ABAGAIL LEEPIN ABAGAIL.LEEPIN@YAHOO.COM
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01 BILLABONG FLAGSHIP 06-15
02 L A J O L LA R E S I D E N C E
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BIL L ABONG SANTA BARBARA, CA
Using existing exterior architecture, the interior concept of the was cultivated for the new generation of Billabong. Drawing inspiration from the landscape & culture of the California lifestyle, the concept was captured through the use of neutral colors, subtle pattern and warm textiles. The ground level features accessories and menâ€™s clothing, as well as a lounge area and the point of sale. The Mezzanine level showcases the womenâ€™s clothing.
E X T E R I O R E L E V A T I ON
WEST WALL ELEVATION
POINT OF SALE
NORTH WALLL ELEVATION
WOMEN’S FITTING ROOM
MEN’S FITTING ROOM
The east wall elevation showcases custom designed fixtures for the billabong brand, using industrial elements with clean, contemporary lines. The fixtures are minimal, highlighting details of the product displayed.
BLACK STEEL STRUCTURE
BLACK STAINED WOOD SHELVES
Modular shelving system for folded and hanging clothing items.
Ceiling and ground mounted hang bars.
The swimsuit fixture has a wood frame and steel hang bars to showcase billabongâ€™s signatures bikinis and board shorts.
LA JOLLA, CA
This residence is made up of 8 shipping containers. Clean lines, crisp whites and natural textures create a warm, contemporary space, contrasting from the industrial nature of the containers. The L- Shaped structure wraps around the pool area, giving each room a poolside view.
CONTAINER LAYOUT 20’ CONTAINER X 5 40’ CONTAINER X 3 FRONT VIEW
MAIN LEVEL The first level is composed of two 40â€™ containers and one 20â€™ container. The small container provides space for kitchen and living space that lead into the pool area.
the entry along with a small office and half bathroom. The larger containers are combined for the open concept
2 ND L E V E L The upper level is composed of four 20â€™ shipping containers, Consisting of two large Bedrooms with fullbathrooms. located on either wing of the house, Each room has a balcony overlooking the pool deck.
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In partnership with product design colleague, Alejandro Bataille, a fresh concept for the C-Hotel, located northeast of Milan, Italy, was devised. The existing outdoor space was reestablished into a lounge and reception desk that flows into the indoor lobby. Divided by an existing travertine wall, the interior was naturally divided into two uses; lounge/ library and juice bar/cafe. Materials and furniture were carefully selected from local Italian vendors to main the authentic concept of the small boutique hotel.
JUICE BAR & CAFE
SHARP METRO CAMPUS
SAN DIEGO, CA
Using existing exterior architecture, the interiors of the patient levels were designed from a single patient room. Working from the inside out, the patient floor was planned with the patient, family and staff in mind. Using warm, yet natural materials the environment is intended to make the patients and visitors feel more at home. The main level where the reception, lobby and cafeteria are located is designed to give a highend hospitality impression.
CORRIDORS SHEET VINYL
FAMILY WAITING CARPET TILES
PATIENT ROOM SHEET VINYL
PATIENT FLOOR The patient rooms were designed for maximum patient comfort and staff efficiency. Using a single handed pattern, to ensure consistentcy for staff, and a slanted patient wall, for viewing purposes. The racetrack plan contains the staff support in the center, including nurse stations with recognizable floor and drop ceiling elements and a large family
GROUND FLOOR The grand reception desk gives the feeling of luxury hospitality to welcome the patients and visitors. Beyond the reception, the lobby has a diverse range of seating, including a small cafe, childrenâ€™s play area, and mediation room. Adjacent to the reception desk is a large dining area complete with a cafeteria and juice bar.
FURNITURE DESIGN “…the light found its way through the aperture, but still remaining, an intricate shadow of refuge from the hot afternoon sun.”
7’W x 6’D x 6’7” H
LASER CUT SCREENS
ABAGAIL LEEPIN ABAGAIL.LEEPIN@YAHOO.COM