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INTERIOR DESIGN PORTFOLIO


CONTENTS


2 HOSPITALITY DESIGN

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COMMERCIAL DESIGN

HEALTHCARE DESIGN

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LATCH HOTEL NEW ORLEANS, LOUSIANA

SENIOR YEAR: FALL SEMESTER PROJECT TYPE: INDIVIDUAL SQUARE FOOTAGE: 21,00 LENGTH OF PROJECT: 16 WEEKS PROGRAMS USED: REVIT, INDESIGN, PHOTOSHOP

PROJECT RESPONSIBILITIES: Research, Programming, Preliminary Sketching, Space Planning, Computer-Aided Drawings, 3D Modeling, Colored Renderings, Finish Boards, Presentation Board PROJECT CHALLENGE: Design a hotel located in the New Orleans Warehouse District with multiple retail spaces, a restaurant, a bar, and lobby areas. Create a space that combines local culture with elements and amenities attractive to those ages to 25 to 40. PROJECT SOLUTION: The hotel incorporates the latest technologies to create ease of use by its guests. Quick and easy check-in/ out practices make the hotel attractive to those traveling in business. Unique design elements appeal to the younger travelers, and the restaurant serves foods indigenous to the area, creating a culture-inspired atmosphere.


CONCEPT STATEMENT

Latch Hotel located in the Warehouse District of New Orleans, Louisiana will be inspired by the architecture style and color of the various rustic doors in New Orleans. Upon entering Latch you will feel the urge to walk through new doors of discovery in the Big Easy. With the use of exposed brick, various rustic woods, gold accents, and biophilia the old industrial building will be the perfect mix of old and new. Large windows and

an open ceiling to the second floor will allow light to flow throughout the lobby creating a bright and airy environment to contrast some of the darker finishes. A variety of seating ranging from sofas, chairs, tables and benches will be available– at leisure for the guest. Whether you need a table to get some work done, a place to relax or just to sit and grab some drinks, Latch will have it all. 4


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WAYFINDING CONCEPT

Through the use of several different floor finishes, an asymmetrical floor plan, distinct landmarks, proper signage, and well equipped employees, The Latch Hotel was designed with wayfinding in mind. Signage will be placed appropriately at major places of decision making so that a guest is never left with doubt. Throughout the hotel, you will also find many distinct landmarks that are a great reminder as to where you are. For example, the circle hallway on the far right end of the hotel or the giant door at the entrance that you are sure to never miss. Lastly, the knowledgeable employees at Latch are always open to lend a helping hand when assistance is needed.


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ADA ACCESSIBILITY GUIDELINES KEY

A. 304.3.1- CIRCULAR TURNING SPACE: A turning circle with 60” minimum diameter is provided. B. 403.5.1- CLEAR WIDTH (ACCESSIBLE ROUTE): Accessible routes shall have 36” minimum clear width. C. 404.2.4.1- MANEUVERING CLEARANCES (DOORS): Swinging doors shall have an 18” minimum width clear space on the pull side of the door and a 12” minimum width clear space on the push side of the L-door, measuring from the latch side along the wall. D. 603.2.3- DOOR SWING: Door swings must not overlap designated clear spaces. They may, however, overlap turning spaces. E. 606.2- CLEAR FLOOR SPACE: A clear floor space of 30” minimum width and 48” minimum depth, positioned for a forward approach shall be provided. F. 606.3- LAVATORY HEIGHT: The lavatory shall be 34” maximum above floor finish. G. 608.2.2- STANDARD ROLL-IN SHOWER COMPARTMENT: Standard roll-in shower compartments shall be 30” minimum width by 60” minimum depth with a 60 minimum wide entry. H. 806.2.3- SLEEPING AREAS: At least one sleeping area shall provide a 30” minimum wide and 48” minimum deep clear space on both sides of the bed, positioned for parallel approach in the bed. I. 604.5.1- SIDE WALL: The side wall grab bar shall be 42” long minimum, located 12” max from the rear wall and extending 54” minimum from the rear wall. J. 604.5.2- REAR WALL: The rear wall grab bar shall be 36” long minimum and extend from the centerline of the water closet 12” minimum on one side and 24” min on the other side.

