Features include a laminated low-e IGU glass curtain wall with ceramic fitting and an integrated building maintenance unit (BMU) that includes a gondola system to facilitate the delivery of artworks through the operable facade (approx. 3.5 m by 4 m) on each gallery floor.
The restaurant floors include large exterior balconies or terraces for al fresco dining, with a dramatic roof top bar.
One year prior to completion, major international art businesses David Zwirner Gallery, Pace Gallery, Pearl Lam Galleries, Seoul Auction, Tang Contemporary Art Gallery, Whitestone Gallery and fine dining group Le Comptoir have already confirmed their tenancy.
An architectural icon in itself, H Queen's is designed to be at the center of Hong Kong's art and lifestyle. The development houses non-traditional spaces for exhibition with the interest of promoting the arts as well as expanding the audience for art.
Photo credits: CL3 Architects