LEEGE Office / RAMOPRIMO

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  • Architects: RAMOPRIMO
  • Location: Beijing, China
  • Lead Architects: Marcella Campa, Stefano Avesani
  • Design Team: Sara Scotti, Ran Huo, Lisa Montanari, Chen Jia, Chang Du
  • Area: 600.0 m2
  • Project Year: 2018
  • Photographs: Hui Zhang
  • Client: LEEGE
  • Contractor: Henghe Arts&Design
  • Artworks: Instant Hutong
© Hui Zhang © Hui Zhang

Text description provided by the architects. RAMOPRIMO re-thinks new visual identity and interior space for LEEGE offices in Beijing. The concept for LEEGE project tries to push the boundaries of the traditional office environment by re-thinking the relationships between all office functions. The space is designed as an empty white page where different elements, sliding walls and volumes are placed freely, like a combinatory game or a playground where people is free to move and choose new paths.

© Hui Zhang © Hui Zhang

LEEGE is a rapidly growing Beijing based company providing local assistance for planning and managing equipment for heating, ventilation, air and water

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LEEGE Office / RAMOPRIMO

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© Hui Zhang © Hui Zhang
  • Architects: RAMOPRIMO
  • Location: Beijing, China
  • Lead Architects: Marcella Campa, Stefano Avesani
  • Design Team: Sara Scotti, Ran Huo, Lisa Montanari, Chen Jia, Chang Du
  • Area: 600.0 m2
  • Project Year: 2018
  • Photographs: Hui Zhang
  • Client: LEEGE
  • Contractor: Henghe Arts&Design
  • Artworks: Instant Hutong
© Hui Zhang © Hui Zhang

Text description provided by the architects. RAMOPRIMO re-thinks new visual identity and interior space for LEEGE offices in Beijing. The concept for LEEGE project tries to push the boundaries of the traditional office environment by re-thinking the relationships between all office functions. The space is designed as an empty white page where different elements, sliding walls and volumes are placed freely, like a combinatory game or a playground where people is free to move and choose new paths.

© Hui Zhang © Hui Zhang

LEEGE is a rapidly growing Beijing based company providing local assistance for planning and managing equipment for heating, ventilation, air and water

Concept
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The You Art Centre / Atelier Global

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  • Architects: Atelier Global
  • Location: Linyuan Road, Dingcheng District, Changde, Hunan, China
  • Design Team: Frankie Lui, Larry Tsoi, Vienna So, Jing Cai, Poon Siu Fung, Jeffrey He , Andy Chen.Yongxia He.Chao Cai.Jess Yang, Demi Song ,Yvon Guo.
  • Area: 3800.0 m2
  • Project Year: 2017
  • Photographs: Ice Tan
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Text description provided by the architects. The You Art Center is located in Changde, the origin city of famous Chinese fable Land of Peach Blossoms. The building footprint is around 1600sm. The project vision is to use urban art as medium and catalyst for city upgrade and redevelopment, promote aesthetic education for better public spaces, urban art and life style. Hence, It helps rebrand the old city identity for greater exposure and understanding through this new art portal.

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We envision an art

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Ascend Art Gallery. Image © Ice Tan
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Peace of mind library. Image © Ice Tan
Studio Theatre. Image © Ice Tan
Meditation Sky Garden. Image © Ice Tan
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U Concept Gallery / LUKSTUDIO

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  • Interiors Designers: LUKSTUDIO
  • Location: Shanghai Shi, China
  • Lead Architects: Christina Luk
  • Design Team: Marcello Chiado Rana, Leo Wang, Melody Shen, Yiren Ding, Mamo Ho, Sissi Wang
  • Construction: Shanghai Savor Construction &Decoration Co. Ltd.
  • Area: 260.0 m2
  • Project Year: 2017
  • Photographs: Peter Dixie for LOTAN Architectural Photography
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Text description provided by the architects. The West bund in Shanghai is a neighborhood known for its art museums, riverfront broad-walk and recreational greenbelt,it's not surprising to find here a continuous growth in residents and visitors who look for family activities and socio-cultural events.

