Undergraduate Interior Design Portfolio
I'm Hannah Berryhill, a 2013 graduate of The University of Texas at Austin, School of Architecture, with a Bachelor of Science in Interior Design. This is a collection of my undergraduate works.
Hannah Berryhill Undergraduate Interior Design Portfolio projects 04 20 Purify SXSW 2014 The Insiders pollutant neutralizing installation private membership club 26 28 36 48 university cafe Entre los Arboles Biker Chic 12 chair redesign The Reinvention of Black hospitality suite Fashion Inspired wallpaper, 3D wall installation, & fashion boutique UT Community Clinic preventative care clinic: design competition Purify SXSW 2014 Pollutant-Removing Installation for Austin, TX Music Festival March - May 2013 Professor Igor Siddiqui Adavaned Interior Design This installation seeks to address pollution problems during SXSW and showcase the pollutant neutralizing technology of titanium dioxide infused finishes. The site chosen is the perimeter of the streets that are closed during SXSW, which create a pedestrianW RIV ER only zone for the week. The threshold SID ED between this pollution and car-free zone R is defined by a screen which is supported by a bamboo scaffolding. The fabric, which has been washed in a titanium dioxide solution, not only removes carbon dioxide and nitrogen oxide from the air, but also provides extra shading to SXSW goers, defines new venues, and helps direct traffic away from street closures. S LA MAR B LVD S. 1S ST S. 5 TH IN S T ULD BO 11TH ST 6TH ST AUSTIN CONVENTION CENTER T ST. RESS AVE CON G Car-Free SXSW Zone + SXSW Venues EY S RAIN T SUNLIGHT O N O N O N O O N O O O O OH OOOH O - N O O O O O O O O N O N O OH OOH O- OH O- OH O O O N N TiO2 TiO2 O O N O Titanium Dioxide as a Pollutant Neutralizer 4 Diagram of scaffolding layers showing diagonal supports, additional layers added to allow for vertical walk space, and addition of TiO2 fabric. bamboo pollutant neutralizing fabric washers clip into one another nylon connecting cords 21’ 21’ 8’ 42’ Installation signals street crossing of pedestrian area on Red River St. Creates sound and visual barrier between I-35 and SXSW Film viewing and resting place for participants 8 Pop-up shop for CatClo Creates distinct barrier between pedestrian and car zones FORM DESIGN 1 guide is attached to corners of all buildings that create perimeter of pedestrian zone 2 guide determines heights of bamboo scaffolding 3 fabric panels treated with CatClo laundry detergent attach to scaffolding 9 SKILLED LEADER UNSKILLED WORKERS The installation would be set up in one week (just in time for the festival), while also bringing in construction workers from around the country to educate them on bamboo scaffolding. This type of scaffolding is both environmentally and economically beneficial, but is rarely used in the US. ONE TEAM Construction Coordination one skilled leader ten unskilled workers 01 19 06 07 TEAM PER CITY BLOCK CITY BLOCKS TOTAL DAYS TO INSTALL DAYS OF DISPLAY M A Sample construction documents for one bay of installation A B C D E F G H I J K L M Bamboo and pollutantneutralizing fabric would be resused and recycled in multiple ways after SXSW 2014. Project Afterlife fabric fabric fabric Car covers playgrounds Car covers Car covers Shades for Hammocks for public Shades for playgrounds Car covers Hammocks for public parks & the Shades for playgrounds parks, homeless shelter, Hammocks for public parks & the homeless shelter Shades for playgrounds etc. Hammocks for public parks & the homeless shelter homeless shelter bamboo bamboo bamboo Temporary fencing for events ACL,Temporary races, etc. fencing forlike Temporary fencing for events like ACL, races, etc. events like acl, races, etc. ACL, races, etc. Temporary fencing for events like Packaging for electronics sold Mulch for xeriscaping, children’s Mulch for Packaging for 2015 products Packaging for electronics sold Mulch for xeriscaping, children’s during SXSW playgrounds, etc. xeriscaping, Mulch for xeriscaping, children’s playgrounds, etc. playgrounds, etc. playgrounds, etc. Packaging for electronics sold 2015 sold at SXSW 2015 during SXSW during SXSW 2015 THE INSTALLATION WOULD NEUTRALIZE POLLUTION FROM 6594 CARS THROUGHOUT THE DURATION OF THE FESTIVAL 1 1 The Insiders Private Membership Club January 2012 to May 2012 Professor Tamie Glass Design VI â€œSound Buildingâ€? Design VI, also known as "Sound Building," is the semester during which we integrate our knowledge of construction, history, environmental controls, and design courses into one design project. That semester, we designed a private membership club located in downtown Austin, Texas. The concept for The Insiders is to create an open, lively space that draws in new members and embraces the appreciation for the outdoors of many Austinites. This will be achieved through an emphasis on natural materials through a contrast with synthetic materials, easy accessibility to the staff, and plenty of space for casual conversation among members. While the space should feel welcoming, a sense of sophistication through clean simple forms and refined materials will be created to evoke a feeling of formality. 