Posts Tagged ‘china’

Greybox Coffee Café by Drawing Design Studio, Chengdu – China

May 11th, 2017

The palette is defined by variations of grey, largely captured by panels of galvanized steel, tiled flooring, and walls dipped in anthracite, all offset by the warm tones of timber-clad sections and wooden furnishings.

Lu Ming Tang flagship store by Design Overlay, Hangzhou – China

May 9th, 2017

From Parisian inspiration with Louis XVI furniture’s to Chinese ornaments arranged with French moldings tradition, the whole space derives from the mélange of two of the richest Cultures in the world.

FUO store by Lukstudio, Wuhan – China

May 7th, 2017

Behind an unassuming storefront is a space dominated by a spiral of mirrors, where hats front myriad reflections.

FlaHalo Office by Narration, Shenzhen – China

May 5th, 2017

A big bookshelf develops an interesting relationship in the open office. An extra corridor encourages people to stay for a private moment and begin a chat to someone sit opposite.

Tredia China office space by Mitsuhiro Shoji, Shanghai – China

May 3rd, 2017

Controlled by a pure white color, the interiors were developed by Mitsuhiro Shoji as various spaces defined by movable mesh panels and furniture laid out in a limited square meter.

T.LOFT Experience Museum by CM design, ShenZhen – China

May 3rd, 2017

This project is located in east side of Fuxiang street which is the important commercial street in Futian village, large number of people from “Huan Qing Cultural Square” are gathering to accelerate the development and upgrade of existing commercial street shop.

Woven Hostel buildings by Anna Heringer, Baoxi – China

April 30th, 2017

A total of three structures explored bamboo used in contemporary ways. Unlike traditional houses that hide mud behind fake facades, this project celebrated the beauty of bamboo in its exposed and natural form.

Zhanjiang Race Steak House by C.DD, Zhanjiang – China

April 28th, 2017

The contrast of different materials as white wall, wood and leather make a richly textured space. Green brings a sense of vividness and nature to the space. Attention to details is reflected in furnishing, where leather, wood and steel create a historical feeling and black chairs and white tables make the space clean and tidy.

Magmode store by Rigi Design, Hangzhou – China

April 27th, 2017

Magmode stocks items by Chinese and Asian designers who are at the forefront of fashion, and the brand list currently includes names such as designer Masha Ma’s first men’s line mattitude, Sean Suen’s collection Sean by Sean, and Jiazheng Xu’s arc atelier line.

Eco-Tech Island Exhibition Centre by NBBJ, Nanjing – China

April 26th, 2017

The Nanjing Eco-Tech Island Exhibition Centre was designed by NBBJ as part of a masterplan that will see an island in the Yangtze River transformed into a sustainable park and campus for high-tech innovation.

Club-House by Studio Marco Piva, Shanghai – China

April 26th, 2017

Marco Piva has been appointed to study the best solution for a sample house of a complex of 72 villas, combining an absolutely contemporary sign with traditional Chinese one.

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.

Shenzhen hotel and cultural centre by Aether Architects, Shenzen – China

April 20th, 2017

The interior features whitewashed walls, with glossy surface treatments used for the floors and ceilings helping to enhance the bright feel. Wooden furniture and plants introduce natural details.

Mailmain office by Hannah Churchill, Shanghai – China

April 18th, 2017

The interior makes use of simple raw materials to create an industrial yet professional aesthetic. The Mailman branding colours or red and blue add bright pops of colour to the overall space.

Cobra Lily restaurant by Hannah Churchill, Shanghai – China

April 18th, 2017

The original early 1900’s decorative Chinese archways have been kept creating a secret alleyway. Opening into this alleyway you discover the bar and lounge area. A two storey atrium complete with a floating DJ booth, creates a dramatic entrance.

Klee Klee store by Aim, Shanghai – China

April 16th, 2017

And as the façade woodwork already signals, furnishings have been kept simple and functional, comprising of wooden display tables, chairs and shelving, paired with clothing racks made from black metal.

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.

Rico Gems Store by Design Overlay, Shanghai – CHINA

April 8th, 2017

Overlay created for them a discovery journey for customers to experience all aspects of Jewelry creation. Starting from the raw material extracted from the earth. Then making its way to the craftsmen Workshop; to finally reveal itself in a cozy & luxurious setting.

Baichuan International Cinema by UM DESIGN, Shenzhen – China

April 7th, 2017

Based on the original functions of a cinema, the concept of reading is integrated into the movie house to meet the client’s needs for diversified operations. The book lounge is the functional complement to the cinema, as audience finds it a perfect spot to stay before their movie starts.

The Drama Hotel by Taipei Base Design Center (TBDC), Shanghai – China

April 6th, 2017

Here is “The Drama”, it’s a hotel, but also the best theater. Not long time ago, one of the masterpieces of Immersive Theatre “Sleep No More” was finally confirmed to be played in Shanghai in December, 2016. By the coming of this drama, “Life in Atour” starts to run “The Drama” officially.