STYLUS STUDIO (Hong Kong) is Asia’s most respected interior architecture practice for meaningful and enduring design solutions. We specialize in hospitality, commercial, cultural, and residential projects. Our firm and founders have earned many honors including iF Design awards, A’Deisgn awards, HA+D awards, DrivenxDesign, Perspectives 40 under 40 Interior Design Awards, and are certified BEAM Professionals. In the past year, we’ve worked with companies including but not limited to – Marriott International, Westin Hotels, Kerry Properties, St. Regis Hotels, Kempinski Hotels, Sheraton, and Hilton Hotels & Resorts, Hong Kong Jocky Club to help them make their brand more visible and enhance the human experience in the space.
The Art of Living in the Mountains
In a concrete jungle that never sleeps, some people prefer living by the hills. Located in one of the tallest buildings in Hong Kong with a foundation of 300 meters above sea level, this South side project enjoys panoramic and tranquil views of the nearby country parks.
Owner of the apartment is a property developer who wants something different from traditional luxurious or avant-garde style. The young couple envisions the 200-square-meter home a reflection of their lifestyle and hospitality. STYLUS STUDIO leverages a modern approach to bring the couple’s vision to life: natural materials, modernised mid-century furniture, black and white checkerboard tiles.
In the living room, a striking art collection evokes vivid memories of the couple. Music and art are their companion, and inspiration of endless conversations.
The female owner is known for her cooking as well as academic excellence. While family and friends are enjoying her east-meet-west home cooking in the enlarged, exquisite open kitchen, her partner showcases his unique bartending skills. Fine wine, gourmet food and laughter all mixed together like a classic cocktail.
The green Maistri kitchen cabinet from Italy takes inspiration from the majestic mountain view outside. While a Sub-Zero fridge, a Wolf oven and an Apparatus wall sconce from New York in the Victorian style kitchen form as a backdrop for the lady of the house to shine and showcase her cooking skills
Our designer handpicked a set of armchairs from a restaurant for the owner. These Sergio Rodrigues’ “Oscar” armchairs were originally designed in 1956 for the Sao Paulo Jockey Club. Sixty-six years on, they continue to be a unique symbol in modern furniture history. And now they have found a new home here.
The bench between shoe cabinets is the perfect place for picking a pair of favourite shoes and enjoying a sneak peek at the kitchen.
The British style guest bathroom features a copper basin handcrafted by one of Hong Kong’s last copperware shops Luk Bing Kee, yet another intriguing example of east meets west in this residence.
Beyond the buzz, the comfortable and cosy master bedroom brings a sense of tranquillity. Far from the chattering crowd in Central skyscrapers, enjoying a peace of mind is what really matters in this relaxing home.
An elegant, stylish master bathroom featuring Dornbracht sanitaryware from Germany paired with a custom-made basin.
Paying Tribute to Nature
Balancing Colonial & Mid-century Elements
Splendid mountain, refreshing breeze, energetic mind. An interior design that is flexible and comfortable enough to bring a new home to life while providing lavish space for rest. We appreciate the importance of home. Inspired by the surrounding of this exquisite apartment, we pay tribute to nature and strike a balance between colonial and mid-century touches.