The Namad family’s three-bedroom flat in Kam Tin. Stylist: Flavia Markovits. Photography: John Butlin. Photo assistant: Timothy Tsang

Architect’s space-saving design for family’s Hong Kong apartment hides cupboards, drawers, even the kitchen pantry

  • A bed, a nightstand, a desk and lights that pull out when needed, storage hidden under beds and behind the TV – 860 sq ft flat in Kam Tin makes most of its space with minimalist design
  • Couple with a young son wanted a place they could customise
Topic |   Hong Kong interior design

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The Namad family’s three-bedroom flat in Kam Tin. Stylist: Flavia Markovits. Photography: John Butlin. Photo assistant: Timothy Tsang
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Christopher DeWolf

Christopher DeWolf

Christopher Dewolf writes about urbanism, architecture and design – along with beer and other delicious beverages