Many urban centers around the world are becoming highly populated with the influx of great talent and creative energy, causing a great concern for space. Hong Kong is one such city, where there are some of the highest per square foot rates in the world. Industrial conversions have been a popular solution for the dwellers of this bustling city, a great example for this small Art Loft Chai Wan by Mass Operations.
This newly converted apartment studio accommodates the large art and book collection of Chai Wan’s residency, with ample space for guests. A concrete wall division that separates the home into two compartments leaves a partial gap at the top to allow for a slight flow of the natural lighting and energy in the home. Various elements such as curtains and sliding partitions with multi-functionality make this studio larger than its actual 1000 sqft – 3000 sqft dimensions.
Original post and photos from Architizer.10140