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Abbe Hernandez Interior Designer

​ ello! My name is Abbe and I am currently a H Senior studying Interior Design at Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD). It is my dream to create an environment where people can truly have an unforgettable experience. I am passionate about helping others, and how humans interact within a space. My passion for design was planted in me from a very young age. My mother is an Interior Designer so I was exposed to design early on. Since then, it has inspired me to think like a designer without realizing it, blossom creative ideas and use it in everyday life.


Work Experience 919 . 610 . 0218 ABBEH75@GMAIL.COM ABBEH.MYPORTFOLIO.COM

Community Involvement Tybee Beach Clean Up / 2016 - 2018 Habitat for Humanity / 2016

Skills

Design-Based / Hand rendering, model building, design-related research, hand sketching, public speaking Microsoft Office Illustrator

Revit 3ds Max

AutoCAD InDesign

Photoshop

Interpersonal / Personable, team player, good listener, motivated, visionary, innovative, organized, leader

INTERIOR DESIGN INTERN

JDavis Architects / Raleigh, North Carolina / June-August, December 2017 Assisted the Interior Design Staff with material display boards for clients, attended client meetings, and helped with FF&E items Participated in the process of an installation Assisted in creating construction documents using Revit and AutoCAD Utilized hand sketching skills to create designs Ordered, tracked and maintained product and material samples Maintained & organized the Interior Design Resource Library

CONSTRUCTION INTERN / VOLUNTEER

Batey Rehab Project / Dominican Republic / December 2016 Utilized my design skills learned at SCAD to build a home for a family of six Collaborated with a team of 25 + Learned the process of constructing a home first-hand under limited conditions while using local materials

KEY HOLDER / SALES ASSOCIATE

Clay Fusion / Wake Forest, North Carolina / December 2012 - 2015 Hosted corporate events and children’s parties Trained new employees and painted 30+ samples of pottery Created window display design for each season Performed business maintenance to scheduled event needs and taught new painting techniques Led customers through every step of the painting process Responsible for opening and closing tasks including closing out the register each day

PHOTOGRAPHER

SCAD District Newspaper / Savannah, Georgia / October 2015 Photographed sustainable fashion at Savannah’s Art March Met deadlines for Newspaper team Attended multiple meetings to prepare for event Collaborated with the author of the article to coordinate photographs with content


HEALING SPACE

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The Palette: Art Therapy Center for Students with Anxiety

Undiagnosed anxiety disorders may lead to negative effects on college students. These include excessive drinking or drug use, insomnia, social and academic decline, and depression. This space will provide opportunities for college students to:

communicate, express, heal, engage & create. Square Footage: 13, 269 Sq. Ft Location: Raleigh, North Carolina Programs Used: Revit, InDesign, Photoshop, Illustrator Concept: The Dandelion Cycle


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RESEARCH Raleigh is known for its scholarly colleges and universities. Students represent the society’s investment for the future, which is a lot of pressure.

18 Universities in Raleigh, NC. 70,000 students in Raleigh, NC. 30,000 of them have been DIAGNOSED with ANXIETY

25%

of student population in US report symptoms of depression, which is a result of anxiety.

45%

of 73 college students in US surveyed, have been diagnosed with anxiety, and 40% are on medication to treat anxiety

51%

In US in 2016, of students with anxiety or depression frequently felt depressed, and 35% of them were likely to seek help.

85%

of 73 college students in US surveyed, feel new anxieties since going to college

Art therapy is a natural, nonmedicated way to treat all types of anxiety disorders. It is a creative and therapeutic technique used to express one’s self and build self-esteem. It is an expressive therapy with multiple outlets to fit unique needs of individuals’ personalities and anxiety disorders.


