Welcome to our gallery showcasing this spectacularly modern house in Sai Kung, Hong Kong, by Millimeter Interior Design.
Nestled in the verdant hills of the “Back Garden of Hong Kong”, this 4550 square foot home was completely remodeled, creating a striking, open, and tranquil living space. Millimeter transformed an impractical split- level into a pseudo four-story home, incorporating a garage, large living room, family room, two small bedrooms, two guest rooms with one guest bath, helper room, primary bedroom suite with walk-in closet and den, and an open roof top space with spectacular ocean and garden views into the design.
In reinventing this house, the intention was to optimize and harmonize its use as both a comfortable home and an inviting hub for social functions.
Split-levels are often handicapped by a layout dividing the home into several distinct “boxes” that make connecting spaces difficult. In an effort to enhance the visual and ambient interior space, the designers gutted the original structure, crafting a unifying new space in the process.
Being a cordial host to house parties, the owner wanted to provide ample space for guests. The ground floor stretches from the entrance out to the backyard deck, separating interior and exterior spaces with a large set of foldable glass patio doors.
The kitchen was cleverly extended downward into the foundation, allowing a clutter free design that incorporates all standard essentials. The dining table is similarly retracted in the floor and can be elevated when in use. The most striking feature may be the indoor glass garage design. This injects a unique edge into the raw and modern styled home, and allows the owner to showcase his formidable vehicle.
This practical, ultra-modern home works in perfect harmony with its design to elevate the specific lifestyle of the owner it was designed for. Being one of the more striking homes we have featured, we hope you are as intrigued as we are.
View from back patio: each floor is seen through transparent exterior, a series of immaculate modern boxes wrapped in glass. The open design ground floor features glass garage at far end, and extends directly onto this patio space with pool.
First floor is a large open space with living room, dining area and kitchen… and then there’s the glass garage viewable from much of the home’s interior. It’s a good thing this homeowner owns a ferrari, which is great to look at (if you like a Ferrari).
Angled view shows full breadth of ground level interior: concrete expanse holds minimalist color detail and decor, including ultra-modern sectional with wraparound cushioned flat space. Lowered kitchen seen in background.
Glass wrapped garage sits within interior space, making for striking, unique display of the owner’s Ferrari. Below this sits the kitchen, carved into the floor space.
Close view of ultra-modern kitchen, utilizing novel sunken space, awash in brushed aluminum material.
The home as seen with garage shades and dining table in closed position. Low glass wall separates kitchen space from main body, while steps to the right allow access.
View out over the open space from garage, showcasing seamless flow to outdoor patio and pool area. Retractible shutters can conceal garage.
At the top of the first set of stairs, we have the second floor, awash in light natural wood flooring. Large grey sectional wraps around black rug and wire-frame cubic coffee tables.
Close view of the second floor living room space. Green toned art piece stands above L-shaped sectional highlighted with yellow pillows, while floor to ceiling glass stands at left for expansive view.
View down length of second floor space, with TV and media bar embedded in wall below staircase leading to upper level.
Look back across the open space with light natural hardwood flooring, we see the stairs down to ground level in distance.
Second floor bedroom features light natural wood shelving built into bed frame, embedded ceiling lighting, and immense sliding glass panel opening to balcony.
Top floor contains a full office space, with this unique white slab table sitting on natural wood sawhorses. White and black shelving built into far wall, large sliding glass door to balcony at left, and unique stationary cycle feature in this striking room.
Close view of the ultra-modern stationary bike, standing near saw horse mounted desk and white wood shelving built into concrete exterior wall.
Top floor primary bedroom suite is comprised of singular open space, divided by glass walls. Bedroom itself can be seen through closet and bathroom.
Dark marble floor bathroom contains white pedestal tub and natural wood storage below white twin vanities.
Primary bedroom features expansive views over glass-walled balcony, plus wall-mounted wood shelves flanking the white bed.
Back yard as seen from inside. Red hardwood patio and pool hold equal space, with raised seating area at far end.
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