Posts Tagged ‘Hangzhou’

STRATA Serviced Penthouse Apartment by Beige Design Ltd, Hangzhou – China

December 13th, 2017

The design objective was to instil a sense of homely warmth across the interior, from the private and common areas to the elevators. At the entrance the elevator walls feature welcoming warm light oak and leather.

Seed of city bookstore by Kyle Chan & Associates Design, Hangzhou – China

November 15th, 2017

In continuation of its exploration on the relation between design and cities, Karv One applies the natural elements into the design of space and gives it a dynamic sense of life while strengthening the connection between brand design and Hangzhou culture.

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.

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.

Diaoyutai Hotel by CCD, Hangzhou – China

April 3rd, 2017

Exploring changes from the subtle details, the boardroom is no longer a rigorous gesture with a unique ingenuity of the orange-red color, where Chinese calligraphy is vertically hanging on the wall, and black and white ink based picture of the West Lake and red cedar is in the opposite wall.

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.

Wheat Youth Arts Hotel by X+Living, Hangzhou – China

December 31st, 2016

Target customers of Wheat Youth Arts Hotel are young people or people who think they are still young. The goal is to design a hotel which itself will flirt with tourists, and a place welcomes tourists to tease at each other. The hotel is located in Binjiang District, Hangzhou, and within the trade area of Avenue of Stars.

JOOOS Fitting Room by X+Living, Hangzhou – China

December 20th, 2016

Milky white textured walls and white floor create a clean and white space. Bamboo poles are set up and hemp rope is used to connect them, clothes racks are thus formed.

Just Orange Cinema by PMDL Architecture + Design, Hangzhou – China

December 7th, 2016

Bold, oversized, saturated colour numbers used as feature entrances to each of the cinema screens create an outstanding, contemporary visual feast, both aiding in the ease of circulation for the patrons as well as composing a juxtaposition against the raw concrete finishes.

Ripple Hotel by XL-MUSE, Hangzhou – China

June 16th, 2016

In the lobby, we have caved two leaf boats out of real wood. One of the boats is dangling and floating in the air with a support, like being filled up water here. Oars are artistically screen and ornaments, complemented with the “floating chair” as upright as lotus.

Zhongshuge-Hangzhou bookstore by XL-MUSE, Hangzhou – China

May 24th, 2016

At the heart of the bookshop stands the ‘Zhongshuge’ hall – a theatrical reading area which displays a large encompassing bookshelf that circles a clear meditative space at its center.

Underline cafe by by LYCS Architecture, Hangzhou – China

April 20th, 2016

The inner space is clean and tidy. Rows of Bookcases on the wall are made of wooden boards and metal sheets. Wooden tables with gray sofas are both comfortable and user-friendly. Elegant and different-height chairs in the middle of the dinning area bring lively elements into this friendly place.

NAWain fashion store by Purge, Hangzhou – China

February 26th, 2016

The space is decorated with different shapes and styles of the photo frames to present the evidence of her travel, as well as the ideas generated from the trips. All the objects inside the frame represent her style of living as well.

V+ Lounge by LYCS Architecture & Studio Waffles, Hangzhou – China

February 24th, 2016

Meanwhile, there are flexible ribbon-like light coming from scattering lights near the corridor as if one can only experience when he travels in the sparkling underwater world.

Heike Store by AN, Hangzhou – China

January 9th, 2016



The soaring emergence of China’s middle class has greatly boosted the quality and diversity of retail in its leading cities, but it’s now gaining new momentum with improved offerings in a number of second-tier urban hubs such as Hangzhou.

RMEO Store by Purge Limited, Hangzhou – China

October 21st, 2015



The original concept of RMEO’s interior design is initiated by the CEO\’s meticulous mind – \”Romance is like an apple wrapped by layers of foam nets.

Kerry Properties Limited’s Green Box by Totems, Hangzhou – China

August 28th, 2014

The Green box is literally a cool temporary building presented by Kerry Properties to all people of Hangzhou during this hot summer. Climbing plants cover different parts over the entire length of the building, which literally brings the structure to life.

Kale Cafe by Yamo, Hangzhou – China

July 31st, 2014

In Qianjiang garden café located on the second floor, due to the limited height of ceiling, several tree lights are scattered into the space, reflecting the theme repeatedly, at the same time, meeting the needs of lighting of the space.