One Space One Space

Everything in its Place

The project is for a relatively compact living space of about 550 sq ft with a roof terrace of the same size. Because the owners have lots of ‘stuff’, but nevertheless wanted a clutter-free home, we came fairly quickly to the design concept of ‘Everything in its Place’. We also challenged the trendy notion that … Continued

A Well-appointed Home for a Growing Family

Our Client purchased this spacious, split-level home in Hong Kong’s prestigious Mid-Levels district as their family with young children grew. Located on a high floor in a beautifully maintained 1974 building, the 3,300 sq ft unit has no structural walls internally, and only one structural column. The brief called for 4 Bedrooms, 3 Baths, an … Continued

Inner Sanctum, Outer Joy

The owner of this 1,400 SF flat travels very frequently and for extended periods. Given this lifestyle, his primary focus was understandably on creating a ‘personal sanctuary’ – a very private place for repose, reading, and ‘shutting off’. However, he also very much enjoys entertaining, and does so for close friends several times per year. … Continued

A Home For Artistic Expression

The brief was shaped by our client’s superb collection of artwork, both vintage and contemporary, a passion for all things ‘travel’ – cars, aircraft and places, and a curiosity that spanned the abstract to the concrete. We were commissioned to design a private residence at Le Bleu Deux to reflect these interests. The principal concept, … Continued