Global design firm Benoy has created some of China’s most distinctive architectural landmarks since the UK-based studio first opened its doors in Shanghai in 2008. Today, as the firm celebrates the ten-year anniversary of its first office in mainland China,… Read More>>
The city of Nanjing is undertaking a $2 billion project to rebuild a three-kilometre stretch of riverfront which has long been home to an array of decaying factories and workshops, into a new urban district providing homes, workplaces and centres… Read More>>
As jet travel has become more common, it has also often become an ordeal as passengers scurry through security drills, and rush through increasingly crowded concourses to catch their planes on time.
When Changi Airport Group, which manages… Read More>>
Hong Kong’s Victoria Harbour is about to be reshaped by a HK$12 billion redevelopment project, and a non-profit initiative jointly led by award-winning design firm Benoy is promoting discussion of how best to make use of the newest space where… Read More>>
Global design firm Benoy announced today that it has appointed Darren Cartlidge as its Regional Operations Director based in Hong Kong, giving the 20 year industry veteran responsibility for projects in China, Southeast Asia and the other Australasia for the… Read More>>
One of the most appealing elements of Shanghai is the city’s walkability. Originally built as a community connected by streetcars, bicycles and foot traffic, the city’s core areas have long been enhanced by tree-lined streets and broad sidewalks that welcome… Read More>>
As part of our ongoing drive to improve Mingtiandi, today we are rolling out a new version of our email newsletter.
The updated design was created to make it easier for readers to view the daily and weekly editions of… Read More>>
Beijing-based design house Penda recently proposed a rebar and timber cafe lined with planters for a Chinese real estate developer that hopes to take the green restaurant concept nationwide.
Commissioned by Beijing hotel developer Hongkun to come up with a… Read More>>
A matched pair of hyper-green, male and female, towers are set to stretch a full kilometre from the ground in the central Chinese city of Wuhan, if a local chemical company and some London architects succeed in a recent architectural… Read More>>
The organiser of China’s pavilion at Expo 2015 in Milan has selected a proposal by New York-based architecture firm Link-Arc, together with partner Tsinghua University, as the winner of the competition to design China’s entry in the upcoming world’s fair.