Curves lead the aesthetic direction of this Tin Hau flat, designed by Johnny Wong of FAK3. Photography: John Butlin. Photo assistant: Timothy Tsang. Styling: Flavia MarkovitsCurves lead the aesthetic direction of this Tin Hau flat, designed by Johnny Wong of FAK3. Photography: John Butlin. Photo assistant: Timothy Tsang. Styling: Flavia Markovits
Curves lead the aesthetic direction of this Tin Hau flat, designed by Johnny Wong of FAK3. Photography: John Butlin. Photo assistant: Timothy Tsang. Styling: Flavia Markovits

A Hong Kong couple’s second home in the city, ideal for entertaining

Most of the 2,000 sq ft Tin Hau flat is given over to a large open-plan living, focused around a hi-tech rotating cabinet and an ice bucket table

Topic |   Hong Kong interior design
Curves lead the aesthetic direction of this Tin Hau flat, designed by Johnny Wong of FAK3. Photography: John Butlin. Photo assistant: Timothy Tsang. Styling: Flavia MarkovitsCurves lead the aesthetic direction of this Tin Hau flat, designed by Johnny Wong of FAK3. Photography: John Butlin. Photo assistant: Timothy Tsang. Styling: Flavia Markovits
Curves lead the aesthetic direction of this Tin Hau flat, designed by Johnny Wong of FAK3. Photography: John Butlin. Photo assistant: Timothy Tsang. Styling: Flavia Markovits
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