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ANNIE NEUMER / interior designer resume / portfolio 2013


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ANNIE NEUMER Contact 6434 Summers Nook Drive New Albany, Ohio 43054 anniemaclean1@gmail.com 614 738 9297

EDUCATION 2007 Master of Fine Arts, Design Development The Ohio State University 2005 Bachelor of Science, Interior Design 2004 Fachhochschule Stuttgart, Interior Architecture Stuttgart, Germany

software expertise Revit Architecture, Sketch-Up, 3D Studio Max, Maya, AutoCad, Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, AfterEffects, Premiere Pro, Acrobat Pro, Microsoft Office awards ASLA Award of Merit 2008 Kazanka Riverfront Masterplan Animation references Karen Miller Design Director of Interiors, Gensler designnovember@gmail.com Joy Reidelbach Senior Associate / Interior Designer, NBBJ 614-203-3540

Thank You ! I appreciate your time.

Summary of Qualifications As a design professional, I am grateful to have had the opportunity to work on projects within a diverse range of markets, including civic, higher education, and healthcare. I have worked in close collaboration with both small and large project teams during ideation and conceptualization through design development and construction documentation. My role as an interior designer on these projects has included the graphic development of supporting diagrams, 3D professional renderings, interior finish palettes and deployment strategies, furniture strategy, selection, and deployment documentation, construction documentation including construction administration, coordination with professional project consultants through the design process, presentation of design concepts to clients. professional experience 2008-Present Associate / Interior Designer, NBBJ 2008 Freelance Animator, NBBJ 2005-2007 Graduate Teaching Associate, The Department of Interior, Industrial, and Visual Communication Design Courses taught include Design 199, 201, 202, 203 The Ohio State University

relevant projects Columbus Metropolitan Library // Driving Park Branch February 2013 - Present Design Development through Construction Documentation and Construction Administration Replacement Agricultural Sciences Building // The Ohio State University, Wooster Location November 2012 - March 2013 Design Development through Construction Documentation Borgess Health Battle Creek Outpatient Facility // Battle Creek, Michigan July 2012 - November 2012 Schematic Design through Construction Documentation SLVHCS Replacement Medical Center Project // New Orleans, Louisiana May 2008 - May 2012 Pre-Schematic Design through Construction Documentation OSU Wexner Medical Center Art Program November 2010 - Present Graphic Designer / Project Art Consultation Kazanka Riverfront Masterplan Animation // Kazan, Russia March 2008 Schematic Design - Animation Development and Production


columbus metropolitan library driving park branch project overview Project Size: approx. 15,000 sq. ft. Location: Columbus, Ohio The Driving Park Library branch will be located at the corner of Livingston Avenue and Kelton Avenue. The neighborhood was also home to a grandstand and racetrack frequented by WW1 flying ace and race car driver Eddie Rickenbacker during the early 1900’s. Staying true to the neighborhood and its roots, formal gestures of the interior architecture connect to this history by way of form. The central ‘core’ of the building consists of an enclosed quiet room reading sanctuary and in which the rest of the building program circulates. The Main Collection, Kid’s Space, Teen Zone and Life Skills areas are located along the front face of the building permitting neighborhood exposure to the daily happenings inside. The large conference rooms, staff areas, and maintenance areas area located along the backside of the building.

personal project experience / RESPONSIBILITIES »» Overall interior design strategy and finish material selections in accordance with client aspirations and project budget »» Furniture selection and deployment strategy »» Lighting selection and deployment strategy »» Coordination of 3D renderings with professional renderer and post/production Photoshop edits »» Design and production of finish floor plans and supporting graphic content for client presentations »» Design Development Phase through Construction Documentation Phase of interior finish plans, finish schedules, interior elevations, interior details, reflected ceiling plan, toilet accessory scheduling in Revit »» Construction Administration process »» Weekly coordination of interior design documentation with MEP consultants »» Collaboration with office Specification Writer for all interior finishes and conditions »» Presentation of interior design strategy and concepts to client


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Above: Professional Rendering of Reading Sanctuary and Main Entry In Collaboration with Illustrations on Demand

Above: Precedent Imagery


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MEP Large Meeting Space Staff Area Quiet Room Reading Sanctuary

