My design approach tries to oscillate gently between two realms – highly logical analyses and ephemeral ideas. I believe a magnetic idea will emerge by fusing two realms either harmoniously or contrastingly. Designing a house particularly call for emotions, especially designing one for someone you love. I read this book called ‘Home is where the heart is’. How do we define a home as such? What are desires and fears? In our heavily visual driven world where bodily senses are overwhelmed with illusions, incomprehensible noises and unwanted texts, can home offer an ultimate experience to reconnect with our lost selves? How do we inject deeper meaning back into domestic spaces? How do we tell our clients to look beyond skin-deep beauties that do not last?