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ABOUT ME NAME Yip Jing Wei CONTACT INFORMATION yipjingwei@gmail.com jingweiyip.portfoliobox.me +65 9657 3003 EDUCATION Compassvale Secondary School 2009 - 2012 Singapore Polytechnic Diploma in Interior Design 2013 - 2016

"ATTITUDE IS A LITTLE THING THAT MAKES A BIG DIFFERENCE"


1996

J W / Y

JINGWEI YIP INTERIOR DESIGNER

About Me JINGWEI YIP

Contacts jingweiyip.portfoliobox.me yipjingwei@gmail.com Tel: 9657 3003

Education Compassvale Secondary 2009 - 2012 Singapore Polytechnic Diploma in Interior Design 2013 - 2016

I am someone that you can fully rely and trust in as I am a responsible and reliable individual that is ready to take on any tasks. I also possess leadership skills and is not afraid to take on new challenges. Last but not least, I am a fast learner who has the drive to learn new things every day.

Experience Andy Fisher Workshop Pte Ltd 2 Alexandra Road Delta House #02-04 S159919 With six weeks of internship with Andy Fisher Workshop Pte Ltd, this is the first interior design related job experience. Under the guidance of an architecture firm, I have improved my skill sets such as AutoCAD Detail Drawing and Photoshop Rendering. The skills that I have picked up has greatly improved the quality of my presentation boards which has helped better communicate my designs. I was also exposed to the Furnitures Fixtures and Equipments (FF&E) Department and has better improved my sense of taste in colours and touch. Getting in touch with the materials has made me pay meticulous attention to the slightest details, building up my level of finese for design.

Achievements National Youth Achievement Award Bronze 2010 National Youth Achievement Award Silver 2012 SP Scholarship Award 2013/14/15/16 SP Director’s Honours List Diploma in Interior Design 2014/15 Kumpulan Akitek Best of Design Award 2014/2015 SP Model Student Award 2015/2016

Häagen-Dazs 581 Orchard Road S238883 Häagen-Dazs requires the handling of different types of clients. As an independent individual, I was able to resolve difficult situations during the course of work. Through such experiences, I have assisted different clients. As such it has allowed me to acquire good communication skills.

Skills Adobe PhotoShop 85%

Illustrator 90%

InDesign 50%

3D Max 65%

Revit 70%

PowerPoint 95%

Words 80%

AutoDesk AutoCAD 90%

MicroSoft Excel 40%

Others Lumion 90%


HEY, WELCOME TO MY PORTFOLIO This portfolio is published as a documentation of my work throughout my journey in Singapore Polytechnic as an Interior Design Student. All works recorded in this portfolio are original.


CONTENT PAGE

INTERIOR DESIGN YEAR 2 1 CAPSULE HOTEL PAGES 1 - 9 2 SHOPHOUSE PAGES 10 - 17

INTERIOR DESIGN YEAR 3 1 BRANDING ELECTIVE: ZARA X DIOR VISUAL MERCHANDISING PAGES 18 - 21 2 EUTOPIA | DYSTOPIA FILM: AWOKEN PAGES 22 - 24 3 THE CASE OF THE TRANSPORTER PAGES 25 - 30 4 THE CAFE PROJECT PAGES 31 - 36 5 THE WEDGE HOTEL PAGES 37 - 48


AY 2014 - 2015

CAPSULE HOTEL PAGE 1

HOSPITALITY DESIGN

CAPSULE HOTEL The Capsule Hotel recognizes the notion of hotels as a transient space and introduces design strategies to make one feel at home upon their first arrival and also resolves the consequences of a small space by introducing sky lights of different sizes as well as its colour choices to lighten the visual weight of the unit. The massing of the hotel consists of 4 units that makes up one level. Applying the concept of community living, the orientation of each unit differs, catering one private corridor to each unit. With 4 units surrounding the centre platform, it naturally becomes a spot for communal activities. Hence, it is where the lounge is, for the inhabitants of all 4 units to gather and sit around.


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FLOOR PLAN


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SECTION X

SECTION Y


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MASSING ISOMETRIC DRAWING


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INTERIOR ISOMETRIC DRAWING


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ROOM UNIT RENDERING


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ROOM UNIT MODEL


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ROOM UNIT MODEL


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AY 2014 - 2015

SHOPHOUSE PROJECT PAGE 10

COMMERCIAL DESIGN

SHOPHOUSE PROJECT Sepheda is situated at 8 Belilios Lane where traditional shophouses exist in the historical district of Little India. The design for the shophouse strives to engage the younger generation into gaining more knowledge on the tradition and culture of this historical place. Inspirations from the past has allowed old styles to be recreated on runways. The olden day clothing styles work hand in hand with the existing modern fusion to remind people of the past yet includes the context of modern day wear. In attempt to revive the spirit of traditional costumes which were once such a commonly worn fashion piece, modern fashion is introduced with the concept of traditional stories to attract the younger consumers thus this space functions as a retail shop as well as an educational space.


