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INTERIOR DESIGN A K A N E M U I P O R T F O L I O


Wentworth Institute Of Technology

Bachelor of Science in Interior Design yim ling (akane) mui akanemui@gmail.com 617.888.0282 422 hancock St. #2 north quincy, ma 02171


RETAIL DESIGN Date: Summer 2010 Year: Senior

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CONFERENCE CENTER

Date: Spring 2010 Year: Senior

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OFFICE DESIGN Date: Summer 2009 Year: Junior

P.40-55

RESIDENTIAL DESIGN Date: Fall 2008 Year: Junior

P.56-71


TABLE OF CONTENTS RESTAURANT DESIGN

P.72-83

Date: Fall 2007 Year: Sophomore

RESTAURANT DESIGN

P.84-87

Date: Summer 2009 Year: Junior

PHOTOGRAPHY

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“DESIGN IS DIRECTED TOWARD HUMAN BEINGS. TO DESIGN IS TO SOLVE HUMAN PROBLEMS BY IDENTIFYING THEM AND EXECUTING THE BEST SOLUTION.” – Ivan Chermayeff


INTERIOR DESIGN – Retail Design – Conference Center – Office Design – Residential Design – Restaurant Design


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01 Parti Diagram 02 Bubble Diagram 03 Site Plan 04 Building Exterior 05 Entrance Elevation

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BLEUFORÊT

71 Newbury St., Boston, MA DATE : Summer 2010 MEDIA : Vectorworks 2008, Adobe PhotoShop CS4, Adobe Illustrator CS4 SIZE : 3400 Sq. Ft.

Public Alley

RETAIL DESIGN

The senior Directed Studies Studio is focused on designing a retail store for a French fashion brand—Bleuforêt. The brand offers a range of knitted fashion accessories, mainly hosiery items for men and women characterized by high quality materials and design, both elegant and contemporary. “Fine materials, innovation, fantastic style and the great care given to the sewing, make the different ranges of the very special Bleuforêt socks.” With such a distinctive image, the Bleuforêt store should be able to defend the idea of high quality hosiery shopping experience. The design idea is to conceive a luxury store with a hint of sexiness yet playful to encourage customers to explore the entire store.

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EL EV . MA CHINERY

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FIT T ING ROOM

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PUBL IC A L L EY

NEW BURY S T REET

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S T OCK A REA

BREA K A REA

MECHA NICA L ROOM

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S ECT IONA L PERSPECT IV E SCA L E: 1 / 4 " =1 ' -0 "

10 Sectional Perspective 11 Metal Tube Sketch 12 Wall Display Sketch 13 Wall Display Sketch 14 Wall Display Detail Sketch 13

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Different from the traditional way of displaying socks on stocking mannequins, the store features a special display system to showcase the textures and color of the merchandise. Over a hundreds of metal tubes warped with socks are attached on movable panels, customers will be able to feel and appreciate the merchandise’s high quality materials. Solid, smooth materials in natural color are used to highlight the warm, soft textures and color of the merchandise.

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15 Entrance Perspective 16 Wall Display Sketch 17 Platform Display Sketch 18 Entrance Perspective

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3 " DIA MET ER HA L F MET A L T UBE W A RPED BY HOS IERY

A raised platform with illuminated flooring is located in the back of the store to stimulate the customers’ intention to fully explore the entire store. A suspended metal curtain serving as a translucent screen covers half of the view to the platform. The customers’ viewing experience is further stimulated through exposing the lower view to the platform and forcing one to focus on other shoppers’ legs while browsing merchandise. The usage of metal curtain also helps to emphasize the sense of sexiness thought out the store and further encourage customers to explore the entire store.

