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Mississippi State University 2012-2016

EDUCATION

Starkville, MS

CAMPUS

EXTRACURRICULAR

Member of Delta Delta Delta Sorority, 2012-Present

Montgomery Leadership Program Fellow, ,2013-2015

GPA: 3.87 Bachelor of Science in Interior Design Program Accredited by Council for Interior Design Accreditation

WORK EXPERIENCE

Intern, Sullivan’s Ofice Supply, 2015

Engaged in all stages of design including client meetings, site visits, drafting, creating furniture plan and furniture package with FF&E selections.

Lowes, Summer 2014

Holly Millikan Interiors LLC, May 2013

Shadowed a small business owner in Kosciusko, MS to learn about residential design.

COMMUNITY SERVICE

Volunteer, Salvation Army Food Pantry, 2015

Recruiting Event Volunteer, College of Architecture, Art, and Design, 2015 & 2016 Volunteer, Starkville, MS Pine Lake Care Center and Food Pantry, 2013-2014

Volunteer, Boys and Girls Club Volunteer, Starkville MS, 2013 Tutor, Project CLASS, 2012

Volunteered to tutor 3rd graders in the Starkville School District at Ward Stewart Elementary School.

Selected to participate in MLP to engage in community service opportunities and work with incoming freshman to encourage them to give back to their community through volunteering.

Ambassador, College of Architecture, Art, and Design, 2015 Committee Member, MSU Student Association Transfer Student Affairs, 2013-2014 Committee Member, MSU Student Association Special Events, 2012-2013 INTERIOR DESIGN

Board Member, ASID Student Representative to the South Central Regional Board, 2015-2016 President MSU ASID Student Chapter, 2015-2016

President-Elect for MSU ASID Student Chapter, 2014-2015 Express Ourselves: An Exhibit of Creative Diversity, April 2015

A collaboration between EXPRESS yourself artists and MSU’s Colleges of Architecture, Art, & Design and Ag & Life Sciences. A lamp I created in a “Color and Lighting” course was displayed at the art show.

Participant in National Geographic Cabin Fever Show, 2015

Participated in student ceiling design competition at MSU and created the electrical plan used for the home.


CONTACT Annastrohm32@yahoo.com www.annastrohm.weebly.com 605 Tywater Crossing Blvd Franklin, TN 37064 479-616-8705

AWA R D S + H O N O R S SCHOLASTIC

Celia Moh National Scholarship Recipient, 2015 Presidents List, 2012-2016

Member of National Society of Collegiate Scholars, 2013-Present

Member of Sigma Alpha Lambda Honor Society, 2012-2015 American Home Furnishing Alliance Scholarship, 2013 Non-Residency Scholarship, 2012-2015 INTERIOR DESIGN

Speaker at ASID South Central Career Day and Design University, 2016 Gold Award, Healthcare, 2016

2016 ASID Student Design Competition, South Central Conference

Silver Award, Large Scale Commercial, 2016

2016 ASID Student Design Competition, South Central Conference

2nd Place MSU Brasield & Gorrie Collaborative Competition, 2015 3rd Place Commercial Design Team Retail Award, 2015 2015 ASID Student Design Competition, South Central Conference

1st Place Computer Generated Rendering Team Award, 2015 2015 ASID Student Design Competition, South Central Conference

COMPUTER SKILLS

Proiciency 1 Illustrator InDesign Photoshop Autocad Revit Sketchup Rhino Microsoft Word Microsoft Excel Microsoft Powerpoint

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HOSPITALITY

HOSPITALITY

HEALTHCARE

CORPORATE

CORPORATE

3 11 17 25 31 The Plinth Boutique Hotel

Woomera Restaurant

Silesia Dermatology and Spa

Thread Call Center Headquarters

Next Coworking Office


RESIDENTIAL

RETAIL

RETAIL

RETAIL

CREATIVE

39 45 51 55 59 Cabin Fever Cabin in the woods

MAFES Sales Store Cheese Store

Sweetgum Brewery Brasfield & Gorrie Competition

Pastel’s Bake Shop Educational Bakery

Creative


HOSPITALITY

HOSPITALITY

3 11 The Plinth Boutique Hotel

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Woomera Restaurant


HOSPITALITY 2


Silver Award Hospitality Regional Award 2016

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THE

PLINTH

HOTEL

OBJECTIVE: Work in a three person team to complete a downtown hotel renovation and spec package. The 18 story structure consists of a lobby, several guest levels, and a rooftop bar and grill. SOLUTION: The hotel, located in Miami, Florida is inspired by the Wynwood Arts District, which is one of the world’s largest open air street-art installations in the world. This became the inspiration for every choice made for the hotel. Plinth is a pedestal or slab like member below a column. The hotel structure acts as a blank canvas to showcase the art, making it the focal point. Vertical architectural columns parallel the idea of a plinth with traditional molding on the face of each column. This space is intended to place art on a plinth or pedestal for both locals and hotel guests to experience. CONCEPT: Wynwood Walls is a specific area encompassing many warehouse buildings to showcase street art and graffiti. The visionary behind Wynwood Walls, Tony Goldman, wanted to create an area to bring attention to under appreciated art and give exposure to artists from all around the world. Branching off of this idea, The Plinth design intent is to create a space that exposes guests to all forms of art. The main goal is to create an art gallery essence throughout the entire hotel for guests and visitors to experience. By utilizing vibrant colors against simple backgrounds, the theme mimics a gallery with unconventional pieces of art displayed throughout. CONTRIBUTIONS: Research, Concept development, Interior Renderings, Revit Component Building, Space Planning, FF&E, Specifications, and Model Building DURATION: 4 Weeks SOFTWARE: Revit, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe InDesign, Adobe Photoshop SQUARE FOOTAGE: 29,000 SF

