Cheryl Chu

Chu Pui Yan

BA (Hons) Interior Architecture and Design


my design statement

” Simplicity, carried to an extreme, becomes elegance.” – John Franklin.”

Farm to dine’ restaurant is aimed to offer experiential learning and organic dining experience | Interior Major Project

Inspired by Taichi, the ‘Ying’ part goes from high to low can maximize the sun light and also makes contrast of light and shade in space | Interior Major Project

Like rigidity brings flexibility and vice versa, visitors can feel the interplay of light and shadow or solid (wall) and transparency (glass panel) in different spaces | Interior Major Project

The walls between the waiting area and retail shop juxtaposes to create a sense of Ying-yang contrast | Interior Major Project

Down light is used and located evenly in the restaurant space | Interior Major Project

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