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Contacting Me.. Mailing Address: Barbara Pschirer 471 30th Street #2 Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15219 Telephone: 412.478.6527 Email: BarbaraPschirer@gmail.com

“Since the beginning of time, true innovation has come those who were not afraid to break tradition for a great design idea.� - Me


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What is Urban Agriculture? Urban agriculture is the practice of cultivating, processing, and distributing food in and around a city. Urban agriculture contributes to food security and food safety in two ways: first, it increases the amount of food available to people living in cities, and, second, it allows fresh vegetables and fruits to be made available to urban consumers. With the rising population of the world, sooner or later, cities that have come to take large-scale food imports for granted may need to consider reviving agricultural production in urban areas. Urban agriculture can take shape in many ways, from patio container gardens, farmers markets, vertical gardens, and living roofs, to new ideas like skyscrapers built in cities whose sole purpose is to grow food vertically for the surrounding community.

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What are the Benefits? Local food is cheaper because it travels less, and is refrigerated less. Growing local food stimulates the economy by giving people jobs, as well as keeping capital spent in the community. Promotes the health of a community by providing healthier alternatives to cheap snacks, and also creates opportunities for exercise by gardening.

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Growing gardens can strengthen and create new connections for residents who are involved. Residents know the origin of their food, and the process of growing it. Urban farming can help to create an improved microclimate and to conserve soils, to minimize waste in cities and to improve nutrient recycling.

Image Key: 1. Example of a living wall on a shop 2. Vertical farming using textiles as planters 3. Living roof in a city 4. The Harvest Project, Vancouver, Canada. A skyscraper dedicated to growing food for the Vancouver area. 5. Location of The Brewery: 25th & Smallman St. 4 Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania in the Strip District

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Schematic Design & Design Development

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Conceptual Sketches: 1. Corridor ideation using panels in a rhythmic pattern on the ceiling with coordinating lighting. 2. Open atrium idea through center of the building using catwalks to gather vegetables. 3. Second catwalk idea used on the entire back of the building, this idea used too much sq ft. 4. Concept piece: Rhythmic Synthesis shown inside vegetables.

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Floor Plan Design Development: The first floor plan needed to include an outdoor courtyard for residents, retail area, reception area, plant atrium, and common spaces which will include lounge seating, bar, pool table, and restrooms for the retail space. The second floor and above include lofts, open atrium space, a fitness area, and business center. 4

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Image Key: 1. Perspective of the front of the brewery. 2. Perspective of the back of the brewery featuring a large growing atrium. 3. Color coded horizontal section showing split level floors.

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Reception & Lounge: Reception Area Design Summary: The concept of rhythmic synthesis was used in the design of this scheme. This design is very grounded by using neutrals and browns with pops of deep reds and yellow greens. Just as in nature the colors of fruits and vegetables take center stage in brown soil. Sustainable fabrics and materials are used throughout. These areas are complimented by a large atrium used to grow hydroponic vegetables for the residents and community.

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Left: Reception Furniture and Finishes Above: Valcent Technologies “Verticrop� High Density Vertical Growth System

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Top Left: Tomatoes produce more when grown upside down giving inspiration for growing them indoors or on terraces. Top Right: Raised bed planters are allocated for each resident as a way of bringing the urban community together. Bottom Left: Transparent water walls are used by the seating area to bring natural light, and nature to the dark corridor of the first floor. Bottom Right: A large living wall on the south facing side of the building is a way to reintroduce nature to a neighborhood.


Nigh Residence Design Summary: This loft’s design was inspired by the mid-century modern era. The client wanted an eco-friendly home that was also trendy and modern. Sustainable fabrics, finishes, and materials were used as well as some reclaimed furniture from local antique shops. Urban agriculture was introduced into this loft by using an indoor living wall, as well as mobile planters; outdoor gardening space is also available for this client.

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Vertical Gardening: This type of hydroponic growing system would be installed flush with the wall and be self sufficient for up to a month as feeding and watering is automatic. This system can be used to grow lettuces, herbs, and strawberries indoors and out.


Perry Residence Design Summary: This loft’s design centered mainly around a modern regency style. The client wanted eco-friendly materials, finishes, and equipment as well as a high end look. Tufted furnishings as well as gold and silver are prominent in this design, with small hints of turquoise. This space is meant to capture the glitz and glamour of the Hollywood Regency style, while still being updated, modern, and sustainable. Urban agriculture was introduced by giving the client an indoor hydroponic living wall for growing lettuces and herbs, as well as a large outdoor terrace.

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Floor Plan Key: 1. Vestibule 2. Lobby & Reception 3. Manager’s Office 4. Men’s Dorm Toilet Room 5. Men’s Dormatory 6. Kitchen 7. Bar & Lounge 8. Dining Room 9. Manager’s Living Quarters

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Above: 1. Lobby Seating Fabric 2. Men’s Dormatory Toilet Room Countertop 3. Lobby & Corridor Wallcovering 4. Manager’s Kitchen Countertop 5. Manager’s Kitchen Mosaic Backsplash 6. Teragren Bamboo Flooring 7. Manager’s Kitchen Porcelain Flooring 8. Vestibule Porcelain Flooring 9. Men’s Dormatory Toilet Room Mosaic Wall Tile


Furniture and Lighting Selections: 1. Hightower Lounge Chair Location: Lobby 2. Eye Bench Location: Lobby & Lounge 3. Benchmark Leaf Tables Location: Lounge 4. Issa Dining Chair Location: Dining Room 5. Lounge Area Sofa 6. Ivalo Wall Sconce Location: Vestibule 7. Tree Silhouette Lighting Location: Dining & Bar 8. Globe Pendant Location: Dining & Bar 9. Icicle Chandelier Location: Lobby

