Omos Hong Kong


Omos Hong Kong is a dynamic partnership between Omos Ireland and urban specialists MCV Asia Limited. Together we’re bringing the region a fresh and innovative approach to street and park furniture.

MCV is a Hong Kong company established in 2000. We supply furniture and lighting for outdoor environments. Our business serves landscape designers, architects, urban planners, real estate developers, universities, hospitals and government.

Our discerning customers value original design brands, robust quality, environmentally responsible manufacturing and maintenance-free products.





MCV Asia Ltd
Unit C, 9/F, 
Fou Wah Industrial Building, 
10-16 Pun Shan Street, 
Tsuen Wan, 
New Territories, 
Hong Kong

tel [852] 2189 7068
fax [852] 2189 7065

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Hung Luen Project


The Hung Luen Road Project is a commercial development project by Wheelock Properties, one of the biggest Real Estate developer in Hong Kong and Asia.

These two newly built office buildings are located on Hung Luen Road, next to the Hunghom Promenade which shares the nice water front harbor view of Hong Kong.

The Omos s11.3 litter bins are located by the main entrance of the sustainable green park and walkway to the promenade. This was designed for the general public and those who will work inside these offices to rest, hang around or just sit there to enjoy the harbor view.

For more details click here!


Project Two


Georges Street, Newbridge is at the heart of the busy country town and is located midway along the Main Street running North West between it and Eyre Street. A number of years ago well know artist, Ann Meldon Hugh was commissioned to create a number of sculptures depicting the tradition of trade in the town.

The original plan was to mount this pieces on the building facades but it was later decided that they would gain more prominence if they were displayed in cases along the street. Omos liaised with the council and the artist to arrive at a solution which was both sympathetic to the works of art while meeting the practical needs of the council.



MCV Asia Projects