During my studies within interior architecture, I have been interested in the influence of spatial design on people’s daily lives. With the rapid development of living standards, education and work, it is vital for people’s wellbeing and experience to be valued. My work revolves around exploring how interior architecture can meet people’s real needs and neglected emotional needs through atmospheric qualities, where a window, a material, or a beam of light can significantly change the perception and feeling of a space.

HEAL - hero render - main helping group room

The damage caused by natural disasters is tremendous. While it destroys living environments and shelters, it also has a great impact on people's mental health. Mental issue after disaster is a mass event. The entire community was affected. The project use to designs a community centre for a post-disaster area. Through creating a space that engages various atmospheric qualities, the centre allows the community to receive the necessary attention for their impacted mental health. In coming together, the community is able to feel a sense of security, allowing individuals to support and feel strength in each other.

HEAL - Counselling room II

This room is located on the side of the remodelled wall. This space also uses warm colours and fabrics as essential elements to provide users with a sense of security. The windows are made using local tiles. When sunlight enters the room, it will produce regular and beautiful shadows. This keeps the sun from being too strong, but it also allows visitors to feel nature. At the same time, it can be seen from this angle that there are many plants in the indoor space.

HEAL - artefact

This artifact uses the section method to express the building materials and surrounding objects after the earthquake. Furthermore, these materials will be designed in this work and be reused.


HEAL - section


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