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SHAN LU

POR T F O L I O

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INTERIOR DESIGN


EDUCATION

SHAN LU INTERIOR DESIGN

2017 to 2020

Savannah College of Art and Design

2013 to 2017

East China Normal University - Shanghai, China

2015 to 2016

Corvinus University of Budapest - Budapest, Hungary

shanludesign@gmail.com

Bachelor of Fine Arts in Landscape Architecture Landscape Architecture

EXPERIENCE

470.351.9488 https://www.linkedin.com/in/shan-lu-1108/

- Atlanta & Savannah Campus, GA Master of Fine Arts in Interior Design

Jun 2019 to Aug 2019

A self-driven graduate student from SCAD seeks a career within the fields of interior

Corporate Global Design Intern Marriott International HQ - Bethesda, Maryland - Primarily assisted in Marriott Selected Brands custom decor and design reviews to evaluate the design and FF&E specifications for compliance with Marriott brand standards. - Interfaced with vendors and design firms to develop appropriate hotel design contents and ensure Marriott Selected Brands maintain their design aesthetic and brand characteristics. - Supported CFRST Renovation team. Responsible for updating brands decor packages and organizing fitness renovation expansion document. - Created presentation template and graphics for use in training the New Builds team on the new modular construction program.

design. Experienced in both landscape architecture and interior design in diverse

Jun 2018

environments. Grow from every oppotunity

to

that presents to me, and look forward to

Interior Design Intern HZADI. CO. LTD - Hangzhou, China

Sep 2018

- Participated in a shopping mall design project. Mainly assisted in site analysis, space planning with AutoCAD, architectural physical modeling, 3D modeling with SketchUp, and creating presentation boards. - Supported the healthcare design team, responsible for creating and updating space planning prototypes. - Assisted in several residential projects, from site planning, to architecture design and specific interior prototype. Contributed landscape design, include riverside, public exercise area, pavements, and wayfinding. Developed custom features of residential building facade.

Jan 2018

Interior Designer SCAD CLC & Novelis - Atlanta, Georgia

gain more on my career path.

to Mar 2018

- Collaborated with 17 team members to deliver a final design package of Novelis workplace. Demonstrated strong communication skills in collaboration with an international design team. - Followed up the whole process closely, from meeting with the client, collecting design suggestions from associates, providing design concepts, involving design development, to creating the final presentation that consisting of 3D model, project booklet, and digital presentation. - Primary responsible for preliminary conceptual design, creating wayfinding system based on the company culture and value, and developing 3D diagrams and photo-realistic renderings.


INVOLVEMENTS 2020

SCAD Serve - Volunteer Cause: Health Made positive/motivational posters for cancer patients at the Curtis and Elizabeth Anderson Cancer Institute.

2019

SCAD Open Studio - Volunteer Cause: Arts and Culture SCAD open studio is a full-service art consultancy offering distinctive design and curatorial services to global collectors and organizations. - Communicated and promoted the purchase of artworks. - Recorded the details of on-site purchases - Assisted in guide the space and maintained the exhibition order. - Packaged all sold artworks for delivery.

2019

Garrison School of Arts - Volunteer Cause: Education and Children Volunteered to help elementary students create popsical minion.bookmarks.

2019

Salvation Army - Volunteer Redesigned the Salvation Army window display with all storaged vintage items.

2017

Table of Content 01

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Spirituality in Place Restaurant Design

Symphony on the Land Visitor Center

Rockbund Art Museum - Tour Giude Explained artworks and guided museum visitors.

SKILLS Revit / Auto CAD / 3Ds Max / SketchUp / Bluebeam / Microsoft Office Suite / Adobe Creative Suite Space Planning / Master Planning / FF&E / Graphics Skills / Digital Rendering / Environmental Design Adaptability / Problem-solving / Organizational Skills / Creative Direction / Time Management / Collaboration

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Overlapping Retail Design

Active Life Assisted Living Facility

HONORS Dec 2016 The Second-class Academic Honor Scholarship Jan 2015

Laszlo Hudec Honor Full Scholarship

Dec 2014 The First-class Academic Honor Scholarship

ORGANIZATION NEWH - The Hospitality Industry Network Student Member

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Mixed Media Watercolor. Print-making.


