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Music has a big influence in Liang's interior design and artwork — there are tributes to his passion in every room. The piece above the dining table is one of the earliest forms of written music on sheepskin. "I have been told it is a dirty hymn, but I can't read Latin, so I may never know," Liang says.
What looks to be a framed polka dot print from a distance was created by Liang's friend Natalia Grosner. The clever illustration depicts how their friends are connected.
Liang commissioned artist David Ko to create this oil and acrylic canvas for the living room. Along with paintings, Ko also does T-shirt illustrations, album artwork, package design and skateboard graphics.
The ice cream silkscreen by Natalia Grosner is a welcome addition to the kitchen. The design was inspired by rap lyrics about food.
This antique table features a crank system that makes it perfect for entertaining. When turned, the crank allows the table to be raised to bar height or lowered for dining. Visible rivets adorn the iron trim, adding to the industrial styling of the dining area.
Dining table: Antiques Direct Worldwide
It's hard to beat the view from Liang's balcony. When he hosts larger events at his condo there is rooftop access, complete with a barbecue and a fireplace. The panoramic views are worth a trip up to the top. Liang says, "I feel the area has changed dramatically in the past few years, and I find that exciting. Although Vancouver is not that large a city, I still feel I can get lost here."
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