If there’s one thing to know about housing in Hong Kong, it’s that space is limited. The situation requires attentive space management, and to feel the slightest air of roominess in a modern home seems a great luxury, given the context.
This stunning house is situated in Sai Kung, Hong kong and was built by Millimeter Interior Design with Michael Liu, that was the architect in charge.
One of the biggest problems in houses is that the layout often divides the home into several distinct “boxes” or areas that make it difficult to connect spaces together.
As a result, the house becomes cramped and challenging to use effectively. In order to enhance the visual and ambient augmentation of interior space, the Designer completely remodeled this home seeking to not only optimize, but also harmonize the use of this “new space”.
This house in Hong Kong was reconstructed to enhance the sense of space and ambiance between the floors. Glass and brushed steel are used liberally through the staircase, garage and common areas, giving the home a distinct fluidity no matter one’s location. A cleverly sunken-in kitchen and elevating dining table only add to this smart, elegant design.
So, this house is totally open and have a amazing clean design. The colors are very soft and the glass give the interior a different.
Below, you can see the all images of the house.
So, what do you thing about this house?
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