Google Beijing Office
Google Beijing Office

After ten years in the previous office, Google Beijing moved to a new location in Zhongguangcun, China's Silicon Valley. On the very first day of business, Googlers were thrilled with the new space and eager to test out the new facilities. On top of standard office facilities, the office also has a Google Museum, a game room, a colored glass stairwell that goes up a few floors, and many more exciting features. 

Google Beijing Office
Google Beijing Office

After ten years in the previous office, Google Beijing moved to a new location in Zhongguangcun, China's Silicon Valley. On the very first day of business, Googlers were thrilled with the new space and eager to test out the new facilities. On top of standard office facilities, the office also has a Google Museum, a game room, a colored glass stairwell that goes up a few floors, and many more exciting features. 

Google Beijing Office
Google Beijing Office

After ten years in the previous office, Google Beijing moved to a new location in Zhongguangcun, China's Silicon Valley. On the very first day of business, Googlers were thrilled with the new space and eager to test out the new facilities. On top of standard office facilities, the office also has a Google Museum, a game room, a colored glass stairwell that goes up a few floors, and many more exciting features. 

Google Beijing Office
Google Beijing Office

After ten years in the previous office, Google Beijing moved to a new location in Zhongguangcun, China's Silicon Valley. On the very first day of business, Googlers were thrilled with the new space and eager to test out the new facilities. On top of standard office facilities, the office also has a Google Museum, a game room, a colored glass stairwell that goes up a few floors, and many more exciting features. 

Google Beijing Office
Google Beijing Office

After ten years in the previous office, Google Beijing moved to a new location in Zhongguangcun, China's Silicon Valley. On the very first day of business, Googlers were thrilled with the new space and eager to test out the new facilities. On top of standard office facilities, the office also has a Google Museum, a game room, a colored glass stairwell that goes up a few floors, and many more exciting features. 

Google Beijing Office
Google Beijing Office
Google Beijing Office
Google Beijing Office

After ten years in the previous office, Google Beijing moved to a new location in Zhongguangcun, China's Silicon Valley. On the very first day of business, Googlers were thrilled with the new space and eager to test out the new facilities. On top of standard office facilities, the office also has a Google Museum, a game room, a colored glass stairwell that goes up a few floors, and many more exciting features. 

Abbott Customer Experience Center / M Moser
Abbott Customer Experience Center / M Moser

Abbott Customer Experience Center (CEC) in Shanghai, designed by M Moser Associates, a global architecture and interior design firm who pioneered the integrated approach to deliver effective workplaces.

Abbott Customer Experience Center / M Moser
Abbott Customer Experience Center / M Moser

Abbott Customer Experience Center (CEC) in Shanghai, designed by M Moser Associates, a global architecture and interior design firm who pioneered the integrated approach to deliver effective workplaces.

Abbott Customer Experience Center / M Moser
Abbott Customer Experience Center / M Moser

Abbott Customer Experience Center (CEC) in Shanghai, designed by M Moser Associates, a global architecture and interior design firm who pioneered the integrated approach to deliver effective workplaces.

Abbott Customer Experience Center / M Moser
Abbott Customer Experience Center / M Moser

Abbott Customer Experience Center (CEC) in Shanghai, designed by M Moser Associates, a global architecture and interior design firm who pioneered the integrated approach to deliver effective workplaces.

Abbott Customer Experience Center / M Moser
Abbott Customer Experience Center / M Moser

Abbott Customer Experience Center (CEC) in Shanghai, designed by M Moser Associates, a global architecture and interior design firm who pioneered the integrated approach to deliver effective workplaces.

WeWork Weihai Road, Shanghai
WeWork Weihai Road, Shanghai

Headquartered in New-York with 50 office locations around the world, WeWork has now transformed Shanghai buildings into exciting shared workspaces.
As the flagship location for China, WeWork Weihai Road resides in a historical building originally designed by British firm Spence Robinson & Partners in the 1930s. The designer took inspiration from "The Grand Budapest Hotel" and added pink, blue and green into the original structure, combining lively modern design into the historical architecture.
The historic building has now transformed into a modern workspace, attracting aspiring entrepreneurs, designers and emerging businesses large and small.

WeWork Weihai Road, Shanghai
WeWork Weihai Road, Shanghai

Headquartered in New-York with 50 office locations around the world, WeWork has now transformed Shanghai buildings into exciting shared workspaces.
As the flagship location for China, WeWork Weihai Road resides in a historical building originally designed by British firm Spence Robinson & Partners in the 1930s. The designer took inspiration from "The Grand Budapest Hotel" and added pink, blue and green into the original structure, combining lively modern design into the historical architecture.
The historic building has now transformed into a modern workspace, attracting aspiring entrepreneurs, designers and emerging businesses large and small.

WeWork Weihai Road, Shanghai
WeWork Weihai Road, Shanghai

Headquartered in New-York with 50 office locations around the world, WeWork has now transformed Shanghai buildings into exciting shared workspaces.
As the flagship location for China, WeWork Weihai Road resides in a historical building originally designed by British firm Spence Robinson & Partners in the 1930s. The designer took inspiration from "The Grand Budapest Hotel" and added pink, blue and green into the original structure, combining lively modern design into the historical architecture.
The historic building has now transformed into a modern workspace, attracting aspiring entrepreneurs, designers and emerging businesses large and small.

WeWork Weihai Road, Shanghai
WeWork Weihai Road, Shanghai

Headquartered in New-York with 50 office locations around the world, WeWork has now transformed Shanghai buildings into exciting shared workspaces.
As the flagship location for China, WeWork Weihai Road resides in a historical building originally designed by British firm Spence Robinson & Partners in the 1930s. The designer took inspiration from "The Grand Budapest Hotel" and added pink, blue and green into the original structure, combining lively modern design into the historical architecture.
The historic building has now transformed into a modern workspace, attracting aspiring entrepreneurs, designers and emerging businesses large and small.

WeWork Wangjing, Beijing
WeWork Wangjing, Beijing

Located in one of Beijing's fastest growing commercial centers, WeWork Wangjing makes room for the next generation of growing businesses in China. Occupying five floors of the Sony building, WeWork Wangjing offers our members a beautiful workspace fitted with a contemporary exterior and smartly designed interiors. The Wangjing area of Beijing is home to both exciting tech startups and multinational companies. Members at WeWork Wangjing will benefit from the location’s proximity to the famous 798 Art District, which is home to Beijing’s main concentration of contemporary art galleries. Join us at WeWork Wangjing and meet Beijing’s most forward thinking companies.

WeWork East Yan'an Road, Shanghai
WeWork East Yan'an Road, Shanghai

Headquartered in New-York with 50 office locations around the world, WeWork has now transformed Shanghai buildings into exciting shared workspaces.
WeWork East Yanan Road brings modern Shanghai office space to People's Square. Adjacent to a neighborhood filled with northwestern food restaurants, the space was influenced by the Silk Road in its design.
A hand-painted mural inspired by the ornate patterns and vibrant colors of silk road can be seen in the lounge area.

WeWork East Yan'an Road, Shanghai
WeWork East Yan'an Road, Shanghai

Headquartered in New-York with 50 office locations around the world, WeWork has now transformed Shanghai buildings into exciting shared workspaces.
WeWork East Yanan Road brings modern Shanghai office space to People's Square. Adjacent to a neighborhood filled with northwestern food restaurants, the space was influenced by the Silk Road in its design.
A hand-painted mural inspired by the ornate patterns and vibrant colors of silk road can be seen in the lounge area. 

