My Nguyen

As an aspiring interior designer, My Nguyen is fueled by a profound passion for creativity and a relentless pursuit of aesthetic innovation. Currently pursuing a degree in Interior Design at SJSU, My possess a boundless enthusiasm for exploring the intersection of form, function, and style. My approaches each project with a fresh perspective, eager to absorb inspiration from diverse sources, through books, sketches, or travel. With a foundation built on principles of design theory and practical skills honed through coursework and hands-on projects, My is poised to make a meaningful impact. To My, interior design goes beyond aesthetic pleasing; it shapes the space where we live, work, and play, influencing our behaviors and well-being in profound ways. While interior design is a glamorous profession, yet remains profoundly humble in how designers craft the environments to enhance people’s daily lives and embody something ordinary into extraordinary. Through dedication, perseverance, and an unwavering commitment to growth, My is on a journey to refine her craft and carve out her unique niche in the industry.

Workshop Residence Project type- Mixed Use Art Exhibition

Workshop Residence is located in the Dogpatch Neighborhood in San Francisco. This is a place to showcase the work of local artists and designers. Artwork ranges from different mediums. To reconnect with the local community after COVID-19. Workshop Residence is not only a place to appreciate artworks. But also to nurture artist connection with their community. It is a place where the artist can work on a designated studio and showcase their work in the gallery. The space will encourage people interaction and focus on the user experience.
Mixed Use Art Exhibition

The Future Plaza

The Future Plaza is a new business development in San Jose, CA. The goal is to attract residents and welcome the general public. To design a lobby space and mezzanine that provides a unique retail experience for local artists and designers. Design a generative system that follows a unique geometry language. This will utilized in terms of space planning, furniture design, or structure design. Together, these design elements come cohesively. The space will offer a variety of programs: lobby, lounge, cafe, exhibition space, and retail merchandise pop-up stations. Overall, the activities unfolding inside the building will produce a dynamic scene, emphasizing leisure and relaxation.
Retail and Hospitality

Peanuts Pediatric Clinic

Peanuts Pediatric Clinic is a competition entry for the IIDA Student Design Competition 2024. Peanuts Pediatric Clinic aims to revolutionize the healthcare experience for children and their families. By infusing the space with warmth, playfulness, and comfort, we seek to create a nurturing environment that alleviates anxiety, fosters trust, and promotes well-being. The design concept revolves around the idea of creating a child-centric haven – a place where young patients feel safe, valued, and empowered. Drawing inspiration from the strip comic Peanuts, familiarity, and colorfulness, we aim to cultivate an environment that stimulates the senses, sparks curiosity, and encourages healing.

Shack 15

In an era where remote work is increasingly prevalent, the traditional office space is transforming. This project aims to redefine the workspace for a rising tech company, Shack 15, infusing it with the concept of a "third space" – a versatile environment that blurs the lines between work and leisure, fostering creativity, collaboration, and a sense of community among employees. This tenant improvement project for Shack 15 involves the redesign of their office space to create a dynamic and inviting environment. The key focus is on establishing a third space that breaks away from the conventional office setup, offering employees a multifunctional area that serves as an extension of their work and social lives.
Tenant Improvement