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PORTFOLIO Ha Tieu-Thi 2011-2016


Hi there,

I’m a Graduate Interior Design student highly motivated and passionated about design. With a deep passion for art, I have always loved being creative and being inspired by new experiences, which grows into a lifelong fascination with design. This portfolio exhibits a collection of my work which were completed throughout my years in the Interior Design Program at University of Architecture Ho Chi Minh City. During my academic time, my perception of design have grown immensely, and each project has given me an opportunity to explore new ideas, respond to different challenges, and ameliorate my skills and knowledge of design. I’m living in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam and seeking an experience where I can learn and practice alongside great designers in a position that challenges me to produce high-quality works and matches my interest in further developing my vision in Interior Design.

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HA TIEU THI EDUCATION EDUCATION 2016

BACHELOR DEGREE IN INTERIOR DESIGN UNIVERSITY OF ARCHITECTURE, HO CHI MINH CITY, VIETNAM

final mark august 2016

8.19/10

2011 HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA NGUYEN THI MINH KHAI HIGH SCHOOL HO CHI MINH CITY, VIETNAM final mark /10

may 2011

EXPERIENCE E X P E RI E N CE S

2015 HANDCRAFT BUSINESS CAOCAO, HCMC 2014 INTERIOR DESIGN INTERN

AA CORPORATION, HCMC

CAKES AND ALE COFFE SHOP, HCMC

2013 WALL PAINTING

LOCAL ARTIST EXHIBITION

LOC VUNG COFFE SHOP, HCMC

UNIVERSITY OF ARCHITECTURE HCMC

2012 NATIONAL UNIVERSITY ENTRANCE EXAM SUPPORT CAMPAIGN

ACHIEVEMENTS ACHIEVEMENTS

2016 GRADUATION PROJECT COUNCIL

SECOND RANKED

FIRST RANKED

2011 INTERIOR DESIGN FACULTY ENTRANCE EXAMINATION

SCHOLARSHIP S C H O L A R SH I P S

2014 University scholarship 2013 University scholarship 2012 Freshman Academic Scholarship 2011 Dulux Honor Scholarship for Excellent Student

I N T E RE ST S INTERESTS

Art & Design, Photography, Fine art, Cinema, Music, Swimming

via 326/30 Phan Dinh Phung, Phu Nhuan, Ho Chi Minh City, VIETNAM +84 903 345 219 hatieuthi.27@gmail.com

TECHNIC TECHNICAL SKILLSAL SKIL L S AutoCad 2012 3dsmax 2014 Adobe Photoshop Adobe Illustrator Adobe Indesign Microsoft Office

L ANGUAGES LANGUAGES Vietnamese English French

COMPETENCIES C OMPETENCES

Hand drafting, modeling, rendering and sketching Programming research, specification compilation Concept development, space planning Graphically and verbally presenting design intent High sense of responsibility

REFERENC ES REFERENCES

MS. NGUYEN THI BICH VAN Deputy Dean of Department of Interior Architecture Ho Chi Minh city University of Architecture Mobile +84 907 293 298 Email bichvandesigner@gmail.com MR. VU QUANG LE HUNG Training Manager AA Training Center Mobile +84 935 789 843 Email vuquanglehung@gmail.com MR. PHAM CONG TUAN MINH Interior Designer Focus Group Mobile +84 902 908 308 Email minhpham.061188@gmail.com

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Contents

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PARK HYAT T SAIGON HOTEL Graduation Project

A neo-classical 6-star hotel situated in heart of Saigon, which features fresh combination of bright color scheme, sophisticated ambiance and monumental architecture. The refreshingly refurbished Park Hyatt breaths an atmosphere of urban sophistication, hospitality and exceptional service.

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MAJESTIC SAIGON HOTEL Pre-Graduation Project

The 4-star Majestic Saigon Hotel was officially opened in 1925, has the finest location across the road from the Saigon River at a very busy intersection. Majestic breathes a rich history of class and style, the elegance of the French colonial architecture enhanced by its columns and arches. The renovation will focus on the elegance of neo-clssical design and achieve luxury through attention to details and complete comfort.

