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BAILEY CUMMINS


BAILEY CUMMINS Interior Design Portfolio


My passion for interior design developed in my early childhood from my father taking me to work with him at his residential contracting business. From the foundation work to the insulation installments, I intriguingly watched as the entire construction process transpired. Ever since those days spent at my father’s job sites, I have had an adoration for watching bluep r i n t s d e v e l o p i n t o a r e a l i t y. A s I g r e w o l d e r a n d b e g a n a s s i s t i n g my father with FF&E selection, my interests drew away from the construction standpoint of design and advanced towards the interior processes. I am forever grateful for those experiences and the people I interacted with along the way for shaping my creative mind and leading me to pursue a professional career in interior design.


BAILEY CUMMINS E D U C AT I O N Bachelor of Science in Interior Design Accredited by the Council of Interior Design Accreditation Mississippi State University, Starkville, Mississippi Graduation: August 2019 Major GPA: 3.62 / 4.00 Overall GPA: 3.57 / 4.00

WORK EXPERIENCE Special Event Caterer | April 2017-present Fresh Cut Catering and Floral, Jackson, MS Ornamented venues in preparation for events Created visual displays for food & floral arrangements Prepped food & floral arrangements Served & replenished food during events Bridal Consultant | June 2015-July 2016 Lace Bridal Boutique, Brandon, MS Managed the cash wrap Assisted bridal appointments Assisted bridesmaid & special event appointments Created visual merchandising displays Managed social media accounts Job Shadow - Interior Design | April 2015-August 2015 Dot Reedy Interior Design, Jackson, MS Conducted client & rep meetings Conducted job site visits Measured & sketched job site locations Sketched remodels for specific job sites Assisted with FF&E selection

HONORS + ACTIVITIES President's Scholar | 2017-present ASID National Member | 2015-present Academic Excellence Scholarship Recipient | 2015-present Sherwin-Williams Student Design Challenge | 2018 SOURCE Awards National Lighting Design Competition | 2018 ASID South Central Student Design Summit | 2018 4th Place, Flexsteel Student Furniture Design Competition | 2018 3rd Place, Brasfield and Gorrie Collaborative Design Competition | 2018 Gold Award, Hand Rendering, ASID South Central Design Competition | 2018 Gold Award, Computer Rendering, ASID South Central Design Competition | 2018 Silver Award, Hospitality Design, ASID South Central Design Competition | 2018 Bronze Award, Product Design, ASID South Central Design Competition | 2018 ASID South Central Regional Student Career Day | 2017 ASID Student Lunch & Learns | 2015-2017 Dean's Scholar | 2015-2017

C A M P U S I N V O LV E M E N T Member, Baptist Student Union, Mississippi State University | 2017-present Member, Tau Sigma Delta Honor Society | 2017-present Member, ASID Mississippi State University Student Chapter | 2015-present Member, Phi Mu Fraternity | 2015-present Member, Sign & Banner Committee | 2015-present Member, Philanthropy Committee | 2016-2017 Member, T-Shirt Design Committee | 2015-2016 Member, Sister Circle Development | 2015 Senator, College of Architecture, Art, and Design | 2017-2018 Mississippi State University Student Associations | 2015-2017 Member, Athletics Committee | 2016-2017 Member, Late Night Affairs Committee | 2015-2016 Member, Homecoming & Pageants Committee | 2015-2016 Member, Mississippi State University Dance Marathon | 2015


VOLUNTEER + SERVICE

R E L AT E D C O U R S E S

Volunteer, Mrs. Smith's Tutoring | 2017-present Volunteer, Mississippi State Homecoming Carnival | 2017 Volunteer, Suddoth Elementary Tutoring | 2016-present Supporter, FEED the Hunger | 2016-present Volunteer & Supporter, Oktibbeha County Humane Society | 2016-present Volunteer, PineLake Care Center | 2016-present Participant, Bully's Autism Spectator Glow Run | 2016-present Participant, TK Martin Fun Run | 2016 Volunteer, Children's Soccer Coach | 2016 Participant, Operation Christmas Child | 2015-present Supporter, Children's Miracle Network Hospitals | 2015-present Volunteer & Supporter, Salvation Army | 2015-present Volunteer, Palmer's Home of Columbus,MS | 2015-present Volunteer, The Boys and Girls Club of America | 2015-present Supporter, Dance Marathon | 2015-present

Q U A L I F I C AT I O N S Software Skills

Design Skills

AutoCAD

Hand Rendering

Revit

Digital Rendering

SketchUp

Space Planning

Microsoft Word

Branding

Microsoft Powerpoint

Manual Drafting

Adobe Illustrator

Website Design

Adobe Photoshop

Critical Thinking

Adobe InDesign

Problem Solving

Rhino

Presentation

Technical

Career & Portfolio Development Color & Lighting for Interiors Design I & II Detailing & Construction Environments of Special Needs Furniture Design Hand Rendering History of Interiors I & II

Integrated Lighting Solutions Professional Practice Textiles for Interiors

Technology

AutoCAD 3D CAD & Modeling Digital Design for Interiors

N AT I O N A L S T U D Y T O U R S New York City, NY New Orleans, LA Fayateville, AR Little Rock, AR Chicago, IL Houston, TX Dallas, TX

Address............153 Cedar Lane, Starkville, MS 39759 Link................... www.linkedin.com/in/bailey-cummins Email................ baileycumminsdesign@gmail.com Web.................. bec2002.wixsite.com/portfolio Phone............... 601.896.2460


