Posts Tagged ‘shanghai’

Taco Bell Feng Sheng Li by The Swimming Pool, Shanghai – China

April 23rd, 2018

Instead of generic outdoor arrangements, the Taco Bell design team took things to the next level and separated the alley space into several clusters to cater to different group sizes and dining habits, such as including a one sided bench where individuals can sit casually or where small groups can hang out and socialize.

UOOYAA office by XCoD (X&Collective Design), Shanghai – China

April 19th, 2018

In order to echo the working space and conference area on the ground floor, we opened several holes on the second floor, and connected the two floors with some plants and leaves. We also put up some gathering areas around the plants for people to meet and chat. The greeneries are like vertical extensions, penetrating in the two layers of space, inviting sun beams from the upper floor to the ground.

Learning Education rebranding by United Design Practice, Shanghai – China

April 15th, 2018

In visual communications, we used solid colors as background, with two purposes in mind. The first is so that the different combinations of L & E words can be understood quickly as that is the core essence of the brand.

Dior – The Art of Color exhibition, Shanghai – China

March 28th, 2018

The exhibition is held at the Moca Shanghai, and features a scenography by Paris-based agency La Mode en Images. The show includes Lutens’s expressive and personal makeup through multiple films, Tyen’s sexy colour concept with numerous photographs, and multiple makeup designs co-designed by Richard Burbridge and Peter Philips.

ASH stores by Francesc Rifé Studio, Shanghai – China

March 22nd, 2018

The hard lines of this brass spine is defined from one of the most important elements of the project: a golden partial ceiling, symbol of the personality of ASH. It is characterised for integrating multiple holes from which light is projected, following the needs of the space; while other orifices are prepared to add lamps and hanging shelves, at the same time that they allow to fix the main structures.

OIAM Boutique by NONG STUDIO, Shanghai – China

March 8th, 2018

On the second floor, its function wanders between display and living room. The soft white window gauze builds a comfortable and gentle shopping experience. You can flip through VOGUE sitting in the Wegner shell chair or have small talks, slumping in the peacock blue vintage sofa in the VIP room.

Ideas Lab offices by X+Living, Shanghai – China

March 1st, 2018

For the shape of the whole space, though we take factories of the Age of Steam as the prototype, we cut off the complex parts, and kept only the most basic functional parts, which includes practical compositions such as reaction tanks, energy delivery pipes and walking platforms for engineers. These main functional parts also reflect corresponding activities which are going to happen here.

Huayue Court Peking Duck restaurant by Golucci Interior Architects, Shanghai – China

February 19th, 2018

Designers divided the whole space (over 600 square metres) by using semi transparent screens and Chinese garden windows. Creating a picture in the scene and a scene in the picture, both of them complement each other, forming a wonderful visual centre.

Shanghai Jing’an House T2-115, T2-135, Zhabei District / Shanghai – China

February 4th, 2018

The dominant tone of master bedroom is the calm brown and gray color, and the texture of furniture is a mixture of gold, wood, knitting wool and leather. Matched with the abstract carpet, it achieved a harmonious sense of depth.

Nong Studio office, Shanghai – China

January 25th, 2018

In terms of texture, in addition to the hundred-year wood structure, modern materials such as brass, glass, marble and stainless steel are applied, thus realizing an inter-dialogue between history and modernity.

UOOYAA Office by X&Collective Design, Shanghai – China

January 23rd, 2018

The venue used to be a warehouse of a former space factory. We kept the original structure of the warehouse, made only simple amendment and renovation to the original ceilings.

My Dream Wedding Boutique by Nong Studio, Shanghai – China

January 15th, 2018

We prepared a “secret garden” for young girls to make the wedding gown shop become the place where young girls’ dreams are hidden. In order to create the conception of unexpectedly entering a time and space, we use materials to invert the interior and exterior spaces.

DOE Store by B.L.U.E. Architecture Studio, Shanghai – China

January 9th, 2018

Based on the Street Culture branding of DOE, the design of the store introduces the concept of street and city. As the store opens up to the street, bringing in urban landscape, the boundary between inside and outside is dissolved.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.