Scandinavian haven set in urban Hong Kong abode

Unadorned pale wood is the central feature of the 1,200 sq ft, one-bedroom Mid-Levels flat, with wide-plank flooring and laminated wood cabinets in the living area that seamlessly wrap around curved corners and through into the bedroom. Recessed at the bottom to create a “floating” effect, the cabinets have a horizontal grain, adding to a sense of flow, and house a collection of trophies won by the owners.
The minimalist Zen-inspired backdrop, a nod to the owner’s Japanese background, is complemented by quirky Nordic furnishings sweetened with touches of bubblegum pink, including an inviting sofa with rounded corners from Fritz Hansen.

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After many, many other designers showed us plans, CLDW showed us an entirely different floor plan which included moving the hallway. This solved all of our problems and made the apartment fully functional, efficient and classy. A truly inspirational idea!
Yasue & John
Woodland Gardens

“I generally like to use features and seating areas at different heights so you can view the home from different vantage points,” says Clifton “But for this project, we made things especially low for the dog, with steps up to the bed and dog flaps in the internal sliding doors.”