Discover the transformation of the Blue Lake-Lakeside Teahouse, a masterpiece crafted by YI+MU and ranked as one of the best teahouses on social media.
Situated in Beijing’s lush Lidu Garden, this serene sanctuary embodies a harmonious blend of the old and the new. Infused with simplicity and natural elegance, visitors are invited to indulge in a tea experience framed by Beijing’s natural beauty.
Welcome to the House of Mountain Birds, a vacation retreat nestled in Beijing’s mountains, designed by the creative team at Chaoffice. This dynamic project transforms a compact 100 square meter site (around 1076 square feet) into a 165 square meter sanctuary (around 1776 square feet), that merges nature with innovative design.
The home’s distinctive design dissolves boundaries and brings inhabitants closer to the natural world, offering breathtaking views and intimate connections with the surrounding wilderness.
Xirui Chunqiu Residence is a luxurious haven designed by RUI Design in the heart of Beijing, China. This stunning residence, completed in 2021, captures the essence of tranquility and inner peace while offering a perfect blend of functionality and artistic expression.
Discover how natural light, innovative design, and an emphasis on well-being come together to create the ultimate living experience.
Discover the refreshing transformation of Apartment M, a stylish modern and minimalist living space designed by Office AIO in Beijing, China.
This ground-floor apartment in a low-density residential complex has been reimagined for a young family of three, embracing light and airiness with a careful curation of materials and details. Revel in the charm of this sophisticated yet functional abode and explore the delightful living spaces that foster a warm and inviting atmosphere.
Kiki ARCHi has crafted a stunning single-family house in Beijing, China, that combines traditional and contemporary elements. The project, named Classic Meets Modern, features the owner’s collection of Golden Nanmu (Phoebe zhennan) wood furniture, which is a popular architectural and furniture material for the imperial family in Ming and Qing dynasties, and was used in the famous Forbidden City.
With the help of the designer’s expertise, the house has been replanned and adjusted to incorporate the owner’s collection into a modern-style home that perfectly balances space and display design. The three colors of black, white, and gray are used in large quantities, corresponding to the scenes of ‘traditional’, ‘modern’, and ‘transition’ respectively. Visitors to the house can experience a sense of ritual and inclusiveness while being surrounded by the beauty of Beijing.