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Teen Zone Life Skills Collection Homework Help Kid’s Zone

Above: Rendered Floor Plan Completed using Photoshop


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Above: Professional Rendering of Reading Sanctuary, Main Entry and Collection Area In Collaboration with Illustrations on Demand

Circulation Diagram Building Circulation Main Collection / Teen Zone / Life Skills / Kid’s Space Quiet Zone / Reading Sanctuary Large Meeting Areas / Staff Zone Maintenance


the ohio state university - wooster replacement agricultural sciences bldg. project overview Project Size: approx. 40,000 sq. ft. Location: Wooster, Ohio The new Agricultural and Sciences building will replace the original which was severely damaged by a tornado in 2012. The new two story building will serve as a hub for the Wooster campus in regards to the innovative research pertaining to food within the agricultural industry. The new facility will also serve as a catalyst between both OSU and USDA researchers. Two floors will house a large high-bay space, state of the art research laboratories, open officing for graduate student researchers, open collaboration spaces, private officing for staff, conference rooms, and staff lounges.

personal project experience / RESPONSIBILITIES »» Interior design strategy and finish material selections in accordance with client aspirations and project budget »» Interior lighting fixture selection and coordination with electrical consultant »» Furniture selection and deployment strategy and presentation of concepts to client. In accordance with State 5 Pricing for Furniture. »» Development and coordination of 3D renderings with professional renderer utilizing Revit Model + post/production Photoshop edits »» Development of finish floor plans and supporting graphic content for client presentations »» Design Development Phase through Construction Documentation Phase of interior finish plans, finish schedules, interior elevations, interior details, reflected ceiling plan, and toilet accessory schedules »» Collaboration with office Specification Writer for interior finishes and conditions


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Professional Rendering of Second Floor Graduate Student Research Open Officing and Laboratory in Collaboration with Illustrations on Demand

Precedent Imagery


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Main Entry / Lobby Small Conference Room Staff Offices Graduate Student Research - Open Office Collaboration Space

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Computer Lab Laboratory High Bay Space - Supervisor Office High Bay Space

Above: First Floor Rendered Finish and Furniture Plan


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Professional Rendering of Main Lobby In Collaboration with Illustrations on Demand


borgess health battle creek outpatient clinic project overview Project Size: approx. 63,000 sq. ft. Location: Battlecreek, Michigan The Outpatient Clinic located in Battlecreek, Michigan is a new two story building housing numerous departments for patient care, including Radiology, Hematology Lab, Walk-In Clinic, Sleep Center, Physical / Occupational Therapy, Women’s Health Clinic, and Pharmacy. There are two large, open waiting areas to accommodate patients and their families while waiting to be seen, in addition to a cafe with an outdoor terrace.

personal project experience / RESPONSIBILITIES »» Schematic Design User Group Meetings - generation of interior content including floor plans, elevations, RCP, and axonometric views for medical departmental coordination of equipment, technology, and electrical requirements. User group meeting hosting and documentation of decisions. »» Interior design strategy and finish material selections in accordance with client aspirations and project budget »» In-house production of 3D interior renderings using Revit Model, 3D Studio Max, and Photoshop for postproduction edits »» Development of graphic content for client presentations »» Design Development Phase through Construction Documentation Phase of interior finish plans, finish schedules, interior elevations, interior details, reflected ceiling plan, toilet accessory schedules »» Presentation of design concepts to client


In-House Rendered View of Main Lobby / Reception Area Zone 3 - Building Services Mech./Elec. Rooms Maintenance

Zone 2 - Clinical Areas Consult Rooms Exam Rooms Imaging Sleep Center Offices Laboratory Maintenance

North / South Corridor Circulation

Iconic Accent Material / Color Clearly Aiding in Wayfinding to Zone 1 Public Areas / Main Entry

Zone 1 - Public Areas Main Entry / Reception Desk Registration Pharmacy Waiting Lounges Cafe

Material (i.e., Wood for Example) Clearly Distinguishing a Landmark Reception Areas

Floor One Circulation Diagram

Floor One Experience Diagram


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Man Entry / Reception Cafe Patient Waiting Area Patient Check-In Radiology Department Walk-In Clinic Exam Rooms

