In order to make use of the tiny and limited spaces for living, the high-rise development should be adopted. The concept of this design which is inspired by the container terminal, is mainly used several containers to utilize the space. This room is designed with 6 containers which divided different living areas. The lower part is the kitchen with dining area, the living area and the bathroom. The upper part is the cloakroom, sleeping area and workplace. All the necessary facilities are well provided at all areas. Operation of this room Each part of the room can be used independently. When you want to use the lower region, you only need to pull down the doors. When you want to use the upper region, you just need to pull up the door of the lower region, and use the doors as the access to reach the upper region. It is suitable for the young, single people to live as the design is modern with mechanization, which can show the users’ personal touches on living.
Name: Setmund Leung Kam Biu Job : Professional Interior Designer Design-Book Author Column Writer &Part-time Lecturer. Name: Setmund Leung Kam Biu Job : Professional Interior Designer Design-Book Author Column Writer &Part-time Lecturer. Name: Setmund Leung Kam Biu Job : Professional Interior Designer Design-Book Author Column Writer &Part-time Lecturer. Awards: 1) International Award of Red Dot Design Award (Oscar in international design field) ( 2006) 2) Award of Incheon International Design Fair Competition in South Korea (2006) 3) Encouraged Prize of the China Contest for Furniture Design Competition (2006) 4) Bronze Merit of International Commercial Art Design Competition of China (2004) 5) Merit of Hong Kong Modern Kitchen Design Competition (2004) 6) Certificate of Merit(Residential) in the International Design Competition in (2003) (2 Awards). 7) Bronze Medal of No.5 Bienal De Design De Macau in (2003). 8) "2000 outstanding artists and designers of the 20th century." at the International Biographical Centre, Cambridge, England in (2000). 9) Certificate of Merit ( Residential ) in the C.S.D. Hong Kong Design Awards in (1999). 10) Asia Pacific Interior Design Honourable Merit Awards (Restaurant/Club Category) in (1996). 11) Certificate of Merit (Residential) in the C.S.D. Hong Kong Design Awards in (1994). 12) Winner of the Interior Design Awards (Commercial Category ) in the I.D.A. (H.K.) in (1993).
Setmund Leung Kam Biu is a celebrated and well-known interior designer in the international. His name is become famous and widespread in worldwide that more than 16 countries’ media have been reported his name. Setmund received numerous awards from different countries, including China, Britain, United States, Germany, Taiwan, South Korea and Russia. His works was displayed permanently at the museum in Germany. (Note: He may be the first or even the only designer from Hong Kong who gets the awards.) For example: German Red Dot Design Award (The first designer from Hong Kong who got this award) and S South Korea Incheon International Design Fair Award. In addition, Setmund gets the awards in consecutive years. For example: IDA Award for five consecutive years and London International Creative Competition for four consecutive years. Setmund was also selected as the "Outstanding Artist & Designers of the Century ." In 2013, Setmund also got the most prestigious award, International Design & Art Achievement Award Although Setmund does not have the formal academic credentials in design, he works very hard and does innovative work which makes him well known in the world. He was chosen as “2012Hong Kong Spirit Ambassadors” and “2012 Life Warriors ”. He was also nominated as the “ ATV Loving Hearts Campaign 2013”. Therefore, he is well known as the “Design legend”. Setmund gets many awards in different field, such as interior design, product, sculpture, furniture, art, concepts and programs, which is diversified. Some foreign designers & company have plagiarize Setmund’s design. (a) The first designer in Hong Kong to write special column for 17 years and broke 2 records in Hong Kong. (b) Setmund designed the “Big Puzzle” in 2012, and around 200 pupils used 568560 small puzzles to make the “Big Puzzle”, which is 147.41 square meter. It broke the Guinness World Records.