FIND SPACE TO GROW
With their generous footprints, high ceilings and plenty of natural light, our purpose-designed buildings are fast filling up with creative businesses demanding space to think, grow and make things happen. `
Half-a-year-old and Design District is already three-quarters full
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AvailableB1 SelgasCano More info
The architects’ signature use of transparent materials, bold colour and plant life distinguish B1. Work space is connected by platforms and stairs winding through a verdant, four-storey winter garden.
AvailableD4 Barozzi Veiga More info
The polished aluminium facade of Barozzi Veiga’s four-storey building presents a dazzling sight on the southside of Design District’s central square. Designed with artists and makers in mind.
AvailableA2 6A Architects More info
Inspired by artist Richard Artschwager’s Formica sculptures, Building A2 is striking to look at the inclined diamond-shaped windows bring substantial natural light into the building’s workspaces.
AvailableB2 6A Architects More info
Striking to look at, B2's inclined diamond-shaped windows bring substantial natural light into the building’s workspaces. Units range from between approximately 1800 to over 3000 sq. ft.
AvailableB4 David Kohn Architects More info
A vivid green metal grid defines the squares of red brick, glass blocks and glazing that make up the facade. On the top floor, it boasts a sheltered roof terrace.
AvailableC1 Architecture 00 More info
An open and welcoming building, intent on fostering community. A rooftop basketball court crowns three storeys of studio space, all accessible via open-air staircases doubling as communal spaces.
UnavailableD2 Mole Architects More info
An iridescent metal exterior reflects a spectrum of gas flame colours. Inside, exposed wooden ceilings and beams bring warmth to “blank canvas” work spaces suited to a variety of creative work.
UnavailableC2 Mole Architects More info
Ziggurat-shaped and clad in CorTen weathered steel, C2 makes a striking statement. The building is fitted out with a test kitchen and studios.
UnavailableA4 David Kohn Architects More info
A landmark roof-mounted sign tops a grid of vivid green metalwork and glass blocks, supported by stout red-brick columns. Curtain glazing and a brick-lined lobby distinguish the ground floor.
UnavailableD1 Architecture 00
The distinction between interior and exterior space is blurred by substantial concrete decks, skirting the 1st through 3rd floor perimeters. These provide tenants with outdoor access and social areas.
UnavailableA3 Adam Khan Architects More info
With its sturdy, geometric concrete exterior, building A3 can be seen as a nod to the aesthetics of raw construction found on many emerging sites across the constantly evolving Peninsula.