Posts Tagged ‘Lukstudio’

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.

Atelier Peter Fong by Lukstudio, Guangzhou – China

January 3rd, 2017

Large cut-outs connect the café to the exterior and frame the surrounding greenery. On the inside, white ceiling pockets and wooden niches create a sense of intimacy.

Chuang x Yi: The Modular Lilong by Lukstudio, Shanghai – China

July 22nd, 2016

Despite the clear boundary between the stone pavement and the wooden flooring, the open display allows a fluid visual dialogue between the urban lane and the elegantly stacked houses.

Longxiaobao restaurant by Lukstudio, Beijing – China

May 4th, 2016

Though a consistent palette of exposed cement wall, rusted-metal frame, wooden tables and display boxes has been applied; three different dining ambiences are created.

Aimé Patisserie by LUKSTUDIO, Shanghai – China

November 26th, 2015



The White Gift Box – Aimé Patisserie by LUKSTUDIO

The Noodle Rack by Lukstudio, Changsha – China

October 6th, 2015

As one proceeds towards the halo surrounding the grid structure, the interior layers start revealing themselves. Firstly, the original wall is stripped down to its structural blocks to resonate with the rustic metal grid.

The Tree Project & Twiggy Table by Lukstudio, Shanghai – China

June 29th, 2015



The Tree ProjectTo create a store identity for a cupcake brand, Lukstudio thought one common ground between finishing a cupcake and an interior could be the idea of sculpting.

Office around a tree by Lukstudio, Shanghai – China

January 3rd, 2015

We then surround our tree with the spaces we would spend most of our time in, namely the conference room and our working area. A floor-to-ceiling double-glazing enclosure allows our tree to be omnipresent. Additionally, we devised a way to physically ‘bring’ the tree inside by capturing its shadows.

Coquille French seafood bistro by Lukstudio, Shanghai – China

April 5th, 2014

Stepping slightly down from the rustic street-scape, diners are greeted with an air of sophistication created by bronze-inlayed floor signage and a seafood bar lined with metal dental moldings. Looking beyond, a refined space composed of beige walls, marble mosaics, ceiling moldings and walnut furniture is revealed.