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Loading Dock Building Maintenance Sleep Laboratory Hematology Laboratory and Blood Draw Pharmacy

A Rendering View of Patient Waiting Area - Rendered in house utilizing the Revit model, 3D Studio Max, and Photoshop B Rendering View of Patient Corridor - Rendered in house utilizing the Revit model, 3D Studio Max, and Photoshop C Rendering View of Typical Patient Exam Room - Rendered in house utilizing the Revit model, 3D Studio Max, and Photoshop

Above: First Floor Plan


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slvhcs replacement medical center project research building project overview Project Size: approx. 60,000 sq. ft. Location: New Orleans, Louisiana Within the 1.5 million sq. ft. SLVHCS Replacement Medical Center Campus, there are two historical buildings that will be renovated and used for both Administrative and Research purposes. The Dixie Brewery is one of these historical buildings, which is a 100 year old New Orleans landmark notable for its corbelled red brick, arched windows and iconic metal dome. A portion of the building will be restored and reused as part of the Research facility, housing administrative support space adjacent to a new addition, which will house laboratories on the second and third floors, in addition to the animal vivarium located on the fourth floor.

personal project experience / RESPONSIBILITIES »» Finish material palette selection and deployment strategy »» Coordination of 3D renderings with professional renderer and post/production Photoshop edits »» Development of graphic content for client presentations »» Design of 2D super graphics for Public Elevator Lobbies »» Design Development Phase through Construction Documentation Phase of interior finishes, interior finish room schedules, interior elevations, interior details, reflected ceiling plan. »» Collaboration with office Specification Writer for interior finishes and conditions »» Coordination of construction documentation and interior design strategy with JV partner firm, EDR of New Orleans, which was responsible for the renovation of a portion of the Dixie Brewery.


Professional Rendering of Main Entry Lobby in Collaboration with Illustrations on Demand

Main Lobby / Reception Conference Rooms Staff Open Work Area Staff Private Offices

SLVHCS Campus Plan

First Floor Axonometric View


A - Professional Rendering of Elevator Lobby in Collaboration with Illustrations on Demand Historical Photography of the Dixie Brewery Utilized for the Design of Elevator Lobby Super Graphics


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B - Professional Rendering of Collaboration Space in Collaboration with Illustrations on Demand

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Key Plan - Level 2


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Third Floor Axonometric View - Key

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Elevator Lobby Public Corridor Small Conference Room Private Staff Offices

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Professional Rendering of Second Floor Laboratory in Collaboration with Illustrations on Demand


slvhcs replacement medical center project interior finishes project overview Project Size: approx. 1.5 million sq. ft. Location: New Orleans, Louisiana The Southern Louisiana Veteran’s Healthcare System Replacement Medical Center Project is a result of the devastation the Medical Center and greater city of New Orleans experienced after Hurricane Katrina. The new medical center is located in the heart of New Orleans, and will serve over 500,000 veteran patients annually. A Central Concourse serves as a connector for the Diagnostic and Treatment Building, Inpatient Beds, Outpatient Clinics, Transitional Living and Rehabilitation, Patient/Visitor Parking Garage, Staff Parking Garage, Administration (Pan Am Building), Research/ Dixie Brewery, and the Central Energy Plant. The vision of the new Medical Center is to “honor veterans and their families, be a model for the healthcare of the future, respect the neighborhoods, authentically reflect the culture of the region, and lastly, be the cornerstone for the emerging biosciencs industry in New Orleans.”

personal project experience / RESPONSIBILITIES »» Finish material palette selection and deployment strategy in coordination with Interior Design Team for overall project, with a keen emphasis on the Veteran Centered Design Research conducted with Veterans and staff »» Strategy and production of interior finish boxes, interior design narratives, graphics, and larger overall project narrative documentation and execution from Pre-Schematic Design through Construction Documentation. »» Production of interior finish plans and finish schedules for 5 buildings including Inpatient Beds, Diagnostic and Treatment, Outpatient Clinics, Research, and Concourse »» Coordination of 3D renderings with professional renderers and post/production Photoshop edits for public and clinical areas »» Development of graphic content for client presentations from Pre-Schematic Design Phase through Construction Documentation Phase of Interior Design Strategy


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Professional Rendering of Public Concourse - Looking South From North Atrium - In Collaboration with Illustrations on Demand


below - approach to use of color in interior spaces

Color: Inspiration

uSE SCAlE tO yOuR AdvANtAGE

INtERIORS dEplOyMENt fRAMEwORk For each of the elements used in the interior design, a system is laid out to describe how each will be deployed based on scale and location.

