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Kornbongkoch Harnpinijsak a Bangkok-based experience designer 2009-2018 Kornbongkoch.h@gmail.com +668 6411 9669


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Personal Information Education Work experience Award and Publications Professional Skills Interests

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Curriculum Vitae Kornbongkoch Harnpinijsak Personal information Birthday 9 November 1990 designer a Bangkok-based experience

Nationality Thai Birthday 9 November 1990 Gender Female Nationality Thai E-mail Kornbongkoch.h@gmail.com E-mail Kornbongkoch.h@gmail.com Mobile +668 6411 9669 Mobile +668 6411 9669 Address 226/8 Lanluang Road.Pomprab Address 226/8 Lanluang Road. Pomprab Bangkok Thailand 10100 Bangkok 10100 Thailand.

Education 2013 Bachelor of Interior Architecture. Faculty of Architecture and Planning, Thammasat University. GPA 3.08 Thesis: Interior Architecture Design for Southeast Asian Music Museum, the College of Music, Mahidol University.

2016 Marketing Certificate Program Thammasat Business School, Thammasat University. 2009 High School Diphoma Mathemetics-English Program. Assumption Convent School. GPA 3.17

Awards and Publications 2017 Interior design for “ERB bliss room”. ELLE Decoration Thailand magazine, February-March 2018. Contest winner, Set up the medium shot for Habitat Thailand.

Interior Stylist Course, ELLE Decoration Academy Bangkok, Thailand.

2013 Participant, TIDA Thesis Award 2013 Crystal Design Center (CDC), Bangkok , Thailand. 2010 Finalist, Cotto Bathroom Solution Contest 2010 Siam Sanitary Ware Industry Co.,Ltd. 2009 The Huge hand in “Freshman’s Toys” Art4d magazine, November2009.


Work experience 2015 -2018

Experience designer Friend on site Co.,Ltd.

• Kids wear in department store, Qingdao Hisense Plaza. • Nursery room, Melody International Kindergarden -Concept design -Space planning -Presentation in 2D and 3D -Material selection -Construction Drawing

2012 Student Internship PIA Interior Company Limited • Chooux kiosk, Emporium Shopping Mall -Concept design -Material selection -Presentation in 2D and 3D

Professional Skills

Bangkok, Thailand.

Interests •Drawing •Photography •Travelling •Piano •Bikram yoga •Brewed coffee

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Shandong, China. Bangkok, Thailand.

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2014 Junior interior designer Concept International Design Co.,Ltd. • Company kiosk design for Asian Attractions Expo2014. Beijing, China. • Kids cafe, Changsha Hisense Plaza. Shandong, China.

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• Suriyasai Bar (2018) Bangkok, Thailand. • Erb Flagship store (2017) Bangkok, Thailand. • Mekhong Kiosk, Siam Kempinski Hotel Bangkok (2017) Bangkok, Thailand. • House of Thai Spirit (2016) Bangkok, Thailand. • District one hostel (2016) Bangkok, Thailand. • Marsi Museum (2016) Bangkok, Thailand. • Pearl Gallery, Royal Gems Pavilion (2015) Phuket, Thailand. -Site analysis -Research -Concept design -Space planning -Presentation in 2D and 3D -Furniture design -Material selection -Construction Drawing -Site supervision


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01 House of Thai Spirit 2016-2017 Location: Bangkok, Thailand. Area: 175 Sq.m. To transform a historical building into a new-fangled museum, this was design beneath the concept of Siamese Victorian aesthetics together with beautiful technology. House of Thai Spirit is the official name of Mekhong* Museum. (*Mekhong is Thailand’s first domestically produced branded golden spirit-known as ‘ The spirit of Thailand ‘ )

The purpose of this project was to communicate the branding of Mekhong by presenting prominent points through six aspects.

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Giving a sophisticated experience through the home of the long-lost era, visitors absorb the sense of ‘Mekhong’ in the modern day from elements such as skirting and cornice applied in spaces as well as new technology such as interactive computation and lighting system.


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C O L O U R Walking into the gold rice field, the first thing you can see is an initial amber drop. As ‘Mekhong’ is the first golden spirit, the first drop of amber liquid ripening in a bucket for years liken the legendary of company. This was presented by a mole of resin compared exact colour to the whisky setting in the middle of the room to emphasize how important of the initial product was. Moving to two side way, the tip of sticky rice -regard as the main ingredient of ‘Mekhong’- in aplenty of the gold rice field was exhibited by the hundreds of acrylic sticks with the movement of LED lights as they were among the wind.