CONCEPT IMAGES

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THE PLINTH HOTEL

Level 1 Reception Lobby Envy Art Gallery Euphoria Bar Elation Restaurant Levels 2-17 Guestrooms Level 18 Rooftop Pool Elude Bar & Grill

NOTES The lobby and entry are meant to mimic an art gallery and draw guests attention to the pieces of art spread throughout. The elevator doors and wall feature art by Wynwood Walls artists to create a bold entry that also denotes where the elevators are easily. Upon entry the receptionist is visible along with the bar and lounge seating in front of the elevators. This was done purposefully to allow guests to easily see all The Plinth has to offer.

1 2 3 4

Elation Restaurant Euphoria Bar Lobby

5 6 7 8 9

Reception

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3 9 4

7 8

Material Selection

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10

Rendered Floorplan Level 1

Lobby Custom Sofa

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6

Bar countertop

Accent Fabric - Pillows

Concierge Restroom Office

10 Envy Art Gallery

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Booth Fabric

Valet Luggage

BRANDING AND GRAPHICS


Lobby/open space near Envy Art Gallery with multiple murals displayed

Custom cash wrap designed for retail art space

NOTES Hand rendering of inside the Art Gallery retail space. Multiple platforms, adjustable wire shelving, and wall space to display sculptures, installations, or canvas art.

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Material Selection

Bar stool fabric

Bar countertop

Decorative tile on bar

FF&E Selections

THE PLINTH HOTEL

NOTES The Restaurant and Bar are located near the kitchen and main entrance. This allows guests, and those in the local area, to easily locate Elation. The murals seen throughout dictate the colors selected for that particular area. In this case the blue, ochre yellow, and black are pulled from the mural to guide finish selections. White is the base with texture added through molding, tile selection, and textural fabrics.

Dining chair fabric

Euphoria Bar/Cafe located near restaurant and entrance for visibility

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Key Plan for renderings below

Elation Restaurant with mural and white frames to provide separation


Typical guest room with custom wallpaper

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Suite seating area with vibrant rug and simple linear furniture

NOTES Each room features a King custom wall paper, as Queen seen in the rendering Suite above, behind the ADA Accessible headboard. A custom carpet covers the corridors. Double Double

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3D Guest room maquette

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3 Guest level elevator elevation with custom mural

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THE PLINTH HOTEL

1 Private

4 Bar/ Restaurant

Lounge

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2 Fire Pit 3 Covered

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Seating

5 Pool 6 Stage 7 Restroom

Material Selection

Lounge chair fabric

7 3 Booth fabric

3

6

Booth fabric

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Booth fabric

Rendered Floorplan Pool, metal arbor with green pavers, and metal art sculpture/stage

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Rooftop illuminated bar and surrounding seating


The Plinth tower with seating and private cabanas

3D Model of Rooftop

NOTES The rooftop design embraces Miami’s vibrant nightlife. Multiple parties and functional pieces can accommodate any party size or event. A large structural piece of art made of aluminum is one of the focal points that provides space for live entertainment or extra seating.

Elude rooftop bar and grill covered seating area

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OMMERCIAL

WOOMERA

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WOOMERA RESTAURANT OBJECTIVE: Design an international restaurant based on research of local culture of assigned country. Create a space that can cater to a variety of seating arrangements and attracts both locals and visitors. Branding and restaurant ambiance should be developed and cohesive. SOLUTION: Based on the abstract idea of Australia’s Aboriginal Dreamtime, different textures and materials are used to define spaces and provide a variety of seating options for guests. A ceiling structure will bring the height of the space down and spatially differentiate the specific areas. A multitude of seating will also be provided to comfort any personal preference and to visually show the different dining spaces. All design decisions will stem from the aboriginal culture, the land they live off of, and their customs. CONCEPT: The aboriginal culture is the oldest living civilization on the Earth and the original inhabitants of Australia. Their society is based off of Dreamtime, which is when they believe the world was created. Dreamtime is made up of ancestors and the idea that the land is not owned by people, but rather owns the people. The history of Dreamtime serves as the inspiration for the design of the restaurant. Woomera emphasizes the three main sectors of Dreamtime which are the Human World, Physical World, and Sacred World. Like these three phases, the design should evoke various moods through defined areas that provide an experience when moving through the restaurant, like all the different phases of aboriginal creation. Through organic shape and form, the customers will be lead through the restaurant as they become curious to discover the different spaces. DURATION: 4 Weeks SOFTWARE: Revit, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe InDesign, Adobe Photoshop, Microsoft Excel SQUARE FOOTAGE: 6,800 SF

CONCEPT IMAGES

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WOOMERA RESTAURANT

Programming

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Material Selection

Entry bench fabric

Bar front

Bar countertop

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Hostess stand countertop

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Outdoor Dining Hostess Stand

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BBQ Private Dining Restroom Booth Seating Bar Kitchen

NOTES Accommodations available for many party sizes with private dining space. BBQ area incorporated to honor Australian tradition.

