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EDITECTURE brings you an EDIT of the world.
EDITECTURE was founded in 2014 by Jacqueline Chak and Genevieve Chew, (an Architect and Accountant respectively). Being passionate creatives and inspired by their vast travels, the studio was founded with the concept of combining the disciplines of Art, Architecture and fashion. Through the founders’ vision, the EDITECTURE team creates spaces and concepts that showcase the artistic beauty of Architecture and Fashion. EDITECTURE is an inter-disciplinary architectural design practice based in Hong Kong and London-based studio, providing services including architecture, interior design, graphic, product design and visual branding. Services from conceptual design to actual construction management, from packaging and crockery, to uniform design- offering a holistic creative design platform.

At EDITECTURE, we combine EDIT + ARCHITECTURE in creating happy design and joyful spatial experience. We edit and transform usual space to push unusual boundaries. We build our details with personal touch and hint through looking into the unique value, texture and layers of materials.
We care about design as well as our built society.



  • 19 Dec 2019 - 15 Mar 2020

  • 10:00 - 22:00


Combining traditional naval architecture and contemporary material methodology, Editecture presents a City Oasis in the middle of the sea for those seeking harmony and peace.

Island Gardenia is an interactive space blossomed from the awareness towards recycling and plastic pollution. It is an up–cycling concept that engages viewers in creative dialogue in beneficial contributions to the environment around them.

The floating city garden can fit up to 5 people and at the center – a flourishing lemon tree blooms fruitful produce.

Not only does this garden utilise salvaged beverage containers to keep buoyant, it is also constructed out of tiles repurposed from locally recycled bottles that have been processed and compressed together using the lowest carbon footprint; raising the awareness about the importance and problem of the usage of plastic bottles. We hope to involve our community together to bring our city one step closer to a better and more sustainable future.

Let’s Bottle in the plastic!