A welcoming art installation, a vertical pattern of white-glazed tiles and stainless steel display and shelving fixtures define Little B contemporary design convenience store by Neri&Hu which combines Shanghai’s spontaneity of street culture, vernacular functionality and timeless aesthetics.
At Design Shanghai 2017, big international companies showed off along with the status of the art of independent Chinese design. Archipanic selected 10 renown, up-and-coming brands, galleries and designers from Jamy Yang to Yuue, WUU and more.
Bunnies, rhinos, buffalos and sheep make themselves at home in YUSO millennials-friendly upholstered seatings.
Photo-essay by Amey Kandalgaonkar portrays Shanghai Art Deco architecture revealing a the dark-side of a new Gotham City.
nanimarquina presents new collections of rugs designed by the Bourollec brothers and Neri&Hu according to the eclectic art carpet crafting.
ArchiPanic celebrates the new year with 10 great cultural architectures that will inaugurate and mark 2016… From Rio de Janeiro to Cape Town, from Shanghai to Miami, Happy New Year!
ArchiPanic interviews DesignShanghai creative directors Ross Urwin and Darrel Best on Chinese design Renaissance and Milan Design Week.
Design Shanghai 2015: a starred line-up didn’t hide the work of Chinese talents and professionals who lead independent design “Created in China”.
At Design Shanghai, Zai Ye Design presents a collection of vases that translates rounded volumes into linear profiles thank to 3D printing technology.
At Design Shanghai 2015, new brand Twenty-Fourteen presented Cocoon shelves system by Naço Architecture redefining bamboo for modern living.
At Design Shanghai, studio Frank Chou presented furniture collections that define the new “fusion” attitude of indipendent Chinese design.
Pop band OK GO made a viral and colourful commercial for a Chinese furniture store turning interiors into psychedelic graphics and optical illusions.
Visionnaire studio MAD Architects designed the Sheraton Moon Hotel rising on Nan Tai Lake in China to underline the link between human and nature.