Spirituality in Place Spirituality in Place type Restaurant Design area 10,000 sq ft location Chicago, Illinois software Revit, 3Ds Max, Auto CAD, Adobe Photoshop

This restaurant design evolves around the idea: Spirituality in Place. In many cultures and traditions, spirituality and food are greatly intertwined. In western culture, many people conduct a prayer before eating, expressing gratitude for food and family to stimulate spiritual growth. In the east, contemplative traditions are practiced by eating meals in silence or “mindful eating� as a spiritual experience.

Taste, sense, and gathering for a meal can play an essential role in feeding the imagination and spirituality. The ultimate goal of this project is to identify the complex dimensions of sensory responses that affect human behavior, attachment, and affective response, and examine how these patterns can promote appreciation, enjoyment, and sense of belonging in a dining experience.


Humanity

Wonder

Awe

Concept Statement & Development

Narritive Authenticity

Flow Unity

Spiritual Experience

Spirituality in place aims to create a journey that promotes relationships between places and things, as well as relationships among people.This concept consists of three aspects: the social world refers to humanity which is characterized by narrative and authenticity; the intimate self implies sensuality, which refers to human’s sensory responses, and the environment is associated with sustainability, which connects human’s attachment with natural elements.

Sensuality

Sense of Place Phenomenology

Creativity Spontaneity

Sustainability Biophilia

User Journey The demand to eat alone

Be attracted to the environment

Have a certain awareness

AWARE

USING Eat with certain visual connections

Check the belongings for the greatest relaxation

Along with familiarity

Eating with high privacy

REFLECTING

Seek for inner peace with sensory stimulations

Pay attention to the circulation

JOINING

Involve in social connections


Design Implications

Programming nce Entra

Design should transform a typical restaurant environment to place with sensory features

Reception

Gallery ACOUSTIC

Waiting Area

GHT DAYLI

Design should provide spaces for spiritual exercises that combine with dining

Private Dining

Coat Check

ACOUSTIC

Design should include direct or indirect interactions with natural elements to deepen human attachment

DAYLIGHT

Individual Dining

Design should incorporate materials that express human instinct to bring sense of authenticity to the space

Design should explore sense of place in different levels, from the knowledge of being located in a place, to the place of belonging, attachment, and involvement.

Boothing Dining

Payment Station

Dining Area

ACOUSTIC

Meditation Area

Restroom

Back of House

Private

Public


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Custom Coat Check

The Journey Third Ground Level

Waiting Platform Custom Focused Lightings of the Dining Area

Entrances - Reception & Gallery - Waiting Area & Coat Check -

Custom Library Ceilings Custom Individual Dining Seats Private Dining Rooms for four to six People Custom Dining Booths

Mezzanine Level

- Dining Area - Private Dining Rooms - Library & Individual Dining Restrooms

Private Dining Rooms for eight to ten People

Custom Columns Meditation Platforms Passageway from the Third Ground Level to the First Ground Level

First Ground Level -

Back of House Meditation & Dining Private Dining Room Restrooms Exits


PERSPECTIVE


WAITING AREA NARRITIVE

Design of the first key experience lets people suddenly exposed to something special, fresh, interesting, spiritual stimulating and energizing. The falling water acts as a non-rhythmic sensory stimulius that randomly connected with nature and spirituality. Its transparency also gives those waiting here a degree of awareness of the entire environment.

FLEXIBILITY

The idea of flexible use is to provide a certain seating space in the waiting area while allowing it to become a standing space during high-density where people can still enjoy the waiting time.

1. Customer Elevator 2. Employee Elevator 3. Waiting Area & Coat Check 4. Reception & Gallery 5. Passageway 6. Library & Individual Dining 7. Dining Area 8. Private Dining Room 9. Private Dining Room

10. Unisex Restroom 11. Water Dining Area 12. Meditation Area 13. Large Private Dining Room 14. Unisex Restroom 15. Cooking & Preparation 16. Storage 17. Employee Breakroom 18. Payment Station

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LIBRARY & INDIVIDUAL DINING Belong to a Place Prospect and Refuge Theory Human perfer edge settings between open and closed areas to get a sense of security and belonging.


