LYCS Architecture|LYCS Architecture|LYCS Architecture||LYCS’s bright white converted roof space in a Hangzhou office tower|Access to the original lift shaft is retained via a surreal sub-glass staircase|Strip lighting set into the tops of the beams throws light onto the ceiling||
06 Dec 2011

LYCS designs own Hangzhou rooftop workspace

Words by James McLachlan

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