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Grande Interior Design transforms apartment in Tai Po

by Sophie Cullen on Mar 18, 2016 in Interiors
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Hong Kong-based firm Grande Interior Design has recently reshaped the interiors of an apartment in Tai Po Centre

Inspired by the characteristics of the area, the 522 sq-m apartment has been transformed into a contemporary living space. As many older buildings in the city have a large usable inside area, it was easy for the practice to relocate walls in order to brighten up the interior.

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Almost all of the original walls and wooden partitions in the living room and kitchen were removed to create a much larger living area. As the owner is a keen cook, an open kitchen with a bar table was included in the design. The space also doubles as an area to entertain when the owner wants to hold dinner parties.

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An enlarged master bedroom was achieved by combining two small rooms, creating a spacious atmosphere. It includes large windows which are the main source of natural light in the apartment.

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