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DINING AREA The dining area is designed to connect with the waiting area on the upper level, and the meditation and dining area on the lower level. It features the unity, flow, and wonder of a spiritual experience.


Custom Focused Lightings

Waiting Area

Custom Library Ceilings Dining Booth

Small Private Dining Room

Passageway

Large Private Dining Room

Meditation and Dining

SECTION 1

Waiting Area Entrances on the Third Ground Level Library

Back of House Exits on the First Ground Level

SECTION 2

SENSE OF PLACE

- Attachment to a place

The cubicle booths are designed to bringthe acoustic effect, which can minimize negative variables and distractions and provides a higher level of intimacy, leading to a sense of attachment.

BIOPHILIA

The large curtain wall brings a view to natural processes. It leads to the experience of feeling whole, attention restoration, stimulating or calming, conveys a sense of time, weather and other living things, that helps to improve the spiritual awareness and maximize comfort.


MEDITATION & DINING Design features complexity which inspired by the integration of natural harmony and order. The built environment has opportunities to appeal to the feeling of being integrated, unified, and organized, which is the characteristic of peak experience.

Space extends the shape beyond the ending points, which indicates a direction to comprehend a scene. The continuity of atmosphere transits from higher to lower level, creating a sense of familiarity.


PRIVATE DINING SENSE OF PLACE The presence of water enhances the spiritual experience through seeing, hearing, and touching of water. It encourages people to feel powerful, fascinating and attractive. The fluidity and atmosphere contribute to make space both calming and spiritual stimulation.

PHENOMENOLOGY

Design to embody the spiritual dining experience through the feelings of emotions, fantasies, and dreams, while bringing sensorial connections through imagination and satisfaction.

AUTHENTICITY

Finish selections attempt to express a sense of authenticity, symbolically referring to contours, patterns, and textures that exist in nature, making people feel attractive and thoughtful.


Sumphony on the Land client Shennongjia Forestry District project type Visitor Center area 5,000 sq ft location Hubei, China software SketchUp, Adobe Photoshop

This project is the design of the visitor center of Shennongjia Forestry District. As the largest primary forests remaining in Central China, Shennongjia is considered to be one of three centers of endemic plant species, a reflection of its geographical transitional position which has shaped its biodiversity, ecosystems and biological evolution. The location of the visitor center provides natural access to the landscape. The design challenge is to create a stage that maximizes and adapts to changes in the visitors’ visual experience.

Through the full combination of the built environment and nature, the visitor center design strives to highlight and emphasize a unique starting point for their journey. The whole experience is a tour for the immensity, a way for the last skin, for the edge of the horizon. It raises and places people in the situation of uniqueness and, experiencing the condition to live in the most exterior skin in the last limit, in the limit where the body joins both interior and exterior area.


Concept

Harmony

Rhythem

Complexity

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The overall design concept is Symphonic, it primarily strives to highlight the essential core of a harmonious experience. The built environment does not grow on the land alone, but through the adaptation and integration ultimately empower each other and create similarities and become a unity. Symphonies are characterized by harmony, rhythm, and complexity. Spatial processing for the experience of sensuous forest interface with the distance to the forest, serves to allow people to gently live in harmony with nature.

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1. Reception / Tickets 2. Rest Spaces 3. Cafe 4. Restrooms 5. Exhibition area 6. Gift Shop


GIFT SHOP

STRUCTURE OF GIFT SHOP

The structure features the concept of rhythm and complexity. Its breathable space creates a dialogue between inside and outside that allows people to explore without blocking their view.


Roof / Ceiling Skylight

Glazing and Wall

Building Structure

Floor

Materiality and Senses By adhering to a neutral palette and withdrawing materials found promarily in the natural environment, the material selections serve to be timeless and minimal.


SEAMLESS EXPLORATION

In the interior space, visitors have a panoranic view of the forest with a glass facade all around its strucure. As a seamless extension of the existing topography, the winding glass building naturally penetrates into the space and expands the space through various flowing changes, maximizing the visual experience of visitors.


