This is a 660 sq. ft. modern student apartment at Campus Hong Kong.
Inside you’ll find a common living area, kitchen, bathroom, and four loft beds with desks below.
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660 Sq. Ft. Modern Student Apartment in Hong Kong
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Ooh, teh view! Aah, teh red red fridge!
Room for 4 students, and everybody has a private sleeping space and private workspace too. Kitchen and bath privileges must have to get the rock/paper/scissors treatment, but with different schedules, it might not be so bad. Really comfy and eclectic – well planned!
(Surely the refrigerator isn’t THAT deep – it’s a function of the funky camera work, right?)
This is a really different and unique space and I really like it a lot. I love the beds with the curtains. It just reminds me of a cozy, secure place. Well done.
Very creative use of space and beautifully done.
So creative and innovative. Artistically done. Beautiful!
I saved the floor plan to show to my daughter in law. I think this would be a great way for two children to share a bedroom and still have their own space. They could decorate their side their way and mom could do the middle 🙂 Just a thought. Thank you for sharing Alex and God bless you and yours always!
Never knew I NEEDED a red red fridge til Just. This. Minute.
But—-if this is in China–WHY is everything in –um–English???
I like it a lot–the beds remind me of the Dutch Box or Wall beds which I have always had a love for. I lived in an RA apartment in our dorms that prob was about this size but not nearly as well set up; and we had to share 4 to a bathroom which for 4 gurls in the late 70’s—with three of them being total hair divas–was–um–fun. We had an all in one “kitchen” that was one unit–stove; oven; sink and fridge in ONE piece! Actually caught on fire while we lived there.
Ahhhh good times!
Comet – HK was a British Colony for 99 years, and UK handed over HK to China 15 yrs ago. English was official language and very common in HK 15 years ago and with China’s 1 country 2 systems, HK is still a special administration zone for 50 years with border with China. There is no freedom in China while HK still has partial freedom.