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Hospitality firm Potato Head Hong Kong all set with new retail, dining concepts

PTT Family’s latest international branch set to open in Hong Kong June this year, including creations from Japanese designer Sou Fujimoto

  • Ceiling panels and potted plants within Potato Head Hong Kong

Indonesian hospitality and entertainment group PTT Family, the brains behind Potato Head Folk in Singapore, have joined up with Japanese designer Sou Fujimoto to design their second international branch, set to open this June.

Fujimoto, who is known for creating the 2013 Serpentine Gallery Pavilion, is one of the most sought-after small project commissions in world architecture. He teamed up with the PTT Family creative team to model the interior of their 80,000-square-foot multi-purpose area.

His signature metallic frame structures adorn the space, which features contemporary furniture, mid-century antiques and cultural pieces from Indonesia, such as hand-painted ceiling panels made by the Torajan people of South Sulawesi.

The Hong Kong branch will feature retail and dining concepts, such as their successful Three Buns Restaurant in Singapore and Jakarta and house cultural events for individuals and families. For more information, visit www.pttfamily.com.

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