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Luxury homes: Celebrated designer Andre Fu’s duplex apartment with a 360 degree ocean view

Luxury hospitality architect-designer Andre Fu takes us on a tour of his 2,500 sq ft duplex apartment in Hong Kong.

Celebrated Hong Kong-born architect/designer Andre Fu’s name is synonymous with some of the best designed hotels in the world. In Singapore, he has left his stamp on the likes of The Fullerton Bay Hotel and Andaz Singapore.

Elsewhere, his signature hospitality projects include the Waldorf Astoria Bangkok, and the St Regis and Upper House in Hong Kong. While the locations and design themes differ, the aesthetic is very much Andre’s – driven by his careful consideration of how guests would experience the space.

AF apartment PORTRAIT

When he was designing his home in Hong Kong five years ago, Andre says, “I simply wanted a pure environment – it was essentially a white space with objects that I collected over the years, alongside a handful of pieces from my Andre Fu Living series. The design was derived from a basic goal to create a space that could adapt with time.”

  • Andre fu apartment

    Located in the south side of Hong Kong Island, the 2,500 sq ft duplex apartment sits on a steep hill with a vast balcony that faces a stunning 360 degree view of Deep Water Bay and Middle Island, and the South China Sea in the horizon.

This article was originally published in The Business Times


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