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CARLEY JONES


CARLEY JONES INTERIOR DESIGN PORTFOLIO


Education

Experience Interior Design Intern

Bachelor of Science in Interior Design Accredited by the Council for Interior Design Accreditation Mississippi State University, Starkville, MS Cumulative GPA 3.43/4.00 Graduation August 2016

C Studio Hospitality Design, Olive Branch, MS, Summer 2015 . Created 3D modeling and rendering for presentations. . Facilitated Correspondence with manufacturing representatives. . Developed Construction documents and detailing. . Assisted with Finish selections.

Community Assistant Campus Trails Apartments, Starkville, MS June 2014 - April 2015 . Signed leases and gave tours around the property. . Created monthly newsletters and flyers for the property. . Planned events for the residents. . Gained experience in customer service.

Related Courses

3D CAD Modeling . Photography Hand Rendering . Textiles for Interiors Environments for Special Needs Color and Lighting for Interiors Materials, Treatments, and Resources Furniture Design . Detailing and Construction

resume

carleyjones414@yahoo.com

901.827.8040

4021 Pinehurst Blvd Southaven, MS 38672


Honors & Community Service

Activities

Interior Design Awards American Society of Interior Designers Regional Career Day 1st Place Hospitality Design (2016) 2nd Place Retail Design (2016) 3rd Place Large Commercial Design (2016) 1st Place Commercial Group Design (2015) MSU American Society of Interior Designers Student Competition 1st Place Residential Design (2015) 1st Place Retail Design (2015) 1st Place Residential Design (2014)

Community Service Volunteer for Habitat for Humanity Recruiter, College of Architecture, Art and Design, Academic Insight (CAAD), CAAD Ambassadors Volunteer, Dog Jog Charity Event Painted Homes, Sunnybrook Children’s Home Panama Mission Trip, March 2015, 2016

Student Chapter Member, ASID, 2013 - Present Community Service Chair, 2015-2016 ASID Regional Career Day, 2015, 2016 Ambassador, College of Architecture, Art and Design, Spring 2015 - Present Chicago Study Tour, October 2015 New York Study Tour, October 2014 Colorguard Member, Mississippi State Famous Maroon Band, 2012 - 2013 Member of the University Christian Student Center, 2012 - Present

Skills Revit Architecture AutoCAD Adobe Creative Suite 6.0 Photoshop InDesign Illustrator Microsoft Office Rhino Sketchup


hospitality commercial heal residential creative


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retail

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thcare

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hospitality


the prime


Lobby Seating Rendered View Guests can sit and relax from a long trip in the lounge seating. The accent carpet sets the space apart from the rest of the lobby, while the bold colors tie the space together. Bold abstract paintings that include the vibrant hues of the Painted Hills are hung, and they bring life to the area as well as light up the space. The feature wall separating the lobby and retail space resembles the grain of wood to bring a natural aspect to the space.


THE PRIME BOUTIQUE HOTEL Objective Provide interior design services and documentation for the renovation of a boutique hotel in a downtown location of your choosing. The building location has a total of 18 levels. The renovation includes the lobby, restaurant and bar, retail space, guest level 6, rooftop terrace, and branding of all individual spaces.

concept Using the inspiration of the seven wonders of Oregon, The Prime creates an unique boutique hotel experience providing environments that will take the guests throughout the seven wonders of Oregon the moment they step through the door.

solution Located in the center of downtown Portland, Oregon, The Prime brings a lively presence to the vibrant city filled with young professionals. Inspired by The Seven Wonders of Oregon, The Prime provides guests with a new experience with each space that he or she takes. From entering the lobby with bold and vibrant colors to the rooftop with the essence of luxury, The Prime will leave guests awestruck from the beautiful destinations that are the inspiration for the spaces.

duration 5 weeks

square footage 30,000 SF

software Revit . Illustrator . Photoshop

responsibilities Research . Programming . Concept . Space Planning . Branding . FF+E . Revit . Renderings . Hand Renderings . Maquette . Model . Board Design .

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Lobby Rendered View

concept images

Guests’ eyes are immediately drawn to the elevator feature wall that represents the bold and vibrant hues of The Painted Hills. The neutral quartzite tiles flooring contrasts against the custom accent carpet, and it creates a great transition from the reception and seating area. The P’ on each elevator brands the space even further and ensures the guests are at The Prime.