Standard Chartered Bank / Powered by We
Standard Chartered Bank / Powered by We

In just three months, WeWork transformed the ninth floor of the Standard Chartered Tower in Hong Kong into a space that inspires creativity and collaboration.

For SC Ventures to be an agent of change within the company, they needed a bright, modern space that would inspire innovation and creativity, foster collaboration, and increase team efficiency—as soon as possible.

Standard Chartered partnered with WeWork to transform that floor, via the Powered by We process, into an innovation hub and collaborative workspace dubbed the “eXellerator Lab.”

The eXellerator Lab includes flexible classrooms, different types of meeting rooms, and even a large lounge to accommodate a wide range of events and day-to-day workshops. The design incorporates Standard Chartered’s brand colors, as well as nods to local Hong Kong culture.

Standard Chartered has taken full advantage of the new space, hosting events and working cross-functionally to develop new products. From revamping their call centers to developing a web chatbot and relaunching their mobile app, the eXellerator Lab is already generating returns for Standard Chartered.

SOM Shanghai Office
SOM Shanghai Office

Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP (SOM) is one of the largest and most influential architecture, interior design, engineering, and urban planning firms in the world. Founded in 1936, we have completed more than 10,000 projects in over 50 countries. We are renowned for our iconic buildings and our commitment to design excellence, innovation, and sustainability.

Their office in Shanghai is located in one of the two IAPM office towers in the center of Shanghai and enjoys spectacular views of the city.

Kokaistudios Office
Kokaistudios Office

Kokaistudios is an award winning architecture and interior design firm founded in 2000 in Venice by Italian architects Filippo Gabbiani & Andrea Destefanis.
Headquartered in Shanghai since 2002, they have grown into multi-cultural firm of 60 people working on a global scale with projects in Asia, the Middle East, Europe and North America. Kokaistudios partners with their clients to collaboratively develop innovative & ground breaking projects in diverse fields of design.
Primarily focused on developing cultural, corporate, commercial, hospitality & retail projects, the firm has also worked extensively on urban regeneration projects involving the requalification of heritage locations.
Kokaistudios aims to develop projects that add positively to the built environment and social fabric of the cities and countries in which they are located.

Kokaistudios Office
Kokaistudios Office

Kokaistudios is an award winning architecture and interior design firm founded in 2000 in Venice by Italian architects Filippo Gabbiani & Andrea Destefanis.
Headquartered in Shanghai since 2002, they have grown into multi-cultural firm of 60 people working on a global scale with projects in Asia, the Middle East, Europe and North America. Kokaistudios partners with their clients to collaboratively develop innovative & ground breaking projects in diverse fields of design.
Primarily focused on developing cultural, corporate, commercial, hospitality & retail projects, the firm has also worked extensively on urban regeneration projects involving the requalification of heritage locations.
Kokaistudios aims to develop projects that add positively to the built environment and social fabric of the cities and countries in which they are located.

Kokaistudios Office
Kokaistudios Office

Kokaistudios is an award winning architecture and interior design firm founded in 2000 in Venice by Italian architects Filippo Gabbiani & Andrea Destefanis.
Headquartered in Shanghai since 2002, they have grown into multi-cultural firm of 60 people working on a global scale with projects in Asia, the Middle East, Europe and North America. Kokaistudios partners with their clients to collaboratively develop innovative & ground breaking projects in diverse fields of design.
Primarily focused on developing cultural, corporate, commercial, hospitality & retail projects, the firm has also worked extensively on urban regeneration projects involving the requalification of heritage locations.
Kokaistudios aims to develop projects that add positively to the built environment and social fabric of the cities and countries in which they are located.

Kokaistudios Office
Kokaistudios Office

Kokaistudios is an award winning architecture and interior design firm founded in 2000 in Venice by Italian architects Filippo Gabbiani & Andrea Destefanis.
Headquartered in Shanghai since 2002, they have grown into multi-cultural firm of 60 people working on a global scale with projects in Asia, the Middle East, Europe and North America. Kokaistudios partners with their clients to collaboratively develop innovative & ground breaking projects in diverse fields of design.
Primarily focused on developing cultural, corporate, commercial, hospitality & retail projects, the firm has also worked extensively on urban regeneration projects involving the requalification of heritage locations.
Kokaistudios aims to develop projects that add positively to the built environment and social fabric of the cities and countries in which they are located.

Kokaistudios Office
Kokaistudios Office

Kokaistudios is an award winning architecture and interior design firm founded in 2000 in Venice by Italian architects Filippo Gabbiani & Andrea Destefanis.
Headquartered in Shanghai since 2002, they have grown into multi-cultural firm of 60 people working on a global scale with projects in Asia, the Middle East, Europe and North America. Kokaistudios partners with their clients to collaboratively develop innovative & ground breaking projects in diverse fields of design.
Primarily focused on developing cultural, corporate, commercial, hospitality & retail projects, the firm has also worked extensively on urban regeneration projects involving the requalification of heritage locations.
Kokaistudios aims to develop projects that add positively to the built environment and social fabric of the cities and countries in which they are located.

Richemont Retail Academy / Kokaistudios
Richemont Retail Academy / Kokaistudios

The Richemont retail academy has re-opened within the grounds of the Huaihailu 796 complex; the UNESCO award winning complex designed by Kokaistudios that opened in 2008. As the central retail training lab for all of the brands owned by the Compagnie Financiere Richemont; the world's second largest luxury conglomerate; Kokaistudios developed an innovative and welcoming interior design concept as a continuation of our long cooperation with Richemont that extends from architectural design to the development of global retail concepts and roll-outs.

The project occupies the 2nd floor of the office building that lies to the Northof the historic Twin Villas that house the Maison Vacheron Constantin, the Alfred Dunhill Home and the Kee Club. In accordance with Richemont Group's value, the design of the retail academy emphasizes upon growing synergies between multiple brands and passing on common message of the group.

The layout of the two-story training academy was essentially composed of five parts, including two reception and waiting areason each floor, two corridor and lounge areas on each floor, office on the second floor, pantry & computer area and training class rooms on each floor. The rectangular shaped floor plate is mainly defined by patterned glass partition and signature wood panels. 

The second floor gives forth instant youthfulness and vitality. Fun Spun Seats from Magis and a communal table are placed in the center of the lounge area, matching with vivid grass green rug. On each side of the central area, blue high-back sofas by Buzzi Space are installed, which can function as informal meeting space. People can easily come together and share information with privacy.

The third floor is elegant in style with innovative contemporary furniture. In the lounge area, the designer mixed Ro chair from Fritz Hansen, Alcove sofa from Vitra and fabric surfaced stools to create a flexible meeting, reading and relaxation space. Training classrooms are located beyond the glass partition. The translucent dotted glass adds vibrancy and provides privacy. Each classroom is separated by removable walls which are sound proof. The removable walls also gives the whole space flexibility for other events. Atthe end of the lounge, there are computer area and a long white communal table serving as work station or dining area.

