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“Design our home to be clean and tidy” was the only instruction given by our client for the 1,100 square foot renovation of their Hong Kong apartment.

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With storage at a premium in Hong Kong, much of the family’s apartment was devoted to a heterogenous collection of storage furniture: wardrobes, chests, bookcases, and boxes.

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The Storage T consolidates all of the household’s items within a single storage system that is one with walls and doorways.

Storage becomes the architecture of the home.

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The Storage T both unites and divides the apartment through a series of thresholds that mark the entrance to each of the three bedrooms in the apartment.

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The Storage T cabinets both organize and conceal the contents of each room.

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Keeping the space “clean and tidy,” the Storage T can hold extra pillows and pillowcases, stools for large family gatherings during Chinese New Year, as well as books and paperwork.

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There is room for both the everyday clothing items as well as extra umbrellas to see off all of the family’s dinner guests on a rainy evening.

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