Whether you see a giant horseshoe, slinky, or traditional Chinese arch bridge, the new Sheraton Huzhou Hot Spring Resort is hard to miss.
While news of China’s luxury and fashion markets -- and their consumers -- often make for attractive headlines, one story often lost in the mix is the Chinese creatives powering the country's burgeoning design industry.
As China’s economy continues to develop and the Chinese design industry increasingly matures, companies in China are starting to reverse the talent flow that has typically moved from China to the United States.
After winning the design commission in 2011, Zaha Hadid Architects recently broke ground on the Meixihu International Culture and Art Centre, a massive new cultural complex in Changsha, Hunan province.
Following Beijing’s Opposite House and Shang Xia’s Shanghai and Beijing boutiques, Japanese architect Kengo Kuma is adding yet another China-based project to his repertoire.