My name is May Liu, I am an environmental designer. My works contain a broad range of spatially related topics: from architectural space to interior fixtures.The concept of experience and communication plays an important role throughout my designs. With great passion in interior design, architecture, lighting, and material, I wish to become a dedicated individual who solves existing problems in our living and working environment, and help people redefine the true meaning of a space. To view my portfolio, please go to www.mayliu.co
Studio Dror, New York, NY, US, Interior architectural consultant
Partake in production of CAD drawings, diagrams, models, and presentation for various projects at Studio Dror, Inc., including but not limited to the Wynwood Residential and Jumana Beach Residence developments
Heusch Inc, Beverly Hills, CA, US, free lance
Worked as a junior designer in the studio for several residential projects. Tasks included CAD drawing for construction plan and elevation, 3D rendering with Rhinoceros and sketchup, and customized funiture and fixture design.
HBA/Hirsch Bedner Associates, Santa Monica, CA, US, internship
Helped various senior designers on CAD drawings, creating material boards, ordering special materials for clients, creating 3D renderings, and translated partial CAD files for clients in China.
SYKE INC., South El Monte, CA, US, Adminitration
Experienced of adminstrative works such as contacting clients, filing, and data entry with Excel. I also worked as a photographer for the new products and updating their website.
Art Center College of Design, Pasadena, CA, US, Bachelors, environmental design
J. Paul Getty Museum’s Overdrive: L.A. Constructs the Future, 1940-1990
The collaboration project between Art Center students and the Getty Museum Team won a
major award for exhibition excellence through the Western Museums Association.
2013 Spark Awards, Other
My project - AHA Moment entered the final list of 2013 Spark Awards competition,
and the final result will be announced on November, 2013.