Yeowool's Interior Design Portfolio
Currently a design student in Cal State University, Long Beach, majoring in Interior architecture design. A strong cultural background and a long history of education in music and fine arts has given me a sensitivity to the needs of personal expression.
D ST E AT SI E G U N N IV P ER O SIT R Y, TF LO O N G LIO BE AC H R O IA RN RI TE IFO AL E-mail: email@example.com Website:http://www.coroflot.com/yeowoolk YEOWOOL KANG C IN CONTENTS 1 BONOBOS Pop-up Store Retail Store 2 COSMOst Post-production Company Office 3 THE CORRIDOR CSU Long Beach Academic Building 4 EVCO 425 Loft Interior Design FIT HIGH CONTRAST WHIMSICAL Main concepts for the Bonobos pop-up store is “FIT ” and “High-Contrast” which I was inspired by their pants which is the main product of Bonobos. “FIT” - I used a puzzle form for the the idea of well-fitting pants how the pants are specifically fit the body shape. “High-Contrast” - Inspired by the trademark for their pants design; high contrast pocket and waistband lining. COVE LIGHTING COVE LIGHTING FLOOR PLAN REFLECTED CEILING PLAN POP-UP RETAIL INTERIOR DESIGN RECESSED LIGHITNG BONOBOS TRACK LIGHTING BONOBOS POP-UP RETAIL INTERIOR DESIGN A B ELEVATION A ELEVATION B Anamorphic Illusion Art from the back entrance COSMOSTREET Custom-designed ping-pong table POST-PRODUCTION COMPANY OFFICE Motion tracking effect with LED wall Behind the ping-pong table Building Bridges Between IIDA Designers, Industry Partners & CSULB Students by BRIGHTIIDEAS on Nov 26, 2012 • 12:57 pm Who better to design our informal learning spaces but students themselves? We are pleased to have our Junior Interior Design Studio embarking on a campus project to remodel an existing academic corridor. Nine student teams, from Professor Ottolia s class at CSULB, have an opportunity to research, plan and design an informal learning space from a student s perspective. This wide passage way is the perfect in-between space for socializing, teaching, learning and collaboration. It serves as a major corridor from the College of the Arts Ofﬁces (to the south), to the Beach Hut (to the north) and the Library (in the west). Existing informal learning space from one end of the corridor. The project description is to redesign the corridor to provide a place where students can socialize and study. It should be a place that inspires collaboration and creativity, as well as, where students and faculty can gather before and after class. The project goal being to develop a design solution with a strong connection to the exterior areas and entryways: the Quad, Beach Hut, MacIntosh and Education Buildings. As students, we ﬁnd that informal places outside the classroom are great places to collaborate with classmates and faculty. The informality of certain spaces is ideal for teaching and mentoring and an alternative for students who would usually head home after class or to the library. With comfortable seating, places to spread out their work and electrical outlets for mobile devices, individuals, pairs, small groups and teams can begin and extend their classroom conversations. Pamela B. Neiman, IIDA, CID Principal Neiman Studio Tags: CSULB, Interior Design, Student design, student projects, Students REFLECTIVE CEILING PLAN MOVEMENT CSU LONG BEACH ACADEMIC BUILDING FLOOR PLAN EAST ELEVATION WEST ELEVATION BULLETIN AREAFFF BUILT-IN BAR DOOR SIGNAGE + ICON CSU LONG BEACH ACADEMIC BUILDING INTERSECTION OVERALL VIEW PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT CONFERENCE ROOM CORRIDOR TECH-CENTER CSU LONG BEACH ACADEMIC BUILDING CUSTOMIZED ICONS one space, two different perspective The primary concept for the interior of EVCO425 loft is inspired by â€˜fractal,â€™ which derived from the idea of how the each client; the engineer and the poet, has different perspective in terms of scale. The poet sees the bigger picture, the engineer is more focused on finer details. Fractal is a fragmented geometric shape that is split into several parts, but each of those components is just a smaller sized copy of the overall form. Started with the rectileanear shape of the given open floor plan, I fill it with the each designated space with the same shape, while maintaing the open concept. RECESSED DOWNLIGHTING FLOURESCENT LIGHTING CEILING MOUNT LIGHTING TRACK LIGHTING DECORATIVE PENDANT LIGHTING 1st floor reflective ceiling plan 2ND floor reflective ceiling plan LEGEND a b c d e f g h i j l m n 0 open to below 1st floor plan 2ND floor plan entrance powder room living room dining room kitchen storage/laundry library game room engineer’s office poet’s chair private lounge master bathroom walk-in-closet master bedroom LOFT INTERIOR DESIGN LIGHTING LEGEND OFFICE VIEW / LIVING ROOM LOFT INTERIOR DESIGN KITCHEN VIEW / LIVING ROOM KITCHEN library LOFT INTERIOR DESIGN OVERVIEW THANK YOU