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ABIGAIL DUFAULT INTERIOR DESIGN TECHNOLOGIST


CONTACT INFORMATION


CONCEPTUAL WORK DESIGN PROCESS COMPUTER APPLICATIONS PRESENTATION


BUBBLE DIAGRAMS

Both hand-rendered and computerdrawn, these bubble diagrams were created to show separation of public & private spaces, as well as to visually show connectivity between spaces.


OFFICE OF THE DIRECTOR

HEALTH & SAFETY

OPERATIONS & DEVELOPMENT

LEGAL FIELD OPERATIONS

PLANNING & SCHEDULING

CORPORATE COMMUNICATIONS

TECHNICAL

TRAVEL & INFRASTRUCTURE

ACCOUNTING & CONTRACTS

OIL & GAS

ELECTRICAL & POWER

ESTIMATING

PROJECT CONTROLS

PROCUREMENT

CONSTRUCTION

This bubble diagram was designed for a Facilities assignment. We were to separate the departments of an engineering firm and distinguish the various departments that collaborated.

This bubble diagram was created for a Design project. We were to clearly show the separation of public and private spaces in a community centre.


MOOD BOARDS

Used to show theme and concept, these mood boards are from a variety of projects, all a part of Design classes.


ABIGAIL DUFAULT | INDT2320-X01 | SEPT. 22.2017 | COMMUNITY CENTER MOOD BOARD

This mood board was created for the Wildrose Community Centre project in our third semester. I chose the word Aramente as my concept, an Ashari Elvish word meaning Noble Odyssey.


MOOD BOARDS

This mood board was created for a condo-hotel project in our first semester. The theme Murasakino means “purple� in Japanese, which was the base of the color choices for this project.


This mood board was created for an Indian restaurant project in our last semester’s Design class. I wanted to use the vibrant colors found in Indian culture and integrate the spices their food is so well-known for.


CONCEPTUAL WORK DESIGN PROCESS COMPUTER APPLICATIONS PRESENTATION


SCHEMATIC TO LOOSE PLAN

These two drawings show my process from a schematic plan to a loose plan for an advertising firm’s office space, a project done in our last semester.


SMALL MEETING ROOM

RECEPTION, GALLERY, + ADMIN

LARGE MEETING ROOM

GENERAL STAFF + COFFEE ROOM

STORAGE

LARGE CLUSTER SPACE

EQUIPMENT STORAGE

CREATIVE DIRECTOR

FINANCE OFFICER

PRINCIPAL

FINANCE SUPPORT

TEAM CLUSTER SPACE

TEAM CLUSTER SPACE

This schematic plan was completed in AutoCAD following instructor input on circulation and the programming brief provided.

OPEN OFFICE

TEAM CLUSTER SPACE

FFICE SCHEMATIC BLOCK PLAN SCALE: 3/32" = 1'-0"

SMALL MEETING ROOM

This loose plan was completed in AutoCAD following industry critiques and lectures.

RECEPTION, GALLERY, + ADMIN

LARGE MEETING ROOM

JANUARY 18, 2018

STAFF + COFFEE ROOM

FINANCE OFFICER

GENERAL PRINCIPAL

OFFICE LOOSE PLAN

TEAM CLUSTER SPACE

LARGE ABIGAIL DUFAULT CLUSTER INDT 2420-X02 SPACE

STORAGE

FINANCE SUPPORT

EQUIPMENT STORAGE

TEAM CLUSTER SPACE

TEAM CLUSTER SPACE

CREATIVE DIRECTOR


SCHEMATIC TO FLOORPLAN TO RCP

These drawings were completed in AutoCAD for an Indian restaurant project in the last semester’s Design class. My focus was to ensure the RCP directly corresponded to the floorplan, and keeping the spaces consistent with the schematic plan.


Schematic Plan - completed in AutoCAD and Adobe Acrobat

Furniture Plan - completed in AutoCAD

Reflected Ceiling Plan - completed in AutoCAD


CONCEPTUAL WORK DESIGN PROCESS COMPUTER APPLICATIONS PRESENTATION


FLOORPLAN

This floorplan was completed for a construction documents class in third semester. We were to design the furniture layout, floor finishes, and create various schedules along with sections details for Branch Energy.


