In the middle of one of the world’s busiest cities, Beijing, renowned designers HIBINOSEKKEI+Youji no Shiro created a space that lets kindergarten aged children learn, explore and play.
123 Architects’ renovation of a factory turned photography studio in Beijing’s art district shows off the real art that can be achieved in this industry.
While stadiums packed with people aren’t exactly the image we’re all looking for right now we know that one day they will be filled again. In Hangzhou the latest 80,000 capacity stadium by NBBJ is a beautiful example of the clever and beautiful architecture possible with these public spaces.
Hong Kong-based o&o Studio took a very specific, and very romantic, image as the inspiration for the branding and design of an uber-cool craft beer and whisky bar in an old grease factory in Shanghai’s South Bund.
Drawing inspiration from an iconic Chinese musical instrument, the Liyang Museum by CROX makes a statement in the landscape.
Panorama Design Group brings an imaginative world to life for knowledge hunting in a kids’ bookstore in Chengdu – and Joan Miró was the source of inspiration.
At Tokyo’s Kojimachi Terrace by Nendo, six of the 11 floors are prised open with landscaped terraces lined with warm timber.
Japanese dining goes grungy at Hong Kong temakeria TMK, where Charlie & Rose took design inspiration from 1980s Japanese punk rock.
Architects Zhubo Design-AAO and interior designers H Design were tasked with creating a campus-like school tailored to modern teaching methods in the heart of Shenzhen.
For the 2018 Echigo-Tsumari Triennale, MAD Architects has restored the Kiyotsu Gorge Tunnel and created several permanent artistic spaces.
MAD Architects has designed a ten-building residential project in China that mimics the surrounding mountains.
With architecture by Vector Architects and interiors by Horizontal Space Design, Alila’s second China property is a converted sugar mill on the banks of the Li River—a fantastic blend of the natural and the industrial.