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2 " B L A CK CONCRE T E

L E D L IGHT BAR 1 / 2 " W HIT E T RA NS L UCE NT RE S IN PA NE L

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25 Back Store Perspective 26 Stair Detail 27 Reflected Ceiling Plan

Break

Of f ic e

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L ED COV E L IGHT

RECES S ED DOWNL IGHT

RET URN A IR GRIL L

S US PENDED S PORT L IGHT

T RA CK L IGHT

CEIL ING MOUNT MET A L MES H

W A L L MA OUNT S PORT L IGHT

S UPPL Y A IR GRIL L

S US PENDED MET A L MES H

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28 Entrance Section 29 Back Store Section 30 Section 31 Platform Sectional Detail

L ED C OV E L IGHT

MA GNET BA R

S OCK W A RPED MET A L PIEC E

T HIN L ED L IGHT S T RIP

MET A L ROD 3 / 1 6 " MET A L MES H IN S IL V ER T IN FINIS H

PL A S T IC L A MINA T E

2 x 1 " MDF B OA RD L ED L IGHT B A R

G. W . B W IT H W HIT E PA INT

T RA NS PA RENT A CRYL IC FREE-S T A NDING DIS PL A Y

2 4 " x4 8 " GL A S S PA NEL @ 1 " T HICK NES S S UPPORT ED B Y S T A INL ES S U S T EEL FRA MING

1 1 / 2 " B ENT A CRYL IC PA NEL FA S T ENED A GA INS T W A L L W / S IL ICONE A DHES IV E

1 2 " x4 2 " EDGE IL L UMINA T ED L ED PA NEL

1 / 2 " CONCRET E S K IN POL IS HED FINIS H

8 " REINFORCE CONCRET E FL OOR W / POL IS HED FINIS H

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Central Kitchen 2000 sq ft

Laundry 2000 sq ft

4 Small Conference 2500 sq ft

Shipping/Receiving 500 sq ft

Basement Support Space Dining A 2000 sq ft

Dining B 1200 sq ft

2 Sm. Dining 800 sq ft

W.C. 400 sq ft

"Club Room"/Bar 800 sq ft

2 Prefunction/Conf. Foyer 1000 sq ft

Employee Locker Rm. 500 sq ft

Conf. Service Room 400 sq ft

Employee Dining 750 sq ft

Tech. Support 320 sq ft

Storage 200 sq ft 2 Multi-Purpose Conf. 1600 sq ft 4 Breakout Rooms 1200 sq ft 4 Refresh. Center Laundry Chute

Business Center 500 sq ft

Janitor

24 Guest Rooms 10000 sq ft

Elevator Lobby 120 sq ft

2 Coat Storage 200 sq ft

W.C. 400 sq ft

3 Storage Rooms 600.25 sq ft

Sm. Amphitheater 1000 sq ft

Service Core 840 sq ft

Waiting 120 sq ft

Lg. Amphitheater 2000 sq ft

Security 200 sq ft

Soda/Ice

Louge

Conf. Room 200 sq ft Misc. Storage 200 sq ft

Reception 150 sq ft

Dressing Area 400 sq ft Tel. + W.C. 120 sq ft

Secretary 120 sq ft

Entrance Facilities

Office 150 sq ft

Admin. / Facil. Mgmt.

Lobby 1500 sq ft Concierge 120 sq ft

Conference Facilities

Mail/Office Supplies 200 sq ft

Lobby Shop 200 sq ft Whirlpool 500 sq ft

LEGEND Workroom/Coffee 500 sq ft

Business Center

Weight Room 750 sq ft

Accommodations Office 120 sq ft

General Manager 180 sq ft

Entrance

Sales Manager 150 sq ft

Dir. of Sales 150 sq ft

Dir. of Conf. Planning 150 sq ft

Director of I.T. 150 sq ft

Program Relationship Diagram Scale: 1'-0"=1/16"

01 8 Floors Parti Diagrams 02 Program Relationship Diagram 03 Building Parti Diagram 04 Program Relationship Section 05 Building Exterior 01 P. 20

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Dining Facilites Support Spaces Fitness Center Service Core

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360 Conference Center

360 Newbury St., Boston, MA DATE : Spring 2010 MEDIA : Vectorworks 2008, Adobe PhotoShop CS4, Adobe Illustrator CS4 SIZE : 111,400 Sq. Ft.