CONTENTS


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NEXT

Healthcare

COBB MUSEUM Interdisciplinary

RESFEBER Hospitality

17 HOURS Hospitality

ZONE

Corporate

WALKER HALL Integrated Lighting

TECHNICAL

Detailing & Construction

PRODUCT DESIGN Furniture & Lighting

C R E AT I V E

Artwork & Photography


NEXT


Healthcare

Interdisciplinary

Hospitality

Hospitality

Corporate

Integrated Lighting

Te c h n i c a l

Product Design

Creative

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NEXT

Individual project 12,000 SF Revit, Photoshop, & Illustrator Seattle, Washington 1st Place Computer Rendering ASID Design Summit

RESPONSIBILITIES

Branding, Concept Development, Space Planning, Revit Model Building, FF&E Selections, & Renderings.

OBJECTIVE

Brand and design a private medical office located in the SODO District of Seattle, Washington. Branding is intended to accommodate the pre-existing company aesthetic while bringing individuality to the specific location.

RESEARCH

Millenials and baby boomers are the main occupants of Seattle, and the facilities must be functional for both age groups. Seattle is a technologically advanced city and the new office space must comply with these advancements. Natural light promotes employee engagement and productivity, as well a positive environment for healthcare patients.

CONCEPT

NEXT focuses on providing an engaging environment where patients and staff members can unwind, rejuvenate, and flourish from as an escape from the bustling city around them. These aspects are shown in this design by pulling inspiration from a native tree of Seattle, commonly referred to as the Pacific Dogwood Tree. The private medical office promotes mental and physical health for both baby boomers and millenials through the use of natural materials, clear wayfinding, adequate lighting, and multifunctional spaces.

DESIGN GOALS

Create an engaging atmosphere with multipurpose facilities. Encourage users of the space to unwind, rejuvenate, & flourish. Use natural materials as a contrast to the surrounding city.


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SPACE PLANNING REFLECTED CEILING PLAN

Va ria t io n s o f lig h t in g s e r ve a s w ay f in d in g t o d if fe re n t ia t e b e t w e e n p r iva t e a n d p u b lic s p a c e s .

LIGHTING LEGEND CODE

SYMBOL

DESCRIPTION

MANUFACTURER

MODEL

LAMP

MOUNTING

TECHNIQUEQ

L1

RECESSED, DOWNLIGHTH

HALO

SLD4

LED

CEILING

GENERAL/TASK

L2

PENDANT, DOWNLIGHT

SHAPER

143 - P SERIES

LED

PENDANT

TASK/DECORATIVE

2

L3

PENDANT, DOWNLIGHT

SHAPER

146 - P SERIES

LED

PENDANT

TASK/DECORATIVE

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L E D lig h t in g is t h e m a in lig h t s o u rc e f o r e n e rg y e f f ic ie n c y.

QUANTITY

59

L4

RECESSED, LINEAR DOWNLIGHT

NEO-RAY

22DR STRAIGHT & NARROWL

LED

CEILING

GENERAL/TASK

91

L5

DECORATIVE WALL SCONCE

SHAPER

161- W SERIESL

LED

WALL

TASK/DECORATIVE

15

L6

SUSPENDED, DOWNLIGHTC

CORELITE

HUGO- SUSPENDED

LED

CEILING

TASK/DECORATIVE

22

L7

EXIT SIGNA

ATLIFE

AUX SERIES EDGE

LED

WALL

TASK/EMERGENCY

13

L8

RECESSED, LINEAR DOWNLIGHT

NEO-RAY2

23DR STRAIGHT & NARROW

LED

CEILING

GENERAL/TASK

40

L9

PENDANT, DOWNLIGHT

SHAPER

144- P SERIESL

LED

PENDANT

TASK/DECORATIVE

12

L10S

SUSPENDED , DOWNLIGHTC

CORELITE

IRIDIUM- SUSPENDED I2 PERF INLAY

LED

CEILING

GENERAL/TASK

L11P

PENDANT, DOWNLIGHT

SHAPER

141-P SERIES

LED

PENDANT

TASK/DECORATIVE

13

L12P

PENDANT, DOWNLIGHT

SHAPER

145-P SERIES

LED

PENDANT

TASK/DECORATIVE

9

L13P

PENDANT, DOWNLIGHT

SHAPER

122-S SERIES

LED

CEILING

ACCENT/DECCORATIVE

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13

Natural and ar tificial lighting are crucial for des ign s ucces s .


FURNITURE PLAN 28

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In f o r m al c o n fe re n c e a re a ad j acen t to op e n o f f i ces .

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Add i ti o n al b re ak sp ace to e m p h as i ze rej u ve n ati o n an d relax ati o n .

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R ecep ti o n / Wai ti n g P u b l i c L i fe s ty l e Zo n e A DA Re s tro o m Ex am Ro o m 1 Ex am Ro o m 2 Ex am Ro o m 3 Ex am Ro o m 4 Ex am Ro o m 5 Ex am Ro o m 6 Ex am Ro o m 7 Ex am Ro o m 8 Ex am Ro o m 9 Ex am Ro o m 1 0 C o n s u l tati o n Ro om 1 C o n s u l tati o n Ro om 2 M o th er ’s Ro o m

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A c u p u n c t u re R o o m Massage Room 1 Massage Room 2 M e d i u m C o n fe re n c e Sh a re d Offi c e 1 Sh a re d Offi c e 2 C o n fe re n c e B re a k Ou t L a rg e C o n fe re n c e Wo r k C a fe Op e n Of f i c e s P r i va t e L i fe s t y l e Zo n e Phone/Quiet Rooms Medical Supply R e s o u rc e C e n t e r Laundry Room A DA R e s t ro o m

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R o llin g b a s e f u rn it u re t o in c o r p o ra t e m u lt ip u rp o s e s p a c e s.

