The Collective Old Oak in West London opened as the world’s largest co-living space comprising 550 micro units with communal facilities including kitchens, spa, gym, restaurant, games room, cinema, library and disco, along with a co-working incubator hub. Photo:

Co-working spaces have become commonplace — now many think shared living spaces will be next

There are examples already, notably in cities with housing affordability issues similar to Hong Kong’s

Topic |   Hong Kong interior design

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The Collective Old Oak in West London opened as the world’s largest co-living space comprising 550 micro units with communal facilities including kitchens, spa, gym, restaurant, games room, cinema, library and disco, along with a co-working incubator hub. Photo:
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