The all new HKT Premier showroom once again marries style and technology in an intelligent home office showcase that promotes IoT solutions
Part of Hong Kong's leading telecommunications company, HKT Premier has redesigned its flagship showroom to highlight home office IoT (Internet of Things) solutions in its bid to get more internet linked appliances into the city's homes. For its third IoT showcase, iot in Style 3, it has joined forces with US furniture brand Herman Miller to create a stylish intelligent home office, called "My Workplace".
An innovator in contemporary interior furnishings for more than a century, Herman Miller is synonymous with elegant design and craftsmanship, making it the perfect partner for HKT Premier. At its core, "My Workplace" aims to boost productivity and efficiency by incorporating work and leisure functionality in the same room. Equipped with IoT technology, the space is not only highly functional, but also good looking, thanks to Herman Miller design classics such as Eames Lounge Chair and Ottoman.
"My Workplace" is the first HKT Premier showroom showcase to focus entirely on creating an intelligent home office. To demonstrate the possibilities of IoT interconnectivity, i t incorporate s both high-performance business tools and entertainment equipment, allowing users to switch effortlessly between work and play, from activities such as video conferencing to enjoying a movie.
Complementing HKT Premier's IoT showroom options, are state-of-the-art home appliance solutions that can be seamlessly connected to each other. Brands on offer include Technogym, Grohe, Samsung, McIntosh, Klipsch, LG, Eurocave, Avita, Qardio, Tom Dixon, Cisco, Xbox, KEF, Somfy and Airgle.
HKT Premier's automated spaces are designed to help people manage all aspects of work and leisure with greater ease, and above all, take ownership of their time. The iot in Style 3 exhibition will run until December at the io.t by HKT concept store in Elements mall.
Book a view now. Address is: iot in Style 3 by HKT Premier 2001A, Fire Zone, Elements, 1 Austin Road, Tsim Sha Tsui
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