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EDUCATION University of Cincinnati [2009-Present] Cincinnati, Ohio College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning Interior Design | Class of 2015 | G.P.A. 3.5/4.0 Participating in the Professional Practice CO-OP Program, alternating semesters of college study with semesters of work in the field of Interior Design. Lakota East High School [2006-2009] Liberty Township, Ohio G.P.A. 4.2/4.0 | Class Rank - Top 10%

WORK EXPERIENCE MSA Architects [january 2014-december 2014] Cincinnati, OH interior design intern Responsibilities included schematic design, design development, client correspondance and presentation, and rendering/ presentation preparation within the seven design markets of Education, Corporate, Lifestyle, Sport, Government, Religious, and Branded Environments while working under the MSA Senior Interior Designer. Looney & Associates [may 2013-august 2013] Dallas, TX interior design and architecture intern Responsibilties included construction drawings in AutoCAD and Revit for a wide range of hospitality projects. Assisted in writing specifications, FF&E Selections, and Photoshop Rendering for presenations. Took the lead to direct an office furniture project and revitalize marketing projects. Wilson & Associates [march 2012-may 2012] + [august 2012-december 2012] Dallas, TX interior design and architecture intern Responsibilities included for construction documents in AutoCAD, ranging from floor plans, electrical plans, paving plans, RCP’s, & furniture plans. Also assisted in writing specifications, FF&E Selections, and Photoshop Rendering. Bravo Cucina Italiana [march 2008-present] West Chester, OH server, bartender, and FOH trainer Responsibilities include serving guests, supervising staff, ringing orders, bartending, customer service, and overall facility cleanup. Starbucks Coffee [november 2007-february 2011] Cincinnati, OH barista Responsibilities included making drinks, ringing orders, customer service, and creating artistic designs on facility boards.

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TO CONTACT 6307 Glen Hollow Drive | Hamilton, Ohio | 45011 513.739.6753 burrouke@mail.uc.edu

INVOLVEMENT Darwin T. Turner Scholars [2009-Present] Cincinnatus Scholars [2009-2014] Golden Key National Honour Society [2011-Present] Darwin T. Turner Ambassador [2010-2012] DAAP Ambassadors [2010-present] Dean’s List twelve semesters [2009-present]

VOLUNTEER Cincinnati Canstruction [march 2014] Cincinnati, OH MSA Architects Participated with MSA employees in construction. Winners of People’s Choice Award. Madeira High School Interior Design Mentor [february 2014-april 2014] Cincinnati, OH MSA Architects Mentor of 24 students in interior design of their school extra-curricular project. Darwin T. Turner and Cincinnatus Scholars [august 2009-present] Cincinnati, OH Complete 30 hours of community service per year to exemplify leadership and service in the community. Point of Excellence Awards Luncheon [may 2012] Dallas, TX Wilson & Associates Joined Wilson & Associates in recognizing winners benefitting The Wilson Foundation for their hospitality and service.

SKILLS [design] Hand and computer rendering, sketching, concept design, space planning, finish selections, AutoCAD, Revit, Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Acrobat Pro, Google Sketchup, Microsoft Office [personal] Leadership, team player, responsible, social media, work conscientious, able to adjust to deadlines, communication skills, very organized


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Interior Design is an escape, expressing life and design in artistic environments. It’s limitations are limitless and spurs originality. It encompasses a broad spectrum of knowledge and blends it into one product, interior design. Being inspired to capture the reactions of individuals to impact their experience fuels the motivation to design and greatly design for this phenomena.

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Floor Plan

RCP

Section 1 | Not to Scale

DePaul Cristo Rey Learning Commons was a renovation that I took the lead interior design role on to renovate their existing chapel into a student media center in Cincinnati, Ohio. The learning commons has integrated technology and abundant workspace for students to collaborate and study.

DePaul Cristo Rey High School Learning Commons

Section 2 | Not to Scale

Presentation Wall - Main View

Presentation Wall - Supporting View

The Great Oaks Scarlet Tech Center is an addition to the existing Scarlet Tech District Office of the Great Oaks Campuses in Cincinnati, Ohio. I had the pleasure of having the main influence on the interior design conceptual and schematic design all the way to detailing, furniture, and material selections.

Great Oaks Scarlet Tech Center

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Spring | Fall 2014


Floor Plan

The Madeira Perin High School Media Center is a renovation of the existing library at Madeira High School in Madeira, Ohio. I was able to work with an MSA office program mentoring high school seniors to help ideate the creation of their new media center, leading the interior design with a couple of peers from our office ranging from architecture professionals and graphic designers. The project synthesized

RCP

the needs and wants of the students, morphing into a project conducted by MSA Architects. Updating through technology and collaboration spaces, we were able to come up with a very inventive and progressive work environemnt for the Madeira High School students.

Maderia Perin HS Media Center

MSA Architects Spring | Fall 2014

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Clubhouse Plan

Pool Pavilion Plan

Kenwood Country Club is both a renovation and addition to the existing clubhouse structure based in Kenwood, Ohio. The role I played with this project was aiding in the hospitality style of a very traditional-tudor style design. The concept of this project was to capture a very masculin golf club style of design while keeping everything contemporary and matchingin taste to the existing structure. A lot of influence came from the client and the board of members to the country club. A Pool Pavilion was a complete addition to the clubhouse; views of this can be found to the left. I worked on the layout and selection of pool furniture.

