The Hong Kong Bankers Club is designed to modernize the club’s identity while nodding to its British and Chinese heritage. The new contemporary look mirrors the evolution of the city’s finance industry. The move gave way to reinventing the club with a modern twist on traditional British club culture and Chinese design elements.
The Bar, a space to socialize with other members, is undoubtedly the club’s star attraction. The dramatic backdrop of the glowing bar ensconced in fluted patinated copper. The black Sahara marbled top showcases the award-winning club’s lighting designed by Japanese light designer Koichi Tanaka of LIGHTLINKS. Coves in the ceiling provide illumination and a sleek rhythm to the room. While herringbone parquet floors carved out the lounge area. This creates an enticing atmosphere for sipping cocktails and unwinding on ultra-plush amber-hued velvet and chocolate brown leather chairs. The parquet pattern replicates on the marble floors of The Terrace, a sunlit enclave overlooking bustling Connaught Road, capturing the ambiance of a tropical outdoor terrace with ceiling fans, rattan-backed chairs, timber screens, and lush potted greenery.