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FLOOR PLANS (SHOPHOUSE LEVEL 1, 2, 3)


SHOPHOUSE PROJECT PAGE 12

LONG SECTION


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SHORT SECTIONS


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SHOPHOUSE ISOMETRIC DRAWING


SHOPHOUSE PROJECT PAGE 15

SHOPHOUSE INTERIOR RENDERING


SHOPHOUSE PROJECT PAGE 16

SHOPHOUSE OVERALL MODEL


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AY 2015 - 2016

BRANDING ELECTIVE: ZARA X DIOR VISUAL MERCHANDISING PAGE 18

BRANDING DESIGN

BRANDING ELECTIVE: ZARA X DIOR VISUAL MERCHANDISING The concept of liberation as well as sensuality between nature and human, proposes campaign statement called "Follow Your Instincts" to promote the liberation and freedom in choice as an individual. Having translated the idea of feminism and elegance together with the concept of liberation and sensuality from the Fall Winter 2015 collection, the element of Snow Mountain is used to create the magical and natural atmosphere. In each scene, 3 different animals were chosen because of their gentle behaviour in nature to emphasize on the magical touch and surrealism this design is aiming for. The gradient sunset scene served as the backdrop to create a narrative to document Dior’s core brand values; Elegance, Feminism and Luxury.


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CONCEPT SKETCHES


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WINDOW UNIT ISOMETRIC DRAWING


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WINDOW UNIT MODEL


AY 2015 - 2016 THEORY OF DESIGN FILM

UTOPIA/DYSTOPIA FILM: AWOKEN (SYNOPSIS) Enter Daniel, a middle aged man playing his part in the circle of economy, living an ordinary life. That is until one very morning when he got retrenched from his job. Daniel has spent weeks trying to find a suitable job, but most of the job interviews he went to were either too low paying, or his interview got rejected. Already out of a job and out of money, he received a call from the bank telling him that his account has been frozen as he was not able to pay his loans. For every person’s life, there are ups and downs. This was definitely Daniel’s lowest point of his life. Daniel decides to drink away his problems as he was broke and jobless. He ran away from his problems instead of facing them. Eventually, he found himself dead drunk on the roof of a carpark. Drunk and groggy, Daniel collapsed to the floor and dozed off. A beeping alarm wakes him up, as Daniel finds himself in the condo apartment but not on the rooftop of a carpark, sleeping on cold hard concrete. After which, he experienced an emotional rollercoaster. Under the influence of alcohol, Daniel could not bother trying to comprehend what was going on. Instead he decided to just go with it and indulge himself in the utopia that he was in. Never before did Daniel get to live such a luxurious life, with furniture so exquisite and the spacious interior. This was without a doubt the house that every man would dream of having. Lifestyle so luxurious, Daniel wished that he could stay here forever. As he reached out for his beer, all he could find was a glass of fine red wine instead. Daniel soon forgot that he was jobless and broke and soon to be homeless. He never remembered the life he had. Suddenly, he was a self-made millionaire who had been living life like this for 25 years. Reaching out for the glass of the finest wine he had ever tasted, he fumbled and knocked the glass of wine off the table. As it made its descent down to the floor, everything went slow motion all of a sudden. After what felt like eternity, the glass touched the ground, and an ear splitting shatter echoed throughout the whole world around him. It did not sound like a wine glass smashing, but more like the whole world shattering around him. Just like that, he was pulled out of his dream and found himself sitting down on cold hard concrete floor again, at the same carpark roof that he forgotten he was at. He was sucked into his own dream and lived his life in a perfect world his mind created, and now he felt like he got played like a fool, by his very own mind. A surge of extreme frustration and anger shot through him. Everything just all came back to him - Job hunting, bank loans, supporting his family, his apartment, his car and his world. As if that was not enough, he suddenly received a phone call from the people that payed for his house loans, telling him that they could no longer loan him anymore money for his bank credit was way too low. Feeling cheated, angry, depressed and like a failure, with the effects of alcohol, Daniel lumbered up towards the carpark ledge, before falling down, ending his life, but more importantly, ending all his problems. As soon as his head hits the floor, he found himself lying on a soft bed. To his left was a mess of red wine and shattered glass pieces on the floor. Was he dreaming, or was he dead?

