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André Fu Living [AFL] marks architect André Fu foray into a world of lifestyle offering that goes beyond his spatial creations.

‘It is not about imposing a lifestyle, it is a personal expression of living.’ says Fu.

The brand seeks to celebrate the notion of lifestyle with a multi-category collection, from tableware, bed linens to furniture and decorative lighting. The collection celebrates Fu’s personal life and taps into his exploration of a world that embraces his design language of relaxed luxury.


‘To me, true luxury is in the experience and not just the aesthetics.’

Known for his modernist sensibilities and distinctive ability to bring a calm simplicity to interior spaces, architect André Fu has been the influence behind some of the world’s most luxurious hotels and restaurants.

Fu became known overnight when he first redefined notions of hospitality with his design of the world-renowned Upper House hotel in Hong Kong. His seemingly effortless creations range from a unique furniture collaboration with Louis Vuitton’s Objets Nomades collection to contemporary art galleries in Hong Kong, Tokyo and Shanghai, and major hotels and restaurants around the world for leading brands including Villa La Coste in Provence, The Berkeley London, St Regis Hong Kong, Waldorf Astoria Bangkok, as well as the Hotel The Mitsui Kyoto. In 2021 The Upper House launched its André Fu Suite and Salisterra restaurant, both designed by André, while in Japan the Four Seasons launched Sezanne, also designed by Fu.

Fu’s work has won increasing recognition with numerous awards. In 2016, he was named Designer of the Year for Maison & Objet Asia, and was honoured in Wallpaper*s list of ‘Top 20 Interior Designers’. In 2019, Elle Décor China named André as “Interior Designer of The Year”.

With the establishment of André Fu Living, his vision seeks to translate the brand into different areas of lifestyle – a vision to embrace a genuine expression of ‘lifestyle from within’.


A sensory journey to celebrate the notion of ‘Modern Reflection’.

‘We are living in an era of digital times with constant social media distractions, unlike the generations before us. It is important to be able to step back. This means having time and space to reflect on our personal walk of life. This echoes my strong belief that we need to learn from the past in order to foster creativity. To me, true luxury is in the experience and not just the aesthetic.

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