The Shanghai firm headed by Lyndon Neri and Rossana Hu were tasked to renovate an old brick building containing two levels of offices, to combine this use with a cultural center including a library, an exhibition hall, and a multipurpose space for 10
This twenty-room hotel rises in an environment dotted with small lakes and a handful of preexisting structures that have been transformed to adapt to new uses...
Located by Cool Docks, a new development on the South Bund District of Shanghai, the Waterhouse is a four-story, 19-room boutique hotel built into an existing Japanese Army building from the 1930s. The concept behind the renovation rests on a clear c
The partial liberalization of the market for architectural projects in China has in past years led to a hatching of young practices bent on exploring paths other than those of official corporativism or the ‘weird architecture’ of international stardo
China has the geographic entity of a continent, the economic potential of a small planet, and the complexity of a macrocosmos with room aplenty for different geographies, tongues, and idiosyncracies. China is the politically unanimous country organiz