In Shenzhen, Studio 10 creates a theatre of a shop for Chinese womenswear label Geijoeng that facilitates visual encounters between customers as well as transactions between online and offline environments.
In Fujian, China, POAN Educational Institute belies its own humdrum name and cultivates active early learning, thanks to a clever design by CUN PANDA.
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.
In China where a majority of people shop online, Various Associates raises the stakes to connect with customers through intense emotion.
The cultural and culinary prowess of New York City and Chinese Tang Dynasty are fused together in Tang Hotpot, designed by New Practice Studio.
Here’s the lowdown on what to expect at Design Shanghai 2019, which lands at the Shanghai Exhibition Centre from 6 to 9 March.