Adding a new dimension to the Tsim Sha Tsui waterfront, K11 ARTUS is the brainchild of entrepreneur Adrian Cheng and architectural wunderkind André Fu.
K11 ARTUS is made up of 287 residences – a mix of studios, one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments and a trio of penthouses – each with a kitchen, extensive storage space and wraparound balcony.
The decor features plenty of traditional Chinese artisanal objects, such as wooden furniture and ceramics manufactured exclusively for ARTUS by K11 Craft & Guild Foundation, which conserves fast-disappearing craftsmanship dating back to the Ming and Qing dynasties.
Residents will find plenty of ways to entertain themselves. The 11th floor open-air infinity swimming pool is heated and augmented by a welcoming sun deck. The gym runs 24 hours a day, a stylish library invites intellectual exploration, and there’s always AMICI, an intuitive, digital concierge offering 24-hour assistance.
The Commune, an urban eatery designed for relaxed and informal gatherings, is the first port of call for breakfast, lunch and dinner, but residents can also order meals from a host of nearby top-tier restaurants.
Most importantly, K11 ARTUS is part of the Victoria Dockside development which encompasses K11 MUSEA, an innovative mall that seamlessly merges culture and retail. K11 ARTUS also hosts regular salons led by prominent cultural figures including playwrights, artists, designers, explorers and scholars. A stay here is like being granted an immediate entrée to a sophisticated, well-connected metropolitan village.