C o n fe re n c e b re a k o u t a n d m u lt ip le lo u n g e a re a s t o p ro m o t e c o n n e c t iv it y.

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LOCATION KEY

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Va rie t y o f e x a m ro o m layo u t s t o c a t e r t o m ille n ia ls a n d b a by b o o m e rs .

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Reception and open of f ic e s placed in s pecific locat io n s t o maximize natural light in t a ke .

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Open Office Workstations

WAITING ROOM

Guests are greeted with natural materials, natural lighting, and calming earth tones to display a strong sense of company branding. Natural lighting is important for the waiting room to promote a positive environment and well being for healthcare patients.


LIFESTYLE ZONE Lifestyle zones are placed in the office to encourage employee engagement with the public. Drop down ceilings and lighting displays are inspired by the canopy of the Pacific Dogwood Tree.

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Open Office Workstations

OPEN OFFICES

Desking systems to promote an open workspace and encourage employees to interact. Wooden panelling inspired by the winding tree limbs of the Dogwood Tree. Technology incorporated to conform with the technologically advanced city. Lounge seating and private zones placed throughout to help employees relax.


WORK CAFE Promotes connectivity within the office as well as the surrounding community through dedicated areas for cooking lessons and public speakers. Multipurpose space that can be used for dining, meetings, private work, or social gatherings.

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Open Office Workstations

LARGE CONF.

Acoustic ceiling panels resembling the silence and serenity found in nature while providing acoustical privacy during patient and office meetings.


MATERIALS

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COBB MUSEUM


Healthcare

Interdisciplinary

Hospitality

Hospitality

Corporate

Integrated Lighting

Te c h n i c a l

Product Design

Creative

14 | INTERDISCIPLINARY: Cobb Museum


LOIS DOWDLE COBB MUSEUM OF ARCHEOLOGY

OBJECTIVE

Collaborate with Architecture, Building Construction Science, Graphic Design and Interior Design students to redesign the Lois Dowdle Cobb Museum of Archaeology located at Mississippi State University. Update the facilities to focus on the demographics of the space.

RESEARCH Team of 11 7,500 SF Revit, Photoshop, Illustrator, & Excel Starkville, Mississippi 3rd Place Brasfield & Gorrie Student Competition

RESPONSIBILITIES

Research, Rebranding, FF&E Selection, Renderings, & Final Project Packet

Only 24.1% of museum visitors attend museums for the exhibits themselves. The other wide percentage attends them to experience the museum as a whole. Due to this information, it is critical for museums to be intriguing and aesthetically pleasing with easy wayfinding for functionality. Due to this museum being on a college campus with no immediate parking, many visitors will have to walk a while to get there which makes seating an important accomodation. The Cobb Museum typically sees 2,500 visitors and majority of these are elementary school students. Yale University performed a study that concluded that museum success is based on specific museums providing accomodations for their specific visitors. Due to the Cobb Museum’s main visitors being elementary students, it is crucial for the renovation to be engaging to a younger audience.

CONCEPT

The renovated museum follows a motif of layers inspired by archaeological excavations. From the inwardly tiered entrance to the multi-level displays, users are drawn to the museum downstairs. Interactive displays and areas for activities transform the museum into a community based space that concentrates on the institutes typical visitors.

DESIGN GOALS

Create a practical design that engages visitors of all ages. Provide flexible displays and an adaptable floor plan for exhibit changes. Draw interest and increase overall attendance through interactive zones.


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SPACE PLANNING MUSEUM FLOOR PLAN

LEVEL 1 FLOOR PLAN

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G ift s hop s er ving as mus eum exit to increas e mus eum s ales .

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LOCATION KEY

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Mu s e u m E n t r a n c e Ne w Wo r l d Ex h i b i t Vau l t In ter acti ve R o c k Wa l l Sto r ag e

Ha n d p a in t e d m u r a l o f a n c ie n t r u in s c re a t e d by a lo c a l St a r k v ille re s id e n t .

Cus tom rolling bas ed dis play cas ings to provide floor plan flexibility.

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Potter y repair room w here vis itors are able to w atch the repair proces s take place.

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LOCATION KEY

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Po t t e r y R e p a ir Room Fe a t u re d E x h ibits Ol d Wo r l d E x hibit In t e r a c t i ve Dig Zone G i ft Sh o p

1 1 Building Lobby 1 2 Women’s Res troom 1 3 M en’s Res troom

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M e z z a n in e b a lc o n y over lo o k in g t h e in t e r a c t ive d ig zo n e a n d d is p lay in g a s u s p e n d e d 20 foot canoe.

T ie re d e n t ra n c e w it h r a is e d dis p lay c a s e s d ra w in g a t t e n t io n to t h e m u s e u m d o w n s t a ir s .


LONGITUDINAL SECTION

TRANSVERSE SECTION

C u s t o m c l o uds placed in i n t e r a c t i ve zones to d i f fe re n t i a t e betw een s paces .

Added s ignag e s e r v in g a s w ay finding to d r a w a t t e n t io n t o the mus eum d o w n s t a ir s .

