This 452 sq ft flat in Sai Ying Pun is a “city transformer”: its sliding wall allows a modest living area to be transformed into multiple spaces. We decided to open up the flat without turning it into a studio and that meant sacrificing one of the two bedrooms. We wanted them to experience different living spaces instead of one big room. This way, you have options, whether you’re cooking, sleeping or having friends over. Flexibility is found elsewhere in the flat. We moved the kitchen, originally squeezed into the far end of the apartment, closer to the middle, creating a semi-open space, which flows into the living area but is separated from the entrance corridor by a floor-to-ceiling cabinet that can be opened from both sides.

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The studio flat features sofa from Indigo, “Rock” lampshade from Diesel Living, dining table from tree, Osaka dining bench from Homeless and dining chairs from Muji.