This showflat project is a collection of 3 units sizes from 30 to 45 sqm with 6m ceiling height. All in loft style to create functional and cozy living spaces for young residents with modernized metropolitan lifestyles in China.
Flat A: A minimal grey space embellished with copper-steel, pithy & well illuminated as well as steady, yet fully humanized. The walls of glass provide the largest window view of the changing seasons of the year.
Flat B: A two-storied book shelves not sedulously designed in shape and a reading room on air leads to the whole space filled with strong atmosphere of modern design. A spiral staircase makes an artistic feeling of a limited area a large space with smooth flow.
•Flat C: Living space of warm wooden series in natural with big bookshelves made of raw-woods that avoids tedious space, the design has enlarged the reading room and provides more area for use.
Horace Pan, a Hong Kong design figure famous for creating story-telling and unique spatial experiences of various interior disciplines, obtained his Bachelor of Arts degree in Interior Design and Master of Arts degree in Design from School of Design, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University. He established his award-winning design practice PANORAMA in 2003 and received over 100 international awards. Pan now furthers his professional career in the field of design education and is the assistant professor at School of Design, the Hong Kong Polytechnic University and serving as the Vice Chairman of the Hong Kong Interior Design Association and 2011-14 Executive Board Member of the International Federation of Interior Architects/Designers (IFI). Pan received Hong Kong Ten Outstanding Designers Award and China Entrepreneur Award in 2008 & 2010 respectively, 2015-16 Designer of the Year in China. Pan was the only Chinese among the 10 invited international designers in 2011 Taiwan International Interior Design Exhibition. In 2014 Pan received Hong Kong & Shenzhen Outstanding Achievement Designer Award in recognition of his contribution to the interior industry development over the past decade. In 2016 & 2017 Pan was respectively invited as international judge for Hong Kong’s APIDA Award and Japan’s JCD Award.