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With the increasing flows come marketplaces like the Sunny Walk,an open mall that caters to local commercial and community needs.Given the opportunity to design a gallery in this shopping compound

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Capella Jianyeli / Kokaistudios

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  • Architects: Kokaistudios
  • Location: China
  • Lead Architects: Filippo Gabbiani, Andrea Destefanis
  • Architecture Design Director: Wei Li
  • Design Team: Pietro Peyron, Sherry G, Qing Song, Feng Yu, Weiyi Fang, Kun Cheng
  • Area: 8000.0 m2
  • Project Year: 2017
  • Photographs: Seth Powers
  • Interior Design: Jaya and Blink Design Group
  • Developer: Portman Holdings and Hengfu Development
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Text description provided by the architects. Having established our base in Shanghai in 2002 to work on the renovation of the Bund 18 building; Kokaistudios has since the outset worked as one of the leading firms working on adaptive re-use projects and advocating for the preservation and innovative reuse of Shanghai’s built heritage. Following the receipt of our second UNESCO Asia-Pacific Heritage award for the renovation of the Huaihai Lu 796 project in Shanghai Kokaistudios was approached by the client to conduct a feasibility study for the restoration and transformation of

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Chatouya Visitor Center / Tumushi Architects

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  • Architects: Tumushi Architects
  • Location: Tianyu, Qinling Mountains, Xi’an, Shanxi, China
  • Lead Architects: Qili Yang, Yan Bai
  • Design Team: Fang Li, Dong Wang, Wen Zhang, Marina, Bingguang Chen, Tong Li, Xinyan Gao, Jingwen Yuan
  • Site Architects: Dong Wang, Fang Li
  • Area: 1400.0 m2
  • Project Year: 2017
  • Photographs: Chao Zhang, Qili Yang
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Landscape settlement
Chatouya Visitor Center locates in Tianyu valley, 70 km away from Xi'an. It is the entrance of depth experience zone in the Qinling National Botanical Garden. The prior programs and appearance of visitor centre cannot meet client's new demands, hence whole site and buildings need to be upgraded. Through elaboration the position and breaking up whole new programs into parts, the new buildings, with preserved ones, are melt into natural environment and becomes a landscape settlement in Qinling Mountains.

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Tearoom Interior. Image © Qili Yang
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Hangzhou Neobio Family Park / X+Living

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  • Architects: X+Living
  • Location: Xingguangdadao, Hangzhou, Zhejiang, China
  • Lead Architects: Xiang Li
  • Design Team: Lijiao Ren, Xue Chen, Huilan Qian, Chen Fan, Xingchao Pan
  • Area: 8000.0 m2
  • Project Year: 2018
  • Photographs: Feng Shao
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Text description provided by the architects. The project occupies the first floor of Hangzhou Star Avenue PhaseⅡ(a shopping mall), adjacent to the river. Before the construction, the developer removed all the entry lux shops at this floor, and permitted the designers to make use of the atrium space. In other words, design of the project integrated all parts of the shopping mall as a whole, and redefined the functions of the entire area of the first floor.

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Aesthetic concept of the project was derived from the abstraction of scenario modes, which focused on coordinated integration of colors and composition rather than style interpretation. Since the family park is located at

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Innovation Lab / AIM Architecture

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  • Architects: AIM Architecture
  • Location: Huiyang, Huizhou, Guangdong, China
  • Lead Architect: Wendy Saunders, Vincent de Graaf
  • Design Team: Arpad Bercek, Davide Signorato, Jovana Petrovic, Jiao Yan, Leslie Chen, Michael Hankiewicz, Peichin Lee
  • Project Architect: Nicolas Herrgott
  • Project Management: Cindy Xu
  • Client: China Resources Group
  • Area: 700.0 m2
  • Project Year: 2018
  • Photographs: Dirk Weiblen
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Text description provided by the architects. One of the biggest challenges for industries is keeping up with the pace of growth and innovation. China Resources Group is one of the largest Chinese conglomerates with a wide spread reach and a diversity of industries. 

