House and Cottage

House with Ferrari: how to make a car part of the interior

Leaving the car in the parking lot or in the yard at night,each of us in the depths of our souls worries about our iron horse. The owner of this car went much further and put it in his living room! For many, luxury is luxury cars, branded watches and private helicopters, but in Hong Kong, luxury is space. It is sorely lacking; Chinese designers need to figure out how, despite the small area of ​​the house, to make it as spacious and comfortable as possible. Millimeter Interior Design has created a stunning minimalist home with Asian influences. Equipped with the latest technology, it is located in the scenic Sai Kung District in the southeast of the city. And its innovative feature is the internal garage with glass walls and partitions, which are used in the concept of the entire dwelling. There is a sporty red Ferrari, giving the interior the extravagance and sophistication of a true collector's house. The creation of such a structure required a lotefforts to redevelop the building. But the result was worth it. On the first level, there is a studio that includes a living and dining area. A narrow kitchen, located below the level of the floor covering, may seem too small, but thanks to the fact that every detail is thoroughly thought out, it has turned out to be multifunctional and comfortable. An elevator table hidden in the floor is also interesting, ready to rise to the desired height at any moment so that you can eat at it. The entire residence consists of 3 levels and an internalcourtyard with a small pool. We have already met the first, let's move on to the second. There are 4 bedrooms with bathrooms (2 of which are guest), as well as a common room with a spacious sofa and a coffee table. Large panoramic windows throughout the house provide excellent natural light. The graceful staircase fits very subtly into the overall picture and connects all floors. On the third level there is a spacious bedroomOwner, his bathroom, a dressing room, a private office and a small terrace with a magical view of the beauty of Hong Kong. It is impossible to pass by the ultramodern simulator from a hydrocarbon, which also beckons to stretch the bones. In general, the interior in gray-white colors turned out stylish, comfortable, and most importantly, very spacious, despite the limitations in space.

How to make the most of available space.

  • Prefer open planning: with the disappearance of partitions, a lot of useful space is saved.
  • Multifunctional furniture and built-in appliances are indispensable helpers in the struggle for additional square meters.
  • Leave the door only where you can not do without them, so they do not eat up space.
  • Part of the partitions make glass: so the room visually will seem more spacious.
  • If you have a Ferrari, Lamborghini and their ilk, find their place in the house - it will be cool.