Yi-Ting Hsieh

Yi-Ting Hsieh

New York, NY, US

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My name is Yi-Ting Hsieh, I am from Taiwan and came to NYC for my master's degree in Interior Design at Pratt Institute. Before I came here I have more than seven years of professional experience working as an interior designer in Full house design, which is one of the biggest interior design firms in Taiwan. During my tenure at Full house design as Interior Designer and Project manager, I had the responsibility to oversee and manage each of my projects from start to finish. I take pleasure in the collaborative nature of the Interior design industry, growing up in a family that runs the business with people closely, and that made me become a natural communicator.

To me, interior design is not only about solving problems for the users but also is proposing a perspective of living. I would use persevering and goal-oriented to describe myself, adopting the spirit of my favorite furniture designer Hans Wegner’s intent on chair design, I believe that focusing on a topic and make it perfect is a fascinating thing. The order of design is the aim, and the logic of sequence is meaningful, in my design works, every segmentation and line has reason to exist. Wood is my favorite material, it provides space with gentleness, and mild, irregular depth grains give every wood different character, and those are factors to form a unique space. I strive for every projects no matter the scale of it because I really enjoy the sense of accomplishment from my clients who told me that they have a wonderful experience in the space.


Pro-H Development, Brooklyn, NY, US, Part-Time Project Interior Designer

- The lead of interior design of public space and apartment units in the residential rental building.
- In charge of material selection within budget considerations.
- 3D computer modeling and rendering.

Aug 2020 - current

SELF EMPLOYMENT, Taipei, TW (Remote), Director Interior Designer/ Project Manager

- Executed clients developing and strict with the communication to implement the design.
- In charge of supervising construction site, and problem-solving on a tight schedule.
- Designate the overall budget and control the expenditure of the constriction project.
- Strict about the assignment of proper construction workers for distinctive worksites.
- Arranging the selection of furniture and decorations, all the items in relation to the aesthetics.

Jul 2018 - current

Fullhouse Interiors & Construction Inc., Taipei, TW, Interior Designer/ Project Manager

- Demonstrated strong capability in convincing presentation and proposal to clients.
- Well communication and interpersonal skills in the project discussing stage and the construction stage.
- Established and maintained schedule for several projects to ensure all the process on time.
- Acted as a project leader, involved in training process for junior interior designer.
- Developing and controlling suppliers of building materials in accordance with company quality standards.

Sep 2015 - Jun 2018

Fullhouse Interiors & Construction Inc., Taipei, TW, Junior Interior Designer

- Developing layouts by the demand of clients, to implement the practical space planning.
- In charge of 3D computer modeling & rendering, and all the technical drawing in the project.
- Supervising construction and engaged in high level discussions with the construction workers.
- Drawing 3D diagrams for demonstrating construction methods.

Aug 2013 - Aug 2015

Creative Interiors Construction Inc., Taipei, TW, Interior Designer Assistant

- 3D computer modeling,Rendering, and Technical drawing.
- Construction supervising and engaging in coordination.
- Answering customer telephone calls regarding renovation consulting with detailed description.

Jul 2012 - Jul 2013


Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY, US, Masters, Interior Design

Sep 2019 - current

Chung Yuan University, Chungli, TW, Bachelors, Interior Deisgn

Sep 2008 - Jun 2012


IIDA 2021 Student Competition, 2nd Place

The concept Aura is oriented to create a delicate yet full-scale experience that allows clients to immerse themselves in a comfortable and relaxed environment. To encounter amenities with a near spa-like feel seen in hospitality, which is instrumental in creating a sense of “homefulness” and well-being. The design showcases high-end, soft-toned materials to correspond to the clinic's high-end yet hospitable atmosphere. The aim is to build a warm and affectionate medical environment to ease patients' discomfort while also utilizing technology to assist physicians to work efficiently.


Taiwan National Collegiate Spatial Design Competition, Honorable Mention


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