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L J James Luu

Interior Design nl.james.l@gmail.com +61401 478 745


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Using Sunbeam as a client, a retail showroom was designed to resist against lifestyle around the small appliance brand was created to foster its success the retail market. Situated in James St, Fortitude Valley, Brisbane, the project is deemed a viable prospect for the future of retail design. Programs: Photoshop Revit Architecture


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Retail Gallery Interior Vista Overall showroom Upstairs cafe


INDISPOSIBLE 1

A chopstick holder created to emphasise the importance of using sustainable resources in a environmentally responsible manner. Created by imposing a lino print motif inspired by the microscopic view of a bamboo cross section and its young shoot form. Represented QUT at the Hong Kong Graphic Art Fiesta 2011


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Bamboo print artefact XinYiDai Exhbition, Hong Kong Lino print pattern


METROPOLIS 1

Brisbane’s CBD, a comic book store taking inspiration from the Superman comic. Taking inspiration from the opposing forces of good and evil. Programs: Archicad Photoshop


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Store front of house atrium Exterior view Third floor reading space Store selling area


ILLISIT 1

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A furniture piece utilising the hydraulic properties of syringes to create movement and interactivity. Designed for airports, playing on the irony of an illicit item within a secure environment. Project team: Stewart Langton, Sarah Lawrence, Phoebe Lindley, Anna Longmore, James Luu & Sascha Rhoades


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ILLISIT seating ILLISIT during use Reinforced syringes


WINDOW PROJECT 1

2 A collaborative project between QUT School of Design and Artisan gallery to create ‘small-scale retail and exhibition design projects’. This project follows the trend of ‘upcycle, recycle and repurpose’, utilising old picture frames to create a installation that frames in a non-conventional manner. Project team: Karlee Blackburn, Simone Lockley, James Luu, Jonathan Morehen and Vanessa Parker.


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Window front Interior shelving during construction Conceptual render


STREET PEDALERS 1

2 Street Pedalers was a development geared towards the growing nature of a bicycle lifestyle. The project was situated in Newstead where the location was ideal for a cycle school and adjoining cafe would be a future hub for cyclists. The project took inspiration from the three colours of traffic lights as a form of wayfinding and uniting design element Programs: Photoshop Revit Architecture


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Cafe Seating option 1 Cafe Seating option 2 Overall School Reception

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James Luu

Interior Design nl.james.l@gmail.com +61401 478 745


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