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Camille Mosquera-Laib DAAP, Interior Design

University of Cincinnati College of Design, Architecture, Art, & Planning


Education:

University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio Expected May 2017 Bachelor of Science in Interior Design- GPA: 3.0 Practicing in the professional practice Co-op program, alternating semesters college study with practice in the field of Interior Design. Taylor Allderdice High School, Pittsburgh Graduation, 2011 Engineering Magnet School Program

Work Experience: Darden Restaurant, Inc

Longhorn Steakhouse, Cincinnati Ohio July 2010 - present Red Lobster, Pittsburgh Pennsylvania Server Assistant • Assist servers by taking drink orders • Take carry out orders over the phone Hostess-Greeter • Greet customers in a friendly manner to enhance their dining out experience • Answer calls with a professional greeting; transfer calls to the proper staff member or manager • Maintain cleanliness in restrooms and lobby • Work with a team of 2 to 5 to maintain a full dining room RL Fine Carpentry Building, Pittsburgh Pennsylvania June 2009- July 2013 Construction Assistant • Worked with a team of 2 to 4 carpenters • Operated equipment and power tools safely including Air Nail Gun and Electric Power Drill • Helped remodel porches

Max and Erma’s, Pittsburgh Pennsylvania July 2009 - October 2009 Hostess-Greeter- Restaurant Closed Interior Design Room Redesign, Tampa Florida Spring 2009 Babysitting and Dog Care

Honors & Affiliations:

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Recipient, Dean’s List, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio, 2011-2012 Recipient, Great Beginning Certificate, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio, 2011-2012 Member of National Honor Society, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 2010-2011 SLAP, Sustainable Landscape & Architecture Program, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 2011 Design Squad Engineering, WQED, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 2011

Volunteer Work & Activities: • • • •

Skills: • • •

Matthew 25 Ministries (Junior Year) Relay for Life (Freshman Year) Race for the Cure (11th grade) Soup Kitchen (9th grade) Volleyball Team 2005-2010

InDesign Hand Skills ( tools and materials) Model Making

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Photoshop Drafting Wood Work

Portfolio: http://issuu.com/cmosquera-laib/docs/portfoliosoph13

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SketchUp Rendering Revit


Table of Contents. MODELS

Lindner Center Livingwall Reading Pavilion Plaster Cube+Armature Body Mantel

1-2 3-4 5-6 7-8 9

INTERPRETATIONS

10

PHOTOSHOP Folly Analysis Six Joints Color Study

SKETCHES

11-12 13 14

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Lindner Center Project.

Interpreting the Lindner Center, Cincinnati OH, a new design was created based on those words. Model uses lines and planes made with Bass Wood.

2


Livingwall. The Livingwall was a collaborative piece starting with a small scaled paper model to a large Birch Plywood prototype. CNC Rapid Prototyping Center was used to cut each individual piece with precision.

4


Reading Pavilions. Creating individual reading and communal spaces that exemplify ergonomics and light; using Bass wood, Acetate, and Museum Board.

6


Plaster Cube + Armature.


8


Body Mantel.

Taking a hundred or more of one object and combining them with a single bonding material. I chose plastic bullets and wire mesh to create an upper body mantel.


Interpretations.

10


Folly Analysis. Creating an interior space for an existing building based on and exterior design.

12


Six Joints.

A sequence of sixteen related photographic images digitally rendered to be one.


Color Study.

14


Sketches.


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Camille Mosquera-Laib University of Cincinnati


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