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International luxury furniture brands are marking time The explosive growth of the Chinese luxury market pre 2012 was seized upon not only by fashion, accessory, watch and jewellery brands, but also luxury furniture brands, and all had planned aggressive market expansion ...

General furniture market The overall market for furniture in China is by most estimations growing at between 20 and 30% per year and has been for the past two to three years, and according to our own research, we predict that ...

Greater control of new home purchases, changes the interiors landscape The property boom in China over the past few years has in many cases resulted in investors buying homes and then leaving them empty often for many years at a time. ...

The huge number of paper $ millionaires in China has been created in the main by the property market. They bought homes as a safe investment, and carried on doing so for the past ten years. There has been talk ...

On May 12th this year, Agence France-Presse reported in an article entitled ‘China's demand for luxury furniture kills a lot of red woods’, that the rapid expansion of the Chinese demand for luxury furniture was stimulating the illegal deforestation across ...

The explosive growth of the Chinese luxury market pre 2012 was seized upon not only by fashion, accessory, watch and jewellery brands, but also luxury furniture brands, and all had planned aggressive market expansion strategies. In August 2012, there were 8 ...

Business-living buildings are mixed use structures containing both business and residential space offered with property rights for 50 years. While property rights for retail or offices buildings themselves are only 40 years. Take Beijing for example, the data from the Beijing ...

In recent years, many Chinese have started to look for property investment opportunities overseas for a variety of reasons. One of which has been the uncertainty of property ownership in China, where in fact all land belongs to the state ...

The majority of consumers of high-end furniture are Chinese affluent middle class, who are positive, energetic and passionate about work and life, eager to succeed and confidant, yet at the same time insecure and require reassurance through marketing. They ...

Similar to those working in the luxury sector, furniture brands that already have a foothold in the market have been expanding their footprint across the country particularly over the last two years. In the past few years, more foreign ...

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