Tackle two generations of family members expectation by consistency harmony color materials and space planning design
Small apartments have seen a rise in popularity across the world, with many finding it a great solution to rising real estate and living costs. The fact that it helps reduce the overall carbon footprint have also made these houses more attractive, especially Hong Kong overall high-density housing environment. With the growth in these apartments and small flats, many have wondered if it would be a right fit for them, especially as a couple or small family. Hong Kong based interior design firm ENNE answers that by showcasing how a small apartment can be designed to suit multiple end-users to fulfil their different kinds of expectation in living space.
Designed for three family members, a son and elder couples named as Chow’s Residence. Chow’s Residence rests on a space of 540-square-foot, it located high-rise residential building in Mei Foo district of Kowloon in Hong Kong named as Manhattan Hill. As the family members had a fondness for the Japanese design aesthetic, this style was chosen for the apartment. Being a style that prefers functionality and minimalism, it also works well as a choice for the small apartment. A light Oak beige colored wood with matt finish surface was chosen as the primary material for the design as it reflects more light throughout the space, making it appear larger and more open. The shade of Oak beige colored wood along with carefully chosen lighting add a warm feeling to the home and link up with balcony Seaview.
540 Sq. Ft.