Staff Reporters
Sep 4, 2019

Best Spaces to Work: Golin Hong Kong

New office centred around wellness, creativity and collaboration.

Golin Hong Kong has moved to a new location at One Taikoo Place, and takes the keys on a brand new office with a range of workspaces. Focusing on wellness, votes were taken on what features the office should have, which include a bed—for naps, nursing mothers or meditation—a bar and a video games room. 

The agency is also very proud of its office walls, which feature PR-related art installations that reflect the Golin ethos. The entrance is particularly striking, with 500 wall-mounted steamer baskets and the Golin logo layered over the top.

Other features include air purification, uncarpeted floors to improve air quality, and many plants. 

"The result is a modern, creative space where everyone can feel inspired to give it their best and have fun doing so,” said Jane Morgan, managing director of Golin Hong Kong.

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