Longevity Design House (LDH) is a social enterprise operating in Hong Kong, and is established in 2015. It provides interior design solutions and improvements for home occupants who face accessibility issues.
We aim to assist the elderly as well as the physically disabled through the renovation of living spaces, regardless of their financial background, ensuring that they remain safe while having improved accessibility.
LDH also strives to be a one-stop shop for home renovations throughout the process, from the start to the end. As such, we do offer additional services beyond renovation works, such as providing temporary accommodation during renovation works. Other services include, but are not limited to: aiding eligible elderly occupants with government applications, as well as offering occupational therapist support, along with other services.
With an ever increasing amount of ageing communities and care receivers in Hong Kong, we believe that LDH’s social innovations will be able to provide the elderly with the ability to age at home, making Hong Kong a place to age gracefully.
Lawrence is one of the founding partners of Longevity Design House. He is a seasoned PR and social innovations consultant. He has served as PR consultant for Ogilvy and Weber Shandwick before he proceeded to setup the first social enterprise PR agency in Hong Kong. Over the years, he’s gained rich experience and knowledge of corporate communications, news media management, corporate social innovation and social impact measurements. Lawrence currently designs sustainable living places for the retired and supports the development of various social enterprise startups in Hong Kong.
Lawrence graduated from the Hong Kong Baptist University school of Communications with a Bachelors degree in Public Relations and Advertising. He completed the ECSEL Fellowship program in 2011 and has served as a founding member of ‘Education for Good’ and Director of Fullness Social Enterprise Society.