The Kitin Chinese restaurant
Our lighting design team created a seamless lighting scheme which realised The Kitin’s vision of sophisticated grace and an elevated dining experience.
Located within ICC, the tallest skyscraper in Hong Kong, The Kitin delivers a luxurious Chinese dining experience. Cundall’s Lighting team was appointed to provide seamless integration of the lighting scheme with the interior design. The dining space was inspired by dignified bridge structures and connections, to provide a sense of cultivated opulence and a refined dining experience for guests.
Our lighting design team focused on creating a dramatic atmosphere and delivering an uplifting dining experience to guests by highlighting the bespoke fitout design and rich finishes within the venue. We integrated a decorative wall lamp and formed a light tunnel, casting discreet illumination on the grand entrance foyer. To accentuate the ombré wallpaper and its visual contrast to the geometric lines, a soft and warm lighting scheme was chosen to create a welcoming atmosphere.
The lighting design scheme is discreetly integrated with dazzling decorative fixtures and ornate interior design. Our lighting design approach also focused on subtly highlighting the curated design and materials utilised in the space. This is achieved through minimalist architectural lighting that responds to sophisticated decorative lighting, creating a cohesive and harmonious look.
With an average ceiling height of 3.3 to 3.5 meters, our design team has chosen 35mm diameter trimness downlights as the main light source to compose the lighting layers of the space.
The design delicately selected the lamp sources of the ornamental lighting fixture and considered how the design could create a sense of depth and dimension inside the room.
The lighting design both enhanced the space's natural light during the day and created a dynamic indoor environment at night.
Our lighting design highlights aesthetic flourishes that imbue Kitin with identity, successfully creating a harmonious atmosphere and elevated sensorial environment.