This 260 square meter unit was originally a 4-bedroom apartment, set within a 12-storey residential tower built in the 1960s flanked on one end by the waters of Deep Water Bay, and on the other by lush verdant mountainous beauty.
The original apartment had compromised spaces that limited the apartment’s beautiful views to bedrooms only, and Brewin Design Office reconfigured the layout to leverage the panorama for the enjoyment of all guests who enter. To further foster inclusiveness and family bonding, the notion of “shared spaces” is celebrated in the interior by creating a sense of fluidity and openness between rooms.
This apartment has been fully customised and designed. Every single piece of joinery work was pre-fabricated in a foreign master joiner’s factory, accounting for every millimeter and slate of veneer sample or end grain of timber. A reduced palette of material focuses on American White-Oak and Figured Sycamore timber – A light colored palette accentuated by a subtle and fine ivory wall stucco, all of which is contrasted by a deep maroon African Ebony timber floor. Every piece of timber furniture is unique and designed only for this residence.