Situated near a river and designed as a gathering place for people to meet and contemplate life, Wood Pavilion #1 has been named The Social Space of 2022.
The newly refurbished Yeahka office conceived by JSPA Design features a stripped away aesthetic that emphasises transparency – fit for a company that specialises in payment.
Part library, part theatre, Pinghe Bibliotheater by OPEN Architecture presents an ocean of knowledge for students of Qingpu Pinghe International School in Shanghai, China.
SpActrum has conceived a “brutal” reaction to a tidy tourist village in Shangen Village, China.
Clever lighting and monolithic perforated walls combine in ShuiFa Information Town Industrial Exhibition Center, China, to create an intriguingly illuminated modern castle.
A beautiful project has been designed and completed in Guilin, China by Ronald Lu & Partners and is both sympathetic to the landscape and conceived with sustainability at its heart.
Three Bauhaus shaped multi-residences have brought a hinterland region in China rapidly up to speed with modern urbanity and the lifestyles of the Y generation.
ONE-CU Interior Design Lab renders doing business with Vanke Property an enriching experience when at Guanhu Sales Center in Guiyang, China.
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.