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Principle M Showroom in Beijing, China by MDDM STUDIO

Tuesday, February 20th, 2018

Article source: MDDM STUDIO 

MDDM STUDIO places two onyx slabs into a neutral environment made of concrete surfaces and white furniture

The new showroom of Principle M, a Beijing based tailored clothing label, features two entire onyx slabs in a white environment. The stones natural texture creates the focal points and introduces warm colors in a space designed to be simple and neutral to highlight the exhibited fashion pieces.

The main wall features the onyx slab, the company logo and hung products, Image Courtesy © Hector Pei

  • Architects: MDDM STUDIO 
  • Project: Principle M Showroom
  • Location: Beijing, China
  • Photography: Hector Pei
  • General Contractor: Craftlink Limited, Andrew Cher
  • Area: 200 sqm
  • Year: 2017

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Hygiene Station for Cattlefield Village School in Lincang, China by DOMAT Limited

Thursday, February 15th, 2018

Article source: DOMAT Limited

Cattlefield Village Primary School is in a mountainous region of western Yunnan Province, China. The original school was built in 2010, in partnership with charity foundation, NGO’s and local government. It serves students from seven local villages, with the furthest village a 90 minute walk from the site.

Image Courtesy © DOMAT Limited

  • Architects: DOMAT Limited
  • Project: Hygiene Station for Cattlefield Village School
  • Location: Cattlefield Village, Banka Town, Yongde, Lincang, Yunnan, China
  • Team: Maggie Ma, Mark Kingsley, Tanya Tsui, Adeline Chan, Juliette Song
  • Donor: KPMG Foundation
  • Supporting Donor: Yongde County Education Bureau
  • Local Design Institute: Kunming Zhuozhu Architecture Design Co. Ltd.
  • Contractor: Yunnan Yong Xin Construction Company Limited
  • Projected Cost: RMB 606,000 (including building, site formation, site landscape, 2 rubbish collection points, interior furniture and solar water heating system)
  • Area: 178sqm
  • Site Area: 308 sqm
  • Project Date: Completed on April 2017

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Xiezuo Hutong Capsule Hotel in Beijing by B.L.U.E. Architecture Studio

Friday, February 9th, 2018

Article source: B.L.U.E. Architecture Studio 

The project is located in the core of old town Beijing. Close to Zhang Zi-zhong road, the ancient charm and modern style of the government add radiance and beauty to each other, which is incredibly fun.

Image Courtesy © Ruijing Photo

  • Architects: B.L.U.E. Architecture Studio
  • Project: Xiezuo Hutong Capsule Hotel
  • Location: Xiezuo Hutong No.44, Beijing, China
  • Photography: Ruijing Photo
  • Client: ZIROOM Hotel Management Co., Ltd
  • Size: 2-Story
  • Site Area: 1,300 ㎡
  • Building Area: 1,150 ㎡
  • Construction Period: 8.2017

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Fly Pony _ Flagship Concept Store in Shanghai, China by PRISM DESIGN

Monday, February 5th, 2018

Article source: PRISM DESIGN 

Fly Pony’s story

In the teeming city, Shanghai, people talk about a boy called Tim, who is coming from a small town.

Everyday, Tim would goes to a wonderful magical world in his dream.

All those shoes he wore are full of magic and stories.

Image Courtesy © Katsumi Hirabayashi

  • Architects: PRISM DESIGN
  • Project: Fly Pony _ Flagship Concept Store
  • Location: Shanghai, China
  • Photography: Katsumi Hirabayashi
  • Total floor area: 83sqm
  • Design period: Apr.2017 – Jan.2017
  • Construction period: Aug.2017 – May.2017

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Historic House Renovation in Suzhou, China by B.L.U.E. Architecture Studio

Monday, February 5th, 2018

Article source: B.L.U.E. Architecture Studio 

Located in the core of the historic town of Suzhou, China, the site covers about 2,500 sqm, once was the residence of family Bei. The traditional Chinese garden consists of four ancient wooden structure architectures with courtyards built in the Qing Dynasty, dating back over a hundred year of history, and other four buildings built in the 90s of concrete structure. The renovation project aims to transform the historical house into a modern apartment.

Image Courtesy © Eiichi Kano

  • Architects: B.L.U.E. Architecture Studio
  • Project: Historic House Renovation
  • Location: Suzhou, China
  • Photography: Eiichi Kano
  • Site Area: 2500㎡
  • Building Area: 2500㎡
  • Design Period: 01.2017 – 05.2017
  • Construction Period: 05.2017 – 10.2017
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DOE Store in Shanghai, China by B.L.U.E. Architecture Studio

Friday, February 2nd, 2018

Article source: B.L.U.E. Architecture Studio 

This project is located on the first floor of Infinitus Tower by the shoreline of Taiping Lake in Shanghai. As the weathervane of street fashion, DOE represents noncomformist qualities, being both classic and trendy, vintage and modern. Based on the Street Culture branding of DOE, the design of the store introduces the concept of street and city. As the store opens up to the street, bringing in urban landscape, the boundary between inside and outside is dissolved.

