Residents who have always dreamed of having an entire floor of a building to themselves can now rejoice with the Opus Hong Kong residential building designed by Frank Gehry.
The Los Angeles-based architect selected an unusual location where the structure sits atop a winding hilly terrain in Hong Kong. Gehry designed the building specifically for Hong Kong's landscape where land is scarce and bumpy at some points.
The building has a total of 12 residential suites, and each have a complete 360 degree view of the crowded city and mountainous terrains. The design is eye-catching from the exterior, but the interior is even more inviting. The layout eradicates unnecessary walls and allows each suite to revolve around the building's core structure. Frank Gehry's Opus Hong Kong design is a lair most people would like to call home.
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