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Chairman’s Message

2020 marked the sixth anniversary of the London Design Awards. We started this program to recognise leadership, excellence and courageous, design-lead projects in the commercial, government and community sectors. Each of the 2020 awarded projects took a different path in searching for the unmet needs of the stakeholders and users, but they are all undeniably made for people. The tumultuous nature of 2020 left the world scrambling to understand, adapt and respond to the ever-changing situation. ‘Normal’ was put on hold and we have had to universally strap in for an abnormal ride as we navigate through a new everyday. Market conditions entered a state of flux, and almost a year on that continues to be the case. In these moments of upheaval, it is the designers’ role to bring us to the future faster, and those that have shifted away from past concepts of normal, who have refactored their businesses to the current and future conditions and who remain adaptable, have provided

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themselves with the greatest possible opportunities to thrive in this era of the New Possible. At DRIVENxDESIGN we too are evolving. 2020 was our 11th year of award programs, bringing a new focus for a new decade. Over the last eleven years we have pushed as hard as possible to build the world’s largest network of award programs - along the journey there has been a range of supporting tools and programs that have evolved. We are continuing to roll out more improvements to the DRIVENxDESIGN Portal to make it even easier for Award Managers to nominate and celebrate awarded projects and enhance the awards showcase. As of 2020, anything to do with the Award Programs stays under the DRIVENxDESIGN banner while everything else falls under the ‘Design Exec Club’ banner. The Award Programs are all about providing recognition for project teams, suppliers and those with the courage to sponsor.

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The Design Exec Club is about actionable strategic input for design focused executives. Our Supporter Program (p8) is designed to help suppliers and brands connect with the best of the best and gain invaluable connections with the emergent talent of our Elevate Program. The Design Exec Club is based on a dinner club I started in 2014 when touring through global design capitals. What began as an informal dinner conversation showed there was a glass ceiling for design conversations - it wasn’t punching through to the boardroom. Over the last 6 years, many of those dinner guests have been promoted to C-Suite positions and it proved high time to welcome in other C-Suite types to explore how design accelerates their organisational goals.

The members of the Design Exec Club are united by a common goal for a Better Future. It is all about how we can ensure the best possible future for our grandchildren’s grandchildren - yes, that’s right, five generations. Through both our DRIVENxDESIGN and Design Exec Club platforms we are proud to recognise the thought leadership that is going to create a thriving economy that is equitable and environmentally conscious. That is a Better Future, and we want to celebrate those with the courage, diversity and excellence to make it a reality. Again, congratulations, thank-you for being a part of our vision, and keep maintaining your courageous stance.

Founder & Awards Chair, DRIVENxDESIGN Mark Bergin

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DRIVENxDESIGN Award Programs

We are DRIVENxDESIGN (pronounced DRIVEN by DESIGN), a global independent design promotion organisation that oversees programs of recognition (AKA the world’s largest network of Design Award Programs). We are led by a global community of C-suite executives who make up the members of our sister project – The Design Exec Club. Our global community is now 95,000 members strong, involving over 7,500 brands and 2,500 studios - we come together to innovate, accelerate and grow demand for design.

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In 2020. We celebrated over $USD350B of design projects globally and raised the profile of over 1,200 design projects. We like to think of ourselves as ‘champions for a better future’, our goal is to bring recognition to applied design projects that are helping us accelerate economic outcomes with a social and environmental impact. Our Award Programs are market-based, to include national and international design projects. drivenxdesign.com/awards


For every program we publish an Awards Annual, which showcases the courageous, diverse, and excellent winning projects from each program.

Programs that speak to the respective themes. These inaugural special editions will highlight the best of the best in global design.

This year, we will also be publishing two curated annuals - the Better Future Annual and the Innovation Annual - that feature a selection of truly outstanding projects from across all our Award

Our Awards Annuals are distributed in digital and print formats to our award winners and partners, Design Exec Club members, and wider industry partners.

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Supporter Levels

2021 is shaping up to be one of the most dynamic growth years in the UK Design Market, with many studios experiencing growth levels unseen since the 1980s. Now is the opportunity to place your brand into the spotlight, to be present alongside these leading, growing studios and join in the celebration of their courageous, diverse and excellent work. Be in the room where it happens and place yourselves into the Awards Annual side by side with the 2021 Design Award winners.

As well as Award Program exposure, we will put you in touch with the incredible emerging talent coming out of our Elevate program – where the goal is to shine a spotlight on those that are hidden in the corners. These are our future design leaders and we are offering to give you ahead-of-the-pack access. We are offering four partner levels to help you position yourselves alongside some of the best London and International design projects. You can choose from Black, Platinum, Gold and Silver Support Levels across single or national markets. drivenxdesign.com/supporterlevels

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Nomination Packages

To assist with the nomination process, we are offering Nomination Packs, which are suited for those wanting to submit a range of nominations, either in one program or across multiple programs in the same currency. The majority of our community don’t just nominate one project, they take advantage of the Award Programs and community activation as a way to showcase project pride, celebrate with clients and the team behind the project, as well as meeting with industry peers. That is why we are offering bulk discounts ranging from 22.5 – 30%, with options for small (4), medium (8), large (12), or extra-large (20) nomination voucher packs. Stretch your award’s budget further and pick up a nomination pack today.

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Design Exec Club Executives are always striving to stay up-to-date - to know what’s evolving and what’s on the horizon - looking out for signals and new networks, hoping to collide with people, ideas and opportunities that would ordinarily pass them by. The Design Exec Club exists - through Award Jury roles, Exec Dinners, Town Hall panels and Spotlight podcasts - to provide a platform that accelerates the profile and trajectory of future-focused leaders. At the Design Exec Club, we are proud to say “we don’t make things, we make things happen”.

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Town Halls Weekly episodes featuring a select group of C-suite designers sharing their thoughts on how design is making the economy thrive. If 2020 has taught us anything, it is that the equation for a thriving economy is more than just the economic factor: Economic + Equity + Environmental factors = a thriving economy. The Town Halls are recommended viewing for any designer focused on how design is accelerating the New Possible in boardrooms and C-suites around the globe.

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Architecture Commercial - Constructed. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Commercial - International. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Commercial - International Hospitality. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 Commercial - International Sales. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 Mixed Use - International. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30 Proposed. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35 Public and Institutional - International. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38 Residential - Constructed. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43 Residential - International. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45

Interior Design Co-Working & Studio Space. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48 Corporate & Commercial.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51 Hospitality. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57 International Club & Lounge. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58 International Co-Working & Studio Space. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63 International Commercial. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68 International Experience Center.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 73 International Gallery - Exhibition. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 79 International Hospitality - Stay. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 84 International Hospitality - Casual.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 89 International Public or Institutional. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 95 International Residential - Compact. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .100 International Residential - Large. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .106 International Residential - Villa. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 112 International Retail. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 117 International Sales Center. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .122 International Showroom or Flagship. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .128 Residential. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .130 Retail. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 131

Landscape Design. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .133 Lighting Design. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .138 Pop-Ups, Display, Exhibit & Set Design. . . .142 Urban Design. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .146


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22 Bishopsgate Project Commissioner AXA Real Estate Lipton Rogers Developments Creator PLP Architecture

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22 Bishopsgate, designed by PLP Architecture for AXA IM - Real Assets and Lipton Rogers Developments, is the tallest tower at the heart of the City of London’s financial district. Shaped to respect townscape views, its twenty-three-sided, faceted glass form makes a strong and serene backdrop to the surrounding articulated towers and to the historic fabric of the Bank of England Conservation Area.

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Magazine London Project Commissioner Knight Dragon Creator Nissen Richards Studio Team Jim Richards : Project Director Alex Sprogis : Project Architect

Magazine London is a major new event space for the capital. The building, an 8m-high, monolithic, L-shaped black box, forms a dynamic new horizontal plane against the vertical cluster of City of London towers beyond. The purpose-built destination is now the largest of its kind in London, with over 3,200 sq m of versatile interior space. It caters for up to 3,000 people and can accommodate a further 7,000 by making use of the venue’s outdoor showground. Magazine London is a collaboration between innovative space creators Venue Lab, technical production specialists Vibration Design and Production, catering experts Moving Venue and property developers Knight Dragon. Situated on a brownfield site on the Thames riverbank to the west of the O2, the venue is designed for temporary use (up to 10-12 years), whilst the area undergoes extensive residential, commercial and cultural transformation.

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Xinglong Lake CITIC Bookstore Project Commissioner China CITIC Group Creator MUDA-Architects Team MUDA-Architects was founded both in Boston, USA and Beijing, China in 2015, whereafter Chengdu Office was established in 2017. MUDA is composed by creative designers with the background of global diversification, who are forward-looking, experienced, professional and ingenious in the field of architecture and design. We are committed to cutting-edge urban design, architectural design, interior design and art product design, etc. The project practice is diverse, providing excellent customer service and acclaimed design works. 16

In 2018, “Xinglong Lake Bookstore Architectural Creative Design Competition” started to be open to the public entries. MUDA-Architects emerged as the winner among 20 finalists out of 249 candidates. Chengdu Tianfu New Area has been identified as a crucial node in the development of The Belt and Road Initiative and the Yangtze River Economic Belt. This was stressed by President Xi when he visited Xinglong Lake in February 2018. He also mentioned that it was significant to analyse ecological value in line with the development to implement the concept of “Park City”. To correspond, the competition is prepared for creating a lakeside bookstore as a new landmark of Chengdu, which could leverage the ecological value and the human spirit collectively. Taking this as an opportunity to reflect and embody the inimitable temperament and leisurely lifestyle of Chengdu, MUDA-Architects made efforts to convey the esteem of local natural environment and add a new dimension to the future vision of “landscape integration and urban symbiosis”. London Design Awards 2020


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Y TIME Project Commissioner Yanlord Land Group Limited Creator Lacime Architects

Y TIME locates in the northern zone of Suzhou. Placed in a favorable natural environment with convenient traffic, the center aims to distinguish itself as a community landmark, a display center and an outstanding modern architecture.

Team Cen Ling(lead architect), Huang Xiaojuan, Ruan Fuwei, Chu Wei, Yao Kaili

The architectural appearance consists of two irregular volumes that revolve, overlap and interact with one another. Some elements are presented repeatedly either in a similar or totally different manner. Time seems to stand still as visitors lose themselves in this ingeniously designed space. The revolving and overlapping building blocks make the architecture look multi-dimensional and stunning, as if a huge art museum was standing on the ground. Architects hope the building is just as impressive as an artistic sculpture that can be inscribed in everyone’s heart for long.

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Suzhou Riverside Community Center Project Commissioner China Railway Construction Real Estate Creator Lacime Architects Team Song Zhaoqing(lead architect), Chen Lingfeng, Zhang Chao, Liang Yingwen, Cai Renxue, Chu Ziyuan, Guo Dan, Wu Minqi, Yan Lei, Wang Yuge, Liu Yueyi, Guo Dan

The community center is located in Suzhou, close to where the water of Dushu Lake flows out on the eastern bank of the upper reaches of the Grand Canal. It functions as a place of interaction and service for residents in surrounding areas, and it is designed to present life in an artistic manner. When architects first come to the site and enjoy the sight of the Grand Canal along its stone railing, an idea of stone and water comes to their mind naturally. The two phrases of “reclining stone beam” and “clear and green glaze” have largely depicted the future of the building, and it only calls for perfection in lightness here. The building and landscape of the project are like cell division and differentiation. One rectangle is divided into two parallel parts: the lower part continues to be separated into four landscapes in stacking arrangement while the upper part is split into three blocks; a path lies across the water, the three blocks turn into boxes in different colors and textures, and doors and windows are kept.

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Renovation of Hangzhou Intime Wulin Department Store Project Commissioner Zhejiang Intime Department Store Creator UDIA Architectural Engineering Design ( Shanghai ) Team Kiko Leong (Lead Architect), Claire Xie (Project Manager), Claire Xie, Gehry Shen, Ning Xia, Shifu Xing, Yafang Shen

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Located in Hangzhou,the Intime Wulin Department Store, or Intime Wulin for short, is the first and flagship store of Intime Retail. It was opened in November 1998. Before renovation, Intime Wulin was composed of one self-owned building of the store as well as two buildings (Phase I & II) of the Hangzhou Department Store. These three buildings do not share unified visual identity as a whole. The building renovation design focus on changing the overall architectural image. Streamlined roof beams and arches, as well as uniform frame modules are the highlights of the design. One-layer continuous arches form a unified business interface the use of uniform modular design ensures the integrity of the three buildings and enables them to possess distinctive characteristics for the sake of structural variety.

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Nanchang Rsun - Shi Guang Li Sales Center Project Commissioner Rsun Properties Group Limited Creator Shanghai PTArchitects Team Yao Hui, Lu Bin, Wang Xun, Xu Lei, Wu Jihong, Yang Yun, Wang Dinghui, Li Chong, Gao Puzhen, Qiu Chenxi, Wang Yunqing, Hu Juntao, Zhang Xinying, Zou Hongyu, Chen Yangmo, Yuan Biying, Lin Ning, Zhang Bo, Lin Chen, Xiao Rui, Wang Zhicheng

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At the beginning of the design, the Nanchang strange stone ridge and the water sleeve dance were selected as cultural elements, and the starting point was the beauty of the strange stone and the spirit of the water sleeve. The shape and plane were twisted, beveled and divided to achieve balance, which is a metaphor for contemporary oriental aesthetics.

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Four Seasons Hotel at Comcast Technology Center Project Commissioner/Creator Foster + Partners Team Norman Foster Russel Hales Annamaria Anderloni

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Located next to the existing Comcast Tower, the Comcast Technology Center rises 1,201 feet (341 meters) as the city’s tallest building. The tower is vertically stepped, with loft-like workspaces and state-of-the-art television studios for NBC and Telemundo, with a 12-story Four Seasons hotel above. The Four Seasons at Comcast Technology Center is the tallest hotel in the USA (outside of NYC).

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Luzhou Yunjin Paradise Cloud Hotel Project Commissioner Sichuan lvzhiyuan Real Estate, GreenTown Real Estate Development Group Creator Zhejiang Qingmo Engineering Design Team Architect Design: Yu Gang, Tong Jun, Pan Youwei, Bao Peipei, He Chenhao, Pan Yong, Long Shu Structural Design: Zuo Yinghui, Zheng Guihua, Jiang Rui Electrical Design: Ni Jian, Xu Zhexing, Xie Jinjin Water supply and drainage Design: Zheng Meihua, Liu Chao HVAC Design: Wang Xiaopeng, Wu Yangjin

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Located in Luohanlin, Xuyong County, Luzhou City-the junction of Yunnan, Guizhou and Sichuan, Luzhou Yunjin Paradise will be built into the “Back Garden” of Chengdu-Chongqing Economic Belt. The main peak here is 1902 meters above sea level. Boasting flowery spring, fruitful autumn, cool summer and snowy winter, it has excellent natural advantages as a destination for tourism, summer vacation, sports and wellness. The Cloud Hotel is located at the highest point of Luzhou Yunjin Paradise. Here you can overlook the vast black pine forest around, watch swirling clouds, the sunset and the ascending moon, or look up at the boundless starry sky. The base is shaped like a boot across a valley. The maximum elevation difference of the terrain is about 46 meters, which makes the design quite difficult. It is planned to highlight the living and playing experience in the cloud, fully consider the relationship between the building and the mountain to create a superior viewing horizon, while respecting nature and reducing the amount of earthwork. London Design Awards 2020


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Yongjia Hotel Indigo Project Commissioner Yongjia Nanjia Tourism Development & BlueTown TaoliChunfeng Construction Group Creator Zhejiang Qingmo Engineering Design Team Architect: Yu Gang, Bao Peipei, Zhang Zhichao, Tong Jun, He Chenhao, Pan Yong, Qian Xunjian

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The hotel is located in Yantou Town, Yongjia County, Wenzhou City, in the valley plain of the middle reaches of Nanxi River. Nanxi River is famous for its clean water, amazing rocks, large number of waterfalls, ancient villages and beautiful beaches. It has been rated as one of the 40 most beautiful scenic spots in China by CNN, reflecting the perfect artistic conception of Chinese classical ink and wash painting. We hope to create a local hotel holiday experience and improve the service system of our resort town. On the one hand, we wish to combine local conditions with the village spatial form of local characteristics. On the other hand, with the concept of natural mountain restoration, we hope to balance the hotel volume in the complex terrain for the buildings to be integrated into the nature, and to fully utilize the surrounding landscape resources.

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Display Center of Royal Time Residence Project Commissioner Financial Street Holdings Creator Shanghai PTArchitects Team Yuan Yuan, Zhang Zhibo, Li Yanli, He Yongqiang, Yang Xue

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The project is located in the downtown area of Taihu New Town, Suzhou, China. The owner of the project hopes that the display center can convey the same allure as the classical traditional Chinese gardens of Suzhou, meanwhile the faÁade be informative and impressive, and that the layout and functions conforms to the personality of the younger generation. For this reason, the area near a strip of 12-meter-width city park becomes the point where the design gets started. The overall design emphasizes the visitor’s experience of the space on site, especially when it conveys the fluid circulation of different spaces as experienced in traditional classical gardens in Suzhou. The display center consists of three separate functional buildings with an open area enclosed in the middle. It looks like three independent glass boxes of different shapes and sizes are beautifully scattered on the site.

