China Style

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Periplus, 2002 - Architecture - 208 pages
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Dip into this beautiful book to explore the contemporary Chinese aesthetic. Minimalist metropolitan apartments, 1930's art deco, Peranakan shop-houses, and New York lofts are all showcased in this beautiful design book. Photographed in locations as diverse as Shanghai, New York, Hong Kong, Singapore, and other Southeast Asian destinations, China Style includes homes, hotels, restaurants, and shops that have never before been photographed and shows how Chinese tradition is constantly being reinterpreted to produce a fresh and dynamic style of contemporary design.

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Relying on contemporary Chinese commercial and domestic interiors, primarily in Hong Kong and Shanghai, this work presents a sophisticated urban interpretation of Chinese design style. The designs ... Read full review

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About the author (2002)

Sharon Leece, a writer based in Hong Kong, was editor-in-chief of Elle Decoration (Hong Kong). She currently writes interiors and design features for a variety of magazines, as well as a weekly design column for the South China Morning Post

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