The Mills, located in Hong Kong's industrial district of Tsuen Wan, was once three separate buildings operating as textile mills🧵🪡, together supplying much of the region's denim during the city's industrial & textile heyday in the 1950s. The three buildings have been transformed into a single coherent complex (to honour the textile legacy of the Group and give back to the community), collectively named The Mills & became a popular local cultural destination. There are six large-scale murals specially painted by local artists for The Mills adorn both sides of the entrance.
It also boasts a gallery which includes exhibitions & co-learning programmes, aimed at being an art centre that weaves creative experiences for all. CHAT, the Centre for Heritage, Arts and Textile @mill6chat which flanks a three-storey atrium that floods the former factory floors with natural light. It can be hard to imagine the noise & dust of the old spinning machines that once occupied these spaces, but that’s the point: this is a place that looks forward more than it looks back.