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Praxis d’ Studio Renovation in Beijing, China by PRAXiS d’ARCHITECTURE

Thursday, September 29th, 2016

Article source: PRAXiS d’ARCHITECTURE

A space for thinking, a living room, a party place….with a wall of light…

The given condition of the space was a two-story light steel frame structure glass box that is an annex to a brick storage building. It measures 35m from north to south and 5m from east to west.  The west side is attached to the exterior brick wall of the storage and the east side faces a parking lot.

Image Courtesy © Jin Fengzhe

Image Courtesy © Jin Fengzhe

  • Architects: PRAXiS d’ARCHITECTURE
  • Project: Praxis d’ Studio Renovation
  • Location: Chaoyang, Beijing, China
  • Photography: Jin Fengzhe
  • Designed by: Di Shaohua, Feng Jiancheng, Lu Dongxia, Liu Xing, Feng Shuxian
  • Size: 300 sqm
  • Time: 2013
  • Status: Completed

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Dongli Brewery in Beijing, China by Latitude

Thursday, September 22nd, 2016

Article source: Latitude

Dongli Brewery was created to surprise and indulge patrons with a unique craft beer tasting experience. The concept delivers the expertise gained from working with traditional craft beer fermentation techniques to a contemporary and cozy gathering place.

Image Courtesy © Youtao Cao

Image Courtesy © Youtao Cao

  • Architects: Latitude
  • Project: Dongli Brewery
  • Location: Beijing, China
  • Photography: Youtao Cao
  • Client: Beijing Pengyouquan coffee (Beijing) Co., Ltd
  • Principal Architect: Manuel N. Zornoza
  • Project Architect: Jorge Cortés de Castro
  • Team: Manuel Coves Botella, Lucía Bravo Guinea, Zhang Wen
  • Budget: 140,000€
  • Program: 350 m2
  • Year: 2015 – 2016
  • Status: Completed

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The Treehouse in Beijing, China by Wee Studio

Sunday, September 18th, 2016

Article source: Wee Studio

The Treehouse is located in a little woods of poplar and hawthorn trees, where is at the foot of Mount Wuling in Miyun, Beijing. The cliff on the north with a stream meandering under it, and a mountain spring running in all seasons together create a quiet and peaceful environment for the Treehouse. There are two parts of the building, a deck and two separated polyhedrons the function of which are tearoom and bathroom. The inside of the tearoom is floored with Tatami, and the space is designed to serve as tea drinking in the daylight and sleeping as well as at night.

view from outside, wood deck, Image Courtesy © Sun Haiting

view from outside, wood deck, Image Courtesy © Sun Haiting

  • Architects: Wee Studio (Zhao Sheng)
  • Project: The Treehouse
  • Location: Garden Village, Xin Chengzi Town, Miyun District, Beijing, China
  • Photography: Sun Haiting, RoadsideAlien Studio, Dai Haifei
  • Design Team: Dai Haifei, Zhang Yanping, Zhao Sheng
  • Structure: steel structure
  • Material: plywood panel, oriented structure panel, Balau wood panel, recycled wood panel, double layered glass
  • Area: 8 metersquare
  • Cost: RMB 150,000
  • Design Phase: 9/2015 – 3/2016
  • Construction Phase: 3/2016 – 8/2016

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Ding Hui Yuan Zen & Tea Chamber in Beijing, China by He Wei Studio/3andwich design

Friday, September 16th, 2016

Article source: Sunshine PR

This is a factory renovation project. Rebuilt into an office in its latest renovation, the old factory experienced several times of renovation after its construction in 1970s. Unlike other factories with large space, the factory doesn’t have a big space span while the height is normal showing no special features. However, a 100 square meters backyard is quite impressive. Based on the owner’s requirement, designers need to reconstruct it into a Zen Chamber.