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Alongside Deloitte Greenhouse, they aim to provide specific training and perspectives to provoke new ways of thinking and sharing new information. We were challenged to organize this admittedly big vision…. in a limited space. Their new innovation lab is a bold blend of ideas

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Huangshi Urban Complex / AUBE

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  • Architects: AUBE
  • Location: Huangshi, Hubei, China
  • Client: Planning Bureau of Huangshi City
  • Area: 27500.0 m2
  • Project Year: 2018
  • Photographs: Yong Zhang
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Text description provided by the architects. Facing endless Daye Lake and backed by the emerging ecological new city, Huangshi Urban Complex is supposed to be a link between Daye Lake ecological circle and modern city as well as a gateway for opening up. It is an urban space for exhibition, entertainment and ecological leisure.

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Located in Daye Lake Ecological New District, with functions of exhibition and archive storage, Huangshi Urban Complex is the first public building on the main development axis of the district and conveys the development keynote of this district. AUBE won the bid in December 2015, and started the construction in April 2016. After two years, the project

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Perspective View from Southwest. Image © Yong Zhang
City Stage. Image © Yong Zhang
Floodlight Design. Image © Yong Zhang
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Huangshi Urban Complex / AUBE

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  • Architects: AUBE
  • Location: Huangshi, Hubei, China
  • Client: Planning Bureau of Huangshi City
  • Area: 27500.0 m2
  • Project Year: 2018
  • Photographs: Yong Zhang
Bird View. Image © Yong Zhang Bird View. Image © Yong Zhang

Text description provided by the architects. Facing endless Daye Lake and backed by the emerging ecological new city, Huangshi Urban Complex is supposed to be a link between Daye Lake ecological circle and modern city as well as a gateway for opening up. It is an urban space for exhibition, entertainment and ecological leisure.

Facade. Image © Yong Zhang Facade. Image © Yong Zhang

Located in Daye Lake Ecological New District, with functions of exhibition and archive storage, Huangshi Urban Complex is the first public building on the main development axis of the district and conveys the development keynote of this district. AUBE won the bid in December 2015, and started the construction in April 2016. After two years, the project

Functional Areas. Image © Yong Zhang
Perspective View from Southwest. Image © Yong Zhang
City Stage. Image © Yong Zhang
Floodlight Design. Image © Yong Zhang
Floodlight Design. Image © Yong Zhang
Floodlight Design. Image © Yong Zhang
Landscape Square. Image © Yong Zhang
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Y20 SPACE / WJ Design

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  • Architects: WJ Design
  • Location: Lian Gong Dang Lu, Yuhang Qu, Hangzhou Shi, Zhejiang Sheng, China
  • Lead Architects: Leo Hu
  • Design Team: Xingbo Ying
  • Light: SIKI
  • Construction: Hangzhou Jiechuang Decoration Engineering Co., Ltd.
  • Area: 700.0 m2
  • Project Year: 2018
  • Photographs: Qiang Shen
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Text description provided by the architects. Y20 SPACE is located in the Hongyuan Park inside of the famous Hangzhou XiXi Wetland and surrounded by charming natural scenery and profound historical culture. This area is attracting a large number of small and medium enterprises, such as investment companies, Internet Co, and many start-up companies. When the owner AIcai Technology found us, they did not just want a work place, but more to create a space for office work, business conference, activities, presentations and exhibitions.

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After we learnt our customer’s demand, we have carried out the overall design of the

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Lost Villa · Valley Land Boutique Hotel Interior Design / DAS Lab

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  • Interiors Designers: DAS Lab
  • Location: Ningbo, China
  • Architects: SU Architects,Sealand-Int
  • Lead Architects: Jingze Li
  • Design Team: Chen Liang, Yoko, Janet
  • Area: 1500.0 m2
  • Project Year: 2017
  • Photographs: Schran Studio
  • Landscape Design: Sealand-Int
  • Owner: Valleyland Hotel Inv.Management Co.Ltd
  • Operator: Lost Villa, Valley Land
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Text description provided by the architects. The Ancient Village of Persimmon Forest, has the features of eastern Zhejiang canyon landform. Meanwhile it has abundant sunshine and rainwater, diversified land vegetation and high coverage. Persimmon, sakura, bamboo shoots and tea are important economic crops in the ancient village. Surrounded by mountains, the unique geographical location makes this ancient village, which has eight hundred years of history, more mysterious. The village enjoys the profound cultural connotations and development paths and hopes to drive its development of tourist industry through the completion of boutique hotels.

