Located in the prime location of SoHo, PMQ is the landmark of creative industries in Hong Kong, offering the opportunity to meet with an array of young designers as well as appreciate their products and services.

The site was formerly the first Police Married Quarters for married junior police officers. It was left unused since 2000 until its transformation into a creative hub in 2014 with over 100 studios, workshops and outlets featuring lifestyle, fashion and accessories, architecture, product design, furniture etc., thereby creating a new platform and instilling power in Hong Kong’s creative industries.

No.35 Aberdeen Street, Central, Hong Kong


By Keith Lam
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