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Japanese-inspired elevated pied-à-terre: pied-à-terre

In Situ & Partners is an international architecture and interior design studio and its recent project is a high-end pied-à-terre overlooking bustling Hong Kong. The design draws inspiration from Japanese design elements with elevated elegance and minimal aesthetics. Yacine Bensalem, director of In Situ & Partners explains that “the “less is more” approach to Japanese design was our guiding principle for this project.

The team created a space that measures over 2,000 square feet and the apartment evokes a feeling of tranquility once guests enter. The main focus is on the “T” shaped main living space and the traditional tatami tea room. The space is defined by warm wood accents and a touch of cultural contrast with the infusion of European design objects.