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carlie teffeteller


interior design

portfolio


c a r l i e teffeteller EDUCATION

WORK EXPERIENCE

Bachelor of Science in Interior Design // 3.62/4.00 GPA Accredited by the Council for Interior Design Accreditation Mississippi State University, Starkville, MS Graduation: August 2019

P&ID Revision Assistant // Tronox Hamilton, MS - Summer '17 & '18

Revised P&ID's using AutoCAD

Scanned drawings onto office network

Associates in Business 3.44/4.00 GPA East Mississippi Community College Mayhew, MS Graduation: May 2016

Assisted with lunch & learn on AutoCAD basics

Contacted vendors

RELATED COURSES

Worked under accounts receivable and payable

Arranged and filed client information

Supervised incoming and outgoing mail

Answered phones from clients in accounts payable

TECHNOLOGY

3D CAD AutoCAD Digital Design

TECHNICAL Design I & II Drawing I Environments for Special Needs History of Interiors I & II Interior Design Studio I & II Hand Rendering Hand Drafting Color & Lighting for Interiors Integrated Lighting Solutions Professional Practice Construction and Detailing Furniture Design Interior Materials & Treatments

Office Assistant // Southern Ionics West Point, MS - Summer 2015

Office Assistant // Clay County Chancery Clerk's Office West Point, MS - Summer 2014

Filed and organized court cases

Converted files to an online computer system

Answered phones

Helped public with passports

Front Desk and Cleaner // Core 24/7 Fitness Center Columbus, MS - Summer 2012

Greeted members and potential members

Signed new members up

Toured potential members around center

Cleaned and managed facility


CONTACT 662.570.5158 ..... .....carlie.teff@gmail.com HONORS + AWARDS + CERTIFICATIONS https://carlieteff.wixsite.com/mysite PO Box 1472 Third Place, Collaborative Brasfield and Gorrie Competition // 2018 West Point, MS 39773 Honorable Mention, Color & Lighting Portable Lamp Competition // 2017..........West New Student Spotlight, ASID Student Career Day - Commercial // 2017 OSHA Certification // 2016 CPR/First Aid Certified // 2016 Phi Theta Kappa Member // 2015 - Present EMCC Beauty Review Top 10 // 2015 Toyota-Haley Barbour Scholar // 2014 - Present

COMPUTER SKILLS Revit t Illustrator

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Photoshop InDesign AutoCAD SketchUp

VOLUNTEER + ACTIVITIES Member, ASID Student Chapter // 2016 - Present Participant, Brain Injuries Awareness Walk Participant, Alzheimer's Awareness Walk Helper, Vacation Bible School Decorator, West Point Public Library for Christmas Host, foster dogs for the Aberdeen Anima l Shelter Ringer, Salvation Army Bell for Christmas Tutor, English Volunteer, West Point-Clay County Animal Shelter Volunteer, YMCA Camp-Pratt Clean Up

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hospitality healthcare interdisciplinary corporate retail detail drawing integrated lighting product design


hospitality

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Hotel Penrose, located in Philadelphia, includes two restaurants, a bar, and a day spa. The design of Hotel Penrose is inspired by the idea of a paradox , something that is both true and untrue at the same time, a self-contradiction. To convey this idea visually, the palette for the entire hotel is high contrast and each area is inspired by two contradicting sets of ideas. The end result is a unique, contemporary hotel that feels both exciting and historic and welcomes guests from all walks of life.

HOTEL PENROSE

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Software: Revit, AutoCAD, Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator

Responsibilities: bar and restaurant concept, layout, and design

LOBBY


Custom book light designed for The Gold-Bug to bring color and light into the space in a visually interesting way.

Edgar Allan Poe spent a number of years living in Philadelphia, where a wide array of his works were written. The Gold-Bug Restaurant, named after one of Poe’s stories, acts as a contrast to the Black Cat Bar. It is furnished in such a way as to mimic the personal study of an author during Poe’s lifetime. Varied seating styles convey the idea of a “collected” interior, and wood tones used throughout provide warmth and texture.

RESTAURANT

BANQUETTE SEATING


Traditional cast iron detailing designed to contrast with the more contemporary look of booths.

