What’s the one place that feels most like home to you?
Berlin, Germany. It makes me feel bad when I have to choose between all the places I’ve lived in, because all the places feel like home in some way, but I think Berlin was where I felt like I grew the most. The culture there is very dynamic and there’s so many types of beers—there’s always something to explore.
What made you consider interior design as a possible career?
I think I’ve always liked creating things so design was always something I’ve been interested in. University made me realise that there were a lot of things I could be doing, but that design was the main thing that felt like could keep my interest for four years.
Tell us something not many people know about you.
I’ve picked up woodworking recently—I actually first learnt it through a module, and found it tiring because it requires you to be so precise, but because I’m so messy, it helped me be more organised. I wanted to continue it even after my module ended.
If you had to eat either European or Asian food for the rest of your life, which would you choose?
I know a lot of people might judge me for this but I’ll choose European food. I think bread is a very comforting food, to me, personally.
Where do you see yourself in a decade’s time?
I hope I can open up my own studio—maybe somewhere in Europe because that’s where I’d want to live afterwards.