With the theme of “sea”, T.K Chu Design seeks to create an interior that captures the poetic coastal lifestyle of the sea, the culture, and the city.
Opening for the first time since Sydney was plunged into lockdown in June, White Rabbit Gallery is back with its newest exhibition, Big in China.
Once a room within one big, bourgeois house, this U-Shaped Room has become a grand little house in itself, thanks to a reimagining of space by Atelier tao+c.
Tea drinking may be steeped in tradition but 蜜葉裡 Ambrosia has been designed by Biasol for the modern, mindful tea drinker of today.
Not Just a Shop, designed by Yatofu Creatives, is a lifestyle concept store renowned in China for its eclectic assortment of products from around the world.
From the big picture of massive visionary urban designs to the minute scale of physical product making, the exceedingly versatile Pan Yi Cheng recounts the genesis of Produce.
Adaptive reuse and restoration was the name of the game when it came to Neri & Hu’s brief for the recently re-opened Tsingpu Yangzhou Retreat in China.
The Peranakan style, with its blend of Chinese and Malay influences, carries a distinct allure that has stood the test of time. With this apartment, Linear Space Concepts has combined traditional Peranakan elements with new ideas to create a gorgeous home that stands out from the rest.
Traditional notions of a Chinese teahouse are met with modern iterations of architecture and design to bring together the two opposing ends of the spectrum at Tao Hua Yuan teahouse designed by CL3 Architects.