A Tour of Regus’ Hong Kong Coworking Space
Office and coworking space provider Regus hired architecture and interior design firm D&P Associates to design their new coworking space in Hong Kong.
“D&P Associates was asked to renovate the 16th & 17th floor of building that take an octagonal shape. Regus 700 Nathan Road offers 2476 sqm of fully equipped private and shared workspaces as well as entertainment and relax corners. As a response, the design concept was the industrial bauhaus style with all modern facilities. The architect’s team generated an original palette of harmonized colors including emerald green, grey and orange.
The architects used mostly natural materials such as wood, cork, metal, ceramic and glass in the interior decoration of the office space. Leaving ductwork exposed makes a more interesting ceiling which can also hold the twofold purpose of solving a problem of little or no attic space to hide the ductwork.
The co-working space was naturally divided without using free-standing walls to maximize the natural lighting through the space. In addition to the overall interior design, our team used the simple and flexible furniture as the industrial pendant lighting from DCW, Flos, Foscarini, Vibia, Artemide and a series of solid tables, chairs, sofas and storage units from Sokoa, Viccarbe, Vitra, etc.”
- Location: Hong Kong
- Date completed: 2019
- Size: 19,375 square feet
- Design: D&P Associates