House of Grace Chen / Kokaistudios
House of Grace Chen / Kokaistudios

Kokaistudios has completed the renovation of a historical villa, located in the heart of the city’s former French Concession. The villa was transformed into the home for a Shanghai-based Haute Couture brand, Grace Chen. The project encompasses the architectural renovation and interior design of the villa, as well as a new glass pavilion display and event space. 

Taking inspiration from Grace Chen’s beautiful and intricately crafted clothing, Kokaistudios developed a design strategy that is feminine and elegant, yet completes the classic design of the villa with a touch of modernity.

Kokaistudios embarked on an architectural restoration of the building that valorized the villa’s original features, including the French doors, the inlaid marble mosaic flooring on the upstairs terrace, as well as the beautiful facade brickwork. 

The entrance to the villa is marked by a large black and bronze weaved metal gate, the design of which was inspired by one of Grace Chen’s designs. It provides privacy, coupled with a strong sense of arrival. 

The villa overlooks a courtyard that was completely re-designed to meet the client's needs, functioning as an event space and an area for hosting small fashion shows.

The architect divided the villa into a series of areas, with a progression from the public areas on the ground floor to the most private areas on the third floor.

The ground floor hosts the main showroom and lounge area. The show-kitchen and dining area has direct access to the courtyard.

The fitting rooms and offices are located on the second floor. The architect settled on a palette of colors and a range of natural materials, together creating a comforting environment that acts as a supporting backdrop to the client's beautiful couture creations.

While much of the custom-made cabinetry and display mirrors were designed in a style to complement the historic nature of the villa, the architect chose to contrast them with features and finishes that were intentionally modern.

The interior space uses furniture and fixtures from noted domestic and international producers, such as pieces by Flos, and Murano glass lamps designed and produced in Italy by the family of Filippo Gabbiani, Chief Architect of the project.

The third floor is taken up by the intimate library as well as the VIP suite for out-of-town guests. Exposed bricks were finished in a simple dove grey paint, giving the space a more unfinished feeling.

This intimate and elegant space is an area for reflection and exchange, envisaged as a “salon” of old times.

House of Grace Chen / Kokaistudios
House of Grace Chen / Kokaistudios

Kokaistudios has completed the renovation of a historical villa, located in the heart of the city’s former French Concession. The villa was transformed into the home for a Shanghai-based Haute Couture brand, Grace Chen. The project encompasses the architectural renovation and interior design of the villa, as well as a new glass pavilion display and event space. 

Taking inspiration from Grace Chen’s beautiful and intricately crafted clothing, Kokaistudios developed a design strategy that is feminine and elegant, yet completes the classic design of the villa with a touch of modernity.

Kokaistudios embarked on an architectural restoration of the building that valorized the villa’s original features, including the French doors, the inlaid marble mosaic flooring on the upstairs terrace, as well as the beautiful facade brickwork. 

The entrance to the villa is marked by a large black and bronze weaved metal gate, the design of which was inspired by one of Grace Chen’s designs. It provides privacy, coupled with a strong sense of arrival. 

The villa overlooks a courtyard that was completely re-designed to meet the client's needs, functioning as an event space and an area for hosting small fashion shows.

The architect divided the villa into a series of areas, with a progression from the public areas on the ground floor to the most private areas on the third floor.

The ground floor hosts the main showroom and lounge area. The show-kitchen and dining area has direct access to the courtyard.

The fitting rooms and offices are located on the second floor. The architect settled on a palette of colors and a range of natural materials, together creating a comforting environment that acts as a supporting backdrop to the client's beautiful couture creations.

While much of the custom-made cabinetry and display mirrors were designed in a style to complement the historic nature of the villa, the architect chose to contrast them with features and finishes that were intentionally modern.

The interior space uses furniture and fixtures from noted domestic and international producers, such as pieces by Flos, and Murano glass lamps designed and produced in Italy by the family of Filippo Gabbiani, Chief Architect of the project.

The third floor is taken up by the intimate library as well as the VIP suite for out-of-town guests. Exposed bricks were finished in a simple dove grey paint, giving the space a more unfinished feeling.

This intimate and elegant space is an area for reflection and exchange, envisaged as a “salon” of old times.

House of Grace Chen / Kokaistudios
House of Grace Chen / Kokaistudios

Kokaistudios has completed the renovation of a historical villa, located in the heart of the city’s former French Concession. The villa was transformed into the home for a Shanghai-based Haute Couture brand, Grace Chen. The project encompasses the architectural renovation and interior design of the villa, as well as a new glass pavilion display and event space. 

Taking inspiration from Grace Chen’s beautiful and intricately crafted clothing, Kokaistudios developed a design strategy that is feminine and elegant, yet completes the classic design of the villa with a touch of modernity.

Kokaistudios embarked on an architectural restoration of the building that valorized the villa’s original features, including the French doors, the inlaid marble mosaic flooring on the upstairs terrace, as well as the beautiful facade brickwork. 

The entrance to the villa is marked by a large black and bronze weaved metal gate, the design of which was inspired by one of Grace Chen’s designs. It provides privacy, coupled with a strong sense of arrival. 

The villa overlooks a courtyard that was completely re-designed to meet the client's needs, functioning as an event space and an area for hosting small fashion shows.

The architect divided the villa into a series of areas, with a progression from the public areas on the ground floor to the most private areas on the third floor.

The ground floor hosts the main showroom and lounge area. The show-kitchen and dining area has direct access to the courtyard.

The fitting rooms and offices are located on the second floor. The architect settled on a palette of colors and a range of natural materials, together creating a comforting environment that acts as a supporting backdrop to the client's beautiful couture creations.

While much of the custom-made cabinetry and display mirrors were designed in a style to complement the historic nature of the villa, the architect chose to contrast them with features and finishes that were intentionally modern.

The interior space uses furniture and fixtures from noted domestic and international producers, such as pieces by Flos, and Murano glass lamps designed and produced in Italy by the family of Filippo Gabbiani, Chief Architect of the project.

The third floor is taken up by the intimate library as well as the VIP suite for out-of-town guests. Exposed bricks were finished in a simple dove grey paint, giving the space a more unfinished feeling.

This intimate and elegant space is an area for reflection and exchange, envisaged as a “salon” of old times.

House of Grace Chen / Kokaistudios
House of Grace Chen / Kokaistudios

Kokaistudios has completed the renovation of a historical villa, located in the heart of the city’s former French Concession. The villa was transformed into the home for a Shanghai-based Haute Couture brand, Grace Chen. The project encompasses the architectural renovation and interior design of the villa, as well as a new glass pavilion display and event space. 

Taking inspiration from Grace Chen’s beautiful and intricately crafted clothing, Kokaistudios developed a design strategy that is feminine and elegant, yet completes the classic design of the villa with a touch of modernity.

Kokaistudios embarked on an architectural restoration of the building that valorized the villa’s original features, including the French doors, the inlaid marble mosaic flooring on the upstairs terrace, as well as the beautiful facade brickwork. 

The entrance to the villa is marked by a large black and bronze weaved metal gate, the design of which was inspired by one of Grace Chen’s designs. It provides privacy, coupled with a strong sense of arrival. 

The villa overlooks a courtyard that was completely re-designed to meet the client's needs, functioning as an event space and an area for hosting small fashion shows.

The architect divided the villa into a series of areas, with a progression from the public areas on the ground floor to the most private areas on the third floor.

