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The second installment in our Opening series on the hospitality sector, with a group of new need-to-know cafés, restaurants and hotels.
Beijing – For Sense Café, a Nestlé pop-up in Beijing, RSAA and Büro Ziyu Zhuang chose one of the most traditionals location in the city: a siheyuan.
Beijing – The Interstices LePur Yogurt Café is a minimalist space that tends to visitors looking for quiet time in the Chinese metropolis.
Beijing – Blue Mist, a hair salon designed by 123 Architects, features a flexible lecture space within the ocean-inspired interior design.
Beijing – Atelier Tree designed a metal cloud for Poppee, a Chinese jewellery store, that made the use of gold look still elegant and minimalistic.
Beijing – Nota Architects worked on Seesaw Coffee, a café in a bustling mall that provides a much-needed urban green space, indoors.
Beijing – For digital influencers in one of the world's largest shopping markets, portrait studios are getting an upgrade, by way of Daylab.
Beijing – In building an installation for a Chinese company, Joy Season Studio turned a cultural symbol into a spatial experience and focused on emotion instead of corporate language.
Beijing – In aesthetics and menu, Green Option Food Court designed by Ramoprimo caters to wellness-savvy diners in pursuit of a relaxing experience.
Beijing – Designed by WAA, WeMarket is the second stage of a business strategy developed by AnyShopStyle, promoting up-and-coming designers in China.
Beijing – Surrounded by dilapidated residences, an exterior annex near an office building turned youth apartment brings the joy of nature to a tough environment.
Beijing – Atelier Tree tackles constraints imposed on makers of trade-fair stands: short construction times and tight budgets.
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