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HO CHI MINH CITY MUSEUM Exhibition Project

The Ho Chi Minh City Museum renovation embodies a much sophisticated way of experience art, renewed by the visions of today. A mix of modern and contemporary arrangements alongside the treasures of the past could have made the approach a more interesting journey.

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NORAH COFFEE SHOP Commercial Project

The local cafeteria and coffee bar intended to be used for dining and casual meetings, where provides a ‘place of comfort’ that brings people together. To enhance a chic and chilled ambiance, the interior focused on small features including lighting fixtures, elegance furniture, concrete floor and paneled ceilings.

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MARBLING NOTEBOOK COLLECTION Personal Business Project

This is a personal project using ‘Suminagashi’ Marbling techniques. These 50 unique notebooks were sold as limited edition artworks, with ‘one-and-only’ covers which were carefully hand-binded and beautifully named!

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DIGITAL PORTRAITURE Artistic technique

This project is the series of my most desirable digital artworks. Inspired by modern oil paintings, those portrait drawings were created by using simple lines and colors to enhance balance of lights, midtones, and darks along with clean, sharp edges.

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TRADITIONAL PORTRAITURE Artistic technique

Drawing portrait of a person sitting right in front of me is one of the most amazing experience. By practicing with addiction to human facial anatomy, I have learnt more about patience and sophistication in traditional portraiture.

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POSTER ART Artistic technique

The concept throughout these artworks is the contrasts and the simplicity of the multidimensional pattern with the use of bright colors that pop on top of the very dark blue background. I’d like to use geometric patterns inspired by floral fabrics and abstract colors with a modern twist.

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PARK HYAT T SAIGON HOTEL Graduation Project / 2016

This is my most favourited project in my entire time studying because in the context of Graduation Project, I have a chance to to design the project of my choice. Park Hyatt Saigon Hotel have brought me through great surprise and curiosity. The unstoppable gravitation towards its ideal location, magnificent context, beautiful modern-classic architecture, which were the very first inspiration of how I renovate this hotel’s interior. Despite the establish goal of this project is to understand and apply the knowledge, skills, processes, and theories of interior design, I take this as a chance to present new concepts and imaginative solutions based on real problems. After 5 months hard-working, the design came out to be very satisfied reflected my fascination with Midcentury Modern design, my interest in the Art Deco style with its timeless look, which is still feel fresh and modern today. TOP: Park Hyatt Hotel by night 1: Pool site | 2: Tropical garden on 3rd floor | 3: Continental hotel | 4: Saigon Opera House (adjacent buildings)

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BUILDING LOCATION PLAN

AREA ALLOCATION SITE AREA LOBBY AREA BAR-LOUNGE AREA RESTAURANT AREA CABANA SUITE AREA

6500m2 160m2 190m2 800m2 100m2

LEGEND PUBLIC ROAD GARDEN ADJACENT BUILDING POOL

ob j ec t i v e

The objective of this project is to develop an understanding of hospitality design, get an overview on role of built architecture and environment, as well as the interrelationships between interior design and human activities in spaces. For that reason, I determined on renovating 4 desirable areas of a 10 level, 6000 sqm neo-classical hotel. The scope includes the design of a lobby, bar-lounge, restaurant, and a guestroom, which were presented in a series of drawings, perspectives and models.

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Briliantly located in the heart of Saigon, Park Hyatt is an impressive hospitality that welcomes guests with its luxurious ambiance, inspiring decor, and unsurpassed service and features. Because Saigon has long been considered the focal point of Vietnamese culture, Park Hyatt embraces the traditional values of French-colonial heritage that offers guests an courtesy and elegance accommodation experience. The renovation of this project based on the modern-classical architectural forms to fresh up the interior space and function, at the same time associated with traditional elements, material trends, to present the beauty of a tropical country.

so l u t i o n

Each area will have a renovation that matches its issue, but one thing in common throughout whole refurbished Park Hyatt will reflect Vietnamese culture, breath an atmosphere of urban sophistication and traditional heritage, maintain the neo-classical feel of this significiant interior.