Richemont Retail Academy / Kokaistudios
Richemont Retail Academy / Kokaistudios

The Richemont retail academy has re-opened within the grounds of the Huaihailu 796 complex; the UNESCO award winning complex designed by Kokaistudios that opened in 2008. As the central retail training lab for all of the brands owned by the Compagnie Financiere Richemont; the world's second largest luxury conglomerate; Kokaistudios developed an innovative and welcoming interior design concept as a continuation of our long cooperation with Richemont that extends from architectural design to the development of global retail concepts and roll-outs.

The project occupies the 2nd floor of the office building that lies to the Northof the historic Twin Villas that house the Maison Vacheron Constantin, the Alfred Dunhill Home and the Kee Club. In accordance with Richemont Group's value, the design of the retail academy emphasizes upon growing synergies between multiple brands and passing on common message of the group.

The layout of the two-story training academy was essentially composed of five parts, including two reception and waiting areason each floor, two corridor and lounge areas on each floor, office on the second floor, pantry & computer area and training class rooms on each floor. The rectangular shaped floor plate is mainly defined by patterned glass partition and signature wood panels. 

The second floor gives forth instant youthfulness and vitality. Fun Spun Seats from Magis and a communal table are placed in the center of the lounge area, matching with vivid grass green rug. On each side of the central area, blue high-back sofas by Buzzi Space are installed, which can function as informal meeting space. People can easily come together and share information with privacy.

The third floor is elegant in style with innovative contemporary furniture. In the lounge area, the designer mixed Ro chair from Fritz Hansen, Alcove sofa from Vitra and fabric surfaced stools to create a flexible meeting, reading and relaxation space. Training classrooms are located beyond the glass partition. The translucent dotted glass adds vibrancy and provides privacy. Each classroom is separated by removable walls which are sound proof. The removable walls also gives the whole space flexibility for other events. Atthe end of the lounge, there are computer area and a long white communal table serving as work station or dining area.

Richemont Retail Academy / Kokaistudios
Richemont Retail Academy / Kokaistudios

The Richemont retail academy has re-opened within the grounds of the Huaihailu 796 complex; the UNESCO award winning complex designed by Kokaistudios that opened in 2008. As the central retail training lab for all of the brands owned by the Compagnie Financiere Richemont; the world's second largest luxury conglomerate; Kokaistudios developed an innovative and welcoming interior design concept as a continuation of our long cooperation with Richemont that extends from architectural design to the development of global retail concepts and roll-outs.

The project occupies the 2nd floor of the office building that lies to the Northof the historic Twin Villas that house the Maison Vacheron Constantin, the Alfred Dunhill Home and the Kee Club. In accordance with Richemont Group's value, the design of the retail academy emphasizes upon growing synergies between multiple brands and passing on common message of the group.

The layout of the two-story training academy was essentially composed of five parts, including two reception and waiting areason each floor, two corridor and lounge areas on each floor, office on the second floor, pantry & computer area and training class rooms on each floor. The rectangular shaped floor plate is mainly defined by patterned glass partition and signature wood panels. 

The second floor gives forth instant youthfulness and vitality. Fun Spun Seats from Magis and a communal table are placed in the center of the lounge area, matching with vivid grass green rug. On each side of the central area, blue high-back sofas by Buzzi Space are installed, which can function as informal meeting space. People can easily come together and share information with privacy.

The third floor is elegant in style with innovative contemporary furniture. In the lounge area, the designer mixed Ro chair from Fritz Hansen, Alcove sofa from Vitra and fabric surfaced stools to create a flexible meeting, reading and relaxation space. Training classrooms are located beyond the glass partition. The translucent dotted glass adds vibrancy and provides privacy. Each classroom is separated by removable walls which are sound proof. The removable walls also gives the whole space flexibility for other events. Atthe end of the lounge, there are computer area and a long white communal table serving as work station or dining area.

Richemont Retail Academy / Kokaistudios
Richemont Retail Academy / Kokaistudios

The Richemont retail academy has re-opened within the grounds of the Huaihailu 796 complex; the UNESCO award winning complex designed by Kokaistudios that opened in 2008. As the central retail training lab for all of the brands owned by the Compagnie Financiere Richemont; the world's second largest luxury conglomerate; Kokaistudios developed an innovative and welcoming interior design concept as a continuation of our long cooperation with Richemont that extends from architectural design to the development of global retail concepts and roll-outs.

The project occupies the 2nd floor of the office building that lies to the Northof the historic Twin Villas that house the Maison Vacheron Constantin, the Alfred Dunhill Home and the Kee Club. In accordance with Richemont Group's value, the design of the retail academy emphasizes upon growing synergies between multiple brands and passing on common message of the group.

The layout of the two-story training academy was essentially composed of five parts, including two reception and waiting areason each floor, two corridor and lounge areas on each floor, office on the second floor, pantry & computer area and training class rooms on each floor. The rectangular shaped floor plate is mainly defined by patterned glass partition and signature wood panels. 

The second floor gives forth instant youthfulness and vitality. Fun Spun Seats from Magis and a communal table are placed in the center of the lounge area, matching with vivid grass green rug. On each side of the central area, blue high-back sofas by Buzzi Space are installed, which can function as informal meeting space. People can easily come together and share information with privacy.

The third floor is elegant in style with innovative contemporary furniture. In the lounge area, the designer mixed Ro chair from Fritz Hansen, Alcove sofa from Vitra and fabric surfaced stools to create a flexible meeting, reading and relaxation space. Training classrooms are located beyond the glass partition. The translucent dotted glass adds vibrancy and provides privacy. Each classroom is separated by removable walls which are sound proof. The removable walls also gives the whole space flexibility for other events. Atthe end of the lounge, there are computer area and a long white communal table serving as work station or dining area.

Caohejing Office
Caohejing Office
Caohejing Office
Caohejing Office
Caohejing Office
Caohejing Office
Caohejing Office
Caohejing Office
University of Chicago, Hong Kong / Robarts Spaces
University of Chicago, Hong Kong / Robarts Spaces

University of Chicago Booth School Interim Campus is located in the Cyberport area of Hong Kong Island. It is surrounded by lush green mountainscapes and beautiful ocean views. The design firm, Robarts Spaces, was inspired by the unique setting. Elements of bay, dock, ocean blue, and garden green were woven into the design and details of various areas. 

University of Chicago, Hong Kong / Robarts Spaces
University of Chicago, Hong Kong / Robarts Spaces

University of Chicago Booth School Interim Campus is located in the Cyberport area of Hong Kong Island. It is surrounded by lush green mountainscapes and beautiful ocean views. The design firm, Robarts Spaces, was inspired by the unique setting. Elements of bay, dock, ocean blue, and garden green were woven into the design and details of various areas. 

University of Chicago, Hong Kong / Robarts Spaces
University of Chicago, Hong Kong / Robarts Spaces

University of Chicago Booth School Interim Campus is located in the Cyberport area of Hong Kong Island. It is surrounded by lush green mountainscapes and beautiful ocean views. The design firm, Robarts Spaces, was inspired by the unique setting. Elements of bay, dock, ocean blue, and garden green were woven into the design and details of various areas. 

University of Chicago, Hong Kong / Robarts Spaces
University of Chicago, Hong Kong / Robarts Spaces

University of Chicago Booth School Interim Campus is located in the Cyberport area of Hong Kong Island. It is surrounded by lush green mountainscapes and beautiful ocean views. The design firm, Robarts Spaces, was inspired by the unique setting. Elements of bay, dock, ocean blue, and garden green were woven into the design and details of various areas. 

