Tag Archives: Chinese architecture

Transforming an abandoned cement factory in Xiamen into a meditative cafe

Transforming an abandoned cement factory in Xiamen into a meditative cafe, Wanmu Shazi has redesigned an abandoned cement factory, transforming it into a new meditative café in Nanshan Village. Wanmo Shazi started his career in the wooden furniture sector, and he named the cafe Buduo Teahouse. The design included six giant concrete cylinders, including three […]

Hanging garden vertical tropical resort design in China

Hanging garden vertical tropical resort design in China, Büro Ole Scheeren has unveiled a design for a vertical tropical resort, with hanging gardens on each floor. Design Location The tropical resort complex is located in the beach resort of Sanya in China, which is considered one of the busiest and most popular domestic holiday destinations., […]

Transforming an abandoned shopping center into a flooded park in China

,Transforming an abandoned shopping center into a flooded park in China CLOU architecture practice, in Beijing, Shanghai, has transformed an abandoned shopping mall into an immersive garden, using different types of plants, green spaces and water components. The mall is located at Nuohemule Station, in Hohhot, Inner Mongolia, and has been named CapitaMall Nuohemule. The […]

Complete Wood Pavilion #2 in China by LIN Architects

Complete Wood Pavilion #2 in China by LIN Architects, LIN Architects has completed a small wooden pavilion painted red in Zhenjiang, Jiangsu, China. Dubbed Wood Pavilion #2, the project is a new iteration of a pavilion, Wood Pavilion #1 implemented by the studio in Zhenjiang, China. Design Features Covering a total area of ​​50 square […]

Chinese home remodeling ideas to solve housing problems

Chinese home remodeling ideas to solve housing problems, In 2014, the Chinese government launched a home rebuilding program, dubbed the “Dream House,” in which architects and interior designers called for some problematic old homes to be remodeled. Some of these houses have a strange shape, some are small, and some have very insufficient lighting. The […]

The difference between Japanese architecture and Chinese architecture

The difference between Japanese architecture and Chinese architecture, Both Japanese architecture and Chinese architecture bear some similarities, but there are many vast differences that tend to be overlooked. Although China has historically influenced Japan through Buddhism; However, the differences are in the details. One of the main influences of each architectural style is that the […]

Designing the Beijing Sub-Library as a knowledge forest

Designing the Beijing Sub-Library as a knowledge forest, The Norwegian practice Snøhetta set out to build the Beijing Sub-Library, which features a ginkgo-like forest canopy that supports a 16-meter-high glass façade in Beijing. The project will be a contemporary and timeless space for learning, knowledge exchange and open discussions, as well as a celebration of […]

The design of the Datong Museum of Art in China is in the form of four pyramids with interconnected ceilings

The design of the Datong Museum of Art in China is in the form of four pyramids with interconnected ceilings, Foster + Partners provided a masterpiece design for the Datong Museum of Art in China, where the design is formed by four interconnected pyramids, covered with curved steel plates, naturally oxidized. The museum is currently […]

Conference center design with titanium-clad corrugated platform

Conference center design with titanium-clad corrugated platform, Pritzker Prize-winning architect Thom Mayne’s designed a conference center that features an undulating platform clad in titanium roof panels to spark sunlight while playing on the water’s surface. Dubbed the Yangtze River International Convention Center, the project is a 36,000 square meter complex, located at the major crossroads […]

Coordination Asia designs children’s museum in Shanghai

Coordination Asia designs children’s museum in Shanghai, Coordination Asia designed a contemporary art and design museum for children with polka dot floors and fun whitewashed interiors in Shanghai, China. Dubbed the Children’s Museum of Glass 2.0, the project covers a total area of ​​2,320 square meters, for young visitors by converting it from a former […]