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Cash wrap and display area

Bar height, table height, and booth seating NOTES Furniture selections are simple to allow textures and materials to become the focal point. The wood feature wall behind the bar brings warmth to the space and provides display/storage space.

FF&E Selections

Exterior Facade

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HEALTHCARE

17 Silesia Dermatology and Spa

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HEALTHCARE 16


OMMERCIAL

SILESIA

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1st Place Healthcare MSU ASID Competition 2015

Gold Award Healthcare Regional Award 2016


SILESIA SPA DERMATOLOGY

AND

OBJECTIVE: Using an existing building create both a spa and dermatology clinic. Space planning requirements must be met including number of patient rooms, waiting area minimum seating, and proximity from space to space. SOLUTION: Create two distinct spaces for spa and dermatology that are cohesive with two different entrances. Through the use of extensive programming and research, best paths of travel and use of space are found with private and public areas clearly defined. CONCEPT: One visits a spa or dermatology clinic to find healing and renewal. Light therapy, through the use of ultraviolet light, is often used to cure different types of skin diseases such as psoriasis, vitiligo, eczema and other inflammatory skin disorders. Through investigating and researching the properties of ultraviolet light and the general study of light waves and patterns, the space is designed to promote healing. The environment is warm and inviting, much like the sun’s rays which contain certain types of ultraviolet light. Ultraviolet literally means “beyond violet” which can be understood by the light spectrum because ultraviolet is an invisible light just beyond the visible spectrum. The spa and dermatology services go beyond what can be seen on the surface of the skin and provide benefits below the skin surface to keep clients healthy and beautiful from the inside out. DURATION: 3 Weeks SOFTWARE: Revit, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe InDesign, Adobe Photoshop, Microsoft Excel SQUARE FOOTAGE: 10,500 SF

CONCEPT IMAGES

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SILESIA SPA AND DERMATOLOGY

Reqired

ua nt ity As sig na bl e SF SU BT (= o t a qu l a n AS tity F Pu xa bli cA sf Da ) c yli ces g Pr ht a s iva nd c /o rV Pl y um ie w bi Sp ng ec ia lE qu ip

Space 1 EMPLOYEE SPACE 2 RECEPTIONIST 3 SUPPORT SPACE 4 LOBBY 5 STORAGE 6 MEDIUM TREATMENT ROOMS 7 LARGE TREATMENT ROOMS 8 RESTROOMS 9 PRODUCT DISPLAY 10 WAITING AREA A Total Assignable SF B Circulation % __25____ Multiplier _.33___ C Total Usable SF Req. D Available E Over/Under

Special Considerations

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Programming

Program Usable Sq. Ft. Requirements: Spa

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300

300

1 1 6

200 100 150

200 100 900

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180

360

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65 200 200

OPEN TO WAITING AREA X 

GUEST CHAIR AND STOOL

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GUEST CHAIR AND STOOL

Bubble Diagrams

Spa Adjacency Diagram

RR RECEPONIST LOBBY

MEDIUM TREATMENT ROOMS WAITING AREA

130  200   DIFFERENT TYPES AND AMPLE ROOM 200   OPEN TO PRODUCT DISPLAY 2,390 = Sum of SUBTotal ASF 789 = Line A x Circulation Multiplier

EMPLOYEE AND CLIENT

SPACES CLIENTS USE

EMPLOYEE SPACE ONLY

STORAGE

EMPLOYEE RR

BREAKROOM

Important 

STRONG CORRELATION MEDIUM CORRELATION KEY

Medical Clinic Adjacency Diagram

3,179 = A + B 3,160 Space Availale in theprosepctive project space -19 = D - C (positive means extra space, negative means needs more space 

STORAGE

PRODUCT DISPLAY

LARGE TREATMENT ROOMS

Detrimental X

BUSINESS OOFFICE C

SAMPLES

LAB

Program Usable Sq. Ft. Requirements: Dermatology

C D E

Reqired

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EXAM ROOMS PATIENT RESTROOMS LOBBY/WAITING AREA SAMPLES PROCEDURE ROOMS Total Assignable SF Circulation % __25____ Multiplier _.33___ Total Usable SF Req. Available Over/Under

300 160 220 220 200

300 160 220 220 200

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1 1 1 1 1 1

225 350 80 60 100 100

225 350 80 60 100 100

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300 100

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160 50 500 60 200

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CHECK IN/OUT WINDOW, OPEN TO LOBBY

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CENTRAL LOCATION TO EXAM ROOMS

LAUNDR Y ROOM SOILED LINEN ROOM

ELECTRIAL AND TELECOM SPACE

EXAM ROOMS

STERILE LINEN ROOM STRONG CORRELATION MEDIUM CORRELATION

KEY SPACES CLIENTS USE

EMPLOYEE OFFICES

NURSE PER ROOM, 8 TOTAL     

EMPLOYEE SPACE ONLY

 CLOSE TO DOCTOR SEPARATE DEFINED SPACE

BREAKROOM

NO WINDOWS PERFERABLY

ADA

  960 X      150  500 60 X X 400 X    4,885 = Sum of SUBTotal ASF 1,612 = Line A x Circulation Multiplier

Important 

DOCTOR OFFICE

LOBBY/WAITING AREA

6,497 = A + B 7,373 Space Availale in theprosepctive project space 876 = D - C (positive means extra space, negative means needs more space 

