Amani Hussain

The design for the retail brand Lovi Ceylon is based on the concept of “Modern Ceylon” which is a timeless and elegant design to suit the maverick attitude and explorers lifestyle which the brand represents. Maintaining the luxury brand presence and enhancing the premium brand identity were key factors which needed attention to detail. 

Angelo De Lile 

 The Great Escape Bar & Nightclub 

– Revit Residential Modeling 
– Beehive Lighting Fixture 
– Central Park Concept Coffee Table 
– Ben & Jerry’s Pop Up Store 
– CV Design 
– Kitchen Design  


Daniel Subasinghe  

My hospitality project was to design a new restaurant for the 77th anniversary of Chinese Dragon Café. They want a new design to be elegant, graceful and that identifies with their brand.  

For the concept I have used the Asian Arowana fish, its red in colour and a good luck symbol used by the Chinese. I would also use Fenh Shui to help develop the floor plan to bring good luck and success. 


 Fatinah Suhail

Final major project focused on a community center that would facilitate the housing of youth and young adults for a variety of recreational and professional activities. Following the concept of a Ceylonese Adventure, the space represented a journey through the island as each space was designated a province/ district. Featuring elements from our island nation that our community can most relate to.   

 Rifla Fahim

LOVI is a brand inspired by traditional Sri Lankan clothing with a modern twist, a style very similar to mine. The flagship store in One Galle Face required something that sets trends and stands out from the rest in the market. The design reflects the brands luxuriousness and style inspired by the linear patterns and weaving methods of the products. The addition of curves accentuates the interiors and ties the whole space together harmoniously.

The clients from Travel Data requested rebranding for the company and gave the designers the freedom to conceptualize the new design. The inspiration comes from the origami paper plane on the brand’s logo. Origami is a Japanese art of folding that is flexible and easily transformable. The playful and contemporary interior of the office is a combination of various folding patterns and a gradient effect from the brand’s contrasting colours Magenta and orange. The new office is a style of its own and creates a memorable experience for its customers.

 Fallon Kumaraswami 

For as long as I can remember, arts and crafts have played a major role in my life. Being able to use my hands to bring something in my mind to life has been, and still is, a source of great joy to me. This is why I wanted a career that would allow me to focus on my passion. I enjoy the challenges,  and the constant mental stimulation  that the course provides. The past two years have only shown me how much more there is to explore and learn – and I look forward to it. 

 Fathimath Hushama

THE GREEN OFFICE – Converting a traditional work experience into a humming hive of engagement and productivity. The design for the new building of Agro Services, a company providing agricultural services and products, is inspired by the company’s brand identity. The design features a contrast between concrete and wood throughout the office while also incorporating plenty of natural light needed for a commercial space. 

 Fatinah Suhail

As a child I would always resort to art as a means of expressing myself. The freedom in being able to manipulate motion and colour best represented my ideology. As I grew older this made a switch to written documentation as the specificity of detail oriented methodology grew stronger. It was then that I realized a transition from art design was in play. The science of design that requires a calculated form of expression resonated with my style. Furthermore, being able to identify human psychology and design spaces that reflect a specific ambience, which intern manipulates the way in which spaces are being used was a factor that was both truly intriguing and inspiring.  

Hafsha Hyder Ali  

The work documents my desire to create innovative and beautiful spaces. My passion for color, fabric, furniture and all things ‘design’ started at a very young age and has grown into a lifelong passion for Interior design

During my time as an Interior Design Student, my artistic and creative skills have grown immensely and each project has given me the opportunity to push the boundaries of my creativity and offer unique forward thinking solutions.

Ahamed Murthala Naslun Hamna

I am a self-taught practical modernist interior designer. My passion stems from my lifelong love of architecture, interiors and travel and I get my inspiration from the countries I’ve visited combined with my love of nature. I am also a self confessed homebody which helps me to understand my clients need to want to relax and chill out in their homes.

Noorah Nabeha Omerdeen

Office – The proposed concept for this project was minimalism. Minimalism can be found in anything, to represent my concept, I chose an organic shape such as the tree knot. MY DEAL.LK invests in both e-commerce and offices, hence the reason the tree knot was chosen as it is the center point for the trunk and the branch.

Residential – Based in Galle, the concept for the project is drawn from the tropical land and beaches. The style is about incorporating nature into space and is characterized as warm and comforting. Colors such as blue, green, orange, and peach carry the concept throughout the space.

Rezani Rishafy

I am an Interior Designer based in Colombo, Sri Lanka. To me Design has always been a passion, although it came quite late for me to actually pursue it as a profession, I believe the world is more accepting of the idea of design as a career, than it used to be, especially when living in the Asian region. And my time has come and it is right… I believe that design has to be simple but be bold enough to make a statement.

Rezani Rishafy

I am an Interior Designer based in Colombo, Sri Lanka. To me Design has always been a passion, although it came quite late for me to actually pursue it as a profession, I believe the world is more accepting of the idea of design as a career, than it used to be, especially when living in the Asian region. And my time has come and it is right… I believe that design has to be simple but be bold enough to make a statement.

Sabeera Nazimudeen

My traveling experience has brought me one step closer to the wonders of Interior Design. Geometric patterns have always caught my attention which has now become a part of my style in designing. I believe that good design is an expression of many contradictions, one that consists of form and function whilst processing a timeless quality where one can push boundaries when designing. My approach to design is a mixture of dynamism and innovation, creating new spatial experiences.

Sahanika De Silva

I believe that I was always familiar with the perception of designing as I found myself been very attentive to details in the surrounding since my childhood days. I am interested in the design language and how it can enhance quality of life and state of mind. Hence, with the guidance of Raffles Design Institute, today I have become a person who is dedicated and passionate about designing interiors that provides a memorable experiences.