Posts Tagged ‘China’
Maison Shangh Xia is located in a 100-year-old red-brick colonial home. The designer is responsible for the all-white theme and the translucent faceted fabric that coats the interior like a heavenly honeycomb. Visitors are to think of it as home, with tea on every floor, a barefoot lounge upstairs and a gallery with painted silk works. Discover Maison Shangh Xia in Shanghai (CN).
The storefront references the works of Dutch painter Piet Mondrian, whose art features strong, dark lines and rectangular blocks of colour. Customers experience more of a sense of the bold colours of Mondrian, through the use of carpets with bright spots, swirls, prints and patterns and vibrant sofas that appear throughout the store to create a warm and welcoming, yet energetic vibe. Explore L’Aurora in Guangzhou (CN).
This children’s bookshop wanted to create an enchanting experience that invites children to fall in love with reading. The space is a magical one where children can experience adventure, mystery, creativity, and use their imagination. Discover The Little Bookworm in Chongqing (CN).
10 Corso Como Shanghai opened last year with an array of highly-selected womenswear, menswear and homewares. Their merchandise approach has always been a mix of a very tight edit and catered towards the highly design-centric customerone, more a ‘concept store’ than a department store. Within the space there is a restaurant, a bar inside and a gallery which will showcase a regularly revolving array of her favourite artists’ works. Explore 10 Corso Como in Shanghai (CN).
In its march to develop in China, Starbucks revamped its traditional store to better fit the Chinese culture. This design concept aims to delight customers with an elevated Starbucks Experience. Visit this Starbucks at the Kerry Center in Beijing (CN).
The flagship features an atrium that goes from the ground to the top floor with “flying mannequins” that go up and down like superman. Visit Uniqlo in Shanghai (CN).
The installation as a whole creates a strong, serene, yet warm space that allows the products to be the centerpiece. Discover Nike showroom in Beijing (CN).
All black and white marble, mirrored glass with gold frames, and striking 30s-inspired furnishings. Discover the Saint Laurent shop.
This design exercise attempts to portray H3 as “The Wood Specialist” and set a strong and memorable store identity with maximum visual impact. Explore H3 Experience Center in Kunming (CN).