Cinema “Future Wild” the first sci-fi and futuristic Cinema City which is filled with raw and sensual elements of the avant-garde – a combination of sci-fi elements for the first flagship of the Sunway Movie Park cinema chain in Urumqi China. Culture and customs in Xinjiang are not only colorful, but incredibly wild. We put full use of these original and sensual elements whilst combining science fiction to create a movie theatre like no other in this city.

FUTURE WILD  URUMQI SUNWAY MOVIE PARK. Cinema Design by Alexander Wong Architects Limited.

 FUTURE WILD

  URUMQI SUNWAY MOVIE PARK

GATEWAY TO FUTURE WILD. Cinema Design by Alexander Wong Architects
 GATEWAY TO FUTURE WILD 
 The main lobby which is an abstract wild landscape in black, gold and white.  Cinema Design by Alexander Wong Architects limited.
 HALL OF THE WILD 

The main lobby which is an abstract wild landscape in black, gold and white.

 HALL OF THE WILD
 (BOX OFFICE) 
Cinema Design by Alexander Architects Limited
 PEGASUS GRAND STAIRCASE 

The uniquely dynamic “Pegasus Grand Staircase”.

The "Golden Nest” Box Office & Concession Bar is originally inspired by the wild eagles of Xinjiang. Design by Alexander Wong Architects
 GOLDEN NEST 

The "Golden Nest” Box Office & Concession Bar is originally inspired by the wild eagles of Xinjiang. 

Design by Alexander Wong Architects Limited
 NIGHT FOREST TRAIL 
Cinema Design by Alexander Wong Architects Limited
 HOUSE OF RED STALLIONS 
Cinema Design by Alexander Wong Architects Limited
 DEER HUNTER LODGE 

There are many different themes in each movie house including “Red Stallions”, "Deer Hunter Lodge” in Royal Purple and Forest Green.

Cinema Design by Alexander Wong Architects Limited
 FUTURE WILD 
SELECTED PRESS

Urumqi Cinema Future Wild is featured in Le Point Magazine (France) Oct 205. Cinema Design by Alexander Wong Architects Limited.

Urumqi Cinema Future Wild is featured in Hong Kong's PRC Magazine Aug 2014 Issue 73. Design by Alexander Wong Archtiects

Urumqi Cinema Future Wild is featured in Shanghai's I Home Magazine Oct 2014, Vol. 57. Design by Alexander Wong Architects