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ANNA S. KENDRICK UNIVERSITY OF CINCINNATI INTERIOR DESIGN EXPECTED GRADUATION: SPRING 2019


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I NTR O D U C T I O N   My name is Anna Kendrick. I am an Interior Design student at the University of Cincinnati in the College of Design, Architecture, Art and Planning. In August of 2018 I will begin my fifth and final co-op within my program. Over the past four years, I have been blessed to work in Atlanta and New York City with three separate but equally wonderful firms.   Each firm offered its own unique learning environments to help me cultivate a diverse set of professional and design skills including time management, organization, team coordination and cultivating professional relationships. During my most recent coop I worked on multiple projects at a time each involving a different team of designers. I learned to simultaneously manage a multitude of tasks such as presentations, specification packages, custom furniture drawings, design projects, meeting coordination with additional smaller tasks around the office as well. My superiors had great faith in me and allowed me to manage my own time contingent on meeting their deadlines. I was employed as an intern but I felt like a integral part of each team. I plan to maintain each skill I learned and implement them into my life as well as all future work environments As stated above, this fall I will begin my fifth internship. All my prior work experience focused on hospitality and I greatly enjoyed the cultivation of experiences and the creative design of comfort, luxury and travel accommodations but I am eager to learn more about other fields of design and how hospitality can be integrated in other spacial typographies. Thank you for taking the time to reviewing my resume and portfolio. I hope that my previous projects and experiences pique your interests and deem me a reliable candidate for any open positions this fall. Thank you for your consideration and I look forward to hearing from you soon.

ANNA KENDRICK

UNIVERSITY OF CINCINNATI, DAAP, INTERIOR DESIGN MAJOR LINDNER COLLEGE OF BUSINESS REAL ESTATE AND DEVELOPMENT MINOR EXPECTED GRADUATION: SPRING 2019

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(513) 607-3931 kendrias@mail.uc.edu

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WO R K E X P E R I E N C E

U N I V E R S I T Y O F C I N C I N N AT I

R O C KW E L L G R O U P

Cincinnati, Ohio 07.2014 - Present, Year 5 Expec ted Graduation: May 2019

New York, New York 05.2017 - 08.2017 & 01.2018-04.2018 Interior Design Intern Supervisor: Evelyn Choi

College of Design, Architecture, Art & Planning School of Architecture & Interior Design   Interior Design, Major

Responsibilities:   Furniture Drawings   Floor Plans  Specifications   Rendered Elevations and Floor Plans   3D Modeling   Presentation Preparation   Design Development   Carpet Design   Custom Wallcovering    Custom Furniture Pieces

Lindner College of Business   Real Estate & Development, Minor Achievements:   Cincinnatus Scholarship Recipient   NEWH Chicago Chapter Scholarship Recipient   CallisonRTKL Pave Scholarship Recipient

LOV E L A N D H I G H S C H O O L Loveland, Ohio 08.2010 - 06.2014

H I R S C H B E D N E R & A S S O C I AT E S Atlanta, Georgia 08.2016 - 12.2016 Interior Design Intern Supervisor: Nicole Smith

Achievements:   Graduated with High Honors   All American Cheerleader

Responsibilities:   Rendered Elevations   FF&E & Finish Budgets   Custom Carpet Plans   FF&E Selections   Organized Samples   Corresponded with Sales Representatives   Presentations (Digital & Physical)  Specifications   Furniture Detail/Custom Drawings

EXTRA CURRICULARS Bearcat Buddy, Volunteer DAAP Alliance, Mentor/Volunteer Alpha Rho Chi, Member Theta Phi Alpha, Alumne IIDA, Student Member NEWH, Student Member

S M A L LWO O D, R E Y N O L D S , ST E WA RT, ST E WA RT & A S S O C I AT E S Atlanta, Georgia 01.2016 - 04.2016 Interior Design Intern Supervisor: Jamie Case

T EC H N I C A L A B I L I T I E S SketchUp Rhino Photoshop Indesign Illustrator

Responsibilities:   3D Models   Librar y Organization   Corresponded with Sales Representatives   Presentations (Digital & Physical)  Specifications   Furniture Detail/Custom Drawings

AutoCAD Rendering 3D Models Specsource Microsoft Office

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WO R KS Terrum Restaurant in Columbus OH

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Limited Luxury Tiny House design competition for Volume Zero

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Elevate Auditorium Renovation for Archbishop Moeller High School

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m.u.s.a. Live-Work study for Downtown Cincinnati

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Additional Works 70-81

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TERRUM Restaurant Design Columbus, Ohio Spring 2017

PROGRAMS USED: Rhino VRay AutoCad Photoshop

Terrum is a polished dining experience in which the customer leaves their fate up to the chef.

