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Bingfeng Song

Bingfeng Song

New York, NY, US

 

About 

Interior Designer | Furniture Designer | Maker

The intention of designing a space for me is that I believe by improving others experience throughout a space, I could solve the frustration during their interior space experience, and could potentially have a positive impact to others living, thoughts and attitude. 

Translating a concept into a structure is the part of the design that fascinates me the most. I enjoy the process of using forms to express a provocative idea so that the user could enjoy and feel the space without the context of the design intention. 

Other than interior design, I am also passioned about psychology, literature, fine art, film and sport. The wide range of interests and knowledge allows me to understand my client better.

Employment 

Pratt Institute Athlete & Recreation Center, New York, NY, US, Front Desk Operator

Front Desk
Scan users’ ID
Record check-out item
Appointment setting in person or over the
phone

Jun 2016 - Jun 2018
 

Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, New York, NY, US, Interior Design Intern

Interior Space Planning
Furniture and finishes, color & material
boards
Interior specification
Rendered plans and elevations

Jun 2017 - Aug 2017
 

VV Patchouli, New York, NY, US, Graphic Designer Intern

Design journal cover
Layout presentation board
Design product’s cover

Sep 2016 - Dec 2016
 

Residential Project for Individual Client, New York, NY, US, Furniture Designer

Design a wine shelf for an individual client
based on the existing basement.
Produce drawings for construction.

Oct 2015 - Dec 2015
 

Education 

Pratt Institute, New York, NY, US, Bachelors, Interior Design

The interior design program is an architecturally oriented program with an emphasis on spatial design as well as surface embellishment. All aspects of space—scale, proportion, configuration, and light source, as well as textures, materials, and color—are studied in relation to their effect on the human spirit. Students begin their interior design studies in the sophomore year, working in a stimulating studio setting where the learning is collective, cooperative, and competitive. Students work closely in small groups with their professor on projects that develop in size and complexity through the six semesters of the design studio. The senior year culminates with a thesis project; students develop a body of research on a particular issue of the interior in the fall which they then develop as a design project in the spring.

Aug 2014 - May 2018
 

Awards 

Recipient of the Education Legacy Fund (ELF) Scholarship (sponsored by the ASID), Scholarship

2016
 

Winner of Pratt Foundation Year Scholarship Competition, 2nd Place

2015
 

Areas of Specialization 

Skills