by Alessandra Tracogna, CSIL Centre for Industrial Studies – Milan, Italy
(www.worldfurnitureonline.com)

by Cecilia Pisa, CSIL Centre for Industrial Studies – Milan, Italy
(www.worldfurnitureonline.com

by Giulia Taveggia, CSIL Centre for Industrial Studies – Milan, Italy
(www.worldfurnitureonline.com) 

by Mauro Spinelli, CSIL Centre for Industrial Studies – Milan, Italy
(www.worldfurnitureonline.com)

Not just a luxury brand, but rather a veritable sophisticated lifestyle, a harmonic partnership between ancient Chinese traditions and modern design.

In a number of different home furnishing projects, neo-Chinese design carries forward the quintessence of traditional Chinese style and oriental aesthetics so as to amaze people with its artistic conception.

Debrah’s is ready to attend in a big way CIFF Guangzhou in March.

Nanjing Green Towers, designed by Stefano Boeri Architects and promoted by Nanjing Yang Zi State-owned National Investment Group, will be the first Vertical Forest built in Asia.

In Shanghai, on the banks of the Huangpu River, the Mandarin Oriental is not just a five star hotel, but a veritable luxury treasure chest.

FunPlus is a mobile social gaming company that puts fun first for players worldwide.

The Shanghai Tower, designed by Gensler, represents a new frontier in eco-sustainable design and technological innovation.

The blank first page of a new notebook represents possibility of ideas yet unwritten and futures yet to be decided.

The Bamboo Courtyard Teahouse is in Yangzhou, a city lying to the north west of Shanghai.

At Hakkasan, traditional Chinese cuisine is reinvented in terms of taste and appearance, in a luxurious and glamorous location.

Zhu Xiaojie is one the best-known Chinese home furniture designers, and his creations move between traditional symbols and contemporary design.