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UNHINGED BAR LOCATED IN THE LATCH HOTEL

SENIOR YEAR: FALL SEMESTER PROJECT TYPE: INDIVIDUAL SQUARE FOOTAGE: 784 LENGTH OF PROJECT: 16 WEEKS PROGRAMS USED: REVIT, INDESIGN, PHOTOSHOP

PROJECT RESPONSIBILITIES: Research, Programming, Preliminary Sketching, Space Planning, Computer-Aided Drawings, 3D Modeling, Colored Renderings, Finish Boards, Presentation Booklet PROJECT CHALLENGE: Design a hotel located in the New Orleans Warehouse District with multiple retail spaces, a restaurant, a bar, and lobby areas. Create a space that combines local culture with elements and amenities attractive to those ages to 25 to 40. PROJECT SOLUTION: The hotel incorporates the latest technologies to create ease of use by its guests. Quick and easy check-in/ out practices make the hotel attractive to those traveling in business. Unique design elements appeal to the younger travelers, and the restaurant serves foods indigenous to the area, creating a culture-inspired atmosphere.


CONCEPT STATEMENT

Unhinged Bar want to encourage every guest to come in and unwind after a long day of travel and discovery. Located to the right of the lobby you are not able to miss this grand bar. With the use of rustic wood, green, yellow and white tiles, it has a very laid back earthy vibe to it. Several different seating options are available for each

and every guest. You are able to sit at the bar, the booths, the outside patio, or anywhere else in the lobby since it is all connected. This allows for a very comfortable, easy going environment that encourages one to wonder around and socialize.

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LOVE HANDLES DONUT SHOP LOCATED IN THE LATCH HOTEL

SENIOR YEAR: FALL SEMESTER PROJECT TYPE: INDIVIDUAL SQUARE FOOTAGE: 1,000 LENGTH OF PROJECT: 16 WEEKS PROGRAMS USED: REVIT, INDESIGN, PHOTOSHOP

PROJECT RESPONSIBILITIES: Research, Programming, Preliminary Sketching, Space Planning, Computer-Aided Drawings, 3D Modeling, Colored Renderings, Finish Boards, Presentation Booklet PROJECT CHALLENGE: Design a hotel located in the New Orleans Warehouse District with multiple retail spaces, a restaurant, a bar, and lobby areas. Create a space that combines local culture with elements and amenities attractive to those ages to 25 to 40. PROJECT SOLUTION: The hotel incorporates the latest technologies to create ease of use by its guests. Quick and easy check-in/ out practices make the hotel attractive to those traveling in business. Unique design elements appeal to the younger travelers, and the restaurant serves foods indigenous to the area, creating a culture-inspired atmosphere.


CONCEPT STATEMENT

Love Handles Gourmet Donut shop will be located in the Latch Hotel in the Warehouse District of New Orleans, Louisiana. The goal of Love Handles is to create a fun modern donut shop that is open 24-7. With the use of geometric shapes in the wallpaper, tile and textiles, it sets the mood to be a very lighthearted atmosphere. Upon en-

tering the store you will also notice a large custom donut light fixture that has sprinkle lights hanging from the ceiling.

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THRESHOLD RESTAURANT LOCATED IN THE LATCH HOTEL

SENIOR YEAR: FALL SEMESTER PROJECT TYPE: INDIVIDUAL SQUARE FOOTAGE: 2,436 LENGTH OF PROJECT: 16 WEEKS PROGRAMS USED: REVIT, INDESIGN, PHOTOSHOP

PROJECT RESPONSIBILITIES: Research, Programming, Preliminary Sketching, Space Planning, Computer-Aided Drawings, 3D Modeling, Colored Renderings, Finish Boards, Presentation Board PROJECT CHALLENGE: Design a hotel located in the New Orleans Warehouse District with multiple retail spaces, a restaurant, a bar, and lobby areas. Create a space that combines local culture with elements and amenities attractive to those ages to 25 to 40. PROJECT SOLUTION: The hotel incorporates the latest technologies to create ease of use by its guests. Quick and easy check-in/ out practices make the hotel attractive to those traveling in business. Unique design elements appeal to the younger travelers, and the restaurant serves foods indigenous to the area, creating a culture-inspired atmosphere.


CONCEPT STATEMENT

Threshold French Cuisine will be a very unique restaurant that is welcoming to a variety of ages. With a play on curved walls and several different textures, one will never get bored in Threshold. A wide range of seating allows Threshold to cater parties sizes from 1-20.