Detail Drawings of Reception Desk

Cabinet Detail

Side Elevation

Front Elevation

Plan View

Back Elevation

furniture selections

hospitality

boutique hotel |

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Restaurant

Lobby

Retail Space

Bar and Lounge

Dining

Sketch of Hotel Levels

concept images

Space Planning


Room Legend

21

1

Lobby

14 Storage

2

Concierge Desk

15 Manager OďŹƒce

3

Bell Hop Desk

16

4

Lobby Seating w/ Accent Carpet

17 Private Lounge Seating

5

Reception Desk

18 Hostess Desk

6

Coat Closet

19 Hostess Desk

7

Luggage Storage

20 Bar and Lounge Seating

8

Business Center

21 Outdoor Seating

9

Collapsible Bike Racks

22 Hostess Desk

10

Merchandise Displays

23 Bar

23

22

24

25

Bar and Lounge Storage

11 Bike Display

Accessible Elevated 24 ADA Private Seating

12

25 Living Wall

Dressing Room

26 Hostess Desk

13 Cashwrap

6

2

1 5

3 4 7

16

8

17

19 18 11 10 14

9

20 13 12

15

Rendered Floor Plan Level 1

furniture selections

hospitality

boutique hotel |

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Key Plan

Front Entrance Rendered View

concept images

Guests are encapsulated by the grand entrance upon arriving at the Accretion. A feature wall greets them, and it captures the essence of the Wallawas. The living wall brings life to the space, and it is mirrored on both sides of the private dining area to draw customers in from each entrance. Rough textures surround the private dining to emulate the pebbly landscape on the mountains. Bold colors are accented throughout the space in contrast to the neutral hues.

Private Dining Rendered View When guests desire a more intimate dining experience, then they can sit in the private dining area where they are surrounded by three-dimensional walls that mimic the silhouette of the Wallawas. Pendant lights are suspended over each table to illuminate the enclosed area allowing privacy.


Bar Rendered View The fractured rock wallcovering on the back wall draws guests’ eyes to the bar, where they are provided a drink from the bar designed to reflect the mountain peaks. Green fabric on the bar stools complement the living wall to provide a welcoming and refreshing atmosphere. Customers can sit along the back feature wall while they wait to be seated.

hospitality

boutique hotel |

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Bar and Lounge Rendered View

concept images

After a long day, guests can come experience The Coast in a whole new way. The luxury vinyl tile at the back entrance allows customers to arrive on a hard surface to mimic the beach landscape, and as they enter the lounge the carpet resembles the ocean water. The back-lit bar back with a bio glass bar top draw customers in to get a drink and relax. The mirrored ceiling and bold hues make guests feel as if they are under the ocean surface.


The Coast of Oregon is a remarkable feature of Oregon, making it one of the seven wonders of the state. Combined with rock cliffs and crashing deep blue waves, the Coast sits 363 miles long along the entire shoreline of Oregon. The name of the bar and lounge was extracted from the vast length of the coast. The 363 Bar and lounge portrays the deep blue waves interrupted by white crashes of waves. The bar exhibits the cliff of the coast overlooking the water. The wood to carpet transition acts as a representation of the land meeting the ocean water, but it also provides an efficient entrance with luxury vinyl tile flooring.

Key Plan

Rendered Bar Elevation

Rendered Private Lounge Elevation

hospitality

boutique hotel |

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Exterior Hand Rendered View When approaching the exterior of Caldera, customers are welcomed with wooden planks extruding at various levels to create depth and resemble the uneven terrain of Smith Rock. The bold logo is flush against the glass wall so it is exposed to every person passing by. The collapsible bike racks allow customers and guests of The Prime to practice a green lifestyle and promote sustainablilty at The Prime.

concept images

Key Plan


Bike Display Hand Rendered View The bike display featured at the back of Caldera Outfitters contains the original 7 Bikes for 7 Wonders.’ The bicycles were custom designed by Oregonian artisans for the non-profit event for The Seven Wonders of Oregon.’ The event consisted of top cyclists around the world and is now on display in Caldera Outfitters for all visitors of Oregon to see. There are also bikes for guests to rent so they can experience The Seven Wonders for themselves.

Cashwrap Hand Rendered View Upon arriving at Caldera Outfitters, shoppers are greeted with mountainous features, such as a custom-built rockclimbing wall which serves as a display.

hospitality

boutique hotel |

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concept images

Standard Suite Guestroom Maquette


Room Legend

3

1

King

2

Queen

3

Double

4

ADA Restroom

5

Standard Suite

6

Junior Suite

7

Elevator Corridor Lobby

2

Custom Corridor Carpet

1 1

1

2

2

3

6

7 4

3

5

1

2

3

3

2

1

Rendered Floor Plan Level 6

hospitality Total Rooms Available:

288

King

80

Queen

80

Double

80

ADA Restroom

16

Standard Suite

16

Junior Suite

16

boutique hotel |

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Double Queen Rendered View

concept images

The guest rooms were inspired by the Columbia River Gorge with half of the rooms simulating the blue water, and the other half simulating the green land. The custom wallcovering ties in with the natural abstract paintings throughout the rooms.


Custom Wallcovering Over time, the velocity of a waterfall causes the water to carve deeper into the rock and continue to flow upstream. They create breaks in the rock which cause the water to flow in different directions down the formation, but only to come together and end at a unifying source. A land of natural contrasts between rain forest and desert, sea-level passage and alpine meadows, is the inspiration for the wallcovering. The bold, hand-crafted, water colors contrast with each other in order to differentiate the landscapes while merging them together to present guests with an experience all their own. The streams of vibrant hues provide the guests with an opportunity to decide the path in which to embark on the adventure of The Prime.