CUSTOM BOOTHS

The inspiration and design for the bar stems from Edgar Allan Poe's first work written while he was in Philadelphia. It has materials and finishes that reflect the advancements made during the Industrial Revolution. The wall behind the bar, which features planters and an exposed irrigation system, and cast-iron detailing on the booths are reminiscent of industrialization.

Planters have an irrigation system that keeps the herbs watered.

BAR


Inspired by the Philadelphia Mint, the spa plays upon the contrast between raw materials and manmade creations. Metallic tones combined with airy textiles create an environment that embodies luxury and provides guests with a positive and memorable spa experience.

SPA

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Each room type is named after an architect of one of Philadelphia’s many historic structures, including City Hall and the Fisher Fine Arts Library

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ESCHER Bar & Grill

M.C. Escher’s popular work depicting a set of impossible stairs inspires the design of the ESCHER Rooftop Bar & Grill. Bold lines and geometric forms are used throughout the space to create a dynamic and exciting environment for hotel guests and residents of Philadelphia. The high contrast color scheme found in the public areas of the lobby continues through to the rooftop, creating a dynamic and energizing space.

Living way-finding wall immediately off elevator

Rendered Floor Plan

VIP LOUNGE

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BAR

SEATING

Custom fire pit for pool area

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GENERAL DINING

GESTURE is located in Taiwan’s capital city of Taipei. GESTURE is inspired by the unique system of connections between the people of Taiwan. Whether it be as business partners, family, or lovers these relationships are an integral part of every person’s life, and sharing a meal together is the best way to ensure that these bonds remain strong. Though built upon age old traditions within Taiwanese society, these connections do not require age old atmosphere. Thus, GESTURE is a perfect blend of the old and the new, combining the respected concepts of openness and connection with the modern ideas of clean, bold lines and environmentally sustainable materials.


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Group Project Okholm Lighting GREN Chandelier

Software: Revit, AutoCAD, Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator

Phillips Axolight Skin Suspension Light Recessed Can

Delray Lighting Industrial Luma

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The bar offers different seating and bar counter heights to make it accessible. Back-lit LED panels give the bar ambient lighting.

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Transparent 3Form partitions divide booths, and allow for light to be transferred throughout the space.

BOOTHS


Copper pipes surround the general dining area and provide visual separation from those looking down from the mezzanine.

BOOTH ELEVATION

MEZZANINE ELEVATION

The mezzanine seats 42 and has a view that looks down on the street below.


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WELLNESS CLINIC

RECEPTION

Seattle has always been the leader when it comes to “new.” It is a place that is constantly on the forefront of new methods and ways to maintain a connected city. New public transit routes are being created around the city in order to give the people more connectivity and improved ways of traveling. NEXT is incorporating the admirable traits of the “City of Goodwill” into the foundation of its newest location. Support of the patients can be seen throughout the entire space, but more specifically in the lifestyle and fitness center. The future and technology of Seattle is constantly improving in new ways. NEXT is equipped to provide patients with a space that will support them and provide them with an environment that is able to grow with the changing city.


Individual Project

Spring 2018

Software: Revit, AutoCAD, Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator

Different types of flooring help with wayfinding into the medical office

EMPLOYEE STORAGE WORKCAFE EXAM ROOMS SHARED OFFICES MASSAGE ROOMS PHONE/QUIET ROOMS RECEPTION/WAITING ACUPUNCTURE CONSULT ROOMS RESOURCE ROOM LAUNDRY UNISEX WASHROOM MOTHERS ROOM MEDIUM CONFERENCE LARGE CONFERENCE WORKSPACE

Color Coded Plan


Custom wood gridded wall/ceiling imitates a Seattle book store and brings warmth to the space

1 Reception/Waiting 2 Exam Rooms 3 Massage Rooms 4 Acupuncture 5 Consult Rooms 6 Unisex Washrooms 7 Laundry 8 Resource Room 9 Large Conference 10 Medium Conference 11 Mother’s Room 12 Work Space 13 Phone/Quiet Room 14 Shared Office 15 WorkCafe

WORKCAFE

Plants throughout the clinic help purify the air.


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OPEN OFFICE SECTION

The work cafe provides employees with various levels of posture when sitting.

