Design & Interiors
The four Japanese-inspired floors of this village house in Sai Kung were designed by interior architect Glory Tam for his client – a lawyer looking for ‘solitude, reflection and inner peace’.
The designers of the new recycling centre in Hong Kong’s Wan Chai district explain the innovations and inspiration of their architectural studio’s project.
Architect Benny Lee saw an original drawing from the 1960s pop art design project Archigram as a student and was reminded how architecture can improve people’s lives.
Having taken over the Coloane red house from her late brother, Eileen Stow of Macau’s Lord Stow’s Bakery turned the home into as much of a tourist draw as the treats she sells.
A couple adopted a minimalist approach to styling their high-rise Ho Man Tin flat, paring furniture down to the essentials and not displaying art to make the most of its stunning views of Hong Kong.
Four blue-and-white lamp bases inspired the colour scheme of an apartment on Hong Kong’s Lantau Island whose style can best be described as beach house with an Asian touch.
Apartment in Western district for a couple, toddler and two cats has outdoor spaces at both ends, and design makes the most of the light and air from both. With further expansion possible, it needed to be flexible.
Roast goose restaurant Yung Kee, a landmark of the Hong Kong dining scene for generations, recently reopened following a multimillion-dollar renovation.
Full renovation replaces 2,483 sq ft Southside apartment’s dated decor with a sleek, grey look offset with a bright purple sofa and mood lighting.
Apartment ‘takes those little bits and piece we have in our memories’, designer says of its look, which incorporates rattan, a lot of wood, feng shui screens and splashes of yellow, red and Hong Kong tram green.
Designed in the 1980s by legendary Japanese architect Shiro Kuramata, the Kiyotomo sushi bar, dismantled and transported from Tokyo, is among the most unexpected exhibits at new Hong Kong museum.
The Prince of Wales Hospital in Sha Tin, built to serve nearly 700,000 people in Hong Kong’s New Territories, opened to patients in 1984, seven years after construction work began.
‘It was a family flat and it was always so dark … We wanted something different,’ says Hong Kong apartment owner. The result? A bright, elegant home in Nordic shades of pale.
Author Victoria Finlay traces the fascinating origins of China’s silk industry, from moth larvae to an ancient emperor’s new clothes, in this edited excerpt from her latest book.
A film-industry creative turned to designer Udo Lam to renovate a 530 sq ft flat in Wong Chuk Hang, Southern district. Her favourite room in her new sanctuary is the bathroom inspired by a Japanese hot-spring resort.
A statement marble floor set off with bold furniture and a faux white crocodile leather wall help turn a Hong Kong family of three’s Tseung Kwan O penthouse into ‘the best home they’ve ever had’.
Hong Kong-based Tom Schmidt’s sketches capture something no camera can, showing not just what he sees but how he sees it. Experience them and you’ll think differently about your next holiday.
A Hong Kong couple’s first home, a penthouse with roof in Sham Shui Po, is infused with Hong Kong spirit, incorporates Japanese design elements and is furnished Scandinavian style.
Stylist Flavia Markovits helps a family from Singapore transform their apartment in Mid-Levels on Hong Kong Island – to which they had been too busy to apply the finishing touches amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Marisa Yiu, founding partner of Hong Kong design studio Eskyiu, explains how a book on New York architecture firm Diller + Scofidio taught her to challenge herself.