BOARDROOM OFFICE

OFFICE

OFFICE

OFFICE

OFFICE

WORKSTATION

RECEPTION

OFFICE

OFFICE

OFFICE

MAIL ROOM OFFICE

WOMEN'S WASHROOM BISTRO

OFFICE WORKSTATION

LAN MEN'S WASHROOM

JANITOR OFFICE

STORAGE

INTERIOR STAIR

WORKSTATION

OFFICE

OFFICE

OFFICE

OFFICE

MEETING ROOM

OFFICE

OFFICE

OFFICE

FILE ROOM

OFFICE

OFFICE

Floor Plan - completed in AutoCAD

OFFICE

OFFICE

OFFICE

OFFICE

OFFICE

OFFICE


DEMO FLOORPLAN TO NEW FLOORPLAN

These floorplans were from the Churchill Bathroom project in our second semester. We were to create a demolition plan, and then design a new space within the constraints given. These two plans show how the space changed from one phase to the next.


W.I.C ENSUITE

Floor Plan - completed in AutoCAD Demolition Plan - completed in AutoCAD 1

CHURCHILL BATHROOM DEMOLITION PLAN

ENSUITE

1

CHURCHILL BATHROOM NEW PLAN


These spread shows construction drawing elevations of various spaces, done throughout the course of the Interior Design Technology program. They indicate sections shown on other sheets within the drawing sets, and finish tags.

ELEVATIONS

Churchill Bathroom Sink and Shower Elevation - completed in AutoCAD


Branch Energy Reception Desk Elevation - completed in AutoCAD Fischer Residence Kitchen Millwork Elevation - completed in AutoCAD


Churchill Bathroom Part-Height Wall Detail - completed in AutoCAD

SECTIONS & DETAILS These sections are from various construction projects over the course of the Interior Design Technology program. They show detailing elements of construction along with material hatches.


Fischer Residence Island Section - completed in AutoCAD

Branch Energy Part-Height Wall Section - completed in AutoCAD


COLUMN DETAILS

These are some examples of column details done for both round and square columns. They include material hatching and detailed notations.


Square Column Detail - completed in AutoCAD Round Column Detail - completed in AutoCAD


CUSTOM DETAILING

These drawings were for a detailing assignment from our third semester. We were instructed to locate a commercial location with a complicated feature wall and create accurate construction drawings for it. These were details from a feature wall at Yorica, a vegan ice cream parlour in London, England.

Yorica Shelf Bracket Section - completed in AutoCAD 6

SHELF ATTACHMENT DETAIL


Yorica Feature Wall Section - completed in AutoCAD

Yorica Bulkhead Detail - completed in AutoCAD


CONCEPTUAL WORK DESIGN PROCESS COMPUTER APPLICATIONS PRESENTATION


WILDROSE COMMUNITY CENTRE

This was a design class project in our third semester. We were to create a community centre that was inclusive and accessible to the whole community. I chose Aramente as my concept, an Ashari Elvish word meaning Noble Odyssey. The color choices and circular features are indicative of coming full circle throughout a journey at this centre.


Hub Perspective- completed in SketchUp, IRender and Photoshop

Rendered Floorplan - completed in SketchUp and Photoshop

Reception Perspective - completed in SketchUp, IRender, and Photoshop


X-BANK WEALTH MANAGEMENT INC.

This was a rendering assignment for a computer class in our third semester. We were to build a bank in SketchUp, then render it first through IRender, then in Photoshop.


Teller Perspective - completed in SketchUp, IRender, and Photoshop ATM Elevation - completed in SketchUp, IRender, and Photoshop


SKETCHUP RENDERINGS

These renderings are from different assignments in our third semester. They were both rendered from SketchUp models, first through IRender, and then in Photoshop.


Xactly Advertising Open Office Perspective - completed in SketchUp, IRender, and Photoshop

Infinite Threads Kiosk Perspective - completed in SketchUp, IRender, and Photoshop


SKETCHUP RENDERINGS

This rendering was done for a friend. He designed his basement renovation in SketchUp, and I rendered it first through IRender, then in Photoshop.


REVIT RENDERING

This rendering was done in the Autodesk Cloud through Revit. I designed the whole bar area, including the furniture, light fixtures, and finishes.


STOLLERY CHILREN’S AMBULATORY CLINIC

These renderings were done for the Stollery Children’s Ambulatory Clinic group project. These spaces were the ones I was assigned to, and were rendered first through the Autodesk Cloud through Revit, then in Photoshop.


Large Consultation Room Perspective - completed in SketchUp, IRender, and Photoshop

Standard Consultation Room Perspective - completed in SketchUp, IRender, and Photoshop


Portfolio by Abigail Dufault  

Design and Construction Document portfolio

Portfolio by Abigail Dufault  

Design and Construction Document portfolio

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