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Beijing – Noodles for one, please. DTZW designed Beijing’s 23-Seat Restaurant as an ‘inclusive dining environment for the solitary eater’.
Beijing – Studio Jun Murata designed a minimal, all-white meditation tunnel with views to the outdoors, nestled within the Beijing Songzhuan art colony.
Beijing – In the Chinese city’s 798 Art Zone, 123 Architects converted a former factory into a futuristic-looking space with photography facilities and social ‘VIP' areas.
Beijing – B.L.U.E. Architecture Studio’s M Woods Art Community Renovation Project cuts off external input before rationing it back to visitors – all in the name of mindfulness.
Beijing – The Frame Awards 2020 jury see Beijing’s Junshan Cultural Center – a three-storey clubhouse and sales centre – as a prime example of an authentic, inclusive space.
Beijing – The jury called Exhibition of Frozen by Waterfrom Design a ‘great combination of architecture and design’, traditional and contemporary.
Beijing – Clou Architects designs a department-store-inspired boutique - with references to 1920s art deco - for a jewellery retailer.
Beijing – The Korean eyewear brand takes its house style out of house for SKP, a luxury mall in Beijing.
Beijing – Sò Studio designs théATRE, a teahouse in Beijing, by referencing palette, form and use of light in Constantin Brâncuși’s sculptures.
Beijing – Ito Masaru's flagship for leather-goods designer Isamu Katayama Backlash is designed to feel like hallowed ground.
As attention spans shorted and digital distractions increase, retail spaces are developing new design-lead strategies to make sure they always feel fresh.
Beijing – The beauty giant’s Beijing location, developed by Aim Architecture, casts customers as protagonists in the theatre of retail.
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