University of Chicago, Hong Kong / Robarts Spaces
University of Chicago, Hong Kong / Robarts Spaces

University of Chicago Booth School Interim Campus is located in the Cyberport area of Hong Kong Island. It is surrounded by lush green mountainscapes and beautiful ocean views. The design firm, Robarts Spaces, was inspired by the unique setting. Elements of bay, dock, ocean blue, and garden green were woven into the design and details of various areas. 

Mailman Group / hcreates
Mailman Group / hcreates

Mailman Group, a Shanghai-based technology and social media agency, recently moved to a new office on Fuxing Road. The space was designed by New Zealand architect Hannnah Churchill of hcreates.

Playing off the creative culture of this agency, the office combines sport and travel media themes to make a vibrant and inspiring working space.

Multi-use rooms serve a dual purpose as both meeting and breakout rooms. Flexible working spaces allow for hot desking and a variety of working preferences. 

Simple concreate pillars provide an ideal background for wall art that speaks to the agency's ethos.

A kitchen area occupies a corner of the open floor. Neon lights and Edison bulbs create a moody atmosphere for employees to relax and recharge at the bar and dining tables. They even have beers on tap!  

The main focus of the office design is to inspire creativity of the Mailman team.

Mailman Group / hcreates
Mailman Group / hcreates

Mailman Group, a Shanghai-based technology and social media agency, recently moved to a new office on Fuxing Road. The space was designed by New Zealand architect Hannnah Churchill of hcreates. 

Playing off the creative culture of this agency, the office combines sport and travel media themes to make a vibrant and inspiring working space. 

Multi-use rooms serve a dual purpose as both meeting and breakout rooms. Flexible working spaces allow for hot desking and a variety of working preferences. 

Simple concreate pillars provide an ideal background for wall art that speaks to the agency's ethos. 

A kitchen area occupies a corner of the open floor. Neon lights and Edison bulbs create a moody atmosphere for employees to relax and recharge at the bar and dining tables. They even have beers on tap!  

The main focus of the office design is to inspire creativity of the Mailman team.

Mailman Group / hcreates
Mailman Group / hcreates

Mailman Group, a Shanghai-based technology and social media agency, recently moved to a new office on Fuxing Road. The space was designed by New Zealand architect Hannnah Churchill of hcreates. 

Playing off the creative culture of this agency, the office combines sport and travel media themes to make a vibrant and inspiring working space. 

Multi-use rooms serve a dual purpose as both meeting and breakout rooms. Flexible working spaces allow for hot desking and a variety of working preferences. 

Simple concreate pillars provide an ideal background for wall art that speaks to the agency's ethos. 

A kitchen area occupies a corner of the open floor. Neon lights and Edison bulbs create a moody atmosphere for employees to relax and recharge at the bar and dining tables. They even have beers on tap!  

The main focus of the office design is to inspire creativity of the Mailman team.

Mailman Group / hcreates
Mailman Group / hcreates

Mailman Group, a Shanghai-based technology and social media agency, recently moved to a new office on Fuxing Road. The space was designed by New Zealand architect Hannnah Churchill of hcreates. 

Playing off the creative culture of this agency, the office combines sport and travel media themes to make a vibrant and inspiring working space. 

Multi-use rooms serve a dual purpose as both meeting and breakout rooms. Flexible working spaces allow for hot desking and a variety of working preferences. 

Simple concreate pillars provide an ideal background for wall art that speaks to the agency's ethos. 

A kitchen area occupies a corner of the open floor. Neon lights and Edison bulbs create a moody atmosphere for employees to relax and recharge at the bar and dining tables. They even have beers on tap!  

The main focus of the office design is to inspire creativity of the Mailman team.

Mailman Group / hcreates
Mailman Group / hcreates

Mailman Group, a Shanghai-based technology and social media agency, recently moved to a new office on Fuxing Road. The space was designed by New Zealand architect Hannnah Churchill of hcreates. 

Playing off the creative culture of this agency, the office combines sport and travel media themes to make a vibrant and inspiring working space. 

Multi-use rooms serve a dual purpose as both meeting and breakout rooms. Flexible working spaces allow for hot desking and a variety of working preferences. 

Simple concreate pillars provide an ideal background for wall art that speaks to the agency's ethos. 

A kitchen area occupies a corner of the open floor. Neon lights and Edison bulbs create a moody atmosphere for employees to relax and recharge at the bar and dining tables. They even have beers on tap!  

The main focus of the office design is to inspire creativity of the Mailman team.

Mindshare Shanghai Office
Mindshare Shanghai Office

The Shanghai office of Mindshare, a global media and marketing services company, was designed by PDM International with artwork by The Orangeblowfish.

The contrasting elements that make up the space, light and dark, colorful and subdued, serve to create an eye-catching design. The sitting area near the front entrance is styled with modern furniture.

The open stairwell goes up vertically for six floors, a remarkable engineering achievement. Sitting areas alongside the floor-to-ceiling windows; natural light brightens up the space together with chic light fixtures. Grey brick walls help to define a communal space where employees can sit for a break or to enjoy a meal.

A comic book wall that mixes superhero stories with current trends in social media brings a sense of fun to the working areas.

Mindshare Shanghai Office
Mindshare Shanghai Office

The Shanghai office of Mindshare, a global media and marketing services company, was designed by PDM International with artwork by The Orangeblowfish. 

The contrasting elements that make up the space, light and dark, colorful and subdued, serve to create an eye-catching design. The sitting area near the front entrance is styled with modern furniture. 

The open stairwell goes up vertically for six floors, a remarkable engineering achievement. Sitting areas alongside the floor-to-ceiling windows; natural light brightens up the space together with chic light fixtures. Grey brick walls help to define a communal space where employees can sit for a break or to enjoy a meal.

A comic book wall that mixes superhero stories with current trends in social media brings a sense of fun to the working areas.

Mindshare Shanghai Office
Mindshare Shanghai Office

The Shanghai office of Mindshare, a global media and marketing services company, was designed by PDM International with artwork by The Orangeblowfish. 

The contrasting elements that make up the space, light and dark, colorful and subdued, serve to create an eye-catching design. The sitting area near the front entrance is styled with modern furniture. 

The open stairwell goes up vertically for six floors, a remarkable engineering achievement. Sitting areas alongside the floor-to-ceiling windows; natural light brightens up the space together with chic light fixtures. Grey brick walls help to define a communal space where employees can sit for a break or to enjoy a meal.

A comic book wall that mixes superhero stories with current trends in social media brings a sense of fun to the working areas.

GTJA Headquarter / BNJN
GTJA Headquarter / BNJN

Guotai Junan Securities Co., Ltd. (GTJA) is one of the largest investment banks and securities companies in China. During 2004–2011, the company has been top-ranked in World Brand Lab-China's 500 Most Valuable Chinese Securities Brands. While in 2008–2012, it has obtained Class A AA-level according to the securities classification of the China Securities Regulatory Commission for five consecutive years.

Their new headquarter in Jingan District was designed by BNJN, a multi-faceted da multi-faceted design studio tailoring distinctive workplace solutions for corporate offices and headquarters.esign studio tailoring distinctive workplace solutions for corporate offices and headquarters.

