Metagram is a contemporary architecture and interior design studio based in Hong Kong. We are a cross-sector design studio with successful projects in Retail, Commercial, F&B, and Residential.
REPAK Limited, our original name was founded in 2016. In 2018 as the business evolved our design arm took on the name "Metagram". The name represents our ethos - taking grand ideas, visions, and concepts, and making them reality.
What we believe.
We believe that design should be value-adding.
We believe that in today's multi-disciplinary contexts, designers can act as bridges between disciplines.
We believe that designers are the "qualitative curators" of a project, ensuring the integrity of the idea.
We believe that each project is different and should be catered specifically to the end user.
John Chow - Principal
Based in Hong Kong, John co-founded METAGRAM as Repak Studio in 2016.
Holding a Masters of Architecture and a Registered Australian (NSW) Architect, John brings more than 15 years of architectural design experience working with internationally acclaimed and award winning architectural studios, most recently as an Architect at HASSELL. His expertise includes architecture, interior design, and space planning.
John has designed multiple projects across Asia Pacific;
_Luxury residential architecture and interiors in Australia, China and Malaysia
_A-Grade office and commercial lobby interiors in Australia and China
_Hospitality resort + Hotel architecture and interiors in China
_Commercial office towers, commercial office park architecture and urban design in China
In Hong Kong, John's portfolio includes;
_Luxury residential interiors + residential facade design
_Premium food and beverage establishments
_Boutique office interiors
As an Australian trained architect, John's design capability is holistic; having experience in numerous projects that encompassed the disciplines of architecture, interior design and landscape design together.
John's approach to design is architecturally driven - taking a holistic approach that encompasses multiple architectural elements. As such, John prioritises harmony in his design. Harmony between form, function, material, colour and light.