Architect Eric Chih and interior designer Kaye Dong turned the site of a rundown nunnery on Hong Kong’s Cheung Chau island into a home with “that old colonial building look”. Photo: Dennis Lo
Architect Eric Chih and interior designer Kaye Dong turned the site of a rundown nunnery on Hong Kong’s Cheung Chau island into a home with “that old colonial building look”. Photo: Dennis Lo

White stucco mansion built on an island in Hong Kong combines heritage patterns with contemporary features and modern art

  • No cars or trucks are allowed on Cheung Chau island, meaning everything for this 5,390 sq ft home was hand-carried to the site or transported on a tiny trolley
  • Original stones from the nunnery that once occupied the site – demolished after falling into terminal disrepair – were used to make the stylish gated entrance

Architect Eric Chih and interior designer Kaye Dong turned the site of a rundown nunnery on Hong Kong’s Cheung Chau island into a home with “that old colonial building look”. Photo: Dennis Lo
Architect Eric Chih and interior designer Kaye Dong turned the site of a rundown nunnery on Hong Kong’s Cheung Chau island into a home with “that old colonial building look”. Photo: Dennis Lo
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