Kenwood Country Club

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Spring|Fall 2014


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2 Series of interior views produced in Revit

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Xavier University’s Alter Hall Renovation is a very progressive project for Xavier University in Cincinnati, Ohio. Comprised of classrooms, a students Honor’s wing, and Dean’s Suite, the project evolved from a mere renovation into a very involved and collaborative design for students to really feel productive. The main goal was to be flexible and collaborative with all spaces, witht he idea to be very traditional as well as contemporary in styles. I worked on the furniture layout and design as well as bringing a more contemporary style to the table.

Xavier University Alter Hall Renovation

MSA Architects Spring|Fall 2014

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SEPHORA THE BEAUTY AUTHORITY

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Sephora | Pave Studio 7

Fall 2013


THE FLOOR FIXTURE

THE HAIR STUDIO

THE TOOL BAR

Sephora | Pave Studio Fall 2013

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STAIR TO RESTAURANT ELEV

Moving the Smorgas Chef upstairs to the second floor multi-purpose space for a more private dining experience. This opens up the ground floor enabling a larger retail, cafe, and lounge space.

Drawing inspiration from the Scandinavian lifestyle, I propose staging scenes throughout the space, integrating elements of lifestyle with fixtures for a unique presentation.

ENTRY

LOUNGE | RELAX

PARK AVENUE

Elevating the ambient experience of upscale retail of the Scandinavian House by focusing on a hospitality style of design. Staging the Nordic lifestyle in an architectural encapsulating setting.

WELCOME CENTER

CAFE

RETAIL

FLOOR PLAN

Scandinavia House Studio 9

Fall 2013


Scandinavia House Studio Fall 2013

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HILTON O’HARE | CONCEPTUAL RENDERING Rendered interior perspective for a conceptual presentation to client in Chicago, Illinois. This project was still under conception to be built as a Hilton Hotel attached to the Chicago airport. This interior reflects the retail spaces of the hotel in the “mall-like” bridge between the two hotel towers, with a rooftop terrace for guests to peruse through the picturesque landscapes.

LTV INTERCON | SPACE PLANNING Based in the heart of Dallas, Texas, the transformation of this LTV Intercon Hotel into a Hilton Garden Inn, brings back contemporary styles to the downtown busniess district. This floor plan gives an example of the tyoe of work that I did for Looney & Associates.

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Summer 2013


Hilton Sandestin RESTAURANT DETAILS

These details highlight the connections and construction of some of the elements in the lobby restaurant of the Hilton Sandestin in Destin, Florida. The hotel is under renovation from a previous Hilton design.

Looney and Associates Summer 2013

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FRONT ELEVATION

SIDE ELEVATION

Furniture & Millwork 13

Spring 2013


Being inspired by Mies van de Rohe and the Barcelona Chair, as well as being interested in ergonomic design, I was inspired to design a chaise lounge. With many chaise lounges that are used , they are not adjustable and don’t reflect the natural curvature of the body. This chaise lounge features an adjustable mechanism to the desired seat splat height and angle to best place the seated body at ease when at rest.

FRONT ELEVATION

3D AXON 1/2”=1’-0” MODEL

Furniture & Millwork Spring 2013

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The Barn Door was my creation for our hospitality studio in the Spring of 2013. As the first competition-driven studio, this was the aftermath of the semester-long design process to create a restaurant interior to be conceptually installed by the Retail Design Institute in Columbus, Ohio. Drawing inspiration from the food making process and garden to plate ideology, I created a space that reflected American roots of farming and rural nature, bringing together people for a unique American dining experience of fun, cultured, and urban styles.

Hospitality Studio 15

Spring 2013


Hospitality Studio Spring2013

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Hospitality Studio 17

Spring 2013


Hospitality Studio Spring2013

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THE VENETIAN PAIZA LEVEL 39-40 SCHEMATIC ELEVATIONS FOR PRELIMINARY RENDERINGS

The Venetian Paiza Hotel in Macau, China features a casino level which is where most of the design work shown is worked on. With material studies and custom lighting designs in AutoCAD Elevations, these were sent to the renderer for further development to see the designs in a perspective study. Although not the final presentation renderings, these were prelimary to the design process.

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Spring 2012+Fall 2012


VP PRESIDENTIAL PALACE FLOOR PATTERNS AND COLOR SELECTION DESIGNS

The Crown Prince Presidential Palace and the Vice President Presidential Palace was the largest project that I worked on while at Wilson Associates. Based in the capital of Abu Dhabi, of the UAE (United Arab Emirates)most of the work of this project is now under construction. The renderings to the left as well as the next few pages illustrate some of the work that I did on the project. From the top left, the carpet was edited in Photoshop due to improper color and shadows. To the bottom left, the stone pattern was custom designed and stone selection was also done by myself.