DEMOGRAPHICS

Universities within 30 miles of the Raleigh Furniture Building:

Raleigh, NC

NC state, Wake Tech, Duke, UNC Chapel Hill, Meredith, Shaw, William Peace, St. Augustine, Norman Law, Living Arts. UNC Greensboro, Campbell, Elon, NC central, ECU, Pitt, Mount-olive, Sandhills, Methodist

Population: 439,896

Over 70,000 students in Raleigh, NC

Males 48.5% White 52.7%

Females: 51.5% Black 28.5%

Hispanic Asian 11.5% 4.4%

Air Quality Index (AQI) level: City: 75.9 U.S.: 74.7

Two or more races 2.8%

Education: High school or higher: 91.0% Bachelor’s degree or higher: 49.2% Unemployment in September 2015: Raleigh: 4.3% North Carolina: 5.4% Mean travel time to work (commute): 21.8 minutes

Daytime population change due to commuting: +72,029 (+15.9%) Exterior Elevation

Human Scale= 5’ 6”

Workers who live and work in this city: 151,394 (64.5%)


USERS

COLLEGE STUDENTS Ages 18-22

ART THERAPISTS Ages 25-70

Motivations: social, school,

Motivations: they relate

family, grades, sports

Goals: finding their place in

the world, getting a degree, building a future

Frustrations: not enough time

for things, always on the go, typically don’t have money because most of them are full time students and not working

Anxiety: social phobia, generalized

because they once were one, & want to see a change

Goals: want to help students

through the creative process of art therapy

Frustrations: has suffered from general anxiety

Income: $50,000 Personal Study: Must have masters degree in area of study


SOUTH WILMINGTON ST

119 East Hargett St Raleigh, North Carolina

EAST HARGETT ST

Shopping/entertainment Restaurants Park Transport services

SOUTH BLOUNT ST

SITE ANALYSIS


SOUTH BLOUNT ST

SOUTH WILMINGTON ST

SITE ANALYSIS

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EAST HARGETT ST

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Parking

Sidewalk in front of the building

Bus Stops

Bike lane on one side of the road, bike racks on side of building

Sidewalk Main Circulation

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Main Entry/Exit

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Secondary Entry/Exit

The surrounding buildings are of the same height so there are no blocking views. It is a downtown location so the buildings are more pushed together with a few sky scrapers in the distance. The views are mostly of trees, streets, and other buildings. Parking lot on either side of the building, parking deck behind building. Two way traffic with street parking on both lanes Downtown is always busy, but even more so during 6-8am, 12-1pm, and 4-7pm.


SITE ANALYSIS The sun rises in the east, and the building faces the south. Since there are no windows on the east side of the building, no sun will shine in the space directly until after 2 or 3pm, because there are windows on the west side of the building. The building is freestanding so it will absorb the heat directly from the sun into the brick, but it won’t be as bad if there were windows in place. In the summer the sun is more behind the building, which during this time there will be less heat in the building. This is a good thing, because it gets up to 100 degrees in the summer. In the winter the sun is more in front of the building which is good so there is natural light and heat coming into the building. Summer, June 2018

Winter, Jan 2018 The building will also get all impacts of wind since it is freestanding. There could be direct wind bouncing from other buildings also.

There might be noise from the parking garage which is located directly behind the building, as well as regular street traffic such as horns, sirens and motorcycles. This will be an issue when the students are having individual sessions, and a way to fix that would be noise machines, acoustical paneling, or absorbent materials inside the studios.


BUILDING ANALYSIS

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Columns Load Bearing Wall

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This will be the main entrance and exit of the building. This is the safest entrance and exit and works well for the flow of the building.

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This is an option for entry however there is no purpose for it because the main entrance is not far over, and it has better placement.

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2 First Floor

This is a fire exit only. If this was an entry it would be convenient for people who parked in the lot beside the building. It is not a proper entrance. The building is very symmetrical with modularity in a grid pattern based on the columns and window placement.

1 Second Floor

Third Floor


BUILDING ANALYSIS 3’ 14’

4423 SF footprint x (three story & basement) = 17,692SF

The building is accessible as it does not have a level change upon entering, and inside it does include an elevator.

The building is made of brick entirely so there are fire walls on either side. There are stairs in the back of the building that lead to a fire exit.

45’

14’

There are stairs on the outside of the building that could create a security issue. The stairs lead to entries on the second and third floor.

