Dynamic New Live & Work Space Opens in Hong Kong

Hysan Development Company has launched co-working concept Bizhouse, bringing a new live-and-work space concept to Hong Kong.

Designed to shape a new mode of living and working for energetic entrepreneurs and creative professionals based in the city, Bizhouse is located in vibrant Causeway Bay and offers 12 fully-furnished units in three distinct sizes ranging from 317-546 square feet, as well as a communal rooftop specially designed to create a more connected and natural urban area.

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Each flat comes with home and studio facilities, including but not limited to fibre optics internet connection, HD TV, fully controlled split type air-conditioner, fully fitted kitchenette, built-in microwave oven with grill, refrigerator, washer dryer, and bathroom ventilator.

Spatial Versatility

Carefully crafted with an eye for details, each unit’s cosy and modern interiors are completed with stylish decors, bespoke furniture, and built-in home appliances, ensuring tenants can change their work or live modes anytime they want, a concept Hysan has called ‘swift conversion’.

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“We have carefully redefined a flex space which goes beyond a living space to encompass a workstation,” says Ricky Kon Wai Lui, Hysan Development Company CEO. ‘Swift conversion’ is the keyword here. Each flat at Bizhouse, whatever the size, is designed with bespoke furniture that can help transform a living setup into a variety of working environments with ease, and for whatever purposes, like solo work, multi-work, teamwork, and formal and casual meetings.”

Space-wise Design

The interior redesign and décor makeover of the six-storey building was carried out by the award-winning architectural design studio Bean Buro, with a mind to creating ultimate flexibility and efficiency. Each space has been equipped with smart mechanisms to move and conceal furniture, either under elevated platforms or onto walls, while every piece of furniture is part of a large storage unit for the purpose of space-saving.

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App-enabled Security System for Peace of Mind

A Resident App assists the work of the management office, enabling it to perform security monitoring in the common areas of the premise on a 24/7 basis, while also facilitating day-to-day communications between Bizhousestaff and tenants. Tenants can access the phone app to connect to the Door Entry Interface, for example, to grant access to bona fide visitors.

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New Lifestyle for Urbanites

Bizhouse brings a new dimension to the combined ideas of living and working. The communal rooftop space is designed to help provide a gathering space for tenants, and also to help enhance bonding between tenants at Bizhouse.

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“The advent of new technology enables entrepreneurs to bring ideas to life, and many startups have sprung up creating a demand for multi-purpose spaces,” says Lui. “Hysan sees a need to do something special, which is to forge a new space that combines the best of living and working in Hong Kong’s commercial heartland.”

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