Wutopia Lab Is Turning China into a Major Playground Destination ⇒ Wutopia Lab is founded by the chief architect Yu-Ting in Shanghai, which is an architecture company based on a new paradigm of a complex system. Wutopia Lab regards Shanghai’s culture and lifestyle as a starting point, using architecture as a tool to promote sociological progress within building practice.
Polycarbonate Neverland – Aranya Kid’s Restaurant
By digesting the physical properties of materials, the studio hoped to create a place that loses material texture and spatial orientation. The carbonate polymer material used in the “One person’s gallery” case was used in combination with light to create an experience of losing a sense of size and texture. Bubbles, colourless and transparent, will refract the rainbow and are fleeting and unpredictable, but kids love them. The kid’s restaurant should be a polycarbonate neverland.
Blue Heart – Youkong Living Room
In February this year, The Youkong Living Room designed by Wutopia for Vanke Midwest finished its construction in Chengdu’s Go Mall. After a 20-year development of the real estate, almost every Chinese citizen now lives in “Xiao Qu”, the Chinese name for the closed residential district. With highly similar space layouts, “Xiao Qu” creates nearly zero communal space for residents that it’s hard to create a community in such circumstance.
Lolly-Laputan Educational Restaurant
The Fairyland Premium Kids Café designed by Wutopia Lab is officially open to the public in Dalian. The brand is mutually owned by PACEE Education and Fairyland so that there will be shared resources from PACEE that the client wishes kids can enjoy learning with entertainment. This cafe will be the first educational family restaurant in China.
Get the Cloudy Look
The cloud lamp has an RGB light and speakers. The sound system can be controlled by a mobile app that connects with the cloud lamp by Bluetooth. You can choose the music you want to play on your smartphone. The app has also a sleep assistant. The light system can be controlled by a mobile app or with remote control. You can choose the colour, the intensity of the light and lighting effects.
123+ Growth Center
The Designer decided to build a space that completely belongs to kids, rather than using concrete figurative that many adults believe kids will prefer. Thanks to the restriction of the facade, an inner world was gained.
Do you like this post? So be sure to share it in any of the social media channels or let your comment below. Help us to keep our blog up to date with quality content about Wutopia Lab and much more. Your feedback helps us to improve. And don’t forget to subscribe to our Newsletter and follow us on FACEBOOK, TWITTER and PINTEREST!