The building is sectioned into 3 floors. The building is rectangular with load bearing walls on the sides, and columns in the center.

14’

Front Elevation

Human Scale = 5’ 6”

Third Floor

Second Floor

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12 42

First Floor

Mixing scientific research with human wellness, the Well Building Standard is the best option for this building. They consider air, water, nourishment, and comfort that correlates to sleep patterns, mood, fitness and nutrition. The use of an art therapy center and focusing on people’s wellness is exactly aligned with the Well Building Standard guidelines.

There windows on the front facade and west side. There are no windows on the right side.


PROGRAM DIAGRAM Cafe Gallery

College Students

Personal room Individual sessions Music Studio Art Studio Dance Studio Writing Studio Common space

Service

Janitor Mechanical Lobby Storage

Therapist/Staff

WC Break Room Kitchen Front Desk Office Space

PUBLIC PRIVATE SEMI-PRIVATE INDIRECT DIRECT


KEY MOMENTS

Key Elements Space for personal reflection, opening up, not be scared to tackle anxiety, a safe space for students, a support group so no one feels alone.


CONCEPT DANDELION SEED: The process of going from flower to seed is a process that deals with opening, closing and opening back up again. In order for a student with anxiety to get better, they need the willingness to open up and begin to grow. The lighting will be open and soft, the materials will be leading people through the space, using warm and cool colors. The volume will change as intimate settings occur as well as group settings.

COMMUNICATING, ENGAGING, EXPRESSING.

DISPERSED:

HEALING & CREATING

when the seeds of the dandelion have been dispersed, the pappus expands and forms a parachute-like structure at right angles and catch the wind to slow down and keep the seeds safe to the fall. Art therapy will help keep the student safe in terms of growing mentally in a healthy way. The lighting will be welcoming and soft, the materials will be soft fabric and weavings, the volume will be large and over powering in some areas.

SOFT CLASSROOMS

GALLERY SPACE

PERSONAL ROOM

CAFE


SCHEMATIC FLOOR PLANS & RCP

Key Experiences


SCHEMATIC SKETCHES


SCHEMATIC ELEVATIONS


BUBBLE DIAGRAMS & STUDY MODELS

ARCH WAY

GALLERY

RECEPTION

GALLERY

GALLERY

DISPERSING

GALLERY

COLUMN SEAT


PRELIMINARY FLOOR PLAN & RCP

FURNITURE PLAN RCP 8,000 SF FOCUS AREA- 1ST AND 2ND FLOORS

FLOOR PLAN


PRELIMINARY ELEVATIONS & MILLWORK

Millwork RECEPTION DESK


FINAL FURNITURE PLAN

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Reception Gallery Dance Studio 1 Dance Studio 2 Music Studio 1 Music Studio 2

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Cafe Bar Gathering Space Art Studio 1 Art Studio 2 Writing Studio Art Studio 3 Nooks Quiet Space 1 Quiet Space 2

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Individual Session Room Individual Session Room Individual Session Room Collab Space Waiting Area Office Space Kitchen/Break Area Conference Room Individual Session Room Individual Session Room Individual Session Room Student Circulation Public Circulation Exit


AXON & SECTION

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2ND

FIRST FLOOR PLAN N.T.S

SECOND FLOOR PLAN N.T.S

THIRD FLOOR PLAN N.T.S

OFFICE & INDIVIDUAL SESSION ROOMS

1ST

CAFE & GROUP THERAPY

GALLERY & GROUP THERAPY

AXONOMETRIC

EXTERIOR ELEVATION

FRONT SECTION


RECEPTION BACK ROOM FOR RECEPTIONIST

WAY-FINDING DESK

RECEPTION AXON

WOODEN PIECES - REFERRING TO CONCEPT “DISPERSING” DANDELION

The reception includes light colors, warm lighting and a dispersing element that goes along with the concept, the dandelion cycle. The lighting acts as a warm welcoming to new students or to the public who wish to learn more about The Palette. The blue strip is for way-finding and the calming colors make the space feel relaxed. The original ceiling is kept to respect the historic building. It a space to begin the journey to heal.