The Gold Rice field installation


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Material Board Ceiling: Dark wood, Copper spray paint/ Wall: Dark wood, Black mirror, Copper spray paint / Floor: Dark wood, Stainless


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Wrapping with Thai silk, a fabric installation -CNC Thai pattern on plywoodencourage visitors to touch and realise how exquisite detail of Thai fabric was. Then, a footage about Thai craftsmanship would be played by groping smoothly on surface because of interactive system hidden below installation linked to screen. Thai textile -which is embroidered delicatelyrepresented as Thai craftsmanship. Likewise, in the process of produced ‘Mekhong’ whisky, the best quality of raw materials was selected punctiliously by hand from others, including the suitable proportion of each ingredient resulting in the perfect taste. This was selected carefully by specialists and the appropriate length of ripened time was calculated decently.

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Material Board Ceiling: spray paint, fabric / Wall: fabric / Floor: red carpet, dark wood


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With the flowing water sound and wave of light, the pathway was reminiscent of a moment spent on the banks of the Mekhong river at the last glow of sunset. Regarding to the inspiration of the first Thai whisky name, ‘Mekhong’ is actually the name of the river -which is the centre of relation for Thai people in numerous circumstances of life.

Reference The moving wave of lighting with the combination of cool and warm colours was inspired by the reflection of sunset on water.


01 House of Thai Spirit Professional works Wave installation The wave of lighting and interactive projector on the floor follow your steps.

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Material Board Ceiling: chrome spray paint / Wall: glass, mirror, stainless / Floor: navy carpet


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To be secretive to a mysterious recipe, no one can see it unless ones standed closely enough to recognise the pleasing scent. Subsequently, the visual of medium would appear gradually. There was the diversity of scents from a variety kind of Thai herbs ranging from solid to liquid in ‘Mekhong’ recipe. Each of them was exhibited in the cabinet in various from of material, such as mockup herb, hanging tiny installation with screen and solid resin. Interactive design To design a sequence of scents experience, visitors should smell it by nose before revealing what the exact herb in the cabinet was.

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How it works Sensor will work on condition that someone standed close to podium. Then light was turned on affecting to the two way glass -which changed from reflective glass into transparent glass.

Herb Installation: Side A (Left) : Agarwood, flower water, candle, caramel


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Herb Installation: Side B (Right) : Ginger, Ylang-ylang, Thai perfume, Balsamc

Material Board Ceiling: gold spray paint / Wall: two-way glass, gold spray paint, curved tempered glass / Floor: metallic epoxy, marble


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In the red-orange room fulfilled with a variety of seasoning and oregano installation, a tunnel-like space across the room allowing visitors to absorb the spread of mediums in the infinite dimension. As almost signature ingredients of ‘Mekhong’ whisky are spicy flavour, drinkers immediately undergo the strong taste of them fragrantly at the first sip.

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Material Board Ceiling: acrylic mirror / Wall: red-orange spray paint, tempered glass / Floor: red-orange epoxy, mirror


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“If you want to know about a culture, spend a night in its bar,” says Ernest Hemingway. However, in Thai society, you have to take part in a drinking party. In the atmosphere of Thai drinking party with five chairs and a table full of savoury dishes and a bottle of ‘Mekhong’, a animation was projected on the table as if the party already started, meanwhile, the conversation of people grumbling and the sound of giving a toast was turned on.

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Reference: The example of projection mapping


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Material Board Ceiling: dark wood/ Wall: black mirror/ Floor: dark wood, carpet


02 Pearl Gallery 2015-2016 Location: Phuket, Thailand. Area: 300 Sq.m. Diving down to the deep ocean, the best quality of pearls would be discovered. Pearl Gallery was part of Royal Gems Pavilion, where was one of the popular tourist attractions in Phuket divided into two parts: exhibition and retail. In this pearl exhibition section, the purpose of this work was to educate foreign tourists about pearl before deciding to buy one. To create story related to sea level, tourists would experience atmosphere from land going down to the abyss.

The Mystery of Pearl Natural Pearl Phuket Treasure The deepest part of the ocean


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The Mystery of Pearl

The mysterious ocean beds were the birthplace of precious pearl. Driving down to the ocean through tunnel, fiber optic was used for represent plankton in the abound ocean.