PROCEDURE ROOMS

RECEPTIONIST

Detrimental X

Block Diagram

17 18 19 20 21 A B

1 1 1 1 1

BUSINESS MANAGER

NURSE PRACTITIONER OFFICE

PATIENT RR

Special Considerations

Q

Space 1 EMPLOYEE SPACE 2 RECEPTIONIST 3 BUSINESS MANAGER 4 BUSINESS OFFICE 5 DOCTOR OFFICE 6 NURSE PRACTITIONER OFFICE 7 NURSES STATION 8 SUPPORT SPACE 9 LAB 10 BREAKROOM 11 LAUNDRY ROOM 12 SOILED LINEN ROOM 13 STERILE LINEN ROOM 14 ELECTRICAL AND TELECOM SPACE 15 STORAGE 16 EMPLOYEE RESTROOM

NURSE STATION

LAUND SOILED STERIL RY EMPLOYEE ELECTRICAL RESTROOM

EXAM 1

DOCTOR OFFICE

N.P. OFFICE

BUSINESS MANAGER

BUSINES S OFFICE

LOBBY/WAITING DERM.

SAMPLES NURSE STATION SPA LOBBY

STORAGE

EXAM 2 PROCEDURE 1

PROCEDURE 2

LAB

EXAM 3 EXAM 4

DERM. RECEPONIST

EXAM 5

EXAM 6

MED. TREATME NT 1

MED. TREATME NT 2

SPA RECEPTIONIS T MED. TREATME NT 3

SPA WAITING AREA SPA PRODUCT DISPLAY

MED. TREATME NT 4

STO RAG E MED. TREATME NT 5

PATIENT RESTROOM LARGE TREATMENT 2

LARGE TREATMENT 1


GOALS MEDICAL -Provide a healing environment through modern services like UV light therapy -Offer a floor pattern that provides for easy way finding -Provide signage that depicts patient and employee spaces -Place nurse station in a central location in relation to the exam and procedure rooms GOALS SPA -Use light pattern and color to create an interesting and soothing environment -Have designated public and private spaces to assure treatment rooms are quite and undisturbed -Provide ample product display area -Provide a receptionist area to greet customers combined with a semiprivate space for manager to work on finances and scheduling

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SPA 1 2 3 4 5 6

Lobby Reception Product Display Restrooms Treatment Room Nail Bar

DERMATOLOGY 7 Reception 8 Restroom 9 Waiting Area 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19

Doctor Office N.P. Office Breakroom Business Office Business Manager Laundry Lab Storage Nurse Station Exam Room

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20 Patient Room 21 Procedure Room

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Rendered Floorplan

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SILESIA SPA AND DERMATOLOGY Description of Rendering: The Receptionist desk features a triangular pattern on the front that is slightly backlit to imitate light dispersion through a prism. The triangle pattern is mimicked on the ceiling through cut-out dropped ceiling tiles. The wall has ample shelving for product display and the floating displays feature point of sale products. Lumicor resin material is used again in the Spa to provide a more private area for paperwork, billing, etc.

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Check in is located near the front door to make wayfinding easier for patients. The counter continues to wrap around to allow space for up to three employees. A divider wall between the front counter and seating provides privacy for a customer checking in or out.

The Procedure room incorporates multiple seating options for the doctor and patient and/or guests. Natural light is provided with an adjustable roller shade for privacy. The patient chair is placed away from the wall to allow the doctor to move around all sides.

FF&E Selections

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CORPORATE

CORPORATE

25 31 Thread Call Center Headquarters

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Next Coworking Office


CORPORATE 24


OMMERCIAL 25


THREAD CENTER

CALL

OBJECTIVE: Using an existing building, create a call center’s headquarters for a company of your creation. Justify why the company would need a call center and develop branding to drive the concept. Primary furniture selections should be Steelcase and the space should create a sense of pride in the employees that work in the space. SOLUTION: Develop a space that meets all program requirements including the number of employees to house in call center area, cafe, and private offices. Create unity among all spaces, regardless of what ranking the user may be within the company. The concept should be based on the company created and their mission as a business. CONCEPT: Thread is an online fashion stylist company focusing on supporting handmade clothing, accessories, and shoes. When a customer signs up for Thread’s services, they are asked to answer a series of questions to identify their personal style and interests in investing in Thread. Employees then interpret this information and compile the customer’s monthly clothing package. The purpose of the call center is to take the customers’ calls about how they liked or disliked their monthly package, how their experience can be improved, what pieces are fitting them in size and style, handling customer complaints, and contacting different small business or clothing designers to begin contracts with Thread so their clothing can be sold through the company. To support small local markets and find unique, eclectic clothing to bring to anyone’s door step is the main goal of Thread. With personal style questions and direct conversations with Thread stylists, the hope is to create a company that has excellent customer service and passion for what they do. DURATION: 4 Weeks SOFTWARE: Revit, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe InDesign, Adobe Photoshop, Microsoft Excel SQUARE FOOTAGE: 37,000 SF

