New World Development has revealed its art and design district, Victoria Dockside, in Hong Kong will feature a new luxury hotel residence concept.
Located at the Tsim Sha Tsui waterfront, the residences, named K11 Artus, are scheduled to open in summer 2019.
Comprising 287 residences and spanning across 14 storeys, Artus is an extension of the K11 brand, the global high-end lifestyle.
Capturing these three core attributes of the K11 brand, the Artus name is a portmanteau combining the English word ‘Art’ with the Latin term ‘Domus’, meaning ‘home.’
Within these individual residences, guests are presented with an inspiring environment to curate their own lifestyle and craft their own experiences.
A port for creatives and intellectuals to gather, Artus is designed for worldly travellers who champion authenticity, appreciate personalisation and celebrate luxury.
With eclectic touches and customised elements, each suite will be a private residence to inspire quiet contemplation and a personal connection.
“ARTUS marks a major milestone for the K11 brand with our expansion into the hospitality sector,” said Adrian Cheng, K11 founder.
“Our intention is to reshape the serviced apartment experience by designing private residences that encourage discerning visitors to reflect on profound ideas and pursue their creative passions.
“More than a place to live, Artus will be a welcoming space for intelligent minds to find inspiration.”
A testament to creativity and collaboration, Artus reflects the combined talents of Asia’s most celebrated designers and international architectural firms.
Kohn Pedersen Fox, the award-winning New York-based architectural studio, designed the building while Bangkok-based P Landscape is responsible for the surrounding greenery that will form an integral part of the guest journey.
Boasting the open-air waterfront views of Victoria Harbour and Hong Kong Island, Artus will be part of the ground-breaking Victoria Dockside development, the three million-square-foot art and design district in Tsim Sha Tsui.