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Sixian Xiaozhu of Fengxian District / Atelier GOM

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  • Architects: Atelier GOM
  • Location: “Shanghai Fish”leisure area , Fengxian Nanqiao New City, Shanghai, China
  • Design Team: Jiajing Zhang, Wenbin Xu, Wei Huang, Cong Xu, Xiao Liu, Yuanpei Zhuang
  • Construction Design Team: S.H.K. Urban Construction Planning & Design Co., Ltd.
  • Client: Shanghai Fengxian Nanqiao New City Development Co., Ltd.
  • Area: 525.0 m2
  • Project Year: 2017
  • Photographs: CreatAR Images, Jiajing Zhang, Wei He
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Text description provided by the architects. Some people asked me why GOM would make out an elliptical building which seldom appeared in our designing history. It was because the landscape design company insisted to make the site into an oval as a way to intervene in existed architecture and landscape.

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As a result of this, in the beginning, we designed plans and structure based on the mathematical definition of ellipse

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.JPG COFFEE / Infinity Nide

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  • Architects: Infinity Nide
  • Location: 1F, Zhukong International Center, Guangzhou, Guangdong, China
  • Lead Architects: Xiaowen Wang
  • Design Team: Ruimin Wu, Longpan He
  • Design Brand: INFINITY NIDE
  • Area: 24.0 m2
  • Project Year: 2017
  • Photographs: Haochang Cao
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Text description provided by the architects. The migration of human beings that follows the operation of society has existed since ancient times. Under the rapid development of urbanization, the typical migration phenomenon must be the “Urban Tide”, which refers to the fact in urban area that every morning millions of people flood into working areas from living areas, while every evening those people back to living areas. “Urban Tide” is considered as an inevitable derivative during the process of urbanization.

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China is in the economic transition period, along with the everyday changing information and technology, results in rapid expansion of urbanization. People float up and away

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China Merchants Bank, Shenzhen / China Architecture Design & Research Group

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  • Structural Design: Hong Shi, Jie Shi, Chenyong Bao
  • Electromechanical Design: Xiaochun Song, Hang Wei, Song Li, Yanli Xing, Qi Chen, Yi Zhen
  • Interior Design: Rong Liu
  • Landscape Design: Wenbin Zhao, Huan Liu, Yupu Yan, Chen Yang
  • Lighting Design: Beijing Sign Lighting Industry Group - Wang Dongning
  • Client: China Merchants Bank
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Text description provided by the architects. Shenzhen Branch Office Building of China Merchants Bank is another

M-type sotto portico along the street. Image © Guangyuan Zhang
M structure’s symbols and coherence
Atrium from west to east. Image © Guangyuan Zhang
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Courtyards from north to south. Image © Guangyuan Zhang
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From Winter to Spring Clubhouse / Shanghai Hip-Pop Design Team

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  • Architects: Shanghai Hip-Pop Design Team
  • Location: Shizi Moutain. Nanjing, Jiangsu,China
  • Lead Architects: Tianwen Sun
  • Design Team: Xindi Cao, Dong Liu, Dejie Zhang, Youfei Wang
  • Area: 2000.0 m2
  • Project Year: 2018
  • Photographs: Jing Zhang
© Jing Zhang © Jing Zhang

Text description provided by the architects. Living in an era of great changes today, people experienced life from poverty to affluence, but the subjective well-being has not been promoted correspondingly. On the contrary, modern people become more restless and uneasy, which is due to the lack of calmness in the heart; and this calmness can be gained only after hustle and bustle fades away. Only when the material is reduced to the essence can it lead to its spiritual level, which is the goal of this project.

