09 Jan 2015 - 9:00 am



London’s Studioilse turns out another excellent study in eclecticism, this time, in Hong Kong. Duddell’s, a restaurant and gallery in the Shanghai Tang Mansion, serves Michelin-starred Cantonese food to a members-only crowd.

Hosting talks and exhibitions, the elite space brims with local art curated by Ai Wei Wei. Ethnic rugs, travertine staircases and mid-century modern chairs evoke the genius loci of George Duddell himself, a Brighton man who became a prominent auctioneer in Macau and Hong Kong in the 1840s.

Duddell’s Hong Kong
Level 3-4, Shanghai Tang Mansion
1 Duddell Street, Central, Hong Kong
For more information, visit duddells.co


Photographed by Robert Holden for Studioilse
Via Yatzer


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