If you’re looking for something different to do in Hong Kong in the coming days, then why not get down to the Entertainment Building at 30 Queen’s Road Central to learn more about Sai Ying Pun’s new Bohemian House development?
Introducing ‘The Artisanal Movement’ to one of Hong Kong’s most up-and-coming neighbourhoods, New World Development executive vice-chairman and joint general manager Mr. Adrian Cheng hopes to inspire artisanal living through bespoke craftsmanship and modern culture. Accentuating the lively charisma of Sai Ying Pun, Adrian distinctively points out the local heritage and history through this progressive new approach. As a true cultural entrepreneur, Adrian brings his vision to life creating a charming neighbourhood reminiscent of London's Notting Hill.
After successfully establishing a residential development at Kennedy Town’s Eight South Lane, the Artisanal Bohemian Collection is now introducing Bohemian House, which is its second highly anticipated project in Hong Kong. The residential block is situated in the charming neighbourhood of Sai Ying Pun, which is filled with small family-run businesses, local markets and historical heritage buildings. The newly revitalised district also plays host to many new urban coffee shops, independent galleries and novel boutiques, creating a harmonious blend of old and new. Residents exploring around the neighbourhood can also enjoy the tempting food culture available from the surrounding dried seafood street to the tonic food street of Sai Ying Pun. Conveniently, the clubhouse at Bohemian which is designed by Simplicity Co Ltd highlights this unique project with a stunning artisan kitchen and alfresco dining area giving residents a chance to host get-togethers and cook for occasions and parties.
The building itself features a creative façade inspired by the historical tram, with the frame structure and the balconies forming shapes resembling Hong Kong’s tramlines. The 191 bright and airy residential units, each boasting either a flat roof or a balcony, are filled with natural light, creating a tranquil atmosphere. There are studios available, as well as one-bedroom, two-bedroom and three-bedroom units, and one ‘special’ unit. These homes cater to all needs. Offering residents the chance to personalise their space, Bohemian House also invites owners to make their own decisions and select their choice of colour for the walls and the fittings. Each unit comes with practical interiors such as quality European kitchen appliances, convenient USB sockets in mirrored cabinets and sliding screens. It’s up to the customer, however, how they would like to personalise their space.
The clubhouse at Bohemian designed by Simplicity Co Ltd emphasises attention on materials, straying from conventional luxuries and focusing on creating the feeling of familiarity and comfort. The clubhouse facilities include a lounge, swimming pool, leisure pool, gym and yoga room, as well as a children’s playroom.
The Bohemian House building is set to be a beautiful development at 321 Des Voeux Road West, so it’s worth finding out more, whether or not you’re looking to buy in the near future. Visit the sales gallery and show flat at 32/F, Entertainment Building, 30 Queen’s Road Central from 11am to 8pm on any day for more insight in bohemian concept living right here in Hong Kong.
Bohemian House 321 Des Voeux Rd W, Sai Ying Pun, 8336 6118; bohemianhouse.com.hk.