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Floating Courtyard Project Commissioner Sunac China Creator The Architectural Design & Research Institute of Zhejiang University Team Architecture: MO Zhoujin, QU Jie, WANG Yuping, SU Renyi, LU Zhaoyang, CHEN Liping Structure: JIN Zhenfen, WU Qiang, ZHANG Li, ZHANG Shenbin, RONG Zihan Landscape: SUN Dongming, LOU Xuantan

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Located in the center of Yiwu, the project has an urban road with a spacious street-facing display facade on the east end, existing architectures on the southwest end and Luo Binwang Park on the north. The sloping terrain of the site is an extension of the Park. The project enjoys a total land area of 6,980 m2 and a total construction area of 3,119 m2. With a height of 16.80 m and 3 floors above the ground, it’s an Urban Aesthetic Experience Hall in Yiwu. The building takes cues from the architectural form and structure of Yiwu Huangshan Bamian Hall, a traditional cultural heritage of China’s national treasure, and draws on its spatial processing methods of “borrowing” and “coupling”, showing the spatial transparency from the physical interface and the organizational relationship of the space respectively.

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Phoenix Mansion Project Commissioner Ye Heng Creator Group of Architects

Located in the downtown of Wenzhou, Zhejiang Province, the Arts Center is currently used for the presentation and sales of the “Fengqi Yuming” project. Though a sales center, the Arts Center is artistic and pure in design.

Team He Jian, Han Zhongqiang, Liang Guobin, Wang Yong, Yu Xiang, Wang Dongdong, Xu Haoxiang, Cai Lei

The “Arts Center” is a carrier of Greentown’s grand vision of pursuing ideal life. “Yu” (jade) is the soul of the “Fengqi Yuming” project. The core of the scheme comes from a verse in The Book of Songs - “As knife and file make smooth the bone, so jade is wrought by chisel and stone”, regarding “fine jade is wrought after cut and polish” as the starting point of building image. “The mountain is glorious with jade”. The Arts Center is expected to become the uncut jade of the project and also a beautiful view at the corner, adding luster to the entire community and allowing passers-by to feel a poetic touch like uncut jade.

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Wuxi THE ONE PARK Demonstration Area Project Commissioner Sunac China Shanghai regional group Creator Shanghai Tongyuan Architectural Design Team Yang Tao, Tang Jun, Han Yaozong, Li Shengxiang, Zhang Feng

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The project is located in the core area of Taihu New Town, and adjacent to Jiangnan University and the administrative center of the city. The exceptional geographical conditions endow the project with profound cultural context and characteristics. The overall planning of building in the demonstration area employs a matrix layout, which is complemented with sunken courtyard, pergola, and screen walls, to enrich the sense of layering of the space and create a tranquil internal atmosphere in spite of the chaos of the surroundings. The building utilizes neat lines, adopts minimalist design languages, and incorporates the charm of Chinese style. With simplistic form and gentle illumination, the building shows an eye-catching floating image, making it a visual focus on the site. The design team created infinite imagery via simplistic approaches. The architecture and landscape are perfectly merged, and the interplay of varying light and shadows help produce a lightweight, transparent architectural appearance and a cozy spatial ambience.

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Wulin Downtown Project Commissioner China Overseas Development Group (Hangzhou) Creator W. Design Team Landscape design: SecondNature Architectural design: CUBE Design / ACO ARCHITECTS & CONSULTANTS Interior & decoration design: W. DESIGN Sculpture design: †NTLS design / XSPACE

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The project is the demonstration area and sales center of the residential development China Overseas - Wulin Downtown located in Hangzhou, China. The residential development is 2 kilometers away from Wulin Plaza, and sits on the former site of Hangzhou Oxygen Plant Group, which has been one of the industrial pillars of the city for nearly 70 years. The development respects the site’s conditions and cultural context, carries the local people’s memories and will set an example for urban regeneration and inheriting industrial civilization. Its overall planning and design take cues from King’s Cross - a mixed-use, urban regeneration†project in central London, while also paying tribute to local industrial heritage. Both the living area and the demonstration area adopt industrial-style and minimalist design languages. The design emphasizes the contrast of black and white hues, highlights the primitive textures of materials, and creates dialogues in the space.

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WuliEpoch Culture Center Project Commissioner Sino Ocean Real Estate Creator Atelier Alter Architects Team YingFan Zhang, Xiaojun Bu, Ping Jiang, Wei Huang, Zhenwei Li, Ran Yan, Lairong Zheng, Jue Wang, Leilei Ma, Bo Huang, Chuan Qin, Lianhua Liu, Chunyu Cao, Jiang Wu, Weicong Lin

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WuliEpoch Culture Center attempts to create a triptych for architecture, landscape and interior design in the project. While the project is encompassed by the splendor Western Hills, the architecture and interior design put up an immersive show within the landscape. The distance landscape is introduced to the project in a dynamic rather than static way. A continuous path wrapped around from exterior to interior. The first nature of landscape and the second nature of the interior space join seamlessly through the path. The ambiance along the path is circumferential and religious to some extend, as a way to worship nature.

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Comcast Technology Center Project Commissioner Liberty Property Trust Creator Foster + Partners Team Norman Foster, Mina Ayoughi, James Barnes, Joseph Bausano, Chad Bishop, Andy Bow, Alex Bosch de Legorburu, Grant Brooker, David Burton, Heidi Chi, Nigel Dancey, Maria Fillar, Spencer de Grey, Dave Freedman, Daniel Glaessi, Alfredo Gonzalez Pleguezuelo, William Gordon, Russell Hales, Dominik Hauser, Annamaria Anderloni, Beau Johnson, Arjun Kaicker, Simone Lam, Insub Lee, Yuan Hsin Lo, Naveed Mughai, David Nelson, Andreas Peyeri, Pierpaolo Rapana, Katy Roach, Paola Nena, Eva Seo-Andersen, Dan Sibert, Paul Stanbridge, Zoe Stokes, Rosy Sturridge, Theodoros Themistocieous, Catherine Thiemann, Sarah Wai, Chris West, Emilio Oritz Zaforas 30

Located next to the existing Comcast Center, the Comcast Technology Center rises 1,121 feet (341 meters) as the city’s tallest building. The Comcast Technology Center is vertically stepped, with loft-like work spaces and state-of-the-art television studios for NBC10 and Telemundo62, with a 12-story Four Seasons Hotel above. At an urban scale, the project is conceived as a welcoming addition to the neighborhood, integrated with its shops, bars and restaurants.

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Greenland Yejin Mansion Project Commissioner Greenland Hong Kong Creator HYP-ARCH Design Team Project Leader | Jiefeng Yang, He Yi Creator in Chief | Dong Li Design Team | Huawei Han, Jingjing Ruan

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Based on the genius loci, it shows respect to the cultural context and preserves the city’s back gardens to continue the memory of the past and the old. The original site and cultural elements were preserved, and the walls were removed to create a green and sustainable open space. Old buildings with traditional features and strong sense of the times, such as the giant smokestacks, the auditorium and the moon door, have been remained as symbols and memories of history and culture.

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Sino-German D-Zone Building #4 Project Commissioner Sino-German United Group Creator Qingdao Institute of Public Architectural Design Team Ma Lin, Liu Shicai, Li Ke

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Located in the Sino-German D-Zone Creative Park in Qingdao, China, the project serves as a museum and the Sino-German cultural exchange center, contributing to the Sino-German communication. The entire park is based on the creative design which returns to nature, creating a green, waterfront, and artistic space. Design is not to create landscape, but to integrate design into nature and add more natural vitality to nature. The multi-functional green open spaces reflect the different styles of each state. With the mix of evergreen and deciduous trees, it creates an ideal display and working environment. In the heart of the site, it is the central area, which is not only the focal point of vision, but also provides people with a place to relax. The project has improved the microclimate and stored rainwater, thus, created a good ecological environment.

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SharingSpace by ChangQun Project Commissioner/Creator ChangQun Construction Company

Sharing Space, which is a 3 floor place that introduced the idea of sharing the open space as a cultural area for the public to participate and experience.

The functions of the building consist of 1F- a Catering and Recreation Area, 2F- an Artwork Showroom, 3F- an Exhibition Area for Life Enrichment. The whole building utilized indigenous bamboo from local- Nantou County to develop the mold, which is the first bamboo-mold construction in Taiwan.

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Haimen International Community Exhibition Center Project Commissioner China Merchants Shekou Holdings Creator Lacime Architects Team Song Zhaoqing (lead architect), Chen Bin, Li Ming, Chang Lei, Li Zhi, Liu Zhaoxin, Wang Shanshan, Qu Sijia

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Haimen International Community Exhibition Center is located in Haimen, Nantong city, southeast of Jiangsu Province, facing Shanghai across the river. The city has been praised as “The Hometown of Science and Technology”, “The Hometown of Education” and so on. With its prosperous economy and profound historical background, it is one of the representatives of Wu Yue Culture. The site is located in the important urban landscape green belt, namely, east of the Zhang Jian Avenue, south of the Shanghai Road and north of the Hong Kong Road, and its eastern side is not yet functional. The plot is relatively flat and divided into two by a landscape river in the middle. Based on the study of the surrounding environment and the purpose of maximizing the display function of the exhibition area, the project selects the park land on the east side, with the entrance set on the west side of the park, and also designs a parking lot by using the dead end on the west side of the park. London Design Awards 2020


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Forest Green Rovers Eco Park Stadium Project Commissioner Forest Green Rovers / Ecotricity Creator Zaha Hadid Architects

Zaha Hadid have been selected to design the new home for English Football League 2 side Forest Green Rovers that will not only be a new stadium but also an important addition for the community

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Elements Project Commissioner Kondor Wessels Creator Koschuch Architects / Arup

The all-round and sustainable building design “Elements” was selected by the city of Amsterdam as the winning design for the realisation in the new Amsterdam city district of Amsterkwartier. With its iconic, sculptural form, Elements completes the Amstelkwartier’s skyline. The Amstelkwartier has a pure urban design with clear ‘Amstelkoppen’ and sharp corners. Elements enriches the skyline of Amstelkwartier and Amsterdam with an elegant, solitary, 70-meter tall tower. With its light, all-round, metropolitan character, it relates to the other high-rise buildings, and forms a prominent and recognisable benchmark. Thanks to its unique sculptural character, it simultaneously obtains its own identity with multiple inviting faces, which shows a changing perspective from different angles. Sharp corners and setbacks are softened by the rounding of the horizontal lines and the play of light on the glossy and matte bronze-coloured materials.

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Panda Base Sightseeing Tower Project Commissioner/Creator Shanghai United Design Group Team zengzi

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UDG- Atelier Alpha lately won the competition of Conceptual Design of Panda Base Sightseeing Tower in Chengdu China. As the summit of the Panda Base, the tower will be the landmark building and guardian of the whole site. Our whole design process was based on parametric technique.

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Changsha Meixihu International Culture and Art Centre Project Commissioner Meixihu Investment (Changsha) Creator Zaha Hadid Architects

The Changsha Meixihu International Culture and Art Centre by Zaha Hadid Architects is a fittingly expressive and organic multipurpose space for the artistic and cultural happenings in Hunan’s capital. It is the centrepiece of a massive $130 billion infrastructure plan to revitalise the Changsha.

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Shuyang Art Museum Project Commissioner Jiangsu Shuyang New City Science and Education Investment Management Creator The Architectural Design & Research Institute of Zhejiang University Team Project Leader: DONG Danshen Architecture Design: CHEN Jian, NI Jian, CAI Yi Structure Design: WEI Kaizhong, WU Shuai Water Supply and Drainage Design: Zhou Xin Electrical Design: LI Ping, YE Jin Heating and Ventilation Design: PAN Dahong, ZHANG Minmin Landscape Design: CAI Xiao’ang, WANG Hui

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This project is located in the hometown of traditional calligraphy, Shuyang, Jiangsu province, and is positioned as the calligraphy art gallery to display and inherit Shuyang calligraphic style. The concept of architecture abstracts the most fundamental three colors, black, white and red of Chinese calligraphy from rice-paper, brush-pen, seal and creates a pure space experience with pure colors. The aesthetic interest of the calligraphy in the architectural layout referring to Zheng Banqiao’s calligraphic style is to respond to the ideological and practical work, the light and heavy, and the opening and closing of the calligraphy through controlling the size of the building, the space, the contrast of the materials and so on.

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Flying Project Commissioner/Creator Kris Lin International Design

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The project is located at Jiangyin city, the center of the Yangtze River Delta urban economic planning zone. We want to create an urban art experience center. The design inspiration comes from the “flying over the water surface”. We take the water from the Yangtze river to the landscape pool, and design two building blocks around the landscape pool. The two building blocks are connected by the emptying layer, and the gathering space is formed under the emptying layer, which can be used for public activities. And form the final architectural shape of a pair of flying wings.

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Xinzhou Planning Exhibition Hall Project Commissioner/Creator Shanghai United Design Group Team Qian qiang

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The Xinzhou Urban Planning Museum is located in The Great Industrial City of Wenjin, Xinzhou District, Wuhan city, Hubei Province. The Seat of the district government, The City of Ju, is the satellite city of Wuhan. The Yangluo Kaifa District is the provincial economic development zone built by the urban area, and the Daoguan River Scenic Tourist Area is one of the four great tourist areas of Wuhan. The area where the base is located is the key area in the planning of the new town, with unique landscape resources. The planned building covers an area of 20,500 square meters, with a total construction area of 8,000 square meters.In terms of functional layout, the core function exhibition hall is placed in the occlusive part of the two shapes, other ancillary functions are placed around, VIP reception and catering are arranged on the southeast side, and offices and meetings on the north side. Function partition is clear, streamline is organized reasonably. It is a planned exhibition hall with exhibition, office, reception and other functions. 41


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BIT Sports Center Project Commissioner Beijing Institute of Technology Creator Atelier Alter Architects

The project creates a porous campus that encourages visual and physical access to abundant activities, in urban and architecture scale. Transparency in space inspires trans-disciplinary dialogues among students. New social space triggers new networking and new model of education: learning from being inspired, Team in an active open field. The project offers 15,692 Yingfan Zhang,Xiaojun Bu,Zhenwei Li, Kai Qin, sqm of indoor athletic space, including basketball Ping Jiang, Wei Huang, Tongwei Liu, Dehu Du, hall, swimming pool, and spaces for gymnasium, Jiahe Zhang, Ran Yan, Lairong Zheng, Jiaming Mei, taekwondo, table tennis, etc. The project reiterates Lidong Song, Xiaoxiao Zhao, Jingshi Zhang, Bida Wei, Da Vinci’s interdisciplinary dialogue between science, Wei Xiong, Weidi Chen, Xiaoqing Guo, Xueyun Da, architecture, and art, through reconstructing Da Bo Huang, Leilei Ma, Hui Cao Vinci’s “Flying Machine”with “trajectory parabola.”

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Belsize Fire Station Project Commissioner Platinum Land Creator Tate Harmer

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Tate Harmer has turned a three-storey former fire station in Belsize, north London, into energy-efficient apartments. The project is a reinvention of this amazing Grade II* building into wonderful residential accommodation, both affordable and open market housing. Tate Harmer have also created a very sustainable scheme that still protects and enhances the building’s incredible heritage features. More substantial improvements to the building fabric have increased thermal performance while retaining the fire station’s original elements such as timber frames and panelling, glazed white bricks, fireman poles and double-height spaces built as engine bays.

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Mole House Project Commissioner Sue Webster Creator Adjaye Associates

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Mole House is a three-storey live-work space in the heart of Hackney, designed as a single-family dwelling for contemporary artist Sue Webster. The project came together as an exercise in excavation and retention, with Webster’s vision for the new home being strongly tied to the history and fabric of the original building. The detached Victorian house was left vacant and derelict after a 40-year long tenancy, held by a resident locally referred to as the Hackney Mole Man.

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Yuguang Island family house Project Commissioner/Creator Mao, Shen-Chiang Architecture Studio

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This project is situated on a small isle which is located only ten minutes from downtown. There are three individual houses made up of exposed concrete to be joined together as terraced houses. The northern side of this project fronts on a major road. The exterior shows the minimum visual effect and the interior remains an open, smooth, and cozy space for residents.

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Cang Ma Mountain Residence Project Commissioner Qingdao West Coast Development Group Creator Qingdao Institute of Public Architectural Design Team Liu Mengtao, Li Kun, Han Chengyi

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The project is located in the beautiful Cang Ma Mountain Tourist Resort in the west coast of Qingdao, China. With good ecological environment, the project site has beautiful hills and abundant ecological vegetation, which is known as an important ecological central region in the west coast area. The purpose of this project is to solve the resettlement needs of the surrounding four natural villages, and it is necessary to build economic development houses to provide basic guarantee for the economic income of villagers. The overall land scale of the project is about 130,000 square meters, with an above-ground construction volume of about 131,400 square meters, an underground construction area of 19,800 square meters, and a total construction area of nearly 151,200 square meters. The above-ground buildings are mainly divided into two types: residential and public buildings. Residential buildings are mainly 4-to-8 storey buildings, and public buildings are 2-to-3 storey commercial buildings. London Design Awards 2020


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Beauty Mansion White Project Commissioner/Creator Hann Shyang Construction Co., Ltd

Since Palm Jabel in Dubai, Lumiere and One Central Park in Sydney, National Aquatics Center in Beijing, the PTW classic sailing design is finally in Taipei, splendidly presented as Beauty Mansion White.

