Design Shanghai 2017 opens, Asia’s leading international design event, has teamed up with famous landmark Shanghai Xintiandi to bring the best of international and local design across the city.
Design: MORE Architecture and AIM
With their design for the mixed-use building Jiaxing Island the Shanghai-based offices MORE Architecture and AIM Architecture challenge the conventional notions of urbanization in China.
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Architects: Muxin Studio
The politics of space, as advocated tirelessly by Lefebvre, is materialized as ubiquitous nets of power relations, rending all the office spaces a colosseum of power.
Design: Schmidt Hammer Lassen Architects
The main part of the library will float above two pavilions that will house a 1200 seat performance venue, exhibition and events space and a children’s library, that will all open up towards a series of landscaped courtyards and gardens.
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Architects: Lead 8
Located in the Huangpu district of Shanghai, the reorientation and renovation of Cross Tower adopts a sophisticated industrial character, complementing the original art-deco style architecture of the tower.
Design: Thomas Wong / Ennead Architects
Start on site for the new 38,000 sqm / 409,000 sqft planetarium that will define a new identity for the Shanghai Science and Technology Museum (SSTM) and the Lingang district.
Design: Andrew Bromberg at Aedas, Architects
Gemdale Changshou Road is located within the inner ring of Shanghai urban city, near the historic Changde Road with close proximity to two metro stations and a planned future green area in the residential zone on the south.
Design: Gensler ; 2DEFINE Architecture
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