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LOCATION 89 E. Nationwide Blvd. Columbus Ohio, 43215 Existing Site Photos:

Local Site:

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Surrounding Cities:

Surrounding

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CONCEPT Columbus is the heart of Ohio and a main intersection of the Midwest. From this single spot, five major cities and four states are within a 3 hour drive. The intersection of Columbus exists as a starting point for a variety of adventures. These five directions inspire the dining experience of Terrum.

MENU Choose your path:

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FINISH FLOOR PLAN

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MATERIALITY & FF&E

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Entry and Lounge   The entry and lounge are located on the east side of the building, and a new addition to the prior floor plan. The original windows are replicated onto the new constructed wall and a coffered ceiling mimics the substantial wooden beams of the original dining room. These details are a tribute to the history of the building itself. This addition becomes the main entrance for the restaurant. It functions as a lounge to meet with friends and enjoy a drink or to relax before the dining experience begins.

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Pillow Upholstery

Banquette Upholstery

Lounge Chair Upholstery

Floor Tile

Painted Brick Walls

Copper Accents


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Bar   The bar is a central artistic feature of the restaurant. Constructed of a translucent white onyx, and back lit, it glows magnificently in the soft light of the of the evening atmosphere. Its illuminance mesmerizes customers. The bar acts as a guiding light for the beginning of their journey through this dining experience.

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Banquette Upholstery

Chair Upholstery

Accent Pillow Upholstery

Furniture: Black Walnut

Quartz Table Tops

Cast Iron Table Bases

Gunmetal Lighting Finish

Painted Brick Walls

Copper Accents

Bar Top and Die, Onyx

Slate Floor Tile

Hammered Copper Inlay


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Main Dining   The Main dining room is the climax of the journey. Customers are surrounded by lofty copper ribbons that intersect the dining space to create more intimate dining groupings. Corresponding copper inlays rest on the dining room floor to complete the ribbon. The continuous flow of the copper ribbons alter one’s perception of the space and disguise the structure of the building to transport the customer to an unknown space and mindset in preparation of their impending dining experience

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Banquette Upholstery

Chair Upholstery

Accent Pillow Upholstery

Furniture: Black Walnut

Quartz Table Tops

Cast Iron Table Bases

Gunmetal Lighting Finish

Painted Brick Walls

Copper Accents

Bar Top and Die, Onyx

Slate Floor Tile

Hammered Copper Inlay


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LIMITED IN SIZE, BUT NOT LUXURY Tiny House Design Competition Entry for Volume Zero Summer 2017 PROGRAMS USED: SketchUp VRay for SketchUp Photoshop Limited in Size, but Not Luxury eliminates prior notions of tiny house living. Live minimally but also luxuriously.

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CONCEPT Limited in Size, but Not Luxury takes a new look at Tiny House design. Many people are averted to a tiny house lifestyle because they love the luxury of a larger home. This home is designed to demolish that way of thinking. High end finishes, elegant design and a modern style elevate the expectations of tiny house living

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MATERIALS

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FURNITURE

APPLIANCES

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FLOOR PLANS FIRST FLOOR PLAN

SECOND FLOOR PLAN

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LIVING ROOM   The living space opens directly onto the patio. It pulls the exterior into the interior and allows for excellent circulation. The ceiling is double height to make the small space feel that much larger. A fireplace adds a cozy element for cold winters and provides a central heating system to the home in addition to mechanical heating. The sofa of the living room is a pull our sofa to create a second sleeping space for guests.

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Bronze Metal Details

Stainless Steel Details

Blackened Steel Stairs

Quartz Counter Tops

Slate Tile Fireplace

White Paint

Concrete Floors

Sofa Upholstery

Lounge Chair Upholstery


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KITCHEN   The kitchen is compact but designed with luxury in mind along side functionality. This kitchen features a full stove and refrigerator/freezer combination. There is diverse storage adeptly designed to hold specific objects. The brass storage rack adds playful shadows on the walls, an attractive art piece and extra storage to both stack and hang pots, pans, plates, mugs and anything else that does not fit in the cabinets. Two upholstered stools offer optional seating at the stone peninsula .

