Blacksheep designs Boujis’ latest Hong Kong venture

In a move said to export the British design style overseas to Hong Kong, Blacksheep designed the Boujis members club, bringing a modern interpretation of traditional British style and heritage to the eastern metropolis. The Boujis members club is set within the Soho district, encapsulating the British design aesthetic by implementing Georgian-inspired decoration and traditional furniture.

The wooden library style club reception area is encased with decorative timber wall panels, complemented by soft lighting. The designers have designed a bespoke wall covering made from wooden cut out graphic lettering of different sizes fused together, creating a mix of alphabet symbols.

Stained deep blue timber paneling on the walls and ceiling lead into the lounge and bar area. Meanwhile, the Georgian pattern featured ceiling further implements the British heritage into the club, modernized with LED lighting inserted in the paneling, which disperses a light neon glow.

The graphic design of a Union Jack glows out from a gold smoked mirror set within the bar, paying homage to the club’s country of origin. The glowing backdrop of the bar also displays a variety of ingredients used to create Boujis’ cocktails.

Deep turquoise banquet seating lines the edges of the room.

The club, leading off the lounge, mixes AV and bespoke HD video screens on the ceiling and walls. A VIP area is set off the end of the bar, away from the crowd, with curved seating and an additional lounge space.

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