NUS Architecture student, Gareth Seah, wins Young Designer Award 2018 1st Runner Up in a competition organised by Design Intervention.

DATE

October 25, 2018

PROGRAMME

BACHELOR OF ARTS IN ARCHITECTURE

NUS Architecture student, Gareth Seah, wins Young Designer Award 2018 1st Runner Up in a competition organised by Design Intervention. 

The competition brief required the design for interiors of an existing penthouse for a couple aged 30-35 years with two children age 4 and 7 and a grandmother in a wheelchair.

Gareth’s design concept “Dio” focuses on creating a haute interior space consisting of clean lines and shapes as a primary vector, layered with holy grails of inimitable materials that reveals its story and history, transcending its power throughout the experience forming a pluridimensional space.

It is not just simply about creating or designing a space that looks beautiful and purposeful, but rather a space that has its own metaphysical qualities, a space where a family would treasure every priceless moment.

 

(Left to Right) : Professor Cheah Kok Ming (Deputy Head), Lee Hui Lian (Year 2 Sem 1 Tutor), Gareth Seah, Kissa Casteneda (Singapore Tatler, Editor-in-Chief), Nikki Hunt (Founder Design Intervention), Andrea Savage (Co-Founder Design Intervention)

Sketches

Kids Bedroom

Foyer