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Bronze Metal Details

Stainless Steel Appliances

Blackened Steel Cabinet Doors

Quartz Counter Tops

Slate Tile Fireplace

White Paint

Concrete Floors

Stool Upholstery

Lounge Chair Upholstery


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BATH & LAUNDRY   The Bathroom and the Laundry room hide away at the back of the house. The Bathroom is a full wet room with travertine tile walls an floors. A large walk-in shower features a wooden inlaid floor mat for added comfort and a spa like feel. The toilet is a custom composting toilet to eliminate the need for a septic system. The single vanity adds extra storage . The laundry unit is a wash & dry system.

Materials Used: Bronze Metal Details

Bronze Metal Details

Black Walnut Vanity Base

Iron Door Frames

Concrete Floors

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BEDROOM   Located up the blackened steel stairs is the bedroom. Fit with a Queen Bed and large floor to ceiling windows, the loft space feel spacious and comfortable. The bed is flanked with two closets, two deep drawers and topped with four lift-up cabinets. This provides a tremendous amount of storage. Opposite the bed (not shown in rendering) is a vanity with additional storage and the option to be used as a work space. The vanity acts as a guard rail between the loft and the living room below.

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Bronze Metal Details

Black Walnut Casegoods

Black Walnut Flooring

Blackened Steel Bed Base

White Wall & Ceiling Paint

Comforter

Accent Pillow

Accent Pillow

Accent Pillow


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ELEVATE Auditorium Renovation Moeller High School Montgomery, Ohio Summer 2016 PROGRAMS USED: SketchUp VRay for SketchUp Photoshop Archbishop Moeller High School offered my studio the chance to submit design ideas on ways to renovate different sections of their school. The administrations plans to implement these ideas over a series of renovations. I focused on their auditorium.

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CONCEPT   Theater offers the opportunity to elevate from one reality into another. This auditorium is severed into two separate spaces, Elevated and grounded. As a to-be audience member enters the space, they find themselves on the grounded level. The lights are low to mimic dusk and the natural finishes mimic the forest. The lighting and form of the space is vastly different from the surrounding building so after stepping through the doors, one feels as if they were transported to an entirely new space. Te grounded space offers an opportunity for socialization and gather in a more casual manner.   When it is time for the show to begin, the audience members advance upward towards a portal that transitions into the elevated portion of the auditorium. In the elevated portion, the sleek finishes and acoustic paneling with inlaid sporadic lighting evokes a sense of a night sky on a crystal clear night. As them audience members find their seats, they are ready to embark into a new reality that is the theatrical performance.

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SITE

EXISTING CONDITIONS

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PRECEDENT STUDIES

FUNCTION IN SECTION

Chicago Shakespeare Theater Chicago, Illinois,

Theater of Epidaurus Athens, Greece

Walt Disney Concert Hall Los Angelas, California, Frank Ghery

Guangzhou Opera House Guangzhou, China, Zaha Hadid

SPACE PLANNING IN SECTION

SEATING

STAGE

DRESSING ROOMS

GATHERING STORAGE

ORCHESTRA : PHYSICAL PARTITION

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SET SHOP


GROUNDED LEVEL PLAN

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ELEVATED LEVEL PLAN

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GROUNDED LEVEL   This lower level offers an opportunity for guests to gather before the show. It functions as a second informal auditorium to be used by school groups, classes or to relax from the stress of school. The stair and ramp combination creates a procession to the show that encourages the audience members to be thoughtful about the path they are taking. The ramp more importantly offers an ADA accessible option to access the elevated auditorium meaning everyone will approach the production the same way.

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MATERIALS

Carpet Tile

Stainless Steel Trim

Black Walnut Paneling

Recycled Rubber Flooring

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Wall Acoustic Panels

Vinyl Wrapped Front Lit Panels


MOLDED PLYWOOD   From the top of the stairs, one can reflect on the entire grounded level. The view gives a full perspective on the molded plywood accent wall. It dwarfs the guests and offers seating at its base. The back-lit panels add an ambiance with their soft light that eliminates the need for down lighting. Their varied pattern represents the uncertainty of nature and the uncertainty of man. Theater is the only form of life that is completely controlled. The paneled plywood is closest in proximity to reality, therefore it reflects the outside world within the imaginative space.

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MATERIALS

Carpet Tile

Stainless Steel Trim

Black Walnut Paneling

Recycled Rubber Flooring

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Wall Acoustic Panels

Vinyl Wrapped Front Lit Panels


PORTAL   The break in the lit paneled wall provides access to the elevated portion of the theater. Its glow and elevated location mimic heaven’s pearly gates. Its heavenly austerity builds the anticipation of the production to come.

