Interior small apartment in Hong Kong
• The interior of a small apartment in Hong Kong
Interior Studio JAAK made a reconstruction of apartments of 33 square meters with two bedrooms in Hong Kong, China, transforming it into an open-plan space.
For new tenants, childless couples, it was not necessary in the second bedroom, customers want to get a modern, bright and flexible living space. This corresponds to the outlined in the Hong Kong property market trend of increasing demand for housing for married couples without children, which, accordingly, should have other planning solutions than traditional Chinese house, designed for a large family, and is divided into several closed rooms.
First of all, the architects removed the existing partitions in the apartment, typical Chinese houses, to create a flexible, open-plan living area.
Wide sills large windows have been fitted with seating position; along one side of the apartment stretches engava - like corridor space, increases the amount of natural light from the windows, and referring to the traditions of Japanese architecture. Functional units in the home are created because of a custom-made furniture, the only completely closed space - a bathroom which is hidden behind a secret door.
Behind the desktop there is a bedroom in it can be accessed in two steps, to hide behind the units built-in furniture. Aperture between the bed and the table is equipped with curtains to ensure isolation at work and sleep.
Storage space included in the custom elements such as space-saving solution. A number of lockers located above the bath, while the bed is raised on a platform to create storage below.
To avoid cluttering up the small apartment, technical devices are also hidden behind the built-in furniture. Clean interior aesthetics is reflected in the choice of abstract graphics, developed on the basis of four films about the universe firm partners.