Living in Shanghai
The Images Publishing Group
Territory: World excluding Japan, South Korea, North Korea, and South East Asia
Size: 290 mm x 235 mm
Illustrations: 350 colour
- Covers planning, architecture, interior design and landscape design from the perspectives of homeowners, making this a useful manual for designers
- An introduction to Shanghai through the eyes of its residents
- Edited by Shanghai Daily, the most popular English newspaper in China
For many people, their home encapsulates their life. No matter how big or small, a home is a direct representation of the homeowner's attitude, their opinions, and their individual aesthetics.
Using the home as a starting point, this compilation is filled with the first-hand accounts of local and international residents who live in Shanghai. People from all professions - office workers, chefs, designers, and even diplomats - describe their daily lives and how they have come to find themselves in this metropolis, whether they reside in small apartments, studio spaces, three-storey lane houses, or modern skyscraper apartments overlooking Pudong's immense skyline. Each resident tells their personal story, offering a unique insight into why so many people from around the world have made their home in Shanghai.