Hubert Un’s Mid-Levels flat, which marries his preference for minimalism with his wife’s appreciation of comfort and tradition. Photography: John Butlin. Photo assistant: Timothy Tsang. Styling: Flavia MarkovitsHubert Un’s Mid-Levels flat, which marries his preference for minimalism with his wife’s appreciation of comfort and tradition. Photography: John Butlin. Photo assistant: Timothy Tsang. Styling: Flavia Markovits
Hubert Un’s Mid-Levels flat, which marries his preference for minimalism with his wife’s appreciation of comfort and tradition. Photography: John Butlin. Photo assistant: Timothy Tsang. Styling: Flavia Markovits

For a Hong Kong architect, designing his own home was one of his biggest challenges yet

Hubert Un’s Mid-Levels flat was his toughest commission yet, managing his own preference for minimalism and his wife’s more traditional tastes

Topic |   Hong Kong interior design
Hubert Un’s Mid-Levels flat, which marries his preference for minimalism with his wife’s appreciation of comfort and tradition. Photography: John Butlin. Photo assistant: Timothy Tsang. Styling: Flavia MarkovitsHubert Un’s Mid-Levels flat, which marries his preference for minimalism with his wife’s appreciation of comfort and tradition. Photography: John Butlin. Photo assistant: Timothy Tsang. Styling: Flavia Markovits
Hubert Un’s Mid-Levels flat, which marries his preference for minimalism with his wife’s appreciation of comfort and tradition. Photography: John Butlin. Photo assistant: Timothy Tsang. Styling: Flavia Markovits
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