The Work Project Is a Coworking Space That Brings Some Much-Needed Greenery Into Hong Kong

An innovative coworking space inspired by the hotel experience.

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With the rise of remote work around the world, it’s no wonder that more and more names are getting into the co-working scene. And in a city as bustling as Hong Kong, the co-working space market has exploded, with companies such as WeWork entering the city and local startups offering their own take. Despite the growing number of places offering a startup co-working environment, a name that stands out in Hong Kong is The Work Project. The beautiful space sets itself apart by offering an unparalleled hospitality-oriented experience, with many of its services curated by ex-hoteliers. This focus on a perfectly comfortable experience has lent itself to its impeccable interior design. The multi-sensory environment was specifically designed to enhance productivity — from the music, scents and colors. The highlight of the space is a huge wall of foliage that offers some much-needed nature in the city that’s known for bland offices and monolithic structures. Click here to learn more about The Work Project.

The Work Project
15/F Soundwill Plaza II – Midtown,
1-29 Tang Lung Street,
Causeway Bay, Hong Kong

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