First Floor Plan NTS


GALLERY

DROP CEILING

COLUMN

SEATING

GALLERY SEATING AXON

The gallery is a space where students have time for personal reflection, and to express themselves. The work that is on display is their own, and it is only on display if they choose to do so. The gallery is open to the public so they can see what the students create, or if the students choose to share their work with friends and family. On the left wall is a fizz felt panel with holes in it to get a glimpse of the studio on the other side. The felt is for acoustic absorption. The placement of the holes is dispersing to go with the concept.

First Floor Plan NTS


CAFE

BOOTH NOOK

IN CAFE FOR INTIMATE SETTING

Second Floor Plan N.T.S


BAR

GATHERING SPACE

INTIMATE SETTING FOR COMFORT

The Cafe and Bar are areas where students can communicate with one another about how their group therapy sessions are going. The Cafe will serve as a safe space and hangout spot for the students. They can come and grab some coffee and a scone, do homework, relax and just pass the time if they would like. It is welcoming and a safe space for the students. The blue is calming and to refer to the concept, it is a place where students can open up and work through their anxieties. The plants bring a natural healing aspect, as well as the large windows with natural light. The gathering area is meant for calming conversation. The booth and drop ceiling add an intimate setting.


ART STUDIO 1 The Art Studio is where students create. They can come and do group therapy sessions or work by themselves. In here, there is storage on the back wall, pin up space, and a relaxed “soft� classroom setting for the students. There are bean bag chairs on the floor if they want to be comfortable, or have the option to use an easel. In this space the students will have an art therapy teacher give them a lesson and begin to work through, heal, and understanding their anxieties. The concept refers to the parachute of the dispersing dandelion safely going to the ground, and that is what the art studio will do for the students, act as the parachute to help them safely work through their anxieties.

Second Floor Plan N.T.S


MATERIALS


WORKPLACE DESIGN

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Office 415: A Co-working Office Space Office 415 is a collaborative office space, located in Savannah, GA. There are 3 small online companies that work here full time, which all have a common characteristic of wanting to make the world a better place. There is a retail space dedicated to advertising their products. Check out their profiles: Square Footage: 11,498 Sq. Ft Location: Savannah, Georgia Programs Used: Revit, AutoCAD, InDesign, Photoshop, Illustrator Concept: Work Hard, Play Hard


Office 415 COWORKING office space ->>

SAVANNAH, GA


CLIENT PROFILES

“Our mission is to protect our oceans and marine life.” Sand Cloud believes that the beach is not just a place to go for the afternoon, but a lifestyle. The beach represents freedom, communing with nature and friendship. It is a place to express individual style and replenish your spirit so you can live your life with passion.

“Our goal is to make a difference in people’s lives by combining causes and commerce.”

• Society B was founded by two sisters (Lindsay Byers-Hirth and Kelli Byers). • Each sister have a background in nonprofit and e-commerce. It is run voluntarily by • Lindsay Byers-Hirth everyday from Greensboro, NC.

“Welcome to The Lip Bar, where we explore beauty through diversity and fun.” • Founded by Melissa Butler, she was tired of the beauty standards set for women and decided to create her own lipsticks with no chemicals, vegan, cruelty free and affordable • She created this lipstick line for the women who are unapologetically themselves and the women working up the courage to be, rather than for the love of make up.


SITE & BUILDING

415 West Boundary Street Savannah, GA

Built in the 1920’s, this historic 15,085 square foot former industrial warehouse was most likely used for cotton, paper-pulp or food-processing industries with the opening of large-scale operations during this time. It also used to be Brinson Railway.

The sun will rise in the east and have the strongest point of sun from noon to 1pm. Since the building has many large windows there is plenty of natural light that shines inside, which is the best for the workers. In the morning the sun will shine directly

Maker’s space. N.I.C.