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First Floor Areas: Guest Reception CafĂŠ & Library Dining Room Kitchen Family Room Wellness Center Locker Rooms Clinic Salon Storage & Laundry

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Second Floor Plan Second Floor Areas: 19 Assisted Living Quarters Assisted Living Bathing Area Nurse Stations Activity Rooms

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Finishes: 1. Toilet Room Ceramic Floor Tile 2. Toilet Room Ceramic Wall Tile 3. Toilet Room Wall Mosaic Trim 4. Living Quarters Carpet 5. Nurse Station Countertop 6. Corridor Carpet 7. Nurse Station Cabinetry 8. Proposed Color Palette

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Third Floor Areas: 12 Independent Living Quarters Lounge areas Mixed Seating Fireplaces Water Features

Third Floor Plan

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Independent Apartments Top Left: Living and Dining Room Bottom Left: Bedroom Right: Kitchen


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ion s s e r g o r P ic glass m a n y yers. Using D la f o : e s t u of p h g Conce progression alized throu e re th is e e e s c a n p a ration of s the user c so sepa transparent dation and tition glass. r e ra a b g p f to e o s th e e s n c u o a The ws sp s and lls. This allo the restroom a w in n d o e ti s ti u r a re p sa ient pattern space. Grad


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Floor Plan Key: 1. Reception & Waiting Area 2. Group Room One 3. Break Room 4. Group Room Two 5. Conference Room 6. Vice President’s Office 7. President’s Office 8. Open Office 9. Copy Room 10. Data Room 11. Janitor Closet

Finish Key: 1. Toilet Room Countertop 2. Data Room Countertop 3. Corridor Carpet 4. Break Room Linoleum Flooring 5. Guest Chair Fabric 6. Waiting Area Sofa Fabric 7. Task Chair Fabric 8. Casework Plastic Laminate 9. Paints


Conference Room Waiting & Reception Area

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Furniture, Finish, and Lighting Selections: 1. Steelcase Answer Desking System 2. Office Carpet Tile 3. Steelcase Cobi Chair 4. Steelcase Partition Walls 2 5. Helios Pendant Luminaires 6. Nienkamper Six Chair

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Furniture: 1. Saarinen Conference Chair 2. Barcelona Chairs Located in Corridor 3. Steelcase Breakout Seating 4. Steelcase Breakout Seating 5. Knu Desk 1

Finish Selection: 1. Break Out Space Seating Fabric 2. Conference Room Seating Fabric 3. Guest Chair Fabric 4. Office Carpet Tile 5. Corridor Carpet Tile 6. Office & Education Center Carpet Tile 7. Timeline Wall Surface

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Floor Plan Key: 1. Vestibule 2. Educational Center 3. Food Not Bombs Kitchen 4. Reception 5. Women’s Toilet Room 6. Men’s Toilet Room 7. Director’s Office 8. Asst. Director’s Office 9. Break Out Room 10. Confference Room 11. Open Offices

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1 Section Key: 1. Food Not Bombs Kitchen 2. Corridor 3. Restrooms 4 Open Offices 5. Custom Chandeliers

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1 Section Key: 1. Conference Room 2. Open Office 3. Custom Chandeliers

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Photo Key: 1. CircularSkylight Inspiration 2 & 3. Custom Junk Chandelier Inspiration 4. Bent Plywood Pendant 5. Wavy Corridor Ceiling Inspiration 4 3

Concept: Metabolic Energy This concept incorporates movement using light and shadow, as well as highlighting inherent properties of materials such as the 3 Form semi-transparent walls. Bent recycled aluminum is backed by fluoresent lamps to create a sense of motion on the ceiling plane which is used in the office corridor. The recessed areas in the interactive space highlight the custom junk lamps originally intended for the space are also used as cells of light to make the space feel like it has more natural light. The placement of these recessed areas guide the user through the space using size.

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First Floor Key: 1. Office 2. Artist Workspace 3. Back Yard

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Second Floor Key: 1. Kitchen and Dining Room 2. Living Room 3. Master Bathroom

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Finishes: In this project, all of the walls, floors, and ceilings were installed with privacy glass which gives a frost effect with the flick of a switch. The furniture and casework are the only pieces that have finishes applied to them. To the right are some examples of finishes that were selected for this project.


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Section Key: 1. Artist Workspace 2. Office 3. Kitchen and Dining 4. Master Bathroom 5. Living Room 6. Terrace 7. Corridor 8. Master Bedroom Note: Since H.R. Giger used a lot of women in his art the shape of the building is derived from the shape of a woman’s curves.

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First Floor Key: 1. Entry & Reception 2. Interactive Educational Center 3. Restrooms 4. Custom Fishtank Water Fountain 5. Dining Area 6. Kitchen & Snack Bar 7. Retail & Gift Shop

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Second Floor Key: 1. Office Recetption & Waiting Room 2. Director’s Office

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First Floor Plan

Second Floor Plan

Reflected Ceiling Plan: Detailed with bamboo acoustic ceiling tile and wood beams with recessed lighting.

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Finish Key: 1. Countertop 2. Toilet Room Accent Wall Tile 3. Cork Flooring 4. Cork Flooring 5. Office Area Carpet 6. Office Guest Chair Fabric 7. Office Task Chair Fabric

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Furniture Key: 1. Snack Bar Stools 2. Dining Tables 3. Dining Chairs

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Barbara Pschirer 2009-2010 About Me Photograph Courtesy of Katrina Perry @ KMP Photography Finish Photography Taken by Myself.

Barbara Pschirer Student Interior Design Portfolio 2010  

Barbara Pschirer Interior Design Portfolio 2010 La Roche College Bachelor of Science, Interior Design

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