Situated in the suburban district of Hong Kong, this 4,600 square-feet house was been designed by Millimeter Interior Design with the owner’s cars in mind. Every aspect of the home focuses on bringing clear visibility to the parking space.
The transparent design of the garage makes this a dream house for the car enthusiastic owner, who can admire his collection in the living room anytime.
More, instead of the ordinary concrete stairs, the designer replaced it with the aesthetic iron staircase, not only reducing the visual disturbance from the beloved cars but also connects to the angle bracket featured living room wall, which adds a sense of vitality alongside the Lamborghini. Extending the minimal feeling, the dining room is illuminated by white two extra-enormous pendant lamps, make the room less dull.
Meanwhile, the master bedroom comprises of a bathroom, study room, and walk-in closet, all opened and spacious. With the serene countryside view, the owner can relax and enjoy the sunset while sitting in the opened study room.
Elsewhere, you will find that the home follows a minimal aesthetic as white walls, glass, concrete and natural wood make up the majority of the interior. On the other end of the spectrum, Schemata Architects reimagined the Japanese capsule hotel by focusing on details in all the small places.
all images courtesy of Millimeter Interior Design