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PORTFOLIO ALISON MACK

INTERIOR ARCHITECTURE


PROFILE

EXPERIENC E

EDUCATION

HONORS +AWARDS


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I am a creative and solution oriented designer focusing on design thinking and human centered design when strategically and collaboratively solving problems. (2018) Spacesmith/Davis Brody Bond, Interior Design Intern

Design Thinking Sketching Strategy Space Planning 3D Conceptualization Material Selection Concept Development

(2018) Schlöss Belvedere, Archival Intern (2016-7) CetraRuddy Architects, Interior Design Intern (2015) Design Within Reach, Design Intern (2014) Bernhardt Design, Showroom Intern (2013) Novo Arts, Studio Intern (2015) Yoma Textiles, Materials Intern

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GRAPHIC SKILLS

(2019) University of Wisconsin- Madison (2018) University of Applied Art- Wien (2015) Saint Ann’s School (2014) The School of the Art Institute of Chicago- Precollege (2014) Shaanxi Normal University

- Xi’an

(2013) Cleveland Institute of Art- Precollege

(2017) Gold Key Honors Society- University of Wisconsin-Madison (2017) 2017 CIDA Accreditation Showcase Exhibition- Anthropometric Desk Design (2017) 2017 CIDA Accreditation Showcase Exhibition- The Horse Barn Model (2014) Scholastic Art & Writing Awards- Gold Key: Printmaking (2013) Scholastic Art & Writing Awards- Honorable Mention: Poetry

Revit AutoCad SketchUp Rhino Adobe Create Suites Microsoft Office


CONTENT (commercial) P/01 BOKJOY RESTAURANT, P/47 THE HORSE BARN (education) P/15 THE KOHLER ART LIBRARY, P/27 THE PHYSICS LIBRARY (healthcare) P/35 NEXT: STEELCASE DESIGN COMPETITION

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01 BOKJOY RESTAURA NT

(project)

RESTAURANT

(location)

MADISON, WI

(date)

SPRING 2019

(size)

10,000 sq. ft.

(professor) MARK NELSON (course)

IDIV

S ituated in M adison , W i capitol district , bokjoy is a rooftop restaurant located atop the hoteljoy , new hoteljoy . the airy space is a destination for guests who are both staying at , and building the of floor fifth the at sits and young professionals in the area . bokjoy up entering upon starting . exposed senses their all have to guests for allows the layout are filled the glass elevators , guests are given visual experiences as their aromic senses booths with fresh smells of floral cocktails and delicate plates . semi enclosed dining

bar height provide an acoustically intimate zone for guests , as well as communal tables , visual and their stimulate that spaces through guided are guests . bar full a tables , and

can have . aural senses and promotes the exploration of tranquil calmness a restaurant

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CONCEPT: HAND PULLED NOODLES

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CHING ANALYSIS adjacent spaces datum zones

PARTI DIAGRAM

CODES ada door swings occupancy load sustainable materials thermal comfort acoustics

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LEGEND A B C D E F G

Entry/Reception Bar Patio Dining Restrooms Kitchen Egress

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E SENSORY EXPERIENC ES

A Porcelain Tile- Stone Source

AURAL:

AROMIC:

TACTILE:

Garden

Floral

Structural

C Bamboo Wood- Mirage

Calming

Charred

Linear

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Ambient

Wood

Repetition

E Custom Logo Wallpaper

B Natural Stone Tile- Porcelanosa

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RECEPTION, BAR, & COMMUNAL PATIO SPACE

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02 THE KOHLER ART LIBRARY (project)

LIBRARY

(location)

MADISON, WI

(date)

FALL 2018

(size)

7,000 sq. ft.

(professor) ROBERTO RENGEL (course)

