Performance theater in Suqian, Jiangsu, China, by ADINJU architects.
Jo Lalli Resort Hotel is located in a beautiful wooded mountainous area of Moganshan, near the small town Deqing, close to Hangzhou and not far from Shanghai.
Located in a prime position within steps to the beach, this site takes in sweeping view of the sea.
New multi-brand boutique designed by Atelier tao+c.
Soaring over Victoria Harbour, Rosewood Hong Kong is a new centre of gravity on the Kowloon waterfront.
A new type of collection store, driven by big data, merging online with offline by Daylab Studio.
A successful homage to the Japanese philosophy.
A stay where one shall pause into a mindful escape, alongside sensorial rituals in a modernist hideaway.
On a quiet beach along the coast of northern China’s Bohai Bay, the UCCA Dune Art Museum is carved into the sand, where it gently disappears.
A unique dining concept calling for an innovative design approach, interiors balance natural elements with cutting-edge contemporary, and relaxed elegance with outright luxury.
Lying between Tiantai Mountain and Siming Mountain, this hotel boasts a beautiful mountainous territory.
Aoyama Lab serves traditional Japanese deserts in a new space, designed by Studio MVW.
The re-design and refurbishment of Shin Kong Place created a new brand for one of Asia’s largest luxury department stores, by Sybarite.
This project is a design of a group of boat rooms for the Fuchun New Century Wonderland Resort in Hangzhou.
Designed by Zaha Hadid Architects.
Commodity City is an observational documentary exploring the daily lives of vendors who work in the largest wholesale consumer market in the world: the Yiwu Markets in China.
A building for the display and exchange of art, designed by Büro Ole Scheeren.
The project is located in Nantou village of Shenzhen, China, is part of the urban village space renovation plan.
Showcasing a sun terrace and views of the sea, Sunyata·Pure House is located in Dali.
Once a working sugar mill, Alila Yangshuo is now a modern retro resort, combining stylish simplicity, in tandem with its picturesque setting.
Featured inside is an 88-foot long coffee bar, a ceiling constructed from 10,000 handmade wooden tiles, and the location even utilizes augmented reality.
The design mainly focuses on how to logically organize and repeat the basic unit of the form and structure to generate specific function, light environment, and atmosphere within each space.
Lingers book and coffee bar is located in Shenzhen city, a hybrid space which combines reading, books, arts, coffee and desserts.
"Plunged into a foreign dark I found a new way of seeing, strange and alien. Synthetic light creeps into my eyes, the air thick with colours shifting and angles unbending. In the midst of the night a new day begins."
The building acts not only as an education center but as a connector from the park into the cultural district.