The design of The BEACON drew inspirations from the city’ s post-war structures and sets an excellent example of contemporary interpretation of traditional architecture. 

In the early post-war years, it was common to create illegal iron balconies for residential units in Mongkok, a hyperdense neighbourhood in Hong Kong, to acquire maximum view. Our appointed Project designer director reinterpreted these structures in a modern way, using irregular protrusions to create unobstructed views for each guest room.