The night view of the facade, the inner light creates the feeling of tranquility, Image Courtesy © Zou Bin

The night view of the facade, the inner light creates the feeling of tranquility, Image Courtesy © Zou Bin

  • Architects: He Wei Studio/3andwich design (He Wei)
  • Project: Ding Hui Yuan Zen & Tea Chamber
  • Location: Beijing, China
  • Photography: Zou Bin, He Wei
  • Client: Better Lift Art Club Co., Ltd
  • Architecture and Interior design team: Chen Long, Wang Qi, Zhao Zhuo-Ran
  • Lighting design team: Zhang Xin, Han Xiao-Wei, Zhou Xuan-Yu
  • Special adviser: Xue Xiao-Ming, Zhang Yi-Cheng
  • Contractor: Beijing GHLH Construction CO., LTD
  • Land area: 300 sqm
  • Construction area: 450 sqm
  • Design time: 2014 – 2015
  • Construction time: 2015 – 2016.01

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AVIC International Aviation Industry City business park in Beijing, China by gmp · von Gerkan, Marg and Partners Architects

Friday, September 9th, 2016

Article source: gmp · von Gerkan, Marg and Partners Architects 

In the Yizhuang New City district, an established location for high-tech companies in the south-east of Beijing, the AVIC International Aviation Industry City business park has been completed to a design by gmp · Architects von Gerkan, Marg and Partners. The practice had won the international competition at the beginning of 2012 and was then commissioned to carry out the project.

Main address, Rong Hua Nan Road, Image Courtesy © Christian Gahl

Main address, Rong Hua Nan Road, Image Courtesy © Christian Gahl

  • Architects: gmp · von Gerkan, Marg and Partners Architects
  • Project: AVIC International Aviation Industry City business park
  • Location: Yizhuang New City, Beijing, China
  • Photography: Christian Gahl
  • Client: AVIC Real Estate Beijing Company
  • Design: Meinhard von Gerkan and Stephan Schütz with Stephan Rewolle
  • Project leader: Tobias Keyl with Zhang Xiaoguang (implementation)
  • Team competition: Li Ling, Liu Yixiao, Thilo Zheme, Peter Jänichen, Stefan Hornscheidt, Katina Roloff, Jiang Linlin, Xie Bei, Xing Teng, Xu Zhehua, Zhang Xiaoguang
  • Team implementation: Li Ling, Zhao Qinchang, Yulia Gandasari
  • GFA: 145,910 m2

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Humble Hostel in Beijing, China by CAO PU STUDIO

Sunday, August 7th, 2016

Article source: CAO PU STUDIO

Nowadays in Beijing’s hutong, most of the courtyards properties are divided up into mix occupants instead of one big family. Everyone is trying to occupy more space, thus the shared communal space in the middle has shrink down to one walking aisle. The yard was already taken up by small constructions built by the neighbors, bicycle parking and piles of junk, leaving a tiny space barely to walk through. This is a very common situation of the living environment in Beijing’s Hutong yard.

Image Courtesy © Cao Youtao

Image Courtesy © Cao Youtao

  • Architects: CAO PU STUDIO
  • Project: Humble Hostel
  • Location: Dashilar, Beijing, China
  • Photography: Cao Youtao

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San Shan Bridge in Beijing, China by penda

Wednesday, August 3rd, 2016

Article source: penda

The San Shan Bridge spans across the Gui River and will be an integral part of the infrastructure program for the Olympic Winter Games 2022 in Beijing and connects the city center with Zhangjiakou. The english translation of “San Shan” is 3 Mountains and describes the form of the bridge seen from the side with its 3 arches connecting to its hilly backdrop.

Image Courtesy © penda architecture & design

Image Courtesy © penda architecture & design

  • Architects: penda
  • Project: San Shan Bridge
  • Location: Beijing, China
  • Team: Chris Precht, Dayong Sun, Wang Jing, Yu Zizhi, Bai Xue, Li Pengchong, Snow Sun
  • Structural Engineer: ARUP
  • Year: 2016

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CupOne cafe in Beijing, China by Latitude

Friday, July 29th, 2016

Article source: Latitude

Cafés, restaurants, libraries and the likes have become indubitable extensions of our own homes. In this particular occasion, LATITUDE was commissioned to explore the possibilities of extending the public realm into a standard café organized into two floors and a terrace.

