1. Chao Restaurant

Shanghai’s Minhang District, Shanghai

Atelier XY designed Chao Restaurant in Shanghai as a peaceful dining space amidst the city, blending Chinese artistry with modern aesthetics. The interior features diverse spatial dimensions, neutral colors for a sophisticated dining experience, departing from traditional Chinese design.

2. Lunar Restaurant

West Jianguo Road, Shanghai

Lunar, a modern Chinese restaurant by Sò Studio led by Chef Johnston Teo, is inspired by Chinese gardens. The design reflects the restaurant’s name with graceful curves. A standout feature is the tea brick wall in the ground floor tea stall, integrating tea pairings with meals to enhance the dining experience visually and aromatically.

3. Looknow

Xintiandi Fashion Phase II, Shanghai

Sò Studio designed the LOOKNOW flagship store in Xintiandi with a contemporary and minimalist interior, segmented into an exhibition space, an accessories section, and a primary display area split into Live Artwork and Resident In.

4. Basdban Cafe

Shanghai’s Yuyuan Road, Shanghai

The new Shanghai cafe and coffee hub, Basdban, designed by dongqi Architects, combines stainless steel and concrete to reflect an industrial-cool vibe while honoring the building’s history. Retaining traces from multiple renovations adds uniqueness, preserving the building’s texture and history while showcasing the brand’s identity.

5. Café La Loop 86

Shanghai’s Shipyard 1862, Shanghai

Café La Loop 86 designed by Jun Murata, integrates a cafe and gallery in Kengo Kuma’s versatile space. Murata’s design honors Kuma’s vision with wood and brass details, Hans Wegner’s Wishbone chairs, and a gradient glass facade blending with the concrete surroundings.

6. The Sukhothai

Weihai Road, Shanghai

The Sukhothai Shanghai enlisted the local design duo Neri&Hu to bring a touch of elegance to its 170 guest rooms and 31 suites located in the new Taikoo Hui mixed-use lifestyle complex. Tailored to appeal to sophisticated travelers, the interiors showcase natural materials and textures in calming neutral colors, along with a handpicked collection of over 30 artworks.

7. The Shanghai EDITION

Nanjing Road East, Huangpu, Shanghai

The Shanghai version of Ian Schrager’s hotel is a popular spot for locals and tourists, offering attractions within the hotel itself. It is located in a vibrant shopping district and near the picturesque Bund area, blending traditional and contemporary elements.

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