Posts Tagged ‘shanghai’

Gentle Monster store, Shanghai – China

September 6th, 2017

An evocative retail space has been created, using different materials, artful objects and nifty, moving installations that all allude to the aforementioned theme.

Ginshariya Restaurant by Tsutsumi & Associates, Shanghai – China

August 25th, 2017

We referred and extended flying rafter which is often used at the traditional Zen temple, and by overlapping several layers of rafters, we construct a step-like dynamic ceiling to express powerful orientality.

ALL SH store by Linehouse, Shanghai – China

August 24th, 2017

Responding to the urban context of the store, Linehouse realizes a curved stainless steel installation which operates as a retail system on the interior, as well as a dynamic façade treatment. Perforated stainless steel panels with a graphical treatment of varying punctures and patterns were inserted, shifting between the inside and outside.

Lotus Dessert by Atelier TAO + C, Shanghai – China

August 23rd, 2017

The designer intends to recall the memories of a traditional street food stall with simple contemporary design language. The fabric curtain signs, menu handwritten on a wooden board convey an ordinary everyday life atmosphere, but also with a sense of strangeness in an urban environment.

Do-Do-store by Taipei Base Design Center, Shanghai – China

August 22nd, 2017

Do-Do-store by Taipei Base Design Center, Shanghai – China

AA Jia Curry House by Spacemen, Shanghai – China

August 14th, 2017


Symbolic of the restaurant’s name sake, ‘Jia’ means ‘Home’ thus we created a space that represented the notion of coming home for a warm meal.

Jian Li Ju Theatre by More Design Office, Shanghai – China

August 4th, 2017

When it is time, each participant in the production enters a small changing space, highlighted by an eerie number projected from a pinhole aperture on to the dark corridor floor. Here in a space reminiscent of a Lynch production set complete with heavy velvet curtains, they are provided with a script and transform into character.

Seeds of Time exhibition in the Himalayas Art Museum by Collective Studio, Shanghai – China

August 3rd, 2017

Curated by Dr Yongwoo Lee and Hans Ulrich Obrist, the Shanghai Project Chapter 2: Seeds of Time exhibition in the Himalayas Art Museum brought together artists and researchers with the aim of proposing new strategies for alternative approaches and solutions to issues of social and environmental sustainability.

Herschel Supply Office by Linehouse, Shanghai – China

July 28th, 2017

Linehouse inserted a black metal framework into the space. Occupying this structure is a lounge seating area, pantry, meeting room bathroom and storage. Sectionally, glass divides the different programmes, allowing transparency throughout the enclosure.

JZ Club Shanghai by STUDIO C8, Shanghai – China

July 25th, 2017

The JZ Club is one of the most well known jazz clubs in Shanghai, and even in China. Live music seven days a week, they have been attracted jazz lovers since it launched in 2004. The design team aimed to elevate their characteristic ambience and the exciting experience of enjoying jazz music at the new venue.

Rope Wave Office by Usual Studio + ten-arch, Shanghai – China

July 20th, 2017

Most materials in this office are natural materials, such as rope, steel and wood, which are low price and eco-friendly. In order to highlight the rope material possibility and natural material beauty, we use waving rope as the main design concept.

Hooked seafood restaurant by Hannah Churchill, Shanghai – China

July 17th, 2017

The interior is relaxed and playful with fresh white furniture and white washed timber plank finishes. Tropical wallpaper and aqua blue add fun pops of colour throughout the space.

ClubMed office by Diego Fuertes & 100architects, Shanghai – China

July 17th, 2017

To create this illusion, a deep blue elevated pipe was designed to be hanging overheads, looping around the lobby defining different mini-areas within the lobby area.

JLL Office by iDA Workplace + Strategy, Shanghai – China

July 8th, 2017

iDA Workplace + Strategy together with JLL built an agile and collaborative workplace, integrating the concept of Co-Working to create an energetic and dynamic environment, more critically, to showcase the new brand image.

RUNNER CAMP store by PRISM design, Shanghai – China

July 6th, 2017

Urban workers run with the sunrise and run with the sunset. That scene is Orange which is a brand color. They recommend starting a new lifestyle that is healthy and stylish in the Shanghai city.

Freshigh by dongqi Architects, Shanghai – China

June 21st, 2017

The store was turned into a refreshing space with soft green color filled all around. Hiding in the historic neighborhood, the designer hopes that it could give a surprise to the people passing by. They could stop and relax for a cup of fresh juice, and then go back to daily life.

BBDO Offices by JAXDA, Shanghai – China

June 12th, 2017

Random patterns of reclaimed black metal strips and circular pipes wrap the reception area wall. Where the metals are aligned very precisely into a complex yet rigid algorithm like the sleek piping systems of a car, the timber on the other hand gives the space a pulsating and movement like pattern as it randomly fills the ceiling moving from the entrance all around to the open bar area.

Fosun Foundation cultural centre by Foster + Partners and Heatherwick Studio,Shanghai – China

June 12th, 2017

Inspired by traditional Chinese theatres, the three-storey building features a curtain-like facade of bronze tubes. These tubes hang in three layers, creating semi-transparent screens in front of windows and balconies.

China Fortune Properties showroom by Atelier Liu Yuyang Architects, Shanghai – China

May 31st, 2017

Left primarily untreated, the rooms are assigned as lounge-working, classic-office, presidential-office, and contemporary-office spaces, with furniture supplied by Matsu.

KFC Huating Road by YUMChina, Shanghai – China

May 30th, 2017

Design elements that are familiar to the local household back in the days have been adopted in the store, such as texture glasses, boutique sofa, patterned flooring, and bubble lights. YUMChina invited Shanghai based artists to illustrate a wall mural depicting a panoramic scene of the once famous Huating Road Clothes Market.