CONCEPT IMAGES

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THREAD CALL CENTER

Programming

Stacking Diagram Call Center Administration 1,387 SF

Call Center Sales 15,150 SF

Common Space 2,500 SF

UP

Human Resources Training 4,030 SF

Human Resources HPE 3,086 SF

IT Help Information Technology BIS Desk 912 SF 6,065 SF

UP

Common Space 4,145 SF

COMPANY GOALS -Global market brought to doorstep -Want to hear about customer satisfaction or dissatisfaction -Supportive, collaborative call center atmosphere -Employee’s to feel at home and that they have a voice, much like Thread showcases the works of clothing makers that would not usually be seen in stores -Work to have little definition between different branches of company -Come to work and be yourself while being productive

1st Floor Adjacency Diagram Scale: NTS

Adjacency Diagram Legend Call Center Administration Call Center Sales Common Space

Human Resources HPA Information Technology BIS Information Technology Help Desk

Human Resources Training

Material Selection

Task chair fabric UP

UP

Cafe laminate

2nd Floor Adjacency Diagram

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Call Center feature wall covering

Scale: NTS


Open work stations positioned near the windows to allow the maximum amount of light to enter the building. This allows gypsum or moveable walls to be located toward the core of the building.

Steelcase movable walls/panels, with glass inserts, are used when possible to provide for growth in the future and allow sunlight flood the building. The walls are aesthetically pleasing and can be personalized to showcase the company logo or have different levels of privacy.

Meeting Room Rm. 1311

The copy/coffee/mail area is located near the back of the building near the windows to provide a space people want to travel to and socialize or take a small break. It is built for the employees and to encourage interaction with one another to build relationships between coworkers.

Copy/ Coffee/ Mail Rm. 1414

Copy/ Coffee/ Mail Rm. 1414 Manager Rm. 1310

Manager Rm. 1413

Manager Rm. 1309

Manager Rm. 1412

Professionals Rm. 1409 Professionals Rm. 1408

Meeting Room Rm. 1308 Professionals Rm. 1312

Professionals/ Vendors Rm. 1314

Professionals Rm. 1313

Satellite Closet Rm. 1304

Admin. Asst. Rm. 1305

Manager Rm. 1307

Manager Rm. 1306

Manager Rm. 1411

Manager Rm. 1410

Manager Rm. 1303

Manager Rm. 1302

Manager Rm. 1407

Manager Rm. 1406

Manager Rm. 1405

Admin. Asst. Rm. 1404

Professionals Rm. 1402 Director Rm. 1403

Manager Rm. 111

Medium Conference Rm. 1300 UP

Library Rm. 1301

Manager Rm. 1112

Women’s Restroom Rm. 1500

Manager Rm. 1109

Manager Rm. 1110

Manager Rm. 1111

Manager Rm. 1105

Manager Rm. 1104

Manager Rm. 1103

Director Rm. 1102

Corporate Director Rm. 1106

Training Supplies Rm. 1401

Men’s Restroom Rm. 1501

UP

Common Work Area Rm. 1205 Manager Admin. Asst. Rm. 1108 Rm. 1107

Open Lounge Rm. 1400

Training Room Rm. 1210

Mechanical/ Technical Data/ Telecom Rm. 1502 Rm. 1503

Large Conference Rm. 1113

Corporate Director Rm. 1207

Testing Room Rm. 1206

Satellite Closet Rm. 1208

Professionals Rm. 1209

Bench Test Room Rm. 1101

Meeting Room Meeting Room Interview Room Rm. 1200 Rm. 1201 Rm. 1202

Corporate Director Rm. 1203

Professionals Rm. 1204

Reception Rm. 1100

1st Floor Plan Curved walls are added to both wings of the building to mimic the more fluid movement of thread moving through fabric. It creates an interesting area for employees to experience on a daily basis.

These work stations provide additional seating and storage in the cushioned storage cabinet, which saves space and adds function to the professional work area.

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THREAD CALL CENTER Breakroom Rm. 2102 Locker Room Rm. 2311

Copy/ Coffee/ Mail Rm. 2312

Coaching Room Rm. 2309

Breakroom Rm. 2102

Coaching Room Rm. 2310

Agents Rm. 2100 Resource Room Rm. 2304 Raised Hub Rm. 2101

Satellite Closet Rm. 2305

Men’s Restroom Rm. 2501

Coaching Room Rm. 2208

Coaching Room Rm. 2209

Director Rm. 2300

Common Work Area Rm. 2301

Private Lounge Rm. 2201 Private Lounge Rm. 2200

Board Layout Examples

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The open lounge area is located next to the coffee and copy area to allow employees a space to converse, away from permenant workstations. The large lounge can be used for small casual meetings, with a tv monitor for presentations.

Nurse Station Rm. 2308

Copy/ Coffee/ Mail Rm. 2202

Admin. Asst. Rm. 2302

Supervisor Rm. 2303 UP

Nurse Stations are compactly located together to provide a designated area for emergency situations.

Coaching Room Rm. 2210 Manager Rm. 2212

2nd Floor Plan

Nurse Station Rm. 2307

Mechanical/ Technical Data/ Telecom Rm. 2502 Rm. 2503 Women’s Restroom Rm. 2500

UP

Nurse Station Rm. 2306

Manager Rm. 2213

Medium Conference Rm. 2211 Satellite Closet Rm. 2123

Professionals Rm. 2207

System Coor. Rm. 2206 Professionals Rm. 2204

Additional private lounge spaces built to provide a place for employees to take personal phone calls or get work done in complete silence. This is especially for the call center employees who work in a loud environment daily, and in the case of an emergency would need a quite place to take or receive a phone call.

