We're waltzing through the Covid crisis with our robot sanitisation squad. At K11 MUSEA, we’re always seeking innovative solutions to improve how we do things, and this week, our brand new fleet of expert cleaners are ready to get down to work! These little fellows may don twinkling eyes and cute expressions, but don’t be fooled by their friendly appearances — they are vicious when it comes to exterminating viruses and bacteria.
To make K11 MUSEA the safest place in Hong Kong, we’ve deployed 11 autonomous robots for the deep sanitisation job and to double down on our already stringent hygiene and anti-epidemic measures. Throughout this week and during our operating hours once we reopen on 6 March, these roving robots will be travelling all over K11 MUSEA to continuously disinfect every nook and cranny of our cultural-retail destination.
Each of our cleaning robots is equipped with up to 10 litres of sterilising solution that is certified to eliminate 99.99% of germs and viruses including Covid-19, but is safe for the human body. With a huff and a puff, the robot will spray the disinfectant into the air and the floor, covering a 4.5-metre radius as it travels through the premises.
Following the SLAM navigation system, which offers a predetermined map of the surroundings, the robot cleaners are able to quickly familiarise themselves with the lay of the land and zip their way through all levels of K11 MUSEA.
The autonomous robots are also equipped with three types of anti-collision sensors – including LiDAR, depth cameras, and ultrasonic sensors – which are the same as ones that you’d find in an automated parking system, allowing them to “see” up to 20 metres.
But it’s not all work and no play – check out our video to catch these fun-loving robots drooling over freshly baked croissants, appreciating fine art, and tearing up the dancefloor – probably mimicking their favourite stars on hit show Bridgerton, as they waltz across K11 MUSEA’s grand atrium!
Next time you’re visiting us, keep an eye out for these robotic cleaners that are working hard to safeguard K11 MUSEA and our community.
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New World Development CEO and K11 founder Adrian Cheng brings the “King of Mandopop” Jay Chou to K11 in a trailblazing partnership, sounding the horn on the inaugural edition of Sotheby’s brand new auction series in Asia — the first-ever CONTEMPORARY CURATED: Asia, with works curated by the legendary musical icon himself.
Reflecting Cheng and Chou’s shared passion for art, this unprecedented collaboration between “King of Mandopop” Jay Chou and world renowned auction house Sotheby’s will be showcased at an exclusive auction preview at K11 MUSEA (11-18 June) and K11 ATELIER (12-18 June).
Chou is well known to the world for his heart-wrenching ballads and cross-genre discography spanning over 20 years. Showcasing his keen sense for artistry and his love for art, his curated masterpieces will later be sold under the hammer at an Evening sale on 18 June, and at Day Sales from 10 - 22 June.
Offering Chou’s distinguished selection of exceptional works, the highly anticipated Evening Sale on 18 June will be led by Jean-Michel Basquiat’s Untitled from 1985, an iconic work that was photographed with a portrait of the artist on the cover of The New York Times Magazine in the same year.
Also on the auction block are four sets of bespoke concert costumes worn during the artist’s seventh world tour, ‘The Invincible’ of which proceeds will go towards charity.
See the body of works from the Jay Chou x Sotheby’s collection at G/F Opera Theatre in K11 MUSEA and on G/F (11-18 June) and 21F of K11 ATELIER (12-18 June).
Hong Kong gets its very first temple dedicated to the world’s most popular toy building bricks, LEGO®, with the LEGO® Discovery Centre newly opened this March at K11 MUSEA. We break down some fun facts and key attractions that the city’s own keen builders are sure to look forward to.
Did you know the first LEGO® block was made from wood in 1932? Danish carpenter Ole Kirk Kristiansen came up with the word “LEGO®“ after the contracted Danish phrase leg godt, meaning “play well”. As machinery and plastics became readily available, the company’s iconic interlocking toy brick system was born, and LEGO® has since become the building blocks to bring imaginations to life.
