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TABLE OF CONTENTS 01

MOJA

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OLI’VINO

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LAKE VIEW RESIDENCE

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GUEST HOUSE

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BARABOO HS

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WALL TYPES

ASHLEY HOCKERS


MOJA

A FEMINIST BEER AND BIKE SHOP

PROJECT: RETAIL LOCATION: MADISON, WI DATE: 2018

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MOJA focuses on creating an educational and inclusive environment that empowers every individual. This custom bike shop and brew bar focuses on giving each customer a sense of independence through educational demonstrations and workshops. Merchandising is focused on creating a custom bicycle to fit each customer’s individual needs. An interactive repair shop encourages each customer to learn. This project is located in the Garver Feed Mill building in Madison which, with the help of Baum Revision Team, will be restored to a local artisan food production facility. Focused on creating a “Maker’s Space”, this building will become a hub for learning and interaction. In this collaborative project, our group of 4 completed the branding, pattern language and narrative, construction documents and finish/furniture schedule.


THE STATE OF BICYCLING *Women are considered the New Majority for the American Bicycle Market with 51% of the population (Gluskin Townley Group). 60% of bicycle owners between the ages of 1827 are women (The American Bicyclists Study: On the Road to 2020). *Women influence and make 80 - 85% of household purchases (Gluskin Townley Group). More women are racing competitively than ever before.

THE STATE OF BREWING *Beer is growing in popularity with women. Not only are they consuming more craft beer, but now they are increasingly brewing it (Brewers Association). *Women account for 29% of brewery workers (Brewers Association 2014 Report). *The number of female brewmasters is on the rise, although it is still only 4% (Brewers Association).


M JA BEERS BIKES BABES


SUSTAINABILITY WITHIN THE DESIGN

PLACE By restoring an existing building, MOJA minimizes a building footprint. Additionally, Garver Feed Mill is focusing on preserving and managing the natural landscape of the area, including natural plants and waterways.

ENERGY By eliminating existing walls that divided the space and replacing existing windows with garage doors, natural light is maximized throughout the space. PV panels on the roof will fulfill additional energy needs. Natural daylight and natural ventilation reduce the need for electric lighting and mechanical systems to reduce energy use.

HEALTH + HAPPINESS This program and design facilitates outdoor and community interaction. Additionally, by creating a design that is focused on inclusivity, it creates a safe and healthy environment for everyone.

MATERIALS All materials in the design are environmentally friendly. Wood is FSC certified, upholstery is sources from several green standard certifications, and all other materials are recycled content.

EQUITY This small store encourages intimate employee patron interaction, both ends of the long axis of the store look out to natural views, and the space encourages interaction with community and education.

BEAUTY With bright colors and abundant views, this space provides an energetic escape. Dynamic graphics and installations around the shop that draws the guests in.


OLI’VINO

A MODERN ITALIAN RESTAURANT

PROJECT: RESTAURANT LOCATION: MILWAUKEE, WI DATE: 2017

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Oli’Vino was inspired by Italian culture and the importance of family gathering in the kitchen. This design took that idea to reveal the chef’s kitchen to the whole restaurant and allow guests to sit around the bar for a close-up glance at how their food is prepared. Having the kitchen completely open sets a stage for the chef and gives the guests a full sense of authentic Italian vernacular. A sleek and modern twist was put on this traditional Italian restaurant based on the client’s preference to draw in an upper-class demographic. Located at 330 E Kilbourn Ave, Milwaukee, WI 53202


These colors were depicted from the various shades of wine - white, rose, and red.


The color palette is a combination of neutral colors with a pop of deep red. These colors were depicted from the various shades of wine. The focus is set on white and rose wines to keep a monochromatic palette, but sticking with the “wine� concept. The deep red is seen in the entrance and private dining areas. This wine palette is based on the different color of wine that will be in the space - on the dining table, at the bar, and particularly on the monumental wine wall.


A sleek and modern twist on the traditional Italian cuisine. For creating the Oli’Vino brand, inspiration for a simple yet elegant look that consists of just a handscript of the name and “cucina” in block lettering to indicate that this restaurant is focus around the Italian kitchen. Dark masses were used on the ceiling to anchor the layout of the restaurant and create a dynamic contrast between the white marble on the floors and counter bases.


