Located on the 56th floor of the Jin Mao Tower (one of the tallest buildings in the world), the breathtaking spiral leading to the top floors of the skyscraper surrounds the interiors designed by Tony Chi, trying to maintain the traditional Chinese decor, yet conferring an aura of calmness. You can enjoy a drink or some tea, whilst enjoying some piano or jazz live music.
Present in London, New York and Tokyo, its designs reflect its already existing venues, with a dimmed red light, detailed drawings on the walls, and funky details spread all over. It’s one of the best clubs in Shanghai, with known deejays playing on weekends (such as Young Franco), and more relaxed music during the week.
Hosting a maximum of ten people, the restaurant serving famed chef Paul Pairet‘s dishes surrounds its guests with a full sensory experience designed by Magma Deisgn, including displayed images , scents and sounds.
By MQ Studio, The Nest wanted to originally get inspired by the name and impersonate it through its interior design. Sponsored by Grey Goose and MUSE Group, it serves dishes reminiscent of Scandinavia and East-European countries, and signature cocktails by Carson Xie, who managed the Park Hyatt bar before working here.
By Archi Union architects, it’s architecture and furniture colors blend perfectly with the surrounding nature. Perfect for an afternoon tea, you could also stop and read a book in the reading room, with a nice view and trees embedded into the walls.
Again by Archi Union, the curvy, welcoming wall lines and the contrasting lights with dark-painted interiors, this museum is great for enjoying some art, as well as to get a coffee and admire the subtly elegant interior decor.