Déjà Vu

Project Overview

Inspired by the Henry Jaglom film ‘Déjà Vu’, the story centers on the theme of following your heart and trusting one’s intuition.


“To cheat oneself out of love is the most terrible deception, it is an eternal loss for which there is no reparation, neither in time or eternity.“

The underlying subtext of our story for the Patina residence is about this innate feeling of familiarity, Déjà Vu. It is one of my favorite films about odd coincidences that seem to align with destiny. With this theme in mind, our marketing visuals mirrored scenes staged as memories.

These nostalgic memories are taken from the perspective of the mother remembering when her kids were younger.

These are the moments you will always remember … 蔚盈軒

Trophy case
NY Architects TsAO & McKown designs Patina, situated at 18 Junction Road in the quaint neighbourhood of Kowloon City.

“Illusion is the scent of something real coming close.“  


Starting a family is one of life’s major decision.  It is the beginning of cherished memories to come − from a baby’s first steps to their very first day at school.

The film Déjà Vu is a love story of knowing whole-heartedly this is where you are meant to be.

Without questioning the why, my story for the Patina residence is a reflection of re-connecting the dots of the wonderful moments of ‘I feel I have been here before’.

Cliff & Rinka
Kowloon Tsai Park
Kowloon Tsai Park, Hong Kong

Patina Wellness

Beginning a new chapter of family memories.

Client: Phoenix Property Investors
Services: Set Design, Storytelling, Branding, Lifestyle Photography.
Agency: Four IV
Team: Stylist: Edith Chan ⎢ Set Designer: Sharon While
Models: Rinka Kawata, Cliff Tsang, Carlos Koo, Pikki Tsui

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