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Singaporean architectural firm, Nota Design International, have designed the facade and interior of the Qing Shui Wan Spa Hotel in Shenyang, China.
This luxury spa club offers natural hot springs, Turkish baths, tea appreciation rooms, many massage and treatment rooms, a hair salon, a cinema lounge and restaurants in addition to their 24 hotel rooms.
Shangai-based architectural practice Kokaistudios has recently completed the interior of the House of the Tree, a 6,630 square foot duplex penthouse.
This penthouse apartment is located on the 48th and 49th floors of a luxury residential building in Shenzhen, a major city in the south of Southern China’s Guangdong Province, situated immediately north of Hong Kong.
the “Kiev” is a former Soviet military aircraft carrier that has been revamped and is set to reopen as a floating luxury hotel in China.
The upcoming opening of the Kiev comes just days after sea trials for China’s first aircraft carrier Varyag caused heightened tension in the South China Sea.
Proudly billed as China’s first aircraft carrier hotel, the Tiajin Aircraft Carrier Hotel’s owners believe China’s burgeoning naval power will drum up customer interest.
Built on a brownfield of a former industrial site, Houtan Park is a regenerative living landscape on Shanghai’s Huangpu riverfront in China.
Designed by Beijing-based practice Turenscape, the park was completed in 2010 for the Shanghai World Expo to accommodate for a large number of visitors during the event’s running time and then remain as a permanent waterfront park by the huangpu river.
London-based studio Roewu Architecture has completed the Bamboo Forest House, a vacation house in eastern Taiwan.
Located in a dense urban area and confined on two sides by blank party walls the house must gain all its light and air from the street while maintaining privacy and security.
Designed to accommodate an extended family, the house has an unusual exterior with its bamboo screen.