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This video highlights 5 best creative office design in Hong Kong.Successful businesses seem to cultivate a work hard, play hard culture so successfully, but what are their secrets, and how do you actually create something like that?
You want your employees to be creative, to think out of the box but you don’t want them to be having so much fun at work that they don’t actually get anything done.
Don’t worry, we got you covered. There are plenty of startup offices designs that you can use as references. We have selected five of the best designs in Hong Kong, with a variation in style and budget. Ready? Let’s dive in.
1. Facebook HK
Location: One Island East, Quarry bay
This office creates a very creative office space for employees. There’s a sweet open kitchen, cozy seating and Hong Kong styled graffiti. You think that’s normal? Try the telescope when you get bored or give yourself a nice break in the massage chair to help your circulation. Need to wake your up? No problem, go straight ahead to the treadmill standing-desk. To top it all off, you have one of the best views in the area. I mean, why WOULD you want to leave?
2. Google HK
Location: Causeway Bay
Every meeting room is named after a Hong Kong’s street or attraction such as Lee Tung Street. Every meeting rooms design is different and no room will be the same. Notably, the use of bamboo is to represent Hong Kong’s the only city in the world that uses bamboo for scaffolding.
Speaking of recharging, there is a room designated for employees to take a power nap. It is complimented with soundproof walls to ensure high quality of sleep. If your teammates want to take a break, why not take a good one?
3. 9GAG office
Location: Tsuen Wan District
Hong Kong’s rent is crazy. No wonder a lot of startups are choosing industrial buildings over expensive extravagant offices. Although the sound of an industrial building can be daunting, there are a lot of potentials to create a fun, energetic, spacious office. The finest example is the 9GAG office in Hong Kong.
The over 500 square feet floor is divided into three major areas: “9PARK”, “9DESKS”, and “9SHEDS”. “9PARK” is an undefined open space, open for any activities such as meetings, lounging or even camping. WOW.
4. 133 Wai Yip Street
Location: Kwun Tong
The transparent office doors show a strong brand identity. From electrical fittings to ventilation ducts, everything is exposed, making space a lot more open and spacious.
The idea behind this design is to be aligned with the progression into a transparent society. Businesses are getting more transparent with the public and people are more aware of what happens behind closed doors. The idea of “not having anything to hide” generates trust. The designers of MVRDV describe the process as revealing a “beautifully raw and butch primary structure”, in order to give “ultimate transparency” to the workplace. This is exactly how your office design reflects your company value and attracting clients to value you as well.
Location: Quarry Bay
This industrial designed office has several interesting features such as vintage Cathay Pacific chairs and airplane wing used as a table and decorations. The meeting rooms are all named after Dim Sum, with a range of seating and high desks available. From revenue generation lectures, latte art workshop to Blueprint Olympics, your team will have a fun time working and learning there.
The 16th floor of Blueprint is a co-working designed to unite the tech community. Coffee corner, resting room, and game room scatter on the same floor, allowing workers to fully enjoy a work-hard-play-hard environment.
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