12 13 Furniture Plan Floor 16 event hall restaurant lobby lounge meeting rooms mech. elevator lobby event space kitchen bar offices 14 Furniture Plan Floor 17 Adjacency Diagram Shows influx of natural light and movement through space e3 bar event space 2 15 16 17 D 7 8 The Upstairs Bar 15' - 5" 13' - 5" 0' - 2 3/4" D Bar Elevation maple casework with redorange acrylic counter top SLATE COUNTERTOP 15' - 5" 13' - 5" 0' - 2 3/4" SLATE COUNTERTOP SLATE COUNTERTOP 0' - 2 3/4" 0' - 11 3/4" 0' - 2" RED ACRYLIC PNL WD TRIM PNT WHITE 0' - 2 3/4" RED ACRYLIC RED ACRYLIC PNL 0' - 1 3/4" WD TRIM PNT WHITE 0' - 2 3/4" 0' - 2 3/4" 0' - 1 1/2" 1' - 6 1/4" FRONT OF BAR 2 1/2" = 1'-0" 0' - 1 3/4" 1 PROFILE OF BAR 1/2" = 1'-0" 2 FRONT OF BAR 1/2" = 1'-0" 1. CEILI 2. REFE MANUF A 71’ 71’ C ShadingAPanels C in Downstairs Bar laser-cut shading structure is modular B with repeated but rotated panels for “randomness” B 3. REFE DETAIL INFORM METHO 4. CONT WALLS REQUIR 5. ALL S DOUBL 6. CONT DAMAG FROM D 7. CONT DIMENS PARTIT AFTER E 8. REFE FOR AD HEIGHT A B C D A B C D A B C D A B C D A E B IN BAR SCREEN A OVER WINDOWS 1/4" = 1'-0" C D A B C D A E E 3’ 0” E 3’ 0” D B A D B Dining Space Hannah Berryhill I-BEAM LED STRIP LIGHT 1/8” WIRE CABLE 2 I-6.1 SUSP ACT CUSTOM WD TRELLIS 1/8” EXPANSION ANCHOR 1/8” THREADED EYEHOOK The University of Texas at Austin School of Architecture 1 University Station B7500 Austin, TX 78712 2 CEILING CALLOUT 1" = 1'-0" (832) 863-1638 email@example.com WOOD CAP LEATHER PADDING 3/8” BENDING PLYWOOD 0' - 6 1/4" 3 I-6.1 PLANTER 9' - 10" BRACKET SYSTEM LEATHER 0' - 7 3/4" 515 Congress Ave. Austin, TX 78701 1x3 WOOD BLOCKING WATER TROUGH FOAM CUSHION 1/2” PLYWOOD GENERAL INFORMATION 1. WALL TYPE A TYPE U.O.N. 1/2” PLYWOOD 6 I-6.1 PLASTIC CLIP FOR PLANTER 1/2” PLYWOOD 1x4 HARDWOOD LEG 2. CEILING HEIGHTS ARE 9’6” A.F.F. U.O.N. 3. REFER TO FINISH SCHEDULE FOR DETAILED MANUFACTURER’S INFORMATION AND INSTALLATION METHODS. 4. CONTRACTOR TO VERIFY ALL EXISTING WALLS ARE FIRE RATED PER CODE REQUIREMENT. 5. ALL SINGLE DOORS ARE 3’-0” AND ALL DOUBLE DOORS 6’-0” U.O.N. 6. CONTRACTOR IS RESPONSIBLE FOR DAMAGE TO EXISTING GROUNDS ARISING FROM DEMOLITION OPERATIONS. 7. CONTRACTOR TO VERIFY CRITICAL DIMENSIONS WITH ARCHITECT WHEN PARTITION LAYOUT IS CHALKED AND AFTER ELECTRICAL ROUGH-IN. 8. REFER TO BARRIER FREE DIAGRAMS FOR ADA COMPLIANT MOUNTING HEIGHTS. 2x4 WOOD BLOCKING 1 DINING SPACE 1/2" = 1'-0" 3 GREENWALL CASEWORK 1" = 1'-0" 6 BANQUETTE DETAIL 1" = 1'-0" E WD SHV FOR GREENWALL WD AP Greenwall Elevation SILICONE SEAL MTL FRAMING 1' - 9 1/8" 1' - 9 1/8" CUSTOM SCREEN (POWDER COATED MTL) GYP BD SHOE SCREW SS FLIP PLATE TV PNL BANQUETTE SEATING 3' - 0" greenwall system is modular with alternating panels for TV displays 5 MEETING ROOM PARTITION 1/2" = 1'-0" SILICONE SEAL 0' - 3 3/8" FROSTED GL 9' - 5 3/4" 4 GREEN WALL IN DINING SPACE 1/2" = 1'-0" SECTIONS AND DETAILS 19 2 5:20:16 PM I-6.1 Entre los Arboles Cafe Design at the Polytecnical University of Valencia September 2012 - October 2012 Professors Miguel Alvarez, Ramon Esteve, Ivo Vidal Valencia, Spain: Study abroad semester This cafe features an inclined roof and furniture which create varying levels of privacy. These sharp geometries are contrasted with the natural materials and lighting used in the space to simulate a space beneath trees. The cafe is situated on the UPV campus in Valencia, Spain, and offers university members a place of rest along their walk through campus. The cafe has snacks and refreshments and offers a space where students can study independently, work in groups, or relax with friends. The inclination of the roof creates more comfortable spaces for conversation in contrast with the more open spaces for less personal meetings. The apertures in the roof dapple the space with natural light, connecting the building with its exterior atmosphere under the trees. This site connection is also found in the materiality and texture of the surfaces: the concrete floors have a wood texture, and wood plank walls and ceiling