EXTERIOR ELEVATION

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Open Office Workstations

OLD WORLD

Layered walls with recessed display casings displaying artifacts from the Old World Exhibit while portraying the overall concept of layers. Recessed cans with featured pendant lighting to appropriately illuminate the space at a level that is not harmful to the artifacts.


NEW WORLD Custom display casings designed for layout flexibility and easy maintenance. Signage on the walls explaining to museum goers the significance of the artifacts.

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Open Office Workstations

DIG ZONE

Interactive zone for children to dig in the sand and find artifacts. Touch screen monitor for children to learn the history of what they find. Cut through ceiling to level 1 where a 20 foot canoe is dispayed in the building entrance. Custom multicolored cloud ceilings highlighting interactive zones.


ROCK WALL Interactive rock wall where children are encouraged to learn about the artifacts displayed in the dugouts Touch screen monitor displaying educational videos. Bench seating for guardians of the children as they explore.

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RESFEBER


Healthcare

Interdisciplinary

Hospitality

Hospitality

Corporate

Integrated Lighting

Te c h n i c a l

Product Design

Creative

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OBJECTIVE FINE DINING

Design a boutique hotel located in Palm Springs, California. Hotel amenities include restaurant, bar and lounge, mineral spa, rooftop pool, and rooftop bar and grill.

RESEARCH Team of 3 32,000 SF AutoCAD, Revit, Photoshop, & InDesign Palm Springs, California

RESPONSIBILITIES

Research, Branding, Concept Development, Space Planning, Guestroom Level, & Renderings

The definition of Resfeber is “The restless race of the traveler’s heart before the journey begins.” This applies to the hotel because the spaces take hotel goers on a journey through the history of Palm Springs. According to an interview with the mayor of Palm Springs, he stated that they are currently in a historic renaissance and the design of Resfeber must comply with this.

CONCEPT

Resfeber is a boutique hotel located on the edge of Coachella Valley. Developing in the 1920's, this alluring desert town evolved into what is formally known as Hollywood's Playground. Celebrities are drawn here due to the beautiful weather that averages 350 days of sunshine per year, the luxurious restaurants and boutiques, and the edgy nightlife. Aside from celebrities, Palm Springs sees around 13 million visitors per year, which makes it the perfect location for a new and vibrant hotel. Inspired by the rich history of the city in which it's located, Resfeber takes hotel goers on a journey through time and space as they induldge in the numerous amenities. The sleek, modern architecture mixed with the vibrant materials and finishes embraces the desert landscape and captivates guests senses.

DESIGN GOALS

Design a hotel that stands out from the competition. Display important time periods of Palm Springs history through design elements. Use retro materials and furniture.


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FIRST FLOOR

LOCATION KEY

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1 2 3 4 5 6

2 3 R eces s ed l o u n g e s e ati n g l o c a t e d ad j ac en t to t h e re cep ti o n d e s k.

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FIRST FLOOR RENDERED FLOOR PLAN

Ho t e l L o b by M e n’s R e s t ro o m Wo m e n’s R e s t ro o m R e s t a u r a n t 38 Eo n L o u n g e M ira g e Sp a


EON FIRST FLOOR AMENITIES

Eon Lounge is located in the lobby of Resfeber Resort and Spa where it provides a full service bar and a gathering place for hotel goers to socialize. Inspired by the time period in which celebrities began establishing Palm Springs as their desert oasis, Eon Lounge takes guests all the way back to the 1920's through the use of Art Deco elements and exaggerated ornamentation.

LOUNGE

For guests that would rather indulge in a fine dining experience versus a lounge, Restaurant 38 is also located on the ground level of Resfeber Resort and Spa. This lively restaurant embodies the significant treasures of Palm Springs. Ever since it was topographically founded in 1838, visitors seeking an enriched sanctuary have claimed Palm Springs as their ideal desert destination. While dining in this space, guests will be surrounded by rich elements inspired by the desert landscape of Palm Springs.

38 Mirage MINERAL

SPA

Mirage Mineral Spa is located behind lobby on the first floor to provide users with serenity. Mirage's amenities include 5 massage rooms, a mineral pool, a detoxing steam room, and a nail salon. For guests who choose physical excersice as their way to relax, Mirage is connected to a workout facility with private locker rooms. This blissful experience is inspired by natural hot springs and mineral pools located in Palm Springs deserts. The word mirage is defined as a temporary optical illusion caused by atmospheric conditions. This spa does not necessarily embody optical illusions, but it serves as a place for guests to temporarily forget the stresses of their lives and perceive the beauty of the world around them.

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Open Office Workstations

EON BAR

Guests are greeted with a circular entrance that invites guests into the art deco inspired lounge located in the lobby for easy accessibility. Exaggerated ornamentation to fully engage guests.


EON LOUNGE Lounge area displays a variety of seating to accommodate all guests.

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Open Office Workstations

38 BAR

Located in the lobby of Resfeber for easy accessibility. Extends into an outdoor patio to draw attention as people pass by.


38 DINING The contrasting textures bring a lively aesthetic to this fine dining experience. This space displays a mixture of art deco and retro inspired elements to reflect the overall concept.

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Open Office Workstations

MIRAGE SPA

Spa reception adjacent to the hotel lobby to allow guests easy access. Textured reception desk and walls reflect the overall concept. Incorporation of live plants add to the tranquil environment of the high end spa.


