The site is located in a li-long – a typical late 19th century Shanghai neighborhood characterized by the laneways that connect the history, buildings, inhabitants and gossips within.
Over the years, this Wintersweet witnessed the passage of time while surviving numerous abuses and a lack of maintenance. To protect it and keep it secret, Lukstudio create a buffer to the laneways, starting with a large glazed door framed in a stainless steel lined porch, followed by a series of spaces that includes a foyer gallery, utility rooms and pantry.
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Office around a tree, Shanghai
Design team: Christina Luk, Wesley Shu, Scott Baker, Mavis Li
Contractor: Shanghai Dong Yuan
Furniture supplier: Hay, Paustian, Fermob
Lighting supplier: Tons
Area: 133 sqm