I’m an international student in the Bachelor of Built Environment (Interior Architecture) of the University of Canberra.
I’m creative and passionate about designing and drawing. I have been learning art since childhood, and growing up with the thought of learning more about the design characteristics and differences between different countries, to achieve a better design.
Over the years, I have been exposed to design across multiple discipline areas ranging from residential interior design and street furniture to commercial interior design and institutional interior design.
Since I was a kid, I have been observing and drawing things. Drawing also makes me happy. I achieved excellent results in visual arts in college, enjoying the freedom of creation and the exploration of ideas and concepts.
My design passion lies within concept generation, sketching, drawing, researching existing products and creating something new. Over the past few years, I have become fascinated by the architectural spaces that bring artistic concepts to life, and how their forms and designs affect the people in them. It is also the reason why I pursue to become an interior designer.
The past three years at UC has provided the opportunity for me to expand my knowledge of the conceptual scope of design by producing schemes for projects such as the Haig Park Experiments’ Youth Pavilion’ and ‘Tech Centre’ in Canberra centre. As well as hone my technical skills and understanding of architectural construction.
I’m looking forward to learning an abundance of new things and challenging myself further in the future.
Nishi Gallery - Frank Lloyd Wright Style
Nishi Gallery in Canberra for Drawing style project - Frank Lloyd Wright
Tech Centre in the lower ground of Canberra Centre