Bridges Business Centres

Bridges already had a well established presence in Hong Kong when they embarked on a new centre in Admiralty and an upgrade to their existing Central Tower facility. The result is a makeover of the old look with a distinct emphasis on clean lines and transparency.

Each centre now features at least one large conference room equipped with side by side LCD screens and cameras recessed into fabric wrapped feature walls for state-of-the-art, 24/7 video conferencing.

These rooms are also double glazed for acoustic privacy, an essential expenditure in situations where both transparency and sound attenuation are of great importance.

Fully stocked breakout areas further extend the concept of ‘the third place’ to each centre, and provide respite from the daily grind.

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Bridges already had a well established presence in Hong Kong when they embarked on a new centre in Admiralty and an upgrade to their existing Central Tower facility. The result is a makeover of the old look with a distinct emphasis on clean lines and transparency.

Each centre now features at least one large conference room equipped with side by side LCD screens and cameras recessed into fabric wrapped feature walls for state-of-the-art, 24/7 video conferencing.

These rooms are also double glazed for acoustic privacy, an essential expenditure in situations where both transparency and sound attenuation are of great importance.

Fully stocked breakout areas further extend the concept of ‘the third place’ to each centre, and provide respite from the daily grind.