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Here are a few new images of SPARK’s studios: A snap shot in time, a poignant reflection of SPARK’s 2020. Our day to day environment from the serious to kitsch elements of our collective culture illustrated with a little “pop art” irony fashioned à la...

It is difficult for designers to evaluate and demonstrate the social impact and meaning of their work on people and communities. Methods of measurement are at best elusive tools but needless to say we collectively need to place increased emphasis on the creation of social...

The Shenzhen, Taizi Bay Office interiors designed by SPARK form part of China Merchant’s portfolio of mixed-used developments in the Greater Bay area (GBA). SPARK’s project is the first phase of a new generation of office interiors that lays the foundation for future of work,...

Since 2014, SPARK has been conducting at least one self-funded and self-initiated research project a year. The beginning of each of these research projects is not a client or design brief, but sincere observations of the various aspects of our lives. Be it social, environmental...

Our team will if selected develop a master plan that embraces plurality, a potpourri of structured design and commercial invention. A vision that brings science and research into being. Thamesmead will be born of a digital world fundamental to the ultimate delivery of a post Covid...

Retail has been adjusting to life in the digital age. The current COVID pandemic has served to hasten this process of adjustment as it touches almost every aspect of everyday life. SPARK’s transformation of an old-style shopping mall into GR.iD, a regenerated place to “be”,...

Next week on 31st October marks the seventh World Cities Day, this year’s theme is " Valuing Our Communities and Cities ". Through the implementation of local community planning to promote sustainable urban development and improve the living environment. SPARK’s Shanghai Minhang Riverfront transformation adds...

Contemporary design in China is at an intriguing stage. The country has traditionally been known for, at one extreme, its refined historic architecture and the other shape driven mega projects. Now contemporary design and architecture focused on place and people is becoming more prevalent. China’s...

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