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Airplane Efficiency for a Minimalist Hong Kong Flat

Blog by Brad Herman | March 21st, 2013

Hong Kong architect Clifton Leung didn’t have much space to work with when designing this 1,000-square-foot flat with his architect wife, Lisa. But taking cues from airplane galley kitchens and a minimalist mentality, they made their tight space feel like a spacious home by adding smart storage, knocking down all the walls and adding 10 sliding doors that can transform the now-open space into a variety of intimate areas.