NCIDQ Certified, IDC, IDA, MID, M.Arch, B.Arch
Human-centric design beats ego-centric design every time!
For over 25 years I’ve designed unique spaces that align with the client’s goals and values. My practice is deeply informed by my earlier architecture career. My collaborative approach with clients and stakeholders, astute problem-solving skills, and efficient design coordination and management style help me to deliver results whose form and function delight clients and end users alike. I am driven to help people live better lives through the interiors I create.
My Sectors: Commercial Mixed-Use, Education & Research, Government Administration, Senior Living, Workplace
My Services: Facilities Planning, Interior Design, Lifescape
We Asked, Mei Answered:
What drew you to interior design?
“My background is in architecture, which is where I started my career. When I moved to Canada, I embraced interior design in further education, with an eye towards integrated design. It gives me a deeper perspective on the overall project, and how the interior and exterior play together. My dream would be to design the entire building, its interiors, and even its furniture!”
How would you describe your leadership style?
“I like to support my team. I prefer to think of it was working side by side, taking the same journey and improving together. We can always learn from each other, and no one person knows everything. We all have diverse skillsets to contribute to the project, and to the firm as a whole.”