Designed by Nelson Chow of Hong Kong design firm NCDA according to the Japanese principles of wabi-sabi, this 1,700 sq ft Mid-Levels flat evokes feelings of peace and tranquillity. Photography: Harold de Puymorin Designed by Nelson Chow of Hong Kong design firm NCDA according to the Japanese principles of wabi-sabi, this 1,700 sq ft Mid-Levels flat evokes feelings of peace and tranquillity. Photography: Harold de Puymorin
Designed by Nelson Chow of Hong Kong design firm NCDA according to the Japanese principles of wabi-sabi, this 1,700 sq ft Mid-Levels flat evokes feelings of peace and tranquillity. Photography: Harold de Puymorin

A Hong Kong home with more living areas than bedrooms, inspired by the Japanese aesthetic of wabi-sabi

A couple’s minimalist Mid-Levels flat, which went from four bedrooms to just one, is a series of sculptural spaces that unfold and captivate at every turn

Topic |   Hong Kong interior design
Designed by Nelson Chow of Hong Kong design firm NCDA according to the Japanese principles of wabi-sabi, this 1,700 sq ft Mid-Levels flat evokes feelings of peace and tranquillity. Photography: Harold de Puymorin Designed by Nelson Chow of Hong Kong design firm NCDA according to the Japanese principles of wabi-sabi, this 1,700 sq ft Mid-Levels flat evokes feelings of peace and tranquillity. Photography: Harold de Puymorin
Designed by Nelson Chow of Hong Kong design firm NCDA according to the Japanese principles of wabi-sabi, this 1,700 sq ft Mid-Levels flat evokes feelings of peace and tranquillity. Photography: Harold de Puymorin
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