Wilson & Associates Spring 2012+Fall 2012

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CP PRESIDENTIAL PALACE SCHEMATIC CARPET DESIGNS

These carpet designs were for the Crown Prince Presidential Palace. Each design has significance to the pattern based on where it is in the palace. A lot of inspiration was drawn from Arab culture. These designs were used for schematic design as well as final presentation to the client for approval of designs. Currently, the project is in production.

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Spring 2012+Fall 2012


SHANGRI-LA XIAMEN

YANQI VILLA #6

PHOTOSHOP ELEVATIONS | RENDERING

PHOTOSHOP ELEVATIONS | RENDERING

Rendered Elevations for Presentation to client on the island of Xiamen, Fujian, China. Base drawings were drawn in AutoCAD and rendered in Photoshop.

Rendered Elevations for Presentation to client in Beijing, China. Base drawings were hand drawn and rendered in Photoshop.

Wilson & Associates Spring 2012+Fall 2012

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ephemeral metamorphosis

With the onset of functional versatility between business positions and work relocation, a need to have transformative work spaces is in higher demand. Research depicts futuristic trends to be a digital atmosphere with spatial

universatility by creating multiuse spaces. To integrate tactile technology into work surfaces and using unfixed furnishings, the function of the space manifests a temporality. Turning potential intoperformance inspires growth and productivity.

Workplace of the Future 23

Summer 2012


transcendance of spaces transforms the ambient comfort humans evoke in interiors

crystalline ambiance

collaborative touch

clockwise from the top right: -furniture perspective -detailed section of furniture design -prismacolor|photoshop rendered perspective

Workplace of the Future Summer 2012

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Designing within the limits of an abandoned brewery with the notion of keeping the structural integrity of a historic site is a challenge to designers. With the expectation of revitalizing the Guildhaus and transforming it into a highlight of Cincinnati in the OTR (Over-the-Rhine) Community, the urge to do something completely off of the radar of the general program was completely desirable. Pulling inspiration from the relinquished barrel vaulted spaces, designing a commercial and residential space captured the radiating charisma that this community longed for. Whether visiting the Health and Wellness Center, fine dining with class and sophistication, staying in a featured custom designed boutique hotel room, or visiting Cincinnati’s newest and prestigious shoe designer in his urban penthouse, this restoration is a model for Cincinnati’s growing expansion and showcases the tastes and styles of the surrounding community. First Floor

Loft (2nd Floor) SchematicBuilding Zoning

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Residential Loft | Guildhaus Winter 2012


counter-clockwise from the top left: -longitudinal section -transverse section -iterative perspectives -prismacolor|photoshop rendered perspective

Focusing on the industrialized structural integrity of this building led to the concept of retaining the columnwork that created a gridlike forest within the open interior. To optimize this conceptual design, the integratiWWon of sustainable products with the exposed rustic nature of the site anticipated an inventive but exhilarating experience within this space. Captivating the user and presenting an alternative to penthouse design fueled the process of this urban interior.

sustainable materials

industrial interiors

Residential Loft | Guildhaus Winter 2012

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1ST FLOOR

2ND FLOOR

3RD FLOOR

Being heavily pushed to design with Revit as a means of communicating design efforts and architectural drawings,the urge to self-teach myself to learn the principles of progressive technology and how to be detailoriented in design through drawings, I strived to be bold and unique by taking the aspect of curves into my hands and integrating that into the aesthetics of the interior design. Breaking the rules also influenced me to also attract guests to the space by designing the building to be a venue of multiple interests, for example:an art store and studio, a coffee shop, several art galleries, a restaurant and the main program, a literary center for a visiting author.

...an oasis to relax and reflect LIVE

WORK

PLAY West Section

East Section

With the spirit of completely immersing oneself into the world of architecture, this studio rigorously challenged the designer to creatively think of community needs and pleasures and to reflectively design to please an author or writer who was to work in the space. The program was to create a literary center in the Red Gas Light District of Cincinnati and to revamp an old parking lot into an attractive community gathering space. Inspired by Burnett Woods, a notable woods adjacent to the site, the organic forms led me to integrate the delicate but structural nature of curves into architecture and to create an aesthetically unique form of a building.

Immersion Studio 27

Fall 2011


Stepping out to a

GREEN SPACE

on a rooftop terrace Night Rendering of the Literary Arts Center in Context to the current architecture on Ludlow Avenue in Clifton, Ohio

interior inspirations

Hard-Lined Architectural Section Detail of Exterior Envelope South Faรงade

Immersion Studio Fall 2011

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North Elevation

South Elevation

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Fall 2011


An Atrium of

LIGHT

and Circulation...

Exterior Revi Rendering of Literary Center. Views to the first floor (shown in detail below), second story Restaurant, and third story rooftop terrace, offices, and lecture hall

Hand-rendering on top of Revit perspective drawing. Prismacolor use to show glazing, Photoshop editing to create floors, shadows and lighting.

Entrance at ground view of the Literary Center, Revit rendering. Views of Art Studio, Vestibule to Atrium Entrance, and Coffee Shop

Immersion Studio Fall 2011

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Sketches | Fall 2011

Hand-Rendering | Spring 2013

Sketching & Hand-Rendering 31


Thank You 32


Design Portfolio Pre-Graduation 2015