How a Hong Kong couple downsized to live it up in a 1,450 sq.ft. apartment
South China Morning Post – June 2020
Where the Heart Is
April 2012 South China Morning Post – Hong Kong Rather than move, a couple decided to lay down roots – and put up some Hawaiian artwork – in their rented Pok Fu Lam apartment. “[Nicole] Cromwell was able to satisfy the couple’s request to marry Western ideals with Asian styles in the three-bedroom, two-bathroom home.”
May 2004 Home Journal – Hong Kong ”A self-confessed bachelor turns to a young, female interior designer to create the home of his fantasies in Happy Valley”. The same apartment was featured in the “Post Magazine” of the “South China Morning Post” in May 2005.
October 2001 Home Journal – Hong Kong “Feng Functional – Western functionality spiced up with an elegant Chinese aesthetic”.
November 2000 Home Journal – Hong Kong “A classical revamp provided fast results in this family-based Peak apartment”.
October 2000 Home Journal – Hong Kong “Raw talent: 10 of HK’s top designers share their vision of a millennium home”.
Home Away From Home
April 2000 Home Journal – Hong Kong “Nicole Cromwell customises a rented apartment in Central to meet her client’s neo-classical taste”.
October 1998 Home Journal – Hong Kong “A remarkable, if muted, transformation of a Shouson Hill house.”
October 1998 Home Journal – Hong Kong Named one of “Hong Kong’s 10 Hottest Designers”.
April 1998 Home Journal – Hong Kong Nicole Cromwell creates “a chic monochromatic interior”.