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Hong Kong is facing its fourth coronavirus wave, and the government announced on Monday that civil servants will return to working from home. The city has also shut schools until the new year. With these developments in mind, some developers are making sure their homes can also serve as offices.
New residential developments have had to rethink communal spaces, said Simon Chua, the co-founder and executive director of architecture firm Lead 8. “The traditional clubhouses are useless during the pandemic. Some developers have started converting them to co-working spaces that people can rent during the day. [They can] share facilities such as printing, meeting rooms and flexible spaces for work and relaxation,” Chua said.