The ground floor hosts the main showroom and lounge area. The show-kitchen and dining area has direct access to the courtyard.

The fitting rooms and offices are located on the second floor. The architect settled on a palette of colors and a range of natural materials, together creating a comforting environment that acts as a supporting backdrop to the client's beautiful couture creations.

While much of the custom-made cabinetry and display mirrors were designed in a style to complement the historic nature of the villa, the architect chose to contrast them with features and finishes that were intentionally modern.

The interior space uses furniture and fixtures from noted domestic and international producers, such as pieces by Flos, and Murano glass lamps designed and produced in Italy by the family of Filippo Gabbiani, Chief Architect of the project.

The third floor is taken up by the intimate library as well as the VIP suite for out-of-town guests. Exposed bricks were finished in a simple dove grey paint, giving the space a more unfinished feeling.

This intimate and elegant space is an area for reflection and exchange, envisaged as a “salon” of old times.

House of Grace Chen / Kokaistudios
House of Grace Chen / Kokaistudios

Kokaistudios has completed the renovation of a historical villa, located in the heart of the city’s former French Concession. The villa was transformed into the home for a Shanghai-based Haute Couture brand, Grace Chen. The project encompasses the architectural renovation and interior design of the villa, as well as a new glass pavilion display and event space. 

Taking inspiration from Grace Chen’s beautiful and intricately crafted clothing, Kokaistudios developed a design strategy that is feminine and elegant, yet completes the classic design of the villa with a touch of modernity.

Kokaistudios embarked on an architectural restoration of the building that valorized the villa’s original features, including the French doors, the inlaid marble mosaic flooring on the upstairs terrace, as well as the beautiful facade brickwork. 

The entrance to the villa is marked by a large black and bronze weaved metal gate, the design of which was inspired by one of Grace Chen’s designs. It provides privacy, coupled with a strong sense of arrival. 

The villa overlooks a courtyard that was completely re-designed to meet the client's needs, functioning as an event space and an area for hosting small fashion shows.

The architect divided the villa into a series of areas, with a progression from the public areas on the ground floor to the most private areas on the third floor.

The ground floor hosts the main showroom and lounge area. The show-kitchen and dining area has direct access to the courtyard.

The fitting rooms and offices are located on the second floor. The architect settled on a palette of colors and a range of natural materials, together creating a comforting environment that acts as a supporting backdrop to the client's beautiful couture creations.

While much of the custom-made cabinetry and display mirrors were designed in a style to complement the historic nature of the villa, the architect chose to contrast them with features and finishes that were intentionally modern.

The interior space uses furniture and fixtures from noted domestic and international producers, such as pieces by Flos, and Murano glass lamps designed and produced in Italy by the family of Filippo Gabbiani, Chief Architect of the project.

The third floor is taken up by the intimate library as well as the VIP suite for out-of-town guests. Exposed bricks were finished in a simple dove grey paint, giving the space a more unfinished feeling.

This intimate and elegant space is an area for reflection and exchange, envisaged as a “salon” of old times.

House of Grace Chen / Kokaistudios
House of Grace Chen / Kokaistudios

Kokaistudios has completed the renovation of a historical villa, located in the heart of the city’s former French Concession. The villa was transformed into the home for a Shanghai-based Haute Couture brand, Grace Chen. The project encompasses the architectural renovation and interior design of the villa, as well as a new glass pavilion display and event space. 

Taking inspiration from Grace Chen’s beautiful and intricately crafted clothing, Kokaistudios developed a design strategy that is feminine and elegant, yet completes the classic design of the villa with a touch of modernity.

Kokaistudios embarked on an architectural restoration of the building that valorized the villa’s original features, including the French doors, the inlaid marble mosaic flooring on the upstairs terrace, as well as the beautiful facade brickwork. 

The entrance to the villa is marked by a large black and bronze weaved metal gate, the design of which was inspired by one of Grace Chen’s designs. It provides privacy, coupled with a strong sense of arrival. 

The villa overlooks a courtyard that was completely re-designed to meet the client's needs, functioning as an event space and an area for hosting small fashion shows.

The architect divided the villa into a series of areas, with a progression from the public areas on the ground floor to the most private areas on the third floor.

The ground floor hosts the main showroom and lounge area. The show-kitchen and dining area has direct access to the courtyard.

The fitting rooms and offices are located on the second floor. The architect settled on a palette of colors and a range of natural materials, together creating a comforting environment that acts as a supporting backdrop to the client's beautiful couture creations.

While much of the custom-made cabinetry and display mirrors were designed in a style to complement the historic nature of the villa, the architect chose to contrast them with features and finishes that were intentionally modern.

The interior space uses furniture and fixtures from noted domestic and international producers, such as pieces by Flos, and Murano glass lamps designed and produced in Italy by the family of Filippo Gabbiani, Chief Architect of the project.

The third floor is taken up by the intimate library as well as the VIP suite for out-of-town guests. Exposed bricks were finished in a simple dove grey paint, giving the space a more unfinished feeling.

This intimate and elegant space is an area for reflection and exchange, envisaged as a “salon” of old times.

House of Grace Chen / Kokaistudios
House of Grace Chen / Kokaistudios

Kokaistudios has completed the renovation of a historical villa, located in the heart of the city’s former French Concession. The villa was transformed into the home for a Shanghai-based Haute Couture brand, Grace Chen. The project encompasses the architectural renovation and interior design of the villa, as well as a new glass pavilion display and event space. 

Taking inspiration from Grace Chen’s beautiful and intricately crafted clothing, Kokaistudios developed a design strategy that is feminine and elegant, yet completes the classic design of the villa with a touch of modernity.

Kokaistudios embarked on an architectural restoration of the building that valorized the villa’s original features, including the French doors, the inlaid marble mosaic flooring on the upstairs terrace, as well as the beautiful facade brickwork. 

The entrance to the villa is marked by a large black and bronze weaved metal gate, the design of which was inspired by one of Grace Chen’s designs. It provides privacy, coupled with a strong sense of arrival. 

The villa overlooks a courtyard that was completely re-designed to meet the client's needs, functioning as an event space and an area for hosting small fashion shows.

The architect divided the villa into a series of areas, with a progression from the public areas on the ground floor to the most private areas on the third floor.

The ground floor hosts the main showroom and lounge area. The show-kitchen and dining area has direct access to the courtyard.

The fitting rooms and offices are located on the second floor. The architect settled on a palette of colors and a range of natural materials, together creating a comforting environment that acts as a supporting backdrop to the client's beautiful couture creations.

While much of the custom-made cabinetry and display mirrors were designed in a style to complement the historic nature of the villa, the architect chose to contrast them with features and finishes that were intentionally modern.

The interior space uses furniture and fixtures from noted domestic and international producers, such as pieces by Flos, and Murano glass lamps designed and produced in Italy by the family of Filippo Gabbiani, Chief Architect of the project.

The third floor is taken up by the intimate library as well as the VIP suite for out-of-town guests. Exposed bricks were finished in a simple dove grey paint, giving the space a more unfinished feeling.

This intimate and elegant space is an area for reflection and exchange, envisaged as a “salon” of old times.

The Living Room by Octave / TsAO & McKOWN
The Living Room by Octave / TsAO & McKOWN

An adaptive reuse of a historical building in Shanghai China, The Living Room is built to create walkable, mixed-use alternatives to China’s rampant urbanization. The center is a hub for services including family therapy, art therapy, yoga, a health-oriented restaurant with food and beverage programs, and a small-scale urban farm. 

