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Yeo Zhi Xiang, Kenny

PORTFOLIO NANYANG POLYTECHNIC SPACE & INTERIOR DESIGN


CONTENT CURRICULUM VITAE 2D DRAWING - AUTOCAD FURNITURE DESIGN FURNITURE & FITTING DESIGN ENVIRONMENT DESIGN STUDIO DESIGN

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PERSONAL


Yeo Zhi Xiang, Kenny

Address

Interior Design

Rowell Road#19-52 BLK 641 200641, Singapore

PERSONAL STATEMENT

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I'm a 22 years old, Space and Interior Design Student. I love everything that has to do with Arhictecture, Interior Deisgn. I have no experience working as a designer in a studio, but and I’m ready for work for any design studio! I love working with people, specially if they have the same passion I have for what they do. Let us work together! Go futher down to see why I am the man you need to hire!

Contact

Kennyzx@Hotmail.sg +65 91727022

EDUCATION .............................................................................................................................................

From September 2011 to September 2013. Architecture Tampines ITE - AMK ITE College Central From April 2014 to Present Space & Interior Design Nanyang Polytechnic

MY SPECIALITIES

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WORK EXPERIENCE

............................................................................................................................................................................. Minimal Logo Design

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Illustrator AutoCad

DESIGN SKILLS

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From 2013 to 2014 Baker Four Seasons Hotel

From 2015 to 2015 Main Kitchen Helper Four Seasons Hotel

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01 Computer

02 Knowledge

Adobe Photoshop

Grid & Layout.

Adobe Illustrator

Good sense for typography.

3DS MAX

Color theory knowledge.

AutoCad

2D AutoCad Drawing

Adobe Premiere pro

3D Design

RECOGNITIONS

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Education - Architecture BIM Competition. 4th Placing. ITE AMK COLLEGE CENTRAL

4th

Revit Microsoft Office

LANGUAGE SKILLS .............................................................................................................................................................................

MANDARIN Mother language

ENGLISH Advanced level

HOBBIES & INTERESTS .............................................................................................................................................................................

Theatre

Beer

Music

Travelling

Batman

Fitness

Books

Money


THE FLYING MACHINE - STUDIO

CONCEPT A project “The Flying Machine” using Computer part to create a machine that is out of the world with the inspiration of Howl’s Moving castle, a film by Hayao Miyazaki. After i have created the out of the world flying machine. I was asked to photoshop our classmate into the flying machine.


LUMBERSTACKED LAMP

Disassembling it in plain sections, shuffling and putting them back in order, creating and defining light gaps. Its an ever changing object with an innate architectural nature.

The Lumberstacked Lamp is inspired by BABELE. Medium-density fibreboard (MDF) used in placed of Mahogany, Maple infusing, a simple figure, an idea, a lamp that illuminates and inspires creativity.

When assembled ‘properly’ it looks like a traditional lamp complete with a shade, but you’re welcome to easily re-stack the layers however you want if a more abstract look is what you’re after.


LUMBERSTACKED LAMP A light fixture is an electrical device used to create artificial light by use of an electric lamp. All light fixtures have a fixture body and a light socket to hold the lamp and allow for its replacement. Fixtures may also have a switch to control the light.

I have modified the body of the lamp to all same sized “U” shapedit is not only much easier to get it done it still retain the lamp-free formation. Production Lumberstacked lamp consist of 10 “U” shaped wood stacking on top of each other, a cube of acrylic to cover the body of the lamp, a frosted plastic tube to enure that the light spreads through out the tube.


SPACE DESIGN


ENVIRONMENT DESIGN

CONCEPT The project is required to create a cafe using a leftover fuselage(5000mm x 1590mm x 3730mm) I have a integrated a manual retractable frosted glassed shelter with aeroplane’s window on the top shelter


FURNITURE DESIGN


FLOOR PLANS PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

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CM

NOTES

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CM

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT THIS DRAWING IS THE PROPERTY OF NYP AND WE RESERVE THE COPYRIGHT TO ALL OUR DESIGNS WHICH CANNOT BE REPRODUCED(WHETHER PART/WHOLE OR MODIFIED) WITHOUT FIRST OBTAINING OUR WRITTEN CONSENT.CONTRAVENTIO WILL BE PROSECUTED. THIS DRAWING IS SUBJECTED TO MODIFICATION OF ITS DESIGN & MEASUREMENT FROM TIME TO TIME TO SUIT CONSTRUCTION PURPOSES.

1. FIGURED DIMENSIONS SHALL BE TAKEN IN PREFERRED TO SCALED DIMENSION. ANY DISCREPANCY MUST BE REPORT IMMEDIATELY TO DESIGNER BEFORE PROCEEDING RELEVANT.

