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ANNA BERGMAN

STUDENT OF INTERIOR DESIGN University of Cincinnati College of Design Architecture Art and Planning School of Architecture and Interior Design Class of 2015

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TABLE OF CONTENTS RESUME

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HOSPITALITY STUDIO Weave: Make Life a Picnic

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OFFICE STUDIO Depression and the Effects on our Society

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RESIDENTIAL STUDIO Designing for a Client

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IMMERSION STUDIO Literary Center

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MATERIALITY AND LIGHT STUDY Starbucks on Campus

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SKETCH UP / STAIR STUDY Urban Outfitters off Campus

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MISCELLANEOUS WORK Photoshop and Photography Projects

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ANNA BERGMAN PARTICIPATING IN THE PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE PROGRAM, ALTERNATING SEMESTERS OF COLLEGE STUDY WITH SEMESTERS OF WORK IN THE FIELD OF INTERIOR DESIGN.

EDUCATION 2010-PRESENT UNIVERSITY OF CINCINNATI, CINCINNATI, OHIO COLLEGE OF DESIGN, ARCHITECTURE, ART, AND PLANNING MAJOR: INTERIOR DESIGN 2006-2010 DUBLIN COFFMAN HIGH SCHOOL, DUBLIN , OHIO

COLLEGE ACHIEVEMENTS DEAN’S LIST SPRING TERM 2013 DEAN’S LIST SUMMER TERM 2012 DEAN’S LIST FALL TERM 2010 SAGEANT AT ARMS OF ALPHA RHO CHI PROFESSIONAL FRATERNITY SUMMER TERM 2012 TREASURER OF ALPHA RHO CHI PROFESSIONAL FRATERNITY FALL TERM 2011

WORK EXPERIENCE SUMMER SEMESTER 2013 EARL SWENSSON ASSOCIATES DESIGN FOCUS - HEALTH CARE, ASSISTED LIVING, EDUCATION, HOSPITALITY NASHVILLE, TN INTERN RESPONSIBILITIES: CREATING PRESENTATION AND CONTRACTOR BOARDS, PULLING MATERIALS, RENDERING FLOOR PLANS, ELEVATIONS AND PERSPECTIVES, REVIT, AND SKETCH UP MODELING SPRING TERM 2012/FALL SEMESTER 2012 EDG INTERIOR ARCHITECTURE + DESIGN FIRM DESIGN FOCUS - HOSPITALITY SAN RAFAEL, CA INTERN RESPONSIBILITIES: ASSISTING WITH PROJECTS, PULLING MATERIALS, MODELING, RENDERING PLANS AND ELEVATIONS, FURNITURE SELECTIONS, AND LIBRARY HELP 2008-2011 JUSTICE CLOTHING, COLUMBUS, OHIO BRAND REPRESENTATIVE RESPONSIBILITIES: CASHIER, FLOOR SUPERVISOR, SHIPMENT

SKILLS PROFICIENT IN ADOBE CREATIVE SUITE SPECIFICALLY PHOTOSHOP AND INDESIGN PROFICIENT IN GOOGLE SKETCH UP KNOWLEDGE OF REVIT, ECOTECT, AUTOCAD, AND SPEXX HAND DRAFTING EXPERIENCE

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CONTACT ME. CURRENT ADDRESS 351 PROBASCO ST CINCINNATI, OHIO 45220

PERMANENT ADDRESS 7967 TIPPERARY CT. N DUBLIN, OHIO 43017

CELL PHONE 614-580-9299

EMAIL ADDRESS bergmaaa@mail.uc.edu

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HOSPITALITY STUDIO Restaurant Design Institute sponsored a competition that asked for a restaurant design with the concept of an “American Affair”. The prompt asked that the restaurant have a specific number of seating, covered many demographics, and also followed today’s trends in the food industry.

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Weave is a fresh and friendly restaurant that celebrates

the American

Spirit in a health conscious manner. This dining experience is all about being in a picnic styled atmosphere with the same genre of food, but cooked in a healthy, sustainable way. This is the outdoor summer-esque event that you love and that’s now available 365 days a year.

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Outdoor Dining Seating

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Entry Feature Wall

11 Food Pick Up Station

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Lounge and Bar Seating

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Bar

13 Women’s Restroom

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Outdoor Bar Seating

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Basket Dining Seating

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Picnic Dining Seating

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Restaurant Materials and Finishes 9

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1. 1 Light Cement 2. 2 Dupont Green Product White Corian Table Top 3 Endurawood: Reclaimed Oregon White Oak 4 Brentano: Imagine Blue (Green Fabrics) 5 Romo: Melbury Wedgewood 6 Architex: Britches Stone (Green Fabrics) 7 Brentano: Soul Mate Tenderness (Green Fabrics)

AN IMPORTANT VALUE OF WEAVE IS THAT, IF POSSIBLE, ALL FABRICS AND MATERIALS HAVE RECYCLED CONTENT OR HAVE GREEN QUALITIES. AT LEAST 80 PERCENT OF THESE MATERIALS AND FURNISHINGS ARE GREEN OR SUSTAINABLE.

