Shenzhen articles

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Openings: Kenzo in NYC, Louis Vuitton in Rotterdam, Uniqlo in Tokyo and more

Now that markets are beginning to reopen, new retail spaces are beginning to emerge in cities all over the world.

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Openings: ease back into hospitality spaces with these venues from Kyoto to Kazakhstan

After months of restaurants, hotels, cafes and bars being at a stand-still, new openings designed by Curiosity, Roar, Kengo Kuma and more are a silver lining.

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How designers turned an abandoned factory in Shenzhen into an exhibition venue

Shenzhen – For the 2019 edition of the Bi-City Biennale of Urbanism/Architecture in Shenzhen, designers Atelier XI erected a long, winding light ‘wall’ in an old air-conditioner …

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With windowless retail on the rise, will try-on areas become shop designers' main focus?

Shenzhen – Physical outlets can cash in on the convenience offered by digital merchandise options, shows Shenzhen concept store Geijoeng.

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Faced with a challenging site, a studio shows how design can thrive despite limitation

Shenzhen, China – Working within restrictive site conditions, studio Various Associates designs a valley-inspired Chinese restaurant with steep skylights.

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To attract millennials to its flagship, Heytea takes from experiential retail’s playbook

Shenzhen, China – The gourmet tea brand turned to Tomo Design to execute a two-storey flagship in Shenzhen, where engagement is the main focus.

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Openings: Hospitality hotspots in Santa Monica, Shenzhen, South Africa and beyond

Our latest Openings list includes a variety of hospitality spaces designed with cross-cultural references in mind.

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How a multi-use cultural venue in Shenzhen contemporizes traditional Chinese design

Shenzhen – For Morph, Various Associates created a surprisingly modern social space by referencing age-old materials and production techniques.

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A new bubble tea space in Shenzhen attracts contemporary café-goers

Shenzhen – Ambrosia, developed by Melbourne-based studio Biasol, is geared toward younger consumers of the Chinese tea industry.

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This Chinese bakery psychoanalises why we share food photos on social media

Shenzhen – In Shenzhen, Doko Bar is an auteur bakery that feels like a theatre show – and that’s just the way Waterfrom Design intended.

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Can exhibition design help promote cross-cultural creative dialogue?

Shenzhen – A Shenzhen exhibition designed by Döppel Studio and Désormeaux/Carrette speaks of the future of transnational design collaborations. 

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Once a social staple, the clubhouse experiences a revival – but this time, in China

Shenzhen – A new clubhouse in Shenzhen includes a networking café, a yoga room and a spinning room – but also a throwback pool and a piano room. Why?

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