Now standing on the world stage, the LEGO® brand not only offers its iconic toys, but also boardgames, films, video games, retail stores, and theme parks — including 27 LEGOLAND Discovery Centres all around the world, and with the latest opening at K11 MUSEA this March. Expect 10 exciting LEGO attractions at LEGOLAND ® Discovery Centre Hong Kong and look forward to a day of fun with the whole family
Taking a team of 46 LEGO Builders, 9 LEGO Designers, 4 Technicians and over 7,150 hours, MINILAND® is the first-of-its-kind miniature LEGO® replica of Hong Kong’s famous landmarks and streetways, including the Peak Tram, Star Ferry Central Pier, Temple Street and K11 MUSEA itself! The must-see attraction is worth spending time browsing as you spot all the intricate details.
For adventure seekers, the ride attraction Kingdom Quest is where you can embark on a mission to rescue a captured princess by defeating enemies along the way. You won’t want to miss Merlin’s Apprentice, either: a thrill ride where you can pedal your way to becoming the strongest wizard. Those who want to be floored by sights and sounds will want to check out the LEGO ® 4D Studio, as the 3D film transitions into a full-fledged 4D adventure — complete with rain, wind, and even snow, all under K11 MUSEA’s roof!
Testing your creativity (and the laws of physics) at the Master Build Classroom, LEGO ® Creative Workshop and Build & Test stations — particularly if you love to test the speed and durability of your race car creations.
And of course, who can forget the LEGO® Cafe, best reserved for a relaxing pitstop between all the exciting attractions, and the Gift Shop, featuring exclusive products only available at K11 MUSEA!
Rest assured, as the ultimate indoor kid’s playground, LEGOLAND® Discovery Centre is well-equipped with the sanitation and crowd control measures for the current situation, so parents and kids alike can play to their heart’s content with peace of mind.
Grab your tickets now and join us at LEGOLAND® Discovery Centre for a full day of LEGO® building fun!
Opening Hours: Weekdays, 11:00am-8:00pm (Last Entry: 7:00pm) | Weekends 10:00am - 9:00pm (Last Entry : 8:00pm)
Location: B131-133, B1/F, K11 MUSEA, Victoria Dockside, 18 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong, 2143 7300
Ticketing Information: Single Day Admission Passes from HK$240 per person; Annual Passes from HK$799 per person. Limited-time packages inclusive of special souvenirs also available at HK$499 (original price HK$629), click below to learn more!
BOSE is turning up the volume at K11 MUSEA for a limited time! Follow your ears to BOSE’s new pop-up located on the 3F of the cultural-retail destination and enjoy 10% off all regular-priced products!
Founded in 1964 by MIT professor Dr. Amar Bose with his patented research in electrical engineering, BOSE has been driven by its founding principle of investing in long-term research with one goal: to develop new audio technologies with real customer benefits. Today, BOSE’s innovations in sound have spanned decades and industries, creating and transforming the world of audio and beyond.
Hear the difference as you take your time indulging in velvety smooth vocals and heart-pumping bass lines at the home-theatre experience corner, available right at the pop-up. With a special limited-time discount on the Soundbar 700 with Base Module 700 and Home Speaker 300, let your ears be the judge of the top-of-the-line at-home surround sound setups and the latest wearable audio tech at the K11 MUSEA BOSE pop-up today!
KLUB 11 Member Exclusive:
Enjoy 10% off all regular-priced products.
Opening Hours: 11:00am - 9:00pm
Location: LA326, 3F, K11 MUSEA
1. This offer cannot be used in conjunction with other promotional offers.
2. In case of disputes, the decision of BOSE shall be final.
Other terms & conditions apply.
As part of the Art Karnival, K11 MUSEA unveils Italian design house Gufram's special collaboration with New York studio Snarkitecture in a worldwide-exclusive pink hue: 'BROKEN SERIES PINK EDITION'.
Furniture and design aficionados will be able to catch the iconic collection created in collaboration with artist Daniel Arsham and Alex Mustonen at a unique pop-up showcase at MUSE EDITION. Playing with the senses in a fun, ambiguous manner, the furniture collection appears to be made of concrete at first sight though soft to the touch, thanks to Gufram’s signature foam and paint that mimics the cold-hard material.
With a total of three creations on display: The BROKEN MIRROR, SQUARE MIRROR and BROKEN BENCH (coming soon), join the Art Karnival Tour to explore the pieces up close. Limited pieces are also available for sale.
CLICK HERE TO BOOK our daily Art Karnival Tours to discover our most intriguing masterpieces!
Gufram BROKEN SERIES PINK EDITION