House 98

Hong Kong / 2012

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Envisioned as a way to raise the housing quality for Hong Kong’s indigenous villagers, House 98 is an expression of HEAD Architecture’s values: simplicity, functionality and a relentless focus on occupant needs. Designed around an 8 sq m skylight atop the triple-height dining room, the flexibly planned, three-bedroom house meets existing government requirements, while offering a cost-effective template.

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    Envisioned as a way to raise the housing quality for Hong Kong’s indigenous villagers, House 98 is an expression of HEAD Architecture’s values: simplicity, functionality and a relentless focus on occupant needs. Designed around an 8 sq m skylight atop the triple-height dining room, the flexibly planned, three-bedroom house meets existing government requirements, while offering a cost-effective template.

    Project details
    • Year 2012
    • Work finished in 2012
    • Status Completed works
    • Type Single-family residence / Interior Design / Lighting Design
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