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BAA INTERIOR DESIGN - HUMBER COLLEGE - PORTFOLIO camille_ganuelas@yahoo.com (647) 466-7239

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CAMILLE GANUELAS


Camille Ganuelas 44-111 Thorncliffe Park Dr. Toronto, ON. Dear Sir/Miss: I am writing to you to inquire about any possible Interior design-related position in your company. I am looking for a co-op placement with a company that will be willing to take in a student intern for 14 weeks in the months of May to August of this year to further advance her career objectives while providing valuable design skills to your organization. I believe I can be of value to your company for a couple of reasons. First of all, I have extensive knowledge of 2D and 3D softwares such as AutoCad, SketchUp, Illustrator, Photoshop, and InDesign. I also have hand-sketching and hand-rendering skills that will be helpful especially when drawing quick sketches for clients or to communicate design ideas and concepts effectively and on short notice. Lastly, my experience of working with industry professionals for the design and build of the Dream Home for the 2012 National Home Show could also be helpful as I already have some knowledge on how the construction process works. Other related skills are listed on the resume attached. Although I do not have any past job experiences related in the field, I am willing to learn new things and will work hard to meet your company’s standards and expectations. Thank you for your time and I hope to get in touch with you soon to arrange an interview at your convenience. You may contact me at camille_ganuelas@yahoo.com or at (647) 466-7239. I am available to be contacted any time either through email or phone call. Thank you again and I look forward to meeting you in person.

Sincerely,

Camille Ganuelas


CAMILLE GANUELAS 44-111 Thorncliffe Park Drive, Toronto, Ont., M4H 1K2

(647)466-7239

camille_ganuelas@yahoo.com

Objective: To obtain a position in an architecture and/or design firm where I can contribute my creativity and techinical skills to but also learn valuable experiences and skills that are unattainable within a classroom. Qualifications: • ARIDO student member • Proficient in AutoCad, SketchUp, Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, MS Office • Freehand sketching and Rendering skills • Punctual, Hard Worker, Team Player, and Problem Solver • Has the passion to learn new things • Comfortable working with others or alone without supervision • Strives to meet deadlines Education: •

Currently in third year pursuing a Bachelor of Applied Arts in Interior Design at Humber College

Work/Volunteer Experience: •

R-house prefabrication, ProBuilt, Interior Design student, Jan 2012 – March 2012 Worked side by side with industry professionals in the design of certain elements of the National Home Show’s Dream Home installa tion and built mock-ups of our design in the factory

National Home Show, Direct Energy Centre, Volunteer, February, 2011 Assisted the person in charge for IDC’s “What’s Your Design Dilemma” booth

• Humber College, Etobicoke, Student Ambassador, September 2010 Volunteered for Humber College’s Orientation week where I led campus tours, ice breaker games, and helped out during the faculty sessions. •

McDonalds Canada, Eaton Centre, Swing Manager, April 2006 – Sept. 2011 Responsible for worker and customer safety and security, implementation of proper work procedures, cash handling, and running an effective and productive restaurant

Other Information: • First Aid and WSIB Certified Reference(s) available upon request

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PROJECT LIST: 1.0 2.0

STREWN WINERY

R-HOUSE PREFABRICATION DRAWINGS

3.0 MENDOZA COTTAGE 4.0

CHAIR DESIGN AND FABRICATION


BOOTH FLOOR PLAN

1/8" = 1'0"

LEGEND: MAJOR

LEGEND: MAJOR LEGEND: Lv. 1 LEGEND:MAJOR LEGEND: MAJORLv. 1Lv. 2

Lv. 1 Lv. 2 Lv. 3

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SECTION A

Lv. 4

1/16" = 1'0" LEGEND:

ENTRY

MAJOR

Lv. 1 Lv. 2 Lv. 3

MAJOR Lv. 1 Lv. 2Lv. 3 Lv. 1 Lv. 2 Lv. 3

Lv. 2 Lv. 3

Lv. 3 Lv. 4 Lv. 4

Lv. 4

Lv. 4

Lv. 4

MAJOR

BOOTH FLOOR PLAN

ROOF PLAN - SCALE: 1/16”=1’-0”

MAJOR

ROOF DESIGN

1/8" = 1'0"

BOOTH FLOOR PLAN BOOTH FLOOR PLAN 1/8"FLOOR = 1'0" PLAN BOOTH = 1'0" PLAN BOOTH1/8" FLOOR 1/8" = 1'0" BOOTH FLOOR PLAN

1/16" = 1'0"

BOOTH PLAN - SCALE: 1/8”=1’-0”

