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carly moro

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CARLY MORO | morocs@miamioh.edu | (740)-381-4102 | 910 twp rd 384 Steubenville OH 43952


CARLY MORO Phone: (740)-381-4102 Email: morocs@miamioh.edu Address: 910 Twp. Rd 384 Steubenville OH 43952 MIAMI UNIVERSITY 114 S Beech St. Oxford OH 45056


[carly moro]


CONTENTS corporate design CHRLX Animation Firm interdisciplinary Institute for Food

lighting design Robert Bruce Thompson Annual Light Design Competition

community design Library of the Future residential apartment loft Living with Parkinson’s urban planning Esch, Luxembourg proposal

product branding day-lite drink mix

allied arts jewelry design, photography, mixed media


CORPORATE DESIGN CHRLX satelite office in Cincinnati 2016

Last semester’s corporate design project helped me learn how to work with an established company and match their branding through interiors, as well as learn about well being and productivity in the work place. CHRLX is a NYC based firm specializing in animation and visual effects. They have thrown away fancy mission statements to embrace versatility. Through their animation, they evoke movement, power and creativity. These ideas inspired my concept.

Above shows a rendering of the reception area in CHRLX office

Image created by CHRLX, showing brand flexibility & humor


concept board

Concept sketch capturing the essence of frozen animation

CHRLX company logo. (Not created myself)

Concept sketch on contagious energy & creativity moving through the space


CORPORATE DESIGN CHRLX satelite office in Cincinnati 2016

LEVEL 2 FLOOR PLAN

LEVEL 1 FLOOR PLAN

Preliminary spatial drawing.


progra m

Above shows ‘The Hub” of the office with a Bluescape screen, meeting space, and educational space around the back. Left is an enlarged plan of a collaboration space.


CORPORATE DESIGN

CHRLX satelite office in Cincinnati 2016

FInish selections

Above rendering shows a day in the life walking through the office

furniture selections

Geiger Conference Table

Hayworth Think Chair

Herman Miller

Hayworth Smoke


Above shows a view of the company theater that visually floats in the middle of the space. At right are ceiling plans showcasing the lighting design

LEVEL 1 CEILING PLAN

LEVEL 2 CEILING PLAN


INTERDISCIPLINARY DESIGN INSTITUTE FOR FOOD 2016

The Insititue for Food studio was a group project with students from the disciplines of Architecture, Interior Desgin, graphic design, and food studies. Together, our group was instructed to develop an organic vegetable farm for Miami Unviersity. We created the logo, branding, site design, and building/ interior designs for a dormitory, pack house & market and restaraunt. This project had a strong emphasis on process. Our group created the drawings below to inform our designs hollistically. I learned valuable lessons about teamwork and leardership throughout this process. Our team was graced with a 2nd place in this competition studio.

Entrance to the Institute for Food organic vegetable farm at Miami Unversity. Below are group pastel drawings illustrating ‘What fun feels like.’


Logo process- negative space

Final logo on reclaimed wood.

Process drawing crucial to deisgns

“To grow back stronger�


INSTITUTE FOR FOOD SITE PLANNING AND LANDSCAPE DESIGN

Community garden plots

site design process

site parti diagram


Magie House

student LLC

visitor farm market

outdoor gather

demo kitchen

com. garden food prep

FINAL SITE

visitor center

green house

pollinator prarie

field layout

Apiary garden

apiary

environment Veggie Plots

Chicken coop

Green House

Praire Grasses

Packhouse & Market

Living learning community

Austin Magie House

Hay field

Corn field

Community gardens

Demonstration kitchen

Orchards


INSTITUTE FOR FOOD PACKHOUSE AND FARMER’S MARKET The packhouse was an existing building on the site, used as a barn. We decided to preserve the building, and convert it into a warehouse to clean and package the vegetables. A farmer’s market is located in the front with an information center for the farm off to the side. We kept the existing entrance and clerestory windows, while adding windows to the front and a side entrance for the vistors center.


The section at right showcases the upper-level of the farmers market. We added a staircase and seating with window views to the cleaning and packaging of the vegetables. This transparency in process allows people to feel confident in knowing where their food is coming from. My role involved designing the inside of the market, and choosing exterior materiality.

FRESH VEGETABLES

Interior elevation shows the point of sale cashwrap display. The cashwrap showcases product including Institute for Food water bottles, seeds, and popcorn.


INSTITUTE FOR FOOD LIVING LEARNING COMMUNITY

Living learning community with meditative gardens in front.

The dormitory is meant to feel like a village with separate buildings, and one larger community space in the center.


Above shows community space in the dorm, plan at night.

Enlarged plan of the community space in the dorm, including moblie seating for group dinners and a kitchen. Section below.