The interior was designed by noted New York architect and designer Calvin Tsao of Tsao & Mckown. Shanghai-based architecture firm, Neri & Hu, designed the exterior of the building. 

The Living Room by Octave / TsAO & McKOWN
The Living Room by Octave / TsAO & McKOWN

An adaptive reuse of a historical building in Shanghai China, The Living Room is built to create walkable, mixed-use alternatives to China’s rampant urbanization. The center is a hub for services including family therapy, art therapy, yoga, a health-oriented restaurant with food and beverage programs, and a small-scale urban farm. 

The interior was designed by noted New York architect and designer Calvin Tsao of TsAO & McKOWN. Shanghai-based architecture firm, Neri & Hu, designed the exterior of the building. 

From the venue: The Living Room by Octave is our flagship wellbeing center offering integrated and customized wellness programs delivered by a group of world-class practitioners. The exterior was designed by Neri & Hu and the interior was designed by noted architect and designer Calvin Tsao. It also houses a gourmet, organic, natural restaurant, Thought for Food, and a Children's Enhancement Center for kids ages 6 months to 3 years. Our facility is located on Jianguo Xi Lu in the heritage area of Shanghai, and is equipped with advanced air filtration which cleans up to 0.002 μm PM2.5. We also have running water reaching international quality standards. 

The Living Room by Octave / TsAO & McKOWN
The Living Room by Octave / TsAO & McKOWN

An adaptive reuse of a historical building in Shanghai China, The Living Room is built to create walkable, mixed-use alternatives to China’s rampant urbanization. The center is a hub for services including family therapy, art therapy, yoga, a health-oriented restaurant with food and beverage programs, and a small-scale urban farm. 

The interior was designed by noted New York architect and designer Calvin Tsao of TsAO & McKOWN. Shanghai-based architecture firm, Neri & Hu, designed the exterior of the building. 

From the venue: The Living Room by Octave is our flagship wellbeing center offering integrated and customized wellness programs delivered by a group of world-class practitioners. The exterior was designed by Neri & Hu and the interior was designed by noted architect and designer Calvin Tsao. It also houses a gourmet, organic, natural restaurant, Thought for Food, and a Children's Enhancement Center for kids ages 6 months to 3 years. Our facility is located on Jianguo Xi Lu in the heritage area of Shanghai, and is equipped with advanced air filtration which cleans up to 0.002 μm PM2.5. We also have running water reaching international quality standards. 

The Living Room by Octave / TsAO & McKOWN
The Living Room by Octave / TsAO & McKOWN

An adaptive reuse of a historical building in Shanghai China, The Living Room is built to create walkable, mixed-use alternatives to China’s rampant urbanization. The center is a hub for services including family therapy, art therapy, yoga, a health-oriented restaurant with food and beverage programs, and a small-scale urban farm. 

The interior was designed by noted New York architect and designer Calvin Tsao of TsAO & McKOWN. Shanghai-based architecture firm, Neri & Hu, designed the exterior of the building. 

From the venue: The Living Room by Octave is our flagship wellbeing center offering integrated and customized wellness programs delivered by a group of world-class practitioners. The exterior was designed by Neri & Hu and the interior was designed by noted architect and designer Calvin Tsao. It also houses a gourmet, organic, natural restaurant, Thought for Food, and a Children's Enhancement Center for kids ages 6 months to 3 years. Our facility is located on Jianguo Xi Lu in the heritage area of Shanghai, and is equipped with advanced air filtration which cleans up to 0.002 μm PM2.5. We also have running water reaching international quality standards. 

The Living Room by Octave / TsAO & McKOWN
The Living Room by Octave / TsAO & McKOWN

An adaptive reuse of a historical building in Shanghai China, The Living Room is built to create walkable, mixed-use alternatives to China’s rampant urbanization. The center is a hub for services including family therapy, art therapy, yoga, a health-oriented restaurant with food and beverage programs, and a small-scale urban farm. 

The interior was designed by noted New York architect and designer Calvin Tsao of TsAO & McKOWN. Shanghai-based architecture firm, Neri & Hu, designed the exterior of the building. 

From the venue: The Living Room by Octave is our flagship wellbeing center offering integrated and customized wellness programs delivered by a group of world-class practitioners. The exterior was designed by Neri & Hu and the interior was designed by noted architect and designer Calvin Tsao. It also houses a gourmet, organic, natural restaurant, Thought for Food, and a Children's Enhancement Center for kids ages 6 months to 3 years. Our facility is located on Jianguo Xi Lu in the heritage area of Shanghai, and is equipped with advanced air filtration which cleans up to 0.002 μm PM2.5. We also have running water reaching international quality standards. 

The Living Room by Octave / TsAO & McKOWN
The Living Room by Octave / TsAO & McKOWN

An adaptive reuse of a historical building in Shanghai China, The Living Room is built to create walkable, mixed-use alternatives to China’s rampant urbanization. The center is a hub for services including family therapy, art therapy, yoga, a health-oriented restaurant with food and beverage programs, and a small-scale urban farm. 

The interior was designed by noted New York architect and designer Calvin Tsao of TsAO & McKOWN. Shanghai-based architecture firm, Neri & Hu, designed the exterior of the building. 

From the venue: The Living Room by Octave is our flagship wellbeing center offering integrated and customized wellness programs delivered by a group of world-class practitioners. The exterior was designed by Neri & Hu and the interior was designed by noted architect and designer Calvin Tsao. It also houses a gourmet, organic, natural restaurant, Thought for Food, and a Children's Enhancement Center for kids ages 6 months to 3 years. Our facility is located on Jianguo Xi Lu in the heritage area of Shanghai, and is equipped with advanced air filtration which cleans up to 0.002 μm PM2.5. We also have running water reaching international quality standards. 

ZUCZUG / AIM Architecture
ZUCZUG / AIM Architecture

ZUCZUG/ is a fashion brand that pursues individualism and equality with its original and comfortable clothing.  

AIM Architecture upholds these values with the clean, simple, and elegant design of the brand's new store in IFC Mall, Shanghai. 

Natural wood patterns on custom-designed furniture compliment the simple clothing styles. White ceramic tiles provide a neat and unobtrusive backdrop. 

ZUCZUG / AIM Architecture
ZUCZUG / AIM Architecture

ZUCZUG/ is a fashion brand that pursues individualism and equality with its original and comfortable clothing.  

AIM Architecture upholds these values with the clean, simple, and elegant design of the brand's new store in IFC Mall, Shanghai. 

Natural wood patterns on custom-designed furniture compliment the simple clothing styles. White ceramic tiles provide a neat and unobtrusive backdrop.

The store is located in IFC Mall, Pudong, Shanghai. 

ZUCZUG / AIM Architecture
ZUCZUG / AIM Architecture

ZUCZUG/ is a fashion brand that pursues individualism and equality with its original and comfortable clothing.  

AIM Architecture upholds these values with the clean, simple, and elegant design of the brand's new store in IFC Mall, Shanghai. 

Natural wood patterns on custom-designed furniture compliment the simple clothing styles. White ceramic tiles provide a neat and unobtrusive backdrop.

The store is located in IFC Mall, Pudong, Shanghai. 

The Clinic / hcreates
The Clinic / hcreates

The first of its kind in Shanghai, The Clinic, is a wellness, and rehabilitation center focusing on each person's individual needs. The design from Hannah Churchill of hcreates aims to create an interior that overturns ones idea of the "sterile white walled" hospital environment.

