The trend of contemporary Asian simplicity, which is picking up speed lately, allows confined dwellings to be turned into bright, flexible spaces where the functionality meets unique light design. Cleverer arrangement for a small space: wooden paneling and bespoke furniture and fittings; elegant simplicity and fresh, clear emanation – that is the newest project of JAAK interior studio located in Hong Kong.
The architects had turned the 33 square meters space into a modern and flexible open plan living premise, where bespoke wooden paneling, hidden compartment and storage spaces, elegant furniture and light materials palette makes the life of the family comfortable and stylish.
Large windows with cozy and inviting sitting additions illuminate the area. The open plan of the apartment features elegantly finished living quarters and working space. Behind the working, the desk is the bedroom, that can be accessed by two steps, hidden behind units of built-in furniture, technical devices are also hidden behind the built-in furniture, a clever space-saving solution and clear aesthetics.
The gap between the bed and the table is equipped with curtains to ensure isolation during work and sleep. The kitchen features a luxurious marble cladding and functional emanation. Abstract graphic art pieces and trendy lamps adorn the design composition. The abundance of light materials and colors, the organic presence of the wood and the stone- imitating floor tiles, ensures the fresh and inviting atmosphere of the place. Don’t you just love the modern Asian design and its clever and fresh spirit?