The unit has a square space with two living rooms and three rooms. As the design only required meeting the owner’s needs, therefore, the plan is very flexible. The design team has focused on the concept of smooth and concise, while also created a relax and comfortable atmosphere; through cleverly using of sliding doors, sliding – folding doors, and even the basin counter as segmentation, the whole design has full of functionality and artistic sense.
The owner wished that the design were modern and simple with a hint of luxurious; therefore, the design team suggested a comfy hotel style concept.
當將客廳裏趟門全部打開, 空間大小幾可用倍增來形容;待關上門,則廳房互不干擾, 各有所據。
The size of the living room has been multiplied when all the sliding doors are opened. When all the doors are closed, each room will have their own privacy.
There is a long mirror on the left and a mottled oil painting on the right – given the living room an unexpected and dramatic impression.
The dining room might seem side by side with the entry door, the reason is due to the reflection of the mirror from the shoe cupboard, derived from the illusion of the two.
There is a lot of hidden area built inside the room in order to maximize the use of space.
Marble stone materials are used to add a sense of modern.
At the end of the hallway is the master room’s area; the overall size of the master room is similar to the living room.
The choice of materials for the furniture at the bedroom has matched with the living room.
The original partition wall is removed between the master room and the main bathroom so that the basin counter can also be the vanity.
The bedroom design is simple and elegant, for the main purpose of relaxation.
This project has been interviewed and published by Modern Family magazine, you can read more through the following link:
Celestial Heights (Hong Kong)
Designers: Jackie Che、Jack Ho
Space Plan: 2 Living Rooms with 2 Rooms
*Part of the text is selected from the Modern Family magazine.