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Melandb club

Meland Club combines five major themes of Insects, Oceans, Land, Sky, and Jungle, to create a Wondrous Museum of Nature, full of futuristic mechanical aesthetics. Architectural logic, art installations, mechanical technological aesthetics, philosophy, and popular science education are unprecedentedly integrated into an exquisite, complex creative scheme, constructing a comprehensive indoor parent-child theme park encompassing family amusement, art appreciation, aesthetic education, popular science, and creative enlightenment, a fantasy universe transcending yet tangible to reality.

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Znong Shu Ge

The bookstore represents Ningxia's cultural blend with its elegant design and iconic mid-air crossing bookshelves, reflecting diverse knowledge and interactions. In a high-ceilinged space, these shelves foster a dynamic ambiance, engaging visitors in a nexus of ideas. It transcends being just a book space, evolving into a lively intersection for literature, people, and cultures, thus nurturing a 'vibrant community' that encourages knowledge and cultural exchange.

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272 Hedges Avenue Pedestal

The two-story pedestal base of 272 Hedges Avenue in Gold Coast, Australia, brings a human scale to the residential tower and creates a contextual connection with the surroundings. As urbanization grows, it separates humans from nature. The pedestal merges the built and natural environments, improving the area and community. Advanced design techniques and products were used by Contreras Earl Architecture to create a biologically informed and digitally engineered design. The pedestal is a unique and site-specific solution that contributes to the evolution of architecture and urban development, benefiting inhabitants and the environment.

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Deji Cultural Complex

Deji Cultural Complex provides a fusion of cultural arts and commercial facilities. It has six extensive facilities including an art museum, a museum, a bookstore, shops, and a café on its top 7300 m2 floor. The coexistence of these facilities allows customers to stop by at one they would not have otherwise visited. What makes The Triangle. JP's design innovation is that they entirely got rid of walls between spaces. By eliminating partitions, it freed the space from having boundaries between inside and outside giving customers a little "preview" before entering the space.

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Longfor Origin

The dynamic spiral chandelier dances with the music and sparkles with lights and shadows, giving viewers an immersive experience. The social space is full of charm thanks to the spiral staircase with a curry and metallic texture that connects the two stories. The astrolabe design allows people to embrace their imaginations accompanied by a starry sky. In this context, the Longfor Origin is turned into a customized club space that integrates art, technology, humanities, health, business and entertainment, with the sales center serving as a hidden function.

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Kunming Zhonghaihui Delhi Garden

Designers hope that the interior design of the project can be integrated with the urban character of Kunming, so think of the sales department as a floating future island, with a sea of dreamy flowers, forming a huge, dreamy organism. The interior modeling is full of enlarged flower elements, shaping many different blooming petals with curved surface shapes. The difficult part of the construction process is the curved surface modeling technology in the space and full of tension, as well as the connection accuracy and picture unity between each shape and furniture.

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Design interview of the day

Read the latest interviews and conversations on design, creativity and innovation between design journalist and world-famous designers, artists and architects. See latest design projects and award-winning designs by famous designers, artists, architects and innovators. Discover new insights on creativity, innovation, arts, design and architecture. Learn about design processes of great designers.

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