Dream, found by Clifton since 2012, has been providing precious
opportunities for secondary students to pursue their dreams and
express themselves. See how Parenting Headline Magazine features on
this meaningful project:
That's what Christmas is about - Parties and gatherings, eating too much turkey and pudding… Luckily, this year Clifton creates this healthy and meaningful Christmas hamper that would save your disappearing waistline!
Inside the tin handmade by a 99 years old ‘tin man’, it is filled with brain food and warm mulled wine that brings you health and joy at Christmas 2015 ^^
The brand new design of PCCW-HKT flagship store reflects the brand’s leading position as Hong Kong’s most experienced and all-round telecom service provider, with a century of experience and the largest customer base.
After relocating from Australia, Joanna Lee and her husband, Michael, an investment banker, found their own paradise in this perfect apartment in Babington in Mid-Levels.
Unlike a typical ‘Out with the old, in with the new” renovation, the owners decided to bring most of their existing possessions with them, blending perfectly with the new furniture and accessories such as Eames LCW wooden chairs for Herman Miller, spider floor lamp by Leitmotiv, outdoor furniture set from Freedom, cushion from Adairs, dining table from Manning & Manning, and Laurel Drive dining chairs by Ralph Lauren.
Clifton unconventionally applied wallpapers, colours and curtains that would match with these ‘old & new’ collections.
This project has been featured in upscale magazines such as SCMP Post Magazine, Interior Beaute, Hong Kong Economic Journal and Sing Tao Property Browser.
Located in the Holly Court in Happy Valley, the perfect rearrangement of the layout in this apartment enlarges the bedroom and adding great comfort to the environment. A semi-open kitchen is also blended into the living and dining area, giving the best of both worlds.
簡約、清雅、明亮、通風—這個位於薄扶林翰林軒的單位，以經典白色為主調，配以淺色木料運用，流露出家的舒適感。光線通過偌大窗戶滲入， 讓一家四口可以浸浴在日光之中，寫意溫馨。配上特色白磚牆，使這個充斥著自然光線的家流露著愉快的氛圍。來自Aluminum的伊姆斯椅子，來自宜家家居的Astrid lamp，和客廳裡的米色沙發，充分反映出屋主的品味和格調。曾報導此項目的傳媒包括南華早報 Post Magazine。
Airy and bright, this 1046 sq ft Pok Fu Lam flat in University Heights used yellow-hued stained wood to create a simple, cozy and modern home for a family of four. Large windows and feature wall contributes to the interiors awash with natural light and an ambience of pleasure and spaciousness. Eames chair from Aluminum, Astrid lamp from IKEA, Samuel Heath rainshower from Altfield Interiors, and the beige Sofa in living room from Home Shop represent a notion of style in this oasis of calm and harmony. This project has been featured in upscale magazines such as SCMP Post Magazine.
Located in Seabee Lane in Discovery Bay, it is a spa house with minimal design concept – an open kitchen with a large backyard, bringing the inside out and the outside in, to create a relaxing alfresco environment.
Feature of Clifton’s residential project of the Dynasty Court (帝景園) at Today’s Living今日家居 . The light tones used throughout the apartment and color theme in kid’s rooms embodied the energetic and harmonious atmosphere of this young family of four.
Located in Hanking Court, it is a combination of dark wood, walnut shades, sophisticated substances that make a great refreshing weekend lodge. Evoking a relaxing, soothing and comforting ambience with masculinity for this overall spacious and simple ‘get-away’ home. Warm earth tone furniture, flooring and wall color sparks off a sense of warmth that is conducive to relaxation and sleep.
Filled with Earth tone like white, beige and wood color, stepping into this Mid-Levels apartment in The Grand Panorama is like taking a stroll in a blossom summer. Under the ambience of coziness and comfort, aesthetics and function is induced with minimalist design.
Trend comes and goes, however, this 2,300 sq ft flat in Baguio Villa, Pok Fu Lam embodies a lasting design that withstands the test of time. It’s a classic example of less is more in timeless design. Clifton has chosen simple colors that would set the tone for the owners’ spare but stylish flat – a color palette of black, white and grey to create a calming backdrop to their vibrant accessories, like the sofa from Ligne Roset, mini Panton-like chair from Tint Living, coffee table and side table from BRU, and the carpet from Good Idea Furniture & Design.
The two paintings by Vietnamese artist Nguyen Minh Son have added colors to the room’s neutral palette. This project has been widely covered by the media such as such as Interior Beaute, My Home, SCMP Post Magazine, Today’s Living and Oriental Sunday.