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CALLIE K. FORSYTHE | INTERIOR DESIGN | UNIVERSITY OF CINCINNATI


CALLIE FORSYTHE EDUCATION UNIVERSITY OF CINCINNATI | CINCINNATI, OH | CLASS OF 2021 College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning Bachelor of Science in Interior Design GPA | 3.80

WCCC CULINARY ARTS SCHOOL | LEBANON, OH | CLASS OF 2016 GPA | 4.00

EXPERIENCE ANN TAYLOR | SALES ASSOCIATE | 12.15.2016 - 08.1.2017

Working to build customer loyalty and brand satisfaction through servicing the client with individualized attention to their needs. Assistant visual merchandiser helping with fixture placement and coordinating mannequin wearables.

INTERNATIONAL NANNY | 08.15.2010- 08.15.2016

Using time management, organizational and supervision skills to care for and manage children from two months to fourteen years old. Traveled to Lisbon, Portugal with a family and provided child care and culinary services for six weeks.

DAAP ARCHITECTURE CAMP | CAMP LEAD | SUMMER 2017

Working alongside the University faculty to inform and educate high school and junior high students about the art of Architecture and Interior Design through a retail design based project.

YMCA | WELLNESS COACH | 10.01.2015 – 08.15.2017

Responsible for developing relationships with members and assisting them through the process of actively working towards better health by providing support, encouragement, and education.


FIND ME

Hello!

4108 Nelson Road Middletown, OH 45042

I am currently studying at the University of Cincinnati’s College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning in the pursuit of a Bachelor’s degree in Interior Design. I am a fun and hardworking design nerd with a passion for learning and all things creative and strive to show this not only through my work but also in my day to day life. I am excited to be a participant in UC’s Cooperative education program and hope to find my design niche to reach my goals of creating spaces to better people’s lives. I love all aspects of design and am interested in finding out which region of interior design my talents and passion is most suited to. I am a very dedicated and attention oriented designer and want to use these talents to explore, expand, and enhance this amazing profession.

Forsytck@mail.uc.edu 513.435.6652

SKILLS • Auto Cad • Rhino 3D modeling • Revit • Adobe Photoshop • Adobe InDesign • Adobe Illustrator • Sketch up • Microsoft Office • Hand Drafting • Woodworking • Model Making • Sewing

HONORS / ACTIVITIES • Dean’s List all semesters • DAAP Scholarships 2017 • IIDA

Outside of design I love music, traveling, my dogs, all things food, and I’m always ready for a good cup of coffee, so reach out, I’d love to grab one with you!


CREATIVITY IS INTELLIGENCE HAVING FUN

- Albert Einstein


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SPACIAL STUDIES

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SEQUENCE OF SPACE

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FOLLY

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COLLAGE

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EAMES STUDY

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BRANDING

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SCULPTURE PAVILION

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SITE EVALUATION

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PHOTOGRAPHY

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INSERTION

luminous unburdened contemplative

OBJECTIVE:

PROJECT DETAILS:

To transform both the exterior facade and interior experience of an original 1940’s building on campus by inserting an architectural element into the space.

The design was driven through iteration and the exploration of phenomenology to create a contemplative experience. I examined how luminous qualities can shape, inform, and affect a space to build an unburdened and emotional connection.

HAND DRAFTINGS OF ORIGINAL BUILDING

North Section

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West Elevation

North Elevation


CAD DRAWINGS OF PROPOSED INSERTION

Ground Plan

West Section

North Section

Bass wood + Poly carbonate model

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Perspective

West Elevation

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North Elevation


Renderings done using Rhino, Photoshop and Illustrator

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ITERATION 01:

In the spirit of cleanliness

ITERATION 02:

In the context of topography

ITERATION 03:

In the manner of Robert Irwin

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S PAT I A L STUDIES

geometric expressive contained

OBJECTIVE:

PROJECT DETAILS:

Using the notions of line, plane, and volume to define space and explore the positive and negative apertures they create.

As the geometric concept of a line never ends, these studies in cube form express the ideas of continuous movement within a contained circumference.

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LINE CUBE

PLANE CUBE

VOLUME CUBE/KIT OF PARTS

BALANCE BLOCK

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PLANE CUBE

Two dimensional abstractions of spatial quality

Negative of hand drafting

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Prismacolor on Bristol

Gouache on Strathmore

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VOLUME CUBE / KIT OF PARTS

Poured plaster cubes arranged to imply spacial terms

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Individual plaster cubes / Kit of Parts

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BALANCE BLOCK

Diagramatical analysis of cube structure

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SEQUENCE O F S PAC E

descriptive purposed successive

OBJECTIVE:

PROJECT DETAILS:

To arrange and design in section a variety of spatial experiences to travel through.

Concepts were taken from descriptive spatial terms imagined as places to inhabit. From there I arranged the spaces in a successive manner to create a purposed experience.

DIAGRAMATIC BLOCKS

ELUCIDATE

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ASUNDER

CONTIGUOUS


DIAGRAMATIC SECTIONS

bristol + velum collage

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Iteration 01

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Iteration 02

Iteration 03


section drawing of final design

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Rendering of space

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Final model

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F O L LY

kinetic contrasting compelling

OBJECTIVE:

PROJECT DETAILS:

A full-scale design-build group project constrained to the use of OSB board, 2x4’s and a transformative white material.

Design precedents came from the kinetic quality of Buckminster Fullers dome’s contrasted with a minimalistic, orthogonal form to create a compelling space to interact with.