LOOR PLAN

MAJOR

1/8" = 1'0"

1/8" = 1'0"

CONNECTION DETAILS: ELEVATION - SCALE: 1/16”=1’-0” SECTION A

1/16" = 1'0"

BANNER SLIDES IN LED LIGHT STRIP WITHIN METAL BRACKET POSTER MOUNTED ON PEG BOARD

A

SECTION A 1/16" = 1'0" SECTION A 1/16" A = 1'0" SECTION 1/16" SECTION A = 1'0" 1/16" = 1'0" SECTION A

1/16" = 1'0"

PAMPHLETS DISPLAY ABOVE

6” STORAGE SPACE

ROOF DESIGN

1/16" = 1'0"

PERSPECTIVE - WALKING THROUGH THE BOOTH

SIGN

-HOUSE BOOTH DESIGN PROJECT

PERSPECTIVE - OUTSIDE OF BOOTH KIOSK DETAIL

ROOF DESIGN 1/16" = 1'0" ROOF DESIGN = 1'0" ROOF1/16" DESIGN 1/16" = 1'0" ROOF DESIGN 1/16" = 1'0" ROOF DESIGN

1/16" = 1'0"

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PATIO

PATIO

PATIO

13

13

168 sq. ft

168 sq. ft

9

14

763 sq. ft

14 12 398 sq. ft

q. ft

12

15

948 sq. ft

17

I

836 sq. ft

15

398 sq. ft

1155 sq. ft

1155 sq. ft

948 sq. ft

DROPS DOWN TO OPEN BARREL DISPLAY

BARREL DISPLAY

8

DN

DN

UP

UP

DISPLAY

DN

597 sq. ft

DISPLAY

11

UP

q. ft

15

300 sq. ft

11

300 sq. ft

10

LOWER CEILING 9’-7”

16

374 sq. ft

10

112 sq. ft

F

536 sq. ft

374 sq. ft

CB

G

7

481 SQ. FT

7

Q. FT VINEYARD FEATURE

VINEYARD FEATURE LOWER CEILING

6

609 SQ. FT

4

9’-7”

4

311 sq. ft

SPECIAL WINE DISPLAY

C

AGE W CASH AREA

ER FEATURE O

A

2ND STOREY

SECOND FLOOR PLAN

2ND STOREY

5

311 sq. ft

2467 sq. ft

5

STORAGE BELOW

2467 sq. ft CASH AREA

BSMT LINE

BSMT LINE

3

254 sq. ft

3

254 sq. ft LOWER

LOWER

2

ROOM NUMBER 1/8” = 1’-0” LEGEND:

181 sq. ft

2

1819 SQ. FT.

PATIO

181 sq. ft PATIO

1

142 sq. ft

1

RAMP

142 sq. ft WATER FEATURE RAMP LOGO

FLAT ROOF OVERHANG

FLAT ROOF OVERHANG

B

A

MAIN FLOOR PLAN

1.0 STREWN WINERY PROJECT

1 VESTIBULE 2 STAGING 3 RECEPTION ROOM NUMBER LEGEND: 4 LOBBY 1 VESTIBULE 5 RESTAURANT 2 STAGING 6 RETAIL - DISPLAY AND CASH 3 RECEPTION7 LONG BAR 4 LOBBY-GR 8 SPECIAL TASTING A 5 RESTAURANT 9 SPECIAL TASTING B 6 RETAIL - DISPLAY AND CASH - CG 7 LONG BAR - GR 8 SPECIAL TASTING A - GR 9 SPECIAL TASTING B - CG 10 MEN’S W/C 11 WOMEN’S W/C 12 ADMINISTRATION 13 EXIT

Niagara Falls, Ontario

10 MEN'S W/C 11 WOMEN'S W/C 12 ADMINISTRATION 13 EXIT 14 DINING 15 COOKING SCHOOL 16 EXEC. WASHROOM 17 MEDIA THEATRE 18 EXEC. WINE TASTING AND DEMO

R

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9


SECTION A - ENTRANCE, COOKING SCHOOL, AND MEDIA THEATRE

ROOM NUMBER LEGEND:

1 VESTIBULE SECTION B - RETAIL AREA 2 STAGING 3 RECEPTION 4 LOBBY-GR 5 RESTAURANT 6 RETAIL - DISPLAY AND CASH - CG 7 LONG BAR - GR 8 SPECIAL TASTING A - GR 9 SPECIAL TASTING B - CG

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SECTION C - FIRST AND SECOND FLOOR RELATION