Google Beijing Office
Google Beijing Office
Google Beijing Office
Google Beijing Office
Google Beijing Office
Google Beijing Office
Google Beijing Office
Abbott Customer Experience Center / M Moser
Abbott Customer Experience Center / M Moser
Abbott Customer Experience Center / M Moser
Abbott Customer Experience Center / M Moser
Abbott Customer Experience Center / M Moser
WeWork Weihai Road, Shanghai
WeWork Weihai Road, Shanghai
WeWork Weihai Road, Shanghai
WeWork Weihai Road, Shanghai
WeWork Wangjing, Beijing
WeWork East Yan'an Road, Shanghai
WeWork East Yan'an Road, Shanghai
Standard Chartered Bank / Powered by We
SOM Shanghai Office
Kokaistudios Office
Kokaistudios Office
Kokaistudios Office
Kokaistudios Office
Kokaistudios Office
Richemont Retail Academy / Kokaistudios
Richemont Retail Academy / Kokaistudios
Richemont Retail Academy / Kokaistudios
Richemont Retail Academy / Kokaistudios
Caohejing Office
Caohejing Office
Caohejing Office
Caohejing Office
University of Chicago, Hong Kong / Robarts Spaces
University of Chicago, Hong Kong / Robarts Spaces
University of Chicago, Hong Kong / Robarts Spaces
University of Chicago, Hong Kong / Robarts Spaces
University of Chicago, Hong Kong / Robarts Spaces
Mailman Group / hcreates
Mailman Group / hcreates
Mailman Group / hcreates
Mailman Group / hcreates
Mailman Group / hcreates
Mindshare Shanghai Office
Mindshare Shanghai Office
Mindshare Shanghai Office
GTJA Headquarter / BNJN
Google Beijing Office

After ten years in the previous office, Google Beijing moved to a new location in Zhongguangcun, China's Silicon Valley. On the very first day of business, Googlers were thrilled with the new space and eager to test out the new facilities. On top of standard office facilities, the office also has a Google Museum, a game room, a colored glass stairwell that goes up a few floors, and many more exciting features. 

Google Beijing Office

After ten years in the previous office, Google Beijing moved to a new location in Zhongguangcun, China's Silicon Valley. On the very first day of business, Googlers were thrilled with the new space and eager to test out the new facilities. On top of standard office facilities, the office also has a Google Museum, a game room, a colored glass stairwell that goes up a few floors, and many more exciting features. 

Google Beijing Office

After ten years in the previous office, Google Beijing moved to a new location in Zhongguangcun, China's Silicon Valley. On the very first day of business, Googlers were thrilled with the new space and eager to test out the new facilities. On top of standard office facilities, the office also has a Google Museum, a game room, a colored glass stairwell that goes up a few floors, and many more exciting features. 

Google Beijing Office

After ten years in the previous office, Google Beijing moved to a new location in Zhongguangcun, China's Silicon Valley. On the very first day of business, Googlers were thrilled with the new space and eager to test out the new facilities. On top of standard office facilities, the office also has a Google Museum, a game room, a colored glass stairwell that goes up a few floors, and many more exciting features. 

Google Beijing Office

After ten years in the previous office, Google Beijing moved to a new location in Zhongguangcun, China's Silicon Valley. On the very first day of business, Googlers were thrilled with the new space and eager to test out the new facilities. On top of standard office facilities, the office also has a Google Museum, a game room, a colored glass stairwell that goes up a few floors, and many more exciting features. 

Google Beijing Office
Google Beijing Office

After ten years in the previous office, Google Beijing moved to a new location in Zhongguangcun, China's Silicon Valley. On the very first day of business, Googlers were thrilled with the new space and eager to test out the new facilities. On top of standard office facilities, the office also has a Google Museum, a game room, a colored glass stairwell that goes up a few floors, and many more exciting features. 

Abbott Customer Experience Center / M Moser

Abbott Customer Experience Center (CEC) in Shanghai, designed by M Moser Associates, a global architecture and interior design firm who pioneered the integrated approach to deliver effective workplaces.

Abbott Customer Experience Center / M Moser

Abbott Customer Experience Center (CEC) in Shanghai, designed by M Moser Associates, a global architecture and interior design firm who pioneered the integrated approach to deliver effective workplaces.

Abbott Customer Experience Center / M Moser

Abbott Customer Experience Center (CEC) in Shanghai, designed by M Moser Associates, a global architecture and interior design firm who pioneered the integrated approach to deliver effective workplaces.

Abbott Customer Experience Center / M Moser

Abbott Customer Experience Center (CEC) in Shanghai, designed by M Moser Associates, a global architecture and interior design firm who pioneered the integrated approach to deliver effective workplaces.

Abbott Customer Experience Center / M Moser

Abbott Customer Experience Center (CEC) in Shanghai, designed by M Moser Associates, a global architecture and interior design firm who pioneered the integrated approach to deliver effective workplaces.

WeWork Weihai Road, Shanghai

Headquartered in New-York with 50 office locations around the world, WeWork has now transformed Shanghai buildings into exciting shared workspaces.
As the flagship location for China, WeWork Weihai Road resides in a historical building originally designed by British firm Spence Robinson & Partners in the 1930s. The designer took inspiration from "The Grand Budapest Hotel" and added pink, blue and green into the original structure, combining lively modern design into the historical architecture.
The historic building has now transformed into a modern workspace, attracting aspiring entrepreneurs, designers and emerging businesses large and small.

WeWork Weihai Road, Shanghai

Headquartered in New-York with 50 office locations around the world, WeWork has now transformed Shanghai buildings into exciting shared workspaces.
As the flagship location for China, WeWork Weihai Road resides in a historical building originally designed by British firm Spence Robinson & Partners in the 1930s. The designer took inspiration from "The Grand Budapest Hotel" and added pink, blue and green into the original structure, combining lively modern design into the historical architecture.
The historic building has now transformed into a modern workspace, attracting aspiring entrepreneurs, designers and emerging businesses large and small.

WeWork Weihai Road, Shanghai

Headquartered in New-York with 50 office locations around the world, WeWork has now transformed Shanghai buildings into exciting shared workspaces.
As the flagship location for China, WeWork Weihai Road resides in a historical building originally designed by British firm Spence Robinson & Partners in the 1930s. The designer took inspiration from "The Grand Budapest Hotel" and added pink, blue and green into the original structure, combining lively modern design into the historical architecture.
The historic building has now transformed into a modern workspace, attracting aspiring entrepreneurs, designers and emerging businesses large and small.

WeWork Weihai Road, Shanghai

Headquartered in New-York with 50 office locations around the world, WeWork has now transformed Shanghai buildings into exciting shared workspaces.
As the flagship location for China, WeWork Weihai Road resides in a historical building originally designed by British firm Spence Robinson & Partners in the 1930s. The designer took inspiration from "The Grand Budapest Hotel" and added pink, blue and green into the original structure, combining lively modern design into the historical architecture.
The historic building has now transformed into a modern workspace, attracting aspiring entrepreneurs, designers and emerging businesses large and small.