Raw materials of concrete, rustic wood, textured glass and industrial lighting have been used to create a intimate boutique style to the common spaces and treatment rooms. The minimalistic and natural finishes give suggestion to a spa interior to instill a feeling of relaxation and healing.

The Clinic / hcreates
The Clinic / hcreates

The first of its kind in Shanghai, The Clinic, is a wellness, and rehabilitation center focusing on each person's individual needs. The design from Hannah Churchill of hcreates aims to create an interior that overturns ones idea of the "sterile white walled" hospital environment.

Raw materials of concrete, rustic wood, textured glass and industrial lighting have been used to create a intimate boutique style to the common spaces and treatment rooms. The minimalistic and natural finishes give suggestion to a spa interior to instill a feeling of relaxation and healing.

The Clinic / hcreates
The Clinic / hcreates

The first of its kind in Shanghai, The Clinic, is a wellness, and rehabilitation center focusing on each person's individual needs. The design from Hannah Churchill of hcreates aims to create an interior that overturns ones idea of the "sterile white walled" hospital environment.

Raw materials of concrete, rustic wood, textured glass and industrial lighting have been used to create a intimate boutique style to the common spaces and treatment rooms. The minimalistic and natural finishes give suggestion to a spa interior to instill a feeling of relaxation and healing.

The Clinic / hcreates
The Clinic / hcreates

The first of its kind in Shanghai, The Clinic, is a wellness, and rehabilitation center focusing on each person's individual needs. The design from Hannah Churchill of hcreates aims to create an interior that overturns ones idea of the "sterile white walled" hospital environment.

Raw materials of concrete, rustic wood, textured glass and industrial lighting have been used to create a intimate boutique style to the common spaces and treatment rooms. The minimalistic and natural finishes give suggestion to a spa interior to instill a feeling of relaxation and healing.

Coterie Store, IAPM Mall
Coterie Store, IAPM Mall

Coterie is a luxury eyewear boutique. Minimalist and airy, the store in the Shanghai IAPM Mall carries a range of brands with a focus beyond logo. To Coterie, luxury is about history, heritage, craftsmanship, design, materials and more. 

This store is located in the IAPM Mall in downtown Shanghai. 

Coterie Store, IAPM Mall
Coterie Store, IAPM Mall

Coterie is a luxury eyewear boutique. Minimalist and airy, the store in the Shanghai IAPM Mall carries a range of brands with a focus beyond logo. To Coterie, luxury is about history, heritage, craftsmanship, design, materials and more. 

This store is located in the IAPM Mall in downtown Shanghai. 

Coterie Store, IAPM Mall
Coterie Store, IAPM Mall

Coterie is a luxury eyewear boutique. Minimalist and airy, the store in the Shanghai IAPM Mall carries a range of brands with a focus beyond logo. To Coterie, luxury is about history, heritage, craftsmanship, design, materials and more. 

This store is located in the IAPM Mall in downtown Shanghai. 

Coterie Store, IAPM Mall
Coterie Store, IAPM Mall

Coterie is a luxury eyewear boutique. Minimalist and airy, the store in the Shanghai IAPM Mall carries a range of brands with a focus beyond logo. To Coterie, luxury is about history, heritage, craftsmanship, design, materials and more. 

This store is located in the IAPM Mall in downtown Shanghai. 

Y+ Yoga / Studio 1:1
Y+ Yoga / Studio 1:1

Designed by Studio 1:1, Y+ living yoga center Xintiandi branch is equipped with five yoga classrooms, including an aerial yoga classroom. The main studio has a capacity of 150 people. 

Floor-to-ceiling windows plus high windows on the roof allow plenty of natural light to come into the space, adding bright accents to the minimalist style. Simple and smooth curves are strong features of the design, exemplified in the reception area as well as the corridor.

Y+ Yoga / Studio 1:1
Y+ Yoga / Studio 1:1

Designed by Studio 1:1, Y+ living yoga center Xintiandi branch is equipped with five yoga classrooms, including an aerial yoga classroom. The main studio has a capacity of 150 people. 

Floor-to-ceiling windows plus high windows on the roof allow plenty of natural light to come into the space, adding bright accents to the minimalist style. Simple and smooth curves are strong features of the design, exemplified in the reception area as well as the corridor.

Y+ Yoga / Studio 1:1
Y+ Yoga / Studio 1:1

Designed by Studio 1:1, Y+ living yoga center Xintiandi branch is equipped with five yoga classrooms, including an aerial yoga classroom. The main studio has a capacity of 150 people. 

Floor-to-ceiling windows plus high windows on the roof allow plenty of natural light to come into the space, adding bright accents to the minimalist style. Simple and smooth curves are strong features of the design, exemplified in the reception area as well as the corridor.

Y+ Yoga / Studio 1:1
Y+ Yoga / Studio 1:1

Designed by Studio 1:1, Y+ living yoga center Xintiandi branch is equipped with five yoga classrooms, including an aerial yoga classroom. The main studio has a capacity of 150 people. 

Floor-to-ceiling windows plus high windows on the roof allow plenty of natural light to come into the space, adding bright accents to the minimalist style. Simple and smooth curves are strong features of the design, exemplified in the reception area as well as the corridor.

Y+ Yoga / Studio 1:1
Y+ Yoga / Studio 1:1

Designed by Studio 1:1, Y+ living yoga center Xintiandi branch is equipped with five yoga classrooms, including an aerial yoga classroom. The main studio has a capacity of 150 people. 

Floor-to-ceiling windows plus high windows on the roof allow plenty of natural light to come into the space, adding bright accents to the minimalist style. Simple and smooth curves are strong features of the design, exemplified in the reception area as well as the corridor.

Zoff / DRAFT
Zoff / DRAFT

Zoff's Xintiandi Branch was designed by Japanese firm DRAFT. The design inspiration came from a supermarket market. 

The mini "sea container" has the characteristic blue and wavy surface and is filled with "ice" to ensure freshness. 

Black boards with nostalgic typography hang above the cabinets, mimicing the hand-drawn chalkboards that were often seen in old-style markets.  

Large wooden boxes with black frames hold more "produce" in bamboo baskets and wooden trays. Bright colored wall decals in the shapes of bottles and cans give the appearance of supermarket shelves. 

Zoff / DRAFT
Zoff / DRAFT

Zoff's Xintiandi Branch was designed by Japanese firm DRAFT. The design inspiration came from a supermarket market. 

The mini "sea container" has the characteristic blue and wavy surface and is filled with "ice" to ensure freshness. 

Black boards with nostalgic typography hang above the cabinets, mimicing the hand-drawn chalkboards that were often seen in old-style markets.  

Large wooden boxes with black frames hold more "produce" in bamboo baskets and wooden trays. Bright colored wall decals in the shapes of bottles and cans give the appearance of supermarket shelves. 

Zoff / DRAFT
Zoff / DRAFT

Zoff's Xintiandi Branch was designed by Japanese firm DRAFT. The design inspiration came from a supermarket market. 

The mini "sea container" has the characteristic blue and wavy surface and is filled with "ice" to ensure freshness. 

Black boards with nostalgic typography hang above the cabinets, mimicing the hand-drawn chalkboards that were often seen in old-style markets.  

Large wooden boxes with black frames hold more "produce" in bamboo baskets and wooden trays. Bright colored wall decals in the shapes of bottles and cans give the appearance of supermarket shelves. 