MIRAGE POOL Glass enclosed steam room adjacent to the mineral pool allows guests to easily alternate between the two. Running waterfall streams from the ceiling into the mineral pool.

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GUESTROOM LEVELS

ROOM BREAKDOWN

King Q ueen Double Junior Suite Standard Suite

Each g u e s t ro o m leve l c o n s is t s o f 3 k in g s u it e s , 4 que e n s u it e s , 2 d o u b le s u it e s , 2 s u it e s w it h 2 dou b le b e d s , 1 s u it e w it h 2 q u e e n b e d s , 2 j unio r s u it e s e q u ip p e d w it h a s le e p e r s o f a , a n d a s ta n d a rd s u it e e q u ip p e d w it h a s le e p e r s o f a , a full lo u n g e a re a , a n d a k it c h e n e t t e .

C u s t o m c a rp e t lin e s t h e h a llw ay s t o g ive R e s fe b e r it s ’ o n e o f a k in d lo o k .

O n e A DA a c ce ss i b l e ro o m i s l oca te d o n ea ch q u e s tro o m l evel .

GUESTROOM RENDERED FLOOR PLAN


MAQUETTE

Th is 3D m a q u e t t e s h o w s a d o u b le s u it e . Th e m o d e l d is p lay s t h e c u s t o m b e d f ra m e w it h lu g g a g e s t o ra g e a n d a b u ilt in n ig h t s t a n d . It a ls o s h o w s t h e c u s t o m e n t e r t a in m e n t s y s t e m w it h b u ilt in h a n g in g ra c k s t o s e r ve a s a c lo s e t . All m a t e r ia ls a n d f in is h e s w e re c h o s e n t o d is p lay a re t ro , s p a c e a g e in s p ire d d e s ig n .

Each gues troom, as we ll a s t h e gues troom corridors , d is p lay a r t ins tallations from a l o c a l a r t is t w ho gets his ins piratio n f o r h is w orks from outer s pa c e.

CORRIDOR ELEVATION

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Open Office Workstations

QUEEN SUITE

Guest room amenities include a mini bar, luggage storage located under the bench seating of the custom bed, and a lounge area. Custom retro wall coverings were installed to the walls that the beds back up to and custom pendants take the place of typical bedside table lighting.


JUNIOR SUITE Junior and standard suites are accompanied with a full entertainment system, sofa, and lounge chairs. Standard suites also have a full kitchen and island. Vibrant colors and materials are used in the suites to display the retro time period in which they represent.

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ROOFTOP LEVEL

Bar and res taurant that s tar ts as Luna Landing during the day and trans itions to Darks ide of the M oon as the s un s ets .

Rest a u r an t d i n i n g w i t h a var i e ty o f se a t i n g to m a xi m i ze o cc u p an cy o f th e spa c e.

H anging b e d lounging lo c a t e d adj acent t o t h e amphith e a t e r.

6 p riva t e c a b a n a lo u n g e s ava ila b le f o r g u e s t s t o re n t t h a t ove rlo o k t h e a m p h it h e a t e r o r t h e d a n c e f lo o r.

Rec ess ed f i re p i ts i n a d ja c en cy wi th t he po o l d e ck an d t he swi m u p b ar.

ROOFTOP RENDERED FLOOR PLAN


PHYSICAL MODEL

T h e p h y s i c al m o d e l b r i n g s t h e c o n c e p t o f t h e rooftop to life. T his model s how s th e var y i n g l eve l s a n d t h e s l e e k a rc h i t e c t u re i n corporated in the des ign.

ROOFTOP CONCEPT Inspired by a local Palm Spring artist whose work features elements of space, Luna Landing provides hotel guests with an oasis from the bustling art and shopping district that lies below. In the city known as the Playground for the Stars, guests are able to feel like a star themselves while enjoying all of the amenities this rooftop offers. These include an infinity pool, a swim up bar, private cabana lounging, an amphitheater, hammocks, and a tanning deck. As the sun begins to set, Resfeber's rooftop transforms into a lively night time scene. Palm Springs is known for their energetic nightlife, but the Darkside of the Moon puts an innovative twist on the typical club scene. Ammenities include a dj booth located on top of the swim up bar, a dance floor, live entertainment on the lawn, recessed fire pits, and a full service bar.

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Open Office Workstations

SWIM UP BAR

Swim up pool bar inspired by a retro lifeguard stand. Bar doubles as a DJ booth up top for night time festivities. Glass encased infinity pool that overlooks the city below.


CABANA LOUNGE Private cabana lounges overlook the pool deck. This specific pool deck doubles as an extra lounge space during the day and a dance floor at night.

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Open Office Workstations

ROOFTOP BAR

LED cans illuminate the ceiling with vibrant colors to portray a lively night time hot spot.


ROOFTOP LOUNGE Cut out skylight in the ceiling inspired by a space shuttle launch pad. Sleek materials and furniture were chosen to give guests a true feel of space.

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17 HOURS


Healthcare

Interdisciplinary

Hospitality

Hospitality

Corporate

Integrated Lighting

Te c h n i c a l

Product Design

Creative

46 | HOSPITALITY: 17 Hours


OBJECTIVE

Brand and design an international restaurant located in Barcelona, Spain. The design should characterize the distinct style of Barcelona.

