Conceived as a stylish two-fold dining experience, overlooking Hong Kong’s waterfront, Hung Tong and Red Sugar Bar are the latest creations of architect André Fu and his studio AFSO. Both bar and restaurant are intended to celebrate the heritage of Hung Hom, once home to Hong Kong’s dockyards; a nostalgic tribute to the city’s former shipbuilding industry.

As part of his vision to bring the city’s past alive, Fu has employed a surprising palette of bold patterns and colours – he has juxtaposed a bold chequered carpet against a hexagonal parquet floor, against a backdrop of 60s metallic door frames.

In keeping with the Hong Kong spirit, an array of bespoke hexagonal rippled glass pendants and vintage-inspired leather chairs have also been introduced to create a luxurious yet comfortable atmosphere that is both classic yet contemporary.