NJFU Landscape Studio (part of Nanjing Forestry University) have been working on an installation at the 8th National China Flower Expo, being held in Changzhou. The town is well known for its lotus leaves and the architects wanted to reveal the close relationship between the natural form of the leaves and its inherent architectural qualities....
Wang2Mu has updated his portfolio with his latest design work, a super complex hand drawn ‘ball’, following on from F*** Chinese ZF.
PLaT Architects from Beijing have designed a hotel in the Inner Mongolian desert. The unique site meant that the construction had to be lightweight, with no concrete or water used, using pre-fabricated panels instead.
Mar from Sichuan is a young designer who primarily uses watercolours to create her work.
This brick structure was completed a few months ago in Jiangyin, Jiangsu Province by Jiangyin Architectural Design Research Institute. The Jiangyin Lingang New City Planning Exhibition Hall in based in a rapidly expanding part of the Yangtze. On the edge of a park, and connected via an underground walkway, the building is comprised of brick...
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Shanghai based practice, Scenic Architecture have completed a community centre for local residents on the outskirts of Shanghai. It includes rooms based around a central courtyard and can be used as tea rooms, gallery spaces or simple meeting rooms.
It is not often that a traditional Tea brand in China gets a makeover, often preferring to stay with their old style recognisable branding, but Yuan Yuan was given the opportunity and went back to the company’s roots, and giving it a contemporary makeover, with a mix of typography and photographs.
We have previously featured the work of photographic duo Peng & Chen on EightSix before, and this is Peng Yangjun’s latest work – the curious way of covering yourself from head to toe when going to the beach in China.
Hangzhou based Sun Xin designed a range of concrete planters to compliment her concrete ANNA mirror.
Turenscape recently revealed their work in France at the Château Chaumont. The small rain garden is a contemporary re-interpretation of Chinese Traditional Gardens with curving paths and enclosures snaking from small to large.