MODEL PICTURE - MASSING

STREWN WINERY PROJECT

MODEL PICTURE - INTERIOR FLOOR CONNECTIONS

Niagara Falls, Ontario


3D PERSPECTIVE - ENTRANCE

SPECIALTY WINE DISPLAY AND CASH REGISTER

MEDIA THEATRE - BAR AREA

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6”X4” WOOD SIDING ATTACHED TO WD STUDS

2X4 WOOD STUDS RICHELIEU HARDWARE MOUNTED ON WD STUD ABOVE

6”X72” WOOD SIDING ATTACHED TO WD STUDS TO HOUSE HARDWARE

1/2” 16”X96“ FROSTED ACRYLIC PANEL WITH 1/4” SLITS FOR CLEATS TO RUN THROUGH

2X2 CLEATS MOUNTED AT 36” O/C AND 48” O/C A.F.F

1/2” 10”X96“ FROSTED ACRYLIC PANEL

C-WALL DETAIL CONNECTIONS

C-WALL DETAIL CONNECTIONS C-WALL DETAIL CONNECTING TO SPA WALL

2.0 R-HOUSE PREFABRICATION

2012 National Home Show


5” LONG 1/16” METAL CYLINDRICAL HANDRAIL-TO -HANDRAIL CONNECTION AND HANDRAIL-TOBALUSTER CONNECTION

24” HIGH FROSTED BORO TUBES CONNECTED 1” BELOW SUBSEQUENT TUBE

1’-6” LONG METAL PINS CONNECTING 18 BORO TUBES

2” GLASS HANDRAIL WITH1” TREATED BIRCH BRANCH INSIDE 1/16” METAL CONNECTOR WITH 1/16” RUBBER INSIDE AND HOLLOW SPOUT AT BOTTOM FOR BLOWN GLASS CONNECTION

1.5” GLASS WITH 1” TREATED BIRCH BRANCH INSIDE CONNECTED TO 1/4” METAL PLATE AT THE BOTTOM

1” SOLID METAL BALUSTER 2’-10.75” HIGH WITH 1” SCREW HEAD AT TOP

TYPICAL HANDRAIL PARTS AND CONNECTIONS

3”X3” 1/4” THICH METAL PLATE CONNECTED TO 1” BALUSTER

TYPICAL HANDRAIL CONNECTIONS TYPICAL HANDRAIL PARTS AND CONNECTIONS

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B

MAIN LIVING AREA

A

KITCHEN

INDOOR STORAGE TO MAIN BUILDING

TO BUNKIE

ENTRY

C

FLOORPLAN AND SURROUNDING CONTEXT

3.0 MENDOZA COTTAGE PROJECT

CONCEPT DRAWINGS

Thunder Bay, Ontario


SECTION A - DINING AND LIVING AREA

SECTION B - KITCHEN AND DINING AREA

SECTION C - SEPARATE BUNKER

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THE DESIGN APPROACH WAS TO CREATE A CHAIR THAT WILL BE SCULPTURAL AND STRUCTURALLY SOUND WHILE KEEPING FUNCTION IN LINE. MY INSPIRATION WAS CECIL BALMOND, AN ARCHITECT, DESIGNER, ENGINEER, WHO HAS CREATED UNIQUE BUILDINGS; HIS WORK UNITES BOTH STRUCTURE AND DECORATION TOGETHER.

INSPIRATION IMAGES

CHAIR IDEATION SKETCHES

4.0 CHAIR DESIGN & FABRICATION

C.B. Lounge Chair


CHAIR DESIGN EVOLUTION AND INITIAL MODEL

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CHAIR FABRICATION PROCESS

1

2

April 9 - 4:00PM - 9:00 PM April 6 - 1:00PM - 10:00 PM Sides, base, back and the first two median supports installed with Most of the median supports were cut with hand saw and installed with screws. a combination of screws and metal brackets.

3

4

April 12 - 1:00PM - 7:30 PM Back shelving precut from home depot and installed using metal brackets; remaining median supports installed with screws.

C.B. LOUNGE CHAIR

April 14 - 7:00PM - 9:30 PM Foam core were measured, cut, and covered with non-slip liner stapled at the back to be screwed on top of the chair.


SKETCHUP EXPLODED MODEL

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3D RENDERINGS

CB LOUNGE CHAIR - SIDE-FRONT VIEW

CB LOUNGE CHAIR - FRONT VIEW

CB LOUNGE CHAIR - BACK SHELVING VIEW

C.B. LOUNGE CHAIR


FULL SCALE MODEL AND DIGITAL MODEL IN A CONTEXT

CB LOUNGE CHAIR - IN A RESIDENTIAL CONTEXT

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UPDATED PORTFOLIO - APRIL 2012