FuseHub is a startup which provides co-working, co-living and quality incubation services in a mixed-use building, where users can access services to fulfil all their daily necessities in 15 minutes. FuseHub is a fusion of the advantages of working from home and co-working, promoting a healthy work life balance.


The population in Shanghai has been growing and the city center become more and more crowded. There is a lack of space for new development in the city center.

Because of the lack of space, the property price in the city center has kept increasing, and it is costly to rent or buy a property.

The traditional offices for small-medium enterprises is unable to scale up to size according to their need. Moreover, they could not meet the new need for hybrid workforce.

Work-related mental health problems have affected negatively the productivity of employees and have been a huge cost for employers.

FuseHub is a solution to these problems related to work environment.

It is located in a mixed-use building in Zhangjiang hi-tech park, Shanghai, which is called China’s silicon valley. Though not located in the city center, it has easy access to the central business district.

The common solutions for work space are renting a space in industrial buildings, office buildings, co-working space, or working from home.

Compared with the common work spaces, FuseHub provides a solution combining the advantages of co-working space and work from home.

In comparison, FuseHub is more affordable with a high variety of services.










FuseHub  is a project of IAAC, Institute for Advanced Architecture of Catalonia developed in the Master in Advanced Architecture 2020/21 by:

Student: Ka Man Lee

Faculty: Davide Rovera