King Suite Rendered View Light woods are used in the guest rooms to keep the room warm and bright. Hand tufted area rugs lie beneath the beds to help with acoustics against the vinyl wood flooring.

hospitality

boutique hotel |

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Rooftop Deck Rendered View

concept images

A shallow reflection pool covered with teak wood decking maximizes space and provide an interactive experience for the guests. Curved sofas and greenery surround the pool to represent Crater Lake. The living wall acts as an accent while also dividing spaces.


Room Legend

2 3

1

Family Area

10

ADA Accessible Ramp

2

Wood Decking

11

Bar

3

Shallow Relection Pool

12

Bar Height Seating

4

Room Separation Feature Wall

13 Banquet Seating

5

ADA Restroom

14 Private Lounge Seating

6

Dance Area

15 Large Group Lounge Seating

7

Stage

16 Firepit

8

Seating Near Stage

17 Double Sided Outdoor Fireplace

9

Hostess Desk

18 Small Private Lounge Seating w/ Private Access to Bar

1

17

17 5

5

18

18

17 18

18

10

11 4

16

15

6

16 8

14

12 17 14 10

7 17 14 9

14

13 14

Rendered Floor Plan Level 18

hospitality

boutique hotel |

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Rooftop Banquette Rendered View

concept images

Glass back banquettes allow for guests to have a close experience with the edge of the rooftop. Glowing blue coffee tables represent ice and provide a source of light for nightlife.


Rooftop Private Lounge Rendered View Daybeds provide an ice-cave experience for guests along with glowing blue ice coffee tables. Fireplace separators represent the volcano, Mount Hood while also providing warmth for the rooftop and a form of privacy.

Rooftop Model

Rooftop Bar and Lounge Rendered View A blue and white back-lit bar back represents the snowy mountain top and act as a light source. Elements of the volcanic Mount Hood is illustrated through the fireplace while also providing warmth for chilly Oregon nights. Private cave’ lounges are featured in the back of the view with its elevated private bar access to justify the height differences of the mountainous terrain.

hospitality

boutique Hotel |

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sweetgum brewing company


retail


Lobby Reception Rendered View In the lobby, guests are enveloped in roots that are made from sticks. The roots painted on the floor serve as a way-finding method for customers to navigate throughout the space.


SWEETGUM BREWING CO STARKVILLE, MS

Objective Complete a design renovation for a microbrewery with a team of architecture, interior design, building construction science, and graphic design students.

concept Sweetgum Brewing Company is a staple of the local business movement in Starkville, adding to the local pride in the form of locally brewed beer, standby Amber Ale. Providing Sweetgum Brewing with a facility located in Starkville not only benefits the ongoing business, but it also provides an opportunity to expose the community to the brewing process as well as the brand itself. The company began with an amber ale, and keeping Sweetgum’s beginnings as the main focus is the goal.

solution The team developed a design that traces back to the start of the company. The entrance was moved to the north side of the building in order to draw traffic in from Main Street, and an open floor plan was created to allow the company to grow, as well as to create a space that could be multifunctional if the company outgrows the existing building.

duration 2 weeks

square footage 6,000 SF

software AutoCAD . Revit . Illustrator . InDesign . Photoshop .

responsibilities

Research . Space Planning . Concept Development . FF&E . Renderings .

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Exterior Rendered View The concept starts with a pathway that resembles a branch leading to the entrance. A grass area is provided to promote a relaxing atmosphere which leads up to a pergola, where customers can enjoy their drink while staying out of the direct sunlight.

North Elevation | Front Facade

SWEETGUM BREWING CO STARKVILLE, MS

concept images

Cross-sectional View


9

9

10

11

11

12

8 Cooper Lighting Line Light Hung From Metal Trusses

7 5 5

6

4

14

3 1

13

15 2

Room Legend

Relected Ceiling Plan

Rendered Floor Plan

1

Lobby

2

Merchandise Shelves

10

3

Reception Desk

11 Restroom

4

ADA Restroom

12

Mechanical Room

5

Storage Shelves

13

Tasting Room Movable Seating

6

Storage

14 Banquet Seating

7

Brewing Process

15 Art Sculpture

8

Drop Off Access For Shipments

9

Lockable Storage Manager Office

Lighting Legend Fixture

Quantity

Description

40

Cooper Lighting Recessed Lights

12

Cooper Lighting Line Light

retail

brewing company |

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Brewing Area Rendered View

SWEETGUM BREWING CO STARKVILLE, MS

concept images

Wayfinding is created by using roots painted on the floor to direct guests. The Brewing area is designed so that the guests are exposed to the brewing process, and they experience the process. The brewing process is stationed in the center with shelves that contain all of the products and ingredients surrounding.


