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.


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.


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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