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YARLY ELVI SUSANTO

Plus Architecture, Melbourne

SAY IT LOUD - Naarm Melbourne Exhibitor​
MELBOURNE/AUSTRALIA Designer

Who or what inspires you professionally?

For the past months I have been following the works of an Italian interior/industrial designer named Tommaso Spinzi. His minimalistic approach to design with a touch of element that pops out adds this subtle fun into an otherwise ordinary space.

YARLY ELVI SUSANTO

Bio:

Yarly is an experienced Graduate Interior Designer who has been involved in many residential and commercial project Across Melbourne and Jakarta. Having a keen eye on detail and equipped with good knowledge on design software, her thorough skill set has produced many high-quality presentation documents which thoughtfully interpret the design concept of its project. With her passion and commitment in interiors, Yarly is sure to deliver many more exciting projects to come.

How did you first learn about architecture and when did you decide that built environment profession was an area of interest for you?

Interior architecture has always been of interest. Looking at my father’s shadow and drawings that he produces, it always fascinates me how drawings can turn into buildings and thoughtful design can directly influence a person’s user experience.

What do you do?

I work alongside the senior designers to present interior design concepts. Maintaining good relationship with industry suppliers and keeping myself on top of what the market offers. Besides that, I also assist on architectural fit out documentation.

What excites you in the work you do?

Working at Plus Architecture has given me the opportunity to see projects evolve from initial planning & design into a physical building. It’s the happiest moment when visiting a site or display suite, seeing the team’s hard work came to fruition.

Who or what inspires you professionally?

For the past months I have been following the works of an Italian interior/industrial designer named Tommaso Spinzi. His minimalistic approach to design with a touch of element that pops out adds this subtle fun into an otherwise ordinary space.

 

What is your proudest professional accomplishment or achievement?

My proudest professional accomplishments is my relationship with industry suppliers. Coming from Indonesia by myself studying & working in a foreign country. I am proud to overcome language & cultural barrier to build the network that I have now.

Featured Project Name: 

226 Flinders Lane – Where the Silk Lived

Featured Project Location: 

226 Flinders Street, Melbourne

Featured Project Completion Date: 

TBC

Role in Featured Project: 

Interior Designer - Assisting product research and suppliers’ enquiries. Producing presentation documents to reflect interior design concept.

Featured Project Description:

The ground floor lobby features a sculptural, monolithic staircase that is visible from street view. This visual interest connects people on the footpath to the ground floor lobby, enticing them to come in and appreciate the form. Not only is it meant to activate the space, but it also adds a new flavour to the popular Flinders Lane strip. Not just making a statement but also a lasting landmark in the years to come.

Photography Credit:

Renders by Gabriel Mendoza, Plus Architecture