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christina luk Director Lukstudio Shanghai As a teenager growing up in Hong Kong, there's a belief that art and design is not a serious path, so I only treated it as a hobby. Then I was lucky to have the chance to study math and fine arts abroad in England at the Sherborne School for Girls. I thought I was going to go to an art college in Great Britain, so I took a BTEC Foundation art and design course at Middlesex University, but by the time I discovered my interests in 3D design, it was already too late to apply to architecture faculties in England. It was Photo by Peter Dixie I enjoyed drawing and making things when I was growing up. I could be very meticulous and focused, almost in another zone, when I was trying to get a painting or a sculpture to my satisfaction. I enjoyed the creative process and I liked to see how things are put together, so I was quite determined to join the art and design industry. Photo by Dirk Weiblen A dining space found at the bottom of a staircase at the Noodle Diner Sanlitun SOHO 096 June 2016

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Hospitality Design - June 2016

Hospitality Design - June 2016
Online TOC
From the Editor
Behind the Design
People: CitySCENE Los Angeles
People: CitySCENE Chicago
Inspiration Busan Opera House by Snøhetta
5 Questions for John Terzian
Profile Matteo Thun
Wave of the Future
Michelle Behr
Matthew Goodrich
Ana Milena Hernández Palacios and Christophe Penasse
Christina Luk
Teddy Mayer
Kevin O’Shea
HD Awards Projects
HD Awards Products
Ad Index
Back Space

Hospitality Design - June 2016