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LIFE, COLLECTED

Tucked away behind the crest of a small steep hill off Hong Kong’s Conduit Road is a three-storey art deco building circa 1930 that, over the past two years, has been the home of art collector and editor Rex Aguado and his partner, financial executive search specialist Harry O’Neill.

“We’ve always looked for interesting properties to live in, and loved that this building still had the classic geometry, high ceilings, and distinctive details of the art deco period,” says Rex,

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