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ho t el l o b b y

GROUND FLOOR PLAN

LOBBY LAYOUT PLAN Space configuration: Lobby area 120m2 ceiling height 4.2m Waiting area 47m2 ceiling height 5.3m Improvement plan: Recognized difficulties in interract with the narrow reception, I decided to change the functional system to achieve an easier approach as well as create an impressive attraction for this welcoming area. OPPOSITE TOP: Hotel lobby | OPPOSITE BOTTOM AND BELOW: Waiting area

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ba r- l o u n g e

GROUND FLOOR PLAN

BAR-LOUNGE LAYOUT PLAN Space configuration: Lounge 190m2 ceiling height 9m Seating capacity: 50 seats View: Bustling street hiding out behind tropical garden Improvement plan: Use warm color for walls, combined with stunning decorative elements to create a cozy and interesting bar-lounge area. OPPOSITE: Park Lounge BELOW: Idea sketch for Park Lounge’s renovation

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b a r - lou n g e

OPPOSITE: Park Lounge’s Bar BELOW: Park Lounge

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re st au ra n t

MEZZ FLOOR PLAN

RESTAURANT LAYOUT PLAN ceiling height 4.5m Space configuration: Restaurant 800m2 Seating capacity: 180 seats View: Saigon Opera House Improvement plans: La Maison 1888 captures the essence of French fine-dining, serves classic Vietnamese and French cuisine. This is the restaurant that comes to mind when you are seeking a dinner experience that you will never forget! Its white-and-black interior design is inspired by a colonial French mansion, featuring sophisticated decorative elements, glittering chandeliers, and numerous Indochine porcelain vases.

OPPOSITE TOP: Reception OPPOSITE BOTTOM: Entrance to restaurant BELOW: Dining area

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ca b ana su i t e

3RD FLOOR PLAN

CABANA SUITE LAYTOUT PLAN Space configuration: Suite 100m2 ceiling height 3m Living room 40m2 Bedroom 45m2 Wc 16m2 Terrace 35m2 View: Tropical garden and pool bar Park Hyatt also offers five types of guests rooms, fitted with contemporary amenities and modern conveniences. The most romantic designed suite room in Park Hyatt Saigon is Cabana Suite (a suite that opening toward a pool or beach), with a large private terrace, a day bed, a dining table and chairs, which were tastefully decorated in Indochine style. Improvement plans: In this interesting area, I want to create a dark, cozy, chic ambiance, furniture decorated in Indochine style and artful oriental decoration. This intimate setting brings elegantly, stylishly fashionable and comfortable atmosphere to this guest room. OPPOSITE TOP & BOTTOM: Living room, dining table for two BOTTOM LEFT: Living room BELOW: Bedroom

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ca b a n a s u i t e / t e r r ac e

OPPOSITE TOP & BOTTOM: Bedroom TOP: Private terrac relaxing space BOTTOM: Place for gathering in group of friends

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M A JESTIC SAIGON HOTE L Pre-Graduation Project / 2016

Majestic Saigon Hotel is one of my favourite architecture in the city. Its marvelous classic beauty standing still in a bustling corner attracted me everytime I cross by Dong Khoi street. Opposed to its stunning scenery outside, the interior is not as good as expected. Therefore I desire to find a solution for this inspring project, which will carry the value of conservation and preservation. Besides the goal to understand and apply the knowledge, skills, processes, and theories of hospitality interior design, I also want to have a thorough understanding of Indochine Style, Midcentury Modern design, and Art Deco style all because of its timeless look. TOP: Majestic Saigon Hotel 1: View from balcon of King suite, facing Saigon River 2: Exhisting lobby and lounge on ground floor 3: Rooftop cafeteria and bar

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GROUND FLOOR PLAN

AREA ALLOCATION SITE AREA LOBBY AREA RESTAURANT AREA

2000m2 300m2 300m2

LEGEND PUBLIC ROAD ADJACENT BUILDINGS GARDEN HOTEL LOBBY RESTAURANT

ob j ec t i v e

In this project I purposely develop an understanding of hospitality design, get an overview on role of built architecture and environment, as well as the interrelationships between interior design and human activities in spaces. The scope includes the renovation of a hotel lobby and a restaurant, which were presented in drawings, perspectives and models.

conc ep t

The Majestic Saigon Hotel-a glorious old colonial hotel, was officially opened in 1925. This four star hotel has the finest location across the road from the Saigon River at a very busy intersection. Majestic breathes a rich history of class and style, the elegance of the French colonial architecture enhanced by its columns and arches. The renovation will focus on the elegance of neo-clssical design and achieve luxury through attention to details and complete comfort.

sol u t i o n

The renovation throughout Majestic will remain it’s heritage-hospitality-elegance, also represent Indochine style, fitted with contemporary amenities and modern conveniences. With romantic ideals at heart, the design is about the nostalgia for a bygone era.

