By K11 ARTUS on April 3, 2019


Hong Kong – Following the recent launch of Rosewood Hong Kong in the art and design district of Victoria Dockside, entrepreneur Adrian Cheng is set to unveil another major project in the district. K11 ARTUS, K11 Group’s first ultra-private luxury residential development, is set to open in Q3 2019. Today’s announcement marks the third milestone of Cheng’s Victoria Dockside development, a 10-year project that includes K11 ATELIER, K11 ARTUS, Rosewood Hong Kong and K11 MUSEA, the unique retail destination, which will also open in 2019.

As reflected in its portmanteau name, ARTUS combines the word “Art” and the Latin term “Domus”, meaning “home.” The 287-residence K11 ARTUS will redefine the luxury residence experience by providing Asia’s first hybrid “Artisanal Home” concept with comprehensive hotel services and an inspiring environment for cultural creatives.

Mr. Adrian Cheng, Founder of K11, Executive Vice-Chairman and General Manager of New World Development said, “After the successful opening of Rosewood Hong Kong, I’m excited about the launch of K11 ARTUS, my luxury residence concept that is part of the 10-year harbourfront redevelopment project Victoria Dockside. This is an artisanal home and a new living standard built for tomorrow’s creatives who prioritise bespoke design, a seamless online-offline experience as well as art and cultural experiences that bring together like-minded individuals.”


K11 ARTUS: Inspiring a Community of Like-Minded Creatives 

As part of the year-long salon programme, participants will come together to enrich their understandings, share insights and inspire contemplation in a variety of settings. The debut edition of the ARTUS Salon series is in May 2019. Devoted to poetry appreciation and penmanship, attendees will connect and share their insights, experiences and ideas in the comfort of a luxury environment. Through the curated programme, K11 ARTUS will build a community of like-minded individuals who are drawn to the intellectual discourse, inspiring setting and stimulating environment.

An inspiring design-led ‘Artisanal Home’ environment

K11 ARTUS is a testament to collaborative design and cutting-edge craftsmanship. The development reflects the combined talents of Asia’s most celebrated designers and the world’s most respected international architectural firms. Kohn Pedersen Fox, the award-winning New York-based architectural studio, designed the building while Bangkok-based P Landscape (PLA) is responsible for the surrounding greenery and lush landscaping. Soaring over Victoria Dockside and taking full advantage of K11 ARTUS’s exclusive location, three individually-designed penthouses – by Hong Kong’s Joyce Wang, UK’s Fiona Barratt and New York-based nemaworkshop – represent the ultimate in luxury lifestyle.


State-of-the-art digital concierge

Today’s cultural creatives crave a hassle-free lifestyle supported by technological innovation.  Whether in Hong Kong for business or pleasure, K11 ARTUS residents will be seamlessly connected through human-centred technology. In addition to the personalised hospitality and butler services, K11 ARTUS goes a step further with AMICI, an intuitive, digital concierge offering 24-hour assistance. Through AMICI, each resident has direct access to services at their fingertips, ensuring immediate responses to requests and providing useful advice.

A Private Residence in the heart of a Dynamic Art and Cultural Ecosystem

As an ARTUS resident, guests are ideally located in the centre of Hong Kong’s most dynamic retail, art and design district. Interconnected and interactive, the Victoria Dockside ecosystem enriches the luxury lifestyle and invites exploration, cultural discoveries and engagement. Perched above K11 MUSEA, K11 ARTUS guests have an unparalleled selection of cuisine, leisure, art and culture options on their doorstep.

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