"Shenzhen Zhongzhou? mall"
Company: Jiang & Associates Creative Design
Designer(s): J&A Jiang & Associates Design, China
Category: Interior Design, Professional
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The project is located across the Lingzhi Park, and J&A
includes the natural and ecological environment of the park
into the project design, bringing the contour lines on the
topographic map into the space design of the shopping mall
as a design philosophy. The dynamic curves help to guide
consumers to move in the space. The designer applies such
natural elements as leaves, butterflies and birds into the
mall as decoration, seamlessly connecting the commercial
space and the life space. As a result, the indoor and the
outdoor scenery interact with each other, offering a
pleasant shopping experience, which in turn creates a
shopping center with a densely natural and relaxing
About the Designer/Company
Headquartered in Shenzhen, China, J&A Jiang & Associates Design (former J & A Frank Jiang Design)has established its regional branches in Hong Kong, Beijing, Shanghai, Dalian and Wuhan..It boasts an international design team of more than five hundred employees with business covering shopping center, hotel and club, office space and public architecture to rail transport. Now, it extends to fields in architectural design, mechanical and electrical design, lighting design, furnishings design, graphic design and BIM design. For more than ten years, J & A has constantly focused on HOPSCA design, devoted to provide integrated and specialized solutions throughout the entire process of China's urbanization development.
J&A is good at integrating international mindset with local characteristics to provide creative and commerce-concerned design plan for each project. Equipped with professional design techniques and prospective industry insight, it has become a leader in China's HOPSCA design and developed great cooperative relationships with China Resources, China Vanke, Greenland, Longfor, Hutchison Whampoa, Huawei and many other well-known developers.