Tasting Room Rendered View The roots lead back to where it all began, and the final place the guests experience is the tasting room where they will sample the beer that the company produces. In the corner of the space, there is a sculpture made from sticks that were bent in order to form this root system that stretches over the tasting room and lobby. Keeping cost in mind, the sculpture is being funded by the city of Starkville and Mississippi State University in order to expose the people of Starkville to the microbrewery as well as bringing people together to experience what it truly means to ‘get back to your roots.’

retail

brewing company |

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mafes cheese store


retail


Product Display Rendered View Distressed wood is used throughout the entire space in order to represent the rich history of Mississippi State. The metal trusses help disguise the uneven ceiling and brings a modern contrast to the wood.


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Objective

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MAFES SALES STORE

IVERSIT

Working with the owner of the MAFES Sales Store, renovate the given space to meet the owner’s needs. Create a design that implements a direct flow of traffic in and out of the store.

concept The redesign of the MAFES Sales Store envelopes the user in the history and tradition of Mississippi State. North and South Farms, the forestry department, and the various fields of engineering are what drive students to Mississippi State University, and the contrast of these is the driving force for this design.

solution Each aspect of the store is a testament to the school. The finishes relate back to the days of the past where modest beginnings sprang from North and South Farms and are contrasted by the modern metallic finishes of the industrialization of the present and future. The MAFES Sales Store showcases all of the products and intellect that Mississippi State has to offer the community and state.

duration 4 weeks

square footage 3.200 Sq. Ft.

software AutoCAD . Revit . Illustrator . Photoshop .

responsibilities Research . Space Planning . Concept Development . Renderings .

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Cashwrap Rendered View

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MAFES Sales Store

concept images

Corrugated tin is featured on the front of the cashwrap to contrast against the dark wood. 3Form acoustic panels are suspended over the cashwrap to help with the noise that is bounced off from the glass windows.


Room Legend 12 1

Lobby

7

Storage

2

Metal Logo on Floor

8

Manager OďŹƒce

3

Refrigerated Products

9

Secretary OďŹƒce

4

Product Display

10

Cashwrap

5

Shelves

11

ADA Restroom

6

Intern Desks

12

T-Shirt Display

11

3 7

3

8

7

9

10

4

6

4

3 5

1

2

Rendered Floor Plan

furniture selections

retail

sales store |

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Lighting Legend Fixture

Quantity

Description

45

Cooper Lighting Recessed Lights

20

Cooper Lighting Line Light

Metal Trusses

3Form Transparent Suspended Ceiling Tiles

JAM

P EA

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S T

T EA M

S

I

IPPI SS

S MI

NI

V ERSIT

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CHEESE

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MAFES Sales Store

concept images

Relected Ceiling Plan


Storage Room Rendered View Slots that are connected to the manager office are provided to help with packaging stamps and other items that need to be passed from manager to employee. Large wooden shelves are available to store surplus products, and they are readily accessible to employees.

Manager’s Office Rendered View The manager office is surrounded by a removable DIRRT wall system so that the company can continue to grow. Behind the desk, glass slots are provided that can also be accessed through the storage room.

furniture selections

retail

sales store |

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commercial


next


Reception Rendered View NEXTERS are engulfed by the stars with the ceiling installation of acoustic panels. The panels are angles so that they resemble the points of stars, and they are positioned at various heights. The wall located to the right in this rendering contains an interlocking wall panel in order to bring texture to the space. On the left wall, there are sound absorbing fiber felt stars that also serve as storage for magazines and books. The NEXT logo is displayed boldly against the white wall to add contrast and allow the guests to be drawn into the space searching for their NEXT path.


Objective Using the given space, create an environment to afford entrepreneurs access to resources, expertise, and an environment that fosters creativity.

concept There are believed to be so many constellations in the sky that are all different, but coincidentally constellations are not actually real. They are what people form in their mind and how they perceive the stars. In the past, they were a way for people to understand location and direction. Just like constellations, NEXTERS collaborate with new peers every day. With this design they can adjust how they learn by forming new patterns with the furniture in order to complete their own path. Just as the Ancient Greeks used the stars to determine direction, the constellations imbedded in the design of NEXT point the way through the space with strong geometric lines. NEXT is designed for people to define their own perception of the space and make it their own.

solution A diverse working environment attracts consultants and maintains the organization’s client base. The space delivers a message that proves to the consultants their viability for entrepreneurs as well as supports the behaviors the organization expects from its culture. With the use of Steelcase products, a range of working environments allows teams and individuals choice and control.

duration 5 weeks

square footage 36,000 SF

software AutoCAD . Revit . Illustrator . InDesign . Photoshop . Process Sketches

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First Floor Room Legend 1

Reception

2

Ideation Room

3

Forum Space

4

Video conference Room

5

Private OďŹƒce

6

Lockers

7

Bike Racks

1

2

Bubble Diagram

3

4

7

5

5

5

5 6

furniture selections

First Floor Rendered Floor Plan


Second Floor Room Legend 1

Private Enclave

7

In-Between Space

2

Studio Workspace

8

Work Cafe

3

Phone Room

9

Outdoor Space

4

ADA Restroom

10

Resource Room

5

Private Office

11 Open Office

6

Project Room

6

9

6 6 8

Bubble Diagram

7 5

3

4

4

5

2

10 11

1

1

7 1

1

1

Second Floor Rendered Floor Plan

commercial

collaborative workplace |

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Lighting Legend Symbol

Eureka Lighting - Facet

PROJECT ROOM 135

Eureka Lighting - Line

PROJECT ROOM

TYPE 1 9'-10"

