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alexandra theofanidis portfolio


BIO

Design transcends how we experience the world around us and the only way to successfully speak to people through the built environment is to give society something to talk about.

“We

shape our buildings, and afterwards,

our buildings shape us.�

-Winston Churchill


(m.) metanya

RETAIL

HOSPTIALITY

GLDFNCH a museum hotel

Orthopedic Care Clinic

HEALTHCARE

CONTRACT

FURNITURE DESIGN

COMPETITION SUBMITTALS

SIMPLIFIED FORM

Student Booth Competition sponsored by

PORTFOLIO| Table of Contents


RETAIL

(m.) metanya

metanoia

(n.) the journey of changing one’s mind, heart, self, or way of life.

A lifestyle brand that strives to change the societal habits of fast fashion by introducing timeless well made pieces at affordable prices. It encourages the public to understand that sustainable and fairtrade fashion can help more than the environment.

the collection

the coat the blouse the jean the tee the shoe


a entrance view to the vertical garden feature RETAIL | metanya


3. 10.

11.

6.

c project program

4. 12.

1. juice bar 2. first floor display 3. dressing rooms 4. visual merchandise display 5. shoe salon 6. back of house 7. restrooms 8. check out 9. second floor display 10. in-house tailoring space 11. pop-up station 12. seating area

d

9.

3.

7.

second floor plan

b

1.

7.

6.

sketch studies

8.

A

As the location is in a classic cast iron Soho building, I wanted to exentuate the treasured architecture that is true to the building and to create a harmonious interior with the brand and the exisiting elements

A a 2. 4.

3.

5.

first floor plan

iron detail to balance with original columns level 02

building facade with customized windows displays level 01 section cut a

RETAIL | metanya


ff&e vignette

Incorporating natural materials such as treated leather and wrought iron.

Inspired by the Gropius House in Lincoln, MA. Walter Gropius repurposed mass produced materials in a completely new way. ie half chrome bulbs in the bathrooms.

exposed painted bricks

exsiting cast iron

plush blush velvet

dark walnut wood

b check out counter

c customized visual merchandise display

RETAIL | metanya


d

2nd

floor changing room and pop up display on right

RETAIL | metanya


HOSPITALITY

GLDFNCH a museum hotel

public spaces

a museum hotel that navigates visitors though finely curated spaces that

creating moments with art...

A boutique hotel inspired by Donna Tartt’s dickensian novel The Goldfinch, which surrounds the journey of Carel Fabritius’ “The Goldfinch”stolen painting and the misfortune of Theo Decker’s life after he loses his mother in a terrorist attack.

HOSPITALITY | the GLDFNCH

a Tteila

by Lygia Pape


a

1 hotel lobby HOSPITALITY | the GLDFNCH


finely curarted art installations that create moments

b

b

Face in the Mirror

by Ron Gilad

2a bathroom installation view

2b

A

A

2a

2b hotel lounge

1

first floor plan

HOSPITALITY | the GLDFNCH

section cut

A


A

A

3

4

first floor plan | 5,000 sqft

c

Suspension c

by Louise Bourgeois juxtaposing different decorative styles to create a harmonious composition 4 parlor reading corner

bell table 2012

3 parlor seating area

17th C. fauteuil (with a twist)

Kagan sofa 1980s

HOSPITALITY | the GLDFNCH


HOSPITALITY

GLDFNCH a museum hotel

executive suite

creating moments with art... G

jesus leguizamo

washington street New york, New York Bogota, Colombia

promotional ad for temporary exhibitions

HOSPITALITY | the GLDFNCH


1 entry foyer

HOSPITALITY | the GLDFNCH


creating moments...

not only with the art but also with the furniture

skram | chest on stand

boca do lobo | diamond emerald sideboard

boca do lobo | heritage sideboard

b

a

b UNTITLED

OLED

Jesus Leguizamo

Black Body

a

c

A

1

floor plan

HOSPITALITY | the GLDFNCH

S-CURVE

Anish Kapoor

SOLAR COMPRESSION

Olufar Ellisssan

3 d

section cut a

d

4

2

2 executive suite seating area

c

A


Voutsa wallpaper

herringbone flooring

negro portoro marble

handcrafted wallpaper

e

3 kitchenette

& dining

4 master bed

& en

suite

e

The Goldfinch

Carel Fabritius

HOSPITALITY | the GLDFNCH


HEALTHCARE

Orthopedic Care Clinic outpatient orthopedic clinic that facilitate 5 doctors with: 13 exam rooms 2 imaging rooms a minor operation room a physical therapy clinic

HEALTHCARE | OCC


1 entry view of cooridor

& reception HEALTHCARE | OCC


the symbol of balance gave life to my design and provided optimal circulation

FF&E |modern & ergonomic PROGRAMMING

15.

