We came across a residence constructed of several inspiring details and we thought we would share it to know what you think. Imagined by multidisciplinary designer Geoff Tsui, the residence at No 30 Razor Park occupies a space summing up to 1220 square feet and its positive vibe and openness between spaces and exterior could be given as a positive example. The designer says he had to rethink the layout of the new house, so the old construction was replaced with a modern one in order to fully utilize the existing space and offer a larger set of living spaces that you find in typical Hong Kong homes.

The kitchen, dining zone and living space are all gathered under the ceiling of a light-flooded room leading to an outdoor glass-covered terrace with a dining space and continuing downstairs to an outdoor space shared between the comfy lounge zone and practical laundry space. This space was elegantly “imprisoned” by glass railings to allow natural light reach the interiors. A green curtain was used to provide privacy and pebbles were lined up on the roof terrace, reminding inhabitants of much needed natural insertions in a crowded urban zone. How do you find this residential space?