As the technology develops in a tremendous pace, more and more AI innovations have emerged. People’s lifestyle in working, communicating and transporting has changed dramatically. However, the business space that has the most interactions with people has remained the same for decades.
As the era of shared economy has come, Mexarts has realized that a revolutionary change in business space will happen soon.
To spark a profound deliberation in all relevant industries about the trend of business space in shared era, invited by SinoExpo, Mexarts planed a forum with SinoExpo themed with “metropolitan futurism” at HOTEL & SHOP PLUS SHANGHAI, with the purpose of promoting cross-industry collaboration and leading a space revolution, transforming traditional business space into an experiential scenario with warmth and emotion, and exploring the possibilities of future spaces.
On the forum, Lv Dongdan, Chairman of Mexarts and Kathryn Zheng, President of Mexarts, along with over 10 first-class designers from China, Japan and Denmark shared their understanding and inspiration about the business space in the era of shared economy. The two-day session witnessed a full audience and was watched by more than 200,000 viewers on live stream platform.
Kathryn Zheng, President of Mexarts Group lectured about A Design Revolution Focusing on People in the Era of Shared Economy. She explained how the business space accomplished its aesthetic commercial value via a people-oriented design and a shared experience via a deep analysis of the Mexarts contribution to Starbucks Reserve Roastery Shanghai.
Ms. Liu Jia, CEO of Mofang Apartment lectured about rental apartment, which is favored by the younger generation. She analyzed the current situation and future perspective of the rental apartment industry in China from product design, the balance of personalization and functionality. She also introduced Yangzi, the younger brand of Mexarts Group, and Moyang, a collaborated brand of Mofang and Yangzi, dedicated to custom-made soft decoration for rental apartments targeting the young people.
Yoshiyuki Takashiro, a well-known hotel designer spoke about injecting new life to old buildings through renovation. He believed that as time changes, architecture needs better expression. Designers should think about how to express the building’s innate sophistication and make relevant changes.
Tasuro Sasaki, Japanese architect and Mexarts’ chief resort hotel designer thought that every design has its exclusive DNA. Whatever element you use, it’s important to pass on the exclusiveness to the consumers.
Eiji Yoshida, Chief Designer of Mexarts Design Academy took the Tokyo Louis Vuitton as an example and illustrated his opinion on how to make use of special elements and grains to impress people, in addition to space design. Furthermore, he believed that it took not only the powerful design and superior craftsmanship but also passion and love.
Sofie from Denmark is a light designer. She shared how lights can enhance the soft decoration quality of business spaces through several cases.
Mexarts worked with 12 international well-known brands and built 12 different business scenarios in the forum area. Life aesthetics that is rich in art, quality and personalization can offer a wonderful experience for everyone, wherever they are.
High-end hotels, clubs and boss’s office are considered the second life space for elites. In the exhibited space created by Mexarts, from the gold to dark blue, the curvy wall has a perfect gradients, segregating different sections while adding a rich colorful expression to the space. In this way, the business space extends to more design possibilities.
Thanks to intelligent technology, the rental apartment can be connected to a life design service platform and create a brand new experience of scenario consumption. Mofang, a leading brand in rental apartment worked with Yangzi of Mexarts to create an experiential section, redefining rental apartment for metropolis youth, customizing a great life in a small space.
By introducing the concept of sharing, we can break up the conventional office space so that the service resource can be shared thoroughly. The human-oriented design will improve the experience and efficiency.
Mexarts sparked more cross-industry deliberation with the business space aesthetics full of art, quality and personalization. From shared economy, cross industry to merging and innovation, they focused on people-oriented design, bringing a revolutionary change to business space and create a new business mode and business values.