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PHO/TO PHUN RESTAURANT

JUNIOR YEAR: SPRING SEMESTER PROJECT TYPE: INDIVIDUAL SQUARE FOOTAGE: 7.000 LENGTH OF PROJECT: 16 WEEKS PROGRAMS USED: REVIT, PHOTOSHOP

PROJECT RESPONSIBILITIES: Space Planning, Technical Construction Documents, Color Renderings PROJECT CHALLENGE: Renovate an old warehouse building into a Pho restaurant on the first floor and a photography studio on the second. We were to furnish both floors and format construction documents with lighting plans, furniture plans, schedules, renderings, elevations and legends.


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COMMERCIAL

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DOWNIE & ALLEN ARCHITECTURE FIRM

JUNIOR YEAR: SPRING SEMESTER PROJECT TYPE: INDIVIDUAL LENGTH OF PROJECT: 16 WEEKS SQUARE FOOTAGE: 38,000 PROGRAMS USED: REVIT, INDESIGN, PHOTOSHOP

PROJECT RESPONSIBILITIES: Codes Research, Programming, Preliminary Sketching, Space Planning,Revit Drawings, Colored Renderings, Finish Board, Presentation Booklet PROJECT CHALLENGE: Design a two story architecture firm in the infamous Pennzoil building located in downtown Houston, Texas. The space needs to be a collaborative and an open office floor plan. Lastly, WELL Building Standards should be taken into account for every aspect of the design. GOALS: To follow the WELL Building standards as close as possible, create a community atmosphere, design a flexible space, and incorporate technology.


CONCEPT STATEMENT

The Downie and Allen Architecture Firm will be located on the fourteenth and fifteenth floor of Pennzoil Place in Houston, Texas. This firm will be a creative, inviting space that has plenty of sunlight and several collaboration areas where individuals can come together and bring their ideas to life. It will incorporate sleek, modern office furniture better in an open office layout will be mixed with pops of colors and a retro vibe. In an attempt to bring the outdoors in, a range of

vivid greens and blues will be used as a accent colors to brighten the atmosphere. The coffee lounge will provide a warm, comfort-able environment with a variety of soft and hard seating. Their will also be several areas throughout the building that employess will be able to retreat to when they are in need of a more quiet area to focus in.

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ART GALLERY 24

SENIOR YEAR: FALL SEMESTER PROJECT TYPE: INDIVIDUAL LENGTH OF PROJECT: 16 WEEKS SQUARE FOOTAGE: 5,200 PROGRAMS USED: REVIT, INDESIGN, PHOTOSHOP

PROJECT RESPONSIBILITIES: Research, Preliminary Sketching, Space Planning, Colored Renderings, Branding, Digital Presentation board PROJECT CHALLENGE: The Clients, Emma and Andrew have just purchased two adjoining, three-story brick row houses dating back to the turn of the last century. They have asked for help in combining the two units into a single art gallery that will display the work of cutting-edge artists in a variety of mediums. The first and second floors will be used for exhibiting art, hosting special events and serving as a community meeting space. The third floor is reserved for the couple’s private living quarters.


CONCEPT STATEMENT

Art Gallery 24 will be an eccentric space that will incorporate an organic and industrial feel through the use of wood, curved walls, and green spaces. It will be located in an up-and-coming area of the “Rust Belt” in upstate New York. Upon entering the gallery you are greeted by a whimsical reception desk that also incorporates up-coming events on its’ curved TV’s. Throughout the gallery you will find various types of artwork ranging from sculptures, photogra-phy, painting, multimedia, and so on. To house the diverse range of mediums Art Gallery 24 will have several moveable walls on the first and second floor gallery. This

also allows for the two gallery spaces to be converted into special event spaces as needed. The gallery kitchen will be a vibrant environment that will not only be used for catering but also for day-to-day use of the employees. The third floor will be the owners private residency. With an open floor plan and fun pops of color, the area will reflect a calm, low-key atmosphere. Throughout all three floors you will notice a trend of diverse sustainable materials that aid towards the client’s wish to live an eco-friendly life. 44


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CAPITAL STREET MEDICAL CLINIC

SENIOR YEAR: SPRING SEMESTER PROJECT TYPE: INDIVIDUAL LENGTH OF PROJECT: 16 WEEKS SQUARE FOOTAGE: 11,000 PROGRAMS USED: REVIT, INDESIGN, PHOTOSHOP

PROJECT RESPONSIBILITIES: Research Paper, Preliminary Sketching, Space Planning, Colored Renderings, Branding, Finish boards PROJECT CHALLENGE: A communicable disease doctor has purchased a circa 1900 five-story building on Capitol Street indowntown Jackson, Mississippi. Her vision for this new location has many goals. The first goal is to treat the growing number of AIDS patients in the Jackson metropolitan area. The second goal is to educate the public about AIDS awareness and support AIDS patients and their families. Her third goal is to help sponsor and promote research. The fourth goal is to personally promote the viability, livability and economy of the city she grew up in.