14.

18.

23. 22.

A

A

1. 13.

2.

15.

16.

12.

a 3. 19.

8. 4. 5.

9.

17.

10.

b

11. 7.

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20.

6. 21.

b minor or

/

floor plan | 10,000 sqft treatment room

HEALTHCARE | OCC

1. entry 2. waiting are 3. reception 4. admin/surgery scheduling 5. PT reception 6. PT gym 7. PT admin 8. center atrium 9. acupuncture room 10. ADA bathroom 11. imaging room 12. consultaton room 13. wheel chair storage 14. restrooms 15. exam rooms 16. casting room 17. minor OR 18. conference room 19. bullpen/offices 20. break room 21. private offices 22. recovery room 23. check out reception 24. check out waiting room


a physical therapy treatment and gym durabale, anti microbial and resilient materals

section cut

A

wood-like resilient flooring

roppe cork flooring

recycled vinyl tile

kravet smart vinyl

HEALTHCARE | OCC


CONTRACT

office fit out for a non-profit of our choosing

“Human Rights First is an independent advocacy and action organization that challenges America to live up to its ideals.”

This space strives to change the social norms of the “open space” work environments and instead create a productive workplace with quiet and collaborative areas based on a study in the Harvard Business Review.

CONTRACT | Human Rights First


1 lobby reception

CONTRACT | Human Rights First


[Collaborative vs. Quiet] Division of space with glass partitions and drop ceiling to encourage collaboration and to optimize an efficient work enviornment

2

4

1

A

A 3

floor plan | 5,000 sqft

2 workspace corridor

CONTRACT | Human Rights First

3 kitchen and dining space


materials

&

furniture

Smeg Retro Mini Fridge

4 multi-purpose

& board

room entry

Arne Jacobsen Swan Chair

Bernhardt Mitt Chair

Herman Miller Sayl Task Chair

ada bathroom

section cut a

CONTRACT | Human Rights First


FURNITURE DESIGN

SIMPLIFIED FORM

a furniture collection inspired by traditional and contemporary ceramic forms. Embracing the pure gerometry to create simplified and abstract pieces.


UPHOLSTERED LEATHER SHELL UPHOLSTERED LEATHER SHELL

UPHOLSTERED LEATHER SHELL UPHOLSTERED LEATHER SHELL

WHITE OPAQUE BACKED GLASS FACADE WHITE OPAQUE BACKED GLASS FACADE

5

BRUSHED BRASS PULL HANDLES BRUSHED BRASS PULL HANDLES

5

WHITE OPAQUE GLASS BACKED FACADE WHITE OPAQUE GLASS BACKED FACADE

1 5

1

5

BRUSHED BRASS

5

BRUSHED BRASS CURVED LEGS BRUSHED BRASS CURVED LEGS

2

SECTION CUT

SECTION CUT PICKLED OAK 2 SHELF

WHITE OPAQUE GLASS BACKED FACADE

4"

PULL HANDLES exploded axonometric

MI_KY #1

5

1

WHITE OPAQUE BACKED GLASS FACADE

5

PICKLED OAK BASE

1

BRUSHED BRASS PULL HANDLES

2

PICKLED OAK SHELF

2' 2' 5' 3'-4"

9 7/8" 9 7/8" FRONT ELEVATION DIMENSIONED

7 1/2"

7 1/2" 4" 3" 7 1/2" WHITE OPAQUE BACKED GLASS FACADE 5

SECTION CUT

3 3

6"