8 Romo: Melbury Magenta

Andreu World: Zisa Armchair (Reclaimed Wood)

9 10 Loll Design: Lollbench Grey (Recylced Plastic) 11 West Coast Industries: Corsica Table Base

Bar Materials and Finishes

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1. 1 Light Cement 2. 2 Dedon Woven Mesh 3 Dupont Green Product White Corian Table Top 4 Endurawood: Reclaimed Oregon White Oak 5 Architex: Britches Stone (Green Fabric) 6 Romo: Melbury Amaryllis 7 Architex: Satchet Bing (Green Fabrics)

8 DesignTex: Appleseed Wedgewood (Green Fabrics) 9

Custom Bar Chair (Recycled Content)

10 Loll Design: Deck Chair Red (Recycled Plastic)

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11 Second Custom Bar Chair (Recycled Content)


Weave

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OFFICE STUDIO Office Studio involved finding a problem in the “Working World” and creating a design solution for the proposed problem. I chose to study Depression and the effects it has on Americans and our society. A heavy element of this project was researching your chosen issue and creating a case study.

The Problem “According to the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH), Depression will affect every individual’s life, whether directly or through a loved one”.

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percent of the American population suffer from Depression. This equals out to 19.9 million people. percent of most countries’ populations suffer from Severe Depression. percent of all Women suffer from Depression.

percent of people suffering from Depression don’t seek treatment or help. percent of American’s are unhappy at work.

3rd Suicide is the third largest cause of deaths in the United States. Depression is the Second largest cause of deaths in the United States. 2nd 1st Unipolar Major Depression is the leading cause of disability in the United States.

In eight years, 2020, Depression will be the largest health problem in the world. 9


Depression v. Happiness What makes a person Happy? -Money -Work -Personal Freedom -Lack of Corruption -Social Support -Levels of Trust, Safety, and Security -Equality -Mental Health -Stable Family Life

What makes a person happy at the Office? -Flexible work schedules -Feeling appreciated or valued -Freedom and diversity of responsibilities -A pleasant physical workspace -Good relationships with colleagues -Having a mentor -Improved lighting and circulation -Efficient use of space

So, what techniques could designers implement to make the work environment a happier place? 10


The Solution Designing a cubicle that let’s you create your own workspace giving the users control over their own environment. “The Materials”

Cork Ceiling Panels and Flooring Cork reduces echo and sound transmission composed of 2.4 million + cells per cubic inch. These closed cells have excellent resistance to sound. Cork also doesn’t break down quickly giving it a 90+ year durability. In terms of acoustical material, it tends to be more cost efficient as well.

Cork Ceiling Panels Able to adjust the height, ranges from 6’ to 8’.

Frosted Resin Partitions with Full Spectrum Lighting Able to control your own lighting in your space. These panels are also magnetic so you can hang pictures, calendars, papers, etc. Cork Flooring Acoustically pleasing and great texture. Sustainable and durable.

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Columns These columns are what the ceiling panels will slide on. Also, they will have outlets running up inside for electrical appliances. Moveable Desks The basic frame of the desk are made of adjustable plexi-legs that allow you to set your own height. The top is a wooden plank. There are then 6 “boxes” that you can move wherever desirable to make your space fit your needs.

Additional Amenities Able to control the following: -ventilation -chair type and color (what ergonomically works for you)


Frosted Resin with Full Spectrum Lighting Resin can obtain recycled qualities. It can also come in a variety of sizes, shapes, and colors. For this cubicle’s purpose, it will be frosted white with a hint of transparency. This is so full spectrum lighting can be put in between panels so people can control the light they receive in their spaces. Also, magnetic strips will be placed between panels so people can personalize the walls of their workstations.

Reclaimed Wood used for Desks The desks will be a modular system of reclaimed lumber. This will cause every desk to have it’s own look in two ways: the difference between the look of the wood and people can stack and build their desks however they please.

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RESIDENTIAL STUDIO Residential Studio was dedicated to designing for a client and also rennovating an existing building. It was important to pay attention to structural integrity and spatial planning.

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LITERARY CENTER Immersion Studio was all about designing a Literary Center: a center for reading, writing, and research. My project addressed natural lighting and simplistic means of design.

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Inspiration and Design Process

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MATERIAL AND LIGHT STUDY This project was based on materiality and creating a different space specifically through changing materials and finishes. The place that I studied was a Starbuck’s on the University of Cincinnati’s Campus.

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SKETCH UP STAIR STUDY The Sketch Up Stair Study was about learning to use Sketch up and correctly measure a space. The space that I chose was Urban Outfitters right off of the University of Cincinnati’s campus.

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ADDITIONAL ART MEDIUMS

digital photography

scratchboard

manual photography, developed and printed

digital photography

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digital photography

graphite drawing


prisma markers and colored pencils

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THANK YOU

FOR YOUR TIME AND CONSIDERATION

Anna Bergman's Portfolio  

Interior Design Student - University of Cincinnati

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