House of Grace Chen / Kokaistudios
House of Grace Chen / Kokaistudios
House of Grace Chen / Kokaistudios
House of Grace Chen / Kokaistudios
House of Grace Chen / Kokaistudios
House of Grace Chen / Kokaistudios
House of Grace Chen / Kokaistudios
The Living Room by Octave / TsAO & McKOWN
The Living Room by Octave / TsAO & McKOWN
The Living Room by Octave / TsAO & McKOWN
The Living Room by Octave / TsAO & McKOWN
The Living Room by Octave / TsAO & McKOWN
The Living Room by Octave / TsAO & McKOWN
ZUCZUG / AIM Architecture
ZUCZUG / AIM Architecture
ZUCZUG / AIM Architecture
The Clinic / hcreates
The Clinic / hcreates
The Clinic / hcreates
The Clinic / hcreates
Coterie Store, IAPM Mall
Coterie Store, IAPM Mall
Coterie Store, IAPM Mall
Coterie Store, IAPM Mall
Y+ Yoga / Studio 1:1
Y+ Yoga / Studio 1:1
Y+ Yoga / Studio 1:1
Y+ Yoga / Studio 1:1
Y+ Yoga / Studio 1:1
Zoff / DRAFT
Zoff / DRAFT
Zoff / DRAFT
House of Grace Chen / Kokaistudios

Kokaistudios has completed the renovation of a historical villa, located in the heart of the city’s former French Concession. The villa was transformed into the home for a Shanghai-based Haute Couture brand, Grace Chen. The project encompasses the architectural renovation and interior design of the villa, as well as a new glass pavilion display and event space. 

Taking inspiration from Grace Chen’s beautiful and intricately crafted clothing, Kokaistudios developed a design strategy that is feminine and elegant, yet completes the classic design of the villa with a touch of modernity.

Kokaistudios embarked on an architectural restoration of the building that valorized the villa’s original features, including the French doors, the inlaid marble mosaic flooring on the upstairs terrace, as well as the beautiful facade brickwork. 

The entrance to the villa is marked by a large black and bronze weaved metal gate, the design of which was inspired by one of Grace Chen’s designs. It provides privacy, coupled with a strong sense of arrival. 

The villa overlooks a courtyard that was completely re-designed to meet the client's needs, functioning as an event space and an area for hosting small fashion shows.

The architect divided the villa into a series of areas, with a progression from the public areas on the ground floor to the most private areas on the third floor.

The ground floor hosts the main showroom and lounge area. The show-kitchen and dining area has direct access to the courtyard.

The fitting rooms and offices are located on the second floor. The architect settled on a palette of colors and a range of natural materials, together creating a comforting environment that acts as a supporting backdrop to the client's beautiful couture creations.

While much of the custom-made cabinetry and display mirrors were designed in a style to complement the historic nature of the villa, the architect chose to contrast them with features and finishes that were intentionally modern.

The interior space uses furniture and fixtures from noted domestic and international producers, such as pieces by Flos, and Murano glass lamps designed and produced in Italy by the family of Filippo Gabbiani, Chief Architect of the project.

The third floor is taken up by the intimate library as well as the VIP suite for out-of-town guests. Exposed bricks were finished in a simple dove grey paint, giving the space a more unfinished feeling.

This intimate and elegant space is an area for reflection and exchange, envisaged as a “salon” of old times.

House of Grace Chen / Kokaistudios

Kokaistudios has completed the renovation of a historical villa, located in the heart of the city’s former French Concession. The villa was transformed into the home for a Shanghai-based Haute Couture brand, Grace Chen. The project encompasses the architectural renovation and interior design of the villa, as well as a new glass pavilion display and event space. 

Taking inspiration from Grace Chen’s beautiful and intricately crafted clothing, Kokaistudios developed a design strategy that is feminine and elegant, yet completes the classic design of the villa with a touch of modernity.

Kokaistudios embarked on an architectural restoration of the building that valorized the villa’s original features, including the French doors, the inlaid marble mosaic flooring on the upstairs terrace, as well as the beautiful facade brickwork. 

The entrance to the villa is marked by a large black and bronze weaved metal gate, the design of which was inspired by one of Grace Chen’s designs. It provides privacy, coupled with a strong sense of arrival. 

The villa overlooks a courtyard that was completely re-designed to meet the client's needs, functioning as an event space and an area for hosting small fashion shows.

The architect divided the villa into a series of areas, with a progression from the public areas on the ground floor to the most private areas on the third floor.

The ground floor hosts the main showroom and lounge area. The show-kitchen and dining area has direct access to the courtyard.

The fitting rooms and offices are located on the second floor. The architect settled on a palette of colors and a range of natural materials, together creating a comforting environment that acts as a supporting backdrop to the client's beautiful couture creations.

While much of the custom-made cabinetry and display mirrors were designed in a style to complement the historic nature of the villa, the architect chose to contrast them with features and finishes that were intentionally modern.

The interior space uses furniture and fixtures from noted domestic and international producers, such as pieces by Flos, and Murano glass lamps designed and produced in Italy by the family of Filippo Gabbiani, Chief Architect of the project.

The third floor is taken up by the intimate library as well as the VIP suite for out-of-town guests. Exposed bricks were finished in a simple dove grey paint, giving the space a more unfinished feeling.

This intimate and elegant space is an area for reflection and exchange, envisaged as a “salon” of old times.

House of Grace Chen / Kokaistudios

Kokaistudios has completed the renovation of a historical villa, located in the heart of the city’s former French Concession. The villa was transformed into the home for a Shanghai-based Haute Couture brand, Grace Chen. The project encompasses the architectural renovation and interior design of the villa, as well as a new glass pavilion display and event space. 

Taking inspiration from Grace Chen’s beautiful and intricately crafted clothing, Kokaistudios developed a design strategy that is feminine and elegant, yet completes the classic design of the villa with a touch of modernity.

Kokaistudios embarked on an architectural restoration of the building that valorized the villa’s original features, including the French doors, the inlaid marble mosaic flooring on the upstairs terrace, as well as the beautiful facade brickwork. 

The entrance to the villa is marked by a large black and bronze weaved metal gate, the design of which was inspired by one of Grace Chen’s designs. It provides privacy, coupled with a strong sense of arrival. 

The villa overlooks a courtyard that was completely re-designed to meet the client's needs, functioning as an event space and an area for hosting small fashion shows.

The architect divided the villa into a series of areas, with a progression from the public areas on the ground floor to the most private areas on the third floor.

The ground floor hosts the main showroom and lounge area. The show-kitchen and dining area has direct access to the courtyard.

The fitting rooms and offices are located on the second floor. The architect settled on a palette of colors and a range of natural materials, together creating a comforting environment that acts as a supporting backdrop to the client's beautiful couture creations.

While much of the custom-made cabinetry and display mirrors were designed in a style to complement the historic nature of the villa, the architect chose to contrast them with features and finishes that were intentionally modern.

The interior space uses furniture and fixtures from noted domestic and international producers, such as pieces by Flos, and Murano glass lamps designed and produced in Italy by the family of Filippo Gabbiani, Chief Architect of the project.

The third floor is taken up by the intimate library as well as the VIP suite for out-of-town guests. Exposed bricks were finished in a simple dove grey paint, giving the space a more unfinished feeling.

This intimate and elegant space is an area for reflection and exchange, envisaged as a “salon” of old times.

