Designed by M Moser Associates, developed by Q-Plex The Nest Art Center, Shenzhen, China
For art centers, their design aspirations – rooted as it is within its locale - is of equal importance to its attention to
practical considerations. It is not only a reflection of contemporary movements in culture and art, but also a benchmark
in the city’s progress on an international stage. Q-Plex’s developers hope that it will become an iconic symbol of the
city, known for its refined qualities, both internal and external – and thereby create a fruitful tension between its
spatial accomplishment and future potentials.
Designed by Jingle DesignThe X Macallan Bar
Design should break down stereotypes,
reshape scene interactions, and drive towards
business goals within the logic of returns and
market trends and beyond creative formulas
and aesthetic laws.
Designed by SpActrumAIRMIX LIFESTYLE
in the next SÍYNTHESIS ARCHITECTURE 65
SpActrum introduces the metaphor "bubbles", which is not only a design concept echoing the lifestyle boutique topic, but also a form manipulation methodology used as part of the design.
Designed by ArchermitWOYUN PLATFORM
Reclining Amongst the Clouds
Lying 50 kilometers to the north of Chengdu, the majestic Longmenshan Mountains and Min River cut a swathe across the rich fields of Sichuan province, creating in their stead two
distinctly different worlds: the Chengdu Plain and the Western Plateau.
SA中國 SELECTION 63
Dragon Lake Public Art Center
La maison Xun
Tianyou Experimental Primary School and Kindergarten