Constant Creative Limited ™

Photos: Constant New Office Opening Party

Celebrating our past and welcoming the new.

Photos: Constant New Office Opening Party

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After months of moving and planning, we finally managed to host a celebration for our new Hong Kong headquarter. It was just an office party, but it meant much more for us.

From our original invite:

11 years ago we opened up shop in Sai Ying Pun as the first creative agency to challenge the workspace standards. We had a cute ground floor space used as an office hybrid retail shop. We hosted brand popups, art shows, workshops, and talks that connected local and international creatives.

4 years in the business, outgrew our space, so we packed up and left for a 4,000 sq/ft industrial unit in Wong Chuk Hang, and traded independent new cafes and bars for car repair shops.

For the past 6 years, we really put our heads down; talked less, did more. Honed in on our positioning and craft. Hid ourselves away and even built our own bar in the office so we didn’t need to engage with the outside world. But with the pandemic now over, and years of fine tuning our positioning and processes, we are done hiding.

More so than ever, the Hong Kong creative industries need to step up. We think it’s important for us to re-connect, be as available and transparent as possible, and give a platform to expand our ideas together.

Our new headquarters in the heart of Sheung Wan celebrate our 10 year anniversary as a company. Designed to practice what we preach, and stay closely connected with the creative and design communities.

For this party, we are inviting the ones who have played a part as great clients, collaborators, friends, and even enemies (competitors) who have inspired us over the past 11 years.

Special thanks!

We want to thank everyone for taking the time to come, and especially grateful for old friends who travelled from the other sides of the world to celebrate with us.

Sponsors and partners who supported us for the party:

Quooker – The very first all-in-one water tap in the world, that made sure everyone at our party stay fully hydrated.

YatBui – A thoughtful Hong Kong based wine and spirit retailer that ensured everyone got to drink playfully with their range of smaller brands and artisanal producers.

Set Menu – A new wave food curation collective that set a new catering standard to our party guests by combing set design crafts and local ingredients.

Veark – Our very own kitchenware venture that sponsored all the kitchen and bar tools we needed.

Lastly, a special shoutout to SOHO House Hong Kong for having us for our after party.