By removing the entrance façade, the first floor was opened up, thus becoming an extension of the outside space. Inside, visitors can find two areas: the fast (come-and-go) area and the relaxed (sitting down) area. The first one features high tables and chairs next to the service desk –a longitudinal lighting box wrapped in white glass–. The second area portrays low tables, chairs and a bench zone. These two areas are divided by steel made longitudinal furniture that incorporates an orchestrated disposition of mirrors and projectors to create a visual illusion.

Image Courtesy © Youtao Cao, Shannon Fagan

Image Courtesy © Youtao Cao, Shannon Fagan

  • Architects: Latitude
  • Project: CupOne cafe
  • Location: Beijing, China
  • Photography: Youtao Cao, Shannon Fagan
  • Client: CupOne Co., Limited
  • Principal Architect: Manuel N. Zornoza
  • Project Manager: Lihui Sim
  • Team: Bo Liu, Cherry Fan, Frank Zhan, Jorge Cortes de Castro, Lucia Bravo Guinea
  • Budget: 300,000€
  • Program: 700 m2
  • Year: 2013 – 2016
  • Status: Completed

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Lily Nails – Nail and Eyelash Salon(Yau Tang Store) in Beijing, China by Arch Studio

Thursday, July 7th, 2016

Article source: Arch Studio

Lily Nails is a nail and eyelash salon that owns numerous chain stores in Beijing and Shanghai. To meet the needs of environmental upgrade of the brand, Arch Studio was commissioned to do the design for the brand’s new store in Yau Tang Shopping Centre, Beijing. The store is a rectangular space with an area of more than 60 m2

Image Courtesy © Jin Weiqi

Image Courtesy © Jin Weiqi

  • Architects: Arch Studio
  • Project: Lily Nails – Nail and Eyelash Salon(Yau Tang Store)
  • Location: Beijing, China
  • Photography: Jin Weiqi
  • Design Team: Han Wen-Qiang, Song Hui-Zhong, Huang Tao
  • Design Company: Arch Studio
  • Project Address: Yau Tang Square, Chaoyang District, Beijing
  • Design Time: 2016.01 — 2016.03
  • Construction Time: 2016.04 — 2016.06
  • Area: 66 m2

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Yingliang Stone Archive in Beijing, China by Atelier Alter

Friday, June 24th, 2016

Article source: Atelier Alter

This rehabilitation project converts a storage space into a stone archive: to showcase the diversities of stone craft and to create a space for architects to contemplate their designs with stone.

As the most primitive construction material, stone comes with dignity and authenticity. However, as construction becomes more and more visually dominated, stones are crafted to be light and polished. The spirit within stones seems to be lost, as stones are gradually substituted by other superficial materials. This project attempts to propose a critic for modern construction.

facade night, Image Courtesy © Atelier Alter

facade night, Image Courtesy © Atelier Alter

  • Architects: Atelier Alter
  • Project: Yingliang Stone Archive
  • Location: Beijing city Chaoyang District Beiyuan North Qu Winery International Art District F1-1001, China
  • Software used: Rhino
  • Client: Beijing Tian Cheng Ying Liang Stone Co., Ltd.
  • Principals in Charge: Xiaojun Bu Yingfan Zhang
  • Design Team: Kai Qin, Zhenwei Li, Dehu Du, Tongwei Liu
  • Civil/Structure/MEP Engineer: Jie Jin, Zhe Li, Wei Li, Ming Cheng
  • Landscape Architect: Xiaojun Bu, Dehu Du
  • General ContractorAn Hui Wan Cong Construction Services Co.,Ltd., Beijing Jingcheng Yongshun Science and Technology Development Co., Ltd.
  • Cost: $427,560
  • Area: 472 m2
  • Year: 2016

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