C O N F E R E C N E D I N I N G

AC C O M M O DAT I O N S

GYM ENTRANCE+ADMIN. S U P P O R T

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CONFERENCE CENTER

360 Conference Center is Located in the intersection of Newbury St. and Mass. Ave. In 1989, the building was renovated by architect Frank Gehry who’s been famous by his style of Deconstructivism. The function of a conference center is to provide a place for companies or organizations to conduct conferences. Patrons who are going to use the facility will be staying inside the facility for a long period of time during the day. In order to provide patrons a better conferencing experience, the design concept is to focusing on bringing in the nature thorough out the interior spaces. By walking through the spaces, patrons will have a change to exploring the elements of nature without stepping out of the building. Indoor “green wall”, artificial sunlight, and organic shapes will be used in order to achieve this idea. Though the various cutouts on each floor, the building became a living organism like a tree with its irregular shape.

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T RA NS L UCENT B L OCK ING MET A L CA P 1 / 2 " RES IN PA NEL L ED L IGHT

GREEN W A L L T OP CA P DET A IL S CA L E: 1 1 / 2 " = 1 ' -0 " 08 RES IN PA NEL T OP W A T ER S UPPL Y T UB E 3 / 4 " POL YS T YRENE ( FOA MB OA RD) S T A INL ES S S T EEL CROS S B A R 3 / 4 " S T A INL ES S S T EEL FRA ME 1 1 / 4 " PHENOL IC RES IN FOA M ( FL ORA L FOA M)

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GREEN W A L L DET A IL S CA L E: 1 1 / 2 " = 1 ' -0 " 09

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Cooking A rea

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L g. A mphit heat er Comput er Room 2 0 1 sq ft

T ec h. S upport 3 0 3 sq ft

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55 Typical Guest Room Perspective 56 Typical Guest Room Elevation 1 57 Typical Guest Room Elevation 2 58 Typical Guest Room Elevation 3 59 Bed Headboard Cover Material 60 Bedding Fabric 61 Glass Bean Wallcovering 62 Typical Guest Room Elevation 4 63 Typical Guest Room Plan P. 37


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L ED L IGHT

MB OA RD)

ROUND EDGE S OFT FIL L FA B RIC MET A L Z-CL IPS

64 Typical Guest Room Chair 65 Typical Guest Room Table 66 Typical Guest Room Headboard Detail 67 Typical Guest Room Desk Lamp 68 Counter Material 69 Curtain Material 70 Typical Guest Room Perspective

PL YW OOD BA CK ING 2 " A COUS T IC INS UL A T ION

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2 L A YERS 1 / 2 " G.W .B . EA CH S IDE

GUES T ROOM HEA DBOA RD DET A IL S CA L E: 1 1 / 2 " = 1 ' -0 " P. 38

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C & C Attorney at Law

183-241 Crescent Street, Waltham, MA

DATE : Summer 2009 MEDIA : Vectorworks 2008, Adobe PhotoShop CS4, Adobe Illustrator CS4 SIZE : 23,000 Sq. Ft.

OFFICE RETAIL DESIGN

Built around 1850, the Waltham Watch Factory is characterized by a series of narrow wings with arch windows along the red bricks walls in order to maximize daylight for the production of watches. The challenge of this assignment was to design a 2 level law firm within the complex. Due to the historical value of the Watch Factory complex, the intention of this law firm design is to create a relationship between the exterior and the interior of the building. Circular, rectangular and U shaped furnitures are used to emphasize the window shapes of the existing building. Low workstation partitions are used to maximize daylight and to recreate the scene of the old watch factory. Casual meeting areas through out the space are provided to promote collaboration among colleagues. In contrast to the solid walls of the existing building, millworks will be suspended off the floor to create a sense of free flow.

