Leung Hiu Sum believe familiarizing herself with a broader range of knowledge is the best way to get inspirations, therefore she has been trying to discover new things, expand her experience, and broaden her understanding towards different fields during her entire undergraduate studies.
Leung is keen on graphic and spatial designs with her works mainly focusing on relationships between people and their surrounding space. She believes ‘story’ and ‘creativity’ are keys to creating better work, and she started to minor in Chinese creative writing and received encouraging feedback on her book designs. Later, Leung interned at an interior design company in Sydney during summer and had a taste of interior design, which peaked her interest in designs related to space. After Leung went on an exchange in Germany, she started to work on experience design and exhibition design. As an exhibition curator, Leung plays an active role in the team and produced fruitful exhibitions inside the university.
Behind Closed Doors
An envelope book preserves one’s secrets. Keep the book as the way it is. Once envelopes are open, secret no longer a secret anymore.
Hand. Book (手・帳)
Leather, digital print on paper
A Japanese “手帳” is not only a diary. It includes notes, timeline, a conclusion of Miyazaki Yahao’s works, and a brand new world Miyazaki created by his hand during his entire career.
Digital print on paper
Foodhouse is a universal product design for wheelchair-use and public. It can turn to a tray that can fit in and fixed on the wheelchair, specifically allows the wheelchair user to use it as a table. With multi possibility to create combination of boxes, Foodhouse users can easily carry food, and enjoy the pleasure of eating at any place.
Balls with visitors’ words roll on the shelves, while visitors can take one ball after they put theirs in. Combined with other 3 projects, Rebound creates a fun and relax platform for visitors to experience sharing in different aspect. Sharing is not only about giving but also taking; people come not only to receive what have been prepared, but also act as an important role to build up the site.
Collaborative Exhibition Project between Exhibition Design Class 2018 & Centre for Innovative Service-learning
Cotton and mesh fabric
Dressed in a black high waist skirt with mesh fabric on top of it, she looks tall, and the fat in the arm seems to have disappeared. She turned around, her back exposed with this halter. Giving herself a little courage and confidence, she looks into the mirror. She never thought she is such gorgeous.