UPHOLSTERED LEATHER SHELL

UPHOLSTERED LEATHER SHELL

SECTION CUT

5

BRUSHED BRASS PULL HANDLES

HARDWARE DETAIL

9 7/8" 9 7/8" 9 7/8" 9 7/8" 9 7/8" 9 7/8" 9 7/8" 9 7/8" 2

2'

HARDWARE DETAIL

WHITE OPAQUE GLASS BACKED FACADE

PICKLED OAK SHELF

BRUSHED BRASS CURVED LEGS

6" 6"

BRUSHED BRASS CURVED LEGS

3

2'

UPHOLSTERED LEATHER SHELLBRASS BRUSHED CURVED LEGS

WHITE OPAQUE GLASS BACKED FACADE

3"

BRUSHED BRASS CURVED LEGS

FRONT ELEVATION ANNOTATED

FRONT ELEVATION ANNOTATED

5' 3'-4"

5' 5' 3'-4" 3'-4"

PICKLED OAK BASE

UPHOLSTERED LEATHER SHELL

HARDWARE DETAIL

HARDWARE DETAIL

BRUSHED BRASS CURVED LEGS BRUSHED BRASS CURVED LEGS

PICKLED OAK BASE PICKLED OAK BASE FRONT ELEVATION ANNOTATED

FRONT ELEVATION ANNOTATED

4" 3" 4" 3"

UPHOLSTERED LEATHER SHELL

UPHOLSTERED LEATHER SHELL

WHITE OPAQUE BACKED GLASS FACADE

PICKLED OAK SHELF PICKLED OAK SHELF

BRUSHED BRASS CURVED LEGS

FRONT ELEVATION DIMENSIONED

FRONT ELEVATION DIMENSIONED

4

7 1/2"

4

9 7/8" 9 7/8" 4

PLAN VIEW

PLAN VIEW

PICKLED OAK BASE

BRUSHED BRASS CURVED LEGS 2

PLAN VIEW FRONT ELEVATION ANNOTATED 1

SECTION CUT

5' 3'-4" FURNITURE DESIGN | Mi_Ky 01


COMPEITION

IIDA Student Booth Competition sponsored by te a m s u bmi s s i on


C O N C E P T // v i g n e t t e s

25’ - 0”

As the leading association for commercial design, IIDA

well as the backdrops for the spotlit shadow intrigue

provides a round table for individuals cross the world

to entice the visitor to gain more interest as they travel

in the interior design industry to discuss, learn and

through the whole space. Our furniture choices by Vitra

enhance their careers. As we embarked on our design

also spoke to the concept. The design has both a casual

for the IIDA booth at Orgatec our first objective was

seating arrangement and a more collaborative discussion

to highlight the mission of IIDA.The concept of our

base layout with a black board, which provided two

design is to encourage interaction and collaboration

positions for engagement and collaboration.

A

heightened by visual intrigue. We wanted the design to

discuss and learn from each other. Our initial question was how can we successfully bring a visitor through

B

4

enhance the experience of the booth as well as provide a platform for visitors to learn more about IIDA and

2

3

1 2 ’- 0 ” 1

g reet i n g con s ol e

2

i nfom at i on feat u re

3

l ou n ge

3

col l a b orat i on s p a ce

C

the 300 square foot space and not just have them stop at the entrance. We used sheer weighted cloth in two different way to create a solution to our question. They provided an element to weave through the booth as

1

A floor plan

we st e l evatio n

ea st e l evat i o n

COMPETITIONS | IIDA at Orgatecc


F4

F2

ch al k b o ard

F1

S TA N D A R D S P

F2

TA B L E S O LVAY

F3

RUG VITRA TEXTILE

F4

A110 PENDANT

F5

E60 STOOL

F6

VISIONA STOOL

F7

AMOEBE

F8

C O R K FA M I LY

F9

B U T T E R F LY S T O O L

F10

ARTEK A910

F11

M B E M O B I L E P E D E S TA L

F12

WOODEN DOLLS

F12 F1

F3

F11

custo m greeting cons ole

F5

F10 F6

F7

axonometric cu stom infomation featu re F8

F9

n o rt h e l evat i o n COMPETITIONS | IIDA at Orgatecc


Alexandra Theofanidis Portfolio  
Alexandra Theofanidis Portfolio  

Inteiror design graduate student work from New York School of Interior Design

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