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Typical Column: the detail of Sino-Portuguese Architecture combined with 5mm. clear glass.

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The diversity of pearl: the natural formation of pearls was a miracle of nature. For the time being, the most unique, exquisite, lustrous and naturally-round pearls were formed. Despite the diverse range of pearls all around the world, they all shared a defining but unique feature, which was their lustrous surface. To introduce the general background of pearls, Sino-Portuguese mansions, which were the signature style of architecture in the old Phuket town, encouraged guests to learn more information through loose and built-in furniture.

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Elevation (Left to right) Fish Tank, Display showcase.


Design details: To create transparent partition of display, acrylic was used..

Pearls in difference size: Pearls range in size from 5.5 mm to 12.5 mm.

Pearl installation: From 2Dinfographic to 3Dinstallation. The data about length of time related to size of pearls.

Signage: Texts engraved into the 5mm. acrylic with LED striplight.

Elevation (Left to right) Pearl installaion, Display showcase.


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Display Showcase: View point from another room.


Island Outline

Plan The Phuket Island Installation.

Perspective The Phuket Island Installation.


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Material samples for custom made chandelier.

All pearls from Phuket were Treasure because of an advantage of geography, plentiful plankton and optimum temperature for pearls. This installation shows special emphasis on the high quality as well as the high quantity of pearls surrounding Phuket Island. Fiberglass was used as a main material to miniaturise the Phuket Island.

Phuket Island: Texture painted fiberglass as reference Contour @ 10mm.

Steel structure with plywood: dark brown paint

Elevation The Phuket Island Installation.

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Ocean : CNC cut- 10mm. THK.Acrylic


Junk ship This represented the export of pearls to other countries.

Ocean details 10mm. THK clear acrylic was used to represent waves in the ocean.

The Phuket Island map in 3D. To extrude the outline of Phuket seen in map.

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uket. Each layer were differ from other by 10mm.


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In the darkest room in this exhibition, the pathway led visitors to look at the most beautiful pearl in the deepest part of ocean.

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ate visitor’s eye level leading to the focus point.

Designed details Curved wood structure and laminate reflecting the light from projector.


03 Suriyasai Bar 2017-2018 Locatio n: Bangkok , Thailand. Area: 360 Sq.m. Suriyasai Bar, one of Suriyasai House Projects, is located in a private zone though easily accessible from the favoured classy areas of Bangkok. It is where an noble family had lived. “Homestyle Pleasure” was the key of this project – to be simple but significant. Some decorative elements were inspired by Siamese House in 1910 together with the existing structure of this building creating interesting spaces with exquisite decoration. Targeted groups from analysis were “sophisticated spenders”. The opportunity to enjoy some free time was absolutely precious; it could not be treated carelessly. Moreover, they chose to treat their important people with a precious free time, it had to be perfect. That was why extra functions had to be enhanced including Gallery with a jazz band, a cigar room, seating areas with private corners as well as a secret private room, which could be reserved as a special meeting.


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Space planning The space is divided into 8parts,

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1. Main Bar 2. Gallery 3. Seating area 4. Jazz Band 5. Cigar room 6. Storage 7. W.c. 8. Private room

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Starting with the analysis of the best use of this building and the existing structure, the largest space without any column was fulfilled by the main bar. Gallery was settled to be parallel with seating areas as people sitting in front of huge painting following the L shape of the building and the corner was suitable to have a jazz band. The existing columns were led to private corners for seating areas but still connected to the next room by sliding the curtain, which was contemporarily partitioned. At the end of the corner, a cigar room was located because Ventilation System was needed to be emitted some smoke to outside.

Material Board Dark red wood was the major material applied to every part from wall to ceiling.


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With a comfortable set of designed furniture, people sitting in this space was enclosed by a dark green curve wall together with a signature design for Suriyasai bar. All elements on walls were aligned in appropriate balanced design with gold painted wood, stained glass as well as big clear glass for perceiving beautiful scenery. Selecting chandelier and wall lamp to be decorated as well as properly functioned.

Material Board Ceiling: Dark red wood, dark green spray paint / Wall: dark green spray paint, gold spray pain, extra clear glass , stained glass, stainless / Floor: dark red wood.


Sketch book The sketching of initial design.

Material Board The system of skirting and cornice order was designed as well as typical form and finishing.

Designed details The infinity of vault using mirror in the end of arch.