WeWork Wangjing, Beijing

Located in one of Beijing's fastest growing commercial centers, WeWork Wangjing makes room for the next generation of growing businesses in China. Occupying five floors of the Sony building, WeWork Wangjing offers our members a beautiful workspace fitted with a contemporary exterior and smartly designed interiors. The Wangjing area of Beijing is home to both exciting tech startups and multinational companies. Members at WeWork Wangjing will benefit from the location’s proximity to the famous 798 Art District, which is home to Beijing’s main concentration of contemporary art galleries. Join us at WeWork Wangjing and meet Beijing’s most forward thinking companies.

WeWork East Yan'an Road, Shanghai

Headquartered in New-York with 50 office locations around the world, WeWork has now transformed Shanghai buildings into exciting shared workspaces.
WeWork East Yanan Road brings modern Shanghai office space to People's Square. Adjacent to a neighborhood filled with northwestern food restaurants, the space was influenced by the Silk Road in its design.
A hand-painted mural inspired by the ornate patterns and vibrant colors of silk road can be seen in the lounge area.

WeWork East Yan'an Road, Shanghai

Headquartered in New-York with 50 office locations around the world, WeWork has now transformed Shanghai buildings into exciting shared workspaces.
WeWork East Yanan Road brings modern Shanghai office space to People's Square. Adjacent to a neighborhood filled with northwestern food restaurants, the space was influenced by the Silk Road in its design.
A hand-painted mural inspired by the ornate patterns and vibrant colors of silk road can be seen in the lounge area. 

Standard Chartered Bank / Powered by We

In just three months, WeWork transformed the ninth floor of the Standard Chartered Tower in Hong Kong into a space that inspires creativity and collaboration.

For SC Ventures to be an agent of change within the company, they needed a bright, modern space that would inspire innovation and creativity, foster collaboration, and increase team efficiency—as soon as possible.

Standard Chartered partnered with WeWork to transform that floor, via the Powered by We process, into an innovation hub and collaborative workspace dubbed the “eXellerator Lab.”

The eXellerator Lab includes flexible classrooms, different types of meeting rooms, and even a large lounge to accommodate a wide range of events and day-to-day workshops. The design incorporates Standard Chartered’s brand colors, as well as nods to local Hong Kong culture.

Standard Chartered has taken full advantage of the new space, hosting events and working cross-functionally to develop new products. From revamping their call centers to developing a web chatbot and relaunching their mobile app, the eXellerator Lab is already generating returns for Standard Chartered.

SOM Shanghai Office

Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP (SOM) is one of the largest and most influential architecture, interior design, engineering, and urban planning firms in the world. Founded in 1936, we have completed more than 10,000 projects in over 50 countries. We are renowned for our iconic buildings and our commitment to design excellence, innovation, and sustainability.

Their office in Shanghai is located in one of the two IAPM office towers in the center of Shanghai and enjoys spectacular views of the city.

Kokaistudios Office

Kokaistudios is an award winning architecture and interior design firm founded in 2000 in Venice by Italian architects Filippo Gabbiani & Andrea Destefanis.
Headquartered in Shanghai since 2002, they have grown into multi-cultural firm of 60 people working on a global scale with projects in Asia, the Middle East, Europe and North America. Kokaistudios partners with their clients to collaboratively develop innovative & ground breaking projects in diverse fields of design.
Primarily focused on developing cultural, corporate, commercial, hospitality & retail projects, the firm has also worked extensively on urban regeneration projects involving the requalification of heritage locations.
Kokaistudios aims to develop projects that add positively to the built environment and social fabric of the cities and countries in which they are located.

Kokaistudios Office

Kokaistudios is an award winning architecture and interior design firm founded in 2000 in Venice by Italian architects Filippo Gabbiani & Andrea Destefanis.
Headquartered in Shanghai since 2002, they have grown into multi-cultural firm of 60 people working on a global scale with projects in Asia, the Middle East, Europe and North America. Kokaistudios partners with their clients to collaboratively develop innovative & ground breaking projects in diverse fields of design.
Primarily focused on developing cultural, corporate, commercial, hospitality & retail projects, the firm has also worked extensively on urban regeneration projects involving the requalification of heritage locations.
Kokaistudios aims to develop projects that add positively to the built environment and social fabric of the cities and countries in which they are located.

Kokaistudios Office

Kokaistudios is an award winning architecture and interior design firm founded in 2000 in Venice by Italian architects Filippo Gabbiani & Andrea Destefanis.
Headquartered in Shanghai since 2002, they have grown into multi-cultural firm of 60 people working on a global scale with projects in Asia, the Middle East, Europe and North America. Kokaistudios partners with their clients to collaboratively develop innovative & ground breaking projects in diverse fields of design.
Primarily focused on developing cultural, corporate, commercial, hospitality & retail projects, the firm has also worked extensively on urban regeneration projects involving the requalification of heritage locations.
Kokaistudios aims to develop projects that add positively to the built environment and social fabric of the cities and countries in which they are located.

Kokaistudios Office

Kokaistudios is an award winning architecture and interior design firm founded in 2000 in Venice by Italian architects Filippo Gabbiani & Andrea Destefanis.
Headquartered in Shanghai since 2002, they have grown into multi-cultural firm of 60 people working on a global scale with projects in Asia, the Middle East, Europe and North America. Kokaistudios partners with their clients to collaboratively develop innovative & ground breaking projects in diverse fields of design.
Primarily focused on developing cultural, corporate, commercial, hospitality & retail projects, the firm has also worked extensively on urban regeneration projects involving the requalification of heritage locations.
Kokaistudios aims to develop projects that add positively to the built environment and social fabric of the cities and countries in which they are located.

Kokaistudios Office

Kokaistudios is an award winning architecture and interior design firm founded in 2000 in Venice by Italian architects Filippo Gabbiani & Andrea Destefanis.
Headquartered in Shanghai since 2002, they have grown into multi-cultural firm of 60 people working on a global scale with projects in Asia, the Middle East, Europe and North America. Kokaistudios partners with their clients to collaboratively develop innovative & ground breaking projects in diverse fields of design.
Primarily focused on developing cultural, corporate, commercial, hospitality & retail projects, the firm has also worked extensively on urban regeneration projects involving the requalification of heritage locations.
Kokaistudios aims to develop projects that add positively to the built environment and social fabric of the cities and countries in which they are located.

Richemont Retail Academy / Kokaistudios

The Richemont retail academy has re-opened within the grounds of the Huaihailu 796 complex; the UNESCO award winning complex designed by Kokaistudios that opened in 2008. As the central retail training lab for all of the brands owned by the Compagnie Financiere Richemont; the world's second largest luxury conglomerate; Kokaistudios developed an innovative and welcoming interior design concept as a continuation of our long cooperation with Richemont that extends from architectural design to the development of global retail concepts and roll-outs.

The project occupies the 2nd floor of the office building that lies to the Northof the historic Twin Villas that house the Maison Vacheron Constantin, the Alfred Dunhill Home and the Kee Club. In accordance with Richemont Group's value, the design of the retail academy emphasizes upon growing synergies between multiple brands and passing on common message of the group.

The layout of the two-story training academy was essentially composed of five parts, including two reception and waiting areason each floor, two corridor and lounge areas on each floor, office on the second floor, pantry & computer area and training class rooms on each floor. The rectangular shaped floor plate is mainly defined by patterned glass partition and signature wood panels. 

The second floor gives forth instant youthfulness and vitality. Fun Spun Seats from Magis and a communal table are placed in the center of the lounge area, matching with vivid grass green rug. On each side of the central area, blue high-back sofas by Buzzi Space are installed, which can function as informal meeting space. People can easily come together and share information with privacy.