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Unity, Brighton Project Commissioner Unity Creator M Moser Associates Team Mariana Anelli - Project Lead / Lead Designer Sarah McIver - Senior Designer Ilia Lalagkou - Graphic Designer Rob Hicklin - Head of Visualisation Ryan Bailey - Senior Visualiser Konrad Nowak - Pre-Con Manager Wayne Crompton - Technical Designer Keith Wall - Technical Services Manager Peter Yarnold - Furniture Manager Barry Catherall - Project Manager Stuart Martin - Site Manager Fraser Wilson - Site Document Controller Additional design resource: Dean McGuinness, Agata Kaczorowska, Sepandar Keyvan 48

The office design M Moser Associates created for real-time 3D platform Unity in Brighton acts as an immersive user experience that empowers its creators and wider community. Unity had outgrown its previous spaces and required a single office that would foster connectivity between its staff, while providing an exceptional client-facing experience. Having occupied multiple buildings in the area since 2009, the interior design honours both the company’s longstanding ties to Brighton and reflects its global values. This unique community-driven workplace aligns a variety of different spaces and work settings to create a technology-infused brand journey.

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Symons House Project Commissioner London and Scottish Student Housing Creator 74 Team David Holt - Director Bianca Yousef - Associate Interior Designer Rob Brown - Interior Designer Megan Jones - Interior Designer

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74 created a stand-out – and game-changing student amenities project for client London and Scottish Student Housing (LSSH) within their newbuild Symons House student accommodation block in Leeds, as well as creating the project’s branding and wayfinding. The client had a vision for a study and leisure space that would be unlike anything seen before in this market in terms of quality and sophistication. The full suite of amenity spaces includes a reception lobby, back-of-house space, study lounge, meeting rooms, library, communal kitchen, toilets, cinema room, gaming lounge and gym, as well as an 8th floor private dining room. The building, by Leeds-based architectural practice Cunniff Design, takes the form of a reverse L-shape, with seven storeys on its lower horizontal plane and twenty-one on the vertical upright section. Both the building’s ground and lower-ground storeys, where the amenities spaces are located, stand out by being indented from the main building above and also by featuring glazed walls.

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Number One Kirkstall Forge Project Commissioner CEG Creator SpaceInvader Design

The banks of the River Aire on the outskirts of Leeds city centre are undergoing a transformation; with high quality offices, new homes and a wealth of complementary facilities being built, creating a genuine and sustainably led community.

Team Project Manager – Pierre Angulaire MEP – Hoare Lea Acoustics – Hoare Lea Lighting Designer – Enigma Lighting Cost Consultant (QS) – Turner & Townsend Contractor – Ultimate Office Group FF&E – The Furniture Practice

As the oldest continually industrialised UK site, the masterplan intertwines placemaking, industrial heritage, sustainability, cultural values and quality, providing arguably one of the largest and most inspiring regeneration projects in the North of England. Number One is the first office building within the £400million Kirkstall Forge 57-acre, mixed-use development. Boldly conceived as a product that doesn’t currently exist in the market, Number One is a Grade A, BREEAM Excellent, WiredScore Platinum, EPC A rated, high-quality office befitting a city centre but its outof-town location reflects the emphasis on the quality of working life.

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MUSE Riverside House Project Commissioner Muse Developments Creator SpaceInvader Design Team Project Manager - Avid M&E - Hannans Lead contractor - Overbury Carpets - Ege Timber Floor - Havwoods Wall Finishes - KABE Acoustics - Anne Kyyro Quinn Feature Lighting - M3 Industries Blinds - Silent Gliss

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Riverside House is part of a wider regeneration scheme across multiple existing buildings within the immediate area, along the River Irwell. The client’s aim was to make a statement about delivering more innovative schemes across the region, whilst this particular space would provide their colleagues with a flexible working environment to thrive within as they relocate from their previous premises in Salford. Riverside House, built in the 1860s, is a Grade II-listed building, adjacent to the old railway goods yard at New Bailey in Salford and located directly alongside the River Irwell. The building was locally listed but had stood in ruins for a number of years, before being acquired by the English Cities Fund for re-development. The main building structure was heavily damaged and the decision was taken by the fund to retain and repair the existing brick faÁade and construct a new, four-storey CAT A office with a brand-new structure. Muse then took the decision to relocate to Riverside House and signed a lease agreement with the fund.

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Merchants CloudPeak Center Office Space Project Commissioner China Merchants Shekou Industrial Zone holdings Creator ShenZhen Trinity Interior Design Team Creative Director: Tao Huang Chief Designer: Zhihong Li

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Merchants CloudPeak Center, located in the core area of Binhu New District, Hefei, Anhui, is an example of China Merchants Shekou Holdings’ effort to upgrade its product system. As the only commercial complex project that stands at the junction of two subway entrances in the government area, the Center shows strong vitality and development momentum through the diversified space and will unfold brand-new business office era and become the new benchmark of city office.

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An Emerald Ray of Sunlight Project Commissioner Twain Star Creator HAOYANG Interior Design

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As a 30-year-old corporate office, a brand new style is hoped to be shown after the refurbishment, the interior design can elaborate on the culture and spirit of the corporation and the spatial feeling will bring people an exclusive image of inheritance and continuity of which. Incorporating delicate narration of natural elements such as wood textures, stone and rock panels, and with moderate embellishment of greenery and earth tone, the overall space is free from the traditional restrictions of standard offices, interpreting the gathering of humanities and ideas and reflecting the high-quality and profound office.

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The Gaslight Building Project Commissioner I.S.A. Holdings Creator Bureau de Change

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Restoration and extension of a 1920’s shoe factory in Central London. Originally constructed in 1929 as offices for the now-defunct Gas, Coke and Light Company, the building has recently been completely renovated by dMFK Architects to include a series of bright, airy rooms. Bureau de Change was tasked with developing the interiors, which are meant to have a contemporary feel while still showing hints of the building’s art deco heritage.

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W&H Law Firm Office Project Commissioner W&H Law Firm Creator Walk the talk Space Design Team Han Guangyu, Xu Sheng, Yang Qiuping, Peng Feifei

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The project is an office space situated in a regular office building in Kunming, Yunnan Province. And Kunming is a charming place where multiple ethnicities gather together. The client hoped to have a unique office space with local cultural characteristics. Therefore, the project aims to create an open office space which is rich in local culture, so that everyone here can enjoy work as well as social activities. Besides, Kunming is a charming place where multiple ethnicities gather together.

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The Body Shop Project Commissioner The Body Shop Creator Morgan Lovell

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The Body shop wanted an office space that would boost collaboration and morale with a design that would reflect the ethics and the character of the business. Two of the overriding themes on this project were unity and pride. The office design needed to allow the people that come to work for The Body Shop to feel at home. It was clear from the outset of the project that the client team wanted to focus on making this new workplace inclusive and varied, to replicate the identity of The Body Shop. Specifications such as gender-neutral toilets and a balance of private and communal spaces were decided upon to make sure that staff would see the harmony between the brand and the workplace.

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The Bristol Loaf, 94-96 Bedminster Parade Project Commissioner The Bristol Loaf Ltd Creator Phoenix Wharf Team Emma Carter, Associate Creative Director, Phoenix Wharf Chris Gwyther, Founder & Creative Director, Phoenix Wharf

The Bristol Loaf is a local, independent artisan bakery providing a community food hub in Bedminster, Bristol. The dynamic new space incorporates an organic sourdough bakery, Hugo’s Greengrocer, Two-Belly Cheesemonger and The Bristol Vine – an exciting, new organic & natural wine shop. Located on Bedminster Parade, the café-store sits within Engine House Developments, a boutique, mixed-use development, taking up the entirety of the site’s ground floor, with 240 sq m front-of-house space and 90 sq m back-ofhouse to deliver an expanded food and drink offer. The vision for the new undertaking is an ethical supermarket that is accessible to all, where customers feel very welcome to spend time and relax. The Bristol Loaf will be retailing its own takeaway bakery produce in the space, as well as offering café customers a menu that includes coffee and pastries and a deli offer encompassing soups and sandwiches, quiches and salads, plus drinks such as smoothies and kombucha.

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Magic Box Project Commissioner Beijing CHENGMAO Real Estate Development Creator Beijing Boswell International Architectural Design Consulting Go.Ltd Team Chief designer: Ping Wu Deepening designers: Yunfeng Xin, Fangfang Du

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Located at Shuise Shiguang West Road of Shunyi district, Beijing, “Magic Box” occupies 1,100 m² with an interior area of 227 m². Unlike traditional commercial space, “Magic Box” is designed by Boswell into a novel and lively sharing and flowing space with various functions such as catering, learning, entertainment, fitness and children’s activities.

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Jinzhong Kylin Mansion Club Project Commissioner Jinzhong Kylin Mansion Creator Poetic Space Team Yang Yuan, Haiyang Ni, Yingqi Yan, Ping Li, Ba Huang, Fangzhi Huang, Renhui Lu

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Jinzhong Kylin Mansion is located in Shenzhen, overlooking Xili Lake in the northwest, surrounded by Qilin mountain, wildlife park, Xili golf course and Shenzhen University Town in the southeast. It can be said that the environment is superior. According to the regional characteristics and under the dominant atmosphere of modernism, the designer uses the design language to have a dialogue with the space, and then interprets the visual, tactile and spiritual resonance, and reappears the humanistic landscape pattern of “in a busy city, the heart lives in a paradise”.

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The Future City Project Commissioner Leading & Dowell Creator Zest Art

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Project is located in Mianyang, Sichuan, which is adjacent to the Fu River. The design devotes itself to realize the spiritual pursuit of the customer group for a better human habitation. The design rebuilds the spatial relationship, which blends the four intention scenes of flying birds, Fu river, waterside landscape and memory time in space. It takes the natural habitat as the theme and uses the story scenes as the user experience that committing to turn the space into the expression of the superior life style in the future.

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Qingdao four seasons flowery café Project Commissioner Vanke group Creator SWS Group Team Wei Sun, Zilin Zhang, Yangyang He, Tianyu Zhu, Huanhuan He

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The flowery cafe aims to building the most beautiful and popular café on the west coast with the concept of “technology, future, universe”. The designer used elements of romance and nature to create an open leisure space full of plants and flowers. By means of vision and smell, the designer creates an artistic interactive combination of flower house and café.

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Hangzhou RIVIERA MANSION Apartment Club Project Commissioner Hangzhou Cinda Real Estate Hangzhou Binjiang Real Estate Group Creator Rumo Interior Design Team Chief design: Jason Chen, Henry Cui Design Team: Rumo Interior Design

The RIVIERA MANSION apartment consists of nine high-rise buildings with the ground construction area of 96,000 m2 and the underground construction area of 49,000 m2, which is the first project that Cinda Real Estate held in downtown Hangzhou and also Binjiang Group’s brand-new residence in Qianjiang New Town. The project is the club of the apartment. Located at CBD of Qianjiang New Town, it enjoys the unique landscapes of the district, the ruins park and the Fuchun Park from the near to the distant, which shows the stereoscopic effect. Besides, it enjoys great educational resources that Shengli Primary School, Hangzhou Middle School affiliated to Beijing Normal University, etc. are nearby, and commercial resources like Wantai Mall and WUMART. Located in Shangcheng District of downtown Hangzhou, The RIVIERA MANSION Apartment Club draws on the BVLGARI’s design style and concept and emerges as a magnificent visual style of the space to show its luxury.

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Liu Zhi Studio Project Commissioner Zhejiang Wenli Culture Communication Creator Wang Jian Space Design

Liu Zhi Studio is a a box full of sunlight. Taking advantage of the good natural and waterfront landscapes of location, it reduces the sense of aggression in the space through a minimalist approach, showing a respect to human and nature. A lot of folding and hidden doors and windows are used to blur the boundary between the inside and outside, so that the indoor and outdoor form a natural and organic whole. The sunlight and natural changes help to bring vitality to interior which coexists with people and space. Respecting the natural texture of materials, the designer used the most simple and environmentally friendly building materials to create a natural and elegant atmosphere. Restraining the subjectivity of design, the designer also encouraged the client to decide the spatial functions. In this space, people’s behavior patterns are free, flexible, and full of unknowns and surprises.

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Zhenro Sky Mansion Project Commissioner Zhenro Group Creator Nature Time Architects

Shenzhen-based NTA Design created a model “working + living” space for an apartment development in Xi’an, China. Based on the approach of deconstruction, the designers broke the traditional spatial pattern, and created a modern space which perfectly integrates experiences and functionality.

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United Art Project Commissioner/Creator Face & Associates Inc. Interior Design Team Li Zhang Dan Dan Zhang Jie Li

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The home of Face Design surmounts the arrangement of a regular office space with the fundamental model of a “United Office,” allowing for easier interaction and communication between people. Based on the idea of “Unity,” the work station is no longer the core of the office, but rather the interchanging spaces. Relaxing, versatile, fun and creative interchangeable spaces allow for more natural and volunteering work interactions.

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Easy Work Project Commissioner/Creator G-Art Architecture and Interior Design

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EASY WORK is a new type of smart office building located in Shanghai, China. EASY WORK is a new type of smart office building that can “breathe”, and it has been recognized by the international green and healthy building authority. It is the first WELL landing project of Longfor Group, and it receives WELL—CI&CS certification from International WELL Building Institute. This is the third office building in Shanghai to receive this certification.

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EVD Office Project Commissioner EVD Design Team Yang Bing, Hao Liyun

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Located in Shanghai, China, EVD office is conceived based on two design threads that derive from site restrictions. One extends from the entrance to the interior, while the other is folded out vertically in the 5-meter-high space. Due to site limitations, the position of the foyer determines the location of the entrance. In addition, the structural framework and the five orderly window openings define the placement of the wall. The entrance protrudes towards the foyer, due to the consideration of fire control regulations. Its position and width for evacuation bring new opportunities for the organization of spatial pattern and form. The overall spatial design starts here.

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City of Time Project Commissioner Ronshine Group Creator Face & Associates Inc. Interior Design Team Li Zhang Dan Dan Zhang Ding Yuan Sun Jie Li

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The passing of an era is the beginning of a new era, continuing with the traces of the urban memories, allowing for conversation between memories and cities; the overlapping of the old and the new results in the fusion between the traditional and the contemporary, with the looks and the future existing in symbiosis.

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Hefei Feidong WuYue Plaza Project Commissioner Seazen Holdings C Creator VE Commercial Space Design (SHENZHEN)_Ltd. Company

WUYUE PLAZA, located in Feidong Hefei, covers an area of 140,000 square meters. Luzhou, a legendary city with more than one-thousand-year history, is the birthplace of people’s life and culture in thousandsof-years river civilizations.

Team Jinming Chen, Wei Jiang Nujing Yang, Xiaolei Ye Shengzhi Liu, Zengyun Huang

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Z31 Transformation of Z31 commercial podium building of Crowne Plaza Hotel Project Commissioner/Creator Chengdu Hesheng Business Management Team Chuan Wang, Wei Yi, Shujie Teng, Shunchao Yu

Z31 commercial renovation project is located in the old city center of Chengdu, adjacent to Taikoo Li cultural and commercial district, and forms the core business district of the old town center of Chengdu, which is also one of the most important tourist spots for foreign tourists. The main building is Crowne Plaza five-star hotel. As an independent commercial podium building, how to respect the original character and reflect the owner’s fashion and commercial demands? How to bring fresh life to the city through renewing urban architecture in the high population density area? We adhere to the concept of people-oriented; fully respect the original main building, aim to create a vertical space commercial center for our city.

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U Style Office Project Commissioner U Style Office Creator Guo Guang Yi Ye Decoration Group

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As a senior hairdresser with more than 10 years of working experience from Fuzhou, Fujian, China, the owner wants to own a studio full with vitality, inspiration and creativity, which is in harmony with his creative work. After placing into the studio, the fascinating experience will make people believe that they are in a valley. After living in cities full with uproars and noises, one would always be yarn for returning to the original nature. Among the hustles and bustles of the fast-paced city, people are more eager to see the shadow of the nature. The new energy from the breakthrough in design will stimulate the brain to transcend from loneness and relieve the fatigue brought by busy urban life.

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Green Town Hangzhou Qianjiang Century City Life House Project Commissioner Hangzhou Greentown Asian Sports Village Development Creator BY Design Team Jingru Zhu, Jiexiang Shen, Hongcheng Lu

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Elements of architectural art contain light and shadow, walls and Space. Just like the endless breakthrough and enterprising spirit of self, this case will use “infinity” mobius ring into visible visual effect. The pendant lamp that is spiral upward likes the ribbon in gymnast’s hand free brandish, presenting the vigorous and healthy sportsmanship visual effect inside the big space. In addition, accord with the sportsmanship struggling upward, it brings public life vitality.

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INTERIOR DESIGN - INTERNATIONAL EXPERIENCE CENTER

Sunac • Emerald Coast Experience Center Project Commissioner Sunac China Holdings Limited (southeast region) Creator DSC • DESIGN Team Design Team: Li Zizhao, Xia Pengjun, Zhang Gongfa, Wu Dandan, Yin Jiani, Xu Lei, Wang Xingyun, Zhao Yangyang

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Located in Pingyang County, Wenzhou, the project is the sales center and experience center of a coastal property development. In order to highlight the project’s regional features and its function as an experience center, the designers adopted an ocean-themed expression so as to create better user experiences.

