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The interior design of Lung King Heen at the Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong is modern and sleek, an oasis of understated elegance in a city that tends toward over-the-top opulence. Glass, wood, and metal adorn the room, while textured cloth in deep red covers columns throughout. Deeply varnished wood floors add warmth while silver-leaf ceiling panels shaped like the shells of razor clams shimmer almost like mother-of-pearl. Glass threaded with silk to look like a Chinese landscape painting serves as a partition while letting light through. White linens cover the tables, some of which are set with modern, brown leather chairs while others have wood frames that are more classically Chinese. A striking water feature at the entrance of the Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star restaurant adds some positive feng shui for good measure.
Of course, the feature diners may pay most attention to are the windows, which frame views of the busy Victoria Harbour and Kowloon skyline.