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FLOOR PLAN - 6TH FLOOR NORTH

FLOOR PLAN - 6TH FLOOR SOUTH

PHONE & NETWORK

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R2

1/2" ACRYLIC PANEL

3/4" WHITE LACQUERED PLYWOOD 1" ACRYLIC PANEL 3" CUT OUT FOR ELECTRICAL WIRING

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2'3"

3/6"

DRAWER

CHROME SUPPORTS WITH FINISH CAPS

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LED LIGHT STRIP METAL VEENER

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18 Reception Desk Front Elevation R3 19 Reception Desk Side Elevation R4 20 Storage Blind Material 21 Reception Desk Back Elevation R5 22 Reception Desk Section R1 23 Reception Desk Plan View 24 Reception Desk Side Elevation R2

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0.157" C arbon F iber T read S ecured Locking P ortion

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Laminated G las s with P V B Interlayers

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25 Carbon Fiber Stair Tread Detail 26 Carbon Fiber Staircase 27 Carbon Fiber Staircase Material 28 Workstation Mobile Storage 29 Workstation Structure Detail 30 Workstation Axonometrics 31 Carbon Fiber Staircase Perspective

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1 1/2"

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32 Typical Partner Office Perspective 33 Typical Partner Office Plan 34 Partner Office Guest Chair 35 Partner Office Chair 36 Partner Office Credenza

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37 Typical Partner Office Elevation P1 38 File Tower Blind Material 39 Typical Partner Office Elevation P2 40 Typical Partner Office Elevation P3 41 File Tower 42 Typical Partner Office Perspective

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01 8th Floor Building Plan 02 Bubble Diagram 03 7th Floor Building Plan 04 Building Exterior

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FP3 LOFT

346 Congress St., Boston, MA DATE : Fall 2008 MEDIA : Vectorworks 2008, Adobe PhotoShop CS4 SIZE : 30,000 Sq. Ft.

RESIDENTIAL DESIGN

Located in Boston’s Fort Point neighborhood right next to the Boston Fire Museum is FP3, a loft building designed by Hakim + Associates. The building itself is a combination of two existing masonry structure buildings with a two level steel framed extension. The first challenge of this assignment was to layout eight units including three penthouses which required square footage within the two level extension. Another challenge was to design a home within one of the three penthouse units for a young professional couple. On top of this challenge, a requirement of nature related concept was asked for further development.

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05 Unit Isometric View 06 8th Floor Plan 07 8th Floor Grid 08 8th Floor Grid 09 7th Floor Plan

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The final concept was to focus on the relationship between daytime and nighttime human activities, inspired from images of different times of the day within a wood. The unit is divided into two parts distinguished by different activities along the day. The lower level of the unit resembles the energized activities within a wood when the sun is up. It is where all the gathering events are going to take place. A semi enclosed dining area is located in the middle of the living room adjacent to both the open kitchen and the lounge area. Warm and earth tone colors are used on this level to emphasize the idea of energized activities. Moving up along the suspended staircase is the upper level of the penthouse where the master bedroom and a workspace with a small library are located. It was meant to resemble to how the atmosphere becomes calm and relaxed at night within the wood. Earth tone colors such as gray and black are used on this level to tie in the idea of calmness and relaxation during the night. Along with the abstract concept, a nine-square grid is used to layout the floor plans on both levels.


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Mas t er Bat hroom

Mirror S liding Door

L ounge S eat ing

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19 19 Unit Section 20 Living Room Perspective

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22 21 Master Bedroom Perspective 22 Unit Section

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23 Master Bathroom Plan 24 Master Bathroom Elevation 1 25 Master Bathroom Elevation 1 26 Master Bathroom Perspective

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Mirror S liding Door

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27 Workspace Perspective 28 Furniture 29 Image of Inspiration 30 Furniture 31 Materials

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01 Building Exterior 02 Bubble Diagram 03 Model 04 Arch Faรงade

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DATE : Fall 2007 MEDIA : Vectorworks 12.5, Adobe PhotoShop CS2, Adobe Illustrator CS2 SIZE : 3,500 Sq. Ft.