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THE FILM: AWOKEN


AY 2015 - 2016 THEORY OF DESIGN FILM

UTOPIA/DYSTOPIA FILM: AWOKEN Watch the film here:

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AY 2015 - 2016

THE CASE OF THE TRANSPORTER PAGE 25

PRODUCT DESIGN

THE CASE OF THE TRANSPORTER The client in which we are designing this transporter for, is a 90 year old grandmother based on a fictional storyline. Being someone is in competition with the Witch of the Waste, Grandma Sophie requires a transporter that can transport her up to the top of the palace via a long tedious flight of staircase. Designing for an elderly client, we had several aespects to consider. First was comfort. The design was built to provide Sophie with the maximum comfort of shade as well as a design that requires minimal efforts to be activated. The design also focused on providing an unobstructed view so that the line of sight will never be broken, making sure that Sophie can always see where the Witch of the Waste is. We also focused on defining a stable point in which we made use of Heen the Spy Dog to prevent the transporter from falling backwards while we kept his view clear as he was in charge of guiding Sophie towards the palace in front of them.


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TRANSPORTER PROTOTYPE


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TRANSPORTER ISOMETRIC DRAWINGS


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TRANSPORTER PLANS AND ELEVATIONS


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TRANSPORTER RENDERING


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PROCESS TO FINAL ARTEFACT


AY 2015 - 2016

THE CAFE PROJECT PAGE 31

COMMERCIAL DESIGN

THE CAFE PROJECT The existing Hyde & Co. consist of minimalistic yet contemporary designs which appeals to any millennials from age 15 to 25. The café embraces a monotone colour palette with a soft touch of wood furnitures and flooring. Hyde & Co. also has a very linear and long corridor in its café to ensure that the circulation is undisrupted. With tea as it café product, my design for the new Hyde & Co. consists of a countertop product display where it engages the public in smelling and touching the products through first-hand experience. Also to further engage the customers in the café’s special events as well as their personal events such as birthdays celebrations, the design consists of two private event spaces that can house up 6-8pax per event. The space is allocated in the quieter zone in the café, away from the kitchen and nearer to the product displays so as to increase sales as they will definitely pass by the counter when going into their own reserved spaces. In order to have a consistent design language with the existing Hyde & Co., similar colours palettes are used for the furnitures. Matte pale grey laminates and solid surfaces are used to visually present a clean and sleek appearance to the eyes. To create a light and airy space, concealed tube lightings were installed beneath the counters and mirrors to create the illusion of a floating furniture.


THE CAFE PROJECT PAGE 32

CAFE COUNTER RENDERING


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COUNTER CASEWORK DESIGN

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Project Description :

Project Code :

Proposed Interior Design of Coffeeshop at Unit 01-01, No. 1 Ardmore Road, Singapore 100001 Date Issued:

01/15/16

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T3C-13

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AY 2015 - 2016

THE WEDGE HOTEL PAGE 37

HOSPITALITY DESIGN

THE WEDGE HOTEL The future hotel project was targeted at the millennials and the term millennial refers to the people born between the 1980s to the early 2000s. Studying the traditional hotel typologies, the project aimed to further simplify hotel spaces to better suit the needs of the new travellers. The site chosen is the promontory at the marina bay. The promontory is essentially built at marina bay to allow public events to take place. It is also a spot in that overlooks the bay. Contrary to the busy and exciting event days, the site itself was very quiet and peaceful. Few people walk pass now and then and boats slowly float past the bay. The subtlety was what I personally enjoyed best when I was on site. And it is because of this subtle environment that I wanted to introduce a sense of motion, a sense of life form to the promontory. One that is able to contribute a sense of movement when there is barely any in the day. One that does not overpower the exciting light show at night but instead becomes one as well. It was only wise to locate this hotel at the prominent tip of the promontory to offer the best of the both – the bay and the promontory. It is a hotel that is capable to bring forth a new and unique experience, one that is inhabited and activated by the user. A hotel that provides the identity of more than just a customer but a performer of his own way of living and an evidence of presence through motion.


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1:25 DETAIL MODEL (NIGHT FACADE IMPRESSION)


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1:25 DETAIL MODEL (DAY INTERIOR IMPRESSION)


THE WEDGE HOTEL PAGE 43

1:25 DETAIL MODEL (OVERALL MODEL)


THE WEDGE HOTEL PAGE 44

THE CLEANSE AREA


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THE WARDROBE


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THE VIEW AREA


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CONTACT INFORMATION yipjingwei@gmail.com jingweiyip.portfoliobox.me +65 9657 3003

Diploma in Interior Design Portfolio  

My three years of interior design experience, all encapsulated in one book.

Diploma in Interior Design Portfolio  

My three years of interior design experience, all encapsulated in one book.

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