Posts Tagged ‘china’

WeWork Weihai Lu co-working space by Linehouse, Shanghai – China

February 20th, 2017

The existing steel structure is painted ivy green, with a new black metal and black stained OSB handrail leaner wrapping the triple height space, allowing guests to be spectators to the activities below.

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.

Nike+ Run Club by Coordination Asia and local architecture, Shanghai – China

February 19th, 2017

Nike has cleverly added a striking pop-up platform in Shanghai that serves as an extension for its popular range of running shoes. The newest Nike+ Run Club is captured by two striking pavilions on the premises of Shanghai Times Square, a high-end mall situated right in the heart of this bustling city.

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.

The Landwave office by PAL Design, Shanghai – China

February 12th, 2017

This new working landscape composed of positive and negative spaces – wrapped around with a radically aseptic combination of white corian and a layer of natural timber. As a result of the lopping envelope, a diversity of space was provided for meeting and interaction.

BLEND coffee bar by Kostandian, Shenzhen – China

February 11th, 2017

BLEND’s design caters to the taste of young techies populating the area of the industrial zone. Based on the location and the young demographic of the area, it was decided to have a minimalist approach to the design of both visual identity and interior, following the principles of the icon of clean design in the tech industry – Apple.

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.

Yakiniku Master restaurant by Golucci International Design, Shanghai – China

January 23rd, 2017

Radial branches often reminiscent of relationship tree branches using this image, reflecting the state of human communication, through the branches of the conversion into a table layout, desktop and on the roof, creating a small village like settlements in special dining experience.

Huafa & City Hub Sales Center Office by Shenzhen Rongor Design, Wuhan – China

January 19th, 2017

We place extended real interior and exterior waterscapes on both sides of the entrance, expecting to create a sense of “returning to the nature” in hustling metropolis. In spatial facade design, the fine and smooth water ripples in the wall made of white jade echo ripple textures formed by changed parts in upper horizontal lines.

SuperModelFit by ASIG Design, Shanghai – China

January 18th, 2017

One of the driving concepts for the brand is creating a homey, bright, comfortable space for its all-women clientele to exercise in an environment that emphasizes no judgments.

Guangxi Silkgarden Resort and Spa by Shenzhen Rongor Design & Consultant Co, Guangxi – China

January 17th, 2017

Silkgarden Resort and Spa, is situated at this pastoral scene, which is described with the verse “Fairy water falls on earth, and beautiful scenery is looming in the mist.

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.

Seclusive Jiangnan Boutique Hotel by gad, Hangzhou – China

January 15th, 2017

The interior majorly uses wood material. The design pursues a more intimate and home-like environment. The first two floors are mainly flowing public space divided by bookshelves. Seclusive Jiangnan Boutique Hotel is equipped with restaurant, café, library, gallery and residence to provide an enjoyable experience.

Si-Pu Nabe restaurant by Golucci International Design, Shanghai – China

January 12th, 2017

To distinguish the central area and the traditional dining room area, the designers think over the enclosure tool and enclosure mode. They want to create a different dining experience by using a special screen. Through continuously refining and adjusting, the semi-enclosed spaces are eventually formed and decorated by different hues of wood stripes which are curved on the top.

DressingForFun store by NTYPE, Chengdu – China

January 12th, 2017

In the design, this open space is revealed, transformed into three green patios, and a transparent glass pavilion connecting the front and the back, providing the space with a continuous sense of interior/exterior with natural light, enriching, and adding stimulating moments to the overall experience of the space.

Bread Etc cafe by Studio Yaron Tal, Shanghai – China

January 10th, 2017

Bread etc. is a bakery and café located in Shanghai, China. The bakery serves a variety of fresh bread baked in the large back kitchen and also a lot of dairy dishes. Designed as a European classic Brasserie & café, all materials used brings Europe into China.

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.

Hui Origin of Everything installation by C.DD, Foshan – China

January 9th, 2017

Visitors could come into this space alone through a narrow entrance, walk slowly and circle the space with the playing of background music which has a sense of ritual. While looking through the gaps between the bamboos, semi-finished Chinese Southern lion and Chinese leather drum placed in the centre could be seen; it is like a journey from outside to inside of both your inner self and the environment.

The First Words of Paper exhibition by INS architecture studio, Tianjin – China

January 7th, 2017

“The First Words of Paper”- the original voice of a paper, it is spontaneous, just like the baby voice. It present a complete state, an original state or a final state. INS focus the process from the beginning to the ending, it means the forming process.