From CGI animation and blackbox projections to AR installations and life-size sculptures, Lucas Zanotto’s first solo exhibition brings kinetic characters to life.
Part library, part theatre, Pinghe Bibliotheater by OPEN Architecture presents an ocean of knowledge for students of Qingpu Pinghe International School in Shanghai, China.
An interplay of dualities, Bestseller’s new Shanghai workspace offers a rose-tinted perspective on the future of fashion.
The new space makes waves in one of the most popular cities in Southeast China by showcasing the best in corporate and commercial furniture.
An in-depth look at the history and evolution of the iconic skyscraper design; from 10-storey origins to a century-long competition to be named the tallest building.
London-based practice Universal Design Studio has designed a pastel sweet bakery in Shanghai, where the fitout almost steals the show from the sweets.
Referencing the rolling hills of Icha Chateau brand’s own tea plantations, Spacemen created a sculptural destination for Shanghai’s discerning tea drinkers.
Featuring a dramatic roof space that unfolds like a fan, Snøhetta’s winning proposal for the Shanghai Grand Opera House generates surface and space designed to engender a sense of public ownership.
Fantastical worlds and life-sized fun, Neobio by X+Living is a children’s play centre with a difference – it also considers the parents.
We investigate MAD founder and one of the INDE.Awards 2018 Luminaries Ma Yansong’s process of finding his distinct voice in the global architecture industry.
How do spaces for children differ from spaces for adults? Muxin Studio creates a cosy children’s library in Shanghai where fused spaces are comfortably scaled for little ones and choreographed to suit learning and play, introverted and extroverted activities.
As the global economy shifts to become more interconnected than ever and new manufacturing hubs crop up around the world, Asia Pacific is leading the way.
When US skincare brand Dr.Jart+ commissioned Hong Kong designers XEX to create an interactive installation in Shanghai, they never could have imagined it would be this remarkable and outrageous.
Celebrating the launch of the Haworth Collection, Giulio Cappellini and the Haworth team hosted a series of industry events set among a curated showcase of iconic designs at the Haworth showroom in the Jing’An Kerry Centre of Shanghai’s central business district.