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Element Plus Shanghai Showroom Featured by Toutiao

Friday, July 10, 2020

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Toutiao official account features the Robarts Spaces designed Element Plus Shanghai showroom. The design of this showroom achieves structure and order in a space that is otherwise quite unique and irregular. The showroom interior intertwines many visible and invisible lines, designed and arranged to accentuate the freshness of the visual encounter and allow visitors to experience and interact with products in an engaging setting. View the Toutiao post here.

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Robarts Spaces Dragonboat Festival Greetings

Tuesday, June 23, 2020

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All of us at Robarts Spaces wish you a joyous Dragonboat Festival

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King & Wood Mallesons Beijing Office Special Featured by AD

Wednesday, May 20, 2020

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Recent AD WeChat official account special featured King & Wood Mallesons Beijing office. Inspired by the Chinese poetic vision of ‘Yi Zhen, Yi Huan’, the design expressed people for much more than just another functional and beautiful space. Here is an efficient law office, a vibrant and happy community… even a place to go to be inspired. More information can be found here.

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Finding Beauty

Tuesday, May 19, 2020

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Over the past weeks, we have invited you, our colleagues, clients, collaborators, and friends to join us in Finding Beauty, to transform challenge into an opportunity to look with a new perspective. We are delighted to again share some recent submissions. Email yours to findingbeauty@robartsspaces.com

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Shui On Land Headquarters Featured by Interior Design Magazine

Friday, May 15, 2020

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Interior Design Magazine has published an online feature on our recently finished renovation of Shui On Land Headquarters in Shanghai. This project celebrates a story of social renaissance, of life, connectivity, purpose, and people, with the design being inspired by Richard Bach’s book, “Jonathan Livingston Seagull”. For more on the project, the feature can be found here.


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