Scandinavian haven set in urban Hong Kong abode

The couple wanted a minimal, clean and timeless look to their apartment, but abundant storage to cater for their growing family. To create a comfortable, dynamic family home, we gutted the apartment, turning part of the room for the open kitchen, along with a kitchen island that sets as the centerpiece of the house.
The kitchen island is large enough to accommodate all manner of gadgets and ingredients, and it is also a preparation counter for family cooking. Along the window bench is the wooden dining table from TREE and Eames chairs from Herman Miller.

Open Kitchen

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“We've worked with the CLDW team twice now and both projects have been great. Clifton came up with a design that nobody in the building had thought of before which maximises the space and storage. The finish is lovely and feels homely.”
Isabel
Cherry Crest

At the heart of Scandinavian design is the family, hence having features that encouraging bonding is key to creating such a style at home.