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  • Stanley Beach House

    Stanley Beach House
    hong kong CHINA

    Set along the coast of Stanley Bay, davidclovers’ Beach House takes the idea of adaptive re-use to new lengths. The project is both a gut renovation of four apartment units and a restoration of the exterior. Re-working the edges, top and underbelly of the building the design includes three additions that unfurl into the garden, wrap the roof patio and interweave through the common space stair.

    Two of the four units are identical, the penthouse and lower ground unit unique. The common space stair well canopy ties all four together where the wood ceilings and floors (a mixture of restored and new woods) “leak” into the entries of each unit transforming into the cabinets of a reconfigured open kitchen and living room. davidclovers was able to entirely reconfigure the ground floor unit integrating what was a back of house service wing by opening up a central space to wide views of the South China Sea. Directly underneath the structural core of the building the ceiling in this area was jumbled with beam networks and infrastructure, creatively dealt with and re-organized using a variable coffered ceiling that adds texture, softness and warmth using artificial light in the main space. The design for the penthouse not only reconfigures the unit from two to three bedrooms (all on-suite), but also re-orients and thrusts the living dining room out onto the roof patio where the new canopy, bench and wall system work in tandem to make a very unique indoor outdoor experience.

    CLIENT: Brain Ltd.
    LOCATION: Stanley Bay, Hong Kong
    TYPE: 9500 sf Residential Renovation (4 units) + 14000 sf exterior works
    STATUS: Completed Spring 2012

    CREDITS

    Design:
    davidclovers

    Design Team:
    David Erdman
    Clover Lee
    Mui Fuk Man
    Jason Dembski
    Damien Hannigan
    Spencer Mak
    Marcin Mesjak

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    Photos by Margotpolo Productions Ltd.

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    Furniture provided by Wong Chuk Hang Home Store

    Top left: Series Two Dining Table & Dining Bench by Another Country; Vintage 1920’s School Chairs with Numbers.
    Top right: Uma Armchair by Erik Joergensen; Waste Coffee Cube in Oak by Piet Hein Eek; White/Red Patterned rug by The Rug Company; Redondo Sofa by Patricia Urquiola for Moroso; Series Two Dining Table & Dining Bench by Another Country; Vintage 1920’s School Chairs with Numbers.
    Bottom right: Series Two Dining Table & Dining Bench by Another Country; Vintage 1920’s School Chairs with Numbers; Redondo Sofa by Patricia Urquiola for Moroso; Uma Armchair by Erik Joergensen; Waste Coffee Cube in Oak by Piet Hein Eek; White/Red Patterned rug by The Rug Company; Heidi in Red by Established & Sons.

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