Interior designer Keith Chan Shing-hin blended Japanese design, Scandinavian furniture and Hong Kong spirit into a couple’s first home, a penthouse in Sham Shui Po, Kowloon. Styling: Stephanie Ip. Photo: Keith Chan Interior designer Keith Chan Shing-hin blended Japanese design, Scandinavian furniture and Hong Kong spirit into a couple’s first home, a penthouse in Sham Shui Po, Kowloon. Styling: Stephanie Ip. Photo: Keith Chan
Interior designer Keith Chan Shing-hin blended Japanese design, Scandinavian furniture and Hong Kong spirit into a couple’s first home, a penthouse in Sham Shui Po, Kowloon. Styling: Stephanie Ip. Photo: Keith Chan

Penthouse fuses Japanese design, Scandinavian furniture and Hong Kong spirit

  • Keith Chan of interior design company Hintegro turned a poky high-floor apartment in urban Kowloon into an understated yet finely detailed contemporary home
  • Before work began, the owners gave Chan a 27-page PowerPoint presentation that included floor plans, mood boards, design goals and their requirements

Topic |   Architecture and design
Interior designer Keith Chan Shing-hin blended Japanese design, Scandinavian furniture and Hong Kong spirit into a couple’s first home, a penthouse in Sham Shui Po, Kowloon. Styling: Stephanie Ip. Photo: Keith Chan Interior designer Keith Chan Shing-hin blended Japanese design, Scandinavian furniture and Hong Kong spirit into a couple’s first home, a penthouse in Sham Shui Po, Kowloon. Styling: Stephanie Ip. Photo: Keith Chan
Interior designer Keith Chan Shing-hin blended Japanese design, Scandinavian furniture and Hong Kong spirit into a couple’s first home, a penthouse in Sham Shui Po, Kowloon. Styling: Stephanie Ip. Photo: Keith Chan
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