House of Grace Chen / Kokaistudios

Kokaistudios has completed the renovation of a historical villa, located in the heart of the city’s former French Concession. The villa was transformed into the home for a Shanghai-based Haute Couture brand, Grace Chen. The project encompasses the architectural renovation and interior design of the villa, as well as a new glass pavilion display and event space. 

Taking inspiration from Grace Chen’s beautiful and intricately crafted clothing, Kokaistudios developed a design strategy that is feminine and elegant, yet completes the classic design of the villa with a touch of modernity.

Kokaistudios embarked on an architectural restoration of the building that valorized the villa’s original features, including the French doors, the inlaid marble mosaic flooring on the upstairs terrace, as well as the beautiful facade brickwork. 

The entrance to the villa is marked by a large black and bronze weaved metal gate, the design of which was inspired by one of Grace Chen’s designs. It provides privacy, coupled with a strong sense of arrival. 

The villa overlooks a courtyard that was completely re-designed to meet the client's needs, functioning as an event space and an area for hosting small fashion shows.

The architect divided the villa into a series of areas, with a progression from the public areas on the ground floor to the most private areas on the third floor.

The ground floor hosts the main showroom and lounge area. The show-kitchen and dining area has direct access to the courtyard.

The fitting rooms and offices are located on the second floor. The architect settled on a palette of colors and a range of natural materials, together creating a comforting environment that acts as a supporting backdrop to the client's beautiful couture creations.

While much of the custom-made cabinetry and display mirrors were designed in a style to complement the historic nature of the villa, the architect chose to contrast them with features and finishes that were intentionally modern.

The interior space uses furniture and fixtures from noted domestic and international producers, such as pieces by Flos, and Murano glass lamps designed and produced in Italy by the family of Filippo Gabbiani, Chief Architect of the project.

The third floor is taken up by the intimate library as well as the VIP suite for out-of-town guests. Exposed bricks were finished in a simple dove grey paint, giving the space a more unfinished feeling.

This intimate and elegant space is an area for reflection and exchange, envisaged as a “salon” of old times.

House of Grace Chen / Kokaistudios

Kokaistudios has completed the renovation of a historical villa, located in the heart of the city’s former French Concession. The villa was transformed into the home for a Shanghai-based Haute Couture brand, Grace Chen. The project encompasses the architectural renovation and interior design of the villa, as well as a new glass pavilion display and event space. 

Taking inspiration from Grace Chen’s beautiful and intricately crafted clothing, Kokaistudios developed a design strategy that is feminine and elegant, yet completes the classic design of the villa with a touch of modernity.

Kokaistudios embarked on an architectural restoration of the building that valorized the villa’s original features, including the French doors, the inlaid marble mosaic flooring on the upstairs terrace, as well as the beautiful facade brickwork. 

The entrance to the villa is marked by a large black and bronze weaved metal gate, the design of which was inspired by one of Grace Chen’s designs. It provides privacy, coupled with a strong sense of arrival. 

The villa overlooks a courtyard that was completely re-designed to meet the client's needs, functioning as an event space and an area for hosting small fashion shows.

The architect divided the villa into a series of areas, with a progression from the public areas on the ground floor to the most private areas on the third floor.

The ground floor hosts the main showroom and lounge area. The show-kitchen and dining area has direct access to the courtyard.

The fitting rooms and offices are located on the second floor. The architect settled on a palette of colors and a range of natural materials, together creating a comforting environment that acts as a supporting backdrop to the client's beautiful couture creations.

While much of the custom-made cabinetry and display mirrors were designed in a style to complement the historic nature of the villa, the architect chose to contrast them with features and finishes that were intentionally modern.

The interior space uses furniture and fixtures from noted domestic and international producers, such as pieces by Flos, and Murano glass lamps designed and produced in Italy by the family of Filippo Gabbiani, Chief Architect of the project.

The third floor is taken up by the intimate library as well as the VIP suite for out-of-town guests. Exposed bricks were finished in a simple dove grey paint, giving the space a more unfinished feeling.

This intimate and elegant space is an area for reflection and exchange, envisaged as a “salon” of old times.

House of Grace Chen / Kokaistudios

Kokaistudios has completed the renovation of a historical villa, located in the heart of the city’s former French Concession. The villa was transformed into the home for a Shanghai-based Haute Couture brand, Grace Chen. The project encompasses the architectural renovation and interior design of the villa, as well as a new glass pavilion display and event space. 

Taking inspiration from Grace Chen’s beautiful and intricately crafted clothing, Kokaistudios developed a design strategy that is feminine and elegant, yet completes the classic design of the villa with a touch of modernity.

Kokaistudios embarked on an architectural restoration of the building that valorized the villa’s original features, including the French doors, the inlaid marble mosaic flooring on the upstairs terrace, as well as the beautiful facade brickwork. 

The entrance to the villa is marked by a large black and bronze weaved metal gate, the design of which was inspired by one of Grace Chen’s designs. It provides privacy, coupled with a strong sense of arrival. 

The villa overlooks a courtyard that was completely re-designed to meet the client's needs, functioning as an event space and an area for hosting small fashion shows.

The architect divided the villa into a series of areas, with a progression from the public areas on the ground floor to the most private areas on the third floor.

The ground floor hosts the main showroom and lounge area. The show-kitchen and dining area has direct access to the courtyard.

The fitting rooms and offices are located on the second floor. The architect settled on a palette of colors and a range of natural materials, together creating a comforting environment that acts as a supporting backdrop to the client's beautiful couture creations.

While much of the custom-made cabinetry and display mirrors were designed in a style to complement the historic nature of the villa, the architect chose to contrast them with features and finishes that were intentionally modern.

The interior space uses furniture and fixtures from noted domestic and international producers, such as pieces by Flos, and Murano glass lamps designed and produced in Italy by the family of Filippo Gabbiani, Chief Architect of the project.

The third floor is taken up by the intimate library as well as the VIP suite for out-of-town guests. Exposed bricks were finished in a simple dove grey paint, giving the space a more unfinished feeling.

This intimate and elegant space is an area for reflection and exchange, envisaged as a “salon” of old times.

House of Grace Chen / Kokaistudios

Kokaistudios has completed the renovation of a historical villa, located in the heart of the city’s former French Concession. The villa was transformed into the home for a Shanghai-based Haute Couture brand, Grace Chen. The project encompasses the architectural renovation and interior design of the villa, as well as a new glass pavilion display and event space. 

Taking inspiration from Grace Chen’s beautiful and intricately crafted clothing, Kokaistudios developed a design strategy that is feminine and elegant, yet completes the classic design of the villa with a touch of modernity.

Kokaistudios embarked on an architectural restoration of the building that valorized the villa’s original features, including the French doors, the inlaid marble mosaic flooring on the upstairs terrace, as well as the beautiful facade brickwork. 

The entrance to the villa is marked by a large black and bronze weaved metal gate, the design of which was inspired by one of Grace Chen’s designs. It provides privacy, coupled with a strong sense of arrival. 

The villa overlooks a courtyard that was completely re-designed to meet the client's needs, functioning as an event space and an area for hosting small fashion shows.

The architect divided the villa into a series of areas, with a progression from the public areas on the ground floor to the most private areas on the third floor.

The ground floor hosts the main showroom and lounge area. The show-kitchen and dining area has direct access to the courtyard.

The fitting rooms and offices are located on the second floor. The architect settled on a palette of colors and a range of natural materials, together creating a comforting environment that acts as a supporting backdrop to the client's beautiful couture creations.

