Thierry Chow Yik-tung’s Chai Wan studio, where she works and meditates, is filled with all five feng shui elements. Styling: Flavia Markovitz. Photography: John Butlin. Photography assistant: Timothy Tsang
Thierry Chow Yik-tung’s Chai Wan studio, where she works and meditates, is filled with all five feng shui elements. Styling: Flavia Markovitz. Photography: John Butlin. Photography assistant: Timothy Tsang

A feng shui designer’s light-filled rental studio balances all the elements and is filled with vintage furniture packed with meaning

  • Thierry Chow Yik-tung, daughter of feng shui master Chow Hon-ming, makes sure all five feng shui elements are always on display in her Chai Wan studio
  • A cubicle staircase leading to a mezzanine and office multitasks as a bookcase and canine passageway in a space where she works, creates and meditates

Thierry Chow Yik-tung’s Chai Wan studio, where she works and meditates, is filled with all five feng shui elements. Styling: Flavia Markovitz. Photography: John Butlin. Photography assistant: Timothy Tsang
Thierry Chow Yik-tung’s Chai Wan studio, where she works and meditates, is filled with all five feng shui elements. Styling: Flavia Markovitz. Photography: John Butlin. Photography assistant: Timothy Tsang
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