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keith chan

Born and raised, with his artistic flair and multidisciplinary know-how in interior, graphic and furniture design honed in and nurtured in Hong Kong, the city’s homegrown interior designer, Keith Shing Hin Chan, opened his own practice in his home city in 2009. The rationale behind Hintegro was simple: Chan believes that design is a media that enables the appreciation of the nature, and interior design, in particular, is a channel through which the user of the space can harness mindfulness, not least through opening the mind and the eyes to the art, materials, light and other atmospheric elements in the space, regardless of its size.

A young and precocious founder of a small-scaled firm of five, who has spent short spells at humanitarian organisations and social enterprises the likes of UNICEF and the Senior Citizen Home Safety Association of Hong Kong, Chan currently divides his time between Hintegro and responsibilities as a visiting lecturer at his alma mater: the School of Design at the Hong Kong Polytechnic University.

In face of the continuous changes of times, Chan adopts an open-minded approach to design and the appreciation of the art: create timeless designs to fulfil ever-changing practical and aesthetic needs on the one hand, while respecting and acknowledging the quintessential Hong Kong cultural elements that are crucial to the birth of the city’s eclectic modern-day design. And it was the industry’s acknowledgement of this fluid and innovative mind-set of Chan’s that the founder of Hintegro was honoured as one of the ’40 Under 40’ in 2015, a prestigious award programme that sheds light on under-40 creative talents from the fields of architecture, art, interior design, and product design.

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+852 3689 4604
info@hintegro.com
+852 3689 4605
unit 2004, block b, new trade plaza, 6 on ping street, shatin