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alecia camp INTERIOR DESIGN PORTFOLIO


alecia camp CONTACT 2316 Chantilly Terrace, Oviedo, FL 32765 407.687.4258 campaj@mail.uc.edu

PORTFOLIO

www.issue.com/ aleciacamp

LINKEDIN

www.linkedin.com/in/ aleciacamp

EXPERIENCE EDG Interior Architecture + Design

Spring 2017 & Fall 2017 Design Intern responsible for communicating with vendors, assembling FF&E packages, selecting materials, creating palettes, furniture design, mill work details, presentations, and pin ups.

Wet’n Wild Orlando May 2016 - July 2016

Deep Water lifeguard at a water park responsible for the safety and enforcement of rules for patrons while operating the rides, providing guest service and being CPR and first aid trained.

McNeill Family Nanny July 2015 - August 2015 Cared for two children while parents were at work including meal preparation, lifeguarding, and transportation to practices.

EDUCATION University of Cincinnati

Cincinnati, OH School of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning B.S. of Interior Design | Class of 2020 GPA: 3.9

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Oviedo High School Oviedo, FL Class of 2015 Class Rank 6 of 560 GPA: 4.0


AWARDS

SERVICE

Deans List | Fall 2015, Spring 2016, Fall 2016 Cincinnatus Scholarship | 2015 - Present DAAP Scholarship | 2015, 2016 National Merit Special Scholarship | 2015 - Present OHS Interior Design Student of the Year | 2015 Seminole County Interior Design Competition Winner | 2015 La-Z-Boy Furniture Display | Spring 2015

Habitat for Humanity East Bay/ Silicon Valley | 2017 Girls on the Run 5K | 2015, 2016 Bearcat Recycling | 2016 Leu Gardens House | 2015

ACTIVITIES

INTERESTS

International Interior Design Association | 2016 - Present Traveling Club Water Polo Association | 2015-2016 Photography Alpha Lambda Delta Honor Society | 2016 - Present Coffee

SKILLS DIGITAL

Photoshop InDesign Illustrator Spexx

Auto CAD Rhino Grasshopper Shop Drawings

HAND

Sketching Model Making Material Palettes

ORGANIZATIONAL

Vendor Communication FF&E Packages Presentations


CONTENT ACADEMIC

PROFESSIONAL

BY HAND

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Film Institute Duration: 3 months Goal: film institute for downtown Cincinnati community Concept: served vs. service space Technical: Hand Drafting, Autocad, Indesign, Rhino, VRay, Photoshop & illustrator Experiencing film through layers, the concept of served vs. service space creates physical layers within the space. The solid layers occupy the service space of storage, restrooms, and vertical circulation. While the open space creates the program that is the public space that is in contrast to the solid layers.

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Film Institute | Fall 2016

Exterior Elevation


Layered Concept

Horizontal Circulation

Vertical Circulation


Etched Acrylic Site Model

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level 01

Film Institute | Fall 2016

level 02


Site Plan

Final Model

level 03

level 04


West Elevation

South Elevation

West Section

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South Section

Film Institute | Fall 2016


Sequential Perspectives


Live Well Collaborative Duration: 3 months Goal: to create a studio based office space for a studentbased design company Concept: dynamic connections through movement Technical: Revit, Photoshop, & Indesign Connections Within, explores the idea of transformable private, yet open studios while centered around interstitial space. The flow in and out through the intersections of space spark creativity and curiosity while the exploration of curves and transparency guides one through the space.

Concept Model | Connections Within | Dynamic Curviline

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Live Well Collaborative | Summer 2017


ear fabric limited by a linear path


Spatial Model | Layout of Space

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Live Well Collaborative | Summer 2017

Open Space Activated by C


Curved Walls

Dynamic Movement Through Ceiling and Walls


Materials Palette

Studio | Drop down ceiling defines zones & movable glass walls provide visual privacy options

Furniture Selections

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Live Well Collaborative | Summer 2017


Studio Collaboration | Smaller zones created within the space

Section | Semicircle felt on the exterior of the curved walls creates acoustical privacy


Floor Plan | Reflects fins to define space

Glow Plan | Defines movement within

Section | Interior cork walls provide pin-up space while outer curve provides acoustical privacy

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Live Well Office | Summer 2017


Open Collaboration| Interstitial space for creativity


6’ x 10’ Body Sketch of Spinning | Charcoal

FOLLY Duration: one month Goal: create a space that responds to the human body Concept: use angles that mimic motion of the body Technical: oak, mdf & nails Team: nine Role: concept ideation, models, + full scale build Scale: 8’ x 8’ x 8’ space BODY MOVEMENT sketches initiated the beginning angular polygons responding to the natural angles of the human body. Evolving from the initial form, 5 MDF and 2x4 oak rings straddle a center datum painted white creating a place to sit with the back angle giving lumbar support. Each ring forms a unique perspective and experience from lounging within to walking through responding.

6’ x 10’ Body Sketch of Rolling | Charcoal

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Folly | Spring 2016


Body sketch overlay on final construction


Model Iterations

Final Model

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Folly | Spring 2016


8’ x 8’ x 8’ Final Construction


URBAN HOTEL Concept: biomimicry design in an urban setting Contribution: selecting materials, fabrics, furnishings, arranging palettes, presentation, floor plans, shop drawings

Rendering For Reference

Technical: Autocad, Indesign, & Photoshop Firm: EDG Interior Architecture + Design Biomimicry inspired the materials, furniture and overall design of this 3 Meal restaurant. Three distinct zones of the urban, grove, and mountain divided up the space. The connection within each space comes from golden hues of the Aspen Grove Trees. I created a cohesive palette of materials, FF&E, and carpet design pulling out the copper and yellow accents in an overall natural design. Aspen Grove Inspiration

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EDG co-op Experience | Spring 2017


Materials Palette

Carpet Design


MILL WORK DETAILS Concept: focal Wall with reclaimed wine staves Contribution: updated elevation and drew all details Technical: Autocad Firm: EDG Interior Architecture + Design Material Elevation Located in the wine cave of a luxury hotel and residential development, this wall is constructed of wine staves (narrow strips of a barrel) with a metal frame, window into the kitchen, and stone drink rail. I was responsible for drawing the staves to scale and detail how the ends meet the window in the center and the edge of the wall.

Construction Details

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EDG co-op Experience | Fall 2017


Section

Materials Palette


RETRO DINING

Restaurant Bar

Concept: timeless comfort in modern life Contribution: updating materials, colors, shadows, details in renderings Technical: Photoshop Firm: EDG Interior Architecture + Design Two unique, but connected culinary concepts were integrated to create timeless comfort within the restaurant and lounge dining areas. The restaurant dining combined cool stone with rich olive hues, steel with warm wood forming a modern comfort. The lounge bar evoked the post WWII fashion with sleek metal contrasting plush curves. Collaborating with team members at EDG, I was responsible for updating the bar elevations.

Lounge Bar

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EDG co-op Experience | Fall 2017


Micron Ink & Watercolor

By Hand I continue to explore hand drawing techniques with ink, watercolor, and combining Rhino models with xylene transfers. I am currently working on hand rendering materials and perspectives with markers and colored pencils.

Rhino Model, Xylene Transfer, & Micron Ink

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By Hand | Spring + Fall 2016


Micron Ink & Watercolor

India Ink & Micron Ink


thank you campaj@mail.uc.edu | 407.687.4258

Alecia Camp Interior Design Portfolio  
Alecia Camp Interior Design Portfolio  
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