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MATERIALS

Carpet Tile

Stainless Steel Trim

Black Walnut Paneling

Recycled Rubber Flooring

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Wall Acoustic Panels

Vinyl Wrapped Front Lit Panels


VIEW FROM THE STAGE   This auditorium offers 414 seats. The aisle are ADA sloped ramps so they all seats are possible. The chairs are made to be removed for wheelchair access seating. Each seat is a twelve inches raised above the chair in front of it to minimize any possibility of view obstruction. The chairs are built to be 24� wide to allow extra comfort and space for every guest. The acoustic panels stretch over all of the seats with their minimal sporadic lights shining down to mimic the night sky. The surroundings are both comforting and surreal simultaneously.

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MATERIALS

Carpet Tile

Stainless Steel Trim

Black Walnut Paneling

Recycled Rubber Flooring

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Wall Acoustic Panels

Vinyl Wrapped Front Lit Panels


VIEW OF THE STAGE   The stage spans the entire width of the room. It is lifted ten feet above the ground to create an orchestra pit that the school did not previously have the space for. To maximize the space on stage, the wings are angled but spaced the same as straight wings. The offer dual function as media screens to provide additional capabilities to the set. The large stage is wrapped by dressing rooms and a set shop. Prior to this renovation, the set shop was off site or directly on the stages and the locker rooms of the gym one story below were used for dressing rooms. The stage is a complex feature that requires many layers to enable it to work at maximum capability.

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MATERIALS

Carpet Tile

Stainless Steel Trim

Black Walnut Paneling

Recycled Rubber Flooring

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Wall Acoustic Panels

Vinyl Wrapped Front Lit Panels


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m.u.s.a. Live-Work Design OTR, Cincinnati, Ohio Spring 2017

PROGRAMS USED: SketchUp VRay for SketchUp Photoshop

m.u.s.a. is a boutique retail environment, design studio and loft apartment providing a place of business, a place to create and a place to inhabit.

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CONCEPT Long commutes are a detriment to the environment and are growing to be a main concern in environmentalists and the average citizen. Short commutes are now serving a bigger purpose. What if your commute was just a flight of stairs? This projects searches to answer that question. In m.u.s.a. specifically, the focus is on encouraging domestic work to minimize the market’s impact on the environment. Each level of this threestory building focuses on a different quality of the United States of America.

LEVEL 1: EXPLORATION

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LEVEL 2: INNOVATION

LEVEL 3: RESPITE

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SITE  This project explores the revitalization of entrepreneurship and domestic production. Over the Rhine is a neighborhood in Cincinnati, Ohio. It is directly between the University of Cincinnati in Clifton and downtown Cincinnati. OTR used to be a crime ridden neighborhood full of gang violence, abandoned buildings and rampant drug distribution. Over the last 10 years a revitalization project lead by the firm, 3CDC is working tirelessly to clean up the neighborhood and restore a safe environment. 3CDC allowed my studio to explore a small three story residence that they acquired. This project displays how I would put the space to use.

Over The Rhine, m.u.s.a.

Downtown Cincinnati

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University of Cincinnati


FLOOR PLANS 1ST FLOOR:

2ND FLOOR:

3RD FLOOR:

REFLECTED CEILING PLANS 1ST FLOOR:

2ND FLOOR:

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SECTION PERSPECTIVE

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FIRST FLOOR: EXPLORATION   The first floor of m.u.s.a. focuses on America’s determination to explore. It is a small boutique store where the resident fashion designer will display and sell her clothes. shoppers come into the sore and find themselves on the catwalk. They will be the future models of the clothing and accessories of the store. The catwalk will also function as an actual catwalk for season releases and events held within the stores.   White painted brick walls and the large white onyx accent wall act as a blank canvas for the new designs. Raw wood paired with metal evoke an unrefined style similar to the frontier of exploration. The brass finishes add a bit of flair and brightness to the space. The sunburst and track lights on the ceiling provide flexible accent lighting and added flair to the space.

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MATERIALS USED:

Grey Luxury Vinyl Tile

Cast Iron Details

Brass Details

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Onyx Accent Wall

Reclaimed Red Oak


SECOND FLOOR: INNOVATION   The second floor focuses on America’s innovative history. It is equipped with a long, curved work table that mimics the golden road to discovery. It is equipped to aid the designer in every way. There is optimal storage with the wall of cabinets. The back wall for floor to ceiling sliding glass doors to allow airflow and circulation within the narrow long studio. Various collection of pendants allow evenly distributed light but also flexibility to light specific places within the studio. The arrangement is represents a brain storm with cloud pockets of ideas.

