Unfolding Canvas: an apartment in Hong Kong that’s all about attitude towards designing, it’s about redirecting the conversation from storage to lifestyle.
OFGA an interior & branding design company that is taking a conscious shift away from a design strategy driven by compartmentalisation, instead of focusing on achieving a continuity of material & space, without sacrificing privacy and comfort.
This design company approaches privacy in terms of adjacency, specifically relative privacy. The main focus is not how they choose to open plan, but how they open the plan.
This allowed them to condense absolute privacy to a minimal footprint, freeing up the rest of the space to interpretation. The result is spaces that open onto one another, like an unfolding canvas, or in Colin Rowe’s words, “phenomenal transparency”.
They divided the apartment in two unified zones—a living area that includes the kitchen and another one with the bedroom area that also comprises the bathroom—flowing each other according to function, and crucially without any further spatial fragmentation.
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