Emma Maxwell 12,000 Francs Restaurant and Bar
12,000 Francs Restaurant and Bar is Silver Design Award winner in 2016 - 2017 Hospitality, Recreation, Travel and Tourism Design Award Category.
12,000 Francs Restaurant and Bar

In 1795, Napoleon offered a prize of 12,000 francs to whoever could invent a way to preserve food for his army, this provided the inspiration for this restaurant in Hong Kong. 12,000 Francs boasts an elegant exterior decorated with geometric tiles. As guests walk through the threshold, stylish interiors exude a seductive and evocative other world atmosphere distinctive from the chaotic and bustling neon lit streets steps away. Napoleonic inspiration weave their way through out the design.

12,000 Francs Restaurant and Bar
Emma Maxwell 12,000 Francs
Emma Maxwell Restaurant and Bar
Emma Maxwell design
Emma Maxwell design
Emma Maxwell Desgin

Emma Maxwell was born in Melbourne, Australia. After studying sculpture at the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology. Maxwell set up her own studio practice in the year 2005 in Sydney. In 2008 she moved to Singapore and dedicated herself fully to Interior Design Projects. Today she is one of the most acclaimed Restaurant designers internationally. Maxwell’s esteem and knowledge of artisan skills and her inherent creativity has allowed her to push the boundaries of many mediums and functions, resulting in interiors for very diverse clients. Her concern for the conservation of craft skills has joined her path with high-end traditional companies concerned with the evolution of their work. Maxwells Restaurants have been recognized in publications such as Interior Design, Frame, Wallpaper, Surface, Belle, Travel and Leisure to name a few. Her breadth of work has ranged from local small tapas bars to large scale international hospitality projects.