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Changshu China Merchants - Qinhu Town Exhibition Center Project Commissioner China Merchants Shekou Industrial Zone Holding Creator Puli Design Team Jie Shen, Ying Lu

In the soft decoration design of this case, the designer tries to learn from the modern design techniques of the art gallery, and substitutes a modernist cultural carrier and design language for Changshu, a city where modernity and humanities coexist. The designer expresses the natural form of the space through the orderly composition, interleaving and arrangement of arcs and spaces, thus interpreting the elements and forms of modern aesthetics. In the design of material selection, the designer pays attention to low-carbon environmental protection, beauty, and practicality. At the main entrance, the designer extends the first-level eaves and aluminum curtain wall of the building into the interior, emphasizing the integration of architecture, landscape and interior. The blue-gray stone wall with “bubble” texture, like the light and shadow of the water surface refracting to the wall, contrasts with the scenery of the foyer.

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Sky-City Experience Centre Project Commissioner Hangzhou Vanke Creator More Design Office Team Name of lead designers: Justin Bridgland, Jaycee Chui, Tony Tang, Momo Dong

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The intention behind the project is to establish the sales center of the future, conceived as the new heart of the community. The Sky-city experience center proposes itself as a hub where residents of all ages can gather at any time to enjoy common activities and workshops and to discuss together about the future development of the area.

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Exhibition Gallery of The Windows of Shanghai Intelligence and Science Project Commissioner/Creator G-Art Architecture and Interior Design

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Exhibition Gallery of The Windows of Shanghai Intelligence and Science is a real estate sales center located in Jiaxing City, Zhejiang Province. The positioning of the project is a park art gallery and a cultural landmark. The expressive tension of architecture and landscape is very strong. The building responds to the city with curves, and the landscape maximizes its extension.

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Tracing Clouds Project Commissioner Poly Creator Face & Associates Inc. Interior Design Team Li Zhang Yao Xi Li Cheng Chen

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Jinan, “Ji” for short and with the alternative name “City of Springs,” is the capital city of Shandong Province, and signifies the key positions of politics, culture, education, economy, transportation, and technology. For the “72 famous springs”, Jinan is also called “City of Springs,” where has the gorgeous natural environment. With the reputation of “lotus flowers are encircling all the places and weeping willows are wavering almost everywhere; the city is replete with mountain-view and half of it is on lake-front,” Jinan’s eight stunning natural scenes are globally notable. Jinan is also a visited city, where has the unique natures of “mountains, springs, lakes, rivers and towns.” Jinan is the national city of history and culture as well. It’s the one of the best city for tourists in China, and it’s the one of the birth places of prehistoric Longshan culture.

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Zhengrong Mansion Project Commissioner Zhengrong Group Creator Shenzhen Taigu Design Team Kan Tan, Xiaosan Li, Tingting Zhang, Yixuan Hao

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The vitality of the space lies in its sustainable development. It will be a land of ideal and freedom when its vision for the future is not limited to the form, even if it inherits genes of the region and history. This is exactly the presence of View of Jiangyue Zhengrong Mansion. Inspired by this inclusive city of Fuzhou and the legendary history of maritime silk road, the flowing River Min is brought in and leading the way in the main area. Like the silk satin, it stretches softly, adding complementary interest to the architecture, landscape and even the interior space.

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Lanzhou Wanda City Exhibition Center Project Commissioner Wanda City Creator Greed Lotus Design Team Liliang Shan, Liang Shi, Ningning Zhao, Lei Zhang, Li Dai

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Lanzhou Wanda is located in Qilihe District, the “subcenter” of Lanzhou. Taking the concept of Jade belt in the sunshine and red massifs, seeing from the angle of typical Danxia landform, the geographic business card of Gansu and keeping to the point in virtue of elegant silks and brocades, the cultural business card of Lanzhou. The designer expresses quiet and lasting space moods full of rhythms with peaceful and smooth curves, graceful structure, pretty posture and exquisite materials and brings people fine and beautiful impression after catching a glimpse.

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Jinzhong Kylin Mansion Hushan Art Gallery Project Commissioner Jinzhong Kylin Mansion Creator Poetic Space Team Yang Yuan, Haiyang Ni, Yingqi Yan, Ping Li, Ba Huang, Fangzhi Huang, Renhui Lu

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Jinzhong Kylin Mansion Hushan Art Gallery, with its unique design perspective and new expression form, boldly integrates Chinese aesthetics with modern architectural techniques. In the name of poetic Oriental, the designer tries to use the ancient simplicity and calm demeanor of oriental aesthetics to inject a touch of grace and elegance into the modern lifestyle. The sales center will be transformed into a theme club of book bar in the later period. The designer also fully considered the response to the functions of the later club when designing this case in order to reduce the costs of secondary design and transformation. For emphasizing the comfortable and tranquility of east life, the designer refers to the theory of flowing space by Smith Van Der Rohe, and minimized the partition of the blocking space, so that the space is simply and necessarily divided instead of being divided into independent individuals according to functions.

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Xi De Ni Stone Exhibition Hall Project Commissioner Xi De Ni Stone Creator Pan Zhou Design Consulting Team Li Zhenjie, Chen Zhennuan

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The whole stone exhibition hall upholds the principle of “examining the delicate relationship between stone materials from a new perspective”. Starting from the inspiration of “space”, a new interpretation of material, man and space is made. Closed-eyed fantasy in the vast space universe, the human body in suspension, movement of the huge stars in front of is so small. It is precisely this state of disparity that makes us truly shocked by the changing colors and subtle texture of stars, and experience the tension and impact of “material”. Every detail of the design is created visually, and the interaction of shape, color and quality conveys the individuality of the stone.

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Poly • DreamWorks— Esports-themed Exhibition Center Project Commissioner Poly Group Creator Lonson Design Team Design Team: Yuan Jing; Zhong Jian

Capture the tracks of urban development, and build a wisdom valley of future technology. Actively responding to the “culture-oriented” urban development concept, Poly Group (Southern China Region) supports the promising eSports industry and build an eSports-themed living, recreational and social space, where can help the young people to achieve their dreams. Poly • DreamWorks stands in Guangdong–Hongkong-Macao Greater Bay Area, putting on a fantasy show of the future technology in modern city. Based on the imagination for the rising technologies of mobile games and eSports, the interior design team adopt the idea of cosmic space with planets as images, which triggers the consistency of architectural landscape design. With the theme of future technology, restoring a harmonious cosmic homeland is the mutual dream of the project.

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Unlimited Center of Art Project Commissioner Lionfulland Creator V.M Design Team Chief designer: Zhao Shu Rendering: Xue Yuanyang Decoration: Li Yuling, Wen Yaru Coordinator: Meng Bin Designer: Wang Luotong

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The design themed “Faith flutters in the air” starts from a work of art. Art appears as an idea and means of design. We adopted this method to omit all things except for space and art, as they overpower everything else. And the temperament of space, and the ambience that people could feel are both guided by art. A space only with art serves as a spiritual haven and a sneakoscope into the spiritual world for ordinary people. The various problems and possibilities of art itself also bring feelings that vary from person to person in the unvaried space. Accordingly, the spatial ideology also varies from person to person.

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Bodu Resort Project Commissioner/Creator CSD.Design Team Can Zhang, Wenting Li, Yu Deng, Wenjing Liu, Shasha Mou, Zhangping Wang, Jun Tang, Boyu Wang

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The hotel is located on a cliff 40 meters away from the ground, embracing thousands of mu of forest in Xishuangbanna, enjoying the mild and humid climate of Southeast Asia and containing rich and diverse ethnic customs. Although the designer has profound experience in hotel design before, how to let people enjoy the unique experience brought by space is his eternal thinking and theme.

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Impertial Court Project Project Commissioner Impertial Court Creator Guangzhou Optimum Interior Design Team Chief Designer: Quankuan Lin, Lihong Ye, Xiongbiao Luo, Xiaojie Su Assistant Designer: Zhongxiong Wu, Xiaoqiang Su, Wenjin Chen

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As a local enterprise in pursuit of innovation, the client identifies the theme of the restaurant as “new style Chaoshan cuisine” based on the flavor of Chaoshan region in Guangdong, which inherits the essence of the tradition and obtains the favor of the cities’ elite class with a new image. Guangdong Chaoshan cuisine is always famous for its fresh taste of food, which is one of the important representatives of Cantonese cuisine. The restaurant is located in the commercial podium building of a premium office building in the CBD area. Linear simplicity and facade in white of the building highlight the minimalist modern architectural characteristics. There are more than 100,000 white-collar workers in the neighborhood, among whom 30 and 40 years old will be the main customers of this restaurant.

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Beauty Mansion White Project Commissioner/Creator Hann Shyang Construction Team WANG, SHENG-CHENG

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An elevated lobby, as if a see-through glass box, allows in the wind from the shore, improves the air flow and reduces the need for air conditioning. The visual focuses on the scenic view of Bitan, taking the surrounding water, clouds, trees into consideration, as if composing a dance in the water shadows.

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Dunhuang Hexi Corridor Grand Hotel Project Commissioner Dunhuang Hexi Corridor Grand Hotel Creator DHIA Cheng Chimin International Space Design Firm Team Chimin Cheng, Min Huang, Zhenli Wei, Xingchen Li

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The doorway adopts the thinking mode of modern architecture, extracts the image of streamer from the flying fresco and extends the regular body, plus the commonly used arch fighting elements in the local architecture, through the structural change, the two are integrated. In many parts of the room, niches are used to outline the rich and not fussy space atmosphere, but also to interpret the many regional characteristics of Dunhuang Grottoes.

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Moji Inn Project Commissioner Moji Inn Creator GP Design

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Moji Inn is a renovation of an old house built in the late Qing Dynasty almost a hundred years ago. Inspired by Hui architecture, the project retained the basic structure of the old building and built other two supporting houses. With the typical layout of boutique hotel, the design optimizes the interior traffic line and creates a comfortable living environment. The designer adopted the simple local materials which represents the local characteristics in a limited budget. It is also easy for future maintenance. The inn has attracted many visitors and gained reputation.

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Shy No BBQ and Bar Project Commissioner Shy No BBQ and Bar Creator Osten Space Design Team Kingdom Kuo, Xiufang Zhao, Xiang Ren

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This is the fifth restaurant operated by the project owner. Each has a different design style. This dining room is the restaurant for the owner to prepare for the future chain business, so we both put a lot of energy into it. Our goal is to create a new barbecue shop that is in line with the current consumer preferences. The style is to highlight the personality of the operator and let it make acceptable to the elderly and young.

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Pulin Organic Spa Project Commissioner Chengdu Ao Shi Da Business Management Co.,Ltd Creator Chengdu Resolute Space Design Co.,Ltd Team Chief Designer: Xue Li Assistant Designer: Xing Yang, Jinliang Zhong

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“Soak up the spirit of nature, nourish the circle of life” is the core concept of Pulin Organic SPA. All products are selected from Australian organic natural brands with ingredients derived from natural sources and organic elements. With the quickening pace of the living environment, a professional SPA with essential oils and aromatherapy has become a healing method for people, according to the concept of the SPA ,Resolute Design team created the concept of “utopia submerged in the hustle and bustle of the world”, creating a place for self-cultivation, create a natural place in the concrete and steel, let our guests return to the most primitive shelter of human “cave”, back to the original starting point of human “womb”.

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Non-fading Beauty Project Commissioner Baka Kaka Creator HSID Studio Team LI, YI-HUA

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Elegance is the only beauty that will never fade. This design project adopted ingenious French-style elegant characteristics to decorate the dessert shop, further endowing the space with possibilities, gradually establishing an elegant quality via the circulation planning, decoration arrangements and circulation segmentation.

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Huangpu Taste Project Commissioner Finance Company Creator Damai Interior Design

The project is located in an office building in Shanghai Lujiazui CBD, which is the most advanced economic position in China. It is not a catering place open to the outside world, but a space used for internal reception and dining in urban office in order to reduce travel time and improve work efficiency.

Team Black Lv, Liheng Wang, Juju Hu, Haoxin Huangfu

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Root Inn Bar & Restaurant (One Mall, Nanjing) Project Commissioner Root Inn Creator Turing Design Team Li Gan, Li Qian, Liu Peng, Botanical Silver

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The brand’s name Root inn can be translated into the “root of plants” or the “root directory” in computerese, which implies an intention to explore the underlying program beneath the natural orders through technology. In this way, the logic and imagination can be revealed. The hidden imagination under the surface is similar to the roots underground. If you have enough imagination to penetrate the surface and reach the real core of nature, then you are can use the advanced color combinations in nature to represent the extraordinary energy that belongs to it. The designers intend to integrate the electronic technology with nature and explore a way to build communication between the contradictions in nature and the future.

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Xie Yan Project Commissioner Yunnan Fengge Ningyu Catering Management Creator Yunnan Dowlin Interior Design Team Yuchi Zhang

In this case, the VI design theme color changes from crab red, orange to white, echoing the color relationship of a fat crab shelling and meat picking. The design of the front door does not have too many redundant decorations, but the designer uses exquisite details to let customers feel the original intention and sincerity of the shop. The warm lighting and overall color are attracting people to push the door. The construction and presentation of all atmosphere are the best annotation of the word “sincerity”. The layout of the restaurant is in the shape of a crab. In the middle of the restaurant is a slightly raised platform, which is made up of the shell. The robatayaki bar is cleverly embedded in it, which becomes the pattern on the crab shell. The two card seating areas become the eyes. The floor at the entrance is made of hexagonal tiles, which becomes its claws.

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Opplyst Project Commissioner The National Library of Norway Creator Nissen Richards Studio Team Exhibition Design: Nissen Richards Studio Project Director: Pippa Nissen Project Architect: Kate Coghlan Graphics: Nissen Richards Studio Head of Graphics: Candy Wall Graphic Designer: Laurène Ciocco Lighting Designer: Studio ZNA AV hardware design: Sysco Main Contractor: Petter Halvorsen Specialist contractor: Factory Settings Showcase Contractor: Meyvaert

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Opplyst is a new permanent exhibition, designed by Nissen Richards Studio, at The National Library of Norway (Norway’s Nasjonalbiblioteket). All branding and graphics within the exhibition are also by the London-based studio, for whom this is a second project for the same client. The first, a temporary exhibition on Norwegian book history, came to a close in January. Opplyst, meaning ‘Enlightened’, refers to the new exhibition’s central concept: the display of thirty highly-significant objects from the country’s history – fragments that helped shape the nation. The objects are now on display together for the first time in the Library’s central Oslo premises, with every surface and aspect bespoke-designed to create this dramatic and intense immersion into Norway’s fascinating history.

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Guizhou Medical University Dental Clinic Project Commissioner/Creator Guiyang Architectural Design Institute Team Li Xiongming

In the case of Guizhou Medical University Dental Clinic, designer Li Xiongming, with his advanced aesthetic consciousness, profound design skills, ingenious ideas and new creative ideas, tells every patient that dental hospital can be a modern aesthetics full of flowing motion, a scientific and technological building with a sense of future, and a window of care full of warmth. Through experiential design, the designer fully shows†the achievements of dental development in recent years in the†limited space. Through a wellthought-out layout, the newly built reception hall has a unified theme, clear levels, novel design, and outstanding highlights, which can catch people’s attention.†Through the creation of the overall atmosphere, the designer uses the dialogue between the building and the space to reflect the rigorous, professional and superb medical ethics of the medical team.

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Yingliang Stone Natural History Museum Project Commissioner Yingliang Stone Group Creator Atelier Alter Architects Team Zhenwei Li, Jiahe Zhang, Lairong Zheng, Bo Huang, Leilei Ma

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The project transforms the principal of stone dissection, which is specific to stone mining, into a spatial division mechanism, to cut the cubical space accordingly. Besides that, the geometric logic of crystal is also introduced as a way to tight the irregular spatial parts together. The project stick to only one architecture element— the wall—to keep the consistency and authenticity for the project. The architecture language of the wall is reinvented with endless potentials, and so as the space between the walls. With the consistent architecture language, the construction of the project is simple and straightforward: with light-frame and gypsum board laying underneath as the substructure, the project uses double layers of concrete panels as the surfacing material for the interior space, to create the calm and coolness of the stone cave that houses the fossils.

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Aesthetics of the Modern Forest Project Commissioner/Creator Chun Fu Development

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This apartment building is located in the corner, and facing the waterfront of Touqian River. The overall design planning, it is hoped that this building can reflect the surrounding natural environment of the site and use a modern style to create a comfortable and relaxed yet elegant public space for the residents. The main residents are IT engineer and professionals, so that the design team takes into their preferences for a simple and elegant lifestyle, avoid using complicated elements, with clean and simple design techniques and appropriate materials, creating a durable and easy maintenance public environment.

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Prime Land Moonlight Life Center Project Commissioner Dowell Group Creator Zest Art

Zest Art puts design thinking into business and strives to guide new business models. We try to grasp the real needs of the 24-hours community, promote design from the perspective of the business model, and make residents feel happy in the use process.

Team Xiao Yukun, Zou Anyi, Ye Dawei, Li Min

The design explores the natural power and humanistic spirit, considers the community interaction and residents’ needs, introduces the natural infection life as much as possible, and blurs the indoor and outdoor boundaries. To create a new living form of “forestdwelling in the city” and a life vision of “touching the scenery” to bring the comfortable life enjoyment of the ideal living style of DOWELL to the residents.

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The life center takes “Moonlight” as the design theme: light as the medium and moon as the image, which awakens the residents’ love for their families in the urban ecology when they back home. Moonlight life center, use the first level open floor, is divided into four parts: Moon bar, Seed Library, Clover class, Moonlight market.