OUTDOOR PATIO

Description Lighting Lens Downlight Cooper Halo Commercial LED

134

Supply

TYPE 1 9'-10"

137 TYPE 1 15'-0"

Return PROJECT ROOM CORRIDOR

129

130

TYPE 1 9'-10"

Ceiling Types

TYPE 1 15'-0"

Type

PRIVATE OFFICE PRIVATE OFFICE WORK CAFE

IN-BETWEEN SPACE

136

132

CORRIDOR

128

131

TYPE 1 9'-10"

TYPE 1 15'-0"

TYPE 1 15'-0"

127 TYPE 1 9'-10"

Type 1 Type 2

TYPE 1 15'-0"

Description Gypsum Board Ceiling Painted Type X - Restroom

CORRIDOR CORRIDOR 133

CORRIDOR

TYPE 1 15'-0"

138

123 RESTROOM RESTROOM 125 PHONE ROOM 126 TYPE 2 124 TYPE 2 9'-10" 9'-10"

TYPE 1 15'-0"

RESOURCE CENTER

Elevations

TYPE 1 9'-10"

STUDIO WORKSPACE

CORRIDOR 140

122

141

TYPE 1 9'-10"

TYPE 1 9'-10"

TYPE 1 15'-0"

CORRIDOR PRIVATE ENCLAVE

144

OPEN OFFICE

TYPE 1 15'-0"

139 TYPE 1 15'-0"

CORRIDOR

IN-BETWEEN SPACE

CORRIDOR

143

145

TYPE 1 15'-0"

TYPE 1 15'-0"

PRIVATE ENCLAVE 121

120 TYPE 1 PRIVATE 9'-10"

TYPE 1 9'-10"

ENCLAVE PRIVATE PRIVATE ENCLAVE 116 ENCLAVE

142

117

TYPE 1 15'-0"

TYPE 1 9'-10"

TYPE 1 9'-10"

115 TYPE 1 9'-10"

114 TYPE 1 15'-0"

Relected Ceiling Plan

Open OямГce Elevation

concept images

CORRIDOR

The open office elevation shows off the ceiling installation. The different heights of the acoustic panels can be seen. The elevation below of the work cafe features a wall for NEXTERS to pin up their work and inspire others. There is a project table that is placed in front of the board for small meetings to be held throughout the day.

Work Cafe Elevation


Work Cafe Rendered View On the path of the NEXTERS is the work cafe, where they can unwind and enjoy coffee or even have a casual meeting over lunch. A wall located next to the project table allows NEXTERS to pin up their work in order to brainstorm their ideas with others or just showcase work. Constellations have been incorporated into the ceiling design to show the guests that they are where they belong. This location on the NEXTERS path will leave them relaxed and ready for the NEXT adventure.

commercial

collaborative workplace |

42


In-between Space Rendered View

concept images

Between all of the long meetings and busy guests, these in-between spaces are integrated throughout the design to give NEXTERS a place to regroup before meetings or just catch up with fellow peers. Glass geometric designs separate the spaces, and just as constellations, it questions the difference in what is real and what is not. The geometric design on the wall is comprised of BAUX Acoustic tiles that are applied to the surface in order to catch the sound that bounces off the glass. This gives the NEXTERS the perfect place to settle until they are ready for their NEXT path.


Open Office Rendered View Collaboration begins in the open office where the NEXTERS can work amongst the stars with the skylights and the acoustic panels incorporated into the ceiling. Bright, patterned fabrics are used to encourage creativity, and white boards are out for anyone’s taking to express thoughts and ideas. With a variety of furniture, the NEXTERS are able to choose how they want to work. This design is all about the user. The NEXTERS create their own path. The possibilities are endless. All they have to do is take the NEXT step.

commercial

collaborative workplace |

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commercial


boundless


Lobby Rendered View Modular seating was selected for the lobby to mimic circular formations that cannot be broken. The acoustical panels and reception desk resemble the waves of a flag to add movement to the space and reflect a sense of unity.


