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Ting Chung

As the Interior Design Director of Oliver Interior Design, Ting Chung makes the best possible use of the available space, allowing aesthetics to come to life under his designs.



Interview with the 2019 MUSE Design Awards Winner - Ting Chung

1Please give us a brief bio of yourself and your design background.

I graduated from the Department of Business Management. After graduating from university I worked in film production. A large part of my aesthetic foundation came from the artistic background of advertising and film. 3 years later, I came home to do interior design with my father until today.

2What made you become/why did you choose to become a designer/artist?

I love fashion and photography when I was young. Although my father did interior design for a lifetime, this job had never come into my mind until my father's retirement. To me, interior design is also a job full of challenges.

3What does “design” mean to you?

Design is making the best possible use of the available space and is a way to bring aesthetics into life.

4What’s your favorite kind of design and why?

I like the design the space to have some blank spaces and not too full.

I like to get out of the mainstream. Because I like to be special.

5Tell us about your design process.

Finding style references first, and then developing my design on the 3D sketch-up before finally making the construction drawings.

6What was the biggest challenge with this project?

The biggest challenge with this project is that my client travels a lot, so they want their home to look like the house they lived in Europe. But the houses in Taiwan are very unique because of the beam and columns. So I did a lot of hard work designing in this case, trying to fulfill their dream.



Winning Entries

Yang's Residence | 2019

Yang'sResidence
For the young couple who fancy the extraordinary western living space, Taiwan’s Oliver Interior Design selected unique wood ceiling fixture, copper tiles, and herringbone floor to make a distinct contrast.
(read more at Muse Awards)

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Oliver Interior Design


Oliver Interior Design uses the available spaces and turn rooms and houses into life with their variety of expertise.


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