Young Chinese furniture designer Shuang Liang has presented Tuann, his first furniture collection at the Stockholm Furniture Fair 2015.
Based in Beijing, the designer originally studied at the School of Architecture at CAFA (Central Academy of Fine Arts) before moving to Scandinavia and studying at the Oslo School of Architecture (AHO) before moving back to China to develop his furniture range there.
Design Shanghai will be taking place from 27 – 30th March this year at the Shanghai Exhibition Centre in the heart of the city.
Design Shanghai is China’s leading international design event, breaking new ground and setting a precedent in China’s ever-growing design community.
Ziji Yu of CSH Design is a young Chinese designer based in Shenzhen. His work spans typography and graphic design with recent branding completed for a new China Folk theme park, with him incorporating bright colours, simple type and generous helpings of tradition.
Nanjing based Chinese designer Hangqingtang runs a small studio in the city, producing branding work for the city’s local firms. His use of creative type and unusual print stock help him to be one of the better design firms in the city.