Interior Design Deployment Framework Finish Palette: & Criteria - Color Above:Principles, PrecedentIdeas imagery pertaining to the unique architecture and color of Concourse

Primary Users

Scale

Color

Art

Material

Furniture

Veterans, visitors, and guests

Large and inviting; civic

Neutral palette

Support Hubs

Pathways

Waiting Areas

Veterans & family

Veterans & family

Veterans & family

Shifts from large

Communal to

to small

private

Color to guide

Color to define:

Color to distract:

vibrant & varied

vibrant & varied

Local/folk art;

More informal,

vernacular; art to

vernacular varied;

inform and distract

art is focal point

prominent with options for decision/ action

Color to identify, wayfinding aid

More formal,

Welcoming

honoring Veterans;

Veterans; art as

art as tribute

accent

Harder, durable,

Durable, legible,

Blending from

Softer, more

natural/genuine,

aid in clarifying

hard to soft,

comforting and

civic in stature

decisions

civic to clinical

varied

Singular, formal and

In clear support

monumental

and adjacency of particular amenity

Pattern

Transitional

Used to articulate

To highlight and

transitions, break up

emphasize unique

space, show direction

features

Blending from one to the other

Exam Rooms

Clinically appropriate, supportive, manufactured/

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Finish Palette: Principles, Ideas & Criteria - Color

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VA New Orleans Chromatic Context

Color Selections > Field Colors: derived from the neutral hues ofCD Phase military uniforms and Color to Create building material palette IDENTITY > Accent Colors: derived military service ribbons & decorations

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Chromatic Fine Tuning (Patina) Manipulation of Color Saturation Project# as 100342.00 >January Tint2011= Fading an expression of color weathering > Shade = Darkening/mottling as an expression of color weathering

synthetic

clinically appropriate

arrangement

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Intimate, private

Eclectic, domestic,

small in deployment

Institution

caregivers

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Used to identify and

Color : Approach to Color Selection

Veterans &

More varied in range

Shifts from large to

New Orleans in combination with military uniforms and ribbons. Below: Diagrams illustrating the context of color , texture and material strategy for interior finishes

Visual interest at smallest scale (e.g. seating, curtains)

Color to Create COMFORT

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January 2011

Project# 100342.00

VA New Orlean Chromatic Context


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Professional Rendering of Public Concourse - Looking North to Canal Street Entry - In Collaboration with Illustrations on Demand


SLVHCS CAMPUS ADMINISTRATION

DIAGNOSTIC & TREATMENT

INPATIENT BEDS MAIN ENTRY CONCOURSE

OUTPATIENT CLINICS

STAFF PARKING

TRANSITIONAL LIVING & REHABILITATION

VISITOR PARKING

CENTRAL ENERGY PLANT RESEARCH 6


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INTERIOR FINISH PALETTE > CONCOURSE AND PUBLIC AREAS WHICH DEFINE EACH BUILDING

OUTPATIENT CLINICS

INPATIENT BEDS

DIAGNOSTIC & TREATMENT

CONCOURSE - BASE PALETTE

TRANSITIONAL LIVING & REHAB 7


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Examples of Interior Finish Material Deployment Strategy and Finish Schedules. Reading from left to right, the thumbnail images represent a documentation of public spaces, clinical areas, and staff areas within the Inpatient Beds, Outpatient Clinic, and Research Building.


kazanka riverfront masterplan schematic design animation personal project experience / RESPONSIBILITIES »» Development of schematic design animation based on Master of Fine Arts Graduate Thesis. »» Utilizing a sktechup model of the masterplan, completed professional renderings, precedent imagery, textual descriptions, and music, I compiled the information into a cohesive animation utilizing Adobe After Effects and Adobe Premiere Pro. »» The intent of the animation was to help the client understand the full context of the Riverfront Masterplan proposal. By incorporating precedent imagery, relevant textual descriptions, and Russian music with static 2D renderings and Sketch-Up model of the city, they were able to fully appreciate the bridge between the existing city and their culture with the new ideas set forth by the masterplan. »» I produced two animations for this client, one in English, and the other in Russian in collaboration with a colleague fluent in Russian.