LAKE VIEW RESIDENCE

A LUXURIOUS VACATION HOME

PROJECT: RESIDENTIAL LOCATION: SISTER BAY, WI DATE: 2018

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Lake View Residence is an all-season vacation home located in Door County, Wisconsin. Most of the vacation homes that were researched for this project did not consider the changing seasons because most of them are only used in the summer and are in the form of small cottages or cabins. In an all season home there would ideally be plenty of storage space, a place to take layers off after coming from outside, and indoor/outdoor gathering spaces. Overall, existing vacation homes in this area do not accentuate the beautiful scenery that surrounds them. The site the client has acquired is located on a bluff in Sister Bay, which is on the west side of the peninsula, facing beautiful Lake Michigan, with beach access and a sunset view. Because Door County is known for its outdoor scenery and activities, this vacation home will embrace its water views and allow the client to experience the beauty of being outside while enjoying a luxurious interior.


This vacation home will embrace its water views and allow the client to experience the beauty of being outside while enjoying a luxurious interior.

The client wants a contemporary, luxurious home that feels like a vacation getaway. Different than a typical everyday home, they want it to be spacious with plenty of room for entertaining guests. The client’s are a middle-aged couple with three grown children. They want a space for a small weekend getaway that would also work for a long term stay for the whole family. With the family’s love for the outdoors, the home needs to accommodate an ease of inside/outside access as well as appropriate public/private areas for hosting guests. The design for this home was inspired by modern architecture by using contrasting colors to create drama within the space. The architecture uses a change in ceiling heights to create a stark, dramatic contrast between each room. For example, when walking into the living room the ceiling goes from a low ceiling height to a high ceilings, making the viewer look up to experience the grandness of the room. The windows at the top of the ceiling allow light to come in from both the east and the west sides so at all times of the day the alcove is naturally lit with bursts of light.


The views to the exterior allows the viewer to experience the natural beauty of the home’s surroundings.


When designing the circulation and placement of rooms, the envisioning of guests in the space was heavily considered. When a guest enters the house, they are immediately greeted with the wide-open view of the water and are met with lots of natural light. When standing in the living room, any room that is visible is clear access for guest usage. For example in the living room you can view the dining room and the mudroom. All other rooms that are not visible in the living room are considered “private� areas, meant only for the owner of the house. A very important characteristic of the house is the many views to the exterior, allowing the viewer to experience the natural beauty of the home’s surroundings. This was achieved by keeping the mostused areas in the back of the house which are open to the views of the water. Lastly, the interiors are designed to have a luxurious modern feel that incorporates the natural elements of the exterior in the materials and furniture of the space. While drama and contrast highlight the lines of the architecture, the natural materials round it off to create a comfortable and warming atmosphere.


GUEST HOUSE BRINGING THE OUTSIDE IN

PROJECT: RESIDENTIAL LOCATION: RIVER HILLS, WI DATE: 2016

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This house was built in the back, and more rural part, of the client’s property to create a separate atmosphere for their visiting guests. This guest house being only 900 sq/ft was designed to house the guests, but more importantly to allow them to have a place to enjoy their time away from the city and immerse themselves in nature. The works of Cutler Anderson was used as a precedent, as he designs all of his houses with the intent of bringing the outside in with large windows and a natural palette. The idea for this project was to research a specific architect to understand their philosophy when designing and apply that to our design.


Escape the chaos of the city and immerse yourself in nature. Cutler Anderson Architects has evolved to understand that the ultimate object of any architectural design is to reveal what is true about all of the circumstances of a project. The interior reflects these beliefs by holding a neutral palette, natural materials, and white walls for the light to reflect and brighten the whole house naturally.


BARABOO HS ADDITIONS AND RENOVATIONS

PROJECT: EDUCATION LOCATION: BARABOO, WI DATE: 2017

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My role in this project was to create furniture layouts for each room. From there, I chose furniture pieces from different manufacturers that fit the client’s preferences. Next, created the furniture specification packet. Lastly, I collaborated with Senior Designer Julie Disch to design the furniture finish palette and applied it to the furniture pieces.


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WALL TYPES PROJECT: CONSTRUCTION DATE: 2017 Identifying specific wall types and creating detailed items to show the specifications of each wall.

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