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Designed details Wood was cut following the angle of wall.

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Designed details Stained glasses were filled in the gab of wall.

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Creating new experience for all drinkers, gallery was designed for various kinds of events, from an installation to a fashion show.

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Gallery 01 (Work in Progress)

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Sketching

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From sketching to making process with a carpenter, the signature chair for Suriyasai bar was developed to be suitable for sitting as well as used as an interior design. Regarding to the concept “Homestyle Pleasure�, local ratten materials was used following by round wood and burgundy fabric.

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Flagship Store 2016-2017 Location: Bangkok, Thailand. Area: 130 Sqm. Erb Flagship Store or Erb bliss room is located at Gaysorn village, which is the first Lifestyle Urban Village in Bangkok. The concept behind this store was “the forbidden garden� applied to space planning, furniture layout plan, finishing, loose and built-in furniture as well as colours. Regarding to space planning, the most secret space -Spa- was separated from other parts and hidden from people with pivot mirror door, only invited guests allow getting in. On the other hand, pivot door could be opened when this room turns into the workshop space.


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Market zone This zone was created to attract customers such as tourists who just want to grab some hand cream or body lotion and they could pay for it through the connection of cashier, small arch on the left hand. Moreover, it was an open space blended to walkway encouraging the walk-in visit. Once they walked into the market, the atmosphere in retail space would persuade them walking through the main arch to the secret garden.

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Space Planning 1. Market 2. Retail space 3. Perfume bar 4. Spa 5. Storage Setting Erb Ultrasonic Aroma Diffuser close by the walkway to invite customer by scents.


Retail Space Walking into the secret garden, the magic of all products with natural ingredients attracted more customers to try one. Washbasin was already prepared. With dark green floor tiles, light green walls and the pivot mirror door, people could forget their time, like lost in the jungle, when shopping in this store.

Flora installation Mineral Shower Gel, Natural Bar Soap and body scrub were display on p

Furniture design: Signature display for Erb flagship store. Orange marble with copper stainless hairline and white solid surface with green.

Shelf for gift sets. Combined this light green painted wood with the existing column.


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Spa. Where my inner energy is healed and eventually returning a “True me� back to reallity. This is concept of Erb spa.


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Publication: Erb Bliss Room was published in “ELLE Decoration magazine”, February-March 2018


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01 Southeast Asian Music Museum 2012-2013

The Final Design Project Location: College of Music, Mahidol University. Nakhon Pathom, Thailand.

Architectural Model for interior space.

The Southeast Asian Music Museum presented the intersection of musical culture in Southeast Asian countries comprising Thailand, Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, Vietnam, Philippines, Malaysia, Indonesia, Brunei, and Singapore. The objectives of the museum were to collect musical instruments, and explored the role of music in society and sounds of Thai, folk and Southeast Asian musical instrument. The exhibitions also aimed to offer the visitors an interactive experience rather than presenting information in long texts. Sketching

Concept The concept behind this project was a “Journey of Sound�, using materials as a vehicle driving through space and time in the exhibition. Bamboo, the main material in this project, was applied in form of walls, ceilings, furniture and decorations in every part of the museum. This was because Bamboo was a significant material used in almost everything in this region including instruments. Followed by bronze and leather, they were also used to make musical instruments so far.


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Section A / Section B 1. Lobby hall 2. Information 3. Waiting Area 4. Coffee shop 5. Exhibition 1 6. Exhibition 2 Route A: Sound 7. Sound Lab 8. Mini Music Hall 9. Exhibition 2 Route B: Space 10. Exhibition 2 Route C: Time 11. Exhibition 3 Hall of Fame 12. Exhibition 3 Silent room


Mini Music Hall The transition space, between exhibition 1 and exhibition 2 and 3, was created as an environment for using in different functions at different times. Multi-Funtion: Normally, a seating area was provided for visitors to take a rest after walking for a long way in exhibitions, and also for the large number of student groups. On the other hand, this space could be adjusted to form a mini music hall by translucent partition separating the seating from the main circulation Design: -Feature wall represented the movement of sound through the transition. -Ceiling design, inspired by woodwind instruments, to create prominent points in this transition. -Colour: Scheme of Olive green and desert sand.

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Storyline Regarding to the concept “Journey of Sound”, visitors started their journey at Exhibition 1 “Beginning of Journey” and they could create their own experience in different ways through Sound, Space or Time in Exhibition 2 before ending at the same place in Exhibition 3 “Silent Room”.

