Campus Hong Kong Uses Tetris-Inspired Planning to House Students

By: Rahul Kalvapalle - Sep 23, 2015
References: campushk & gizmag
Campus Hong Kong is a student residence that uses highly innovative design principles that appear to be inspired by the classic game Tetris. Hong Kong is one of the world's most expensive places in which to live and rent, making it a difficult place for broke students to lead a decent life.

A bed at Campus Hong Kong can be rented for the reasonable price of $774 a month, which includes management, legal and utility costs, a twice-weekly cleaning service as well as a free shuttle bus service to ferry students to and from their campus.

This particular project is part of a wider global effort to come up with innovative and effective ways to maximize use of space for low-cost use.