X+Living Design Studio Features The Most Eccentric Design Style – Founded by Li Xiang, a young talented interior designer, this design studio is becoming one of the most famous firms in Shanghai thanks to their eccentric interior design and furniture ideas. From unique hospitality projects to commercial interiors, discover more here about their incredible ideas and projects!
The Shanghai-based design studio run by Li Xiang operates at the crossroads of architecture, interior design, and furniture design. With her eccentric design ideas, Li’s main goals as a young talented designer are to bring surprise and happiness to boring daily life and make people be immersed with a whimsical and artistic world. In other words, Li’s avant-garde artistic creativity has the main goal to eliminate the sense of distance between art and life.
After studying and working abroad, Li Xiang has been involved in the field of interior design across boundaries and has created many fine art space examples and extraordinary business legends in cultural, retail, hotel, and other diversified formats. The X+Living Design Studio was founded in 2015 to achieve the ultimate presentation of space integrity.
Its high-end design works have become the leading benchmark for aesthetic design and strategic design in the industry, and have won authoritative recognition worldwide. Thanks to her incredible work, her design studio has been recognized with several international top design awards including the “Design Hero” by the Italian Design Award – A Design Award.
One of the most famous design projects designed by this Shanghai-based design studio is the stunning Zhuyeqing Green tea flagship store. Inspired by the Mount Emei, a peak near Zhuyeqing’s green tea farms and production facilities, Li wanted to resent the landscape of high mountains shrouded in mist in the design project, in order to provide an immersive experience.
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