If there’s one thing most Hongkongers have in common it’s their affinity with small spaces. Hong Kong is notorious for its exorbitantly priced real estate market and its tiny living spaces. The shortage in space often causes most people to focus on practical design sensibilities rather than aesthetic, but that doesn’t have to be the case. Here are a few tricks you can try to make your space look bigger without having to sacrifice beautiful design.
Did you know that an average of 342 tons of wood go to waste each day? That’s equivalent to almost 2,000 sofas! So if you're looking for ways to do minimize furniture disposal here are some of our recommendations to help you reduce furniture waste in Hong Kong.
Real estate and property management in Hong Kong specifically have also taken a downturn, leaving landlords with a significant amount of unoccupied space. To help combat this, some opportunistic landlords have turned to the co-working space sector, yielding a fair number of benefits and results.