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cm. Carolina Maholik interior design


Carolina Maholik cmaholik@gmail.com (609)-361-4085 35551 Sarasota St. Round Hill, VA. 20141 1849 Washington Ave. S. Apt. 145 Minneapolis, MN. 55454


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Education UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA - TWIN CITIES

Anticipated Degree May 2020

MINNEAPOLIS, MN BS Interior Design, CIDA Accredited Relevant Coursework: Interior Design Studios I, II, III, IV, V, Lighting Design, Globalization, Building Codes, Computer Assistive Design I & II, Materials & Specifications, Design Thinking, Art History, Architectural History, Interior Environments History, Color Theory, Textiles, Drawing

interior design Work Experience REICO KITCHEN & BATH CHANTILLY, VA Design Intern

Objective

Resume

MAY 2018 - SEPTEMBER 2018

Currently seeking a student design internship that will allow me to utilize and strengthen my schematic design and design development skills. To be a part of a team that is collaborative between design disciplines and gain industry experience.

- Greeted and guided clients through showroom with superb customer service - Aided designer with on-site measurements, consultations & walkthroughs - Created designs utilizing 2020 and Revit programming - Organized former client information using company system database DRIFTING SANDS OCEANFRONT HOTEL

APRIL 2017 - SEPTEMBER 2017

SHIP BOTTOM, NJ House Keeping Manager - Excellent communication skills when greeting guests and management team - Performed post check-out inspections to utmost quality with attention to detail - Update and maintain all supply closets and inventory for cleaning team LUCILLE’S OWN MAKE CANDIES

Skills

JANUARY 2014 - AUGUST 2016

MANAHAWKIN, NJ & BRANT BEACH, NJ Retail Salesperson / Weekend Manager

Revit

- Independently maintained and managed storefront and factory - Designed display cases and windows of both locations regularly - Trained new sales associates on machinery and protocol

AutoCAD SketchUp 2020 Design Adobe Illustrator

Activities & Involvement

Adobe InDesign Adobe Photoshop

INTERIOR DESIGN STUDENT ASSOCIATION (IDSA)

Hand Rendering

Fall 2016 - Present

- Board member and social media manager of social medias - Plan and produce events for interior design students and alumni at UMN

Space Planning Microsoft Office

AMERICAN SOCIETY OF INTERIOR DESIGNERS (ASID)

Fall 2016 - Present

- Board member and vice president of UMN student group - Attend ASID events and provide assistance to design mentors with students t


Table of Contents

1 Commercial Design Bell Museum Academic Zone Spring 2018

2 Commercial Design NEXT Real Estate Office Fall 2018


3 Hospitality Design Owo Hotel Lighting Design Fall 2018

4 Residential Design East West House Spring 2019

5 Residential Design Virginia Modern Farm House Summer 2019


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Bell Museum Academic Zone Spring 2018 - Academia - Studio IV at University of Minnesota - TC

Revit / Illustrator / Photoshop The Bell Museum at the University of Minnesota recently moved the site from the schools Minneapolis Campus to the Nearby Saint Paul Campus for a larger site that connects with the outdoor environment and biological sciences school. This design solution will be part of the K-12 Educational Wing that will include an interactive learning touch and see museum collections lab as well as an entry point to the outdoor learning environments on site. This design is to be inclusive for all students ages K-12, as well as college students and museum goers from across the region. The Bell Museum must meet B3 Standards as it is a state funded project and has limitations for materiality. Group Project - Role: Space planning in education rooms Material selection and revision Revit design of educational rooms and entry points Design presentations and boards Photoshop floorplans, axonometric, & entry views Client and location research Organization of process work.

VIEW OF SCHOOL ENTRY


All furniture and upholstery uses pre and/or post-consumer recycled content

No VOC’s in paint, Sherwin Williams paint LEED 9 and CARB

Concept: Utilizing the importance of academia through nature, the natural-forming Fibonacci’s sequence of “phyllotaxis”. Where natural patterns resulting in a spiral form have structure and meaning. Phase 1comprised of space planning while utilizing Fibonacci’s spiral sequence while focusing on the natural pattern’s purpose in an academic setting.

Regional Materials: Hon headquarters in Iowa, Naughtone showroom based in Chicago

Phase 2 comprised of revision of space planning, while focusing on the function of the spaces while maintaining the form of Fibonacci’s spiral through materials and a central focal point involving the ceiling plane.

All glazing used on exterior is certified for Bird Safety 75% of continuously occupied space has a daylight factor of 1% or greater.

VIEW OF INTERACTIVE ZONE

DESIGN PROCESS:

VIEW OF BEE LABORATORY

VIEW OF GENERAL CLASSROOM


2

NEXT Real Estate Office Fall 2018 - Academia - Studio V at University of Minnesota - TC

Revit / Photoshop / Lightroom / InDesign Steelcase’s student design competition, this project comprised of creating the branding and new location for the NEXT Real Estate Office. Located in the Denver, Colorado area, the client’s are looking for a forward moving set of two office suites on the ground floor of a downtown office building. Creating a comprehensive design of new Microsoft technology, Steelcase furniture and systems, and the Denver neighborhood itself, the real estate office will act as a hub for the Denver team as well as visiting team members from other cities. Using the client-requested open office and work cafe duo, the new office will use unassigned workstations and therefore must be malleable to the fit the always changing seating and need for storage and a sense of community.

VIEW OF OPEN OFFICE


Open area Work Cafe with large communal table Large kitchenette located central to Work Cafe but tucked in corner to promote well being

Large conference room can support all team members with guests or can be broken into two more intimate spaces

Wellness rooms and phone booth rooms acoustical y set for privacy and comfort l

DESIGN PROCESS: Concept: Reminiscent of the nearby Rocky Mountains, the journey to the apex is a symbol both of the company moving upwards but individual growth as well. The journey upwards has many paths that often intertwine with others.

