CARFT is an innovative retailer specialising in beautiful and useful things for the home. CARFT SHATIN is the first concept store located in the largest one-stop home furnishing shopping mall in Hong Kong, HomeSquare.


Three Dogs designed a conscious break from the homeware retailing mold. The store design creates a seductive continuous perimeter the presentation that maximises display and stock storage.


Presenting the products at table height invites browsing and handling by customers. The striking orange color theme is part of the visual identity, in-store communications, and signage programme.

HMV Central

A different approach was adopted for HMV’s second store opening, choosing a color palette of blond wood and extreme repetition of a wall bay design and exposed tube-lighting to create an expansive retail space with a fresh, clean and contemporary character.


An iconic service counter with neon signage is the landmark in this shopping square. Directory signage, visual merchandising tools, and modular furniture is all designed to easily modify setups to adapt to changing needs.

HMV Emporium

This entertainment emporium occupies the three top floors of the Pearl City Mall in Causeway Bay. The building structure is typical for shopping malls of the seventies: low ceilings and deep floor plates with little natural light.


The client brief asked for an extremely short design and construction period, a layout that offered flexibility to adapt to changing needs, a way to bring more light and space to each floor and a raw and ready-made aesthetic.


The solution was the construction of a new atrium, visually connecting the three floors. This was combined with an interior design scheme that left most of the original building structure untouched. It was simply cleaned, sealed and left exposed. Building services were carefully designed so they could be left exposed too and contribute to the aesthetic.


Brick partitions and a couple of design ‘events’ such as signage, cashiers, bars and Dj booths were strategically placed throughout the space to create focal points and guide the visitors. A lighting system was installed to enhance this experience. Level 1 contains music a movie collection, level 2 contains lifestyle and audio products and level 3 a bar, restaurant, and music stage and a small retail area.



A leading furniture and homeware store, INSIDE in Hong Kong since 1997. The store was designed as a blank canvas, with all the display tools needed to support INSIDE’s eclectic and ever-changing selection of homewares.


All stores elements are designed to be flexible, practical, durable, unobtrusive yet supporting the retail identity. Walls are lined with a flexible shelving system with built-in illumination, a variety of shelf types and accessories to support various product ranges. A compact cashier houses all necessary storage and a changing room. With this design, INSIDE is ready for the next 15 years.

Leluxe Teas

Leluxe brings top quality European teas and tea accessories to the China market.

The retail identity is a contemporary interpretation of European tea culture: attractive, sophisticated and accessible to a young audience.

The defining elements are the signature wallpaper and the iconic tea bar and tea wall. A simple but effective shelf system and visual merchandising standard present product in a clear, attractive manner. The same fixture modules can be used to build kiosk, shop-in-shop or stand-alone store setups.