FabCafe Hong Kong is located in a unique, long and narrow terrace house renovated to showcases its original charms like its vaulted ceiling. It sits on the edge of a massive cliff face just on the rim of Hong Kong’s hustling and bustling centre.
To cater to Hong Kong’s often hot and muggy climate with humidity sometimes reaching 100%, FabCafe Hong Kong features an open-floor plan with minimal walls and partitions as well as large windows that can be opened to let the air flow through. The second-floor space also features large open windows, from which the local cliffs and scenery can be admired. Moreover, unique texture and materials are scattered through the space, such as hand-polished stones widely used in Hong Kong, broadleaf trees from Japan’s Hida City, as well as soft walls and fabrics boasting unique and traditional local textures and weaves.
During our "Conversations with Green Changemakers in Japan", we bring along passionate individuals to talk about various topics around ecology and well-being. Vol. 07 will be a webinar- the topic is Edo-era Japanese circular society.