Opus Hong Kong
General information
TypeResidential apartments
Architectural styleDeconstructivism
Location53 Stubbs Road
Hong Kong
Coordinates22°16′09″N 114°10′27″E / 22.2693°N 114.1742°E / 22.2693; 114.1742
Roof42.62 m (139.8 ft)
Technical details
Floor count12
Floor area3,020 m2 (32,500 sq ft)
Design and construction
Architect(s)Gehry Partners
Ronald Lu and Partners
DeveloperSwire Properties
Other information
Number of units12

Opus Hong Kong (Chinese: 傲璇; Jyutping: ngou6 syun4; pinyin: Àoxuán) is a 12-storey, 42.62 m (139.8 ft) residential high-rise completed in 2012 at 53 Stubbs Road on Mid-Levels in Hong Kong. The project was designed by Frank Gehry in collaboration with Ronald Lu and Partners, and developed by Swire Properties. It was Gehry's first Asian residential project.[4]

The building consists of 12 residential units which range from 560 to 640 m2 (6,000 to 6,900 sq ft), including two duplexes with pools. Additional features on the 3,020 m2 (32,500 sq ft) site include underground parking, swimming pools, gyms, rainwater recycling for irrigation, and electric car charge systems. A 580 m2 (6,200 sq ft) apartment, taking up the entire eighth floor, became the most expensive apartment in Hong Kong when it was sold for HK$470 million in August 2012.[5]

The British Consul-General to Hong Kong has resided here since 2013.[6]

See also


  1. ^ "Opus Hong Kong". CTBUH Skyscraper Center.
  2. ^ "Emporis building ID 354468". Emporis. Archived from the original on 13 January 2021.
  3. ^ Adrian Lo (11 August 2015). "HKFP Lens: Four examples of deconstructivist architecture in Hong Kong". Hong Kong Free Press. Retrieved 29 November 2019.
  4. ^ Frederik Balfour (14 April 2012). "Gehry Luxury Tower Boasts Hong Kong's Priciest View". Bloomberg. Retrieved 17 October 2012.
  5. ^ Megan Willett (27 August 2012). "A Hong Kong Apartment Just Sold for a Record $61 Million". The Business Insider. Retrieved 17 October 2012.
  6. ^ "Britain's Hong Kong Consul General in £35 million flat".