Boundless

Objective Using the given space, design an environment for a call center’s main headquarters that hosts employees and also services clients.

concept Boundless is a non-profit adoption agency that provides families and single parents with the opportunity to adopt children and receive 24/7 support which includes educating the new parents as well as counseling before and after adoption. They also provide legal services and scholarships for the adopted children to have an education. Boundless believes there is beauty beyond all disaster, and this can be seen in the four countries that boundless supports: Congo, Moldova, Afghanistan, and Haiti. These are some of the poorest countries in the world, but with the help of Boundless, these countries can come together seamlessly for a common purpose.

solution This international adoption agency creates a sense of unity among diverse groups of people, and it provides privacy for the intimate calls between prospective parents and children as well as for the employees. The glass walls throughout the design ensure the concept of no division among anyone. The Boundless logo gives off the innocence of a child while representing the main colors of all four countries.

duration 2 weeks

square footage 37,000 Sq. Ft.

software AutoCAD . Revit . Illustrator . InDesign . Photoshop .

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PROFESSIONALS 119

VENDOR/ CONTRAC CONTRACTOR R TOR R 124

VENDING 201 MANAGER R 301

PROFESSIONALS 118

MEETING ROOM MEETING ROOM 120 122 CORPORATE DIRECTOR 116

VENDOR/ CONTRACTOR CONTRAC R TOR R 125

DIRECTOR 117

PROFESSIONAL 305 ADMIN. ASSISTANT 307

INTERVIEW ROOM 303 COMMON WORK AREA A 302

BREAK ROOM 202

MEETING ROOM MEETING ROOM 123 121

MANAGER R 306 INTERVIEW ROOM 304

PROFESSIONALS 311 MANAGER R 114

MECH/ELEC

MANAGER R 115

MANAGER R 309

205

WOMEN'S WOM S MANAGER R 112

UP

203 20

204 4

164 SF F 103 1 03 S

164 1104 SF S F 04

Information Technology - BIS

TESTING ROOM 323

206 204 SF

MEN'S

Human Resources - HEP

PROFESSIONALS 313 101

UP

ADMIN. ASSISTANT AD 314

102

1A A

2A 2 ADMIN. ASSISTANT A 318 PROFESSIONALS 110 MANAGER R 103

MANAGER R 104

MANAGER R 105

MANAGER R 102

MANAGER 106

MANAGER R 107

Call Center Administration

MANAGER R 319 PROFESSIONALS 316

MANAGER R 101

Information Technology - Help Desk

2B

ONCLAVE 321

PROFESSIONAL 111

SATELLITE CLOSET CLO OSET MANAGER O R 126 109

MANAGER R 108 LARGE CONFERENCE ROOM 207

MEDIUM CONFERENCE ROOM 208

MEDIUM CONFERENCE ROOM 210 COFFEE/MAIL ROOM 209

Circular Seating Resembles the World and No Boundaries

COMMON WORK AREA A 315

PROFESSIONALS 317

MANAGER R 320

DIRECTOR 322

Group Seating in Large Conference Room in Order to Skype with other Countries

Common Space

First Floor Color Coded Floor Plan

RECEPTION 211

Lighting Legend 3' - 0 11/16"

Symbol

Description Lighting Lens Downlight Cooper Halo Commercial LED 2’ x 2’ Square Supply Diffuser

2’ x 2’ Square Return Register

OPEN TO ABOVE

Steelcase Series 5 120 Degree Equal Corner Desk

Boundless

concept images

1B

LIBRARY Y 128

MANAGER R 113

First Floor Room Legend

PROFESSIONALS 312

MANAGE MANAGER ER E R 310

TELE/DATA T ELE/DATA DAT

254 SF

BENCH TEST ROOM 127

Private Seating in Break Room

CORPORATE DIRECTOR 308

First Floor Relected Ceiling Plan


SALES SUPERVISERS 407

Curves Move the Users Throughout the Space and Helps with Grouping

SALES SUPERVISERS 410 AGENT AGENTS 408

AGENT AGENTS 404

SALES SUPERVISERS 402

AGENT AGENTS 412 SALES SUPERVISERS 409

AGENT AGENTS 411

AGENT AGENTS 406

AGENT AGENTS 414

AGENT AGENTS 403

AGENT AGENTS 401

120 Degree Work Stations Allow Employees to Work Together More Efficiently

SALES SUPERVISERS 405 AGENT AGENTS 413 MEDIUM CONFERENC MED CONFERENCE ERENCE ERENC ROOM 501

SCHEDULER 502

MECH/ELEC 601 LOCKER ROOM 505

SATELLITE CLOSE CLOSET 504

602

254 SF S

204 SF

203 203

204 20

201

Second Floor Room Legend Call Center - Sales

COPY/ MAIL ROO ROOM OOM OO 603

SYSTEM COORD. 503

DN

PROFESSIONALS OFESSIO OFESSIONALS 615 PROFESSIONALS 614

TELE/DATA TELE/DAT

MANAGER 612

MANAGER 613

MANAGER 610

MANAGER 611

DN

202

Human Resources - Training

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PROFESSIONALS PR ROFESSIONALS R 604

