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Now that markets are beginning to reopen, new retail spaces are beginning to emerge in cities all over the world.
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.
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 …
Shenzhen – Physical outlets can cash in on the convenience offered by digital merchandise options, shows Shenzhen concept store Geijoeng.
Shenzhen, China – Working within restrictive site conditions, studio Various Associates designs a valley-inspired Chinese restaurant with steep skylights.
Shenzhen, China – The gourmet tea brand turned to Tomo Design to execute a two-storey flagship in Shenzhen, where engagement is the main focus.
Our latest Openings list includes a variety of hospitality spaces designed with cross-cultural references in mind.
Shenzhen – For Morph, Various Associates created a surprisingly modern social space by referencing age-old materials and production techniques.
Shenzhen – Ambrosia, developed by Melbourne-based studio Biasol, is geared toward younger consumers of the Chinese tea industry.
Shenzhen – In Shenzhen, Doko Bar is an auteur bakery that feels like a theatre show – and that’s just the way Waterfrom Design intended.
Shenzhen – A Shenzhen exhibition designed by Döppel Studio and Désormeaux/Carrette speaks of the future of transnational design collaborations.
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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