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EDITECTURE is a multidisciplinary design studio that works across architecture, interior, product, furniture and graphic design and visual branding. Here, founding partners Jacqueline Chak and Genevieve Chew show The Style Sheet around their happiness-inducing Wong Chuk Hang space. (They’ve got one in London too — drool).

Design duo Jacqueline Chak and Genevieve Chew in their Wong Chuk Hang space. Jacqueline wears a skirt from their fashion brand, EDIT, and Genevieve wears an EDIT dress. Tom Dixon cushion available from Lane Crawford

‘Our goal with this space was to create a multi-use design hub. A lot of our furniture is movable or changeable, so it’s ever-evolving. We often invite different studios here for panel discussions, host things like cooking events, and just generally use it as a space to share ideas,’ Jacqueline tells us. Genevieve adds, ‘We also wanted to create somewhere our colleagues can come every day and feel motivated, rather than just coming into an office with a desk with four walls. It was also important to create a studio that feels calming so our team doesn’t feel stressed, as we work in an industry with a lot of rushed deadlines.’

Left: A Diptyque candle from Harvey Nichols rests on a Lane Crawford x Stoned Crystals Square Trivet in Rose Quartz. Right: The studio’s custom-made table shows a map of Wong Chuk Hang
A brightly painted Carlo Moretti Almor Vase from Lane Crawford Home perches on the studio’s impressive book wall
Left: Designs from the duo’s fashion label EDIT. Right: An embroidery customisation station
The space is peppered with little quotes