The third floor is elegant in style with innovative contemporary furniture. In the lounge area, the designer mixed Ro chair from Fritz Hansen, Alcove sofa from Vitra and fabric surfaced stools to create a flexible meeting, reading and relaxation space. Training classrooms are located beyond the glass partition. The translucent dotted glass adds vibrancy and provides privacy. Each classroom is separated by removable walls which are sound proof. The removable walls also gives the whole space flexibility for other events. Atthe end of the lounge, there are computer area and a long white communal table serving as work station or dining area.

Richemont Retail Academy / Kokaistudios

The Richemont retail academy has re-opened within the grounds of the Huaihailu 796 complex; the UNESCO award winning complex designed by Kokaistudios that opened in 2008. As the central retail training lab for all of the brands owned by the Compagnie Financiere Richemont; the world's second largest luxury conglomerate; Kokaistudios developed an innovative and welcoming interior design concept as a continuation of our long cooperation with Richemont that extends from architectural design to the development of global retail concepts and roll-outs.

The project occupies the 2nd floor of the office building that lies to the Northof the historic Twin Villas that house the Maison Vacheron Constantin, the Alfred Dunhill Home and the Kee Club. In accordance with Richemont Group's value, the design of the retail academy emphasizes upon growing synergies between multiple brands and passing on common message of the group.

The layout of the two-story training academy was essentially composed of five parts, including two reception and waiting areason each floor, two corridor and lounge areas on each floor, office on the second floor, pantry & computer area and training class rooms on each floor. The rectangular shaped floor plate is mainly defined by patterned glass partition and signature wood panels. 

The second floor gives forth instant youthfulness and vitality. Fun Spun Seats from Magis and a communal table are placed in the center of the lounge area, matching with vivid grass green rug. On each side of the central area, blue high-back sofas by Buzzi Space are installed, which can function as informal meeting space. People can easily come together and share information with privacy.

The third floor is elegant in style with innovative contemporary furniture. In the lounge area, the designer mixed Ro chair from Fritz Hansen, Alcove sofa from Vitra and fabric surfaced stools to create a flexible meeting, reading and relaxation space. Training classrooms are located beyond the glass partition. The translucent dotted glass adds vibrancy and provides privacy. Each classroom is separated by removable walls which are sound proof. The removable walls also gives the whole space flexibility for other events. Atthe end of the lounge, there are computer area and a long white communal table serving as work station or dining area.

Richemont Retail Academy / Kokaistudios

The Richemont retail academy has re-opened within the grounds of the Huaihailu 796 complex; the UNESCO award winning complex designed by Kokaistudios that opened in 2008. As the central retail training lab for all of the brands owned by the Compagnie Financiere Richemont; the world's second largest luxury conglomerate; Kokaistudios developed an innovative and welcoming interior design concept as a continuation of our long cooperation with Richemont that extends from architectural design to the development of global retail concepts and roll-outs.

The project occupies the 2nd floor of the office building that lies to the Northof the historic Twin Villas that house the Maison Vacheron Constantin, the Alfred Dunhill Home and the Kee Club. In accordance with Richemont Group's value, the design of the retail academy emphasizes upon growing synergies between multiple brands and passing on common message of the group.

The layout of the two-story training academy was essentially composed of five parts, including two reception and waiting areason each floor, two corridor and lounge areas on each floor, office on the second floor, pantry & computer area and training class rooms on each floor. The rectangular shaped floor plate is mainly defined by patterned glass partition and signature wood panels. 

The second floor gives forth instant youthfulness and vitality. Fun Spun Seats from Magis and a communal table are placed in the center of the lounge area, matching with vivid grass green rug. On each side of the central area, blue high-back sofas by Buzzi Space are installed, which can function as informal meeting space. People can easily come together and share information with privacy.

The third floor is elegant in style with innovative contemporary furniture. In the lounge area, the designer mixed Ro chair from Fritz Hansen, Alcove sofa from Vitra and fabric surfaced stools to create a flexible meeting, reading and relaxation space. Training classrooms are located beyond the glass partition. The translucent dotted glass adds vibrancy and provides privacy. Each classroom is separated by removable walls which are sound proof. The removable walls also gives the whole space flexibility for other events. Atthe end of the lounge, there are computer area and a long white communal table serving as work station or dining area.

Richemont Retail Academy / Kokaistudios

The Richemont retail academy has re-opened within the grounds of the Huaihailu 796 complex; the UNESCO award winning complex designed by Kokaistudios that opened in 2008. As the central retail training lab for all of the brands owned by the Compagnie Financiere Richemont; the world's second largest luxury conglomerate; Kokaistudios developed an innovative and welcoming interior design concept as a continuation of our long cooperation with Richemont that extends from architectural design to the development of global retail concepts and roll-outs.

The project occupies the 2nd floor of the office building that lies to the Northof the historic Twin Villas that house the Maison Vacheron Constantin, the Alfred Dunhill Home and the Kee Club. In accordance with Richemont Group's value, the design of the retail academy emphasizes upon growing synergies between multiple brands and passing on common message of the group.

The layout of the two-story training academy was essentially composed of five parts, including two reception and waiting areason each floor, two corridor and lounge areas on each floor, office on the second floor, pantry & computer area and training class rooms on each floor. The rectangular shaped floor plate is mainly defined by patterned glass partition and signature wood panels. 

The second floor gives forth instant youthfulness and vitality. Fun Spun Seats from Magis and a communal table are placed in the center of the lounge area, matching with vivid grass green rug. On each side of the central area, blue high-back sofas by Buzzi Space are installed, which can function as informal meeting space. People can easily come together and share information with privacy.

The third floor is elegant in style with innovative contemporary furniture. In the lounge area, the designer mixed Ro chair from Fritz Hansen, Alcove sofa from Vitra and fabric surfaced stools to create a flexible meeting, reading and relaxation space. Training classrooms are located beyond the glass partition. The translucent dotted glass adds vibrancy and provides privacy. Each classroom is separated by removable walls which are sound proof. The removable walls also gives the whole space flexibility for other events. Atthe end of the lounge, there are computer area and a long white communal table serving as work station or dining area.

Caohejing Office
Caohejing Office
Caohejing Office
Caohejing Office
University of Chicago, Hong Kong / Robarts Spaces

University of Chicago Booth School Interim Campus is located in the Cyberport area of Hong Kong Island. It is surrounded by lush green mountainscapes and beautiful ocean views. The design firm, Robarts Spaces, was inspired by the unique setting. Elements of bay, dock, ocean blue, and garden green were woven into the design and details of various areas. 

University of Chicago, Hong Kong / Robarts Spaces

University of Chicago Booth School Interim Campus is located in the Cyberport area of Hong Kong Island. It is surrounded by lush green mountainscapes and beautiful ocean views. The design firm, Robarts Spaces, was inspired by the unique setting. Elements of bay, dock, ocean blue, and garden green were woven into the design and details of various areas. 

University of Chicago, Hong Kong / Robarts Spaces

University of Chicago Booth School Interim Campus is located in the Cyberport area of Hong Kong Island. It is surrounded by lush green mountainscapes and beautiful ocean views. The design firm, Robarts Spaces, was inspired by the unique setting. Elements of bay, dock, ocean blue, and garden green were woven into the design and details of various areas. 

