We've been watching Hong Kong-based architect Andre Fu closely over the last few years, as he completes one high profile Asian commission after another. With major hotels like Singapore's Fullerton Bay and Hong Kong's The Upper House under his belt, plus a string of restaurants including Azure and OPIA, he's become the go-to guy for hospitality spaces on the continent.

A Bespoke Journey, launched this week in the lofty surrounds of another his projects - Ben Brown Fine Arts gallery in Hong Kong - brings all these projects together in a series of beautiful photographs and sketches, documenting how he has rethought the Asian design dialogue and executed it with exacting standards. The photographs were also hung in the gallery to arresting affect, alongside works by Miquel Barceló and Yves Klein.