Screen shots of Kazanka Riverfront Masterplan Animation To view animation, please view on attached CD


osu wexner medical center art program project overview Project Size: approx. 1.5 million sq. ft. Location: Columbus, Ohio The new OSU Wexner Medical Center (Architect of Record: HOK) boasts 21 floors dispursed amongst 1.5 million square feet. The Vision of the new Medical Center is to ‘shape the future of medicine by creating, disseminating, and applying new knowledge, and by personalizing health care to meet the needs of each individual’. With this statement in mind, and the rigor presented by both the architecture team and the client, we developed a strategy in collaboration with Lendrum Fine Art (of Los Angeles, CA) to develop an Art Program for the new facility. The Art Program will blur the lines between art, architecture, education, research and patientcare, and the ultimate goal - to inspire, energize, and comfort the patients and staff. A team of twelve individuals from OSU Medical Center, HOK, and members of the Columbus community formed the Art Program Committee who worked closely with us to identify local and international artisans for the new facility.

personal project experience / RESPONSIBILITIES »» Graphics Lead for project »» Design and development of all client presentations in collaboration with Lendrum Fine Art to define content »» Art strategy and scope aligned with budget in collaboration with Lendrum Fine Arts »» Collaboration with HOK design team and to develop art location plans that also included lighting requirements and fixture types through Construction Documentation Phase


TIER ONE SITE SPECIFIC COMMISSIONED WORKS

JONATHAN BOROFSKY Mixed media sculpture Mission Street, San Francisco, CA

CHRIS BURDEN Mixed media light installation Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles, CA 20

TIER TWO ORIGINAL ART

The Ohio State University Medical Center | ProjectONE Art Committee Meeting

TIER THREE VIRTUAL, DIGITAL, AND INTERACTIVE ART

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The Ohio State University Medical Center | ProjectONE Art Committee Meeting

AMINAH ROBINSON Rag painting, mixed media on paper 18”H x 67”W DAVID BENJAMIM Photography 40” x 30”

SADIE BENNING Painting 72”– 96” portrait “Heads”

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SHULI HALLAK Archival print 17” x 22”

LAURA FAYER Prints 39” x 28 ½” 121

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RALPH APPLEBAUM Digital Media

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HENRY DOMIKE – Ohio artist referral Photography 12” x 12” – 49” x 49”

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VARIOUS ARTISTS Selection of digital art Sizes variable

JENNIFER STEINKAMP Animated digital projection Istanbul Biennial, Istanbul, Turkey / Private Collection, Dallas, TX 20’ x 14’ (per tree projection)

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TIER FOUR EDITIONED AND LOWER COST ARTWORK

LINO TAGLIAPIETRA – artist recommendation Glass Installation, 50” -70” in length / 58” x 24”

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Review of Art Location Plan – Ground Level

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Tier Two Art Quantity Breakdown:

Tier Four Art Quantity Breakdown: 384 Pieces Total

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60 Pieces Total

Group A 7 Original Artworks or Series

Group A 200 Limited Edition Works

(Painting, Photography, Multi-Media)

(Screenprint, Photography)

Group B 59 Limited Edition Works

Group B 10 Original Artworks or Series (Painting, Collage, Multi-Media)

(Giclee, Lithography)

Group C 43 Original Artworks or Series

Group C 125 Limited Edition Works

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Note ***Print method interchangeable for all

(Etching, Letterpress, and other Media)

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OSU WEXNER MEDICAL CENTER ART PROGRAM

Review of Art Location Plan – Level Two

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Examples of Art Location Plans Used to Convey Art Location Strategy and Hierarchy

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Annie Neumer Portfolio 2013