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ho t el l o b b y

GROUND FLOOR PLAN

LOBBY LAYOUT PLAN Space configuration: Hotel lobby 300m2 Reception 50m2 ceiling height 2.8m Lounge 250m2 ceiling height 5.35m View: Dong Khoi stareet Improvement plans: A spacious and luxuroius lobby was made up of glittering chandeliers, classic decorative elements and exquisite features. OPPOSITE TOP: Hotel lobby and lounge OPPOSITE BOTTOM: Reception | ABOVE: Lounge

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re s t au ra n t

GROUND FLOOR PLAN

RESTAURANT LAYOUT PLAN Space configuration: Restaurant 300m2 ceiling height 5.2m Seating capacity: 70 seats View: Saigon River Improvement plans: Create an eye-catching welcome sign for this oriental restaurant, and organize those set of private tables to be suitable for different occasions. The intimate and comfortable atmosphere was made up by the combination of bright, cozy ambiance and artful decorations. OPPOSITE: Restaurant waiting areas BELOW: View from entrance through waiting and dining areas

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OPPOSITE & ABOVE: Dining areas

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HO CHI M INH CITY MUSE UM Museum Exhibition Project / 2015

The project was aimed to renovate an existing historical museum by creating a new way of seeing the museum’s permanent collection culminates around 1950s. The Ho Chi Minh City Museum renovation embodies a much sophisticated way of experience art, renewed by the visions of today. A mix of modern and contemporary arrangements alongside the treasures of the past could have made the approach a more interesting journey.

TOP: Ho Chi Minh City Museum. Surrounding the palace is a trapezoid-shaped flower garden, with 4 pathways. 1,2,3: Classical Baroque architecture with European and Oriental influences. The flooring, staircases and halls were European-styled, while the roof was Oriental-inspired.

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BUILDING LOCATION PLAN

AREA ALLOCATION SITE AREA BUILT AREA EXHIBITION AREA

196000m 1700m2 240m2 2

LEGEND PUBLIC ROAD GARDEN ADJACENT BUILDINGS

ob j ec t i v e

The project is deliberately develop an comprehension of exhibition design, get an overview on role of built architecture and environment, as well as the interrelationships between interior design and human activities in spaces. I determined on refurbishing a principle area on the first floor of an 2 level, 1700 sqm classical monument. The scope includes the renovation of an exhibition room and a corridor., which are presented in a series of drawings, perspectives and models.

conc ep t

The Ho Chi Minh City Museum was officially opened in 1978, located at a very busy intersection. The museum breathes a rich history of class and style, the elegance of classic architecture enhanced by its columns and arches. The renovation will re-create the exhibition space by a mix of modern and contemporary arrangements alongside the treasures of the past.

sol u t i o n

The main concerns of exhibition environments include light, relative humidity, and temperature. Using contemporary materials with bright color as the simple and clean background, which will not cause distraction while enjoying those artworks.

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exhi b i t i o n

1ST FLOOR PLAN

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C A10

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LAYOUT PLAN Space configuration: Exhibition room 310m2 ceiling height 5.66m Corridor 55m2 ceiling height 6m Improvement plans: The main concerns of exhibition environments include light, relative humidity, and temperature. Using contemporary materials with bright color as the simple and clean background, which will not cause distraction while enjoying those artworks. The lanterns, as a traditional element, display in the midst of the room to enhance soft lights and bring modernistic atmosphere to this space.

