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Worldly goods

André Fu is sitting in his elegant, art-filled apartment overlooking Hong Kong’s Deep Water Bay. He is surrounded by so many of his own designs – from furniture to homeware – that it is as much an archive as it is a sitting room.

It could also be viewed as an ode to the architect and collector’s life’s work and vision. Even a “swirling purplish” vase he made as a teenager while at an English boarding school is visible in a photograph taken last summer – “the only piece of pottery I’ve ever made”. It sits alongside .

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