While much of the custom-made cabinetry and display mirrors were designed in a style to complement the historic nature of the villa, the architect chose to contrast them with features and finishes that were intentionally modern.

The interior space uses furniture and fixtures from noted domestic and international producers, such as pieces by Flos, and Murano glass lamps designed and produced in Italy by the family of Filippo Gabbiani, Chief Architect of the project.

The third floor is taken up by the intimate library as well as the VIP suite for out-of-town guests. Exposed bricks were finished in a simple dove grey paint, giving the space a more unfinished feeling.

This intimate and elegant space is an area for reflection and exchange, envisaged as a “salon” of old times.

The Living Room by Octave / TsAO & McKOWN

An adaptive reuse of a historical building in Shanghai China, The Living Room is built to create walkable, mixed-use alternatives to China’s rampant urbanization. The center is a hub for services including family therapy, art therapy, yoga, a health-oriented restaurant with food and beverage programs, and a small-scale urban farm. 

The interior was designed by noted New York architect and designer Calvin Tsao of Tsao & Mckown. Shanghai-based architecture firm, Neri & Hu, designed the exterior of the building. 

The Living Room by Octave / TsAO & McKOWN

An adaptive reuse of a historical building in Shanghai China, The Living Room is built to create walkable, mixed-use alternatives to China’s rampant urbanization. The center is a hub for services including family therapy, art therapy, yoga, a health-oriented restaurant with food and beverage programs, and a small-scale urban farm. 

The interior was designed by noted New York architect and designer Calvin Tsao of TsAO & McKOWN. Shanghai-based architecture firm, Neri & Hu, designed the exterior of the building. 

From the venue: The Living Room by Octave is our flagship wellbeing center offering integrated and customized wellness programs delivered by a group of world-class practitioners. The exterior was designed by Neri & Hu and the interior was designed by noted architect and designer Calvin Tsao. It also houses a gourmet, organic, natural restaurant, Thought for Food, and a Children's Enhancement Center for kids ages 6 months to 3 years. Our facility is located on Jianguo Xi Lu in the heritage area of Shanghai, and is equipped with advanced air filtration which cleans up to 0.002 μm PM2.5. We also have running water reaching international quality standards. 

The Living Room by Octave / TsAO & McKOWN

An adaptive reuse of a historical building in Shanghai China, The Living Room is built to create walkable, mixed-use alternatives to China’s rampant urbanization. The center is a hub for services including family therapy, art therapy, yoga, a health-oriented restaurant with food and beverage programs, and a small-scale urban farm. 

The interior was designed by noted New York architect and designer Calvin Tsao of TsAO & McKOWN. Shanghai-based architecture firm, Neri & Hu, designed the exterior of the building. 

From the venue: The Living Room by Octave is our flagship wellbeing center offering integrated and customized wellness programs delivered by a group of world-class practitioners. The exterior was designed by Neri & Hu and the interior was designed by noted architect and designer Calvin Tsao. It also houses a gourmet, organic, natural restaurant, Thought for Food, and a Children's Enhancement Center for kids ages 6 months to 3 years. Our facility is located on Jianguo Xi Lu in the heritage area of Shanghai, and is equipped with advanced air filtration which cleans up to 0.002 μm PM2.5. We also have running water reaching international quality standards. 

The Living Room by Octave / TsAO & McKOWN

An adaptive reuse of a historical building in Shanghai China, The Living Room is built to create walkable, mixed-use alternatives to China’s rampant urbanization. The center is a hub for services including family therapy, art therapy, yoga, a health-oriented restaurant with food and beverage programs, and a small-scale urban farm. 

The interior was designed by noted New York architect and designer Calvin Tsao of TsAO & McKOWN. Shanghai-based architecture firm, Neri & Hu, designed the exterior of the building. 

From the venue: The Living Room by Octave is our flagship wellbeing center offering integrated and customized wellness programs delivered by a group of world-class practitioners. The exterior was designed by Neri & Hu and the interior was designed by noted architect and designer Calvin Tsao. It also houses a gourmet, organic, natural restaurant, Thought for Food, and a Children's Enhancement Center for kids ages 6 months to 3 years. Our facility is located on Jianguo Xi Lu in the heritage area of Shanghai, and is equipped with advanced air filtration which cleans up to 0.002 μm PM2.5. We also have running water reaching international quality standards. 

The Living Room by Octave / TsAO & McKOWN

An adaptive reuse of a historical building in Shanghai China, The Living Room is built to create walkable, mixed-use alternatives to China’s rampant urbanization. The center is a hub for services including family therapy, art therapy, yoga, a health-oriented restaurant with food and beverage programs, and a small-scale urban farm. 

The interior was designed by noted New York architect and designer Calvin Tsao of TsAO & McKOWN. Shanghai-based architecture firm, Neri & Hu, designed the exterior of the building. 

From the venue: The Living Room by Octave is our flagship wellbeing center offering integrated and customized wellness programs delivered by a group of world-class practitioners. The exterior was designed by Neri & Hu and the interior was designed by noted architect and designer Calvin Tsao. It also houses a gourmet, organic, natural restaurant, Thought for Food, and a Children's Enhancement Center for kids ages 6 months to 3 years. Our facility is located on Jianguo Xi Lu in the heritage area of Shanghai, and is equipped with advanced air filtration which cleans up to 0.002 μm PM2.5. We also have running water reaching international quality standards. 

The Living Room by Octave / TsAO & McKOWN

An adaptive reuse of a historical building in Shanghai China, The Living Room is built to create walkable, mixed-use alternatives to China’s rampant urbanization. The center is a hub for services including family therapy, art therapy, yoga, a health-oriented restaurant with food and beverage programs, and a small-scale urban farm. 

The interior was designed by noted New York architect and designer Calvin Tsao of TsAO & McKOWN. Shanghai-based architecture firm, Neri & Hu, designed the exterior of the building. 

From the venue: The Living Room by Octave is our flagship wellbeing center offering integrated and customized wellness programs delivered by a group of world-class practitioners. The exterior was designed by Neri & Hu and the interior was designed by noted architect and designer Calvin Tsao. It also houses a gourmet, organic, natural restaurant, Thought for Food, and a Children's Enhancement Center for kids ages 6 months to 3 years. Our facility is located on Jianguo Xi Lu in the heritage area of Shanghai, and is equipped with advanced air filtration which cleans up to 0.002 μm PM2.5. We also have running water reaching international quality standards. 

ZUCZUG / AIM Architecture

ZUCZUG/ is a fashion brand that pursues individualism and equality with its original and comfortable clothing.  

AIM Architecture upholds these values with the clean, simple, and elegant design of the brand's new store in IFC Mall, Shanghai. 

Natural wood patterns on custom-designed furniture compliment the simple clothing styles. White ceramic tiles provide a neat and unobtrusive backdrop. 

ZUCZUG / AIM Architecture

ZUCZUG/ is a fashion brand that pursues individualism and equality with its original and comfortable clothing.  

AIM Architecture upholds these values with the clean, simple, and elegant design of the brand's new store in IFC Mall, Shanghai. 

Natural wood patterns on custom-designed furniture compliment the simple clothing styles. White ceramic tiles provide a neat and unobtrusive backdrop.

The store is located in IFC Mall, Pudong, Shanghai. 

ZUCZUG / AIM Architecture

ZUCZUG/ is a fashion brand that pursues individualism and equality with its original and comfortable clothing.  