RECEPTION / TICKETS


Round reception desk can face the entire room, inviting visitors from any angle

Platform for brochures

Space for printer and shared resources ADA platform

BIOMIMICRY Phase I

Phase I

Column

Geometric Shape

Phase II

Phase II

Decomposed Volume

Emphasize Volume

Phase III

Phase III

Bionic Deformation

Bionic Deformation

Phase IV

Phase IV

Complexity

Complexity

The customized structure echoes the shapes of "grass" and "flower" to make the building truly blend in with the natural environment. Recreate an artificial element in the architectural space for the continuation of the forest. It is people's sense of rhythm on the natural structure and a higher level of the natural integration of people's association of forest.


Overlapping client The Citizenry project type Retail Design area 16,100 sq ft location Savannah, Georgia software Revit, 3Ds Max, Adobe Photoshop

This project is a specialty store designed to embody the brand The Citizenry while integrating the design trends of refining craftsmanship, digital technology, and sustainability-minded, immersing customers in a world of dynamic and authenticity to integrate brand value and culture, attract people’s attention, and highlights product advantages.

The ultimate goal of this retail design project is to connect the retail experience to the stories of craftmanship, thereby establishing the emotional connection between the brand and customers who values quality, craftsmanship, authenticity. It takes social impact and sustainability seriously that applies the sustainable strategies to educate customers for long-term use.


Client Synthesis The Origin of Brand

“The Citizenry” is a reflection of the collective of

The Citizenry was inspired by never-ending sense of wanderlust and mutual desire to make a positive impact.

individuals – artisans, designers, and dreamers – who rally together across cultures and continents to craft collections.

CARLY NANCE

India

Indonesia

Chile

Mali

Vietnam

Morocco

Ireland

Mexico

ARTISAN GROUPS

Uganda

Peru

RACHEL BENTLEY

collaboration

Argentina

Brand Idea The Citizenry converts handmade stories. Add value to the Citizenry products by enveloping them with unparalleled stories from around the world that engages the target audience. The idea of the Citizenry is to tell the story behind the products, the process, and how artisans craft these functional art pieces.


Target Customers

Competition

Affluent consumers 25-40 year old who travel internationally and reside in major metropolitan areas.

Name: Jenny Age: 32 Occupation: Nutritionist “The founders travel to each country to work with artisans and then sell the products directly to consumers. It’s a business model that keeps costs low and helps artisans find design ideas. As a customer, we value their thoughts and efforts”

CUSTOMERS

Corporate Culture

Global Style Small Batch

Doing Good

Perception of Brand • Feeling the emotional connection with the story behind the products. • Appreciating the value of the craftman, not machine • Understanding the culture identity • Connecting the world to the stories of one of a kind craftmanship.

Consumer Personas

Name: Andrew Age: 35 Occupation: Senior Analyst “The Citizenry allows people to shop the world’s most gorgeous goods for the home. The brand is an intersection of vivid, global finds with minimalist lean. It taps local artisans to ensure each item is made ethically and resourcefully.”


Site and Building Analysis

SUN EXPOSURE AND SHADING

The south side of the building receives sun all day. The storefront is located in the south side, and the sun hitting the front facade at noon.

INTERIOR IMPACT

All open windows face south, while the north windows are sealed. The south side gets the greatest heat from the constact sunlight, so design should consider placing low-energy activities in the hottest area and using heat-tolerant materials in the front door.

SPACE VOLUMES & VERTICAL CIRCULATION

The organizational system of the entire building is grid. There are 26 columns in total. The vertical circulation consists of two staircases, one elevator, and one escalator.

Entry and Exits

Column

Staircase

Elevator

Escalator


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Surrounding and Proximity


User Journey COMPELLING

ORIENTATING

no goals at this point

take a look, get to know

interested, curious

require efforts but excited

INTERACTING

EXTENDING

get insired, match expectations

excited

exhausted

attracted

convenient and helpful

waiting to pay is painful

satisfied

ADVOCATING

share feeling, come again

impressed

“I have to share this”


Inspiration & Concept The idea was inspired by the origin concept of the brand, which is the never-ending sense of wanderlust. The design creates a linear experience that contributes to build an emotional connection between the customers and the Citizenry, from the immersive, to the lifestyle, to the experience of making process, and to the purchase. This project also implements sustainable design principles that take into account energy efficiency and air quality, while being aesthetically pleasing and encouraging customers to experience, enjoy, and be educated of the benefits of the sustainable lifestyle. The concept Overlapping describes the ideas of function, connection, combination, and transition. Based on these characteristics, the design creates a dynamic, interactive, and continuous space.