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Aragó House Project Commissioner/Creator The Room Studio

Distinction and subtlety take place in this housing project where one of the main objectives was to obtain updated and renovated spaces.

Team The Room Studio leading by Meritxell Ribé & Josep Puigdomènech, a multidisciplinary team of qualified professionals to make our clients’ dreams come true

In this house of 250 m2 located on a royal estate in the Eixample, in the heart of Barcelona, a comprehensive interior design, decoration and styling reform was carried out. Open, functional and updated areas were obtained in this house that lacked personality and character.

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Retro Aesthetic Project Commissioner/Creator Hengyueh Design

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This project is a newly built residential space that is located in New Taipei City, Taiwan. Because the client has a special preference for the aesthetics of craftsmanship in the early Republic of China, this project was based on the style of the time and merged a variety of materials in the entire interior space. The designer uses coherent design techniques to re-plan the interior layout and circulation, and brought in a home environment that matches the life style of the client through a smooth spatial layout. The open and spacious scale is rich in cultures and arts due to the use of consistent colors, diverse materials, traditional Chinese carved flowers, etc., and then shape the classic and elegant homey style.

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Modern Kingdom Project Commissioner/Creator Ideas Design Team Te Chih Lo Jia Ru Chen

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The elegant spatial tone is accentuated by the modern luxury of black, white and grey colors, deconstructing the beauty of luxury via ultimately modern craftsmanship and skills and applying dark colors to create spatial tranquility, providing different views with each step such that different observations can be experienced between the dynamic and the static.

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Alternating Toughness and Gentleness Project Commissioner/Creator Ideas Design Team Jia Ru Chen Te Chih Lo

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A dignified design fills the room when taking a glimpse of the inside, the house owner’s preference towards the dignified and conservative style is demonstrated in every corner of the design, bringing out a cozy moment of life, allowing space not only to be satisfied with the house owner’s expectations and desires towards a home, but further introduced the persistence towards aesthetics.

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Penetration through Transparency Project Commissioner/Creator Yoma Design

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The case is located in Xinyi District, the most prosperous section with a fast living pace in Taipei city. During the first discussion with our client, a consensus to pursue genuineness in an environment of purity was achieved when the city has been occupied by clamor. The owner of the house seeks a serene and peaceful lifestyle in a boisterous city, where lone serenity and group bustle perfectly co-exist.

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dECO friendly Project Commissioner/Creator MOOHO Design Team CHENG-HAO,WANG

With a location on mid-levels and gazing at the sea among the coastline of Tamsui, Taiwan. Therefore, in the process of discussing with the clients. Meeting their needs with the sense of vacation is also the basic idea of this design. Realistic simulated materials are chosen after the discussion. with replacing stones, woods, etc., Irregularly shaped furniture is used to present an unrestrained feeling, and to be embraced in relaxation and joy. Artificial light is also the most important element in this interior style. Therefore, all possible ways of basic and additional lighting should be considered very carefully. We use the intelligent lighting sensor system in all spaces, from the light that can be sensed as soon as you enter the house, and the use of a button can make people feel different atmospheres.

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The Shine of Sustainable Architecture Project Commissioner/Creator Kaifeng Team KAITI CHANG / Chieh Lin

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In this elegant and monochromatic space, the design team used laser cutting engraved metal plates, marble walls, imported floor tiles and other materials to create a modern and warm home environment. The open design of the public area and the floor-toceiling windows visually enlarged the spatial scale and also create a more natural and comfortable homey atmosphere. The special curved TV wall and sofa bring out the warmth of the wooden texture, and the choice of bricks, and the large floor-toceiling windows create a warmer atmosphere for the minimalist home style, while the ingenious detail design, smooth circulation, and noble and elegant furniture combination enhance the living quality of the residents.

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Elegant Whirling of Wood Project Commissioner/Creator Sysdeng Interior Decoration Design Enterprise Team Yang, Tzu-Yi / Yang, Chun-Chun

The goal of the project is to create a modern living space surrounding by the wood logs for the life of retirement. Therefore, the design team makes the effort to simplify the design elements and arrange the public space in an open way to display a bright and clean lifestyle. Considering the personality of the client and the texture of the logs, the design team delves to the collocation between materials and the presentation of the color, carrying out a peaceful and stable texture with the visual balance. Whether it’s the grille screen at the entry area, TV wall, sofa back wall, halls or furniture such as the dining table and display cabinet, each design highlights the client’s preference for specific elements through overlapping the composite materials, building a spatial level of variability.

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Remarkable Arts Project Commissioner/Creator Conflux Design Team HSING-FU HUANG YI-CHUN WU PEI-TZU LEE YUNG-CHING CHANG

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The main concept of this project is the integration of arts and life; on the one hand, it shows the living style of the client, on the other hand, it also broadens its aesthetics and adding an elegant life to the original excellent geographical environment. The outdoor natural scenery and the artificial nature that was created by the marble wall enrich the aesthetics of the house; and the progressive spatial planning, from the entrance, guest room, dining room, kitchen, reading area, bedroom, is not only for the sake of the artwork but also the smooth and comfortable environment in order to create an exquisite and delicate space.

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Home to Modern Art Project Commissioner/Creator Mick Space Interior Design Team Chih-Hao Chiu Nick Lee

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The simplified sophistication of modern sentiment and the ratio aesthetic sense accentuate the glory of classic artwork, planning the closely related lifestyle between art and life. The three standing jewelry boxes like shoe cabinets are used as the screen in the foyer. The entire space of the house connects with the stone material lines horizontal to the flooring, while the lines and colors correspond to the arrangement of contemporary art, allowing different artworks to communicate with each other through the natural flow of spatial lines while further highlighting the individual characteristics.

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Fashionable Manhattan Project Commissioner Overseas Land Creator Face & Associates Inc. Interior Design Team Li Zhang, Shu Li, Yaoyun Gan, Zi Yan Wu

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The unique temperament of modern aesthetics is the theme of fashion and art. The perfect combination of colors, materials, lights and shadows reproduces unique aesthetics. In the atmosphere filled with fashionable Manhattan, the walls in the space are of individual characteristics. The designer chose large format tiles with natural patterns as the decorative materials for the walls in the living room, which form a perfect correspondence with the abstract paintings on the opposite wall. The primitive natural texture created from the stone materials and the hollowed visual effects sculpted by the wooden grids are the abundance to the spatial details, while the customized chandelier hanging in the air as well as the mottled lights and shadows sprinkling down from the ceiling rather added some romantic softness to the rational and precise proportions.

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A 540-square-meter Duplex Penthouse in Royal Bay Project Commissioner Jiedong Jialin Paper Products Creator Janmei Design

As the Danshari method becomes more popular in recent years, more people are now yearning for a lifestyle of “living with less”, not only in the discarding of external objects, but also in the examination of oneself and the family. Abandoning and gaining form a new way of thinking.

The client couple, who were born in the 1970s and came from Hong Kong, also hoped to enjoy a minimalist lifestyle of “simpler is richer” in their new home: a private duplex penthouse in Royal Bay in Jieyang, an ancient city in eastern Guangdong. The chief designer has a preference for minimalism, and while he pursues the pure artistic beauty of his works, he also expresses his thoughts on the true meaning of life in a design landscape: simplicity is beauty. Due to the recommendation of the client’s friend, the chief designer led the team and the client couple to start a journey of building a simple home.

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W House Project Commissioner/Creator AJA Architecture Associates

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The place, you can enjoy the spiritual satisfaction and relaxation . The tall building in the Taoyuan Arts and Culture Zone has the most beautiful view of the city outside the window. Through the floating interface, it defines the respective needs and coexistence spaces between the male and female owners. The flowing lines drew out hustle and bustle of the gorgeous city. The original texture of the material penetrates into the building, forming a unique serenity, becoming the place where can put the body and the mind at ease.

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Connect, circulate Project Commissioner/Creator S.X. Architecture Design & Associates Team Yi-Chun, Du

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The designer brought a minimalism design techniques into this space, “Connect, circulate”, as well as laid out with pure materials, going with a visually penetrating courtyard, stairs and corridor on the second floor which stacks up an imposing ambience that meets the client’s expectation. With the multi-functional high-ceiling room, open kitchen area and the corridor on the second floor with clear glass as the medium, extending to the stairs and so on, the designer makes the place united where the clients can be well suited with their own space but still connected. By making good use of the inherently fenestration of the construction and the spectacular landscapes, the lights can be led into the room sufficiently. No matter where you are in the room, you can always see the view of natural greenery.

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Rhythm of Light and Shadow Project Commissioner/Creator S.X. Architecture Design & Associates Team Yi-Chun, Du

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The client yearns for a warm and leisure style of American life, hence, the designer managed the patterns, the color, and the style based on his expectation. Because the base has a physical environment with ventilation, lighting and good vision, the designer make good use of these advantages so that the client can see the beautiful landscape from every corner and also named this space, “Rhythm of Light and Shadow”. Furthermore, the main daytime living area and the outdoor meadow are connected to each other.

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NEO HOUSE Project Commissioner/Creator The Origin Design

This case is the remodeling of an old duplex apartment, so the elevated pattern on the first floor renovated as a whole made the apartment spacious. The transparent layout ensures abundant indoor lighting and aeration. The basic tone adopts American simplicity, i.e. sleek sophistication. Metallic and stylish furniture and decoration and highlighted colors embody a western lifestyle.

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Light Box Project Commissioner Private House Creator Growto Design Team Jun Zheng, Zixu Li

This project has been looking for the relationship between nature, people and light. The center of the design is around the perception of “human” himself, making space, nature and human dialogue. The design emphasizes interactivity and the proportion of blank space. The light box not only liberates the space, but also puts life, art, taste and attitude to beauty in it, endows the space with uniqueness, and creates a design idea with Oriental aesthetics, natural attributes and humanistic spirit. ”Blank space” is a respect for life, and spatial tonality is also a return to the essence of living space. In the repeated deliberation of space, designers do not stick to the original closed state of space, and from the perspective of “human”, improve the intimacy of human to nature, to find the living state of seclusion. The light box carries the deposition of time, and the blank space makes “people in the box” more likely.

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INTERIOR DESIGN - INTERNATIONAL RETAIL

Tongrentang - Zhima Health Offline Experience Store Project Commissioner/Creator Beijing Wuxiang Space Architecture Design Team Tan Wei, Zhu Chenxu, Zhang Guiying, Jia Zhiyong, Yu Yue

“I hope people in the world are free of disease, and I would rather the medicine on shelf is full of dusts.” Envisioned by this ideal, Tongrentang has gone through 350 years of history from herbs to royal medicine to health tonics. Even if one has not stepped into Tongrentang medicine shop, its reputation has probably branded in the hearts of every Chinese. However, when you doubted whether Tongrentang was out of date and only a signboard left, it has done something big. In 2020, the new brand Zhima Health owned by Tongrentang was officially launched. Relying on the brand-new Zhima Health Concept Store, the immersive shopping experience that completely subverted tradition has began formally. The old brand is showing its strength in a younger, trendier and broader way. From today on, Zhima Health is your new activity center in the city.

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Rimadesio Showroom in Hangzhou Project Commissioner The Madison Group Creator GFD Team Designers: Ye Fei, Liu Huaying

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The project is situated in Gongyuan Building within the commercial hub of Xihu District, Hangzhou. Designed by the German architecture firm gmp Architekten, the building is a local modern landmark. The interior layout of the showroom follows the rigorous architectural structure, which complements Rimadesio’s Italian-style simplistic luxurious aesthetics.

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The Land of Fish and Rice Project Commissioner Seazen Holdings Creator VE Commercial Space Design (SHENZHEN)_Ltd. Company Team Junjian Sun, Junliang Cai Zhanglin Deng, Fenglin Li, Yan Huang

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“In the late fall season, Shuo Fang, the north region, had demonstrated to people its strong military, great fabrics, and abundance of moose populations. This is where the land of fish and rice, and is where the land of animal husbandry,” written in the Volume 93 of the “Biography of Wang Jun, Old Book of Tang.” The land of fish and rice, depicted in that book, is where that provides plenty of rice and fish for its adjacency to water. The land, generally, refers to the place with abundant products.

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Meet Fun Project Commissioner Meet Fun Restaurant Creator Scholar Design Studio Team Shih-Ming, Liu / Cheng-Ham, Lin / Shih-Ming, Lo

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With the client’s expectation of providing a highquality dining culture, the design team created a bright and open dining environment based on the respecting the local environment concept with a modern and concise design techniques. Besides, in order to integrate the designed space into the surrounding streetscape, the materials used in the construction process also have heritage meaning. The design team continuously digs from the client’s collection inventory and use it. The materials are used to create a unique space texture by reusing old things, and the spacious and flexible dining environment increase the functionality of the venue.

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WOWDSGN Shanghai MixC Store Project Commissioner/Creator Shanghai United Design Group Team lihongkai

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WOWDSGN is a Nordic collection brand for home furnishing. The WOWDSGN Shanghai MixC Store is the first offline furniture store. It projects customers’ impressions of daily life on the interior to recall customers’ subtle perception and memory. Our idea applies a series of natural form, presenting the idea of “return to nature”, which coincides with Nordic furniture as well. The multiple arches offer independent bays which become a series of scenes. Arches reveal their spatial tension rather than structural and mechanical properties. In this case, we take the authority of geometric form and even transform it. The curved arch not only obtains spatial tension but also converge dramatic scenography through different directions. In addition, the material of the arches is inspired by Alvar Aalto’s bending woods. The cherry veneer coated with varnish was applied to the arches.

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Beijing Urban Construction • Taihu Sales Center Project Commissioner Beijing Urban Construction Xinghua Real Estate Creator Beijing Yin Qing Yi He Decoration Team Chief designer: Fabrizio De Leva Design team: Wenjie WU, Shenghao ZHAO, Qi WANG, Jianting HAN, Xiaoxu Gao

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As approaching the project, the designers extracted the natural and harmonious character of rose, and translated it into the core of the spatial design in an artistic manner. Through a series of sensitive languages, exquisite details and visual relationships, they created a spiritual space that fits into the urban fabric and resonates with inner mind of contemporary people. Erecting in Taihu, the project is the sales center of an office property developed by Beijing Urban Construction Group. The architecture is modern, which combines humanism and nature, light and shadows. The interior design strengthened the architectural advantages, integrated the two spatial units on each floor into a whole, linked up the downstairs and upstairs, and created an art pavilion-like space. Humanity and technology were integrated, to bring out new luxury and an artistic ambience whilst creating dialogue between human and nature. London Design Awards 2020


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Yango Shimao Feili Residence Sales Center Project Commissioner Yango Group, Shimao Group Creator Shenzhen Innest Art Team Yu Chao, Guanghui Zeng,

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Located in Jianyang City, the project brings the concept, form and color of bamboo into the interior space to create the elegant sense. The space plan reflects the unique oriental aesthetics. By using the modern technology and materials, designers integrate the modern and oriental elements together to rebuild the space.

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Bocuiwan Sales Center Project Commissioner/Creator NNS Institute of the Interior Art & Design Team NNS Design was founded in 2013 and was initiated by Mr. Wang Chao, focusing on the field of space art design. It started in Beijing and extended to Shanghai and Shenzhen. Provide longterm comprehensive interior design solutions for large domestic and foreign real estate developers, hotels, and commercial spaces. NNS Design always adheres to the design concept of unlimited design and creative boundaries, and is committed to creating an international first-class design brand.

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In the design of Jinke Bocuiwan Marketing Center, NNS Design tried to learn from the modern design techniques of art museums, so that the cultural integration of Wenjiang, a modern garden city, has a pioneering cultural carrier and design language. The designer expresses the natural form of the space through the orderly composition, interleaving, and arrangement of points, lines, and surfaces, thereby deriving different three-dimensional forms to interpret the elements and forms of aesthetic principles.

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Xi’an Legend Chanba the Willow Shores Sales Center Project Commissioner Legend Real Estate Creator HCD Impress

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This project was done for the Legend Real Estate. The client hopes to create an international urban living area with traditional culture and contemporary life, and arousing people’s yearning for a better life. The designer aims to design a modern oriental vocation sales center, through the contemporary, introverted Oriental aesthetic language and in the mixture between old and new and the cultural collision between North China and South China, the design endows the city temperament and new recognition of cultural heritage, thus letting people Go back to the quiet and elegant contemporary life. The design combines the northeast folk with the gentleness and grace of the South of China in order to let life more inclusive.

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Yuzhou Group Business Square Sales Center Project Commissioner Yuzhou Group Creator Shanghai yuemeng design co., LTD Team YUE MENG

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The combination of modern and a sense of science and technology builds up a luxurious quality space. It is like the glittering texture of handicrafts, reducing the chroma of the environment, using the calm dark color system to present the texture of the material. Creating a sense of layering in the spatial dimension, and highlighting the connotation of space stability with low-key colors. The entire atmosphere is spread out, and the bright color texture of the gray system is symmetrical and beautiful. The more you get involved the better the outstanding structure can be observed. It easily shows the multi-faceted and vitality of the materials and the new interpretation of the beauty of modern technology.

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Fashion Bay Sales Center Project Commissioner/Creator G-Art Architecture and Interior Design

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Fashion Bay Sales Center is a real estate sales center located in Ningbo, China. The entire interior follows the form of the sloped roof of the oriental architecture, and at the same time uses the Tianyi Library as the cultural context, draws on the Western geometric composition art techniques to lay out the space, and incorporates the fashion show concept to enrich the space theme.