NOTES 1. FIGURED DIMENSIONS SHALL BE TAKEN IN PREFERRED TO SCALED DIMENSION. ANY DISCREPANCY MUST BE REPORT IMMEDIATELY TO DESIGNER BEFORE PROCEEDING RELEVANT.

2. FOR DETAIL DRAWINGS OR INDIVIDUAL DISPLAY WALL TO REFER TO OTHER DRAWINGS.

CM

CM

4. FOR SERVICES TO REFER TO OTHER DRAWINGS.

3. FOR FINISHES TO REFER TO OTHER DRAWINGS.

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PROJECT TITLE: CM

DRAWING & RENDERING 2B

CLIENT:

CM

CM

DRAWING TITLE: AS BUILT FLOOR PLAN LED

DRAWING NO.

LIGHTING PLAN SCALE 1:50

DATE

DESCRIPTION

PROJECT TITLE:

DRAWING & RENDERING 2B

CLIENT:

WALL IN HOMOGENOUS TILES FINISH

CABINET IN LAMINATED FINISH

WARDROBE IN LAMINATED FINISH

WALL IN CEMENT FINISH

RAISED PLATFORM

DRAWING TITLE: DN1772 AS BUILT FLOOR PLAN

01

SECTION A-A SCALE 1:50

DRAWING NO.

4. FOR SERVICES TO REFER TO OTHER DRAWINGS. 5. FOR DETAILS OF GRAPHICS TO REFER TO OTHER DRAWING.

DNR2B-007

REV

DATE

DESCRIPTION

27 X 57 ANGLE CLEATS SLOTTED BOLT FIXINGS TO PROVIDE LEVELING ADJUSTMENT PROJECT TITLE:

15 X 45 MILD STEEL CHANNELS AT 1200C/C

DN1772 DRAWING & RENDERING 2B

CLIENT:

PERIMETER CHANNEL

1 OR 2 LAYERS OF 900MM WIDE X 12.5 MM THICK PLASTERBOARD SCREWED TO CEILING SECTIONS

DRAWING TITLE:

80 X 26 PRESSED STEEL CEILING SECTIONS AT 450C/C

CEILING FINISH

SUSPENDED CEILING DETAIL

WALL

SCALE:

AS SHOWN

SCALE:

AS SHOWN

DRAWN BY:

KENNY YEO

DRAWN BY:

KENNY YEO

SCALE:

AS SHOWN

CHECKED BY:

ALAN ONG

CHECKED BY:

ALAN ONG

DRAWN BY:

KENNY YEO

DATE:

28-02-15

DATE:

28-02-15

CHECKED BY:

ALAN ONG

DATE:

23-1-15

APPROVAL

SIGNATURE

APPROVAL

PROJECT DIRECTOR

PROJECT DIRECTOR

CLIENT:

CLIENT:

DRAWING NO.

SIGNATURE

DNR2B-009

APPROVAL

SIGNATURE

PROJECT DIRECTOR CLIENT:

01

SCHOOL OF DESIGN DIPLOMA IN SPACE AND INTERIOR DESIGN

SCHOOL OF DESIGN DIPLOMA IN SPACE AND INTERIOR DESIGN

SUSPENDED CEILING SCALE 1:5

SCHOOL OF DESIGN DIPLOMA IN SPACE AND INTERIOR DESIGN

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT THIS DRAWING IS THE PROPERTY OF NYP AND WE RESERVE THE COPYRIGHT TO ALL OUR DESIGNS WHICH CANNOT BE REPRODUCED(WHETHER PART/WHOLE OR MODIFIED) WITHOUT FIRST OBTAINING OUR WRITTEN CONSENT.CONTRAVENTIO WILL BE PROSECUTED. THIS DRAWING IS SUBJECTED TO MODIFICATION OF ITS DESIGN & MEASUREMENT FROM TIME TO TIME TO SUIT CONSTRUCTION PURPOSES.

THIS DRAWING IS THE PROPERTY OF NYP AND WE RESERVE THE COPYRIGHT TO ALL OUR DESIGNS WHICH CANNOT BE REPRODUCED(WHETHER PART/WHOLE OR MODIFIED) WITHOUT FIRST OBTAINING OUR WRITTEN CONSENT.CONTRAVENTIO WILL BE PROSECUTED. THIS DRAWING IS SUBJECTED TO MODIFICATION OF ITS DESIGN & MEASUREMENT FROM TIME TO TIME TO SUIT CONSTRUCTION PURPOSES.