Office

Storage

Restroom

Elevator

Product Display

Product Display

Cashier

Cashier

First Floor

Function

Connection

Combination

Transition

Elevator

Cafe

Storage Employee

Maker Experience

Maker Experience

Window Display

Window Display

Cafe

Second Floor


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1F Floor Plan

Circulation and Exploration The space layout considers circulation while encouraging customers to have an integrated experience. In most cases, customers directly heading to the second floor to interact, get to know the brand and inspire curiosity, then go down to the first floor for specific product appreciation and consumption.

Materiality and Senses While combining with the natural and relieved styles of the brand, materiality keeps the aesthetic style of minimalism, allowing consumers to completely immerse themselves in the world of The Citizenry.

1. Entry - Moving Landscape Channel 2. Storage 3. Office 4. Conference Room 5. All Gender Restrooms 6. Customer Elevator 7. Elevator to the third and fourth floors 8. Fire Passages 9. Product Display Area

Recycled Carpet

Timber

2F Floor Plan

10. Ceramic Workshop 11. Glass Workshop 12. Textile Workshop 13. Leather Workshop 14. Employee Breakroom 15. Cafe 16. Cafe Storage 17. Window Displays

Hardwood Wood

Bamboo

Concrete

Hardwood Wood


Design Strategies

Product Display Maker Experience

Cafe

“Moving Landscape Channel”

Artisan Experience lifestyle

Consumption

Integrate all spatial functions to make it experiential and continuous

SECTION 1

Storage

Cafe

Product Display

“Moving Landscape Channel”

Enhance visual connections by introducing vertical connections and opening space boundaries

Use shapes and materials to shape the flow of the experience and provide direction to the customers

SECTION 2

Maker Experience Window Display


“ MOVING LANDSCAPE CHANNEL �

Designed to encourage the customers to walk around to experience the space, therrby reducing carbon emissions. By walking one floor, people can reduce their carbon emissions by 0.5 pounds. Design challenges the concept of sustainable design, not only to design a sustainable space, but also to encourage user participation.

Design integrates digital technology, displays the story behind the artisan groups, thus creating an emotional connection with customers and emphasizing brand value.

Digital Screen Digital Screen

Digital Screen

Digital Screen Digital Screen


LIFESTYLE CAFE BRAND IDENTITY

Design emphasizes the brand identity by the use of brand logo and products, and immediately recall when customers enter the store. The natural materials of wood frames and green plants create a welcoming atmosphere, making the space seem warmer and more intimate, stimulating more communication and promoting a sense of relaxation.

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Location: Second Floor Function: Cafe Counter

Plan

Elevations

Axonometrics

Counter Counter Booth

Storage Booth Palermo Chair

PALERMO CHAIR

Handcrafted in Argentina by the Palermo Leather workshop Measurements: 33"H x 30"W x 30"D

Perspective


MAKER EXPERIENCE

The design of the open boundary maker workshops create a continuous experience and dynamic visual connections. The wayfindings are integrated into the wooden wall to provide customers the directions with a direction of discovery. The other half of the cafe acts as a transit and rest point, connecting the workshops on both sides with great accessibility. The change in floor and ceiling patterns indicates the arrival of another functional area.

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Location: First Floor Function: Cashier

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Location: First Floor Function: Product Display

Plan Plan

Elevation

Elevation

Axonometrics Axonometrics

Perspective

Perspective


PRODUCT DISPLAY

Design of the product display area emphasizes the design concepts and takes the customers on an immersive journey. The frame objects and linear lightings on the ceiling enhance the sense of movement. The maps on the wall show the countries and tell the story behind the brand. The "overlapping" showcases guide people into a dynamic world.


ACTIVE LIFE client Active Life project type Assisted Living Facility area 17,100 sq ft location Savannah, Georgia software Revit, 3Ds Max, Auto CAD, Adobe Photoshop

This project is a design of assisted living facility for the elderly. Due to real or perceived alienation from family and society, the elderly suffer both physical and emotional consequences. Assisted living is for people who need help with day-to-day care. It brings a sense of welcome and encourages the willingness for a long-term stay.