Image Courtesy © Eiichi Kano

  • Architects: B.L.U.E. Architecture Studio
  • Project: DOE Store in Shanghai
  • Location: 1F Of Qiye Tiandi, Shanghai, China
  • Photography: Eiichi Kano
  • Client: DOE
  • Size: 1th Floor
  • Building Area: 270 ㎡
  • Design Period: 12.2016 – 03.2017
  • Construction Period: 04.2017 – 06.2017

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Brick Kiln Folk Inn & Museum in Suzhou, China by HONGKONG H DESIGN FIRM LIMITED

Friday, February 2nd, 2018

Article source: HONGKONG H DESIGN FIRM LIMITED 

Jiangnan of China, has enjoyed the”earthly paradise”reputation since ancient times of its staggered rivers and lakes, vertical and horizontal waterways, small bridges and tasteful towns. A typical canal town named Jin Xi, located in the picturesque scenery of Jiangnan, known as “the hometown of Chinese folk museum” with two thousand years of history.There is an old saying here before “thirty-six bridges must have seventy-two kilns.” Lots of kilns were produced golden bricks in the past, and the brick kiln culture is so profound and indispensable for the town.

Brick Kiln Folk Inn Landscape & architecture, Image Courtesy © Zhang Qilin and Qian Xiang

  • Architects: HONGKONG H DESIGN FIRM LIMITED
  • Project: Brick Kiln Folk Inn & Museum
  • Location: Kunshan City of Suzhou,China
  • Photography: Zhang Qilin and Qian Xiang
  • Client: Kunshan City Construction Investment Development Group Co., Ltd.
  • Architecture design: China Architecture Design Group、Cui Kai Design Team
  • Design team: Jason Jiang, Wendell Wu, Vivi Zhang
  • Building Area: 1520m²(Cultural Museum)+ 2940m²(Folk Inn)
  • Complited Time: 2017.09

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The Phoenix Village of Artistic Countryside in Shandong province, China by guanzhu LA

Monday, January 29th, 2018

Article source: guanzhu LA

Phoenix Village, the regeneration of abandoned village

Located in Shandong province Rizhao city in China, Phoenix Villages is a rural overall construction project, and a hollow village regeneration practice. It was designed and built by Kong Xiangwei with his Guanzhuscape design team all the way. The village was originally called Du jiaping, which was a typical stone-made settlement in southeastern Shandong. In the process of urbanization, the village is abandoned, most of the old houses are collapsed, and more than a dozen old houses are left. Phoenix villages are positioned as a Rural Art District overall, including B&B hotels and artist studios, and contain cultural space such as forest art gallery, water theater, hilltop church, hillside garden, library and museum. It also includes recreational space such as teahouse, café, restaurant, and children’s commune, and it has left an area to create an old-house museum.

 The overall design concept: the combination of protection and regeneration. Retaining the relics, old buildings and trees, adding bold new elements into them, and keeping the texture of the street and courtyard. In the use of materials, they use warm yellow old stones, concrete and weathering steel plates from the collapsed old houses to pursue the authenticity of materials; as for the landscape, they use old materials, and plant weeds; they use modern language as the spatial and architectural language.

Image Courtesy © Kong Xiangwei, Cheng Xuefeng and Wang Ziyi

  • Architects: guanzhu LA
  • Project: The Phoenix Village of Artistic Countryside
  • Location: Nanhu Town, Rizhao City, Shandong Province, China
  • Photography: Kong Xiangwei, Cheng Xuefeng and Wang Ziyi
  • Overall Design and Construction: Guanzhuscape Planning and Design Institute
  • Chief Designer: Kong Xiangwei
  • Design Team: Li Guodong, Liu Yulong, Wang Wen, Lin Licong, Teng Xin, Xu Jingan, Wang Ziyi, Zheng Yakai, Pang Liangliang, Xiao Tianyan
  • Design Period: March 2015 – August 2017
  • Construction Period: August 2015 -December 2017

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Huangshan Mountain Village in China by MAD Architects

Tuesday, January 23rd, 2018

Article source: MAD Architects 

Huangshan, located near the ancient villages of Hongcun and Xidi in China’s Anhui province, is home to one of the country’s most beautiful mountains. Known for its rich verdant scenery and distinct granite peaks, the beloved landscape has long inspired artists, offering them sheltered spaces for contemplation and reflection. As a UNESCO Heritage Site, the humanistic atmosphere and beautiful, tranquil environment has become an increasingly popular tourist destination. It is here that MAD Architects, led by Ma Yansong, has realized “Huangshan Mountain Village”.

Image Courtesy © Laurian Ghinitoiu

  • Architects: MAD Architects
  • Project: Huangshan Mountain Village
  • Location: Huangshan, China
  • Photography: Laurian Ghinitoiu
  • Clients: Greenland Hong Kong Holdings Limited
  • Principals in Charge: Ma Yansong, Qun Dang, Yosuke Hayano
  • Associate in Charge: Liu Huiying
  • Team: Philippe Brysse, Tiffany Masako Dahlen, Luke Lu, WANG Deyuan, Jakob Beer, ZHAO Wei, LI Guangchong, Kayla Lee, Geraldine Lo, Alejandra Obregon, Zeng Lingdong, Achille Tortini, Matthew Rosen, Gustavo Maya, ZHENG Fang, Sarita Tejasmit, Augustus Chan, Jeong-Eun Lee
  • Executive Architect: HSarchitects
  • Interior Design: Suzhou Gold Mantis Construction Decoration

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Game – The joy of life comes from infinite extension in Taiwan, China by Wei Yi International Design Associates

Monday, January 22nd, 2018

Article source: Wei Yi International Design Associates 

What home is? In addition to being a safe haven, it is a place that accommodates and extends all kinds of possibility and happiness. Besides meeting requirements of basic “living” function, the role it plays could be richer and varied. It could be gamelike,interesting changes could be generated from its shape, function or sense.

Image Courtesy © JMS

  • Designers: Wei Yi International Design Associates
  • Project: Game – The joy of life comes from infinite extension
  • Location: Taipei, Taiwan, China
  • Photography: JMS
  • Area: 180㎡
  • Completion Time: August 2017

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