envelop the space. The idea of nature is contrasted with the inclined geometry, which is found not only in the form of the building, but also in the furniture and smaller details of the space. This contrast creates a space that responds to its surrounding environment while also maintaining an architectural identity of its own. 20 SECTION SECTIONA A SECTION B 21 Plan 1. storage room 2. bar 3. lounge space 4. outdoor lounge space 5. sidewalk through campus Door Detail wood section insulation frame profile 3/4â€? plywood door skin with pivot laminate rubber 22 Site Map Electrical Engineering Building Athletic Center University Gift Shop Alumni Building UPV Cafe Mathematics Building Natatorium Lifelong Learning Center 23 Sidewalk View through Cafe Custom Furniture features the same dynamic inclination as the architecture of the space 24 View into Cafe Seating Area Conceptual Sketches intimate vs. public spaces engagement with walkway integration with site 25 Biker Chic CHAIR REDESIGN October 2011 Professor Carl Matthews Design V To complement the semester theme of reclamation, we transformed an old chair with recycled materials. I chose to contrast the Victorian frame with industrial, black rubber bicycle tubes. The tough rubber has been morphed into a delicate, lace like screen and woven seat cover, which resembles the parquet floors of Victorian design, and the diamond shaped pattern created by the screen recalls the tufted back of the original chair. 26 the reinvention of black HOSPITALITY SUITE October - December 2011 Professor Carl Matthews Design V Design Excellence Award Winner Located on a quaint ranch in southeast Austin, this hospitality suite faces a small pond and natural Texas Landscape. The exterior of the suite consists of three recycled shipping containers while the interior design scheme has three main sources of inspiration: my previous chair project, the concept of “chromophobia,” and a quote from the book, “Chromophobia.” My chair design explored the methods of transforming a dull, industrial material into something delicate and refined. Similarly, I decided to redefine the stereotype that the color black is a single, dreary color. By revealing the multifarious identities of blackness, this space demonstrates that black can express a range of qualities. Further inspiration for the project includes our study of “chromophobia,” or western society’s recent obsession with all white interiors. The all-black design presents an inverted view of the chromophobic interior and is intended to be a response to these trendy, colorless spaces. 28 29 30 “There is a black which is old and a black which is fresh.” -David Batchelor, Chromophobia 31 Plan Three shipping containers are combined to create a small bedroom, living space, kitchen, and bathroom. The end of the shipping container is brought up to create a roof over the outdoor dining space. 1. kitchen 2. bathroom 3. outdoor dining 4. bedroom 5. living room 6. stairs to upper deck 2 4 1 6 5 3 32 Shows five site options and selected site and relationship to neighboring pond. Site Diagram 33 Inspiration Images The color black is not a singular, dimensionless quality: it can vary in tone, transparency, texture, and sheen to express a range of design qualities. 34 35 Fashion Inspired WALLCOVERING January 2011 Professor Igor Siddiqui Design IV Our semester started by designing a wallpaper that was inspired by a fashion designer’s collection. We then translated our two-dimensional wallcovering into a three-dimensonal design. The final assignment was to design a fashion boutique for our designer, taking inspiration from his collection and our own previous work. The following commonalities were among his designs: masculine shapes and colors, dark neutrals, simple geometries, and “flat” layering created by layers of tone on tone fabric and subtle shadows. When creating my wallpaper, these same characteristics guided the design process. I created a simple, masculine shape and layered the shape over itself to create depth. The shapes were then rendered to produce shadows. 36 37 Fashion Inspired 3D WALL INSTALLATION February 2011 Professor Igor Siddiqui Design IV The layered shapes found in the wallpaper created a forced perspective, which translated into a three-dimensional wall installation. In Rhinoceros, I used the same shape found in my wallpaper, layered it on top of itself, distorted the perspective, and flattened the image. I then extruded the 2D image to exaggerate the perspective. 