INSTITUTE FOR FOOD THE WOODEN BOWL RESTAURANT

The Wooden Bowl is a restaurant located at Maple Street Station at Miami Unvieristy. The salad restaurant uses the vegetables grown at the Institute for Food. It continues to use curves to create an inviting and organic feel in the space. Ceiling plan at right.


This portion of the project was created by myself and a graphics student. We worked together to create the wall art and place it in the space, as well as the menu placement. The facade continues the white brick and wood from the inside.


LIGHTING DESIGN

ROBERT BRUCE THOMPSON STUDENT LIGHT DESIGN COMPETITION

The Robert Bruce Thompson Student Light Design competition is a nation wide contest. The 2016 prompt was to design a lighting fixture for a high end sushi restaurant. It was important to exude Japanese elegance through our designs. It must be taken into consideration that this is vanity lighting for people looking in the mirror.


I designed a modular lamp. The concept came from the idea of light shining through a bamboo forest.


COMMUNIT Y DESIGN

CLIFTON LIBRARY 2015 LIBRARY OF THE FUTURE

A library is a community icon. It is a representation of the community’s integrity, and togetherness. A space to grow and expand technologically, socially, & scholarly.

This was my first time designing a building, including architecture and interiors. The project encouraged development of our own unique design processess. Our prompt was the re-imagine the experience of a library in order to improve the community. We were learning how to design and use Revit simultaneously.


Lobby, entrance rendering

Conceptual stair diagram

Structural axonametric

PARTI DIAGRAM


COMMUNIT Y DESIGN

CLIFTON LIBRARY 2015 LIBRARY OF THE FUTURE

Level 3 children’s library reveals glass enclosed stair with bookshelves behind.

The sketch study above shows a glass facade, depicting transparency, and creating an inviting environment.

Level 5 adult reading with shelves that emphasize the structure, and the stair.


Level 8 roof top garden and green house with overlook of the city.


URBAN DESIGN

ESCH-SUR-ALZETTE, LUXEMBOURG 2015

Design an urban development out of the land from the former Esch Steel Mill. Use the developed space to connect Esch Luxembourg and Scifflange France. Myself and a team member created a mixed use plan taking advantage of the existing roads and tracks to the mill, with a sensitivity to historical context.

Existing steel mill site


Precedent study of public square in Nancy France

Conceptual sketch highlighting important roadway connections.

PROCESS


URBAN DESIGN

ESCH-SUR-ALZETTE, LUXEMBOURG 2015 single family housing

retail, restaurant, hospitality

nature reserves

LOW DENSITY BUSINESS

POST, GOVERNMENT

CITY CENTER WITH POTENTIAL SIGNATURE BUILDING BOARDWALK LOW/ MEDIUM DENSITY CULTURAL DISTRICT CONNECTION TO EXISTING RAILWAY

MAIN INTERSTATE

mutli-family housing

new road to- traffic alleviation

HIGH DENSITY BUSINESS DISCTRICT


RESIDENTIAL DESIGN

APARTMENT LOFT, LIVING WITH PARKINSON’S 2014

The goal of this project was to create a residential loft within the given apartment building for someone with needs different than our own, while having a client in mind. Living with Parkinson’s disease is a physically and mentally straining task. This loft is for an older couple, one of which with early Parkinson’seventually to become wheelchair ridden. It is designed to make daily life easier, to wrap it’s arms around and embrace the inhabitants.

The concept paintings, left and right, are about bringing light and warmth to a tough situation. The client loved the outdoors but could not make it outside much will his illness.


RESIDENTIAL DESIGN

APARTMENT LOFT, LIVING WITH PARKINSON’S 2014

Full loft section Sketch up

Wrapping concept process sketch

Parkinson’s symptoms, and effects


The kitchen rendering above shows granite counter tops, view to dining area, and natural lighting. Shelves that wrap the space, as well as table and ceiling wrapping elements are revealed

Master bedroom. The wrapping wall/ceiling serves to create a more comfortable and intimate space.

MODEL


MARKETING

REBRAND OF KOOL-AID 2015 day-lite singles box packaging front This project involved choosing a brand under the KRAFT company, researching it from a marketing standpoint, and then creating a new product based on results. Kool-Aid was the product my group chose. We were allowed to completely disassociate ourselves from the brand with our new product. In order to reach a new market of youngforward thinking business professionals, we designed a juice mix that is organic. The advertisement and packaging are meant to exude a clean, organic, natural vibe.

“start your day right!”

don’t worry, there’s one for you too

Right shows a clip of an advertisement of a person waking up naturally, reaching for day-lite instead of an alarm clock. Narrator reads, “Don’t worry there’s one for you too. day-lite singles box packaging back

day-lite poster advertisement


ALLIED ARTS

JEWELRY DESIGN, PHOTOGRAPHY, MIXED MEDIA


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