NOTES

NOTES 1. FIGURED DIMENSIONS SHALL BE TAKEN IN PREFERRED TO SCALED DIMENSION. ANY DISCREPANCY MUST BE REPORT IMMEDIATELY TO DESIGNER BEFORE PROCEEDING RELEVANT.

1. FIGURED DIMENSIONS SHALL BE TAKEN IN PREFERRED TO SCALED DIMENSION. ANY DISCREPANCY MUST BE REPORT IMMEDIATELY TO DESIGNER BEFORE PROCEEDING RELEVANT.

2. FOR DETAIL DRAWINGS OR INDIVIDUAL DISPLAY WALL TO REFER TO OTHER DRAWINGS.

2. FOR DETAIL DRAWINGS OR INDIVIDUAL DISPLAY WALL TO REFER TO OTHER DRAWINGS. 3. FOR FINISHES TO REFER TO OTHER DRAWINGS.

3. FOR FINISHES TO REFER TO OTHER DRAWINGS.

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

REV

DATE

DESCRIPTION

PROJECT TITLE:

DNR2B008

A

DN1772 DRAWING & RENDERING 2B

BATH/ WC 1

LIVING

CLIENT:

DRAWING TITLE:

F

FURNITURE LAYOUT

KITCHEN/ DINING

DRAWING NO.

A

A

DNR2B008

DNR2B008

DNR2B-004

5. FOR DETAILS OF GRAPHICS TO REFER TO OTHER DRAWING.

6750

REV

DATE

DESCRIPTION

PROJECT TITLE:

DN1772 DRAWING & RENDERING 2B

CLIENT:

WALL IN CEMENT FINISH

WALL IN HOMOGENOUS TILES FINISH

ISLAND COUNTER IN LAMINATED FINISH

DOOR IN LAMINATED FINISH

DRAWING TITLE:

01

SECTION B-B

SECTION B-B SCALE 1:50

DRAWING NO.

DNR2B-008

SCALE:

AS SHOWN

SCALE:

AS SHOWN

DRAWN BY:

KENNY YEO

DRAWN BY:

KENNY YEO

CHECKED BY:

ALAN ONG

CHECKED BY:

ALAN ONG

DATE:

28-02-15

DATE:

28-02-15

APPROVAL

01

5450

APPROVAL

SIGNATURE

PROJECT DIRECTOR

PROJECT DIRECTOR

CLIENT:

CLIENT:

SIGNATURE

FURNITURE LAYOUT PLAN SCALE 1:50

SCHOOL OF DESIGN DIPLOMA IN SPACE AND INTERIOR DESIGN

SCHOOL OF DESIGN DIPLOMA IN SPACE AND INTERIOR DESIGN

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

BEDROOM 3

BEDROOM 2

4. FOR SERVICES TO REFER TO OTHER DRAWINGS.

4. FOR SERVICES TO REFER TO OTHER DRAWINGS. 5. FOR DETAILS OF GRAPHICS TO REFER TO OTHER DRAWING.

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

STORE

BATH/ WC 2

3200

MAIN BEDROOM

DNR2B008

01

DNR2B-006

5250

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

LED

4550

REV

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

LED

2200

A

CM

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

DESCRIPTION

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

CM

DATE

3. FOR FINISHES TO REFER TO OTHER DRAWINGS.

5. FOR DETAILS OF GRAPHICS TO REFER TO OTHER DRAWING.

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

REV

2. FOR DETAIL DRAWINGS OR INDIVIDUAL DISPLAY WALL TO REFER TO OTHER DRAWINGS.

STRUCTURAL SOFFIT

4. FOR SERVICES TO REFER TO OTHER DRAWINGS.

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

5. FOR DETAILS OF GRAPHICS TO REFER TO OTHER DRAWING.

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

CM

NOTES 1. FIGURED DIMENSIONS SHALL BE TAKEN IN PREFERRED TO SCALED DIMENSION. ANY DISCREPANCY MUST BE REPORT IMMEDIATELY TO DESIGNER BEFORE PROCEEDING RELEVANT.

2. FOR DETAIL DRAWINGS OR INDIVIDUAL DISPLAY WALL TO REFER TO OTHER DRAWINGS.

3. FOR FINISHES TO REFER TO OTHER DRAWINGS. CM

THIS DRAWING IS THE PROPERTY OF NYP AND WE RESERVE THE COPYRIGHT TO ALL OUR DESIGNS WHICH CANNOT BE REPRODUCED(WHETHER PART/WHOLE OR MODIFIED) WITHOUT FIRST OBTAINING OUR WRITTEN CONSENT.CONTRAVENTIO WILL BE PROSECUTED. THIS DRAWING IS SUBJECTED TO MODIFICATION OF ITS DESIGN & MEASUREMENT FROM TIME TO TIME TO SUIT CONSTRUCTION PURPOSES.

