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the site was originally a dormitory constructed in the 1960s, with a cluster of other structures surrounding an irregularly shaped courtyard. The post vector architects restores a beijing courtyard to include a gallery and café appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
the collaboration project of bentu and urbanus is designed to be a space that can host various kind of cultural activities. The post infinity nide designs event space in beijing exploring original nature of materiality appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
with transformative golden-mirrored elements, MINI LIVING and penda discuss how the urban cabin in beijing creates a new sense of community. The post MINI LIVING urban cabin in beijing reflects a golden future appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
A former house in Beijing's old town is transformed into a specialist fan shop with a minimalist oak-lined interior, in this project by Golucci Interior Architects. Read more
the traditional material covers the restaurant's walls and ceilings to create a warm, intimate atmosphere. The post imafuku architects creates a bamboo canopy inside japanese restaurant in beijing appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
The KWG M CUBE shopping centre in Beijing, designed by MVRDV, is covered in hand-glazed iridescent ceramic tiles that change colour in different lights. Read more
MVRDV introduces a project in beijing that shows both exuberance and modesty with its subtly iridescent ceramic tile facade. The post MVRDV wraps its beijing M·CUBE in subtly iridescent ceramic tilework appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
branch-shaped steel panel is used to form the outline of the site, and creates two magnified canopies at the entrance to the house and the outdoor recreational space for the young dwellers. The post MAT office’s courtyard in beijing is fenced by green steel canopy imitating trees appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Architecture studio Superimpose created an interactive pavilion to be an oasis of calm in the centre of the capital, for Beijing Design Week 2018. Read more
the space has been conceived as a secret den to discover, where hidden urban sub-cultural events may happen at any time. The post asian cyberpunk merges with european underground touch in ramoprimo’s restaurant in beijing appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.


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