A style-con­scious cou­ple turns to Mill­work In­te­ri­ors to de­sign their home away from home in She­ung Shui

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講求時尚風格的伴侶請來Mill­work In­te­ri­ors設計他們位於上水的家外家

While Bernardo’s wife, a pho­tog­ra­pher, of­ten works in her at-home stu­dio, Bernardo prefers to pur­sue his hob­bies of play­ing the gui­tar and the piano. Of course, the cou­ple also en­joys spend­ing time with their kids out­side or in the fam­ily room, as well as en­ter­tain­ing com­pany. "When you de­sign a house, you’re ac­tu­ally de­sign­ing a way of liv­ing," he ex­plains. "You’re imag­in­ing the type of fam­ily that will in­habit the space, and their val­ues. The ar­chi­tec­ture must re­flect the per­son­al­ity of its in­hab­i­tants, and the in­hab­i­tants must re­flect the ar­chi­tec­ture." What we can learn about Bernardo’s fam­ily by ex­plor­ing their home is that they not only value cre­ativ­ity and nat­u­ral beauty, but also ex­ist­ing in har­mony with each other. //


The am­ple use of glass means that the sur­round­ing green­ery is vis­i­ble from all an­gles – mak­ing for a par­tic­u­larly rest­ful vibe in the master bed­room. 私隱樂園 大量運用玻璃透進四圍綠色環境,是主人房浴 室的一大亮點。

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