Completing a multi-year effort to bring Lucerne, Switzerland to China, Lorenc+Yoo Design recently was pleased to share the unique sculptural elements that accentuate “The Lucerne Town’s” delightful quality, levity and joy. LYD principal Jan Lorenc, FSEGD and Przemysław Kordys created a series of 10 angelic sculptures aligned with the linear fountain and alongside the Luzern Music Center.
The design world flocked to Milan last week for its design week. But soon the action will shift to China, which is about to leapfrog the west when it comes to architecture and design, predicts Dezeen editor-in-chief Marcus Fairs.
Shanghai Playscape is a new public space, micro-intervention, low-cost project and part of the Fourth Edition of Open Your Space, an ongoing research and design project at the College of Design and Innovation, Tongji University. OYS focuses on public space in the Siping community by involving administration, residents, students, designers and artists in helping the community acquire a better sense of sustainability, comfort and accessibility to public spaces.
Studio Ongarato developed a distinctive site narrative for the W Shanghai hotel and created an immersive experience for visitors, drawing on the history, geography and culture of the city. The conceptual narrative, "Captivating Contrasts," was informed by the uniquely Shanghainese culture of Hai Pai, the art of bringing together the East and West.
This sign design project in a forest resort area of China consists of a hotel, condominium apartments, sports and leisure facilities and a park. The warm climate, rich nature and facilities attract many visitors.