Located in the Indonesian Stock Exchange Building (BEJ) in Jakarta, Indonesia, this project is for the headquarter office of an international bank.
The brief is to repurpose an unused area of the office and combine it with the existing pantry to create a more spacious area for rest and meals for the employees.
Milkbar Gelato is one of the earliest artisanal gelato brand to open in Jakarta, Indonesia in 2014.
The brief was to create a packaging design that would communicate the brand's unique take on ice-cream. At the same time, the design had to be easily noticeable and memorable such that it will garner curiosity in its young target audience.
LIF - Living In Fitness is a health app start-up that encourages healthy living in individuals. It monitors a person's activity through a smart watch and compiles the information in an easy to read mobile app.
The project started out as a logo exercise but very quickly turned into a branding project that enforces the reasoning behind the design decisions taken for the logo.
GAIA Cosmo Hotel is a 3-star business hotel targeted for MICE ( Meetings, Incentives, Conferencing, Exhibitions) as well as young millennial holiday-makers. It is the first property of a new Singapore-based hotel management company called GAIA Hotels and Resorts Pte Ltd.
The success of the project has enabled the hotel to go beyond its initial targets and achieve 4-star rating. It has maintained Top 20 ranking on TripAdvisor out of over 400 other hotels in Yogyakarta.
Since my early years, I have always been interested in the arts – from mini plasticine objects to intricate “abstract” scribbles on walls (that my parents made me erase, inevitably). By the age of twelve, like so many of my peers, I was spending too much of my time playing computer games. An initial fascination with FIFA and The Sims, quite quickly became a dangerous addiction (especially, the latter) – where I would spend hours building homes after homes and never actually playing the characters in the game. Unknowingly, this little addiction would later manifest itself in my Bachelor’s degree in Interior Architecture. During my bachelor, my interest in the world of design continued to grow – from experimenting with my fashion style to toying with cameras to up my Instagram game.
Today, equipped with six years of professional experience as a creative practitioner, I seek to continue to polish my skills and to stay hungry for the challenge to create something new, innovative and impactful in society, business and design.