Team of 2 7,400 SF Revit, Photoshop, & InDesign Barcelona, Spain 2nd Place Hospitality Design ASID Design Summit

RESPONSIBILITIES

Research, Branding, Custom Revit Components, Exterior Elevation, FF&E Selection, & Renderings

RESEARCH

Barcelona locals typically eat lunch between 1 to 4 and dinner between 9 to 11 and business hours must coordinate with these times. Antoni Gaudi is a Barcelona based architect known for his free flowing works typically inspired by nature. Barcelona is known for their extravagent nightlife with bars and clubs that stay open until 6 in the morning.

CONCEPT

Inspired by Antoni Gaudi's use of asymmetry paired with organic shapes, 17 Hours' vivid atmosphere pushes his ideas to the limit. The name derives from the restaurant's hours of operation, which begin at 11 AM and run into the early hours of the following day. Beginning around 11 PM, the restaurant transitions into a lively night time scene equipped with a full service bar and VIP seating to accomodate the energetic nightlife that Barcelona is known for. The overall goal for the design of this space is to create a bold design that is inviting and empowering to all.

DESIGN GOALS

Incorporate elements inspired by Antoni Gaudi. Use vibrant colors and mosaic patterns to reflect the style of Barcelona. Mix symmetrical and asymmetrical design features.


48 | HOSPITALITY: 17 Hours


SPACE PLANNING

O p e n f lo o r p la n to p rov id e e a s y a c c e s s ib ilit y f o r a ll c u s t o m e rs .

360 d e g re e f u ll s e r v ic e b a r o p e n a ll h o u r s o f o p e r a t io n a n d o rn a m e n t e d w it h m o s a ic t ile s .

C u s t o m b o o t h s e a t in g f o r d in in g d u rin g t h e d ay a n d VIP s e a t in g a t n ig h t .

P riva t e p a r t y d in in g s e p e r at e d f ro m o p e n d in in g by p o r t ab le p a r t it io n s .

COLOR CODED LEGEND

O u td o o r Di n i n g R ecep ti o n A re a P r i vate Di n i n g Dining B ar

RENDERED FLOOR PLAN

Wo m e n’s R e s troom Wa i t e r ’s A re a M e n’s R e s t room Ki t c h e n F i re E s c a p e

Symmetrical f lo o r p la n c re a t in g a contras t ag a in s t t h e as ymmetrica l f u rn it u re .


CARMEN AMAYA ELEVATION

CLARA CAMPOAMOA ELEVATION

MARINA GINESTA ELEVATION

Mu r a l s o f i n fl u e n t i a l S p a n i s h fe m a l e figures can be s een in various locations throughout the res tau r a n t . T h e s e s e r ve a s a re m i n d e r for thos e w ho dine and drink at 1 7 H ours that pow er ful i n d l ue n c e r s h ave n o c e r t ai n m o l d , b u t ins tead, they create their ow n mold.

50 | HOSPITALITY: 17 Hours


Open Office Workstations

HOSTESS STATION

Guests are greeted with a vibrant reception area displaying a custom reception desk influenced by Gaudi's use of organic shapes. Asymmetrical design elements symmetrically placed throughout the floor plan. Exposed brick and wooden elements add rustic contrast to the colorful materials.


BOOTH DINING Custom booth seating fabricated with an original textile inspired by mosaic tiles. Electric blue and purple materials for seating to add to the vibrant atmosphere. Asymmetrical booth seating adds contrast to the symmetrically laid out floor plan.

52 | HOSPITALITY: 17 Hours


Open Office Workstations

BAR DINING

Multi-colored light fixtures and seating create an engaging space. Custom bar and drop down ceilings resemble Antoni Gaudi’s use of organic shapes. Mosaic tiles add an asymmetrical aspect and serves as a flooring variation to differentiate between spaces.


TABLE DINING Custom window features inspired by one of Gaudi’s most notorious buildings, Casa Batilo. Variation of seating to accomadate all size parties.

54 | HOSPITALITY: 17 Hours


FURNITURE


MATERIALS

56 | HOSPITALITY: 17 Hours


ZONE


Healthcare

Interdisciplinary

Hospitality

Hospitality

Corporate

Integrated Lighting

Te c h n i c a l

Product Design

Creative

58 | CORPORATE: Zone


OBJECTIVE

ZONE

Design a new headquarters for a commercial real estate agency located in Denver, Colorado. Rebrand the company in a way that recedes from their traditional roots as they wish to modernize their name to conform to the new location.

RESEARCH Individual Project 12,550 SF Revit, Photoshop, & Illustrator Denver, Colorado

RESPONSIBILITIES

Research, Branding, Concept Development, Space Planning, Revit Model, Renderings

Denver is the most populated city in Colorado and is rapidly changing. The number one demand from office employees is to have a variety of workplace environments and multipurpose spaces. Different color hues affect productivity and the overall well being of employees.

CONCEPT

Zoning is a process in which cities are divided into sections that each serve a specific function. City zoning is broken down into five main categories; commercial, residential, mixed residential-commercial, industrial, and spatial. Even though each of these sections serve their own purpose, they all coincide to create a prosperous city. Inspired by this idea, ZONE is split into five workplace environments that coexist to create a successful business. These workplace environments include spatial, meeting, nomadic, resource, and resident. Each specific environment is highlighted through the design of ZONE by their designated colors.

DESIGN GOALS

Provide a variety of workplace environments and multipurpose spaces. Use colors to differentiate between certain workplace environments. Create a space that connects employees with the surrounding community.


