An Eclectic Dining Room Inside An Hong Kong Townhouse
This is the third house in the series of curated projects by Covet House – an ethereal partnership with Ptang Studio Limited in Hong Kong, led by Philip Tang and Brian Ip, whose talented team developed a unique experience consisting of the exploration and journey of the mind that departs from the bounds of physical realities. The dining space is a dim and cozy experience. The golden finishings in the architecture and furniture pieces illuminate the room, creating an even wider space and ethereal look. Paying homage to the sole personalities of each individual, this Hong Kong townhouse feels like anything else seen before, just like a dream itself. A townhouse that exudes personality with an eclectic aesthetic, where a dream turned into reality.
Reeves is an accent chair that could easily be considered a piece of futuristic furniture, due to its edgy and stylish design. The chair-back and legs are made of a tubular brass structure, simulating a crescent bow on the back, typical of Windsor-style chairs. It is finished with single loose cushions, both on the seat and back, upholstered with sophisticated leather.
This flower-shaped wall fireplace while with a delicate design has in its core all the strength and will to push forward and evolve, turning itself into something bigger and beautiful. The Bloom Wall Fire with its steel body represents a full-bloomed body and the epitome of beauty. The perfect choice for lighting up any room with fire and passion.
The Diamond Metamorphosis Sideboard questions the meaning of beauty and seeks to provoke a reaction. This is what we call art furniture – an attempt to blend contemporary design with artsy details. May your dining room be an endless canvas where you paint your own dreams.
The Newton Dining Table is an outstanding moment of inspiration. A luxury statement piece created in order to fulfill the needs of our clients that are looking for the best in contemporary furniture design mixed up with luxurious details and high-quality materials. Inspired by the great Isaac Newton, of course.