ARCHITECTURE &
INTERIOR DESIGN

"Origin". Elle. Public Building Design

ARCHITECTURE DESIGN

Architectural designers predict the problems that may occur during construction and draws up solutions based on construction concepts. The designer uses drawings and client input to accurately plan out the processes of material preparation and construction, so that the project can be completed within the set time and budget while fully meeting the expectations of users and society. An architectural designer typically needs a college degree in architecture, as well as professional experience in the field that allows them entry into the Architect Registration Examination. They must have good technical knowledge, imagination, and creativity.

INTERIOR DESIGN

According to the building’s purpose of usage, its environment and the corresponding standards, the interior designer uses technical expertise and design principles to create an indoor environment that combines utility, comfort and beauty that meets not only the user’s functional needs, but also their aesthetic and visceral ones, Beyond material factors, a great interior designer takes into account spiritual factors such as history, humanities and physical environment, expressing their ability to deliver both through their work.

LANDSCAPE DESIGN

Incorporating natural and artificial landscape elements, landscape design is an exciting multidisciplinary practice of project planning, ecology and geography. This discipline serves many facets of our built environment, which mainly include urban fixtures (urban square, commercial street, office environment, etc.), residential areas, urban parks , green spaces & waterfront, tourism and scenic areas.

URBAN DESIGN

Urban design is a daunting but fulfilling discipline. The designer takes on the city as an entire subject to work on. It incorporates elements of urban planning, landscape and architectural design. Compared with the strategic & technical nature of urban planning, urban design is more creative and visual. Modern urban designers are expected to engage neighbourhoods in the spirit of user experience.