EARLY CONCEPTUAL RENDER

Phase 1comprised of space planning and branding NEXT as a real estate company. Preliminary sketches of the brand and the interior spaces helped guide the journey to the apex.

Men's Restroom 135

Women's Restroom 134

Outdoor patio with direct access to Work Cafe and lounge seating

Suite 150 Suite 100

Private offices optional for more traditional work styles Open Office set into two hubs to promote neighborhood feel and lack of assigned seating promotes movement within

Phase 2 comprised of revision of space planning and utilizing Steelcase’s product lines to create a cohesive space with each fixture following the journey to the apex through comfort, health, and emotional considerations.

Room 139

REF

Stair 1 137

FLOORPLAN

VIEW OF RECEPTION

VIEW OF CREATIVE HUB

Stair 2 136

Mail Room 138

VIEW OF WORK CAFE


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Owo Hotel Lighting Design Fall 2018 - Academia - Lighting Studio I at University of Minnesota - TC

Revit / Photoshop / Lightroom / ElumTools The city of Owo, Ondo State in the Central South West portion of Nigeria of the Golden Coast of Africa has recenty been funded to renovate key portions of their hotel. Utilizing base research of the Nigerian lifestyle and their design influences of Native, British colonization and Bauhaus modern, the design is to be a brighter and fresh take on the city’s main hotel. The project is focused on redesigning the lighting in the reception, dining area, hallway to rooms as well as the guest bedroom model. The furnishings and fixtures are set to materials and companies that aid the local economy and are simple changes to the existing structure so that no business will be lost during renovations. l

Partner Project - Role: Concept creation and integration Light fixture selection and revision Furnishings and materials selection and revision Creation of base files and measurements Enscape renderings of dining area and reception Photoshop of dining area and reception Calculation of light levels VIEW OF DINING ROOM


GROUND FLOOR REFLECTED CEILING PLAN RECEPTION

FIRST FLOOR REFLECTED CEILING PLAN DINING AREA

GUEST BEDROOM

DESIGN PROCESS: HALLWAY

Concept: The blending of traditional basket weavings of Owo women and the integration of modern and colonial styles, the interplay of materials and shapes intertwining. Phase 1comprised largely of space planning of the hotel floorplan and concept integration of furniture, materials, light fixtures and daylighting solutions that is both cohesive to each other but to the existing hotel as it sits.

Eureka trim-flex baffle downlight BetaCalco Kurl ceiling mounted pendant light

Eureka Slim Stack ceiling pendant Cooper Lighting Raye Cove lighting

BetaCalco Micro Quad DE ceiling mounted light

3Form Lightbox with Plexi covering

VIEW OF HALLWAY

VIEW OF GUEST BEDROOM

Phase 2 comprised of finalizing concept integration and applying the lighting solutions to both the 2-D form of the reflected ceiling plan as well as the 3-D form of windows, walls, cutout solutions and customized ventilation pieces between spaces.

VIEW OF RECEPTION


East West House 4

Spring 2019 - Academia - Studio IV at University of Minnesota - TC

Revit / Photoshop / Lightroom / InDesign In the Como neighborhood of Saint Paul, Minnesota the need for affordable and culturall y-sensitive housing is in great demand due to the various backgrounds of residents. This design displays the ability for an inclusive option that is sustainable and carries longevity through long term home ownerships and resale values. On a large corner lot with a triangular shape, this design both gives back to the land as well as enhancing the site with run off water accounted for, large green space, garden boxes and movable winter-proofed chicken coop. Each level are universall y friendl y to those of all ages and all abilities and focuses on the connection of similarities from various backgrounds rather than isolating their differences. Here the home is equipped with features that are needed most to the most common nationalities in the Saint Paul area, Hmong and Somali.

FRONT FACADE FROM LONG AVE.: (above) DAY VIEW, (below) NIGHT VIEW


UTILIZING THE CONCEPT COALESCE: Utilizing common pathways to connect east to west and separating through zones of public and private. Integrating needs of Hmong and Somali home owners while creating a common union for all users. Focusing on creating a welcoming, sustainable, long lasting and economically feasible option for users of any age or ability to create a trul y inclusive home for residents and their visitors.

FIRST FLOOR: 1850 SQ FT

VIEW OF KITCHEN

SECOND FLOOR: 1735 SQ FT

VIEW OF LOFT

VIEW OF SIDE YARD


5

Virginia Modern Farmhouse Summer 2019 -Freelance

Revit / Photoshop / 20-20 / InDesign After updating their kitchen casework, this client requested an updated vision for their common areas. Blending their busy lifestyle with a growing family and their love for style and entertaining, this design was requested as a fresh look for their modern Northern Virginia home. With a two story great room, underused dining area and a cathedral ceiling in the kitchen, the opportunities for this open floor plan were endless. This design shows their love for family through function, ability to adapt for large parties and entertaining as well as highlighting important furnishings and ideas the client has had for their dream home for years.

VIEW OF GREAT ROOM


BACK PORCH

MATERIALS THROUGH OUT

MATERIALS KITCHEN

KITCHEN PANTRY

DINING ROOM

VIEW OF DINING

GREAT ROOM

MATERIALS DINING ROOM

MATERIALS GREAT ROOM

OFFICE

ENTRY

FRONT PORCH

VIEW OF KITCHEN

FLOORPLAN

MATERIALS OFFICE

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Carolina Maholik Interior Design Portfolio  

Hello and welcome to my portfolio of work! I am a current interior design student working towards a professional design career, and here you...

Carolina Maholik Interior Design Portfolio  

Hello and welcome to my portfolio of work! I am a current interior design student working towards a professional design career, and here you...

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