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INTERIOR DESIGN selected works 2018

index 1 index & biography 2-3 king cafe 4-5 elementour 6-7 clifton library 8-9 resume

BIO I am an ambitious second year Interior Design student at Miami University pursuing a Bachelor of Fine Arts. I am interested in commericial and residential design and plan to work in the Cleveland, Ohio area after I graduate in May of 2020. I demonstrate strong leadership skills through serving on the Student Advisory Council for the Interior Design program at Miami University and on the cabinet of my Sorority while maintaining a 3.8 GPA. I am proficient in Adobe Creative Suite, AutoCad, Revit, Sketchup, and Microsoft Office. I am currently seeking a unique and challenging internship in an Interior Design or Architecture firm for the summer of 2018 to grow my skills and talents in the field.

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K I N G cafĂŠ The king cafĂŠ addition will be an accessible, trendy, and social transitional area from off campus to on campus with interesting geometries and plenty of spaces to facilitate interaction.

NORTH ELEVATION

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DEGREES OF ENCLOSURE

ENCLOSED

FLOOR PLAN ENCLOSED

PARTIALLY ENCLOSED

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PARTIALLY ENCLOSED

OPEN

PARTIALLY ENCLOSED

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OPEN

WEST ELEVATION

PARTI DIAGRAM

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My design studio stems from the four elements that make up our planet: fire, water, earth, and air, hense the name Elementour Design. It was important to me to go back to nature when creating this design, but still incorporate a the modernity of today’s style. The exterior is made up of four main components, just like our earth is made up of the four elements. Plants and greenery inspired my color scheme, while fire inspired my lighting. Water influenced the flow and circulation of my floor plan, as it is extremely open and accessible; one can easily move from room to room. I incorporated large windows and high ceilings because I wanted air flow to always be circulating in and out of the building; the studio should never feel stagnant so the designers are inspired to continue moving along with their work. The shape of the floor plan resembles an “E” in order to incorporate my brand into the design.


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FLOOR PLAN

Public Space

Semi-Private Space

Private Space

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CLIFTON

LIBRARY

Clifton Library aims to provide visitors with a cinematic experience as they move throughout the space. The inteior space focuses on the circulation and transitions of the space. The main concept behind the design stems from the idea of shifting from paper to digital work. The exterior facade represents a pixelization, relating to the new technological age into which we have moved.

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NORTH ELEVATION

WEST ELEVATION

LONGITUDINAL SECTION

CROSS SECTION

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FLOOR 2

FLOOR 4

FLOOR 3

ROOFTOP READING PATIO

JUICE BAR

MEN’S RR

FLOOR PLANS 1/32” = 1’

CORE

Restrooms (515 SF) Fire-rated Stairs (1,600 SF) Elevators (600 SF) Shipping and Receiving (150 SF)

PUBLIC SPACE Seating/Circulation (6,400 SF) Book Collections (2,200 LF) Public Computer Access (608 SF) Digital Media (140 SF) Café (1,470 SF) Circulation Desk (91 SF) SEMI-PRIVATE SPACE Staff Offices (475 SF) Staff Lounge (272 SF) Team Rooms (470 SF) Study Rooms (495 SF) Gaming Lab (240 SF) Multipurpose Room (1,064 SF) SPECIAL PROGRAMMING Outdoor Reading Patio (1,800 SF) Juice Bar (375 SF)

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Proficient in Adobe Creative Suite (Photoshop, InDesign, Illustrator) Google Sketch-Up, Auto Cad, Revit, Microsoft Office (Word, Powerpoint, Excel, Outlook)

Ample Experience in Hand Drafting, Model Building, Computer and Hand Rendering, Digital Modeling

• Redesigning sorority suite as cabinet member of Kappa Alpha Theta working alongside a licensed Interior Designer during renovation process •

Provided consultation to contractors and homebuyers throughout home renovation process

Miami University, Oxford, OH, Department of Architecture and Interior Design Bachelor of Fine Arts expected May 2020 Major: Interior Design Minor: Disability Studies ARC GPA: 3.69/4.00, DST GPA: 3.76/4.00, Overall GPA: 3.81/4.00

contact information Alexis Klonk 237 Fairfield Rd. Avon, OH 44012 klonkab@miamioh.edu 440.935.5732

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employment

INTERIOR DESIGN miami universit y Student Associate, Miami University Planning, Architecture, and Engineering, Oxford, Ohio March 2018-Present • Assist project managers and facility planner with technical and graphic projects • Create and edit AutoCad drawings Retail Assistant, Apple Tree, Oxford, Ohio March 2018-Present • Design and arrange displays • Greet and assist customers with retail needs • Cashier Child Care Provider, Avon, Ohio May 2015-Present • Full time seasonal care experience • Math and Reading tutoring services

leadership and honors Student Advisor for Miami University’s Department of Architecture and Interior Design Social Media Manager for Miami University’s Department of Architecture and Interior Design Dean’s List Facilities Management Director for Kappa Alpha Theta 9

Alexis Klonk Interior Design Portfolio  
Alexis Klonk Interior Design Portfolio  
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