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    Jing'an Residence by Mason Studio

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    Shaoxing•YANGO Tanyue Sales Center SHAOXING•

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    Pine Ave for ANGLE and BuxtonGroup - The Stella Collective

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    Pine Ave for ANGLE and BuxtonGroup - The Stella Collective

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    Endless Blue Life Hall - G&K International Design Institution

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    Endless Blue Life Hall - G&K International Design Institution

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The global home: outstanding visions

Alison Carter
07 Apr 2019

These entries in the residential category showcase new designs worldwide

Shaoxing•YANGO Tanyue Sales Center covers an area of 472 square meters, the project was designed for  YANGO Group, which has now listed as one of the top 500 enterprises in the world and set up more than 30 branch offices around China. The "flowing water and floating cloud" design inspiration delivers a unique atmosphere of the Jiangnan area known as the water town in China by filling the space with elements of the form of running water. It also emphasizes a sense of depth of space, adopting special materials to create applicable functional areas.

Pine Ave for ANGLE and BuxtonGroup from The Stella Collective imbues Elwood's effortless combination of beachside luxe and Art Deco design.  Pine Ave is a stunning collection of eight, three storey townhomes in Melbourne, Australia. Featuring distinctive circular forms and curvature seen in the Art Deco movement of the 1920s/30s, each stage of Pine Ave’s conception was painstakingly researched, workshopped and visualised, creating a home that is stylised, instinctual extension of effortless, modern living.

The designers from G&K International Design Institution have used an "Art Library" as the design theme for the Endless Blue Life Hall.  The project combines an art exhibition hall, library and a sales office together; plays an important role in aesthetic communication.The project is located at the beautiful Jinyin Lake area in Wuhan. Designers used “clean water, white clouds and blue sky" as the design concept, to create a harmonic art life between human and nature. 

The Jjng’an townhomes express how essentialism redefines accepted notions of luxury within the traditional urban context of Shanghai, China. Jing’an from Mason Studio were completed in August of 2018 and are designed with a minimal design approach for multi-generational families. Named after a two-thousand-year-old temple, the Jing’an district is deeply rooted in culture and tradition and is the physical and symbolic center of the community. 

This is just a snapshot of the many outstanding entries that have come for this year’s WIN Awards, to see them all please click here.  

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