An apartment in Ho Man Tin, Hong Kong, redesigned with a tranquil colour palette and minimal style, ensures the view outside, not the furniture inside, is the focus. Photo: Albert Poon
An apartment in Ho Man Tin, Hong Kong, redesigned with a tranquil colour palette and minimal style, ensures the view outside, not the furniture inside, is the focus. Photo: Albert Poon

A couple’s minimalist apartment pares down furniture to the bare essentials to emphasise its stunning views of Hong Kong

  • ‘This place forces us to live minimally,’ says Carina Ngai of Ho Man Tin flat whose styling avoids distracting from its views of Kowloon and Victoria Harbour
  • A redesign opened up the apartment and a calming colour palette imbues it with tranquillity. A Japanese onsen inspired the bathroom’s cave-like feel

Topic |   Architecture and design
An apartment in Ho Man Tin, Hong Kong, redesigned with a tranquil colour palette and minimal style, ensures the view outside, not the furniture inside, is the focus. Photo: Albert Poon
An apartment in Ho Man Tin, Hong Kong, redesigned with a tranquil colour palette and minimal style, ensures the view outside, not the furniture inside, is the focus. Photo: Albert Poon
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