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

CM CM

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

THIS DRAWING IS THE PROPERTY OF NYP AND WE RESERVE THE COPYRIGHT TO ALL OUR DESIGNS WHICH CANNOT BE REPRODUCED(WHETHER PART/WHOLE OR MODIFIED) WITHOUT FIRST OBTAINING OUR WRITTEN CONSENT.CONTRAVENTIO WILL BE PROSECUTED. THIS DRAWING IS SUBJECTED TO MODIFICATION OF ITS DESIGN & MEASUREMENT FROM TIME TO TIME TO SUIT CONSTRUCTION PURPOSES.


LOFT STUDIO BIOGRAPHY D ANIEL LIBSEKIND, An international figure in architecture and urban design, Daniel Libeskind is renowned for his ability to evoke cultural memory in buildings. Informed by a deep commitment to music, philosophy, literature, and poetry, Mr. Libeskind aims to create architecture that is resonant, unique and sustainable.

Born in Lód’z, Poland, in 1946, Mr. Libeskind immigrated to the United States as a teenager and, with his family, settled in the Bronx. He received the American-Israel Cultural Foundation Scholarship and performed as a musical virtuoso, before eventually leaving music to study architecture. He received his professional degree in architecture from the Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art in 1970 and a postgraduate degree in the history and theory of architecture from the School of Comparative Studies at Essex University in England in 1972.

INFLUENCES

ROOM PLANNING THE LOFT STUDIO WAS DESIGNED WITH SUSTAINBILITY IN MIND. COMMON ROOM : ACCOMMODATES THE CORE OF THE STUDIO. THIS AREA INCLUDES THE MAIN DISCUSSION OF PROJECTS THAT IS BEING DONE ANDMAIN EXHIBITS THAT DISPLAY THE PROJECTS FOR THE CLIENTS. THIS AREA ALSO INCLUDES A PLACE WHERE YOU CAN REST YOUR MIND AFTER A HECTIC WORK DAY WITH THE AMBIENCE.

PRIVATE ROOM: THE PRIVATE AREA IS ON CONTINUOUS ROOM THAT IS LOCATED AT THE THIRD FLOOR OF THE LOFT. THE ROOM CONSIST OF A BEDROOM AND A TOILET. WHERE THE OWNER WILL BE SPENDING HIS NIGHT AT.

1 2 3

st floor [Lobby] - Meeting Room - Material Room - Lobby

Scale: 1:100

st floor [Lobby] - Meeting Room - Material Room - Lobby

Scale: 1:100

st floor [Lobby] - Meeting Room - Material Room - Lobby

Scale: 1:100


LOFT STUDIO

LOBBY [FIRST FLOOR]

WATER FEATURES [FIRST FLOOR]

STYLE D ANIEL LIBESKIN is well known for his use of deconstructivism . "Deconstruction", which is a form of semiotic

analysis. It is characterized by fragmentation, an interest in manipulating a structure's surface, skin, non-rectilinear shapes which appear to distort and dislocate elements of architecture, such as structure and envelope. The finished visual appearance of buildings that exhibit deconstructivist "styles" is characterized by unpredictability and controlled chaos. I incoperated different elements as i’m using the usual elements the three floors rectangular shaped building. The structure itself is constructed of heavy timbers, the horizontal extension fast the coners of the building provides visual proportionality.

LOFT BEDROOM [THIRD FLOOR]

BACKVIEW [FIRST FLOOR]

FRONTVIEW [FIRST FLOOR]

STUDIO [SECOND FLOOR]


MUJI SUPERNORMAL EXHIBITION

MUJI Milano Salone / 无印良品米

ATELIER MUJI

家具展

is distinguished by its design

, Emphasis Minimalism recycling avoidance on , and no-logo or "no-brand" policy.”

of waste in production and packaging ,

THE FUTURE AND MUJI / 无印良品的未来

MUJI CANALCITY HAKATA / 无印良品Canal City博多 MUJI OUTLET

MUJI PRODUCT FITNESS 80

Fabrics Furniture ∙ Storage ∙ Living Furniture ∙ Bed ∙ Interior Decoration ∙ Storage Furniture ∙ Dining Furniture ∙ Desk

∙ Pillow ∙ Towel ∙ Kotatsu ∙ Cushion ∙ Carpet ∙ Living Fabrics ∙ Duvet ∙ Bed Linen ∙ Slipper ∙ Blanket