Modularity-the building is grouped into four sections. • Axis of symmetry and proportional groupings

Windows: 4’ Doors: 9’2” West elevation: fenestration

Human Height: 5’6” Floor to ceiling: 14’ East elevation: fenestration Accessibility: The building is accessible on the exterior because there is a ramp location on the side for entry. On the interior, Work Space: OCCUPANCY B: 60 tenants need 6,000 sq ft. there is not a ramp. Fire safety: The building was built with fire walls to prevent the spread of fire. If there was a fire, there are many Conference Space: 14 tenants need 480 st ft. exit options to access quickly. General safety: The wooden section in the floor is rotting. Longest travel path is 115ft to exit. Retail Space: OCCUPANCY A-3: 80 tenants need 1,200 sq ft.


CONCEPT

WORK HARD, PLAY HARD. Think back to that giddy feeling we all once had as a child. We all still have the capability to have that same feeling even as adults in the workplace. The design will bring playfulness, energy, and the feeling of being alive to the workplace. “Play is at the root of creativity, problem solving, abstract thinking, imagination, and innovation, play can save a life.� -Kevin Carroll CONCEPT MODELS


BUBBLE TO BLOCK DIAGRAMS

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ADJACENCY DIAGRAMS

. Throughout the space there are color

changes and spaces for collaboration to provide a sensory change. There are also warm lights placed on the perimeter of the work spaces, so when they workers look up from a blue screen, they feel at ease.

. Play in the work place provides creativity and

abstract thinking, so sensory change helps the creativity flow.

. An in house gym is offered to employees to

promote a healthy work environment and for better work production.

. The desks are in groups as much as possible to make people feel comfortable in the work space, as opposed to sitting in the middle of the room and feeling like they are being watched.


FURNITURE PLAN

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PLAN ANALYSIS

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FURNITURE PLAN: CHOICE/PERSONALIZATION, NOISE, NATURAL LIGHT

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RETAIL SPACE CAFE LOBBY BATHROOM OPEN OFFICE SPACE COPIER/MAIL COLLAB SPACE PRIVATE OFFICE QUIET SPACE BREAK OUT SPACE INSTAGRAM SPACE GYM IT SERVER

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MAIN EMPLOYEE ENTRANCE

PRIVATE

SECOND EMPLOYEE ENTRANCE

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PUBLIC/RETAIL ENTRANCE

PUBLIC

CIRCULATION DAY CIRCULATION NIGHT

FELT PANELS WERE USED TO CONTROL. THE NOISE IN THE OPEN OFFICE, AS WELL AS IN THE BOOTHS.

TO REDUCE NOISE BUT NOT KEEP THE OFFICES DEAD SILENT, AN ACOUSTICAL CEILING WAS USED WITH A MIX OF HARD SURFACES.

THE CURVED GLASS IS SET IN PLACE TO DIFFUSE THE NOISE BACK TO THE WORK AREAS AS OPPOSED TO LETTING SOUND TRAVEL TO THE REST OF THE ENTIRE OFFICE.

IN THE PRIVATE OFFICES, A CEILING IS NEEDED FOR PRIVACY, SO SOUND DOES NOT GET OUT, AND NOISE DOES NOT GET IN.

NATURAL LIGHT

AT THE MAIN WORK ENTRANCE IS A BIKE RACK. EMPLOYEES ARE ENCOURAGED TO RIDE THEIR BIKES TO WORK FOR A MORE SUSTAINABLE LIFESTYLE.


CONCEPT APPLICATION

These custom shelves are curved to reflect the waves of the ocean from one of the permanent companies, Sand Cloud.

Free coffee so employees should feel an incentive to work.

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Private space for employees.


