An authentic luxury retreat in rural China, the Wuyuan Skywells Hotel captures the essence of a bygone era in the millennium-old Yan village. The light modern interventions introduced into the 300-year-old historic building provides a taste of 21st century comfort necessary in the transformation of the building for hospitality use.
For over 4 years architecture and design company anySCALE has designed and developed 25 co-working spaces for SOHO 3Q creating 18,000 workplaces. Behind the successful collaboration, one finds the two companies daring to make the first step forward into the future and innovations.
Located in a prime position within steps to the beach, House T not only takes in sweeping view of the sea without any obstruction, but also well enhanced by the pitched-roof “spiritual center” of the Aranya Chapel.
Inspired by Andy Warhol’s words that “in the future everybody will be world-famous for 15 minutes”, Taiwan-based studio Waterfrom Design https://waterfrom.com/ has conceived the interior of Doko bar by considering the eating process a show.
The Fairyland Premium Kids Café designed by Wutopia Lab is now officially open to the public in Dalian. The brand is mutually owned by Pacee Education and Fairyland and includes educational resources as well as an attractive dining and playground area to let kids enjoy learning with entertainment.
The Jjng’an Prime Land project conceived by Mason Studio for multi-generational families, with a minimal design approach, expresses how essentialism redefines accepted notions of luxury within the traditional urban context of Shanghai.
Designed by MQ Studio, the modernist PuXuan Hotel and Spa is the latest luxury offering from urban resort concepts located just a stone’s throw away from The Forbidden City.
The new Opera House is an important part of a new urban master plan for Shanghai that aims to place the city at the forefront of the globe, economically, scientifically, and culturally. The Opera House is expected to become one of the major cultural landmarks of Shanghai.
The Shanghai Editions's 145 rooms, designed by Neri & Hu and occupying a pair of adjacent buildings that once housed electric companies, invite a new era of laid-back, modern luxury with exceptional details and iconic Shanghai city and Bund views
CUN Design founded a creative industry park that was transformed from a decades-old factory. After rounds of discussions with all the teammates, the Beijing based design studio made up its mind to set up the new studio there.