CONCEPT STATEMENT

Capital Street Medical Clinic + Research Facility will be located in a circa 1900 five-story building on Capitol Street in downtown Jackson, Mississippi. The first three floors will be open to the public and house the different parts of the medical clinic. The fourth and fifth floor will be where the doctor and visiting researchers reside. The first floor will house a coffee shop and multipurpose room that creates a fun but relaxing environment through the use of geometric shapes and hues of blue and green. The second floor will have different elements of curves and light airy hues of blue and green to create a spa like environment. On the third floor you will find several different stimulating textures and colors to create an exciting and productive environment for the employees.

The fourth floor will have two seperate apartments for visiting reasearchers who will be staying for extended periods of time. These apartments will have a more gender netrual feel through the use of greys, yellows and blues. The fifth floor will be home for the doctor and her husband. The couple regularly entertains and holds fund-raising events to support their work. The apartment will need to be able to host cocktail parties for 30 or a dinner for 12. To accomade the amount of visiotrs that they will host, it will be an open floor plan with ample amounts of seating. It will also have a very modern and funky vibe through the use of clean lines and textiles verying from black, white, green and red.

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STUDENT INTERIOR DESIGN SHOW HOUSE

SENIOR YEAR: FALL SEMESTER PROJECT TYPE: ONE PARTNER LENGTH OF PROJECT: 8 WEEKS SQUARE FOOTAGE: 2,000

PROJECT RESPONSIBILITIES: Preliminary Sketching, Schematic Floor Plans, Networking, Event Planning, Home Staging PROJECT CHALLENGE: Networking and collaborating with local vendors to stage a formal living room and an office for The University of Southern Mississippi’s first Student Interior Design Show House. DESIGN NARRATIVE: With the formal dining room we decided we wanted to be a little fun and have a wow factor right as you walked in the door. We did this with the use of a suede mustard sofa that one could not miss. We mixed this with some funky horn chairs and other aesthetically pleasing accessories to complete the look. For the office we wanted to keep it masculine and play off the Egyptian inspired partner’s desk. We turned all the books around in the office except for the blue ones to play off of the blue leather wingback chair. All of these details helped carry out our fun atmosphere that we were aspiring for.


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FOREST VIEW KITCHEN REMODEL

SOPHOMORE YEAR: FALL SEMESTER PROJECT TYPE: INDIVIDUAL SQUARE FOOTAGE: 525 LENGTH OF PROJECT: 8 WEEKS PROGRAMS USED: REVIT, INDESIGN, PHOTOSHOP

PROJECT RESPONSIBILITIES: Research, Preliminary Sketching, Space Planning, 3D Model, Colored Renderings, Finish Boards, Presentation Board PROJECT CHALLENGE: Bring the out dated kitchen into the 21st century by doing a complete renovation of the young couple’s existing kitchen. Also keep sustainability in mind while designing. GOALS: Update all the aesthetics to give a more modern appeal. Provide a space capable of entertaining guest. Select materials that will contribute to the kitchen being sustainable. Create ample window space on North wall.


CONCEPT STATEMENT

The Forest View kitchen renovation located in Hattiesburg, MS will completely transform the Jacksons’ out dated kitchen into a fun, modern, and open space while keeping sustainability in mind. This modern look will be accomplished by the use of stainless steel appliances, horizontal lines, and bright pops of color. Since the client wishes to keep the kitchen sustainable, green materials will be used throughout the space. Adding a larger window on the North wall will showcase the clients existing view of the forest and help let in more natural light. 72


SUSTAINABILITY -The Vetrazzo counter-tops are made from recycled Georgia marble, South Carolina oyster shells, and demolition architectural glass. -LED light bulbs last up to 25% longer than conventional light bulbs. -Stainless steel is recyclable because it is made of 60% recyclable materials -Oversized windows allow more natural light in reducing usage of artificial lights. -Energy star dishwasher 74


154 13/16"

13 7/16"

34 15/16"

28 1/2"

62 15/16"

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94"

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BAR 1 ELEVATION

47"

A106 - 2 34 9/16"

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72"

85 1/2"

CEILING HEIGHT 108"

11 13/16" 14 13/16" 33 7/8"

