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House tour: Interior Designer Joey Khu’s bachelor pad is rife with design and beauty
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When Joey Khu, director of Joey Khu Interior Design purchased this four-room flat, it was in a rundown condition, having been built over 40 years ago. That gave him the opportunity to redo the entire interior. He wanted a simple, modern luxe concept that would be warm and welcoming, with a play on contrasting colours and textures. “The main challenge was to accommodate all the spaces that I wanted for various activities, as well as fit in the furniture, lamps, and other pieces in my collection,” Joey says.

This artwork was selected for its monochromatic colours, so it wouldn’t vie for attention with the colourful pieces in the living room, such as Frank Lloyd Wright’s Taliesin floor lamp and the Bertois Bird Chair from Knoll.