is a designer focusing on space and furniture objects. She currently lives and works in NYC.
Shu Lamp derives from the poetic reinterpretation of the landscape and nature. The piece intends to capture a vertical movement and express the parallel relationship between heaviness and lightness.
Float Bench series is about the perception and memory of the landscape, especially its rich philosophical meaning in Chinese culture, and the way it is represented by continuous brush strokes in traditional paintings.
This installation project is inspired by experiments with heating up and bending plastic. Through heating and cooling, a moment within the transformation process was frozen.
A piece of stone is laying in the middle of the stream, creating a dimple: its weight fighting against the flow of water, while being pushed onto the river bed by this force.
With the large amount of E-waste that goes to landfill every year, will they form a geological layer underground in the near future?
Inspired by traditional Chinese roof shape, ROOF lamp serves as a friendly companion in the interior space.
A space for them to gather, make, showcase their work, and form a community.