Lukstudio Office

Lukstudio have completed this new office for themselves. Wrapped around a glass walled courtyard with a tree at its centre, the office emphasises flexibility in use and is amply lit with natural light.

Architects: Lukstudio
Location: Shanghai
Design Team: Christina Luk, Wesley Shu, Scott Baker, Mavis Li
Area: 133 sqm
Year: 2014
General Contractor: Shanghai Dong Yuan
Furniture Supplier: Hay, Paustian, Fermob
Lighting Supplier: Tons
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Aime Patisserie

Lukstudio have designed this small patisserie extending features of the brand’s packaging into architectural form whilst maximising usage of a small space.

The shop stands in a row originally fronted with dark wooden panels. These are replaced with a predominantly white facade creating a strong presence and a contrast with adjacent businesses.

The display window and a lit panel above introduce a motif of regularly overlapping semi- circles derived from the design of the shop’s gift boxes. Once inside, one finds this repeated in a feature wall behind the service counter.

The interior, despite its modest dimensions, employs several features that create the impression of a larger space.

The elongated form of the counter where guests may sit for a coffee or cake gives the impression of additional length.

A step up in the ceiling, along with a corresponding division in the floor, distinguish the service area whilst also creating a sense of opening up as one approaches it.

The wall opposite the service counter curves in such a way that it recedes in the peripheral vision as one faces the counter making the narrow space feel less restrictive.

Architects: Lukstudio
Location: Huangpu District, Shanghai
Area: 63 sqm
Scope: Interior design, custom furniture and lighting design
Design: October – December 2013
Construction: December 2013 – February 2014
Project team: Christina Luk, Mavis Li, Wesley Shu, Scott Baker, Special thanks to Jaycee Chui, More Design Office
Lighting consultant: German To for Lucent Lit Co. Ltd.
General contractor: Dongde Decor
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Pantry’s Best

Lukstudio completed three stores for the cupcake brand, Pantry’s Best, in Shanghai

Client: Pantry’s Best
Scope: storefront design, custom furniture & lighting design
Area: L’Avenue 53 sqm / K11 Art Mall 14 sqm / Jing’an Joinbuy City Plaza 14 sqm

L’Avenue / K11
Design: Nov 2014 – Jan 2015
Construction: Feb – April 2015
Design team: Christina Luk, Cai Jin Hong, Pao Yee Lim, Wesley Shu, special thanks to Lexi B and Mama Irene

Jung’an Joinbuy City Plaza
Design: 16 March 2016 – 16 April 2016
Construction: 16 April 2016 – 29 April 2016
Design team: Christina Luk, Cai Jin Hong, Ma Kun
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