Schedulers Rm. 2205

Having the filing area in the middle of work stations provides an opportunity to add a surface to the top of the files where employees can meet and collaborate about projects or assignments.

The Breakroom is divided into two different areas with large walkways connecting the two. This provides one cooking area and one area for eating, snacking, and watching television. It provides a way to contain cooking odors and food products.


This break area allows bar height and booth seating with vending and cooking appliances located across the hall. This allow a quite space apart from microwaves and cooking noise. It is also located off the main hallway for easy wayfinding and to encourage employees to use the space to network and communicate.

The agent area features a colorful ceiling through the use of baffles. The color seen in the ceiling is reflected in the task chair fabric and the wallpaper. Each desk features a glass tile panel above for extra privacy, storage below and a mounting bracket for computer monitors.

FF&E Selections

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OMMERCIAL

Silver Award Commercial Regional Award 2016

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NEXT

COWORKING

OBJECTIVE: Enter the Steelcase NEXT Coworking competition and meet all programming requirements per the competition. Through research of Steelcase products and coworking spaces, develop a space plan for an existing downtown Atlanta building. SOLUTION: Through an innovative work environment and choice of palette and posture by the user, NEXT provides a productive, welcoming space for a variety of users from different fields. The project focuses on the use of functional furniture that supports group and individual work, sustainable materials, and optimization of square footage. CONCEPT: Next is an innovative space for users from all different backgrounds and professions to use as their own office space. The collaboration and functionality that the space possesses parallels to the systematic and collaborative way ants live inside the colony and within the animal world. Life inside the ant colony has been studied and even applied to computer models to obtain optimal solutions from decentralized elements working randomly and exchanging simple information. These creatures change movement patterns based on individual interactions and create intricate tunnels and channels to carry out their tasks. There are many different types of ants with different duties within one colony. Much like how there will be many different professionals within one Next space. The space needs to be flexible and functional, so that all professionals see it as productive place that they want to frequent. Since this is a new Next location it is important to create an environment that is well branded and keeps members coming back. This means the work environment must provide autonomy to professionals on where and how they sit and work, provide an optimal work/life balance, and provide an overall interconnected, collaborative, and inspirational space. DURATION: 4 Weeks SOFTWARE: Revit, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe InDesign, Adobe Photoshop, Microsoft Excel, AutoCAD SQUARE FOOTAGE: 18,500 SF

CONCEPT IMAGES

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NOTES Preliminary research on the mission of NEXT is done to understand company goals. Then space plan and design develops around the idea of collaboration and functionality. Every work place strives to be as efficient and welcoming as possible. With many of the furniture pieces selected, the spaces can be rearranged and moved around very easily. This also allows for a pallet of postures and choice in how to work. Considering the palette of posture the spaces are designed to meet workers needs including public, together, private, and alone spaces. This allows for collaboration and community while also addressing the need for private, heads down focus areas for certain types of work.

Programming

NEXT COWORKING

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2 1st Floor

Material Selection

Workcafe booth fabric

Entry Resource Ideation Restroom Forum/Classroom Workcafe

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3

Waiting lounge chair fabric

2nd Floor 7 Open Office 8 Lounge 9 Video Conference Level 2 lounge fabric Bar Countertop

Workcafe wallcovering

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Inbetween Resource Studio

Project Room 14 Private Office 15 Private Enclaves

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FF&E Selections

Meeting space located in private rooms with moveable furniture and tools like presentation screens and whiteboards.

Private office space is located away from he open office for acoustical purposes. Offices are private but still have moveable walls with glass inserts so there is open visibility.

Open office space features smaller gathering areas outside of the benching. A large round sofa can work for small meetings or large group talk.

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NEXT COWORKING

Fixtures

Custom pipe lighting fixture similar to the patterns seen in a cross-section of a built colony Level 1 0' - 0"

WORKCAFE

Custom pipe like fixture on feature wall in work cafe

Bar height tables with TV’s to allow for long term project space

General lighting used throughout space

Round Cycle LED light feature

Drum shade overhead lighting in open office

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Gypsum clouds above work stations to address acoustics and provide more direct lighting above desks

Kriska Decor Moveable Chain Drapey mimicking the channels and chains of operation within the colony

Level 2 13' - 6"

OPEN OFFICE

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RESIDENTIAL

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CABIN

FEVER

OBJECTIVE: Work in five person team to complete three options for a ceiling design for a cabin in Kosciusko, Mississippi. I personally developed the electrical plan used for the cabin as well. The Cabin was featured on the National Geographic show ‘Cabin Fever.’ SOLUTION: Develop three ceiling design possibilities using corrugated tin and wood. CONCEPT: Taking in the natural elements surrounding the Cabin, the ceiling designs reflect objects or ideas found in nature. The tin and wood create an interesting contrast and blend well with the other finishes seen in the space. CONTRIBUTIONS: Concept development, Interior Renderings, Revit Component Building DURATION: 2 Weeks SOFTWARE: AutoCAD, Revit, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Photoshop SQUARE FOOTAGE: 2,300 SF

CONCEPT IMAGES

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CABIN FEVER

Inspirational Images

NOTES Three ceiling designs were developed for the cabin ceiling. All three were submitted to the client as possible options to be built. Below is the design the client choose.

