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LYCS' design for 'mylines hotel' not only focuses on stimulating its guests of new experience, but aims to create four indispensable senses: relaxation, romance, relief and passion.The post LYCS architecture’s mylines westlake is designed as a themed lovers hotel in east china appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Bartlett School of Architecture graduate Freja Bao has devised a masterplan for a new Chinese cultural capital that could help to change the country's political image. Read more
new construction images show the enormous scale of the airport terminal, which, once open in 2019, will be the world's largest.The post beijing’s vast new airport terminal by zaha hadid architects takes shape in china appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Japanese retailer Muji is set to open hotels in Shenzhen, China and Tokyo, Japan, which will be styled with the minimalist brand's furnishings and products. Read more
the experiment saw them transmit a photon from earth to orbit. The post china teleports photon into space for the first time appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
China has extended its lead as the world's biggest market for video game content, and now represents 25 percent of the global games market. ...
ruins and traces of the building's past as a paper mill sits together with contemporary finishes and materials to result in a dynamic working environment in guangzhou.The post LAD juxtaposes old and new inside 1978 cultural creative park offices in china appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
located in tianjin's yujiapu pilot free trade zone, the venue will be a center for performance, practice, and research, as well as interactive exhibitions.The post DS+R breaks ground in china on the juilliard school’s first overseas campus appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
According to China's CRRC Zhuzhou Institute Co Ltd, most smaller cities can't afford to build light rail systems – even though they would still benefit from having them. That's why the company has built and demonstrated what it's billing as "the world's first railless train." The articulated electric vehicle runs along regular asphalt roads, using rubber tires instead of steel wheels...Contin
kitted out with sensors, the world's first railless train–unveiled in china–can read the dimensions of roads and plan its own route. The post china unveils driverless train that follows painted lines instead of rails appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.


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