60 | CORPORATE: Zone


SPACE PLANNING COLOR ANALYSES

Nomadic Work Zone Mixed City Zoning Meeting Work Zone Industrial City Zoning Resource Work Zone Commercial City Zoning Social Work Zone Spatial City Zoning Resident Work Zone Residential City Zoning

Through research on color study analyses it was shown that the color ORANGE is associated with creativity and high energy, the color BLUE is a soothing color associated with communication, and the color YELLOW is associated with optimism and happiness. The color of each workplace zone was decided based on these emotions. WORK ZONE FUNCTIONS

Nomadic Work Zones are areas highlighted in dark blue where employees can go to focus on individual work. Meeting Work Zones are areas highlighted in dark orange that provide large, medium, and small conference type settings. Resource Work Zones are areas highlighted in teal that provide resources for employees. Examples of this zone include the copying/printing room and the kitchen. Social Work Zones are areas highlighted in yellow where employees can go to take a break from work and catch up with their fellow employees. Resident Work Zones are highlighted in light orange and represent multipurpose spaces that can be used for individual work or group work.


ADJACENCY DIAGRAM

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R e c e p t io n L a rg e C o n fe re n c e C o n n e c t Zo n e 1 Wo rk C a fe M e d iu m C o n fe re n c e 1 P h o n e / Q u ie t R o o m 1 P h o n e / Q u ie t R o o m 2 M o t h e r ’s R o o m 1 O u t d o o r Pa t io 1 O p e n O f f ic e s C o n n e c t Zo n e 2 O u t d o o r Pa t io 2 R e s o u rc e R o o m Sm a ll C o n fe re n c e 1 Sm a ll C o n fe re n c e 2 Se c lu d e d O f f ic e s In d iv id u a l O f f ic e 1 In d iv id u a l O f f ic e 2 In d iv id u a l O f f ic e 3 In d iv id u a l O f f ic e 4 Ve n d in g M a c h in e s ADA R e s t ro o m 1 ADA R e s t ro o m 2 M e d iu m C o n fe re n c e 2 M e d iu m C o n fe re n c e 3 M o t h e r ’s R o o m 2 P h o n e / Q u ie t R o o m 3 P h o n e / Q u ie t R o o m 4

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Variety of s eating and a mix of all w ork zones to provide a s pace for all types of w orke rs .

62 | CORPORATE: Zone


Open Office Workstations

OPEN OFFICES

Displays social and resident work zones differentiated by yellow and orange flooring. Local art installed in social areas to connect with the local community. Dry erase walls and technology in all work resident work zones.


WORK CAFE Represents a multipurpose area with a variety of seating that employees can utilize as a meeting space, a social space, or a nomadic work space.

64 | CORPORATE: Zone


Open Office Workstations

CONNECT ZONE

Multipurpose area shown through the mix of blue, orange, and yellow. Can be used as a meeting space or a break area. Monitors are mounted that display local news at all times to keep employees connected with the surrounding community.


LARGE CONF. Orange is the dominant color to promote creativity in this meeting space. All conference rooms are euipped with up to date technology and V.I.A dry erase walls to further encourage creativity and collaboration.

66 | CORPORATE: Zone


FURNITURE


MATERIALS

68 | CORPORATE: Zone


WALKER HALL


Healthcare

Interdisciplinary

Hospitality

Hospitality

Corporate

Integrated Lighting

Te c h n i c a l

Product Design

Creative

70 | INTEGRATED LIGHTING: Walker Hall


WALKER H A L L

OBJECTIVE

Perform a lighting analysis and a daylight zoning analysis of Walker Engineering Hall. Design a cost efficient and energy efficient remodel for the space.

RESEARCH Team of 2 500 SF AutoCAD, Revit, Photoshop, & Illustrator Starkville, Mississippi

RESPONSIBILITIES

Lighting Analysis, Site Evaluation, Reflected Ceiling Plan, Lighting Legend, & Renderings

LED lighting is the best option for energy efficiency. Appropriate lighting is a dominant factor in the brain’s ability to focus, and poor lighting adds stress and reduces the brain’s ability to retain information. With the incorporation of adequate lighting employees and students of Walker Hall will experience less stress, lower anxiety rates, and their overall health and behavior will improve.

CONCEPT

The incorporation of linear lighting creates a modern atmosphere. The recessed cans along the drop down ceilings add general lighting to the building. Special features, such as the canoes and the hummingbird photography, are high lighted with LED strip lighting. All of these elements paired with the geometric chandeliers in the lobby create a new, contemporary space for the faculty and students of Mississippi State University.

DESIGN GOALS

Design an energy efficient lighting display. Incorporate textures and colored materials to liven up the space. Create a modernized renovation.


72 | INTEGRATED LIGHTING: Walker Hall


LIGHTING ANALYSIS

The penetration of daylight is 29 feet from the window. The window is placed in a curtain wall so natural light floods into the space.

DAYLIGHT ZONING

Building - Engineering Space Typology - Lobby & Hallway Date of Analysis - 4/10/2018 A ll lighting equipped w ith LED Time for of Analysis - 11:00 AM bulbs energy efficiency. Primary Function - Circulation Secondary Function - Lounging


PROPOSED REFLECTED CEILING PLAN

Lighting Legend Symbol

Quantity

Size

Manufacturer/Number

38

6" LED Recessed Can

PD630DLVIEMPDM6B9440

27

4' LED Recessed Strip

S121-DR-2-40-GYP-0048-1-U-ED-E-CP-1-W

3

3'x6' Suspended LED Pendant

Axolight USFRAMEG

3

4'x4' Suspended LED Pendant

Axolight USFRAMEM

All lig h t in g e q u ip p e d w it h L E D b u lb s f o r e n e rg y e f f ic ie n c y.