H&b ∙Fragrance ∙Care Item ∙Travel ∙Skin Washing Access ∙Sanitary Protection ∙Hair Maintenance ∙Bath Item ∙Cosmetic Tool

Stationery Houseware ∙ House Keeping ∙ Table Ware ∙ Kitchen Ware ∙ Bath/toilet

∙Communication Goods ∙Notebook ∙Writing Materials ∙File ∙Toy

Mens Wear ∙Mens C&s ∙Mens Shirt ∙Mens Bottoms ∙Mens Knit ∙Mens Outer Tops

Ladies Wear ∙Ladies Knit ∙Ladies C&s ∙Ladies Shirt ∙Ladies Bottoms


Simple is beautiful. The design of MUJI products is natural and simple.The manufacturing processes of MUJI products are simplified and unncessary steps are eliminated. MUJI product packaging are also simple, plain and uniform. MUJI seeks not to adorn them but rather tohighlight their natural colors and shapes. For this reason, they use bulk packaging and place products in plain, uniform containers. All these steps help to reduce waste and costs, giving consumersgood quality products at lower prices. Though MUJI doesn’t specifically brand itself as a sustainable company, the sustainable principles of simplicity and self-restraint are a key element of its operations, along with a “no-brand” philosophy that discourages excessive consumerism. Tasty and healthy foods. Comfortableclothing. Household goods that are, above all, easy to use. For MUJI, the materials they use to make such products are of the utmost importance; consequently, considerable attention is given to their selection. Theysearch worldwide for the mostsuitable raw materials. They use many industrial materials as well as materials discarded by others becauseof their appearance – items that can be acquired in bulk at low cost. The overriding selection criteria is always quality. These activities underpin our ability to create low-priced, high-quality products. They use many industrial materials aswell as materials discarded by others because of their appearance – items that can be acquired in bulk at low cost. The overriding selection criteria is always quality. These activities underpin our ability to create low-priced, high-quality products.MUJI is not a brand whose value rests in the frills and “extras” it adds to its products. Asimplicity achieved through acomplexity of thought and design. MUJI’s streamlining is the result of the careful elimination and subtraction of gratuitous features and design unrelated to function.

HIROSHIMA CHAIR, 2008 Chairs and tables with simple, subtle structures that highlight the natural wood used, and which have no restrictions placed on them regarding places in which they are used. It is envisaged that they be used everywhere. One may choose either beech or oak. The gentle curve from the back along the arm is very appealing. The roomy seat can be used not only as a dining chair, but as a lounge chair too. The tapering of the sides of the arms, the seat of the chair and the table accentuate the beauty of the light shining on their surfaces.

Naoto Fukasawa, Product designer for MUJI. Designing shape is to give form to values that people tacitly share and wish for. Naoto Fukasawa visually captures these values and he draws the exact outline of them. His ability for visualising such unseen outlines for things is not easily worded and described, nonetheless, people are convinced with his ability when they experience his design. Fukasawa’s notions and expressions to approach essential values of things through design travel beyond borders or domains and his thoughts are well respected internationally. His concept or finding hints in subconscious behaviour of people which he named “Without Thought”, is most known and he runs “Without Thought” workshops to share his thoughts. EXHIBITION SITE

LOCATION : ION, Ochard


FREEDOM To create a space to give you the ability to escape reality temporary which allows you to reduce and control stress level.

DIRECT VIEW TO SEA THROUGH GAPS

THE PUBLIC CITY LIFE SURROUNDING OUR SITE COMPETES DIRECTLY WITH THE ENJOYMENT OF RELAXATION

TERRACE

LONG VIEWS FROM SPACE

RESTAURANT GYM THEATRE LONG VIEWS FROM EITHER SIDE OF THE SPACE

plaza SITE: PROMONTORY @ MARINA BLVD

SHADOW TRACES THROUGH ROOF

DIFFUSES OF DAY LIGHT IN EXPOSITIONAL SPACES

BUILKY PUBLIC PROGRAMME VOLUME WITH NO FUNCTION

ROOF FLOOR PLAN 1:200

2ND FLOOR PLAN 1: 150

EXPOSED TO NATURAL LIGHT AND AIR

INCLINED VOLUMNE CREATES JUTTING ROOF OVER PROGRAMME

HUGE SPACE OVER GREEN ROOF

OPENING OF PROGRAMME CREATES CONNECTION WITH NATURAL LIGHTING, CROSS VENTILATION AND A VIEW. ROOF FLOOR PLAN 1:150

3RD FLOOR PLAN 1: 150

DOUBLE HEIGHT IN SPACE


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