The renovated space is a sanctuary from the bustle of Beijing.
The home embraces the landscape’s natural incline with a layout that steps upward in wide terraces.
In this serene home belonging to a woodwork enthusiast, it’s all about the subtle mixing of materials.
The cluster of buildings collectively known as Wiki Tribe embraces DIY architecture as a mode of education and recreation.
The striking storefront belies a softer dining space tucked inside.
The 430-square-foot pad puts a bespoke spin on making the most of available space.
This coffee shop in Beijing is arranged into "moments" that highlight the ritual of drinking coffee.
Though the tower’s glassy exterior is plenty dramatic, the real show goes on inside, where an atrium rises over 630 feet high.
Though the space serves as a library, coffee shop, and cultural hub, its design is focused squarely on the books.
Located 28 miles outside city center, the gleaming new airport was designed with an eye to expansion.
Most city dwellers would give and arm and a leg for outdoor space, but not this Beijing couple.
This house is a great example of how a need for accessibility becomes embedded in the overall design of the residence.
The swooping form was printed in parts by two robotic arms over the course of 450 hours.
These low-cost housing modules make centuries-old structures habitable again without demolition.
Of the hotel’s 18 floors, just two sit above ground with the rest descending 290 feet below.
Studio 10 designed two rooms—"Maze" and "Dream"— for The Other Place hotel in Guilin, China, and they’re a fantastical reimagining of Escher’s work.
Sometimes a home is a treehouse in spirit, if not exactly in form. Such is the case with this compact mountain dwelling in China.
Comprising prefabricated elements assembled on site, the 540-square-foot rooms are made from wood and have an arched shape that’s reminiscent of a boat’s bow.
The white nets stretch from tree to tree like spider webs, allowing people to play among the tree branches without fear of falling.
The Shanghai show apartment is divided into zones by way of built-ins and clever use of textures like boldly colored geometric rugs.
Chinese firm FANAF Architects transformed the 330-square-foot living space for a reality TV show.
Design firm Sim-plex turned the 324-square-foot space into an efficient home with plenty of built-ins.
A new video tour offers an on-the-ground view of MVRDV’s out-of-this-world design.
Blush pink walls. Brass mirrored surfaces. Pastel-colored furniture. It’s all delightfully on-trend.
It’s the first satellite location for the renowned pop-up architecture program in London.
A breathtaking "stage" for admiring the landscape, the striking building can also host meetings, exhibitions, and workshops.
The traditional Beijing courtyard house was completely overhauled into a modern multigenerational home.