IDV

THE KOHLER ART LIBRARY HAS A SERIES OF ARTISTS’ BOOKS ON DISPLAY THROUGHOU T THE YEAR THAT ARE ACCESSIBLE TO ANY VISITOR. ARTISTS’ BOOKS READ AS BOOKS, BUT HAVE THE IMPACT OF A WORK OF ART. ODE TO A GRAND STAIRCASE WAS DISPLAYED AT THE KOHLER ART LIBRARY IN 2014, AND THE MAJOR THEME OF THE EXHIBITION WAS MOVEMENT. MOVEMENT TAKES PLACE THROUGH EXPLORATION, PROGRESSIO N, AND THE UNFOLDING OF GROWTH. THE FLEXIBILITY OF THE ACCORIDION SHAPE OF THIS BOOK IS SIMILAR TO THE FLEXIBILITY AND GROWTH THAT THE ART LIBRARY IS UNDERGOING. THE NEW KOHLER ART LIBRARY WILL BE A TRANQUIL SPACE THAT SUPPORTS ALL USERS NEEDS. THE MOVEMENTU M WITHIN THE SPACE STARTS IN THE FOUNDATION AND EXPLORATIO N STAGES OF ART AND DESIGN, WHICH IS PRESENTED IN THE LIBRARIES PERMANENT COLLECTION . THEN, MOVEMENT PROGRESSE S INTO THE ARTISTS’ BOOK DISPLAYS, WHICH SHOWCASE THE PROGRESSIO N AND EXPERIMENTATION STAGES OF ART AND DESIGN. THE DENOUEMENT IS IN THE EXHIBITION SPACES WHICH SHOWCASES THE FINAL UNFOLDING OF GROWN AN ARTIST AND DESIGNER EXPERIENCE S.

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(UNFOLDING )

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CONCEPT: MOVMENTUM & UNFOLDING CREATIVE G

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GOALS inspire all users heighten visibility support users needs preserve & display collections

GROWTH

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F A Upholstery- Maharam B Oak- LV Wood C Whitewashed Oak- LV Wood D Carpeting- Mohawk E Carpeting- Interface F Carpeting- Interface

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CLOSED COLLABORATION & RESIDENT ZONES

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ARTISTS’ BOOK EXHIBITION SPACE

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03 THE PHYSICS LIBRARY (project)

LIBRARY

(location)

MADISON, WI

(date)

FALL 2018

(size)

4,000 sq. ft.

(professor) ROBERTO RENGEL (course)

IDV

MANY NEEDS STATED BY THE CLIENT REVOLVE AROUND THE OVERALL ENVIRONME NT AND FUNCTIONAL ITY OF THE LIBRARY. THE TRANSFORMATION WILL ACCOMMOD ATE NOT ONLY THE STUDENTS LOOKING FOR A SPACE TO STUDY, BUT ALSO FACULTY MEMBERS WITHIN THE DEPARTMENT. CREATING A SPACE THAT PROMOTES INDIVIDUAL AND COLLABORATIVE WORK WILL BE POSSIBLE BY IMPLEMENTI NG APPROPRIAT E ACOUSTICS AND ACTIVITY ZONES. THE PHYSICS LIBRARY RENOVATION WILL ALLOW THE DEPARTMEN T TO EXPAND WITHIN AN INSPIRATION AL SPACE THAT ENCOURAGE S STUDENTS TO VIEW THE SUBJECTS THEY STUDY IN UNIQUE WAYS. A GALLERY SPACE AT THE ENTRANCE OF THE LIBRARY WILL SHOWCASE ARTWORK INSPIRED BY SCIENTIFIC CONCEPTS STUDENTS STUDY THROUGHOU T UNIVERSITY. THE CONCEPT OF QUANTUM DUALITY IS INSPIRED BY QUANTUM TUNNELING AND PARTICLE WAVE DUALITY. QUANTUM DUALITY FOCUSES ON HOW PARTICLES, SOUNDS, AND LIGHT INTERACT WITH ONE ANOTHER, WHICH IS SIMILAR TO THE WAY THAT STUDENTS WILL INTERACT WITH THIS LIBRARY SPACE.

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CONCEPT: QUANTUM DUALITY

INSTILLATION ARTWORK

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THE FIVE SOCIAL ZONES

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A Emu Haven Table- Coalesse B SAYL Side Chair- Herman Miller C Eames Wire Chair- Herman Miller D Prospect Solo Space- Herman Miller

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04 NEXT: STEELCASE DESIGN COMPETITI ON (project)

HEALTHCARE

(location)

SEATTLE, WA

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FALL 2017

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30,000 sq. ft.

