// arthitectural / cinema
  • The façade of the existing building is enclosed and not very visible. The idea is to turn this feature into an advantage by creating a pathway to the cinema theatres. The dark, charcoal grey façade is a reference to the ambiance in cinema theatres. Its main features are cinema posters and neon signs. The red […]


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  • In order to benchmark modern cinema designs in Nanjing, the design team developed a “dreamlike’ concept to suit the most upbeat and trendy lifestyle, a design journey to creating a dream space started. Brought together with hardware and software, a new kind of cinema is born. If movie studios were places that dreams were born, […]


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ICE CUBE propose itself, due to its physical and scenic characteristic, as a new Landmark, whose aim is to reconfigure the visual connections between the volume of the ex cinema Russia, Pushink square and the city urban context. ICE CUBE will become the new container for Pushkinsky cinema, that in the course of time has been […]


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