Posts Tagged ‘Penda’

XinXian Inn Hotel by Penda, Beijing – China

January 8th, 2018

Throughout Beijing, the rich culture and vivid life-style of the Hutong areas are mostly getting replaced by high-profitable and shallow real-estate blocks. With the XinXian Inn Hotel, we tried to incorporate the atmosphere and history of the Hutong areas into a hospitality design.

“Urban Nest” for MINI LIVING’s Shanghai Mini Life Exposition by Penda

December 2nd, 2017

Penda chooses 3 by 3 by 3 cubic space as the basic module which is used for at least one practical functional requirement, including living room, kitchen, dining room, gym, reading room, study room or bedroom etc. Every module can be combined with each other or extended flexibly according to user’s requirement.

Hongkun Art Auditorium by Chris Precht, Bejing – China

March 9th, 2017

Penda was asked by Residential and Cultural Developer Hongkun to design a meeting space that hosts lectures, readings, small exhibitions and an area for trading artworks. Within this cultural district, there was a desire to connect the public to artists as well to create a direct link to art itself. Visitors enter the Art Space through a monolithic facade that connects its appearance to the neighbouring Museum.

Wakaka temporary store by Penda, Tianjin – China

April 8th, 2016

The boxes form a modular arrangement, designed to represent digital pixels. The units have been coupled together to form a continuous landscape that spans the length of the store.

Sound Wave Installation by Penda at Myrtle Tree Garden, Xiangyang – China

July 14th, 2015



Penda pierces China\’s growing urban landscape with artificial natureXIANGYANG – No fewer than 500 rectangular ‘fins’ feature in a 5000-m2 landscape installation that rises from a plaza on the outskirts of Xiangyang, a city in the Chinese province of Hubei.

Home Café by Penda, Beijing – China

August 28th, 2014



The café chain will incorporate various concept versions to offer spaces to breathe in heavily polluted areas of China.

Hongkun Art Gallery / Art Arcadion by Penda, Beijing

January 18th, 2014

Multiple arches altering in size and orientation create a continuous, gentle curve which becomes a sculptural interpretation of the landscape paintings, that are exhibited in the gallery.