Posts Tagged ‘china’

Nic’s Planet by Mur Mur Lab, Jiangsu Sheng – China

January 8th, 2018

The circle is the motif we found, which is both extended and centripetal, complete but flexible enough. The circular combination is compatible with the tortuous boundaries of the site, and providing a strong subjective geometric order.

Hauser & Wirth Pop-up Bookshop by dongqi Architects, Shanghai – China

January 5th, 2018

The pavilion is assembled in the 3-story-high space facing the main entrance to communicate the ethos of Hauser & Wirth by showcasing H&W publications, selected artist products and the story of the Hauser & Wirth gallery and farm in Somerset, England.

Reading Food and Slow Living restaurant by xyi design, Nanning – China

January 4th, 2018

The solid oak floor was made from old wood salvaged from old homes. The wall consists of thick cement bricks that have been hand-stripped to make them resemble charcoal. The abundant light pouring on the many green plants and the charcoal tones of the wood create an atmosphere that makes people naturally slow down, enjoy themselves, and savor their food in complete relaxation.

Lu Ming Tang boutique store by Design Overlay, Shanghai – China

January 4th, 2018

The boutique store follows the same principle of the flagship store: a modern interpretation of Louis XVI style furniture with a nature touch of tea leafs. The visual merchandising took references from a real tea room by displaying product inside a glass container with cover just as desserts and tea leafs.

Brick Kiln Folk Inn & Museum – Interior Design by H DESIGN, Kunshan City – China

January 4th, 2018

The main theme of the interior design is extended with the index of architecture, extracting Jiangnan taste, brick culture and Chinese classical garden culture, aims to achieve the harmony and unity between modernity and tradition.

Unicorn x Basement by Hejidesign, Shenzhen – China

January 3rd, 2018

Connected by floating clothes hangers, the display areas are scattered throughout the center of the store, making it difficult to miss important sections. Shoppers freely move around the store, losing track of time among the displays.

Pure House Boutique Hotel by Yueji Architectural Design Office, Diancang Shan – China

December 28th, 2017

Pure House creates a unique spatial experience based on a series of narrative spaces integrating with narrative sites.

HEMA restaurant by The Swimming Pool Studio, Shanghai – China

December 27th, 2017

The inspiration came from the busy seafood market during the fishing season. For the materials, we used some bamboo, red sandstone tile and handmade ceramic tiles and other rich materials, to create a restaurant with the feeling of warm, lively and relax atmosphere.

Lianzhou Museum of Photography by O-office Architects, Lianzhou – China

December 27th, 2017

The architect tries to break down the institutional and commemorative tradition of the museum into a three-dimensional exhibition tour that is co-existed with the old city’s morphology.

Sewn Timber Shell by ICD University of Stuttgart + DDRC Tongji University, Shenzhen – China

December 26th, 2017

Fabric is replaced by thin sheets of plywood, which establishes an altered relation between material pliability and stiffness and thus introduces loadbearing capacity to the novel material system.

Cordis hotel by LTW Designworks, Hongqiao / Shanghai – China

December 25th, 2017

The hotel guestrooms exude a subtle yet sophisticated simplicity. Rooms and suites feature bespoke furniture and fittings in muted tones of white and grey.

Grand Hyatt Changsha Hotel by LTW Designworks, Changsha – China

December 21st, 2017

The expansive lobby showcases a striking red and white feature wall with dramatic vertical fins rendered in lacquered wave patterns.

Sea World Culture and Art Center exhibition hall by MVRDV, Shenzhen – China

December 14th, 2017

MVRDV’s design for the main exhibition hall of the Sea World Culture and Art Center located in Shekou, Shenzhen responds to the biennial theme; ‘Minding the Digital’ and considers the myriad forms of digital creativities that are critical to China’s shift from a historic manufacturing centre to its current reinvention as an innovative hub.

STRATA Serviced Penthouse Apartment by Beige Design Ltd, Hangzhou – China

December 13th, 2017

The design objective was to instil a sense of homely warmth across the interior, from the private and common areas to the elevators. At the entrance the elevator walls feature welcoming warm light oak and leather.

Sir Ovenn Bakery by Shark&Shark, Shanghai – China

December 12th, 2017

Jumping triangles on counter and flooring are cut from black square tiles. Halos from hairline finish brass gives a warm and savoury ambience to the space.

Tianjin Sino-Canadian Ecological Exhibition & Reception Center by CCDI Progressive Atelier, Tianjin – China

December 11th, 2017

Umbrella-like structural wooden columns are designed around the center of the space. Eight inclined columns diverge to the roof and top of the primary and secondary beams to form a rectangular lighting skylight.

V&M Showroom by Shark&Shark, Shanghai – China

December 11th, 2017

Copper sheets are laser cut in a pattern that allows freeform rebuild, and connected into larger piece by rivets. The final sheet simulates a solidified moment of fabric movement, playing as background wall at the entrance, with brass rivets composing brand logo at the center.

The People’s Station by People’s Architecture Office, Yantan / Shandong – China

December 7th, 2017

The building itself is an accumulation of the most exemplary projects created by People’s Architecture Office over the past seven years including the People’s Canopy, the Plugin Prefabricated System, and the Tricycle House. The complex is designed to be a vibrant addition to the larger social fabric of the city of Yantai, actively engaging with its citizens.

Wenzhou MiFang Industry Park by FAX ARCHITECTS, Wenzhou / Zhejiang – China

November 28th, 2017

The new owner hopes to transform the flour mill into a multi-purpose space integrating recreation, entertainment and cultural experience. This also brings a new challenge to the architects. Consider the way to protect the industrial plant to achieve recycling and make it integrate into modern life.

Children Education Center by Taipei Base Design Center, Pudong / Shanghai – China

November 22nd, 2017

To meet children’s need for a complete and reasonable knowledge system and compensate for the existing kindergartens and traditional nursery education, Children Education Center adopts the basic STEAM concept and selects fifteen international elite courses to encourage children’s development and progress in science, technology, engineering, art, and math, making up for Chinese nursery education.