AIM Architecture upholds these values with the clean, simple, and elegant design of the brand's new store in IFC Mall, Shanghai. 

Natural wood patterns on custom-designed furniture compliment the simple clothing styles. White ceramic tiles provide a neat and unobtrusive backdrop.

The store is located in IFC Mall, Pudong, Shanghai. 

The Clinic / hcreates

The first of its kind in Shanghai, The Clinic, is a wellness, and rehabilitation center focusing on each person's individual needs. The design from Hannah Churchill of hcreates aims to create an interior that overturns ones idea of the "sterile white walled" hospital environment.

Raw materials of concrete, rustic wood, textured glass and industrial lighting have been used to create a intimate boutique style to the common spaces and treatment rooms. The minimalistic and natural finishes give suggestion to a spa interior to instill a feeling of relaxation and healing.

The Clinic / hcreates

The first of its kind in Shanghai, The Clinic, is a wellness, and rehabilitation center focusing on each person's individual needs. The design from Hannah Churchill of hcreates aims to create an interior that overturns ones idea of the "sterile white walled" hospital environment.

Raw materials of concrete, rustic wood, textured glass and industrial lighting have been used to create a intimate boutique style to the common spaces and treatment rooms. The minimalistic and natural finishes give suggestion to a spa interior to instill a feeling of relaxation and healing.

The Clinic / hcreates

The first of its kind in Shanghai, The Clinic, is a wellness, and rehabilitation center focusing on each person's individual needs. The design from Hannah Churchill of hcreates aims to create an interior that overturns ones idea of the "sterile white walled" hospital environment.

Raw materials of concrete, rustic wood, textured glass and industrial lighting have been used to create a intimate boutique style to the common spaces and treatment rooms. The minimalistic and natural finishes give suggestion to a spa interior to instill a feeling of relaxation and healing.

The Clinic / hcreates

The first of its kind in Shanghai, The Clinic, is a wellness, and rehabilitation center focusing on each person's individual needs. The design from Hannah Churchill of hcreates aims to create an interior that overturns ones idea of the "sterile white walled" hospital environment.

Raw materials of concrete, rustic wood, textured glass and industrial lighting have been used to create a intimate boutique style to the common spaces and treatment rooms. The minimalistic and natural finishes give suggestion to a spa interior to instill a feeling of relaxation and healing.

Coterie Store, IAPM Mall

Coterie is a luxury eyewear boutique. Minimalist and airy, the store in the Shanghai IAPM Mall carries a range of brands with a focus beyond logo. To Coterie, luxury is about history, heritage, craftsmanship, design, materials and more. 

This store is located in the IAPM Mall in downtown Shanghai. 

Coterie Store, IAPM Mall

Coterie is a luxury eyewear boutique. Minimalist and airy, the store in the Shanghai IAPM Mall carries a range of brands with a focus beyond logo. To Coterie, luxury is about history, heritage, craftsmanship, design, materials and more. 

This store is located in the IAPM Mall in downtown Shanghai. 

Coterie Store, IAPM Mall

Coterie is a luxury eyewear boutique. Minimalist and airy, the store in the Shanghai IAPM Mall carries a range of brands with a focus beyond logo. To Coterie, luxury is about history, heritage, craftsmanship, design, materials and more. 

This store is located in the IAPM Mall in downtown Shanghai. 

Coterie Store, IAPM Mall

Coterie is a luxury eyewear boutique. Minimalist and airy, the store in the Shanghai IAPM Mall carries a range of brands with a focus beyond logo. To Coterie, luxury is about history, heritage, craftsmanship, design, materials and more. 

This store is located in the IAPM Mall in downtown Shanghai. 

Y+ Yoga / Studio 1:1

Designed by Studio 1:1, Y+ living yoga center Xintiandi branch is equipped with five yoga classrooms, including an aerial yoga classroom. The main studio has a capacity of 150 people. 

Floor-to-ceiling windows plus high windows on the roof allow plenty of natural light to come into the space, adding bright accents to the minimalist style. Simple and smooth curves are strong features of the design, exemplified in the reception area as well as the corridor.

Y+ Yoga / Studio 1:1

Designed by Studio 1:1, Y+ living yoga center Xintiandi branch is equipped with five yoga classrooms, including an aerial yoga classroom. The main studio has a capacity of 150 people. 

Floor-to-ceiling windows plus high windows on the roof allow plenty of natural light to come into the space, adding bright accents to the minimalist style. Simple and smooth curves are strong features of the design, exemplified in the reception area as well as the corridor.

Y+ Yoga / Studio 1:1

Designed by Studio 1:1, Y+ living yoga center Xintiandi branch is equipped with five yoga classrooms, including an aerial yoga classroom. The main studio has a capacity of 150 people. 

Floor-to-ceiling windows plus high windows on the roof allow plenty of natural light to come into the space, adding bright accents to the minimalist style. Simple and smooth curves are strong features of the design, exemplified in the reception area as well as the corridor.

Y+ Yoga / Studio 1:1

Designed by Studio 1:1, Y+ living yoga center Xintiandi branch is equipped with five yoga classrooms, including an aerial yoga classroom. The main studio has a capacity of 150 people. 

Floor-to-ceiling windows plus high windows on the roof allow plenty of natural light to come into the space, adding bright accents to the minimalist style. Simple and smooth curves are strong features of the design, exemplified in the reception area as well as the corridor.

Y+ Yoga / Studio 1:1

Designed by Studio 1:1, Y+ living yoga center Xintiandi branch is equipped with five yoga classrooms, including an aerial yoga classroom. The main studio has a capacity of 150 people. 

Floor-to-ceiling windows plus high windows on the roof allow plenty of natural light to come into the space, adding bright accents to the minimalist style. Simple and smooth curves are strong features of the design, exemplified in the reception area as well as the corridor.

Zoff / DRAFT

Zoff's Xintiandi Branch was designed by Japanese firm DRAFT. The design inspiration came from a supermarket market. 

The mini "sea container" has the characteristic blue and wavy surface and is filled with "ice" to ensure freshness. 

Black boards with nostalgic typography hang above the cabinets, mimicing the hand-drawn chalkboards that were often seen in old-style markets.  

Large wooden boxes with black frames hold more "produce" in bamboo baskets and wooden trays. Bright colored wall decals in the shapes of bottles and cans give the appearance of supermarket shelves. 

Zoff / DRAFT

Zoff's Xintiandi Branch was designed by Japanese firm DRAFT. The design inspiration came from a supermarket market. 

The mini "sea container" has the characteristic blue and wavy surface and is filled with "ice" to ensure freshness. 

Black boards with nostalgic typography hang above the cabinets, mimicing the hand-drawn chalkboards that were often seen in old-style markets.  

Large wooden boxes with black frames hold more "produce" in bamboo baskets and wooden trays. Bright colored wall decals in the shapes of bottles and cans give the appearance of supermarket shelves. 

Zoff / DRAFT

Zoff's Xintiandi Branch was designed by Japanese firm DRAFT. The design inspiration came from a supermarket market. 

The mini "sea container" has the characteristic blue and wavy surface and is filled with "ice" to ensure freshness. 

Black boards with nostalgic typography hang above the cabinets, mimicing the hand-drawn chalkboards that were often seen in old-style markets.  

Large wooden boxes with black frames hold more "produce" in bamboo baskets and wooden trays. Bright colored wall decals in the shapes of bottles and cans give the appearance of supermarket shelves. 

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