Articles tagged Shanghai

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Retail (dis)play – Prism Design expands the shopping experience

SHANGHAI – The Fly Pony store by Shanghai-based firm Prism Design takes children and parents to cloud nine while shoe shopping.

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Lukstudio creates maximum effect with minimal intervention for Longxiaobao

Shanghai – Recalling rows upon rows of hand-stretched noodles, Lukstudio’s volumetric metal grid for noodle restaurant Longxiaobao creates a dynamic dining experience.

Leaderboard: Architonic
Leaderboard: Architonic
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Porous wooden cube by Linehouse captures Canadian wilderness

Shanghai – Trade-fair stand for Vancouver-based brand Herschel offers a peek into nature with a seemingly weightless cabin-inspired design.

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Linehouse’s curved façade sweeps customers into the All Sh store

Shanghai – Linehouse frames everyday moments through a perforated, stainless-steel façade for its second collaboration with streetwear retailer All Sh.

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Work out, chill out – a gymscape for wellness as well as fitness

SHANGHAI – Physical fitness centre uses sharp angles and colour and material contrasts to demarcate areas according to activity.

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To engage with sustainability, the museum experience becomes participatory

SHANGHAI – Collective brings together researchers, artists, and audience to address sustainability and turn observation into participation at the Himalayas Art Museum.

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Neri&Hu: What I’ve Learned

Frame #113 – Lyndon Neri and Rossana Hu explain how they translate design ideas from West to East – and vice versa.

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Do run in this store – then buy the shoes online

SHANGHAI – Merging the best of online and offline retail experiences in Runner Camp, Tomohiro Katsuki of Prism Design explains the latest retail concept in China.

Leaderboard: Architonic
Leaderboard: Architonic
Lane 189 by UNStudio. Photos Hufton + Crow / Eric Jap (lead image)
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UNStudio fabricates a patterned façade of tessellated diamonds

SHANGHAI – More of a commercial destination than a conventional shopping mall, Lane 189 makes a deeper connection between brands and the young professionals in the area.

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When it comes to Asian cuisine and design, does modern mean Western?

SHANGHAI – Dariel Studio tells the story of twofold fusion – stylistic and culinary – in the Lady Bund restaurant interior.

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Showroom displays flowers like Ferraris

SHANGHAI – This isn’t your auntie’s kitsch florist, crowded with dripping blooms. Alberto Caiola leverages edgy modernity for July’s Flowers.

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Liu Yuyang’s showroom of the imagination shows more by displaying less

SHANGHAI – A showroom is limited by its four walls; an experience room, on the other hand, is limited only by the imagination.