OneByNine – Invader apartment

Posted on Tue, 26 Jun 2012 by midcenturyjo

In Hong Kong, where space is at a premium, the OnebyNine studio architects took on the challenging brief to help design this 35 square meter apartment. Lukasz Wawrzenczyk and Ewa Koter, originally from Poland but now in Hong Kong, reworked the configuration, removed walls and created a more continuous space for living, sleeping and entertaining. As a quirky linking element, “Space Invaders” mosaics appear in several rooms. A small terrace with tropical plants is a perfect (and welcome) retreat from such a bustling, overcrowded city.

This is just genius. Proof that you can do brilliant work with virtually no space!

Susanne says:

Love the tiles in the bathroom. 🙂

Josefine says:

AMAZING! I want to live there. The interior is just how I like it best. Modern, stringent and a bit cold, but yet still with personality. Wauw!

Cyndie says:

Too bad no photos of the bedroom.

Mariel says:

Genius! That outdoor sitting area is such a luxury in HK!

Mila says:

Is terrace included in 35 square m?

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