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1959 Ashburn Drive, Delaware OH, 43015


Moody Nolan / 2016 Columbus, Ohio Interior Studio Intern

Created presentations for client interviews. Assisted on various projects.

Ohio University / 2014-2016 Athens, Ohio Planning + Space Management Intern Managed building drawings in AutoCAD for departmental use. Coordinated the development of space management presentations to consultants and committees.


Bachelors of Fine Art Interior Architecture + Design / 2012- 2016 Ohio University, Athens, Ohio School of Art + Design

American University of Rome / 2015 Rome, Italy One Month Program

Certificate of Real Estate Education / 2016 Ohio University, Athens, Ohio


Go Green Program / 2013-2014 Volunteer, Athens, Ohio

Managed the move in process of incoming students into housing. Communicated as a team of students to Columbus Zoo and Aquarium / 2013-2014 respond quickly and efficiently to the move-in process.

Guest Relations and Admissions, Powell, Ohio

Brandon Holmes-Evans




strong people skills



Manage Public communication through Social Media. Planned events, and traveled to attend lectures, and experience architecture.


Alpha Lambda Delta / 2013-2014 Member, Athens, Ohio


National Honor Society Fraternity for Freshmen. 3.5 GPA or higher to be introduced




Microsoft Office Sketchup

3D Printing REVIT

Communication Organization Team Work Critical Thinking

“Best Process Award� Senior Thesis / 2016 Recipient, Athens, Ohio Project selected by a panel of Judges which best exemplified excellence in the overall design process in the 2016 Senior Thesis Exhibition.

Countess Elizabeth Evans Goluchowska Scholarship / 2015-2016 Recipient, Athens, Ohio Annual awards for undergraduate students enrolled full-time at Ohio University majoring in Interior Design. Students must have a minimum 3.0 cumulative GPA and a minimum 3.5 GPA in Interior Design.

Ohio University Design Group / 2014 - 2016 Provided excellent costumer service and developed Public Relations Chair, Athens, Ohio

112 West Main Street, Newark, Ohio


“Urban Recovery” was my undergrad senior thesis for Art 4958 Senior Studio. My thesis experimented with a combination of Community, Sustainability, and Remodeling. Using the embodied energy of the building and location of the site, I created an sustainable urban hub, with community based environment.

Thesis: Urban Recovery






SCALE: 1/8” = 1’0”


May 18th - June 18th 2015

I studied abroad in Italy the summer of 2015. I sketched and traveled the country with my class mates. During the time we also had a senior studio Art 4900: Stations of the Cross. This was a theoretical based studio where each person was given a station of the Cross as inspiration to design a church. We were given freedom to build a theoretical building on a site. I had the Fifth Station of the cross, and my hypothetical location was Piazza Navona

Second Floor (Roof Area)

First Floor

The concept of the church was create an environment that was visually connected and give the people inside a sense of being watched, the journey through the space allows people to go from being watched to watching from above. I have also creates a book of my photos and sketches on my webpage 614-400-0851

Studio Abroad: Rome, Italy

June 18th - July 18th 2015

This project ambitiously took on the paradigm of the library as well as modern construction. The “Library� of the 21st century should blur lines of past and present; incorporating more than the written word. This Library

Public Library: Chicago

Ground Floor

The concept of this library was to focus on the issues of the current paradigm of the library. Technology and space needs are changing faster then ever so I devised a wall system that allows adaptability of the program. The idea was to both revolutionize the library and our current short-term construction paradigm.

“York Rite� was my first large scale hospitality space was for Art 3600 a Junior Studio. This project focused on transforming a six story downtown Columbus building into a boutique hotel. This was my first exposer to large scale commercial space planning and Rhinoceros 3D modeling.

First Floor The First Floor consisted of a restaurant and bar, while the hotel lobby and hotel started on the second floor.

35 North Fourth Street, Columbus, Ohio

Hospitality Design: The York Rite

Interior Design Portfolio | Brandon Holmes-Evans  

Portfolio April 2017

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