Gridtastic Boutique Office in Shanghai, China by DAS Lab | Yellowtrace

Gridtastic Boutique Office in Shanghai, China by DAS Lab.

Shanghai-based interiors studio DAS Lab have designed their very own office space in the urban Xuhui District, driven by the concept of ‘emotional reversal’. Shanghai-based DAS Lab has used steel grids throughout their own office...
Tingtai Teahouse in Shanghai, China by Linehouse | Yellowtrace

Tingtai Teahouse in Shanghai, China by Linehouse.

With an emerging coffee house culture in China showing no signs of slowing down, the traditional teahouses in Asia have had to step up their game to stay relevant in today’s highly competitive hospitality market. Linehouse’s latest...
Urban Revivo Flagship Store in Shanghai, China by DOMANI | Yellowtrace

Urban Revivo Flagship Store in Shanghai, China by DOMANI.

Guangzhou-based design studio DOMANI is back on our pages, with yet another killer retail project. This time for a young Chinese fashion brand Urban Revivo, and their flagship in Shanghai, China. In order to create a captivating retail...
F.E.D. Restaurant in Shanghai by Alberto Caiola | Yellowtrace

F.E.D. Restaurant in Shanghai by Alberto Caiola.

F.E.D. is a modern Shanghai eatery that incorporates edible blooms into an innovative fusion of dishes and drinks. Inspired by its ingenious cuisine, the restaurant’s interiors incorporate visual abstractions of this central floral theme...
Lifestyle Academy in Shanghai, China by Mur Mur Lab | Yellowtrace

Lifestyle Academy in Shanghai, China by Mur Mur Lab.

Shanghai-based studio Mur Mur Lab seems to have a fondness for futuristic, ultramodern retail spaces. Their work is centred on creating playful shopping destinations, which capture a sense of theatre and escapism – those elements of...
Return of Glass Block Architecture Trend, Curated by Yellowtrace.

Bricks Decoded: The Return of Glass Blocks.

Go on. Admit it. The thought of glass blocks probably makes you shudder. Unless you fall into the 5%* category of new generation designers who have already embraced the potential of this highly misunderstood and marginalised building...