2018 has definitely been an important year for CIFF; a fundamental stage of its growth, and also perhaps of the growth of China in general, because of the strategic alliance established between two furniture sector giants.
The 41st edition of CIFF raised the curtain for the announcement of a new collaboration agreement that definitely offers new opportunities for exhibitors and visitors;
The two phases of CIFF Guangzhou 2018 have just ended.
All good products are based on meticulous design, efficient materials and high-quality processing.
This is it! Just a few more days to the start of CIFF phase two. On the strength of the great success of phase one, which turned to be the best ever, the office edition is eagerly awaited.
From 18 to 21 of March in Guangzhou more than 2,000 exhibitors will give an integrated account of their individual visions of Whole Home Décor, introducing a vast selection of products of different styles and typologies: home furniture, home decor & home textiles, outdoor & leisure furniture.
RIGI designed a 3-story residence in a common Shanghai old-style lane, with the aim to transmit beauty and happiness. There are plenty of similar buildings in Shanghai which is not new, and located in a naturally-formed block, carrying the memories of this city.
The mansion is located in Shanghai Lujiazui, most prosperous business district and embraced with all the world-famous sky-scrappers. The client is an eclectic lady, who feels tense to live in urban life, so, enjoying the panoramic view of Huangpu river seems to be the best thing for a rest.
The Shanghai-based Neri&Hu Design and Research Office has conceived and constructed a boutique hotel in cultured Yangzhou, Jiangsu province, around a series of small lakes, comprising a grid of dark-brick walls that surround a series of traditional courtyards, gardens, guest rooms and service areas.
Designed over eight storeys as a series of infinite rings that enhance connectivity, the project’s layout follows the arrangement of the symbol for infinity “∞”.
Nanjing Green Towers, designed by Stefano Boeri Architects and promoted by Nanjing Yang Zi State-owned National Investment Group, will be the first Vertical Forest built in Asia.
In Shanghai, on the banks of the Huangpu River, the Mandarin Oriental is not just a five star hotel, but a veritable luxury treasure chest.
The Shanghai Tower, designed by Gensler, represents a new frontier in eco-sustainable design and technological innovation.
The blank first page of a new notebook represents possibility of ideas yet unwritten and futures yet to be decided.
The Bamboo Courtyard Teahouse is in Yangzhou, a city lying to the north west of Shanghai.
At Hakkasan, traditional Chinese cuisine is reinvented in terms of taste and appearance, in a luxurious and glamorous location.
How can design break the limitations of culture - the subjective experiences of the designer and the reactions of different people - to be as diverse as nature? How will artificial intelligence change our lives in future? The Endless Form project, featuring fifty variations of its chair designs, provides an answer to these questions.