The Cabin is located in dense woods in Mississippi. Inspiration is drawn from the natural landscape surrounding the site and the idea of sunlight shining through dense woods. The light pattern and rays are incorporated into the burst like shape of wood structures on the ceiling.

Flattened plan view of wood planks on ceiling

Revit model showing section cut through home and how ceiling detail would be built.

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NOTES Revit model showing layering of materials and how wooden planks interact with king post and center beam.


CABIN RCP NOTES RCP developed for the cabin. A combination of ceiling based fixtures, can lights, and fans are used throughout. On the 8’ wrap around porch features outdoor fans.

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RETAIL

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Sweetgum Brewery Brasfield & Gorrie Competition

Pastel’s Bake Shop Educational Bakery


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OMMERCIAL

3rd Place Commercial Design Team Retail Regional Award 2015

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THE

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OBJECTIVE: Work in a three person team to complete a renovation plan for the current MAFES Cheese Store on Mississippi State Campus. SOLUTION: Develop a space that is true to the current space requirements and study paths of travel for increasing efficiency in the store. Address requirements of the Manager such as line of sight, storage needs, and employee designated space. CONCEPT: Mississippi State University prides itself on the history and traditions embedded within the culture of the institution. “True Maroon” is a common theme and culture experienced on campus in many aspects. The MAFES retail store has been a part of Mississippi State’s campus and the agricultural department since 1938. Through dedication and passion of crafting cheese, the store has become very successful. Like the MSU spirit, the space will be a lively reflection of the true maroon ideals that alumni, students, and visitors all experience. Through purposeful design, customers are lead through the space with high efficiency and a clearly defined flow of traffic. To unify the space, mixed materials with various textures on the vertical surfaces creates multiple visual interests. Elements of “True Maroon” inspire the design decisions throughout the MAFES retail shop to evoke a handcrafted and industrialized space. CONTRIBUTIONS: Research, Concept development, Interior Renderings, Revit Component Building, Space Planning, FF&E DURATION: 2 Weeks SOFTWARE: Revit, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe InDesign, Adobe Photoshop SQUARE FOOTAGE: 3,200 SF

CONCEPT IMAGES

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Entry Retail Space Cashwrap Student Workers Restroom Accountants Manager Student Workers Packaging/ Storage

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NOTES The MAFES Cheese Store located on MSU campus is connected to the cheese factory/ production space and expansion was not an option. Through meeting with the manager, it was apparent the space had many needs in order to accommodate student workers, as well as full time employees. Traffic flow and visibility were a large concern and drove many design decisions.

Programming

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Room Restroom Manager's Office Work Station A & B Package & Shipping Area Cash Wrap/Retail Space Storage Student Worker Space A & B

Adjacent 5 7, 3 2 7 1, 7, 6 5 2, 4, 7

Privacy H H H L L M M

Criteria Matrix Daylight Plumbing L Y H N M N L N M N L N M N

Sq. Ft. Public Access 43 Y 120 N 120 N 150 N 1116 Y 96 N 80 N

Special Considerations ADA Accessible Viewing area of retail space Pedestal filing and storage Lateral and vertical storage 4 stacked printers and 2 computers For decorations and product 2 computers


RCP Lighting Legend Image

Cashwrap Elevation

Symbol

Quantity Manufacturer 36 Tech Lighting Cable Track Fixture

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DareStudio Cage Lamp Pendants

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Cooper Lighting Portfolio Recessed Can Lamps

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Quasar Universal Square Pendant Lamp

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THE CHEESE STORE

Material Selection

Cashwrap accent tile

HPL in offices

Task chair fabric

Cashwrap and back entrance with display space for local news and events Flooring

Cashwrap with feature wall and cooler space with additional storage

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FF&E Selections NOTES Coolers are cased in a rustic metal to compliment the barn door like cabinets above and sliding barn door on nearby wall. All elements are chosen to compliment the history and production of the cheese and other goods sold in the store. The goal was to create a space that was beautiful but fit in with the rest of campus. The MAFES Cheese Store is a unit of the Mississippi Agricultural and Forestry Experiment Station and the shop reflects this in the design.

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OMMERCIAL

2rd Place MSU Competition 2015

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BRASFIELD & COMPETITION

GORRIE

OBJECTIVE: Work in interdisciplinary team composed of interior design, building construction science, architecture, and graphic design to renovate an existing building in Starkville, Mississippi to cater to the needs of Sweetgum Micro brewery. SOLUTION: Develop a space that allows for future expansion in terms of equipment and accommodates brewery tours and staff needs. Address site plan, LEED certification requirements, and overall appeal to the Starkville Community and brewery owners. CONCEPT: The brewing process involves transforming rough raw ingredients into a refined liquid. To capitalize on this transformation, the exterior of the building will be in stark contrast to the interior, leading consumers through the natural established exterior into the manipulated interior. The material selection will be based upon this natural to refined concept. By using raw copper, rough wood and concrete, a transition will be created from the rough, weathered outside into the polished refined materials reflected in the machinery. Through the space plan and the interesting design details, the area can be used for day to day brew operations, tours, and also rented out for events. This provides the owner with an additional source of income to offset the initial costs of start up. CONTRIBUTIONS: Research, Concept development, Interior Renderings, Revit Component Building, Space Planning, FF&E DURATION: 2 Weeks SOFTWARE: Revit, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe InDesign, Adobe Photoshop, Microsoft Excel SQUARE FOOTAGE: 3,800 SF

CONCEPT IMAGES

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SWEETGUM MICRO BREWERY

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Washing

Material Selection

Wood wall accent material

Lighting Legend Symbol

Description Pendant Light Recessed Can Light

Receptionist countertop

Smoke Detector Sprinkler Exit Sign LED Recessed Corelight Supply

Wood wall material

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Return

Reflected Ceiling Plan

NOTES Concrete flooring and cost effective carpet tile in the office for acoustics. Shelving wall in brew area for keg storage.


