Corrina Phuong, Interior Designer
B. Int. Arch. (Hons.) UNSW
A combinition of flair for interior architecture and design has coalesced into delivering projects that are both functional and visually interesting. Having worked on broad range of project types from retail, offices and F&B outlets has given a good understanding of functional requirements.
She has led and coordinated suppliers, builders, consultants, project managers to enable timely completion of projects. She has been involved in full cycle of projects from concept stage, preparing the 3D visuals and documentation as lodging for council approvals right up to handover of the completed project.
Hannah Ong, Architect
B. Arch. (Hons.) Uni. of Newcastle
M. Arch. UTS
With over 9 years’ architectural experience in NSW, 3 years in KL and 2 years’ interior design experience in HK, Hannah is focused on strategic concepts particularly in environmental performance, sustainable urban development, parametricism in form and new methodology in fabrication and materiality. Hannah is passionate about design substantiated by pragmatic decisions, not simply form-making via an arbitrary or superficial approach, but designing from the very heart of programmatic response to site, context, brief, user profiles and economic viability. Having experience in masterplanning, single + multi-residential, mixed development, aged care, recreational, medical, institutional and corporate interiors, Hannah brings lateral thinking and passionate problem-solving skills to any project.
Jack Wang, Graduate Architect
Ma. Arch. Sc., Curtin University
Jack is a graduate architect who was awarded the Cameron, Chisholm and Nicol Student Prize when he completed his Master of Architecture degree in Curtin University. It is a prestigious award given to the top student who achieves the the highest standard in their thesis dissertation. Jack has experience in interior design of retail stores in addition to taking part in internship programmes that allowed him to further explore and identify different opportunities and solutions in practice. During his years of study in the university and gaining practical work experience in the internship programme, Jack has developed a reputation of having a great work ethics as reflected in his dedication and commitment to work, as well as adopting an innovative and collaborative approach in producing high quality solutions.
He has worked on different scaled projects, from small public reading rooms, to museum and workshops, and mixed use development projects that include multi residential apartments. By expanding his knowledge in different areas of the projects while studying, this has allowed Jack to develop strong graphic skills and the ability to work with others in exploring various ways of approaching design. As a recent graduate, Jack is eager to learn and develop professionally in practice.