Zuri has a Bachelor of Science in International Hospitality Management from Ecole Hoteliere de Lausanne and has also completed a Luxury Management course in Paris. She has held various internships within the hospitality industry, both at the Kandawgyi Palace Hotel in Rangoon and the Hamyard Hotel in London, Zuri has also worked as a Marketing Intern at UBS in Zurich. Born and raised in Zurich by Burmese parents, she has visited 31 countries and worked and lived in 4 of them. She is inspired by how culture translates into the arts and she wishes to design spaces that inspire people. With her extensive experience in the hotel industry, Zuri is looking to work within the hospitality and/or residential design sector.
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Melinda Stevens, editor-in-chief of Conde Nast Traveler, and her husband Tommy Schmidt have recently purchased a loft apartment as a second home in Queenspark, London. They would like their space to reflect their playful and creative nature.
The purpose of this project is to design a ground floor space for Fred Perry, the British heritage sportswear and street fashion brand founded by Wimbledon triple-champion Perry in 1952. The space will provide impressive surroundings for clients and employers by bringing together a co-working space, an archive gallery space and a bar area reflecting the brand’s philosophy and expressing Fred Perry’s renowned British style. The dynamics of the space are designed to enhance interaction internally, between company and society and between society and society. The design enables the brand to reinterpret the layout to host events, such as internal parties or the launch of new collections
Third Eye – Beyond Ordinary revolves around wellbeing, novelty, visuals and experience. It is a luxury boutique hotel in Bermondsey serving as a third place for like-minded people seeking for personal development and social interactions, and are interested in artistic happenings. The concept is to combine social and retail activities to diversify the image of a hotel in guests’ minds. The materials of the space are kept simple, yest of high quality.