Residential ArchitectureSmall apartmentsHong Kong Cramped Flat Converted in a Eco High Tech Rooftop Retreat

Hong Kong Cramped Flat Converted in a Eco High Tech Rooftop Retreat

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Liquid Interiors take an old and cramped 400 square foot apartment on Hollywood Road in Central, Hong Kong and turn it into a luxuriously chic haven with a strong focus on eco high tech features ultimately creating a healthier living environment. Photos by Photographolic Studio

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