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INTERIOR DESIGN - INTERNATIONAL SHOWROOM OR FLAGSHIP

Shanxi Intelligent Hi-tech City Exhibition Center Project Commissioner Jinke Real Estate Group Creator Liu Jie Decoration Design (Beijing) Team Liu Jie, Zhang Yang and Gao Xiong

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Design begins with an understanding of technological change and ways of communication in the future – a new, purely modern art space. The Shanxi Wisdom Science and Technology Museum is a collection of technology, art and space. The exhibition is designed to create a space as a whole piece of art, transforming the exhibition space into an art space, and simultaneously adds modern human elements. The exhibition centre space is highly open, transparent and artistic. This is not just a space for people to watch. It can also be touched and experienced.

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INTERIOR DESIGN - INTERNATIONAL SHOWROOM OR FLAGSHIP

Novacolor Paint Showroom Project Commissioner Novacolor Paint Showroom Creator AD Architecture

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Novacolor was established in Italy, and originated from developing some natural mineral paints that have a long history. The design team aims to display 200 paints’ textures and colors harmoniously in a 180-square-meter space, and attract more customers through eye-catching exhibition and wonderful experience.

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INTERIOR DESIGN - RESIDENTIAL

Workit Project Commissioner/Creator BDG Architecture + Design

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The We Can WorKit Out (WCWO) website is a straight forward resource to help people find solutions that could make home working easier, without turning them into the worst examples of office design. Through considering practical solutions from the creative leadership at BDG, WCWO unlocks the potential of working from home, room by room, without the need for dedicated space or requiring the home to look like an office. WCWO highlights a range of potential ‘WorKits’; each thoughtfully curated from a collection of products produced by some of the worlds leading manufacturers to turn domestic spaces into effective workplaces.

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Gabriela Hearst London Flagship Project Commissioner Gabriela Hearst Creator Foster + Partners Team Russel Hales James White Mike Holland Stefan Bench Nigel Dancey Mikaela Psarra Sotirios Stamatopoulos Rosy Sturridge Emilia Targonska Dennis Teoh

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Gabriela Hearst is a sustainable fashion brand with an uncompromising commitment to the environment that has created a pioneering model for ecologically responsible clothing and accessories. Foster + Partners has designed the New York-based label’s first London store, which is underpinned by a similar sustainable ethos and care for the environment in its materiality and operation.

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RS No.9 – Rolling Stones Carnaby St. Store Project Commissioner Bravado and Universal Music Group Creator GH+A Design Studio

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GH+A, in collaboration with Bravado and Universal Music Group, announces the Grand Opening of RS No.9 Carnaby – the first flagship retail store for the iconic Rolling Stones on Carnaby Street in London. The project is a celebration of the biggest Rock n’ Roll band ever. The modern space connects with fans through music, fashion merchandise, and a video wall projecting the band’s history up to their most recent tours. Not just another retail shop. This is designed to be the ultimate experience for Rolling Stones fans young and old.

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LANDSCAPE DESIGN - INTERNATIONAL

Yuexiu • CMSK Up - Delighted Bayvilla Landscape Design Project Commissioner Yuexiu Property, China Merchants Shekou Creator Shanghai Laurent Landscape Design Team Design Team:Jiang Yulong, Jiang Wangye, Li Ming, Gao Mingming, Sun Jingjiang, Pan Mingming, Ye Wei, Zhang Longhua, Yang Jiaqing, Chen Yanming, Wang Xiaoyun, Yang Fajun, Liu Wei, Yan Qian

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This project takes inspiration from the characteristics of “spiritual” and “elegant”of Liangzhu culture of Hanzhou and Tea culture, the characteristics of “progress” and “gentleness” of Qiantang River culture and silk culture, and adds the concept of river tide into the design. Nature and daily life could have interaction in this place, making the design distinct from the stereotyped real estate desgin in Hanzhou. The designers observed the ebb and flow of Qiantang River tide and extrated four themes: white surf, rising mist, flying waves, winding collision. Based on the themes, a circulation route was decided to present four levels of experiences From entering the entrance to leaving the place contentedly, people go through the emotional changes same as they watch the Qiantang River tide cycle from forming to highest tide, and to vanishing.

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Silk Road Cultural Exchange Center Project Commissioner Shanxi Yuetou Real Estate Development Creator Jane Z Studio Team Zhang Jianheng, Feng Feifan, Huang Haifeng, Liu Shizhen, Yao Guopei, Chen Siqi, Yang Nan, Chen Xiaoxia, Chen Zixin

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The process of the whole project from human’s entry to experience adopts a dramatic narrative technique, where people are involved as if they have traveled through time and space, infiltrating Shanxi culture, and being blessed by nature. The reconstructed building is no longer isolated, bathed in the water aura of the Fenhe River beach, facing the beautiful scenery of flying egrets.

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Split Bridge Project Commissioner Bureau of Construction Engineering Affairs, Yantian District, Shenzhen Creator Jane Z Studio

The value of choice is particularly neglected in an era where efficiency is the priority today. The fantastic idea of the design in this case is to provide two path choices for the casual walking node. Therefore, Split Bridge is also a performance art installation for public participation, which leads to people’s reflection on individual will as humanistic value.

Team Zhang Jianheng, Thijs van Oostrum, Wang Shitao

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Shenzhen Cathay Courtyard Project Commissioner Tahoe Group Creator PT Landscape Design

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After Beijing Cathay Courtyard was awarded “The Asia’s Ten Most Expensive Homes”, Tahoe launched another landmark property, Shenzhen Cathay Courtyard. Sited in the Jiangangshan villa area, Shenzhen Cathay Courtyard embraces rich landscape resources. Therefore, the project adopts a layout of symmetrical central axis with a front courtyard and a backyard. Starting from the spatial symmetry of the central axis in the northern gardens, the designers leveraged the spatial sequence design of Lingnan gardens and the landscape technique of “appreciating massive landscape from smaller one” to present the beauty of Chinese-style landscape. Moreover, the design also expresses a courtesy of pedigree which progresses layer upon layer, reflecting the noble sense of ritual of coming home.

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Lanzhou Wanda Mall Landscape Design Project Commissioner Beijing Wanda Cultural Tourism Planning and Design, Ltd. Creator Fujian F.A.M. Landscape Architecture Design and Engineering

The project is located at the intersection of West Nan Binhe Xi Road and Yin’an Road, Anning District, Lanzhou, Gansu Province, China. The total area is about 227600 square meters, including 186300 square meters as earthscape area, within 98000 square meters inside property line, 88300 square meters outside property line area, and 27800 square meters as roof landscape area.

Team Shifa Wang, Xianglong Hu, Yunxiang Huang, Faxin Lin, Jianqing Zhang, Xiuqing Fang

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LIGHTING DESIGN

Vanke Cloud City Project Commissioner Shenzhen Vanke Cloud City Real Estate Development Creator Shenzhen Matt Lighting Design Consulting CO., LTD. Team MarkMa, Peter Peng, Ann Wu

Liuxiandong headquarters base functions as one of the major forces to propel Shenzhen’s technology and also one of the six headquarter bases in Shenzhen for driving the development of strategic emerging industries and economy. Moreover, it is home to clusters of emerging industries, positioned as a new carrier of the city’s economic development and a new platform for industrial transformation and upgrading. The base is planned as a new industrial park, as well as a new platform for Nanshan district or even Shenzhen to lead the high-end development of the industry in the future. Shenzhen Vanke CLOUD CITY is one of six plots in Liuxiandong headquarters base. It is a project exclusively invested by Vanke, a global real estate company. Moreover, it’s the biggest urban mix-used project of Vanke in China’s first-tier cities to date.

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LIGHTING DESIGN

Sunac-Guan Yue Tai Project Commissioner/Creator Fangfang Lighting Design Studio Team Fangfang Lighting Design Studio was founded in 2010. The creative staffs came from art, computer, engineering, UI design and other different majors. The studio is committed to innovative projects, exploring more cross-border possibilities, and striving to turn lighting design works into works of art, adding more brilliant radiance to the world.

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This project coves an area of 1,200 square meters and located in Zijinshan Park, Longyan City, Fujian Province,China . As a demonstration area for estate projects, it is located on the high ground in the park and becomes an independent building integrating tourism, exhibition and office functions.

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Sunac-Pingyang Emerald Coastal City Project Commissioner/Creator Fangfang Lighting Design Studio Team Fangfang Lighting Design Studio was founded in 2010. The creative staffs came from art, computer, engineering, UI design and other different majors. The studio is committed to innovative projects, exploring more cross-border possibilities, and striving to turn lighting design works into works of art, adding more brilliant radiance to the world.

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This project coves an area of 1,350 square meters and located in Pingyang West Bay, Zhejiang Province, China. Pingyang West Bay is a land reclamation project that connects the ocean and land, ecology and city . As a demonstration area for estate projects, Emerald Coastal City is an independent building integrating tourism, exhibition, and office functions.

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LIGHTING DESIGN

Taiwan Lantern Festival 2020 - Born On The Island Project Commissioner/Creator Ding Yong Culture Creativity Ltd. Team Netizen Productions Co., Ltd. Wang, Ming-Hsien / Taku Shinyama doT & associates / Hide Lin Serendipity Studio / Tseng, Ling-Li Houli Feng, Cheng Tsung Nobuyuki Sugihara / Hsieh, Kun-Lin REN Architects / Jiann-Jyh Wu, Yuan-Ru You

With the concept of a planning team by a group of architects and artists, the creators use their own life experience to read the context of Taiwan from the mountains to the woods; under the cross-domain, cross-generational and residents’ collaboration of Taiwan and Japan curatorial teams, the possibility of experimenting with natural and ecological materials with wood materials, combined with agricultural regeneration, in contrast to the past display mode of a large number of uniformly manufactured lighting products, it is possible to disassemble and assemble the lighting group and return to the community and return to the earth after the event, another kind of landscape Aesthetics “New Taiwan Lantern Festival”.

Yuan-Ru You doT & associates Hide Lin

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POP-UPS, DISPLAY, EXHIBIT & SET DESIGN

Variegation Index Project Commissioner British Land Creator Jason Bruges Studio

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A site-specific media artwork for British Land located in the reception area of 20 Triton Street at the Regents Place Campus. The artwork consists of 293 digital cells that cascade across the wall and expand the idea of plants giving feedback to their environment through photosynthesis. An array of plants, placed below the artwork, are discreetly being ‘observed’ via bespoke cameras which measure chlorophyll levels within the leaves then translate this into a real-time data visualisation.

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Furniture Pavilion S Project Commissioner Side Furniture Creator ROOI Design and Research Team Chief designer: Zuoqian Wang Structural design: Song Wang

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In today’s world of rapid business development, many exhibitors construct temporary showrooms, but after the exhibition, the showroom’s construction waste and materials cannot be cleaned properly and recycled, which causes a lot of unnecessary waste and pollution. The issue of emissions has also appeared to have been largely ignored as well. In response to this, at the Shanghai International Furniture Fair 2019, Rooi Design and Research has developed an outdoor independent pavilion specially designed for a furniture exhibitor. This has allowed to unveil a brand new comprehensive and sustainable design solution.

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POP-UPS, DISPLAY, EXHIBIT & SET DESIGN

Times Pavilion Project Commissioner/Creator Sangu Design (Guangzhou) Team Teng Gu & Ruihua Chen

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Located in Yue Xiu District of Guangdong , Time Pavilion has a total area of 1200 square meters, which allowed the visitors to experience Times China Companies’ corporate culture. In this project, the concept of “revelation” is used to expound the brand interpretation of Times China, and extracts three key words: “space”, “matter” and “energy” to respond the concept in this design. As the time updates China’s urban renewal with speed, in the design of Time Pavilion, the designer breaks the distinct relation between space and furnishings, making People’s moving track as the core logic and the dominance of space motion to creative an unique panoramic experience.

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Stage for the City Project Commissioner/Creator London Metropolitan University

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The project is an approach for the urban regeneration of Stoke, an epitome of Britain’s post-industrial towns. Re-interpreting the architectural language of monumentality, the building democratises the image of public institutions by proposing a venue for celebration and protest, thus allowing integration and acceptance between institutions and society, reconciling civic and industrial, and framing a space for the emergence of an urban centre – a space that has never existed in Stoke.

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White Upland Project Commissioner Shanghai Huijian Investment Creator Wutopia Lab

At the entrance of White Upland, there is an ink garden surrounded by 16 red maple trees. The 50 tons of black mountain stones are like ink, which in the white dream implies a trace of local history, geography and culture as the south of the Yangtze River.

Team Design Team: Yu Ting, Dai Xinyang, Li Zongze

Going through the Ink Garden, before entering the forest that suggests the future, you will encounter the White Upland’s eye, a dark blue but cool-lighted cave. In this moment when you paused in the “eye”, you will understand that no matter how much uncertainty life has, but at least this moment is firm and happy, is hope. In White Upland, you can shrink like Alice in the Wonderland. The fragile clover becomes a towering tree then forms a forest. Through this transformation, you can recognize your bodies and strengthen them White Upland can also be read, mosaiced with symbols representing different scenes on the ground.

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Product Design Commercial & Industry. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .150 Personal Use. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 151 Concept. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .155 Home & Garden. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .160 Homewares. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .165 Medical. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .166 Office.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .169 Sport - Active Life. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .170 Technology. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 174


PRODUCT DESIGN - COMMERCIAL & INDUSTRY

Bolon acoustic flooring Project Commissioner/Creator Bolon

With the new and improved sound insulation layer, Bolon design floorings are becoming an even better choice for premises such as hotels, offices and public spaces.

Different areas have different needs and connecting these seamlessly can be challenging but with the Bolon acoustic floors this is possible. The insulation layer gives the acoustic flooring a total thickness of 5 mm which makes this product ideal to combine with other (non-acoustic) textile floors in order to create a unique visual experience.

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Hero Arm Project Commissioner/Creator Open Bionics

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The Hero Arm is the world’s most affordable multi-grip bionic arm, with multi-grip functionality and empowering aesthetics. Engineered and manufactured in Bristol, UK, the Hero Arm is a lightweight and affordable myoelectric prosthesis, available now in the USA, UK, Europe, Australia and New Zealand for below elbow amputee adults and children aged 8 and above.

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Philips Hue Play gradient Project Commissioner/Creator Philips

Experience the thrill of the cinema at home with the Philips Hue Play gradient lightstrip. Get multiple colours of light that react to the content on your screen. Attach to 55” to 65” wall-mounted or standing TVs with the included mounts.

Philips Hue has one of the biggest and most colourful collection of smart lights available today, but this spring, the company is finally introducing a new product that its fans have been demanding for years: a smart lightstrip that can produce multiple colours at the same time.

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Astronomer 6404A1 Project Commissioner/Creator Agelocer

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With the accelerating pace of life, we are gradually neglecting the observation of nature. But in fact, most of the concept of time in human society originates from the astronomical phenomena, such as the rising and setting of the sun, the waxing and waning of the moon, the movement of stars and so on. Our inspiration comes from nature. We show the phases of the moon on the watch, which reflects the relationship between the moon and the watch, so the users can intuitively feel the continuous changes of the moon.

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Bigbang 5803J3 Project Commissioner/Creator Agelocer

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Based on a steampunk parallel world view, the Big Bang series of watches from Agelocer is a stylish mechanical watch equipped with a dial, multiple overlapping hands and hollow window structure.The product combines precision machinery with creativity, allowing users to explore the mystery of time in the steampunk world through the watch.

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DROMOS Project Commissioner Dromos Technologies Creator PriestmanGoode Team Paul Priestman, Chairman Kirsty Dias - Managing Director Dan Window - Creative Director Isabella Trani - Designer

PriestmanGoode is working with Dromos Technologies to develop an electric autonomous vehicle for high capacity urban transport. Dromos can be used for both passenger and urban freight transport, running on demand and on its own dedicated infrastructure. Dromos Technologies selected PriestmanGoode as its design partner following an international competition. The team’s design expertise and experience with high capacity transport vehicles rated highly with the judges. But more importantly, it was PriestmanGoode’s focus on the passenger experience that made them the ideal partner. This entry covers the design concept for the vehicles, which was unveiled in September 2020. PriestmanGoode and Dromos Technologies are now working on finalising the design for production.

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Envelope Project Commissioner Google Creator Special Projects

A set of envelopes which temporarily transform your phone into a simpler, calmer device, helping you take a break away from your digital world. As a studio, Special Projects are interested in the theme of digital well-being, and more specifically how leading technology companies are now integrating well-being features into their software. The studio have created a series of concepts for the Google Digital Well-being Experiments platform as a way of sharing their approach to finding a balance with technology. Special Projects are fascinated by existing ways of reducing technology use, such as making devices less appealing. There is a growing community of people who manually set their screens to grayscale in an attempt to dull down the bright colours and patterns that some apps use to lure you into their universe.

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Clouds Light Project Commissioner/Creator CML Design Consultants Team MIN YUN CHAO

The clouds are installed on the open space. The hard artificial scenery merges and has a dialogue with natural sky cleverly. It presents a new flavor, blending with sense of fun and fantasy. We use the color of rosy clouds as the texture of the scenery, like the world of clouds, out of the hustle and bustle, with gentle breeze and rosy clouds. At night, the light emits from the clouds, just like gorgeous twilight. Cloud formation is a gift of time, a natural song of joy. It is ever-changing, showing a variety of beauty.