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MATERIALS USED:

Grey Luxury Vinyl Tile

White Brick Walls

Brass Table Top, Counter and Details

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Cast Iron Railings

Concrete Table Base


THIRD FLOOR: RESPITE   The third floor is the loft living space for the designer. This floor has light, soft finishes to ensure a calming effect. It features a dining room, living room and long kitchen all in an open space. A large full bath complete with a freestanding tub, shower, vanity and toilet. A loft space above the dining area provides a cozy bedroom space with room for a queen bed with build in storage. The vaulted ceiling ensures plenty of headroom for the loft as well. This space was designed to maximize function and provide a relaxing, comfortable space to escape the work and business of life below.

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MATERIALS USED:

Floor Tile

White Brick Walls

Counter and Vanity Granite Top

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Upholstery

Reclaimed Wood Finishes


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ADDITIONAL WORK PROGRAMS USED: SketchUp VRay for SketchUp Photoshop Rhino Vray for Rhino Construction

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LABYRINTH Interiors + Sources MART Booth “I LIke Design” Contest Entry Chicago, IL Spring, 2017

PROGRAMS USED: SketchUp VRay for SketchUp Photoshop

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SCALE: 3/32” = 1’ 0”

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CONCEPT A labyrinth is an interior space that creates and adventure and an opportunity to explore. That is the inspiration behind the partitions and arrangement of the space. It strikes their curiosity and draws them in as they decide to explore. The walls force the person moving through the space to explore both visually and physically. The glass walls offer visual exploration before physically exploring the space. This design takes a simple booth and turns it into an experience. Interiors +Sources provides a way for interior designers to learn about new products and explore realms that they have never seen before. The color palette offers a branding opportunity for Interiors + Sources using their main colors: red, black and white.

ENTRY TO THE BOOTH:

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OASIS FROM THE EXPLORATION

DISPLAY AREA:

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UNIVERSAL CHAPEL Universal Chapel Volume Zero Contest Entry Rome, Italy Summer, 2017 In collaboration with: Connor Kramer PROGRAMS USED: Rhino Vray for Rhino AutoCad Photoshop Illustrator

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CONCEPT   This universal chaple is located just off the river in the heart of Rome. It is a religiously focused space but adapatable to be used by anyone regardless of your religion. The space itself enables religious gatherings, celebrations, and education.   The procession of the building supresses the surrounding world and focuses the atendee’s mind on the religious action. The enterance is submerged into the site forcing the atendee to lower themselves into the Earth prior to entering the building.   After entering the space, one travels up a rap in a full circle into the religious gathering space. Large stone panels flank the space with glowing light from behind. The main light source into the space shines down from a full height courtyard in the center of the building. The lighting within the space evokes a heavenly atmosphere.   After leaving the religious space, a ramp continues the journey to the top floor that provides a final event space that looks out over both the religious space and the courtyard below.   On the first floor an additional gathering space, a multi-use classroom, offices and BOH spaces are nestled within the base of the building.

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SWISS DETAIL MACHINE Holz Und Stein Study Abroad Exhibition Cincinnati, OH Fall, 2017 CINSTRUCTION METHODS USED: Concrete Mixing Cross Laminated Wod Welding Drilling Screwing Glueing

CONCEPT   After our study abroad trip to 18 cities across Europe in two months, we returned to the University of Cincinnati and cultivated an exhibition to display our discoveries and insights based on our travels.   Our group of 18 students broke up into four groups to concentrate on the four regions we explored. I chose to contribute to the Alpine regional group. We focused mainly on the mountainous architecture of Switzerland and Western Austria. Each building was simple in look but complicated in construction with a variety of attachement methods. All of the construction was intricately detailed and hiden within the construction to maintain a simplistic look and puzzle the view on how it is standing. All constructions had many layers to them to provide additional thermal protection against the harsh winter temperatures.   Our Detail machine displays a hidden complexity to its construction. The layering of materials represents the darker exterior of construction and the warm tones of the interior. The screens and Cross laminated timber mimic Group Members: Anna Kendrick, Christine Anneken, Connor Kramer, Kriti Chaudhry, John Garrison, Srimoyee Sinha

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THANK YOU. Anna Kendrick (513) 607-3931 kendrias@mail.uc.edu

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