RECEPTION CANNOT TABLE HAWORTH

CHESTER HIGH TOWER ACCESS

HULA TABLE HAWORTH

BOUQUET ROLO EUREKA LIGHTING

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RECEPTION DESK


BREAKOUT SPACE

PRISMHIGH TOWER

BULB FICTIONHIGH TOWER

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SEMI PRIVATE OFFICE

BENT DESKHAWORTH

SUSPENDED LEDEATON LIGHTING

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COLLAB WORK SPACE

ZODYHAWORTH

SUNRISE SUN SUSTAINABLE CARPET MATERIAL. INTERFACE

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OPEN WORK SPACE

ZODYHAWORTH

SUNRISE SUN SUSTAINABLE CARPET MATERIAL. INTERFACE

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OPEN WORK SPACE

FRENCH CURVE - LIGHT ART BY 3FORM

HARBOR WORK LOUNGE CHAIR

OPENEST PLUME

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OPEN WORK SPACE

HEX BLOCKFILZFELT. ACOUSTICAL TILE THAT IS SUSTAINABLE. ZODYHAWORTH

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EVENT SPACE DESIGN

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Pop Up Fashion Event: A La Mode Provence

A La Mode Provence fashion shows are held twice a year for new up and coming French fashion designers. The design will bring to life Pierre Cardin’s quarr y and blur the lines between indoor and outdoor space with a juxtaposition between the stone and the steel. Johanna Senyk says she believes fashion to be individuality, expression and liberty. With this in mind, her words will reflect the design of the space. Square Meters: 3,543 Sq. M. Location: Lacoste, France Programs Used: Revit, AutoCAD, InDesign, Photoshop, Illustrator Concept: Liberty, Individuality, Expression


A La Mode Provence POP UP FAHSION EVENT


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Site location: Pierre Cardin’s quarry in Lacoste, France


PROGRAM DIAGRAM


FLOOR PLAN

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1 Lobby/coat check 2 Red Carpet 3 Photographer’s spot 4 Bar 5 Event seating 6 Catwalk 7 WC 8 Lift 9 Model’s dressing room 10 Model’s prep area

Private Semi private Public

Model’s circulation VIP/guest circulation

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Design Inspiration: Fashion designer Johanna Senyk who deconstructs rain wear

Target Audience: Anna Wintour. The event will cater as a networking opportunity for the new fashion designers to meet buyers, magazine editors, influencers, and make appointments for future venues.

Brand name: Wanda Nylon Location: Paris, France Age: 33

Editor-in-Cheif of VOGUE Location: New York, New York Age: 67


LOBBY/COAT CHECK


RED CARPET


BAR


SECTION

14’

Waterfall that flows underneath the audience.

Section showing the catwalk at a slant. NTS


CATWALK - MODEL’S VIEW


CATWALK - VIP’S VIEW

Custom event seating


HOSPITALITY DESIGN

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Hospitality: Kilkenny Inn & Seafood Co-op Project that includes a makers space, seafood co-op, restaurant, and hotel on the waterfront. Square Footage: 4,500 Sq. Ft Location: Richmond Hill, Georgia Programs Used: Revit, AutoCAD, InDesign, Photoshop Concept: Nautical Charm


SITE ANALYSIS


SEAFOOD CO-OP BUBBLE DIAGRAMS


INN BUBBLE DIAGRAMS


INN BUBBLE DIAGRAMS


SCHEMATIC SKETCHES MAIN ENTRANCE, ORIGINAL STAIRCASE, LOUNGE TO THE LEFT AND RECEPTION TO THE RIGHT.

EACH ROOM OFFERS SPACIOUS SEATING, TV, LOCK BOX, DRESSER, AND WET BAR.

LOUNGE FOR GUESTS TO RELAX. ORIGINAL FIREPLACE.


CONCEPT


SITE PLAN MAKER’S SPACE

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FINAL FURNITURE PLAN

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MAIN CIRCULATION

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ADA SUITE


LOUNGE


RESTAURANT


RESIDENTIAL DESIGN

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Residential: Cotton Sail Condominium Adaptive reuse loft project for a client who is blogger and has a family of four. The site is the fifth floor of the Cotton Sail Hotel. Square Footage: 3,300 Sq. Ft. Location: Savannah, GA Skills Used: Hand drafting, hand rendering, model building Concept: Origins


RESEARCH


CONCEPT-ORIGINS


BUBBLE TO BLOCK DIAGRAMS

3D MODEL TO UNDERSTAND SPATIAL ARRANGEMENTS


ELEVATIONS


Thank you

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