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Barrie Ho Architecture Interiors completes HKJC Telebet Centre

by Sophie Cullen on Feb 23, 2016 in Interiors
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Hong Kong-based practice BARRIE HO Architecture Interiors has recently designed the Hong Kong Jockey Club (HKJC) Telebet Centre

Located in Sha Tin, Hong Kong, the HKJC Telebet Centre at Communication & Technology Centre, Sha Tin Racecourse is an attempt to redefine the new generation of hi-tech Telebet centres and Telebet booths for thousands of staff, and to serve their ever-increasing demands.

The new premises is situated over three storeys, each occupying around 55,000 sq-f and including supervisor counters, a briefing room, leisure corners and ancillary administrative staff rooms.

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In order to meet the new demand of the staff working in the centre every day, the new Facial Recognition Hall has incorporated a variety of contemporary elements to foster a more high-tech environment. Ceiling systems, recognition machines and enquiry cubes have been employed to create a thoroughly modern interior befitting to the technology it surrounds.

The new Telebet Arena occupies two full floors with over 104,978 sq-f of working space, while the new generation of Telebet booths engage hexagonal groupings to form dumbbell shapes, encouraging heightened communication between colleagues

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Helping to create a healthier and more user-friendly working environment for staff attending different shifts, the Telebet Centre is well-equipped with individual amenities exclusively for staff, which include staff pantries, leisure corners and user-friendly facilities for wheelchair users.

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