PROFESSIONALS 605

ADMIN. ASSISTANT ASSISTAN 606

TRAINING SUPPLIES 616

SATELLITE CLOSE CLOSET 514 NURSE STATION 512 COACHING ROOM 506

COACHING ROOM 507

COACHING ROOM 510

COACHING ROOM 508

COACHING ROOM 509

COACHING ROOM 511

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NURSE STATION N 513

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NURSE STATION 515

MANAGER 607

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DIRECTOR 609

DIRECTOR 608

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Common Space

TRAINING ROOM 617

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Lounge Areas Located Throughout the Design to Create a Relaxing Work Environment

Second Floor Color Coded Floor Plan Spaces Located Away from Walls in Order to Distribute Sunlight to all Employees

Suspended Clouds in the Shapes of the Countries Represented Separate the Agents into Groups

Lighting Legend Symbol

Description Lighting Lens Downlight Cooper Halo Commercial LED 2’ x 2’ Square Supply Diffuser

2’ x 2’ Square Return Register

Second Floor Relected Ceiling Plan Acoustic Panels Help Absorb Sound in Reception

commercial

adoption agency |

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Boundless

concept images

Call Center Rendered View The employee desks are Airtouch desks from Steelcase that are height adjustable to better meet the needs of the employees. Clouds in the shape of each country represented are stationed above sections of desks to distinguish which employees are over that country’s matters. The custom textile is incorporated on the employee task chairs.


Break Room and Lounge Rendered View Colorful lounge seating is arranged strategically so that employees can socialize with others or have a more private conversation. The oversized lighting gives a more intimate feel to the space. A glass wall with all of the continents etched on it separates the lounge and break room. The round bar continues along the boundless concept, while providing various types of seating.

commercial

adoption agency |

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arroyo


healthcare


Dermatology Clinic Waiting Room Rendered View Brown and Blue Armstrong Bio-Flooring is used to contrast the structure of the aqueducts and the water it contains. Wooden chairs are used as the main seating and sofas are scattered throughout the space to soften the harsh wood. A bold, Astek wallcovering is used on the welcome desk wall to direct patients where they are to go first.


arroyo Objective Design for the uses of a medical clinic, specifically focusing on the needs of a Dermatology Clinic and Spa. This project is meant to accommodate many professionals at one time.

concept Romans were the first people to contribute to public health to people by building aqueducts which brought fresh water into Rome and a sewer system which improved the health in the city. The structure of an aqueduct is strong to contain the water to a specific path, and this is mimicked in Arroyo Dermatology Clinic and Spa.

solution Located in Los Angeles because of the great aqueducts located there, the prosperity of the aqueducts and the flowing water are seen throughout the design of Arroyo Dermatology Clinic and Spa. The entrance serves as the anchor or main structure of the design, and the spaces continue to flow from both sides.

duration 5 weeks

square footage 10,500 Sq. Ft.

software AutoCAD . Revit . Illustrator . Photoshop .

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Patient Room Rendered View

arroyo

concept images

Horizontal planks of wood create a pattern for an accent wall. A tray ceiling is featured to expand the space.


Dermatology Clinic Room Legend 13

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18 11

1

Lobby

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2

Waiting Area

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3

Reception

12 Drug Storage

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Exam Room

13 Electrical Space

5

ADA Restroom

14 Nurse Station

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Procedure Room

15 Laundry

7

I.T. Specialist

16 Sterile Linens

8

Nurse Practitioner Office

17 Soiled Linens

9

Business Office Manager

18 Lab

Break Room

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10

12

Spa Room Legend

Doctor Office

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9

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9 4 6 4

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7 4

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LOBBY RESTROOM EXAM ROOM PROCEDURE ROOM WAITING AREA

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190 90 150 250 125 120 355 390 115 55 55 125 100 50 45 100

190 90 150 250 125 120 355 390 115 55 55 125 100 100 45 300

1 3 6 2 1

50 45 190 200 500

50 135 1,140 400 400 -

ADA Restroom

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Storage

5

Dressing Room

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Medium Treatment Room

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Large Treatment Room

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Manicure/Pedicure Room

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Restroom

Waiting Area

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4,200 1,386 = Sum of SUBTotal ASF 5,586 = Line A x Circulation Multiplier 7,375 = A + B 1,789 Space Availale in theprosepctive project space = D - C (positive means extra space, negative means needs more space

Reqired

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3

Special Considerations

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 3

Total Assignable SF Circulation % __25____ Multiplier _.33____ Total Usable SF Req. Available Over/Under

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Reception

Designer:

Space 1 DOCTOR AREAS 2 RECEPTIONIST 3 BUSINESS MANAGER 4 BUSINESS OFFICE 5 DOCTOR OFFICE 6 NURSE PRACT.OFFICE 7 NURSES STATION 8 LAB 9 BREAK ROOM 10 LAUNDRY ROOM 11 SOILED LINEN ROOM 12 STERILE LINEN ROOM 13 I.T. SPECIALIST 14 ELECTRICAL SPACE 15 RESTROOM DRUG STORAGE 1 STORAGE 2 PATIENT AREAS

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Project:

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Lobby

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Important

Detrimental X

Dermatology Clinic Adjacency Matrix

Special Considerations

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Space

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10 6 DOCTOR AREAS

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5

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Rendered Floor Plan

RECEPTIONIST STORAGE

1 1

70 100

70 100

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50 180

50 1,080

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210

420

1 1 1

40 100 35

40 100 35

PATIENT AREAS RESTROOMS MEDIUM TREATMENT ROOMS LARGE TREATMENT ROOMS PRODUCT DISPLAY WAITING AREA LOCKERS

7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 17 Total Assignable SF 18 Circulation % __25____ Multiplier _.33____ 19 Total Usable SF Req. 20 Available 21 Over/Under A Reqired B C D

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1,789 590 = Sum of SUBTotal ASF

2,379 = Line A x Circulation Multiplier 3,159 = A + B 780 Space Availale in theprosepctive project space = D - C (positive means extra space, negative means needs more space Important  Detrimental X

Spa Adjacency Matrix

healthcare

dermatology clinic |

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Spa Large Treatment Room Rendered View

arroyo

concept images

The large treatment room is available for couples to relax and get a massage. The soft, cool blue painted walls contrast with the dark wooden frames and window treatment to simulate land versus water.


Spa Quiet Waiting Room Rendered View This area is located in the center of the design for easy access to guests. Vertical glass allows light into the space and creates a water effect, while giving off a peaceful atmosphere. Lounge seating is provided to make guests feel relaxed. Baux acoustical tiles are used to help with noise.

healthcare

spa |

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residential


cabin fever


Objective The Strohm family is building a log cabin in Kosciusko, MS that will be featured as a part of the TV series, Cabin Fever. The Interior Design Program at Mississippi State University has the opportunity to take part in the design process of this project. The interior design students will be working with the interior that is provided and specifically focus on the ceiling design. The cabin features a cathedral ceiling. The students must use the materials provided, corrugated tin and wood, to create a design for the ceiling. One of the ceiling plans provided will be used in the design of the cabin.

concept The goal of these designs was to integrate both the corrugated and wood in a way that complements each other, the cabin, and the natural aspects surrounding it.

solution Three different designs were created to reflect the desires of the client while keeping with the rustic aspects of the cabin. A white wash paint was applied to the wood to lighten the heaviness of the beams.

duration 2 weeks

square footage 1,800 SF

software AutoCAD . Revit . Illustrator . Photoshop .

responsibilities

Research . Concept Development . Renderings .

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concept images


Key Plan

Flattened Ceiling Plan

Ceiling Design 1 Since the ceiling detail is predominately flat, curved logs are incorporated in the design to contrast the straight lines and steeply pitched ceiling. Corrugated tin is applied directly to the ceiling and runs with the roof pitch to enhance the height of the space. Thinner beams are also integrated into the tin design in order to divide the tin and create clean lines.

Section of Cabin

residential

ceiling design |

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concept images


Key Plan

Flattened Ceiling Plan

Ceiling Design 2 The goal of this design was to mirror the symmetry of the cabin and elongate the height of the ceiling. The trusses form an ‘X’ shape and provide an interior frame for the cabin. Corrugated tin is applied directly to the ceiling and the grooves are placed lengthwise in order to continue along the line of the trusses.

Section of Cabin

residential

ceiling design |

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Ceiling Design 3

concept images

This ceiling design involves the idea of natural versus industrial being combined in a way that enhances the contrast between them. In order to provide variation in depth and length, cedar logs that are curved on one side are being incorporated into the design while the tin is applied directly to the ceiling. The sheets of tin help reflect light into the space and resemble skylights.


Key Plan

Flattened Ceiling Plan

Section of Cabin

residential

ceiling design |

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product design


creative


MASHUP Objective Given two chairs, model them in Rhino. Then, design a new chair, and recreate it using only the parts from the initial chairs.

software AutoCAD Rhino

Chairs Provided

MASHUP

Process Sketches

Final Design


Elorescence Objective

Using an inspiration from nature, design and model a stool in Rhino.

software Rhino

Inspiration

Final Design

Process Sketches

creative

Elorescence

product design |

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Skel

by

Objective Design a chair that is inspired by Knoll.

software Rhino

Skel by


Silver Blossoms Objective Design and create a lamp that is made from recycled materials.

software AutoCAD

3' - 5"

Process Sketches 1' - 3 1/4"

2' - 0"

2' - 0"

0' - 3"

0' - 3"

2' - 0"

0' - 3 1/2"

2' - 10 1/2" 1' - 3 1/4"

Final Dimensions

Final Design

creative

Silver Blossoms

product design |

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photography


creative


creative

photography |

80


hand renderings


creative


creative

hand rendering |

84


creative

hand rendering |

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THANK YOU contact: carleyjones414@yahoo.com

901.827.8040

4021 Pinehurst Blvd Southaven, MS 38672


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Interior Design Portfolio  

A collection of my work completed during my academic career in Mississippi State University's Interior Design Program.

Interior Design Portfolio  

A collection of my work completed during my academic career in Mississippi State University's Interior Design Program.

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