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Case - freedom to travel Project Commissioner/Creator Loughborough design

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Case envisions the future of luggage and how luggage might evolve to become something that travels separately from its owner. Streamlining the travel experience, reducing stress, whilst also minimising costly infrastructure. The ‘Case’ is provided to you as part of a on-demand service where it will be delivered from your home to your destination, replacing the need to own and travel with luggage.

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LOOTBOX Project Commissioner/Creator Delatite Studios Team Design Lead - Victor Bejan Co-founder - Alistair Ramsay Co-founder - Simon Weeks

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Globally, many members of our human family have become digitally addicted whilst tangled in cables from dinging device management madness. What if there was a way to trade unhealthy immersion and tangle for human connection and integrated spatial harmony?

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Musico Chair Project Commissioner/Creator Lee Broom

The Musico Chair features an original silhouette inspired by Lee Broom’s long-held passion for midcentury design and, perhaps more significantly, his great love of classical music, which plays an integral part in his design process.

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Egoe Nestbox Project Commissioner/Creator Egoe

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Put the Nestbox in your luggage area and your vehicle is transformed into a comfortable camper. Spending time outdoors is natural. Even though we like to return to our homes and have a roof over our heads, we like escaping from them just as much, whether to the terrace, the garden, or beyond - to the woods, mountains or lakes.

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X-streams Project Commissioner/Creator Studio number 10 Team Jiri Marek

Wood is the most comforting natural material to touch, and once crafted into a perfection of art, mixed with the reclaimed wood heritage, the perfect door handle could be created, revealing its inherent charm. The aim of this project was to extend the pleasure and the beauty, that reclaimed antique wood can offer to us, in our homes, as part of the fabric of our lives. The warm feeling on that first touch, and the anticipation for every touch thereafter, that lasts forever. The final destination was to transform an everyday overlooked object such as a door handle, into a memorable moment, and complete or enhance a door and the whole interior effect.

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Clean Air Series Project Commissioner/Creator Humanlumen

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humanlumen is a collective of lighting professionals and experts with varied and broad experience from aesthetic design to technical skill. They are problem solvers and lateral thinkers with a common goal – to create effective and efficient light. humanlumen has introduced the Clean Air Series, a range of UV-C Air Sterilisation units, providing a reliable and sustainable solution for a safe ‘Return to School’. The Clean Air Series is a range of efficient UV-C lighting devices that actively reduce the bacterial and viral charge of the air in closed environments and is ideal for a typical 56m/2 classroom environment.

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Embossed Acoustic Panel Series Project Commissioner/Creator Woven Image

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Introducing the embossed acoustic panel series from interior finishes specialist woven image. Embracing the trend towards tactile surfaces and threedimensional textures the collection interweaves cutting-edge design with sustainability and commercial performance. Gem is the latest design, reminiscent of expanded mesh, offset diamond-like shapes create a lattice style impression across the panel. Choose from nine colours including warm natural hues of ochre and cinnamon. Zen mimics the lines and grooves of a Japanese Zen garden evoking a sense of simplicity and calm, echoing corrugated surfaces such as timber slats and stainless steel battens. Zen is available in 12 colourways including pale neutrals, mid-tones and moodier hues of wine and ivy. Ion’s design is more organic with its intriguing crystalline formation inspired by faceted shapes diagonal line work and asymmetrical effects. Ion comes in nine stunning hues including classic onyx and cream. London Design Awards 2020


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Wallsilk®antibacterial Project Commissioner/Creator WallPepper/Group

WallPepper®/Group wallpapers represent a valid decorative support for the aesthetic and functional needs of any project, both residential and contract. In conformity with the company’s mission to offer real advantages and research sustainable materials, WallPepper®/Group has created a protective antibacterial coating. Wallsilk®antibacterial is a two-component formulation with anti-proliferation of bacterial action, which can be used on previously applied wallpaper. Bacteria cannot develop in contact with surfaces treated with wallsilk®antibacterial; they are eliminated almost to 99.9%.

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PRODUCT DESIGN - MEDICAL

OXSIGHT Smart Glasses Project Commissioner/Creator OXSIGHT

OXSIGHT’s scientists, opticians and engineers have worked closely with the low-vision community to develop powerful aids for visually impaired people. A huge challenge, but by exploring how the brain manages visual information OXSIGHT’s expert scientists and clinicians were able to produce ground breaking research which laid the foundation for us to develop solutions for sight degeneration caused by glaucoma, diabetic retinopathy, myopic degeneration, retinitis pigmentosa, retinopathy of prematurity and other degenerative eye diseases. What started as a research project at the University of Oxford has grown into a global brand of powerful assistive technologies, giving people with visual impairment greater control over their vision, ultimately transforming their lives.

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PRODUCT DESIGN - MEDICAL

Feel Good Breast Forms Project Commissioner/Creator Boost

Boost’s first product is a breast form that is both breathable and beautiful. They are challenging the assumption that a breast form needs to imitate skin tone. They have been working with breast form wearers to develop a product that suits their needs and pocket. It’s time that more choice was available to breast form wearers. Boost was founded because they believe that breast forms don’t have to be beige. Boost embraces the healing, celebratory and expressive qualities of colour. They involve people who wear their products in the design process. They are working towards creating a fully customisable product that puts wearers in control of the look and feel of their breast form. Suitable for swimming and exercise, the Boost breast form helps you pursue an active lifestyle. Quick to dry and easy to clean, the Boost breast form is easy to look after.

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BD Veritor™ Plus System for Rapid Detection of SARS-CoV-2 Project Commissioner Becton, Dickinson and Company Creator BD

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BBD Launches Portable, Rapid Point-of-Care Antigen Test to Detect SARS-CoV-2 in 15 minutes, Dramatically Expanding Access to COVID-19 Testing. U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) granted Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) for a rapid, pointof-care, SARS-CoV-2 diagnostic test for use with its broadly available BD Veritor™ Plus System. The launch of this new assay that delivers results in 15 minutes on an easy-to-use, highly portable instrument is critical for improving access to COVID-19 diagnostics because it enables real-time results and decision making while the patient is still onsite.

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PRODUCT DESIGN - OFFICE

FUZONE500 Project Commissioner/Creator Future Designs

FUTURE Designs proven air and surface purifying system, combines ultraviolet light and ozone technology to efficiently and safely sanitise areas, whilst significantly improving air quality.

FUZONE500 uses the natural properties of ozone (O3) to eliminate up to 99% of unwanted bacteria and airborne viruses without direct contact with the treated areas. The ultraviolet lamp incorporated within the system is totally obscured from the human eye, allowing the system to operate whilst the premises are occupied with no detrimental effect to personnel or furnishings.

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PRODUCT DESIGN - SPORT - ACTIVE LIFE

AC75 race boat Project Commissioner/Creator INEOS TEAM UK

INEOS TEAM UK has officially christened their America’s Cup race boat ‘Britannia’ from the team’s base in Auckland, New Zealand, three months before the start of racing for the 36th America’s Cup. The AC75 is a 75ft sailing hydrofoil monohull class, governing the construction and operation of the yachts to be used in the 2021 America’s Cup. There is the two-pronged challenge of developing the AC75 monohull foiling concept along with the twoskinned soft mainsail, writing a Class Rule – and then designing a race boat for the Defence. The AC75 combines extremely high-performance sailing and great match racing with the safety of a boat that can right itself in the event of a capsize. The ground-breaking concept is achieved through the use of twin canting T-foils, ballasted to provide righting-moment when sailing, and roll stability at low speed. The yachts also feature starboard topside longitudinal drums, a double-skinned semi-battened mainsail and no keel.

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PRODUCT DESIGN - SPORT - ACTIVE LIFE

Project Flock Project Commissioner/Creator Project Flock

By using biomotion through illuminating the moving legs of a cyclist, the Project Flock bike light enables other road users to recognize a cyclist far sooner than conventional bike lights.

Improving current infrastructure, education and policy is a long-term response to cycling safety however, more immediate intervention is also required in the meantime. Research carried out in the field of cycling safety has found bthat the visibility and recognition of cyclists by other road users plays a pivotal role in the actual and perceived safety of cyclists. This project explores new concepts of bicycle lighting design. It utilises Emerging digital technologies to create an adaptive lighting system that aims to improve visibility of cyclists and therefore their overall safety.

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PRODUCT DESIGN - SPORT - ACTIVE LIFE

Turtle Pack Project Commissioner/Creator Turtle Pack

The Turtle Pack Swimming Aid is revolutionising the way that children learn to swim. No more arm bands, no more uncomfortable floats – now it’s simply “Learn. Play. Swim.”

Children learn best when they’re having fun, that’s why all our products are designed not only to help promote the best possible swimming techniques, but they’re also incredibly fun to use too. The idea for the Turtle Pack Swimming Aid came from acclaimed swimming instructor Michael Harkins from Livingston, Scotland.

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PRODUCT DESIGN - SPORT - ACTIVE LIFE

Vizer Project Commissioner/Creator Jack Beken Design

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Vizer is a cycling helmet designed to integrate augmented reality to greatly improve the experience and safety of cycling. Vizer provides the user with information such as telemetry, navigation, proximity warnings, a rear-view mirror and much more. The interface is designed to only assist the user and not distract them from their environment, extending the reach and possibilities of the user’s senses.

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Brightgreen Wellness System Project Commissioner/Creator Brightgreen

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They say it’s an apple a day that will keep the doctor away, but the reality is a healthy building is what will do the trick. The Brightgreen Wellness System was built to make spaces healthy for occupants. It’s a dynamic system that monitors and controls things like air quality, light brightness, and thermal comfort in a space. It learns the behavior of the people occupying the area and adapts as needed to increase not only building health, but energy efficiency.

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PRODUCT DESIGN - TECHNOLOGY

VW electric id3 Project Commissioner/Creator Volkswagen

The Volkswagen ID.3 extends the Volkswagen offering as the first model of a completely new generation of pure electric vehicles — featuring zero local emissions, outstanding efficiency, and full connectivity. The ID.3, which resembles the German automaker’s popular Golf hatchback, has the potential to be a very important car for VW. It will be the first vehicle built on the company’s new modular all-electric platform, one that will power dozens more cars and SUVs that are waiting in the wings as part of the larger Volkswagen Group’s multibillion-dollar push into EVs.

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BeauEr 3X Project Commissioner/Creator BeauEr

The BeauEr 3X is a compact extendable caravan that expands from 4m² to 12m² in 50 seconds, at a simple push of a button. The BeauEr 3X concept was born in 2009 from a simple idea: a small but expandable caravan that has everything a larger one would, easy to tow on the road and quick to unfold with all the comforts the size affords. The concept behind 3X, patented internationally, is based on the telescopic. This technique allows you to deploy 3 modules horizontally, thus tripling the living area.

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PRODUCT DESIGN - TECHNOLOGY

The Premiere Project Commissioner/Creator Samsung

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Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. announced The Premiere, its new 4K Ultra Short Throw laser projector, at its virtual press conference event “Life Unstoppable” on September 2nd. The new 4K laser projector provides a big picture cinematic experience in the comfort of one’s home. The Premiere is the new anchor product in Samsung’s award-winning Lifestyle product portfolio that is set to transcend the display experience – without the display.

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Service Community.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .180

Systems Commercial.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 181 Concept. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .183 Government.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .184 Social Design.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .185

Marketing Branded Experience. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .188 Film, Video, Viral. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .189 Mobile Campaign.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .190 Sales Promotion. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 191

Graphic Design Identity and Branding. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .192 Illustration and Type. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .193 Publication. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .194 Three Dimensional. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .197


SERVICE - COMMUNITY

POoR Collective Project Commissioner/Creator POoR Collective

Power Out of Restriction Collective – better known as POoR Collective focuses on the development of communities through the elevation of young people.

Team Matt Harvey, Larry Botchway, Alpha Barrie, Shawn Adams and Ben Spry

POoR Collective – is a London-based social enterprise dedicated to the development of communities within the built environment and driving positive social change. A talented and driven group of Royal College of Art-trained architects and designers, an accountant and a videographer, their varied, community-focused projects have a common aim: to empower those who are often under-represented and to inspire young people as to what’s possible and available for them.

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SYSTEMS - COMMERCIAL

SmartWorkflow solutions in MR Project Commissioner/Creator Philips

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The increasing use of magnetic resonance (MR) to diagnose a variety of conditions and illnesses has led to demands for greater efficiency. Too often, it seems that productivity is at odds with giving patients the time and attention they desire. SmartWorkflow provides an end-to-end workflow solution supporting a better patient and staff experience, resulting in patient centred productivity.

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Low Carbon Farming Project Commissioner/Creator Oasthouse Ventures

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The world requires an ever-growing amount of highquality produce. This cannot be grown at any cost to the environment, the way we produce food needs to become more sustainable and less damaging. With this in mind, the Low Carbon Farming team set out to improve greenhouse heating systems to meet this challenge, and in doing so created a world first.

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SYSTEMS - CONCEPT

Building a Martian House Project Commissioner/Creator Ella Good and Nicki Kent

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Artists Ella Good and Nicki Kent are building a Martian House. It’s going to be a real life house that you can step into and imagine how we might live on another planet. The house will be built by many people coming together and sharing their knowledge, skills and enthusiasm - working with space scientists, engineers, architects and the local community.

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SYSTEMS - GOVERNMENT

AcrosSilos Project Commissioner MA Service Design, Royal College of Art + London Borough of Barking and Dagenham Creator Emilia D’Orazio, Saumya Singha

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Public services and agencies often work in silos, resulting in systemic flaws that lead to poor outcomes for citizens. AcrosSilos is a pattern library that provides a set of tools and guidance to enable effective horizontal collaboration within local authorities. The patterns are being used by the London Borough of Barking and Dagenham, and have the potential to trigger joined-up approaches in any local government. They have been co-designed and tested with front-line workers, service managers, data scientists, and behavioural scientists in the borough, resulting in targeted interventions that improve collaboration across the council and services to prevent child neglect.

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SYSTEMS - SOCIAL DESIGN

Our Future Foyle Project Commissioner Public Health Agency (PHA) Creator Urban Scale Interventions

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Our Future Foyle has engaged 15,000 citizens in its development which has led to a co-designed £25 million regeneration project on the river Foyle which crosses themes of health, tourism and economy. The ‘Our Future Foyle’ project will use art installations – including an 800m light sculpture along the Foyle Bridge – to challenge the negative associations with the river - and to create a physical barrier to help prevent people taking their own lives.

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SYSTEMS - SOCIAL DESIGN

Adapt Project Commissioner/Creator Adapt Climate Club

Adapt is a climate club and creative organisation, using design, humour and contemporary culture to communicate climate issues in a new way. We run Adapt in order to share knowledge, encourage action and build a community of motivated activists.

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SYSTEMS - SOCIAL DESIGN

Sign Of The Times Project Commissioner Spring Chicken Creator NB Studio

There’s British road sign that features a silhouette of a stooping elderly couple with a walking stick. it’s a depressing image: not simply out of touch but offensive. NB Studio decided to act and challenged the design community to change the image of ageing.

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MARKETING - BRANDED EXPERIENCE

Adidas London Project Commissioner Adidas Creator DIA Studio

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The new adidas LDN Flagship store on Oxford Street is a home for creativity, born from London, that combines digital innovation, unique shopper experiences and a focus on in-store experts to create a new benchmark in retail. Across four floors, the adidas Oxford Street store features the very best of the brand across sport and style including the widest range of football apparel and footwear, the latest Originals designs and collaborations

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MARKETING - FILM, VIDEO, VIRAL

Chinatown is waiting’ video campaign Project Commissioner/Creator Hylink (UK) Digital Solution Limited

How can a community of businesses and restaurants maintain engagement with consumers in lockdown when footfall has always been the key traffic driver?

The answer is to trigger fond memories among consumers and highlight the community’s spirit. Chinatown London worked with Hylink, the first natively Chinese digital agency to set up in Europe, to overcome COVID-19 restrictions and share the area’s unique atmosphere in the digital realm. Hylink devised a video campaign on Chinese social media that both reminded audiences of the Chinatown brand and showed how Chinatown stood in solidarity with its business community and consumers during lockdown.

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MARKETING - MOBILE CAMPAIGN

Manchester Airport #BeeLove campaign Project Commissioner/Creator Hylink (UK) Digital Solution Limited

How can an airport create a stronger affinity with Chinese consumers over Christmas, a Western festive season? Manchester Airport worked with Hylink, the first natively Chinese digital agency to set up in Europe, to (1) strengthen travellers’ affinity with Manchester Airport’s retail partners and (2) raise awareness of the airport’s wider routes to Beijing, Shanghai and Hong Kong during the Christmas season. Hylink created an online lucky draw game in the form of an advent calendar to embrace a Christmas theme and engage with Chinese consumers.

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MARKETING - SALES PROMOTION

BMW M Salt Water Cars and Sugarcane Racetracks Project Commissioner Shell Creator BrandBase Team Klaas Engelsma - Global Promotions Manager Shell Krzysztof Sowik - Global Promotions Developer Shell James Rankin - Project Director BrandBase Paul Alberts - Project Innovator BrandBase Mark Edwards - Project Manager BrandBase Miles Rankin - Project Manager BrandBase Cynthia Tang - Production Manager BrandBase Jesse Post - Creative Director BrandBase Jeroen Coert - Lead designer BrandBase Emanuele Papale - Lead designer BrandBase London Design Awards 2020

The BMW M Salt Water Cars and Sugarcane Racetracks is a global promotion to drive Shell retail sales which first launched in 7 countries within the Central Eastern Europe region. The licensed product is new & innovative, highly collectible, educational, sustainably led and has both physical and digital gameplay. BMW Salt Water Cars is a series of innovative toy cars with electric engines that are powered by salt water. BrandBase has also developed the first ever racetrack made from sugarcane waste product, called bagasse. In addition each car sold contributes to Plastic Bank, offsetting the plastic used in production of the toys. The Plastic Bank is an organisation designed to remove plastic waste from the world’s oceans, beaches and waterways while empowering disenfranchised communities to exchange any type of plastic for currency.

