Interiors Masters. Steve Leung Design Group (SEHK: 2262) was founded in 1997 by Mr. Steve Leung, an internationally renowned architect, interior and product designer. They are recognized as the World’s No.1 Residential Design Firm by Interior Design Top 100 Giants four times in 2016 – 2020.
Steve Leung Design Group (SEHK: 2262) was founded in 1997 by Mr. Steve Leung, an internationally renowned architect, interior and product designer. They are recognized as the World’s No.1 Residential Design Firm by Interior Design Top 100 Giants four times in 2016 – 2020 and ranked Top 20 in overall global ranking in 2020. With “Design Without Limits” as a corporate philosophy, the Group has 13 brands for diverse and specialized design services.
Different Range of Projects
Steve Leung Design Group’s dual headquarters are located in Hong Kong and Shanghai, with branch offices in Beijing and Guangzhou. Their works are delivered across 100 cities worldwide and they have been credited with over 210 international design and corporate awards. With over 500 devoted designers and professionals, they are one of the largest interior design practices in Asia. In 2018, SLD Group is listed on the Mainboard of the Hong Kong Stock Exchange.
Their architectural and interior design projects range from property show flats, luxury private residences, sales offices, clubhouses, hotels, serviced apartments, restaurants, and bars, retails, shopping malls, offices, homes for the aged, schools, medical and healthcare, etc. They also collaborate with international brands for product designs including furniture, bathrooms, kitchens, lighting, home accessories, and furnishing, etc.
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Steve Leung Design Group had completed a variety of well-known and award-winning projects include overseas projects such as Yuan at Atlantis The Palm in Dubai, The Eight at Grand Lisboa Hotel in Macau and The Orchard Residence in Singapore; One Park Shanghai, One Shenzhen Bay, Nanjing Mandarin Palace, Tang Island, and Bay of Modern Art Xiamen in mainland China; and Hong Kong projects such as Yoo Residence II, The Hampton, Novotel Citygate Hong Kong Hotel, MX and Mango Tree at Elements.