SCMP - Designers work magic in a 309 sq ft Hong Kong microflat
It's not often that an interview is conducted sitting on a toilet. But in Michelle Tennant and Andy Knight's 309 sq ft microflat in Central, this doesn't feel unusual because nothing is as it seems past the front door: in this box of tricks, typically permanent fixtures disappear and furniture is pulled seemingly from thin air as design magic shape-shifts spaces and affords a glimpse into the future.
That's why we find ourselves, on the day of the home shoot, sitting on the lid of a compact receptacle, posing questions in a corner extremity while trying to keep out of the camera frame. Elsewhere, six bodies prepare the stage and three resident "miaow-miaows" tread the boards on a long, overhead cat run.
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