Muzi Li

As a learner of interior design, I am curious and inquisitive about all kinds of spaces and I have a strong imagination, adaptability, and ability to execute.
I hope I can respond to existing spatial forms in an independent, observational way and construct spaces that are more emotive and have more possibilities, exploring more spatial forms, maintaining sensitivity and autonomy to space, bring design back to the essence of ‘people.’

Traditional beliefs hold that suicides are shameful and selfish. When a person dies of suicide, people usually treat the relatives of the suicide in different ways, these family members are not only experiencing the bereavement, but also dealing with psychological pains.
This project builds a special space to provide spiritual and emotional support for the family members of the suicide. Based on the study of the psychological and behavioral characteristics of the family members of suicide, I designed six spaces to intervene their psychological and behavioral characteristics. As the result, the family members can better recover from pains of their died beloved.

In the post-epidemic era, in an infinite cycle of social isolation as well as self-isolation, the feelings that life brings to people are changing subconsciously. And the pursuit of tea drinking culture has also changed.
With the rise of the “national tide”, more and more young people have begun to pay attention to tea culture by its nature, I believe that tea drinking should be dissolved in life. To meet the changing concept of tea drinking, I have incorporated tea into life and tried to design a tea space that is more in line with the needs of young people.

Ancient papermaking is an intangible cultural heritage in China, but due to the development of industrial papermaking, the number of people practicing this art is gradually decreasing.

The project is based on this reality and is based in an ancient village where the art of papermaking still exists, plans to decompose and extract the tools and processes of ancient papermaking’s main steps, and apply them to the space of the exhibition, disseminating the culture of papermaking in a narrative space and to develop local tourism.

Every life is evolved from cells, it is from a cell that children develop from the very beginning.  Therefore, we designed a kindergarten cafeteria inspired by cells, creating a cell play dining area for children.

We hope to take the characteristics of cells as the keynote, imagine a jumping, running children’s space, here, the space is repeated, circulation, thus creating a unique dreamlike atmosphere, children can better experience the kindergarten life when they play.