LAAB | K11 Musea – Bohemian Garden
Hong Kong architects, artists, interior designers, and makers led by Yip Chun Hang and Otto Ng. Our studio designs public space, public art, architecture, and interiors. Our work has been recognized by international awards including Japan Good Design Award Best 100.
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About This Project

 

Bohemian Garden

Bohemian Garden is the roof-top open space of K11 Musea designed for family and kids.   Bohemian Garden features landscape design by James Corner Field Operation, architecture design by LAAB Architects, along with lighting design by Speirs+Major and playground design by Monstrum.

 

Bohemian Arches

Connecting Level 5 to the rooftop Bohemian Garden, the Bohemian Arches combines an escalator with natural elements to offer a unique transition between indoors and out.  Composed of branch-like columns that weave together into a covered archway, the structure will, as time passes, be taken by ivy, creating a stunning living structure.

 

Bohemian Ovals

Echoing the shape of the Bohemian Garden Lawn, the Bohemian Ovals are twin canopies that hover above the children’s playground and sitting space. To complement their surroundings, the Ovals- like the Arches- will slowly become wrapped in ivy, ultimately becoming a living part of the garden landscape. During summertime, a fine water mist creates a pleasant, cooling environment for visitors underneath the canopy.

 

Bohemian Hexagons (Elephant Ground)

A forest-like canopy covering outdoor restaurants, the Bohemian Hexagons are a meticulously crafted network of asymmetrical geometric shapes that nest together to form a unique honeycomb structure. With its off-center columns and natural overhead landscape, the Hexagons create spaces of various sizes that cater to small gatherings and nurture communal activities. On sunny days, the hexagons provide shade for visitors. When it rains, water flows through the columns to be funneled downwards and drained away.