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In the design process, the building is regarded as a poetic imagination, and the project conveys a philosophy of confronting

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Cloud, Go High / Wutopia Lab

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  • Interiors Designers: Wutopia Lab
  • Location: Wentong Building A, Kunming Road 739, Shanghai, China
  • Lead Architects: Yu Ting
  • Project Architect: Shuojiong Zhang
  • Design Consultant: ArchUnits
  • Lighting Consultant: Chloe Zhang
  • Client: Go High Fund
  • Area: 10372.0 m2
  • Project Year: 2018
  • Photographs: CreatAR Images
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Text description provided by the architects. Wutopia Lab was invited by Go High Fund to transform a 9-story office building into a new office community that blends life and sociality. Located in the northeast corner of Shanghai, the old building is a typical product during the transition from a typical industrial economy to service economy. In this project, Wutopia Lab rethought the way to transform old building, by simply draping it with a new overcoat. 

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Wutopia Lab has identified three key moments in the office, a multifunction lobby, a co-working place and a rooftop garden.  The first

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Yunmen Mountain All-Seasons Ski Resort / ATAH + MADA s.p.a.m.

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  • Architects: ATAH, MADA s.p.a.m.
  • Location: Qingzhou, Shandong, China
  • Lead Architects: Guang Xu, Lilas Dandan Wang
  • Design Team: Dejun Zhang, Zhen Song, Muer Tie, Zhenqin Yang
  • Area: 4000.0 m2
  • Project Year: 2018
  • Photographs: Feng Shao
  • Collaboration: MADA s.p.a.m.
  • Client: Shenhong + China East Group + Weihao Construction Group
  • Interior Design (Concpet): ATAH
  • Ldi: Weifang Architectural Design & Research Institute
  • Construction: Weihao Construction Group
  • Lighting Design: Weihao Construction Group
© Feng Shao © Feng Shao

Text description provided by the architects. After Beijing won the right to host the 2022 Winter Olympics, the National Sports Bureau gave great support to the folk promotion of the ice and snow sports, and the people also showed great enthusiasm. In this context, two new all-seasons dry snow ski resorts have been built in Beijing and Qingzhou, Shandong recently. In the snow-free season, they will provide training

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Twin Tea House / Hill Architecture

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  • Architects: Hill Architecture
  • Location: Zhuantang, Xihu District, Zhejiang,China
  • Lead Architect: Kai Zhu
  • Client: Hangzhou LuanSheng
  • Area: 2040.0 m2
  • Project Year: 2016
  • Photographs: Ryan Chiu
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Text description provided by the architects. The design idea is based on the Sleeping Cloud Pavilion in the retreat garden of Tongli Town, Wu Jiang. With the double-layer structure, one layer of the pavilion is a summer pavilion. The steps of artificial mountain stone around the pavilion lead to the second layer of tea kiosk with twists and turns. The sight is bright once mounting the tea kiosk.

Entrance. Image © Ryan Chiu Entrance. Image © Ryan Chiu
Courtyard. Image © Ryan Chiu Courtyard. Image © Ryan Chiu

The Pavilion of Fragrance Waters, Thatched Cottage of Quiet Meditation and lotus pond on the other side can be seen clearly. Based on the experience of the Sleeping Cloud Pavilion, the tea house is designed as

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Sculpture. Image © Ryan Chiu
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Shaoxing CTC Mall Interior Design / ATAH

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  • Architects: ATAH
  • Location: Chou Duan Lu, Keqiao Qu, Shaoxing Shi, Zhejiang Sheng, China
  • Collaboration: MADA s.p.a.m.
  • Lead Archtiects: Guang Xu, Lilas Dandan Wang
  • Design Team: Fan He, Zhenqin Yang, Zhen He, Vee Wei
  • Area: 12000.0 m2
  • Project Year: 2018
  • Photographs: Shiromio
  • Collaboration: MADA s.p.a.m.
  • Ldi: Zhejiang Zhonghe Architectural Design Co,.LTD
  • Curtain Wall Consultant: Baoye Group
  • Client: Office of CTC Development
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Text description provided by the architects. The CTC(China Textile Center)is an atypical practice of art-involved commercialand has officially opened at the end of June 2018. The project is surrounded by eight high-rise towers and two super high-rise buildings under construction. It is a brand new entertainment destination integrating commercial streets, shopping malls, service apartments and office buildings.

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Focusing on textile handcraft culture, the overall strategy of architects is carried out in two dimensions: macro and micro.

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