Posts by Author: LYCS

LYCS’ school in hangzhou looks like a kid’s impromptu drawing


the kindergarten and a primary school project allows the kids to enjoy their own fairytale-like campus following their growth and emotions.

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LYCS architecture designs a headquarters for baoye group in shanghai


the interior design is an architectural clue, which penetrates both its content and context, interweaves with its spatial logic.

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LYCS architecture sets 2100 club, the world’s first blockchain bar in hangzhou


the spot is committed to creating a gathering place for talents to share ideas about the latest internet technology, industry integration, and entrepreneurship.

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LYCS architecture converts chinese textile warehouse into multi-purpose office building


by reusing an outdated warehouses, the project is a good example of contemporary chinese urbanization – widely practiced as an urban renewal method.

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LYCS’ shanghai baoye center maximizes the quality of office space


LYCS' result brings the balance between massing and spatial sequence, between program and promenade experience; an innovation to the rule of 'maximum office space availability'.

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LYCS architecture’s mylines westlake is designed as a themed lovers hotel in east china


LYCS' design for 'mylines hotel' not only focuses on stimulating its guests of new experience, but aims to create four indispensable senses: relaxation, romance, relief and passion.

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