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Tatler Insiders On The Best Of Interior Design In Hong Kong

Tatler Insiders On The Best Of Interior Design In Hong Kong
A home design idea from Alan Chan, one of the most acclaimed interior designers in Hong Kong (Photo: Alan Chan Design Company/Facebook)
By Tatler Hong Kong
November 06, 2020
Tatler insiders share their tried-and-tested tips for finding the best of interior design in Hong Kong

When your living space needs a revamp, turn to these interior design picks from Annabelle Bond, Douglas So and Christy Wo.

See also: Top Autumn/Winter 2020 Interior Design Trends To Upgrade Your Home

Katharine Pooley

Our home has beautiful high ceilings and large arched windows. It has a lovely sense of space and feels very calming in our hectic daily life. It is both formal and relaxed. We can entertain or just chill out. I use my friend Katharine Pooley, who I’ve known for 25 years, for her impeccable taste and flair. She has travelled extensively all over the world and has a great way of throwing together an incredibly stylish and classy home influenced by cultural artefacts that have caught her eye on her travels.

Discover more at katharinepooley.com

Annabelle Bond, OBE recipient, mountaineer and endurance athlete

See also: Interior Designer Katharine Pooley: How Covid-19 Has Changed Our Relationship With Our Homes

Otto Ng

I highly recommend Otto Ng, design director of LAAB, for a fashionable and classy home. He has been my interior designer for more than five years and is behind some of the city’s bold designs including K11 Musea’s Opera Theatre. I select Otto based on his creativity, strong aesthetic sense, project management skills and attention to details. Why settle for less?

Discover more at laab.pro

—Douglas So, founder of F11 Foto Museum

Alan Chan

Alan Chan is a designer with exceptional taste. He’s very talented and creates pretty much everything, from brand identity to interior design. His designs are one of a kind and they exemplify harmony between Asian and western design.

Discover more at alanchandesign.com

—Christy Wo

See also: Inside Designer And Artist Alan Chan's Eclectic Private Museum


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