38 39 Fashion Inspired FLAGSHIP STORE FOR DEREK LAM March - May 2011 Professor Igor Siddiqui Design IV My boutique featured the same forced perspective as did my wall; carefully selected shapes were extruded to a point and created seating, storage, lighting, dressing rooms, and a cash wrap. The shapes were then carved out as needed to become occupiable. Extra large mannequins at the entrance were contrasted with more petite ones in the back of the space, further emphasizing the extrusion of the interior forms. 912 Congress Ave. Austin, TX 78731 40 41 Plan 1. main entrance 2. cash wrap 3. clothing display 4. shoe display 5. waiting area 6. dressing rooms 7. storage 8. office S.2 7 S.3 6 5 2 1 8 3 4 S.4 S.1 42 extruded forms are scaled and layered to create niches for smaller products Shoe Display 43 Sections demonstrate how extruded forms are carved out to become occupiable spaces. Section 1 Section 3 44 Section 2 Section 4 45 Back of Retail Space Dressing Room Wait Space 46 Dressing Rooms simple, masculine geometry was layered, the perspective was then distorted, and forms were extruded. Process Work UT Community Clinic PREVENTATIVE CARE CLINIC January 2013 to February 2013 Design Team: Hannah Berryhill, Ashleigh Kahler, Daniel Valles, Rodolfo Rodriguez Professional Advocate: Hector Covo, Morris Architects Academic Advisor: Dr. Nancy Kwallek 2013 AIA SES Student Healthcare Design Competition The UT Community Clinic strives to encourage community involvement in a variety of ways: its strategic location in a low income neighborhood and ready access to public transportation, the creation of public outdoor spaces, the separation of public and private interior zones, and sweeping forms that create a unique identity for the clinic. These forms separate the public and private zones to allow for after-office-hours public events, slope up to form a rooftop garden, and create a shaded healing garden between the two buildings. As daylight has been proven to have multiple health benefits, we felt it necessary for each room in the clinic to be lit by natural daylight. Public spaces have direct views into the healing garden while spaces that require more privacy, such as treatment rooms, are lit by semi-transparent windows. A CNC-routed shading structure decreases heat gain in the healing garden and provides a dappled light effect, similar to the experience of sitting beneath a tree. Additional goals for the interior spaces included a sense of encouragement, interactive spaces, and flexibility. Flexibility is created through the open floor plan of the public zone and furniture, the education gallery encourages interaction with health-monitoring systems, and casual consultation spaces encourage patients to discuss their health with caregivers. 48 Site Plan 1. UT Community Clinic 2. Bus station 3. MetroRail MLK, Jr. Station 4. Austin Hospice Center 5. PeopleFund: non-profit financial advice company 6. Center61: Sustainability Center 4 2 1 3 5 50 6 Maps of income levels, public transportation, and adjacent facilities led to our site selection. Site Analysis Income Levels Public Transportation Adjacent Facilities 51 Plan 1. Public transportation entrance 2. Entrance from parking lot 3. Reception 4. Public education space 5. Flexible classrooms 6. Waiting hall 7. Nursesâ€™ station 8. Caregiver area 9. Caregiver storage 10. Staff break room 11. Service space 12. Mechanical rooms 13. Consultation room 14. Treatment room 15. Healing gardens 52 5 4 3 2 1 15 12 10 8 11 9 14 7 15 13 6 12 54 55 Waiting Hall Serves as a transition space between the public and private facilities. The transparency of the hall allows guests to experience the health benefits of natural light and views of nature. 56 Reception/Public Education Gallery As the clinic encourages preventative care, the public education gallery played a large role in the design of the northern building. The gallery offers health information as well as self-diagnostic stations to encourage patients to take charge their own health. Treatment Room A colorful seating niche provides guest seating to patients with family who might come to an appointment. Automatic sliding doors eliminate contact with doors, therefore reducing germ spread. Healing Garden The CNC-routed shading structure creates a dappled light effect in the garden, reducing heat gain and replicating the natural shade of a tree. Interior Renderings: H. Berryhill Exterior Rendering: D. Valles Consultation Room A casual, residential-like environment is provided for caregivers to discuss health plans with patients. The TV can be used to access health records or video conference with a specialist. 59 Thank You Hannah Berryhill firstname.lastname@example.org