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COBB INSTITUTE OF ARCHAEOLOGY

LOBBY

This design follows a motif of layers inspired by geology and archaeological excavation. From the inwardly tiered entrance, to the two story display drawing visitors to the museum downstairs, the goal is to achieve a reverent and inspiring space. The museum space has a flexible design layout and consideration for the younger museum visitor with interactive displays and activity areas.


3rd Place - 2018 Brasfield and Gorrie Student Design Competition Disciplines: architecture, interior design, building construction science, and graphic design

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Interactive displays provide information about the museum and artifacts to users.


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COBB INSTITUTE OF ARCHAEOLOGY

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The connection of all of the company’s global firms is the concept of NEXT’s new location in Denver. The same way spiders have a connection of webs, companies have different locations that form one. The different webs reflect the individual, traditional, and collaborative workspaces in NEXT.

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This conference room was designed to have the maximum amount of natural light.

LARGE CONFERENCE


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Correctly utilizing natural light Correctly natural light design in an officeutilizing environment design in an office could improve productivity environment by at could improve productivity by at least 8%

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Okholm Lighting Okholm Lighting GREN Chandelier GREN Chandelier

Delray Lighting

Phillips

Axolight Skin

Phillips Delray Lighting Skin Industrial Luma Axolight Suspension Light Recessed Can Industrial Luma Suspension Light Recessed Can

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This conference room was designed to have the maximum amount of natural light.

ence room was o have the maximum natural light.

10’ A.F.F.

Reflected Ceiling Plan

15’11” A.F.F.

15’11” A.F.F.


Elevation of collaborative workspace shown in rendering below.

WORKCAFE

OPEN WORKSPACE


COLLABORATIVE SPACE

Sliding panels with dry erase boards for collaboration.


sway Women’s Active-wear

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Sway is a women’s active-wear company located in Los Angeles, California. It was founded on the idea of inspiring women of all sizes and ages to get active and create a healthier life, physically and mentally. The company’s values and goals are incorporated in the design of the call center by reflecting the curves and lines of a women’s body throughout the space.


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1st Level Floor Plan

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Differences in ceiling height define the circulation around the sale agents.

SALES AREA

BREAK ROOM


To b r e a k u p t h e l o n g , v a s t i n t e r i o r- a n d p r o m o t e a sense of connection and belonging across the wide space

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Individual seats provide a change in posture and privacy for agents

AGENTS

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The large conference has windows in order to take advantage of the natural light while in meetings.

FILES MANAGER

ASST. SATELLITE RM.

MANAGER

2nd Level Floor Plan

NURSES ST. BREAK ROOM


Cree 6” Adjustable Downlight

Sona Suspended Linear Light

1st Level Reflected Ceiling Plan OPEN TOOPEN TO ABOVE ABOVE

Ceiling Ceiling height height is is 11’11’ A.F.F. A.F.F. throughthroughoutout level level 1 except 1 except for for atrium. atrium.

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2nd Level Reflected Ceiling Plan OPEN TO ABOVE

Ceiling height is 11’ A.F.F. throughout level 1 except for atrium.

Ceiling height is 11’ Ceiling height is 11’ A.F.F. in center A.F.F. in center of of sales area. sales area.


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The staircase is inspired by spiral staircases often found in large greenhouses.

ENTRANCE


The bricks, wood, and concrete columns are raw materials that could be found in a greenhouse with succulents.

HANDBAGS ELEVATION

Greenery can be found throughout the space to reiterate the concept of nature.


SECOND LEVEL

SECOND LEVEL

The glass storefront allows an abundance of The glass natural light to storefront allows enter the space. an abundance

of natural light to enter the space.


This wall of live plants adds life and warmth to the space.

MEN’S CIGAR LOUNGE

FURS

The furs are hung on flower pot hangers.


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detail drawings

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integrated lighting detail drawings

This lighting design features various elements of lighting that enhance different areas of the building. This lighting design of the Walker Engineering building is designed with the intent of keeping existing elements in the building while enhancing it’s features through the new design.

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CONCEPTUAL DRAWINGS

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Carlie Teffeteller Interior Design Portfolio  

A compilation of my interior design projects completed during my time at Mississippi State University.

Carlie Teffeteller Interior Design Portfolio  

A compilation of my interior design projects completed during my time at Mississippi State University.

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