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GRAPHIC DESIGN - IDENTITY AND BRANDING

Inwayi Kids House Project Commissioner Ningbo Inwayi Enterprise Consulting Management Creator Ninemix Design Team Nono Xia

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INWAYI is a comprehensive children’s organization, the business scope covers the children’s center, children’s color center, children’s swimming center and other fun places for children. Under a single brand, customers hope that the brand image can cover multiple business contents, which reflects the comprehensiveness and interest of the organization. We think that children have their own worlds and kingdoms, and they aspire to be Kings or princesses in their own territories. With this in mind, we decide to launch the design with the concept of children’s kingdom. At the same time, we also take the castle element as the main visual graphic. We hope to build the concept of brand children’s kingdom and happy utopia.

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GRAPHIC DESIGN - ILLUSTRATION AND TYPE

Colourful Street Project Commissioner King’s Road, Chelsea @kingsroadchelsea Creator Lois O’Hara Team - King’s Road Chelsea - Sloane Stanley and Pantone Color Institute - Lois O’Hara

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Multidisciplinary artist and designer Lois O’Hara presents ‘Colourful Street’, a public art installation at Chelsea Fire Station. The large-scale mural aims to inject positivity and joy at this time of uncertainty and presents an abstraction of King’s Road, Chelsea in O’Hara’s signature style, capturing the motion of the iconic West London location. The colours used have been derived from a variety of photographs of the local area and the fluid forms reflect the shapes and flow of the streets.

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GRAPHIC DESIGN - PUBLICATION

COVID-19 Design Toolkit Project Commissioner/Creator Applied Information Group

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COVID-19 Design Toolkit The definitive system for social distancing for government, public and private sector organisations responsible for high-traffic spaces. The Toolkit is designed to help anyone who is responsible for public places: cities, universities, and transport systems to individual stores, theatres, restaurants and offices. It is a practical tool to help implement effective public information by applying best-practice know-how. It is ready to download and use straight away.

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The Seeds of Faith Project Commissioner Beijing Forestry University Creator Xianming Hu

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The Seeds of Faith-The Design of the Admission Letter for BFU, 2018 The whole set includes an admission letter, a notebook and an enrollment guidance. Four types of the letters illustrate stages of the growth process – Breeding, Germinating, Growing and Flourishing. The letter is colored dark green, with silver and golden dots or seeds. The concept of this design is the power of seeds - the research objects for Beijing Forestry University. A seed is like a planet with the genetic code of lives. College students in BFU are seeds, that, with the cultivation and irrigation, can release power to make important contributions in the future.

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GRAPHIC DESIGN - THREE DIMENSIONAL

Fish & Chips reinvented Project Commissioner/Creator Bifrost Foods Team The team consist of two people, Runar Omarsson, the founder/creative director of Bifrost Foods, an Icelandic startup that focuses on healthy, natural consumer food products, and his friend, Birgir Omarsson (not related), the graphic designer. The goal with the project was to reinvent the world famous, classic English meal of fish and chips, and bring out a healthier version where the fish is dried, not fried. The outcome is a 100gram/3.5OZ supersnack meal, fully natural, from sustainable resources, packed with 27 grams of protein. The product was launched in fall 2020, and has proved to be a major hit in its home country of Iceland, hopefully reaching other countries in 2021.

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The goal with the project was to reinvent and remarket the world famous, classic English meal of fish and chips, and bring out a healthier version in the form of a ready to eat snack, where the fish is dried, not fried. The outcome is a 100gram/3.5OZ supersnack meal, fully natural, from sustainable resources, packed with 27 grams of protein. A perfect grab & go meal.

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Digital Design AR / VR - New Experiences. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 200 Business Operations.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 202 Edtech.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 203 Health. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 204 New Service or Application. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 206 Retail & Shopping. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 207 TravelTech. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 208


DIGITAL - AR / VR - NEW EXPERIENCES

Deep Project Commissioner/Creator Deep

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Deep is a meditative virtual reality game controlled by breathing. Deep allows players to navigate through a serene and poetic underwater world. Movement is controlled by slow, deep breathing which soothes and relieves anxiety in the player. It uses a self-explorative, visually stunning underwater seascape and biofeedback mechanics. Together with researchers at the Radboud University, the team carefully design and research the experience as a tool for teaching people valuable emotion regulation techniques in a safe and supporting environment.

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DIGITAL - AR / VR - NEW EXPERIENCES

Curious Alice Project Commissioner V&A and HTC Vive Arts Creator Preloaded

Experience a mind-bending virtual trip into Wonderland... Curious Alice invites audiences to tumble down the rabbit hole and embark on a mindbending trip into Wonderland through the playful dimension of virtual reality (VR).

This new VR experience is the result of an innovative partnership between the V&A and HTC Vive Arts, produced by immersive games studio PRELOADED and featuring original artworks by Icelandic illustrator Kristjana S Williams. The experience presents a fully immersive, interactive re-imagining of Wonderland, celebrating one of the most iconic and inspiring stories of all time – the subject of the V&A’s major 2021 exhibition Alice: Curiouser and Curiouser.

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DIGITAL - BUSINESS OPERATIONS

Proxima Space Insight Project Commissioner Prolojik

Prolojik Proxima works in conjunction with their lighting control systems to provide a unique combination of business critical data including occupancy and footfall enabling clients to identify where tangible business and colleague wellbeing benefits can be delivered. It uses Bluetooth low energy (BLE) technology to track people’s movements by facilitating wireless communication between luminaires within a Prolojik lighting control system and moveable objects, eg security passes. Data can then be presented in a number of ways allowing decisions about how building controls are adapted and integrated may then be taken based on how the spaces are actually used.

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DIGITAL - EDTECH

Glue Project Commissioner Fake Production Team Founder & CDO: Santtu Parikka Founder & CTO: Juha Ruistola CEO: Jussi Havu

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Glue is a modern collaboration platform that takes advantage of recent advances in immersive 3D graphics, virtual reality, and cloud computing. It is intended for business professionals who need global remote access to a shared team space for efficient collaboration.

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DIGITAL - HEALTH

360 Health & Performance Project Commissioner 360 Health & Performance Creator Tigerspike Team Pete Marco Tony Kerchhoff Saskia Karsen Chris Nevin Taylor Wolfrom Krystian Malicki Juliana Leon Hannah Paulson Mike Miller Justin Buckthorp

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360 Health & Performance helps individuals take charge of their physical and mental wellbeing by providing a personalised and preventative approach, underpinned by cutting-edge science from evidencebased medicine. With COVID-19, businesses also want to pivot to prevention; seeking to safeguard employee health, invest in digital transformation to look after staff working from home, and protect the energy and performance of talent. 360 helps individuals and organisations meet these aspirations and goals. Rather than chase late-stage symptoms, they use diagnostics to identify early core imbalances in physiological systems and help individuals restore balance and maintain resilience. The 360 app is central to this overall mission.

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DIGITAL - HEALTH

Mum & Baby Project Commissioner Chelsea and Westminster Hospital NHS Foundation Trust and their charity CW+ Creator Imagineear Ltd The Mum & Baby app gives women and their families NHS curated and clinically-evidenced guidance and information on pregnancy, birth and beyond. It has been designed to help users make choices about where they can give birth, plan their birth preferences and provides extensive advice and information on all aspects of pregnancy and early parenthood. It offers an easy-to-navigate interface, multiple links and videos including; emotional and physical wellbeing, mental health concerns, advice for partners, preparing for labour, hospital stays, post-delivery care, baby care basics, mum and baby checks, recovering from different types of delivery and medical conditions and back-at-home advice. London Design Awards 2020

Team Imagineear Ltd. Julia Laflin, Head of Heatlhcare at Imagineear Clare Cooper-Hammond, Managing Director at Imagineear David Hoskins, Director of Development & User Experience at Imagineear Vasileios Karageorgos, Design Director at Imagineear Ross Shelford, Graphic Designer at Imagineear Chelsea & Westminster Hospital NHS Foundation trust with charity CW+ Dr Sunita Sharma, Lead for Postnatal Services NHS North West London Health and Care Partnership Helen Maric, Implementation Lead, Maternity Transformation Programme Strategy and Transformation Team

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DIGITAL - NEW SERVICE OR APPLICATION

MyTeamSafe Lone Working App Project Commissioner Hillingar Ltd.

MyTeamSafe is specifically designed for lower risk lone workers and home workers. The award winning flexible, automated and affordable solution that keeps you in control.

The award winning Lone Worker solution that enables you to keep in control of your staff’s safety, they way you want to. Different jobs have different risks, from off-site visits to working from home or working late in an empty building. Ensure your duty of care for each role.

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DIGITAL - RETAIL & SHOPPING

Waterstones App Project Commissioner Waterstones Creator Brightec/Ribot Team Brightec 1 x Head of Operations 1 x Managing Director 1 x Creative Director 1 x Head of Product 1 x Studio Manager 4 x iOS Developers 3x Android Developers 1 x Junior Designer 1 x External Design Agency Ribot

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Brightec focuses primarily on mobile app development. We helped Waterstones, one of the UK’s largest book retailers, to stay fresh and profitable by enabling online shopping via their iOS and Android apps. From the design process right up to beginning building, Brightec collaborated with design agency Ribot to provide project management support and consultancy from a development perspective. With physical stores closed during Covid 19, the apps became of higher importance than anyone had anticipated and provided a lifeline for the company. As with many Brightec clients, Waterstones entered a retainer agreement to help them release and receive support. We continue to work closely with Waterstones for further iterations.

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DIGITAL - TRAVELTECH

Priority Pass - App Redesign Project Commissioner Collinson Creator Tigerspike Team Sophie Daniel Nabeel Mousawi Harry Roter Chizzie Mbubaegbu Tosin Sanyaolu Tigerspike Europe

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Priority Pass, part of the Collinson Group, is known as the original and market-leading airport experiences programme. We provide Members with access to over 1300 lounges and airport experiences in over 650 airports across 148 countries, including airport dining and spa offerings worldwide that can be accessed in the same way as lounges. Regardless of airline or class of travel, Members enjoy a VIP airport experience, and the Priority Pass app enhances this. The Priority Pass app provides information on all 1300 lounges within our network. Airport maps help Members navigate through a number of airports worldwide. The ‘Digital Membership Card’ within the app allows Members to enter lounges without a physical card, which is proving even more useful in this current global climate. Available via iOS and Android, and supported in 12 different languages, our travel companion app helps manage journeys from A to B.

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Project index 22 Bishopsgate

14

360 Health & Performance

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A 540-square-meter Duplex Penthouse in Royal Bay

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AC75 race boat

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AcrosSilos 184 Adapt 186 Adidas London

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Aesthetics of the Modern Forest

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Alternating Toughness and Gentleness

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An Emerald Ray of Sunlight

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Arag— House

100

Astronomer 6404A1

153

BD Veritor™ Plus System for Rapid Detection of SARS-CoV-2

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BeauEr 3X

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Beauty Mansion White

47, 86

Beijing Urban Construction • Taihu Sales Center

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Belsize Fire Station

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Bigbang 5803J3

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BIT Sports Center

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BMW M Salt Water Cars and Sugarcane Racetracks

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Bocuiwan Sales Center

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Bodu Resort

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Bolon acoustic flooring

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Brightgreen Wellness System

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Building a Martian House

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Cang Ma Mountain Residence

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Case - freedom to travel

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Changsha Meixihu International Culture and Art Centre

38

Changshu China Merchants · Qinhu Town Exhibition Center

74

Chinatown is waiting’ video campaign

189

City of Time

68

Clean Air Series

163

Clouds Light

157


Colourful Street

193

Comcast Technology Center

30

Connect, circulate

113

COVID-19 Design Toolkit

194

Curious Alice

201

dECO friendly

105

Deep 200 Display Center of Royal Time Residence

24

DROMOS 155 Dunhuang Hexi Corridor Grand Hotel

87

Easy Work

66

Egoe Nestbox

161

Elegant Whirling of Wood

107

Elements 36 Embossed Acoustic Panel Series

164

Envelope 156 EVD Office

67

Exhibition Gallery of The Windows of Shanghai Intelligence and Science

76

Fashion Bay Sales Center

127

Fashionable Manhattan

110

Feel Good Breast Forms

167

Fish & Chips reinvented

197

Floating Courtyard

25

Flying 40 Forest Green Rovers Eco Park Stadium

35

Four Seasons Hotel at Comcast Technology Center

21

Furniture Pavilion S

144

FUZONE500 169 Gabriela Hearst London Flagship

131

Glue 203 Green Town Hangzhou Qianjiang Century City Life House

72

Greenland Yejin Mansion

31

Guizhou Medical University Dental Clinic

96


Project index Haimen International Community Exhibition Center

34

Hangzhou RIVIERA MANSION Apartment Club

62

Hefei Feidong WuYue Plaza

69

Hero Arm

151

Home to Modern Art

109

Huangpu Taste

92

Impertial Court Project

85

Inwayi Kids House

192

Jinzhong Kylin Mansion Club

59

Jinzhong Kylin Mansion Hushan Art Gallery

80

Lanzhou Wanda City Exhibition Center

79

Lanzhou Wanda Mall Landscape Design

137

Light Box

116

Liu Zhi Studio

63

LOOTBOX 159 Low Carbon Farming

182

Luzhou Yunjin Paradise Cloud Hotel

22

Magazine London

15

Magic Box

58

Manchester Airport #BeeLove campaign

190

Meet Fun

120

Merchants CloudPeak Center Office Space

52

Modern Kingdom

102

Moji Inn

88

Mole House

44

Mum & Baby

205

MUSE Riverside House

51

Musico Chair

160

MyTeamSafe Lone Working App

206

Nanchang Rsun · Shi Guang Li Sales Center

20

NEO HOUSE

115

Non-fading Beauty

91

Novacolor Paint Showroom

129


Number One Kirkstall Forge

50

Opplyst 95 Our Future Foyle

185

OXSIGHT Smart Glasses

166

Panda Base Sightseeing Tower

37

Penetration through Transparency

104

Philips Hue Play gradient

152

Phoenix Mansion

26

Poly • DreamWorks— Esports-themed Exhibition Center

82

POoR Collective

180

Prime Land Moonlight Life Center

99

Priority Pass - App Redesign

208

Project Flock

171

Proxima Space Insight

202

Pulin Organic Spa

90

Qingdao four seasons flowery café

61

Remarkable Arts

108

Renovation of Hangzhou Intime Wulin Department Store

19

Retro Aesthetic

101

Rhythm of Light and Shadow

114

Rimadesio Showroom in Hangzhou

118

Root Inn Bar & Restaurant (One Mall, Nanjing)

93

RS No.9 – Rolling Stones Carnaby St. Store

132

Shanxi Intelligent Hi-tech City Exhibition Center

128

SharingSpace by ChangQun

33

Shenzhen Cathay Courtyard

136

Shuyang Art Museum

39

Shy No BBQ and Bar

89

Sign Of The Times

187

Silk Road Cultural Exchange Center

134

Sino-German D-Zone Building #4

32

Sky-City Experience Centre

75

SmartWorkflow solutions in MR

181


Project index Split Bridge

135

Stage for the City

146

Sunac·Guan Yue Tai

139

Sunac • Emerald Coast Experience Center

73

Sunac·Pingyang Emerald Coastal City

140

Suzhou Riverside Community Center

18

Symons House

49

Taiwan Lantern Festival 2020 - Born On The Island

141

The Body Shop

56

The Bristol Loaf, 94-96 Bedminster Parade

57

The Future City

60

The Gaslight Building

54

The Land of Fish and Rice

119

The Premiere

177

The Seeds of Faith

196

The Shine of Sustainable Architecture

106

Times Pavilion

145

Tongrentang - Zhima Health Offline Experience Store

117

Tracing Clouds

77

Turtle Pack

172

U Style Office

71

United Art

65

Unity, Brighton

48

Unlimited Center of Art

83

Vanke Cloud City

138

Variegation Index

142

Vizer 173 VW electric id3

175

W House

112

W&H Law Firm Office

55

Wallsilk®antibacterial

165

Waterstones App

207

White Upland

147


Workit 130 WOWDSGN Shanghai MixC Store

121

WuliEpoch Culture Center

29

Wulin Downtown

28

Wuxi THE ONE PARK Demonstration Area

27

X-streams 162 Xi De Ni Stone Exhibition Hall

81

Xi’an Legend Chanba the Willow Shores Sales Center

125

Xie Yan

94

Xinglong Lake CITIC Bookstore

16

Xinzhou Planning Exhibition Hall

41

Y TIME

17

Yango Shimao Feili Residence Sales Center

123

Yingliang Stone Natural History Museum

97

Yongjia Hotel Indigo

23

Yuexiu • CMSK Up - Delighted Bayvilla Landscape Design

133

Yuguang Island family house

45

Yuzhou Group Business Square Sales Center

126

Z31 Transformation of Z31 commercial podium building of Crowne Plaza Hotel

70

Zhengrong Mansion

78

Zhenro Sky Mansion

64


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