Liz Lau Win-wa of design studio LAUD transformed a 2,000 sq ft flat into a timeless home for a couple and their two daughters. Photo: Amanda Kho. Stylist: Kate Jones, At Liberty Liz Lau Win-wa of design studio LAUD transformed a 2,000 sq ft flat into a timeless home for a couple and their two daughters. Photo: Amanda Kho. Stylist: Kate Jones, At Liberty
Liz Lau Win-wa of design studio LAUD transformed a 2,000 sq ft flat into a timeless home for a couple and their two daughters. Photo: Amanda Kho. Stylist: Kate Jones, At Liberty

Family home becomes timeless living space in Hong Kong’s Mid-Levels through use of natural light, hidden storage, bespoke furniture and curved corners

  • Architect Liz Lau Win-wa of design studio LAUD transformed a family’s 2,000 sq ft, three-bedroom, two-bathroom flat into a timeless home
  • The Mid-Levels home on Hong Kong Island has floor-to-ceiling storage, plenty of natural light and decor that acts as a backdrop for the family to personalise

Topic |   Hong Kong interior design
Liz Lau Win-wa of design studio LAUD transformed a 2,000 sq ft flat into a timeless home for a couple and their two daughters. Photo: Amanda Kho. Stylist: Kate Jones, At Liberty Liz Lau Win-wa of design studio LAUD transformed a 2,000 sq ft flat into a timeless home for a couple and their two daughters. Photo: Amanda Kho. Stylist: Kate Jones, At Liberty
Liz Lau Win-wa of design studio LAUD transformed a 2,000 sq ft flat into a timeless home for a couple and their two daughters. Photo: Amanda Kho. Stylist: Kate Jones, At Liberty
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