Atelier Deshaus' Transforms Shanghai's Riverfront in 3 Cultural Projects
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Long Museum West Bund / Atelier Deshaus. Image © Laurian Ghintiou
In a creative scene that is already bursting with talent and innovation, Atelier Deshaus' works in China stand out. Their projects, often renovations of existing spaces, do not follow particular rules of style set by others or even themselves. Yet they are united in their subtle and enigmatic take on the experience of space in the ever-changing urban environments in China. Shanghai Modern Art Museum
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Shanghai Modern Art Museum / Atelier Deshaus. Image © Laurian Ghintiou
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