Mount Nicholson

Hong Kong
Mount Nicholson

Mount Nicholson

In an exploration of the British aesthetic, here, the presiding influence is one of early modernism and the execution is a sublimely judged paring back of form. The unrestricted flow of natural light softens the distinction between the home itself and the breathtaking landscape that surrounds it on The Peak in Hong Kong.

Graphic geometry defines the imposing spaces, and the discretely opulent home confidently refuses to be cleanly categorised, a signature of the David Collins Studio aesthetic philosophy. The idea of minimalism is present but not at the expense of sumptuous comfort. The notion of modernism runs through every precisely crafted element and surface but never overrides the traditional understanding of a flawless home.

An impeccable statement of timeless design.

Edmon Leong is an interior design and architecture photographer living in Hong Kong.