Exhibition 1 The Beginning of Sound

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Starting with “The Beginning o f S o u n d �, a n c i e n t m u s i c a l instruments were presented in forms of real objects in a huge s p a ce a n d l o n g s c re e n w i t h projector.

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Instruction 1. To explore a musical instrument in the visual box. 2. To hear a sound and guess which kind of an instrument was. 3. The box became transparent and visitor could finally see what was inside.

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Route A: Sound In this route, exhibitions divided into four parts were about the sequence of instrument origin presented by various kinds of media. A1-”Natural Sound” A2-”Sound from material” A3-”How to make sound” A4-”Cuture through instrument”

A1.”Natural Sound” section Content: In the past, humans learned about sound when they were in caves. This inspired the natural sound exhibition. In addition, the paintings from ancient people were presented on a rough wall. Design: -Reflective wall: When visitors came in, they could hear their echo sound. -Colour: Dark brown

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B2. “Sound from material” section Content: Initial introduction of Bamboo instrument. Design: various types and forms of bamboo were applied to ceiling, partition and interactive station.


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B3. “How to make sound” section Content: experiment with instruments (Top-Left) To continue reading more detail.

B4.”Cuture through instrument” section Content: the end of the route showed the great view of vernacular architecture, located in east of building. Design: light colour was chosen to create a relaxing space.


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In this route, exhibitions divided into three parts were about the purpose of instrument origin in different periods of time presented by different themes.

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B1. “Supernatural” Content: Reference to the past, people believed that devils in nature brought richness to them, especially water, so they produced songs to offer sacrifices to a spirit. Design: elements of design were inspired by water, solid form, and into twelve stations, referring to twelve months and monthly event originated from traditional beliefs.

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Future of Southeast Asian m At the end of the exhibition, the purpose of this part was that visitors realised the meaningful past and moved on to the future by starting from the sound inside their bodies – the heart beats. Then, the last message to them was:

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02 The Energe Shopping mall 2011

Subject: Interior Architecture Design 3 Location: Bangkok, Thailand.

The new concept of this renovated shopping mall was “Dynamic Movement”, inspired by the movement of running man. Then, a diagram was created and applied to design elements, space and facade. Interactive sensors were installed to link with application on customer’s smart phone. They would know how many calories they were burning while walking in the shopping mall. It was a gimmick, to encourage customers to walk as much as they can. As the shopping mall’s target group was the healthy, a special facility called “Running Arcade” designed for them, and also the “Energe Foodcourt.”.

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Dynamic Movement, which inspired by the movement of running man, was applied to design interior space, facade and design elements in this shopping mall.

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Running Kiosk The rare items were selected from around the world.

Running Kiosk Shelf was inspired by shoepad.

First Floor Plan Women’s Sport Fashion/ Women’s Accessories/ Shoe Cosmetic/ Bank/ Restaurant

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Second Floor Plan Men’s Sport Fashion/ Men’s Accessories/ Shoe Men’s Fashion/ Bookstore/ Restaurant


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Third Floor Plan Fitness/ Running Arcade/ Sports Village Technology/ Entertainment/ Restaurant

Fourth Floor Plan Sports village/ Basketball Arcade/ Football Arcade Energe Foodcourt/ Healthy Land/ Restaurant


Running Customisation: A lab encouraged people to create their own favourite shoe by selecting models, materials and colours -which could reflect their lifestyles.


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“Running Arcade provided knowledge and creating a new experience for running lovers. Functions were divided into Running Kiosk, Running Fashion, Running Experience, and Running Customisation. Customers could try a variety of products such as sneakers, running shoes and customised shoes on the different eXperience running tracks including Running Track, Running Path and Running Field.

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Running Fashion: Display by using the category of size.

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Running eXperience: Running Track Before selecting the appropreate shoe, Try it!


03 The Huge Hand 2009

Concept

The Huge hand was inspired by Fiddler crab because it had a specific characteristic, an enlarged major claw. This object was designed by studying movement and composition of fiddler crab. Firstly, diagram of its movement was drawn. Secondly, many experimental prototypes were made. Finally, a final product was completed.

Subject: Visual Studies and Communication Interior Architecture

Instruction 1. To put on your arm 2. To press 3. To pick something up

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Publication: Huge hand was published in “Art4D magazine”, November2010


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