tang tang tang tang

Tang Tang Tang Tang

Say it, and you’ll find yourself subconsciously assigning each Tang to a note. That’s right, because the name itself is titled after the first bar of Beethoven’s Fifth. The way in which one makes an entrance, or the way in which one associates themselves with classical music; those four Tangs might just be what that first comes to mind.

That being exactly what the founder Sir David Tang is looking for in their Wan Chai based store, he welcomes a wide range of products in which a majority of them vibrant in a sharp yellow that is signature to the brand. Smart, young, classy and techy; their products are not only ones that are to be functionally useful, but also are what that helps one shape a distinct type of lifestyle.

All their products stem from relatively oriental inspirations, with all of them always running with a designer’s product edge that is minimal and very suitable for any modern settings. Classified under categories for the bedroom, the bathroom, the living room, the dining room and the wardrobe; we have selected some of our favorite yellow items below.

Spotted by the equally art engaging and appreciative party The Langham; the two artsy labels will be working together, having Tang Tang Tang Tang’s bestselling items be on display at the hotel’s lobby. Perfect as gifts and souvenirs, or just as aesthetics to give tourists a taste of how local designs can take its form; TTTT’s little yellow gems are sure to brighten up also the Kowloon side of things too now.

Tang Tang Tang Tang: 66 Johnston Road, Wan Chai
The Langham: 8 Peking Rd, Tsim Sha Tsui

tang tang tang tang

tang tang tang tang