Posts Tagged ‘Beijing’

Soupexpress restaurant by Exclaim, BeiJing – China

May 21st, 2017

In this space, we used titanium rose-plated mix marble to make lamps, which can display the delicate atmosphere and also present the value of food culture.

cottonREPUBLIC flagship store by Ramoprimo, Beijing – China World Mall

May 17th, 2017

The resulting structure is floating in the space surprising and surrounding the customers, like an oversized patterned women’s tights, a wrap-around roller coaster track, or the bent portion of a psychedelic Eiffel tower.

Juanxiaoxian canteen by The Swimming Pool Studio, Beijing – China

April 26th, 2017

The form and shape of roll run through the entire space, combine with wood, terrazzo, green wall and other materials that bring fashion, elegance and healthy branding image to the clients.

Xishaoye restaurant by Golucci International Design, Beijing – China

April 13th, 2017

The pillars symbolize the towering trees, the long public seats are wrapped around the tree, and becoming the dining table, people around the “tree” can enjoy cool meal, and from the pillar part it reduces the height of the bench.

Greybox Coffee café, Beijing – China

March 3rd, 2017

Called Greybox Coffee, it’s a newly launched division of chinese high-end flower shop Roseonly, and its very first branch has found an appropriate home at Beijing Kerry Centre, one of many glittering high-rise complexes in this high energy part of town. Special attention has been given to the ceiling lighting, comprising of an expansive grid of wooden boxes, each encasing a spotlight.

A02 store by Purge, Beijing – China

February 28th, 2017

There is a shop mascot named “Little Black”, created by A02. She is a confident and playful cat. A02 store becomes her cozy living space.

751 creative industrial office by hyperSity office, Beijing – China

February 20th, 2017

The original large instrument box was transformed into the locker room and storage space after repairmen and repainting. The terrazzo floor below the instrument box was retained and polished.

Dutch Lab booth at 2016 Art Beijing, Beijing – China

February 17th, 2017

Dutch Lab exhibition booth is all made of white paper that comprised in Dutch Lab’s characteristic, layering style.

Coffee Craft Café by United Units Architects, Beijing – China

February 13th, 2017

The bar comprises of wall panels of shiny steel and capsule-shaped copper equivalents on the ceiling. Arguably the most appealing part of Coffee Craft is the seating area with a visually stunning indoor cactus garden as a focal point.

Jiuxi wedding exhibition by Clou Architects, Beijing – China

January 31st, 2017

Beijing wedding planners Jiuxi reimagines its services with 21st century relevance in an exhibition designed by Clou Architects. Keeping Jiuxi’s modernist approach and high-end aesthetic in mind, Clou transformed the interior of a 90s building into a highly sensorial, visceral environment integrated with VR and other technologies.

Mobvoi Inc. HQ office by David Ho Design Studio, Beijing – China

January 16th, 2017

The outline of two orange glass meeting rooms attached on the left side of the reception area looks like the two Chinese characters, so that the logo and space makes a perfect combination reflecting the company image.

inSports Beijing by Powerhouse Company, Beijing – China

January 10th, 2017

This high-end multifunctional venue facilitates activities like virtual skiing, virtual sports and endurance classes, while placing them in a social setting. Projections on floor and walls create a wide array of simulated environments. During the night the area is turned into a dance club. inSports follows a new trend in Chinese retail where live action and participation becomes an integral part of the retail experience.

V-Shine Oysters Bar by a+a workshop design, Beijing – China

January 5th, 2017

The project is inspired by the concept of marine. We want to show a histrorical charm era about 1930s-1940s. We use some marine elements such as cruise ship door, scuttle, reef stone…..the material of the space including brass, brick wall, walnut wall panel, ceramic tiles and marble mosaic.

Hall within the Cloud by Office PROJECT, Beijing – China

December 28th, 2016

Through the corner of room export, people enter from one room to another, through the open of every corner, form a visual corridors through buildings.

CHAO hotel lighting design by GD-Lighting Design, Beijing – China

December 22nd, 2016

Lighting design also breaks all the traditional boundaries, drawing on design practices of public interiors, and integrated with the design concepts of exterior and art galleries; abandoned the traditional hotel lighting methods of decorative lighting.

LE PUR – pop-up shop by Ramoprimo, Beijing – China

December 13th, 2016



These semi-transparent decorative elements mainly re-propose the idea of wooden cranes used for traditional fruit stands in street markets, and this feeling is reinforced by creating a striped canopy on the external shop’s facade. A slope ceiling invites customer to focus on the main yogurt display on top of the counter.

Garage, café and offices by Neri & Hu, Beijing – China

December 1st, 2016



The industrial character of the factory is retained with four main brick walls remain untouched. The introduction and combination of materials chosen by Neri & Hu makes for an inviting interior which takes advantage of the mechanical and industrial theme.

Blue Moon Films office by Cun-Design, Beijing – China

November 27th, 2016



Our first impression on this house is that it is out of tune with today’s people and their way of living. We maintained its original structure during the renovation, and formed a contrasting boundary between old and new within the project.

FUOCO PIZZA by a+a workshop design, Beijing – China

November 25th, 2016



The concept outdoor inside show us a scence view about a corner of outdoor park. We use street lamp and the cast iron handrail even the corrugated sheet iron on the wall. Look through the window it likes tropical style. More natural feeling got when people eat here.

InterContinental Hotel lighting by GD-Lighting Design, Beijing – China

November 24th, 2016

In order to avoid the feeling of oppression from the tall empty lobby, light was used to represent a touching effect to its most extent in this space and it guides people’s focus on each small design detail, adding vividness into the space.