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A Flowing Hong Kong Apartment Mimics the City’s Cascading Hills
A winding form slices through the center of this home to add dimension, privacy, and storage.
Beau Cloud Mansion is a contemporary retreat hidden away in the layered hills of the Mid-Levels in Hong Kong. Inspired by the surrounding topography, design firm Bean Buro honed in on a cascading effect where horizontal forms seamlessly blend one space into another, instilling a serene flow through the space.
Bean Buro sought to maximize natural light and views—a lush panorama is visible from every window—while exploring different spatial approaches for room sizes and storage. The rooms are thoughtfully designed with the scenery in mind—like the bright reading corner with a hanging, window-facing chair.
The palette also draws from the natural surroundings, as seen in the long-plank and herringbone oak flooring, brass finishes, and bespoke timber-and-stone dining table.
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