OPPOSITE: Contemporary art space LEFT: Exhibit terracotta masks RIGHT: Corridor with sculptures display and information-lookup machines

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N O RAH COFFE E SHOP Commercial Project / 2014

In this project I was aiming to upgrade a local coffee shop into an cafeteria and coffee bar, which intended to be used for dining and casual meetings, where provides a ‘place of comfort’ that brings people together. To enhance a chic and chilled ambiance, the interior focused on small features including lighting fixtures, elegance furniture, concrete floor and paneled ceilings. Vintage ornamental tiles combined with a few contemporary materials will create the beautiful contrast. The goal was to make it look warm and pleasant.


SITE LOCATION

AREA ALLOCATION SITE AREA INDOOR AREA OUTDOOR AREA OTHER FUNCTION AREA

450m2 143m2 207m2 100m2

LEGEND PUBLIC ROAD ADJACENT BUILDINGS GARDEN INDOOR AREA OUTDOOR AREA POOL

ob j ect i v e

The project is purposed to develop an understanding of commercial design, get a general review of built architecture and environment issue, as well as the interrelationships between interior design and human activities in spaces. I determined on refurbishing a principle area on the ground floor of a 2 level, 450 sqm residental building. The project is presented in a series of drawings, perspectives and models.

co nc ep t

The idea is trying to convert an old house into spaces conducive to urban living. The interiors were designed to achieve casual comfort, and the ability to bring people together. For that reason, the renovation throughout Norah Cafe will represent industrial style, fitted with retro furniture and ornaments.

so l u t i o n

The industrially designed spaces generally favors warm colors, which are typically large and open, also features a distressed white brick wall, comfortable leather and natural wood furniture. The lighting fixtures are also very interesting, reminiscent of coffee beans.

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cafet eri a a n d b a r WC NỮ

WC NAM

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PHÒNG NHÂN VIÊN

KHU NGỒI NGOÀI TRỜI

KHO

RỬA CHÉN

QUẦY BAR

BẾP + PHA CHẾ

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WC NV

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GROUND FLOOR LAYOUT PLAN Space configuration: Indoor area 143m2 ceiling height 3.6m Seating capacity: 230 seats View: Tropical garden Renovation plan: The industrial style is enhanced by the vintage lamps over the sofa set and the custom made tables, while the choice of the upholstered chair in real capitonné covered by fabric, legs in stained beechwood and the pale concrete floor accentuate the retro style. OPPOSITE TOP: Contemporary art space | OPPOSITE RIGHT: Coffee bar BOTTOM: Private table for group of 4-6 people

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M ARBL I N G NOTE B OOK COL L ECTION Personal Business Project / 2016 Link: https://www.facebook.com/caocaohandcraft

This is a personal project aiming to experimentally using Marbling techniques, which my friend and I worked on in 1 month. I’ve been really into Suminagashi technique. Suminagashi means ‘floating ink’, it is the ancient art of Japanese paper marbling. It requires focus and patience, the pattern is always something delicate and beautiful. These notebooks were sold as limited edition artworks, 50 notebooks with ‘one-and-only’ covers which were carefully hand-binded and beautifully named!

OPPOSITE: Marbling notebook promotion TOP: A full marble pattern | BOTTOM: Final product

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D IGITAL PORTRAITURE Artistic Technique / 2016

This project is the series of my most desirable digital artworks. Inspired by modern oil paintings, those portrait drawings were created by using simple lines and colors to enhance balance of lights, midtones, and darks along with clean, sharp edges. OPPOSITE: Portraiture of model Kelly Mittendorf TOP LEFT: Portraiture of my friend Le Bia TOP RIGHT: Seft-portraiture BOTTOM: Portraiture of singer Toc Tien

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T RA D I TION AL P ORTRAITURE

Artistic technique / 2011

Drawing portrait of a person sitting right in front of me is one of the most amazing experiences. By practicing with addiction to human facial anatomy, I have learnt more about patience and sophistication in traditional portraiture.

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P OSTER ART

Artistic Technique / 2016

The concept throughout these artworks is the contrasts and the simplicity of the multidimensional pattern with the use of bright colors that pop on top of the very dark blue background. I’d like to use geometric patterns inspired by floral fabrics and abstract colors with a modern twist.

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Thank you for taking your time to review my portfolio Ha Tieu-Thi.

Contact Ha Tieu-Thi +84 903 345 219 hatieuthi.27@gmail.com

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