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Completed construction installed in Prominent quad on campus

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Concept Model

North Elevation

Precedent Model

East Elevation

Iterative Model

South Model


Final Study Model

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COLLAGE

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Photoshop collages

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EAMES STUDY OBJECTIVE:

To create plans, elevations, sections, diagrams, and a model of a well known house.

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Influential systematic structured

PROJECT DETAILS:

I was assigned the Eames House and used AutoCAD, Rhino, Illustrator, Photoshop, and InDesign to structure and create the deliverables from my case study of this iconic and influential house.


informational and mood board

Rhino Model

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BRANDING

classic expressive sweet

OBJECTIVE:

PROJECT DETAILS:

After completing culinary school a few years ago I have wanted to start a side bakery and this was a personal project to create my brand.

Looking into what my favorite parts about baking were and expressing those through a brand strategy to create a sweet experience through a classic lens.

Callie Kaye’s bake shop + cakery

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Callie Kaye Forsythe owner + head baker 513.435.6652 ck.bakeshop@mail.com

m a ke l i f e a l i t t l e s w e e t e r.

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Callie Kaye’s bake shop + cakery

CK’s

make life a little s w e e t e r.

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CK’s

m a k e l i f e a l i t t l e s w e e t e r.

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SCULPTURE PAV I L I O N

informed joyful technical

OBJECTIVE:

PROJECT DETAILS:

A group project examining site, structure and interior elements to plan and design a sculpture pavilion in a local park.

Taking consideration of the information learned from site analysis and using it to decide where to place the structure on the site and how to format the interior details to create a joyful experience with an emphasis on the technical details.

SITE DIAGRAMS

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CALLIE FORSYTHE + HALLE POTOCZAK 4

original topography

reconstructed topography

chip board site model

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UNIVERSITY OF CINCINNATI SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE AND INTERIOR DESIGN SAID 1061 DESIGN SCIENCE 1 SPRING 2017

STUDENT NAME: ________________ Callie Forsythe + 4 SECTION NUMBER: ______________

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A. Jeffrey Koons, Balloon Dog

C. Matt Moore, Sretenka Sculptures

B. Matt Jeffrey Koons, Play-Doh C. Moore, Sretenka Sculptures

D. Gabriel Dawe, Plexus no. 24

D. Gabriel Dawe, Plexus no. 24 LEVEL 2 FLOOR PLAN

C. Jeffrey SCALE:Koons, 1/8” =Inflated 1’-0” Sculptures

C. Jeffrey Koons, Inflated Sculptures

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PROGRAM E VA LU AT I O N

symbolic illustrative coordinated

OBJECTIVE:

PROJECT DETAILS:

To analyze the site and programming of a proposed poetry foundation in the OTR neighborhood of Cincinnati.

Analyzing the site at both a micro and macro level to understand and illustrate the nuances and unique qualities of the space. I wanted to graphically and symbolically display the information and how it would define and coordinate the program.

PROGRAM MATRIX

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CRITERIA MATRIX: for- Cincinnati Poetry Foundation

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LEGEND H = High M = Medium L = Low Y = Yes N = No/None I = Important but not Required

Offers room for planned events or social gatherings

3. CLASSROOMS (2)

500

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Outside space provides more room

4. AUDITORIUM

1260

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Slight daylight allows a better atmosphere but can be controlled

5. LIBRARY

6 2000 1|2, 3, 4, 7

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1275

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6. ARCHIVES 7. GALLERY 8. DIRECTOR/LECTURER (2)

240 9, 10, 11

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9. CONFERENCE

300 8, 10, 11

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10. WORKSPACE

150

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11. BREAKROOM

120

TOTAL NEEDED = 6145 SQ FT GROSS SPACE = 1843.5 SQ FT GROSS TOTAL = 7988.5 SQ FT

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CLASS ROOMS

Special lighting is required

Adjacency allows for collaboration

Meant for professors and employees; research area and classrooms are for students

TOTAL AVAILABLE = 8000 SQ FT EXTERIOR SECURE OPEN SPACE = 1597.7 SQ FT

48 OFFICE SUITE CLASS ROOMS

OFFICE SUITE

OUT-DOOR CLASSROOM

AUDITORIUM

LIBRARY LOBBY

OUT-DOOR ENTRY AREA

GALLERY

OUT-DOOR CLASSROOM


OFFICE SUITE

offices confrence room work space break room/prep space 810 sq ft

CLASS ROOMS 250 sq ft each

LIBRARY

archives research area 2000 sq ft

AUDITORIUM 1260 sq ft

GALLERY 1275 sq ft

LOBBY

multi-use 300 sq ft

OUT-DOOR CLASSROOM 800 sq ft

OUT-DOOR ENTRY AREA 1200 sq ft

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TRANSPORTATION CIRCULATION

Heavy Traffic

Light Traffic

Street Car

SITE MASSING / NEIGHBORHOOD PROGRAM

Enrichment

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Retail

Resedentail


VIEWS FROM SITE

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PHOTOGRAPHY

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THANK YOU FOR YOUR TIME AND CONSIDERATION Callie Forsythe University of Cincinnati College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning Interior Design class of 2021 513.435.6652 forsytck@mail.uc.edu

Callie Forsythe | Daap Interior Design Portfolio  

Callie Forsythe | University of Cincinnati | Interior Design Class of 2021

Callie Forsythe | Daap Interior Design Portfolio  

Callie Forsythe | University of Cincinnati | Interior Design Class of 2021

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