A new bubble tea space in Shenzhen attracts contemporary café-goers by Lauren Grace Morris for Frame

[Extract] With our recent projects in China, our clients represent a new generation, changing the way design is perceived in the country,’ said Jean-Pierre Biasol, founder of the studio. ‘They are second or third-generation locals, all internationally educated and with a global appreciation for design. They all have two things in common: One, they want to reinstate a reputation for good design quality, originality and authenticity in China. And two, they choose to work with an international studio because they believe we can bring something different to the world through our international approach and design sensibilities.’

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