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The assignment was to design a small restaurant within a renovated train viaduct in Paris, France— Viaduct des Arts. The challenge of this assignment was the limitation of concept idea, which must be related to trains, travel and transportation. As a result, with a research study based on French train travel history, the concept was settled on recreating the various moments of train traveling. While entering the restaurant, patrons will immediately feel like entering the body of a train cart at the restaurant’s waiting area and exit it while walking toward the main dining area. The area is served as a destination of a train travel trip; it was designed to mimic the idea that patrons have to leave the train in order to reach the destination of their trips. A back dining area is created to provide a more intimate dining experience similar to sitting in a train cart with one’s close friends. Above the enclosed private dining is the mezzanine space where a bar is located. In order to enter the bar area, patrons have to walk through a path on top of the waiting area train cart-like structure. The idea is to reflect the planted promenade on top of the viaduct where patrons can further appreciate the arch structure of the building.

RESTAURANT DESIGN

THE MEMONT

Viaduc des Arts, Paris, France

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Bar

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16 Section 2 17 Model Made with Chipboard 18 Materials

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01 03 01 Existing Condition (Entrance) 02 Existing Condition (Interior) 03 Entrance View 04 Banner Design 05 Logo Design 06 Counter View 02

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RICE BOWL ASIAN KITCHEN

3103 Cranberry Hwy., E. Wareham, MA

DATE : Fall 2009 MEDIA : Vectorworks 2008, Adobe PhotoShop CS4, Adobe Illustrator CS4 SIZE : 2500 Sq. Ft.

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RESTAURANT DESIGN

A family owned restaurant located in Wareham, MA. The design concept was to create a special dining experience with an open kitchen design. It allowed a direct visual connection between the kitchen and the dining area, where customers are able to watch the action inside the kitchen.

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07 Dining Area Perspective 08 Floor Plan with Legend

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TOTAL AREA=2500 SQ FT CEILING HEIGHT=9'10" SCALE: 1'-0" = 1/8"

RICE BOWL CHINESE RESTAURANT FURNITURE & EQUIPMENT PLAN 3103 CRANBERRY HWY, EAST WAREHAM, MA 02538

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ILLUMINATED EMERGENCY EXIT SIGN

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72 X 32 SALAD UNIT

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36 X 40 TABLE

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120 X 36 PREP. TABLE

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COUNTER TOP

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60 X 32 PREP. TABLE

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24 x 24 GRIDDLE

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VENTILATION HOOD SYSTEM

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32 X 36 STEAM TABLE

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24 x 24 SMOKE HOUSE

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48 X 32 PREP. TABLE

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12 X 72 CUTTING BOARD

21" RICE COOKER ON 24 X 24 TABLE HAND SINK

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24 X 42 SEATING 60 X 36 SODA COOLER

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CASHIER COUNTER

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60 X 24 PREP. TABLE

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60 X 16 PREP. TABLE

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88 X 16 PREP. TABLE

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139 X 45 STOVE

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3 GAS FLOOR FRYERS

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24 X 36 INFRARED BROILER ON TOP OF #16 AND #17

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108 X 30 3 BAY SINK

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MOP SINK

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EMERGENCY LIGHTING EXISTING NEW E

ILLUMINATED EMERGENCY EXIT SIGN W/ LIGHTING

WALK-IN COOLER

WALK-IN FREEZER

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“LIFE IS YOUR ART. AN OPEN, AWARE HEART IS YOUR CAMERA. A ONENESS WITH YOUR WORLD IS YOUR FILM. YOUR BRIGHT EYES AND EASY SMILE IS YOUR MUSEUM.” – Ansel Adams


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contact info akanemui@gmail.com 617.888.0282

422 hancock St. #2 north quincy, ma 02171


Akane Mui Interior Design Portfolio  

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