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11/23

Reviving Providence Chinatown

Downtown Providence once stood as the heart of Chinatown. In efforts to uncover and illuminate the history now buried beneath the ground, we are bringing the past to light. 

Editorial/
Installation

12/23

What is a Black Hole?

A New York Times Article transformed into an engaging and readily comprehensible reading experience.

Editorial 
Web


09/23

Nostalgic Whispers 

The catalyst for my exploration into collecting was a childhood memory: a toy knife slicing a tomato in half. 

Editorial


11/23

The Great Misadventures Club

“The Great Misadventures Club” follows the adventures of three wildlife animals —the Pallas's Cat, the Adélie Penguin, and the Polar Bear Cub. 

Motion

11/23

Calm Your Mind

The mini video seeks to illuminate the impact of human-generated noise on marine life.

Motion


10/23

Peanut Butter & Tears

Designed for “Peanut Butter & Tears”, by DPR IAN, featuring both a static and an animated poster.

Motion

05/23

de bloementuin expo

Identity design for the upcoming grand opening of the Taipei Flower Expo

Identity

04/23

What We See When We Read

A deep dive into the intricacies of typography, exemplified by a book design based on Peter Mendelsund's book.

Editorial

02/23

Letters Left Undelivered

A collection of postcards that embody sentimental value, capturing the essence of cherished memories, and serving as meaningful souvenirs to be passed on  

Souvenir

05/23

The Vicuñas Exhibition

A grand Vicuña Exhibition, delving into everything one needs to know about these endearing animals.

Exhibit

04/23

The Chemical Exhibition

A two-story exhibition on Xenon and Antimony, dedicated to exploring the fascinating and lesser-known aspects of the two elements.

Exhibit

03/23

The Bawa Exhibition

An outdoor exhibition that draws inspiration from and pays tribute to the architectural marvels created by Geoffrey Bawa.

Exhibit

03/23

CCA Book Covers Series

Developing a unified identity for a series of book covers for the Canadian Center for Architecture, integrating typography and color to create a cohesive visual experience.

Editorial

04/23

Type Specimen

A magazine that introduces and showcases the design and usage of three unique typefaces.

Editorial

04/23

Diary of New York

In dedication to reaccounting my first new york city trip, where in this visually engaging zine the color schemes reflect my impression of each neighborhood.

Editorial






Geoffrey Bawa


✷ exhibition design 
︎︎︎ the dimensions: 18 in ︎ 18 in︎ 18 in, using a 1 in : 1 ft scale 📐
︎︎︎more details in PDF ︎


The showcased model represents an outdoor space, measuring 18 by 18 feet, dedicated for the architect Geoffrey Bawa. The exhibit's design draws inspiration from Bawa's architectural style. Bawa, a renowned architect from Sri Lanka, combines traditional and contemporary design to craft immersive and organic spaces. His Tropical Modernism approach seamlessly integrates modern principles with the natural environment, placing importance on climate, topography, and site specificity. Bawa's designs prioritize sustainability and functionality, emphasizing natural ventilation, shading, and light. His deep respect for nature is evident through the incorporation of local materials, crafts, and traditional techniques.
By harmonizing structures with their surroundings, Bawa creates culturally relevant spaces that blend harmoniously with the landscape. His architecture beautifully merges indoor and outdoor living, featuring open spaces, gardens, and courtyards. Ultimately, Bawa's work serves as a testament to Sri Lanka's architectural heritage and the value of integrating nature and culture.