Bibo StreetArt Restaurant in Hong-Kong


I am excited to share this source of inspiration and vision.
On my way to Amsterdam I always make sure I read all blogs I follow as much as I can.
Then, findings like this Bibo restaurant exhibiting Arty eclectic and collaborative work from fine arts, graffiti artists such as Banksy, makes it worthwhile.
Bibo made it possible for these artists’ expression to be seen while guests enjoy delicious French food in Hong Kong.
Moreover, the project coordinator of Bibo invites street art creatives to be part of this “nouveau” vision. Keep on eye on this blog to find insightful content.

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BIBO restaurant in hong kong furnished with street arta french restaurant in hong kong has been furnished with works of street art from renowned designers – a collaboration between anonymous project coordinator BIBO and creative design agency substance.

inside, installations by invader, JR and mr brainwash are accompanied by hangings from banksy,damien hirst and daniel arsham offering diners a new way to experience art. the space has also become a studio for new work, with creatives from around the world invited to undertake independent projects.

bibo street art restaurant substance hong kong designboom external signage and the view from upper lascar row

occupying a heritage building in on hollywood road, the space embodies a 1930s parisian saloon with luxurious marble floors and elegant light fittings.

in order to connect french cuisine with contemporary street art, a new history for the building was created: the abandoned regional headquarters of the fictional ‘compagnie générale française de tramways’ (CGFT).

bibo street art restaurant substance hong kong designboom the bar is crafted from layers…

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Claudia Falcão

I like to say that I am passionate about meeting and talking to people no matter their background. After all, in this era of blooming of technologies and social networking, we are all humans.

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