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74 | INTEGRATED LIGHTING: Walker Hall


Open Office Workstations

WALKER LOBBY Recessed LED strips highlighting special features.

Varying suspended pendants adding a modern component as general lighting.


MAIN CORRIDOR LED strip lighting displaying illumination and modernization. Drop down ceilings adding depth to the interior.

76 | INTEGRATED LIGHTING: Walker Hall


TECHNICAL


Healthcare

Interdisciplinary

Hospitality

Hospitality

Corporate

Integrated Lighting

Te c h n i c a l

Product Design

Creative

78 | TECHNICAL: Detailing & Construction


DETAILING & CONSTRUCTION CUSTOM MILLWORK

NEXT Reception Floor Plan


Elevation B - Side Elevation

Elevation C - Front Elevation

Individual Project AutoCAD Elevation D - Back Elevation

80 | TECHNICAL: Custom Millwork


DETAILING & CONSTRUCTION PARTITION, HEAD, & JAMB DETAILS

Fire Rated Partition A

Fire Rated Partition B

Fire Rated Partition C


Head A - 1 Hr. Partition

Jamb A - 1 Hr. Partition

Head B - 2 Hr. Partition

Jamb B - 2 Hr. Partition

82 | TECHNICAL: Partition, Head, & Jamb Details


PRODUCT DESIGN


Healthcare

Interdisciplinary

Hospitality

Hospitality

Corporate

Integrated Lighting

Te c h n i c a l

Product Design

Creative

84 | PRODUCT DESIGN: Furniture & Lighting


Letgo OBJECTIVE

Research Flexsteel Industries and design a piece of furniture to present to the company. The furniture piece must be applicable to the hospitality industry. Individual Project Rhino, AutoCAD, & 3D Printing 4th Place Flexsteel Industries Student Competition

RESPONSIBILITIES

Research, Branding, Concept Development, Rhino Model, Shop Drawings, & 3D Model

RESEARCH

Flexsteel’s hospitality line has a limited selection in sofas and sectionals, so Letgo is designed to fit both categories. Designers in the hospitality industry need a product available for custimization for each individual space. There is no set age group that occupies the hospitality industry, so the furniture used in these spaces must be universal.

CONCEPT

Versatile. By definition, this word refers to something or someones ability to adapt to or to be adapted to numerous different functions and activities. With the vastly changing world around us, it is crucial for manufactured furniture to be able to continue to sell for years to come. The design of Letgo takes the clean and sharp lines of a Lego to create a timeless furniture piece. As a child is able to make their vision come to life by placing individual Lego pieces together, designers and clients are given this same luxury with Letgo’s 5 main pieces.

DESIGN GOALS

Create a modular lounge system. Design style should be contemporary to be able to continue to sell in the future. Pieces should be comfortable and functional for all age groups.

Design Sketches


3D Renderings

The 5 main pieces of Letgo consist of a lounge chair, a loveseat, a sofa, a chaise lounge, and a connector piece. An ottoman is also available to purchase with every order. The individual pieces are able to be ordered by themselves, and they are also available backless and armless. Together these form 9 main configurations, but clients are able to place custom orders.

86 | PRODUCT DESIGN: Letgo


Revolution OBJECTIVE Individual Project Revit & AutoCAD 3rd Place Product Design ASID Design Summit

RESPONSIBILITIES

Concept Development, Revit Model, Shop Drawings, & Lamp Construction

Design Process

Develop a concept that speaks to the general population. Design and construct a table lamp to be used as ambiant lighting.

CONCEPT

Chicago, Illinois is known for its towering skyscrapers. The architects responsible for them are continuously becoming more and more developed in their area of expertise. In the future we can expect the design of these skyscrapers to become more intricate and unique. Revolution embraces this future through its modern design composed of construction materials. The rotating wooden pieces portray the fast paced evolution of skyscrapers, and the negative space between these pieces mimics the sun reflecting off of a skyscrapers windows.

DESIGN GOALS

Create a modern design. Use a bulb appropriate for ambiant lighting. Construct it to resemble skyscraper architecture.


MATERIALS

8"

Materials used to construct Revolution were purposefully picked to resemble materials that are used to build skyscrapers. The wood represents a wooden frame, and the bolts placed between each layer represent bolts used in the construction process.

8"

8"

15"

15"

LAMP SPECS

8"

Front View

Side View

Size: 15"H x 8"W Voltage: 120 Wattage: 40 Color Temperature: 2,700 K Lumens: 430 Life Span: 30,000 hrs

Top View

88 | PRODUCT DESIGN: Revolution


CREATIVE


Healthcare

Interdisciplinary

Hospitality

Hospitality

Corporate

Integrated Lighting

Te c h n i c a l

Product Design

Creative

90 | CREATIVE: Artwork & Photography


HAND RENDERING

FIRST PLACE: HAND RENDERING ASID South Central Student Design Summit


92 | CREATIVE: Hand Rendering


PHOTOGRAPHY


94 | CREATIVE: Photography


DRAWING


96 | CREATIVE: Drawing


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Bailey Cummins | Interior Design Portfolio  

A collection of my Interior Design work completed during my time at Mississippi State University.

Bailey Cummins | Interior Design Portfolio  

A collection of my Interior Design work completed during my time at Mississippi State University.

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