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With the beginning of 2023, the Zikawei Library, designed by Wutopia Lab for four years, was officially opened. Coming to be the most sensational cultural landmark in Shanghai, it was also the first time that the project was known to the whole city before the official announcement from the studio. Now, this article is more like a summary instead of...
Project name
Zikawei Library
Architecture firm
Wutopia Lab
Location
Xuhui District, Shanghai, China
Photography
CreatAR Images
The Joye & Sam Lifestyle Market is located in the French Concession district of Shanghai, surrounded by a century worth of cultural heritage and atmosphere. Known as the Champs-Elysées of the East, the area is the city’s cultural hotspot, and is the home of various landmark institutions such as the Shanghai Library, the Shanghai Symphony Hall and t...
Project name
Tales Creative
Architecture firm
Joye & Sam Lifestyle Market
Location
No. 8 Hengshan Road, Xuhui District, Shanghai, China
Photography
studio SZ, Justin Szeremeta
The brand name of Sukhothai Hotel is derived from the first independent dynasty in Thailand's history - Sukhotai, which means "the dawn of happiness". In 2017, Sukhothai opened its first location in China at the heart of Shanghai with the concept of an “urban oasis”, bringing modern urbanites the traditional Southeast Asian hospitality with a conte...
Project name
The Sala Garden
Architecture firm
LUKSTUDIO
Location
No.380 Weihai Road, Jing'an District, Shanghai, China
Photography
Dirk Weiblen
This case introduces a special home type - A Home for Producers on Lake Ville V, located in Xintiandi, the heart of downtown Shanghai. As a top landmark in Shanghai, Lake Ville V, is not only a residence, but also a symbol of Shanghai’s cultural heritage, carrying the unique style and artistic atmosphere of the city. Due to its premium geographic l...
Project name
A Home for Producers
Architecture firm
Superorganism Architects
Location
Xintiandi, Shanghai, China
Photography
ZHUHAI
Cultivating elegance in the everyday. Located in the North Bund of Hongkou District, Hall of the Sun is a 180,000 square meter commercial hub with an emphasis of nature in the design, including its curvilinear facade and a 3-storey-high biophilic food hall under Shanghai’s largest skylight roof canopy. Informed by the organic architecture, Lukstudi...
Project name
Refining the Ordinary
Interior design
LUKSTUDIO
Location
No. 181 Rui Hong Road, Hong Kou District, Shanghai, China
Photography
Peter Dixie, Yui Zhang
That was the design challenge for our first cinema project for MOViE MOViE at the Taikoo Li Qiantan, a mixed-use development recently completed in Shanghai. We started off asking what is the cinema experience? It is a moment of escape, an internal journey, or an expedition to another world. To complement these adventures, we set out to create a phy...
Project name
The Montage Excursion
Architecture firm
LUKSTUDIO
Location
S-L3-13, Stone Zone, Taikoo Li Qiantan, Pudong New Area, Shanghai, China
Photography
Yui Zhang
Designer Liu Daohua often applies "architectural thinking" in interior design, combining color with shape to build a strong visual impact and a unique personal temperament of space art. This kind of temperament can best reflect the designer's philosophy, but it also requires the designer to have a good foresight, firm grip of work and a steady "cha...
Project name
Shanghai Zi Fu Hui
Architecture firm
LDH Architectural Design
Location
Shanghai Plaza, No. 138 Huaihai Mid-road, Huangpu District, Shanghai, China
Photography
Wang Ting
BAU (Brearley Architects & Urbanists) designs Yuandang bridge that connects Jiangsu and Shanghai. The Yuandang Pedestrian Bridge celebrates the coming together of Jiangsu Province and Shanghai. The 586m bridge is a hybrid structure incorporating landscape, infrastructure, and architecture. It is located in a key location where the two jurisdiction...
Project name
Yuandang Bridge
Architecture firm
BAU (Brearley Architects & Urbanists)
Location
Qingpu, Shanghai, Suzhou Jiangsu, China
Length
586 m