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Shanghai – Asked by Chinese television show Dream Home to renovate a residence for a family of four, X+Living totally reimagined a small Shanghai apartment.
Xi’an – X+Living challenges traditional theatre design with Xi’an’s FAB Cinema, opened just before China shuttered venues across the country on 24 January. The strategy may …
Wuhan – X+Living’s Meland Club, our Entertainment Venue of the Year, is a fun and playful concept that takes children – the main users of the venue – seriously.
Suzhou, China – X+Living's Loong Swim Club is a fairy-tale-like sports centre catered to kids' entertainment and parents' leisure.
Guiyang, China – While designing another Zhongshuge bookstore, Li Xiang of X+Living was inspired by karst cave landforms.
Shenzhen, China – The playful 800-sq-m Unova Co-Working space reflects the changing priorities of Chinese workers.
Amsterdam – Shanghai-based designer Li Xiang remembers a time when offline retailers would skimp on design budgets. How did that change so much in barely five years?
Amsterdam – Due to their mix of gender, age, cultural background and industry, the jury for this edition of the Frame Awards is bound to further our vision of interior architecture.
SHANGHAI – Frame Awards 2018 winner X+Living fuses minimalism, futurism and larger-than-life industrial chic in the retail-cum-research-cum-office space Powerlong Ideas Lab.
Shanghai – X+Living takes inspiration from a hot air balloon rising above a castle at Neobio Kids Restaurant so families can enjoy the best of both worlds.
CHENGDU – Part bookstore, part library; the magical world of literature has been brought to life in a unique setting in a shopping mall in central China.
CHENGDU, CHINA – Li Xiang unites fantasy and functionality to create an immersive space for physical and intellectual exploration.
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