1980’s Hong Kong Make Over into a Modern Home Style

The contemporary style to get your muse inspired.

Designer Norman Ung creates a contemporary family home with spacious living areas such as a generous master suite and a dining room that doubles as a guest room for grandma’s visits. The makeover of this Hong Kong Home into a modern home style was presented by a known designer and promises to make the delight of the viewers.

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When architect Norman Ung Wai-Lun, was commissioned to turn a 1980s Mid-Levels apartment into a two-bedroom, two-bathroom contemporary family home, its constraints soon became clear: the five structural walls carving up the apartments.

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The owners wanted a grand master suite, a bedroom for their baby daughter and a guest room for visits from Grandma. They also wanted to preserve the apartment’s big living spaces, create a library wall, with a ladder,  and guarantee the interior was both child-friendly and sophisticated.

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“Our key design approach is that, no matter how big or small the space, we try to squeeze the most out of it, to give it flex­ibility,” Ung says. “Another key element of the design was the wall unit in the living room – they really wanted it to have a ladder, like a library. So we designed it as a set of boxes, some with doors and some open. The whole space is monochrome – black, grey and white – which works well with their exotic pieces. Colour is provided by books, art and soft furnishings.”

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It’s sleek and grown-up with dark wallpaper creating an intimate night-time atmosphere and a dark-wood dining table, which converts to a poker table for a boys’ night makes this home interior project the most delicate ever.

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An exception to the monochrome colour scheme is the huge master suite, its dimensions dictated by more structural walls. Created from two former bedrooms and a bathroom, space was kept as open as possible, with a glass-walled en-suite bathroom and large dressing area, complete with glass-topped island.

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