(professor) JENNIFER MEYERS (course)

IDIII

IN 1962, THE CONCEPTS OF TECHNOLOG Y, COMMUNITY, AND INNOVATION WERE ALL INCORPORAT ED IN THE SEATTLE WORLD’S FAIR. THIS WORLD’S FAIR WAS KNOWN FOR ITS ACCOMPLISH MENTS IN FUTURISTIC INVENTIONS . THE MOTTO WAS, “LIVING IN THE SPACE AGE”, WHICH PRODUCED PRODUCTS LIKE THE SPACE NEEDLE, BUBBLEATOR , AND SEATTLE MONORAIL. OVER 8 MILLION PEOPLE VISITED THIS WORLD’S FAIR, AND FORMED A COMMUNITY FROM ALL OVER THE WORLD WITHIN SEATTLE. AT NEXT, THEIR NEW FACILITY IN SEATTLE WILL ADVOCATE A SIMILAR INNOVATIVE COMMUNITY DOWNTOWN , THAT IS EAGER TO ENRICH MODERN HEALTHCARE ACCESSIBILI TY AND EFFICIENCY. THROUGH RESEARCH IN THE STEELCASE 7 HABITS OF INNOVATION , THIS FACILITY WILL BE AN ECOSYSTEM OF ZONES THAT FOSTER CREATIVITY AND OPTIMISM. THE DESIGN OF THIS OFFICE ENCOMPASS ES ENERGY AND EXUBERANC E THROUGH BRIGHT COLORS, PATTERNS, TEXTURES, AND NATURAL LIGHT. NEXT FACILITIES INCORPORAT E AN INNOVATIVE ALLIN-ONE APPROACH TO CARE. PRODUCTIVI TY AND COLLABORATION WITHIN THE SPACE WILL ALSO BE ACHIEVED BY PROVIDING OPEN WORKPLACE S FOR COMMUNAL WORK AND CLOSED WORKPLACE S FOR HEADS-DOW N INDIVIDUALLY FOCUSED WORK. AS WELL AS MEETING AREAS, RELAXATION ROOMS, AND MULTI-FUNC TIONAL EVENT SPACES.

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INSPIRATION: 1962 WORLD’S FAIR

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FLOOR PLAN

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REFLECTED CEILING PLAN

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A Lessthanfive Chair- Coalesse B Bivi Desk System- Turnstone C Bob Chaie- Coalesse D Brody WorkLounge- Steelcase E Emu Re-Touve Pouf- Steelcase

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PRIVATE OFFICES & IDEATION ZONES

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COMMUNITY EDUCATION & LIFESTYLE SPACE

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05 THE HORSE BARN (project)

COMMERCIAL

(location)

MADISON, WI

(date)

SPRING 2016

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80,000 sq. ft.

(professor) LESLEY SAGER (course)

IDII

THE HORSE BARN BUILT IN THE EARLY 1800’S IS LOCATED AT THE UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN- MADISON CAMPUS. IT ORGINALLY WAS A FULLY FUNCTIONAL HORSE STABLE AND FARMING FACILITY. TODAY, THE SPACE IS RENOVATED TO HOUSE MEETING SPACES AND EXTENDED STAY FACILITIES FOR TRAVELING PROFESSOR S AND ALUMNI. THE REMODELING OF THE TWO-STORY SPACE WELCOMES THE PUBLIC TO A NEW MODERN FACILITY WHILE PRESERVING HISTORIC DETAIL AND ORIGINAL CHARM. THE DESIGN STEMS FROM INSPIRATION FOUND IN NATURE, FIGURE-GRO UND RELATIONSH IPS, AND MINIMALISM. HANDMADE LASER CUT MODEL CONSTRUCT ED WITH WOOD AND WAS SHOWCASES AT THE 2017 CIDA ACCREDITAT ION EXHIBITION.

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ONCEPT: MONOCHROME NATURE

CONCEPTUAL SKETCHES

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ORIGINAL PHOTOGRAPH

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ORIGINAL DRAWINGS

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LASER-CUT MODEL

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LOBBY & LOFTED

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FURNITURE

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LIGHTING

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06 STUDIO WORK

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SCHOLASTIC GOLD KEY AWARD: DANDI ZINC ETCHING ON RICE PAPER

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ILLUMINATE INDIA INK ON PAPER

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OTTO WAGNER INSPIRED SCREEN PRINT: STUDY ABROAD KARLS 1 BLACK & WHITE INK ON COTTON

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OTTO WAGNER INSPIRED SCREEN PRINT: STUDY ABROAD KARLS 2 RED FOIL ON POLYESTER

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OTTO WAGNER INSPIRED SCREEN PRINT: STUDY ABROAD KARLS 3 BLACK INK ON COTTON & EMBROIDERED WITH FLOSS

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07 SKETCHBO OK: STUDY ABROAD

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ALISON MACK T. 9176204650 E. amack3@wisc.edu UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN- MADISON School of Human Ecology, Depart ment of Interior Architecture 1300 Linden Dr ., Madison, WI 5 3706


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