A brand new 3-room flat in Tseung Kwan O owned by a professional. While implementing our ideas, the interior was designed to correspond with fungshui. The living room features a long TV cabinet extending to the dining room as a long bench, and effectively co-opting the concrete wall, a natural wood dining table and metallic lights into its design. The master bedroom is a neat trick, with a large L-shaped wardrobe with hydraulic bed and bedside drawers. The home is designed to be natural and relaxed, and to uplift the quality of life of the owner.
A young professional couple have this 2-bedroom flat renovated to welcome their new baby. A white and natural wood tone is implemented in the design. Furniture is designed in block shape with round corners to deliver a puzzle effect and to provide sufficient storage. All materials are carefully selected for the new born.
This is a very quick turnaround site office for Chun Wo Development in Wanchai. Key words here: functionality and simplicity. Started from scratch, the project was completed in 20 days from design to finish.
A 1,700 sq ft apartment project in ZhongShan. Everything started from scratch with no water pipes or electricity foundation. It is a 3-room 2-toilet apartment with an L-shaped balcony, 1 kitchen. Industrial and natural elements have been injected into this project to create a nice harmony and natural feeling home for a retired family.
A 768 ft flat with roof top interior project. Everything started from scratch, from flooring and wall demolishing, to furniture and lighting. A 3-room + 2-toilet apartment changed to a 2-room + 1 toilet + 1 walk-in closet design. With the release of a room area, the living room expanded dramatically and the expanded area becomes an art and mini garden corner for relaxation, wine tasting and a home office. All furniture, lighting and original art pieces were carefully created and selected.
A very pleasant area of Shatin, the apartment has a 1,100 ft carpet area. Natural green colour and wood theme, with great simplicity and beautiful art elements. The original developer’s flooring, kitchen and toilets were kept as they were. Decoration, picture frames, dining table, benches, lighting and other furniture were carefully selected to maintain the natural tone and the art and crafts atmosphere.