Dwellings that belong to creative people are always unique in this or that way, and the apartment we are sharing today is no exception: this is a 70-square-metre apartment in a high-rise block looking out across the city’s Tai Wai area that belongs to two young artists. They addressed to MNB Design Studio to give the apartment an “unfinished” aesthetic style that provides a minimal backdrop for specific sculptural interventions. Materials like untreated plywood and exposed concrete add to the basic yet tactile quality of the spaces.
One of the most eye-catching features is the wall in the main living area the forms the spine of the apartment. It incorporates horizontal wooden strips for use as miniature shelves, and vertical strips that divide up the space and act as door handles. Sliding doors incorporated into the wooden surface open onto a kitchen and storage area concealed behind the central wall. The rest of the living space is open plan, with a lounge at one end and a dining area next to the kitchen.
The dining area is framed by a delicate, house-shaped wooden structure that emphasizes its separation from the rest of the space without introducing unwanted visual obstructions.
In the master bedroom, the bed sits on top of a raised wooden platform that incorporates storage and, along with a built-in wardrobe unit beside the door, helps to maintain a clean, minimal feel in this space. There are aodrable views and almost no decor, so the space looks incredibly peaceful and quiet.
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