Brew Tasting Room with viewing window into the equipment room

Entrance counter with logo to support strong branding

Public Transportation Access Water Efficient Landscape Building Reuse Materials Reuse

Section A

NOTES Roof space maximized to allow for height of equipment and emphasize the metallic brew equipment. Create a voluminous space for employees and customers.

NOTES FF&E functional and moveable. Furniture can be arranged to cater to various applications such as brewery tours, staff needs, and private events.

FF&E Selections

Section B

Regional Materials

LEED Considerations

Development Density and Community Connectivity

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OMMERCIAL

1st Place Computer Generated Rendering Regional Award 2015

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PASTEL’S BAKE SHOP OBJECTIVE: Work in a two person team to complete a Cooper sponsored lighting competition. The design must showcase Cooper Lighting products in any setting one chooses. SOLUTION: Develop a space that allows innovative lighting treatments and unconventional ways to illuminate the space. Through the use of backlit ceiling tiles and other Cooper products, many levels of lighting were created. CONCEPT: Pastel’s bake shop and educational center is a full time bakery and part-time cooking school. Each pastry is made with special care and individual detail, so no two are decorated the same. Just like the scales of a fish, one will not find two pastries that are exactly the same in the shop. Much like the theme found in the ‘Rainbow Fish’ children’s novel by Mark Pfister, giving back is incorporated into Pastel’s business goals. By providing educational cooking classes, Pastel’s is able to share the joy of cooking with others and give back to the customers that are so loyal to the brand and mission of Pastel’s. CONTRIBUTIONS: Research, Concept development, Interior Renderings, Revit Component Building, Space Planning, FF&E DURATION: 2 Weeks SOFTWARE: Revit, Adobe InDesign, Adobe Photoshop SQUARE FOOTAGE: 2,800 SF

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PASTEL’S BAKE SHOP Symbol

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Description Recessed Downlight 7 -11/16" x 5 -11/16" Linear Cove Accent Luminaire 72" x .75"

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Pendant Luminaire 60" x 12" Exit Sign 11 -11/16" x 7 -1/2" Return Air Vent Supply Air Vent Smoke Detector Sprinkler

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Speakers

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Material Selection

Butcher block countertop

Lighting Legend Lamping Manufacturer/Number LED Cooper Portfolio 1800 LD4A.18.DMX.EMBOD.ERM4A18.9. Lumen 35.4LMO.LI.WB.WF 3500K 90 CRI LED 83 Cooper IO Lighting LMS/FT 0.03.I.35K.10.100.1.12.22.1 3500 K

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Cooper Shaper 441.1S.12.GG.CFL/1/42.120V.NA.60 Cooper Sure -Lites APC7R

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Restroom

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Corridor Kitchen Open seating Bar seating

Chair fabric

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Barstool fabric

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Flooring

Lighting Plan


Preliminary sketches of interior

Cashwrap and display area

Bar height, table height, and booth seating

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CREATIVE

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FURNITURE DESIGN SOFTWARE -Rhino -Keyshot Rendering Tool

Organic Object

CHALLENGE Find an organic object in nature and extract line and shape to create a stool inspired by the natural object.

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FURNITURE DESIGN

Rhino Models

CHALLENGE In a two person team use two unrelated chairs provided, measure and create accurate models in Rhino. Then disassemble and mash the two chairs together into one new design.

New Design Rhino Model

Original Chairs

SOFTWARE -Rhino -Keyshot Rendering Tool

New Design

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CONSTRUCTION AND DETAILING CHALLENGE Over the course of the semester complete a document set including floorplan, demolition floorplan, reception and ceiling section, millwork sections, partition type drawings, door/ framing schedules, window jamb/type & schedule, and RCP.

SOFTWARE AutoCAD

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Dropped ceiling detail

ACOUSTIC TILE

TRIM PIECE

1'-13 4"

CHANNEL

MARBLE COUNTERTOP

2'-9" 3" 2" CABINET FRAME

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Receptionist desk detail

GYPSUM BOARD


Wall Partition Type Drawings

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DRAWING AND DESIGN

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Course: Design I Objective: Select a magazine image and cut out a portion to sketch and turn black and white to overlay on top of the original image.

Course: Design II Objective: Show opacity and transparency through overlay and points of intersection of shape.

Course: Drawing I Objective: Select a word draw it in perspective to look 3D.

Course: Drawing I Objective: Still life activity studying shape and form through direct light observation.


Course: Design II Objective: Create a “Totem Pole” that abstractly describes yourself through motifs and color

Course: Hand Rendering Objective: Study image from magazine and replicate color and form found in it

Course: Design II Objective: Inspired by the quilters of Gee’s Bend, create a quilt pattern using only magazine and paper scraps. Each piece must not overlap.

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PHOTOGRAPHY

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