Posts Tagged ‘Wuhan’

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.

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.

Huafa & City Hub Wuhan Sales Center by Shenzhen Rongor Design & Consultant Co., Wuhan – China

December 13th, 2016

The negotiation area separated by artwork installation and screen is both tranquil and dynamic, modern and traditional, vividly demonstrating the spirit and implication of landscape.

Kidsmoment by RIGIdesign, Wuhan – China

April 4th, 2016

A pure simple house shape is widely used on POP, fixtures and feature walls to suggest the concept of “home”. Because children are highly sensitive to number, the different single numbers are printed on several obvious places to enhance the spatial order of zoning.

Han Show Theatre auditorium glowing facade by Stufish Entertainment Architects, Wuhan – China

May 30th, 2015

Nicknamed ‘The Red Lantern’, the Han Show Theatre auditorium in the city of Wuhan, China features a glowing façade based on the materiality of traditional bamboo and paper lanterns.

Pixel Box Cinema by One Plus Partnership, Wuhan – China

April 15th, 2014

The very first place that customers would see is the spacious lobby with the huge feature wall, which acts as the virtual computer screen for showing of the main design theme. Numerous of marble columns in dot matrix setting reach out from the wall with seemingly random heights.

Hanjie Wanda Square plaza by UNStudio, Wuhan – China

January 27th, 2014

The North atrium is characterized by warm golden and bronze materials reflecting a cultural, traditional identity. In the South atrium silver and grey nuances with reflective textures reflect the city identity and its urban rhythm.