Shared office space makes good sense.

by The REJIGIT Blog

In order to conduct business in the modern commercial world, one does not necessarily need to be obliged to show up at a particular place, at a particular time, day after day.

A recent addition to the globally and rapidly increasing availability of shared office space is The Work Project in Hong Kong’s Midtown at Causeway Bay’s Soundwill Plaza. This is a four-storey, thirty three thousand square foot (3065 square meters) development offering shared work space.

The Soundwill Plaza was designed by the architectural practice Bean Buro. The studio is an emerging architecture and interiors practice based in London and Paris and led by founders Lorène Faure and Kenny Kinugasa-Tsui who oversee a team of international designers. They provide architectural, interior, installation, furniture, product and design services. Their Hong Kong studio was opened in 2013 and they have worked closely with the developer of The Work Project, Jung Hoon (Junny) Lee who is a Managing Director at DelMorgan based in Singapore.

Lorène Faure & Kenny Kinugasa-Tsui

Jung Hoon (Junny) Lee