FLOOR PLAN SPECIFICATIONS 1

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BAR ELEVATION 2. SUB-ZERO ICE MAKER PANEL RDY MDL. UC-151816881 1/2" = 1'-0" 3. BLANCO BAR BRAND SINK MDL. BLA518168

318 1/2"

4. 2-DRAWER BASE W/ PLATE HOLDER 5. KITCHEN AID DISHWASHER PANEL-READY MDL. 513439 6. BLANCO UNDERMOUNT SINK MDL. 513439

9. BASE DRAWER W/ CUTLERY DIVIDER

FIREPLACE

10. WOLF DUAL FUEL RANGE MDL. DF364C

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11. WOLF COOKTOP WALL HOOD MDL. VW36S 12. WOLF TRANSITIONAL DRAWER MICROWAVE #MD24TE/S

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AUDREY NEELD DATE MAY 11,2016 SHEET NO.

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36"

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NEELD

SHEET NO. DATE

A107MAY 11,2016 SHEET NO.

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AGING IN PLACE HOME

SOPHOMORE YEAR: FALL SEMESTER PROJECT TYPE: INDIVIDUAL SQUARE FOOTAGE: 1,800 LENGTH OF PROJECT: 8 WEEKS PROGRAMS USED: INDESIGN

PROJECT RESPONSIBILITIES: Research, Space Planning, Programming, Presentation Booklet, Finish Board PROJECT CHALLENGE: Design a home for two recent empty nesters that they can continue to live in for many years to come. Follow Universal Design Guidelines to make sure the house is completely adaptable for them and their visitors. GOALS: Establish an accessible home that the Mills’ will be able to live in as they age. Create a home that has plenty of space for children and grandchildren to visit. Design a fun, aesthetically pleasing, and inviting space.


CONCEPT STATEMENT

Mr. and Mrs. Mills are on their way to creatng their forever home nuzzled on the Ross Barnett Reservoir in Brandon, Mississippi. The house will be an open concept, with bright colors, and soothing decor. It will be an adaptable home that will be able to accommodate the Mills’ in their elder years. It will also need plenty of bedrooms to host their huge family at any given time. When done, the house will make them feel like they are on vacation 365 days of the year.

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UNIVERSAL DESIGN

A. NO STEP ENTRY B. 3’ DOORS C. STUDS BEHIND THE WALLS OF THE TUB FOR FUTURE SUPPORT TO ALLOW INSTALLATION OF SAFETY BARS D. ROLL IN SHOWER E. STUDS AROUND THE WALLS OF TOILET FOR FUTURE SUPPORT TO ALLOW INSTALLATION OF SAFETY BARS F. 17” COMFORT HEIGHT TOILET G. LEVER DOOR HANDLES ON ALL DOORS H. 42” WIDE HALLWAY I. RAISED LAUNDRY/ FRONT LAUNDRY J. SAME WOOD SURFACE THROUGHOUT THE HOUSE K. TOE KICK 4” L. WORK SPACE ON EITHER SIDE OF OVEN M. MOTION SENSOR IN CLOSET FOR LIGHTS N. WHEELCHAIR ACCESSIBLE 80


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THE SURF SHACK

JUNIOR YEAR: FALL SEMESTER PROJECT TYPE: INDIVIDUAL LENGTH OF PROJECT: 3 WEEKS SQUARE FOOTAGE: 100 PROGRAMS USED: SKETCHUP, INDESIGN, PHOTOSHOP

PROJECT RESPONSIBILITIES: Research, Preliminary Sketches, SketchUp Drawings, Color Renderings, Digital Presentation Board PROJECT CHALLENGE: Design a unique playhouse no larger than 100 square feet, keeping safety and anthropometrics in mind. DESIGN STATEMENT: The Surf Shack will be a gnarly 8’ by 12’ childhood playhouse located at the Johnson’s residence in Destin, Florida. It will be built for their six-year-old daughter, Cara. The main goals of the Surf Shack will be to provide a multi-functional space, be kid friendly, and bring the beach to the Johnson’s backyard.


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ANTHROPOMETRICS AND SAFETY

- The Kitchen is 24 inches tall to accommodate the average 6 year old which is about 42 inches tall. - The surfboard table is only 1 foot tall - All wood surfaces are sanded down and sealed to prevent splinters - Entry door is 5 feet tall to allow adults to enter if needed - No locks are added so that no child can lock themselves inside - The surfboards are bolted into the side of the shack to prevent tipping - The plastered wave has all rounded edges and is non-climable to prevent injuries


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THANK YOU

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