University of Chicago, Hong Kong / Robarts Spaces

University of Chicago Booth School Interim Campus is located in the Cyberport area of Hong Kong Island. It is surrounded by lush green mountainscapes and beautiful ocean views. The design firm, Robarts Spaces, was inspired by the unique setting. Elements of bay, dock, ocean blue, and garden green were woven into the design and details of various areas. 

University of Chicago, Hong Kong / Robarts Spaces

University of Chicago Booth School Interim Campus is located in the Cyberport area of Hong Kong Island. It is surrounded by lush green mountainscapes and beautiful ocean views. The design firm, Robarts Spaces, was inspired by the unique setting. Elements of bay, dock, ocean blue, and garden green were woven into the design and details of various areas. 

Mailman Group / hcreates

Mailman Group, a Shanghai-based technology and social media agency, recently moved to a new office on Fuxing Road. The space was designed by New Zealand architect Hannnah Churchill of hcreates.

Playing off the creative culture of this agency, the office combines sport and travel media themes to make a vibrant and inspiring working space.

Multi-use rooms serve a dual purpose as both meeting and breakout rooms. Flexible working spaces allow for hot desking and a variety of working preferences. 

Simple concreate pillars provide an ideal background for wall art that speaks to the agency's ethos.

A kitchen area occupies a corner of the open floor. Neon lights and Edison bulbs create a moody atmosphere for employees to relax and recharge at the bar and dining tables. They even have beers on tap!  

The main focus of the office design is to inspire creativity of the Mailman team.

Mailman Group / hcreates

Mailman Group, a Shanghai-based technology and social media agency, recently moved to a new office on Fuxing Road. The space was designed by New Zealand architect Hannnah Churchill of hcreates. 

Playing off the creative culture of this agency, the office combines sport and travel media themes to make a vibrant and inspiring working space. 

Multi-use rooms serve a dual purpose as both meeting and breakout rooms. Flexible working spaces allow for hot desking and a variety of working preferences. 

Simple concreate pillars provide an ideal background for wall art that speaks to the agency's ethos. 

A kitchen area occupies a corner of the open floor. Neon lights and Edison bulbs create a moody atmosphere for employees to relax and recharge at the bar and dining tables. They even have beers on tap!  

The main focus of the office design is to inspire creativity of the Mailman team.

Mailman Group / hcreates

Mailman Group, a Shanghai-based technology and social media agency, recently moved to a new office on Fuxing Road. The space was designed by New Zealand architect Hannnah Churchill of hcreates. 

Playing off the creative culture of this agency, the office combines sport and travel media themes to make a vibrant and inspiring working space. 

Multi-use rooms serve a dual purpose as both meeting and breakout rooms. Flexible working spaces allow for hot desking and a variety of working preferences. 

Simple concreate pillars provide an ideal background for wall art that speaks to the agency's ethos. 

A kitchen area occupies a corner of the open floor. Neon lights and Edison bulbs create a moody atmosphere for employees to relax and recharge at the bar and dining tables. They even have beers on tap!  

The main focus of the office design is to inspire creativity of the Mailman team.

Mailman Group / hcreates

Mailman Group, a Shanghai-based technology and social media agency, recently moved to a new office on Fuxing Road. The space was designed by New Zealand architect Hannnah Churchill of hcreates. 

Playing off the creative culture of this agency, the office combines sport and travel media themes to make a vibrant and inspiring working space. 

Multi-use rooms serve a dual purpose as both meeting and breakout rooms. Flexible working spaces allow for hot desking and a variety of working preferences. 

Simple concreate pillars provide an ideal background for wall art that speaks to the agency's ethos. 

A kitchen area occupies a corner of the open floor. Neon lights and Edison bulbs create a moody atmosphere for employees to relax and recharge at the bar and dining tables. They even have beers on tap!  

The main focus of the office design is to inspire creativity of the Mailman team.

Mailman Group / hcreates

Mailman Group, a Shanghai-based technology and social media agency, recently moved to a new office on Fuxing Road. The space was designed by New Zealand architect Hannnah Churchill of hcreates. 

Playing off the creative culture of this agency, the office combines sport and travel media themes to make a vibrant and inspiring working space. 

Multi-use rooms serve a dual purpose as both meeting and breakout rooms. Flexible working spaces allow for hot desking and a variety of working preferences. 

Simple concreate pillars provide an ideal background for wall art that speaks to the agency's ethos. 

A kitchen area occupies a corner of the open floor. Neon lights and Edison bulbs create a moody atmosphere for employees to relax and recharge at the bar and dining tables. They even have beers on tap!  

The main focus of the office design is to inspire creativity of the Mailman team.

Mindshare Shanghai Office

The Shanghai office of Mindshare, a global media and marketing services company, was designed by PDM International with artwork by The Orangeblowfish.

The contrasting elements that make up the space, light and dark, colorful and subdued, serve to create an eye-catching design. The sitting area near the front entrance is styled with modern furniture.

The open stairwell goes up vertically for six floors, a remarkable engineering achievement. Sitting areas alongside the floor-to-ceiling windows; natural light brightens up the space together with chic light fixtures. Grey brick walls help to define a communal space where employees can sit for a break or to enjoy a meal.

A comic book wall that mixes superhero stories with current trends in social media brings a sense of fun to the working areas.

Mindshare Shanghai Office

The Shanghai office of Mindshare, a global media and marketing services company, was designed by PDM International with artwork by The Orangeblowfish. 

The contrasting elements that make up the space, light and dark, colorful and subdued, serve to create an eye-catching design. The sitting area near the front entrance is styled with modern furniture. 

The open stairwell goes up vertically for six floors, a remarkable engineering achievement. Sitting areas alongside the floor-to-ceiling windows; natural light brightens up the space together with chic light fixtures. Grey brick walls help to define a communal space where employees can sit for a break or to enjoy a meal.

A comic book wall that mixes superhero stories with current trends in social media brings a sense of fun to the working areas.

Mindshare Shanghai Office

The Shanghai office of Mindshare, a global media and marketing services company, was designed by PDM International with artwork by The Orangeblowfish. 

The contrasting elements that make up the space, light and dark, colorful and subdued, serve to create an eye-catching design. The sitting area near the front entrance is styled with modern furniture. 

The open stairwell goes up vertically for six floors, a remarkable engineering achievement. Sitting areas alongside the floor-to-ceiling windows; natural light brightens up the space together with chic light fixtures. Grey brick walls help to define a communal space where employees can sit for a break or to enjoy a meal.

A comic book wall that mixes superhero stories with current trends in social media brings a sense of fun to the working areas.

GTJA Headquarter / BNJN

Guotai Junan Securities Co., Ltd. (GTJA) is one of the largest investment banks and securities companies in China. During 2004–2011, the company has been top-ranked in World Brand Lab-China's 500 Most Valuable Chinese Securities Brands. While in 2008–2012, it has obtained Class A AA-level according to the securities classification of the China Securities Regulatory Commission for five consecutive years.

Their new headquarter in Jingan District was designed by BNJN, a multi-faceted da multi-faceted design studio tailoring distinctive workplace solutions for corporate offices and headquarters.esign studio tailoring distinctive workplace solutions for corporate offices and headquarters.

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