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Camille Mosquera-Laib DAAP, Interior Design

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


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


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SketchUp Rendering Revit

Table of Contents. MODELS

Lindner Center Livingwall Reading Pavilion Plaster Cube+Armature Body Mantel

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PHOTOSHOP Folly Analysis Six Joints Color Study


11-12 13 14


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.


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.


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


Plaster Cube + Armature.


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.



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


Six Joints.

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

Color Study.





Camille Mosquera-Laib University of Cincinnati


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