The Linyi MixC mixed-use centre opens in China

The Linyi MixC mixed-use development has opened to the public in Linyi, the largest city in China’s Shandong Province.

Located in the centre of the city, this mixed-use project includes retail, F&B, offices and residential apartments. The 101,300m2 GBA development will be spread across six floors.

Linyi is known for being a major centre of China’s diamond industry, as well as for its exquisite calligraphy – our interior design concept draws inspiration from both to create a visual representation of the area’s culture and history.

The design replicates the lines formed by the diamond cutting process, providing a common design motif throughout the ceiling and atrium cornices, the centre’s three atriums and the retail mall.

Two different floor textures are used for the public walkways and the urban park area at the upper levels, creating a stylish, uncluttered and visually stimulating shopping space.

The MixC at Linyi was designed by Chapman Taylor's Shanghai studio. We wish everyone at the centre many years of successful trading.

Peter Mackey (Dip Arch)

Director, Shanghai and Beijing

With over 25 years’ professional experience, Peter is responsible for Chapman Taylor’s Interior design projects across China.

He qualified in 1993 from Sheffield University with a Diploma in Architecture and spent several years working in the UK and Hong Kong before moving to Shanghai in 1997.

Peter has worked with Chapman Taylor in China since 2007, is one of the founding Directors of our Shanghai studio, and has delivered some of Chapman Taylor’s largest and most successful projects.

Areas of expertise:

Masterplanning / Architecture / Interior Design

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