The essence of this project is to embrace the trend of removing the traditional healthcare environment, and bringing users to a more consumer-friendly hospitality environment. In some cases, this trend has been shown to create operational efficiencies and improve the mental health of the residents. This senior living facility takes a cue from the hospitality industry, providing an environment that feels more like a hotel rather than a medical treatment.


User

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Mental Issues

・Overlap of Depression and Anxiety

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・Social Isolation (Loneliness)

The Elderly

・Problem with Decision-making

・Feelings of Worthlessness

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1F Floor Plan 100. Lobby 101. Admission Office 102. Conference Room 103. Pet Office 104. Pet Examing

105. Pet Grooming 106. Pet Training 107. Dining Area 108. Hub 109. Gallery

110. Kitchen 111. Exercise Room 112. All Gender Restrooms 113. Office 114. Storage

Design Strategies ・Spaces to Breath ・Apply Color Theory ・Provide Music Therapy ・Conduct Mediation Exercises ・Provide Group Gathering Hub ・Share Spaces ・Share Common Interests ・Conduct Reading Activities ・Apply Holistic Design Elements ・Establish Intimate Relationships between People and Pets

2F Floor Plan 115. Mail Room 119. Library 120. Music Room 133. Yoga 134. Salon

3F Floor Plan


Concept Statement The design for the three-story building is based on the concept of Interrelation, which focuses on the psychological problems of social isolation of the elderly and aims to provide a supportive and livable environment. The design starts with letting natural light into space and making the building alive. The building allows light to enter and fill the space, passing through three floors to form a lively connection.

Living Suites

Pet Academy

This assisted living facility design encourages senior citizens to live in an open and communicative environment, which not only encourages interpersonal communication, but also establishes the intimate relationship between the elderly and pets and wellness elements. The overall design is to bring a sense of relaxation and pleasure.

Library

Dining Area

Gallery

Yoga

kitchen

Living Suites Roof


RECEPTION & WAITING AREA

Programming Restroom

Lobby

Gallery

Dining Area Kitchen

Pet Academy

Hub

Library Music Room

Living Suites

Yoga Salon

Living Suites

Private

Public

PROFESSIONAL CARE

Rather than an inpatient charge nurse, a uniquely skilled concierge service provides a front-desk response to residents’ daily needs.

SHARED SPACE

Design of the shared space between the reception and waiting area features a wooden panel that connects the two spaces as a whole. It brings a sense of welcoming and social connections. It also features a hospitality feeling floor that indicates the transition from the outdoors to the world of elegant and pleasant.


HUB / ATRIUM

Kitchen Elevation

VISUAL CONNECTION Design to interrelate the core experiences through the atrium with multi-level visual connections, while bringing a sense of security and social connection and to the elderly.

SPACE TO BREATH

Design of the green wall improve the livability of the environment. It provides a restorative space to reduce depression and anxiety.

PROSPECT & REFUGE

Dining area is designed to avoid the visual connection with the higher floors. The design aims to meet the psychological needs that provides people with the ability to observe (prospect) without being seen (refuge).


LIBRARY

LOBBY LIVING SUITE Full size bed to prevent falling

Use walk-in shower instead of bath tub for security

Small gallery kitchen for space efficiency and easy access

Sliding door for easy access

5’ walkway is wheelchair accessible

ADA Handrails

LIBRARY

SENSES Design of the library space creates various senses. It includes two reading experiences; the private reading on one side is secured by the dark finish with the sense of territoriality, encouraging long-term stay, while the open reading seats on the other side are closely attached to the atrium, bringing mental wellness.

Library Elevation


MUSIC ROOM

Pink Paint

Red Velvet

Ceramic Floor

Dark green wallcovering

Reclaimed Wood

Wool Carpet

MUSIC THERAPY

Design of music room attempts to immerse the user with subtle lightings and the use of sound-absorbing surfaces. The music streams bring the complementary sensory stimulation, a constant flow of pleasure, which is benefical to psychological and physical health.


Mixed-Media

Watercolor

P rintmaking


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