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Encouraging movement, engagement and connection.
Hong Kong Science and Technology Park (HKSTP) blurs the distinction between home and office space, suitable for different jobs and needs at different times. The post-epidemic office vacancy not only contains the characteristics of diversity, but also has enough flexibility.
The data technology center (DT Hub) was established to promote industrial upgrading and transformation. The center has created a park that popularizes Hong Kong’s data technology, providing office spaces supporting the data industry, world-class conference and exhibition facilities.
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The project provides a professional shared space to gather excellent technology and data talents, promote exchanges and collaborations, and further promote the data R&D activities and technology developments in the Bay Area.
Since the DT Hub is distant from the urban area, the scope hopes to provide a comfortable working environment like a “second home”.
The design is based on the theme of “home in the city”, through the display of the building’s fusion of raw materials, machinery and modern devices. This integration creates an urban center characterising an industrial warehouse, one that is concise and flexible.
The ground floor of the center is set up as a canteen and the design incorporates high technology. The elements present the unique street characteristics of Hong Kong food stalls in the old era referencing history and culture. The dual zone is designed to offer spaces for group meetings and place to collaborate.
The DT Hub design encourages movement, engagement and connection. Spaces include conference zones and exhibition facilities and business centers.
The layered design brings out a relaxed atmosphere with an inclusive layout to promote interaction and cooperation.
Each office floor includes a shared space – for the office, kitchen and socializing – overall promoting the opportunity to exchange ideas.
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