Combining functionality and artistic flair, HKT Premier joined forces with Hong Kong architect Florence Kong
The Internet of Things (IoT) concept is changing the way we think about our living spaces. IoT brings devices and appliances to life by connecting them to the Internet so they can work together in an intelligent fashion. HKT Premier is devoted to integrating this technology with interior design and providing tailor-made home solutions and value-added services with great flexibility.
Continuing its efforts to explore the potential of IoT, HKT Premier's showroom in Elements has once again been refreshed to reflect the brand's intelligent home concepts. One of the main focuses of the latest iot in Style 3 exhibit is "mindful fitness". The automated space has been designed to help people manage all aspects of work and personal life by harnessing the power of IoT via devices and appliances.
The designer behind the latest showroom overhaul is Hong Kong-based architect Florence Kong, whose extensive resume includes Zaha Hadid Architects, Foster & Partners, and KPF before establishing her own studio FAB-A-MATTER in Hong Kong.
Kong brought along her experience and expertise in incorporating IoT elements into her design projects to create the ultimate in connected home solutions.
HKT Premier's 'My Chamber' solution is a modern expression of personal space made possible by intelligence and a nature-inspired organic design concept conceived by Florence, involving custom-made furniture using an advanced technology known as digital fabrication. It offers a private room that promotes mindful fitness, equipped with four automation modes controllable through an app. These include spa, sports, movie and wine tasting.
The iot in Style 3 exhibition runs from mid-July to December at the io.t by HKT concept store in Elements.
iot in Style 3 by HKT Premier
2001A, Fire Zone, Elements, 1 Austin Road
Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon
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