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COLLEEN HARRISON INTERIOR DESIGN


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COLLEEN HARRISON RESUME EDUCATION

DESIGN SKILLS

University of Cincinnati College of DAAP Cincinnati, OH 2016-Present GPA: 3.2

InDesign Photshop Illustrator Rhino AutoCAD V-Ray Sketching

Lakota West High School High Honors Diploma West Chester, OH 2012-2016 GPA: 3.9

CONTACT

Drawing Model Making Woodshop Revit Microsoft Office Laser Cutting Specification Systems harri3c4@mail.uc.edu M. 513-807-2588

EXPERIENCE Forrest Perkins Interior Design Intern San Francisco, CA January - May 2018

Responsibilities included selecting and ordering fabrics for multiple luxury hotels and hospitals, creating presentations in InDesign and Photoshop, completing technical drawings in CAD, and Revit, specifying FF&E’s, assisting senior designers in any tasks needed, and scheduling and accomadating biweekly interior vendor presentations.

Kroger Cashier Sharonville, OH 2013-2016

Provided excellent customer service by quickly checking out customers and bagging their groceries while maintaining the cleanliness of the store.

Allthatjazz Dance Center Student Teacher West Chester, OH 2012-2016

Shared my immense passion for dance by assisting a class of younger dancers and creating choreography and routines appropriate for the dancers capabilities.

ACTIVITIES Delta Delta Delta Licensing Chairman Cincinnati, OH (Zeta) 2016-Present

Actively devoted to shaping woman into better versions of themselves, Tri Delta raises money for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, contributes to a better student community, and encourages academic and personal growth.

NEWH Student Member Cincinnati, OH 2018-Present

The Hospitality Industry Network is a national networking resource for the hospitality industry by encouraging education, leadership develpment, and student involvement.

Competitive Dance Allthatjazz Dance Center West Chester, OH 2001-2016

Trained among some of the best choreographers in the country, refining skills in multiple genres of dance. Awarded multiple tap scholarships and national champion titles after being promoted to dance captain in both studio and high school environments.

National Honor Society Lakota West High School West Chester, OH 2015-2016

Achieved academic respect for maintaining a high grade point average throughout all four years of high school, participated in a multitude of various volunteer opportunities, and cared for the academic integrity of the school.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

RESUME Pages 1-2 TABLE OF CONTENTS Pages 3-4 POETRY: AN IDEALIZATION Pages 5-12 MASHRABIYA Pages 13-16 TAKE IT TO THE STREETS Pages 17-22 HAND DRAWINGS Pages 23-26 SIMPLIFYING DESIGN: THE CUBE Pages 27-30 FOLLY Pages 31-34 PROFESSIONAL WORK: HEALTHCARE Pages 35-38 PROFESSIONAL WORK: HOSPITALITY Pages 39-42

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POETRY: AN IDEALIZATION Design Studio 1 Fall 2017 Hank Hilderandt Individual Work

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THE LOCATION: OVER THE RHINE

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Pedestrian Traffic

Circulation

Vehicular Traffic

Public Space

Public vs. Private PRIVATE

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SCALE BAR 1" = 8'

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Acoustics

Pedestrian Sound Car Sound

Restaurant/Store Sound

Heavy Noise Quiet Noise

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Hand Rendering

Pari Progression Diagram

1/8� Scale Process Model

THE INSPIRATION: THE ARCH

Process Elevations & Diagram

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THE SOLUTION: A POETRY FOUNDATION

1/8� Final Model

Over the Rhine in Cincinnati, Ohio encompasses the idea of unity, diversity, and growth to define a community. The free standing arch currently standing in an underused park space on Vine Street illustrates these principles through artistic freedom. This arch was the inspiration for the poetry foundation and serves as an idealization for poetry in this design. The concept of this architectural piece was to create an interesting interior experience that focuses on progression, similar to the growth that OTR has experienced in the past several years. As a person enters this space, they are forced to climb a long staircase, but are rewarded at the top floor with a library space that includes a larger arch symbolizing both poetic and community growth.

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Exterior Rendering

Interior Rendering

First Floor Plan

Front Elevation

Second Floor Plan

Back Elevation

Third Floor Plan

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Longitudinal Section

Transverse Section

Park Space and Main Entry

Gallery into Lobby

Top of Stairs

Library

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MASHRABIYA Communication Skills 3 Fall 2017 Mara Marcu Individual Work

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CHANGE: 2D TO 3D DEVELOPMENT Inspired by a Moraccan mashrabiya screen, this project explores the progression from two dimensions to three with work in AutoCAD, Rhino, and V-Ray. Beginning with a preexisting unit and developing it to a new form, the screen was able to progress and change. With the new unit projected on a 3D form, the shape depicts the direction of this piece allowing the 3D and 2D variations to warp into new objects.

Unit Progression

Final CAD Screen Design

Exterior Rendering

Interior Rendering

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Warped Rendering

Unit Exploded Axon

Warped Rendering

Form Exploded Axon

Top View

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TAKE IT TO THE STREETS Interior Design Studio 2 Summer 2018 Hank Hildebrandt Individual Work

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THE POP-UP OFFICE: TAKE IT ANYWHERE Taking inspiration from pop-up shops, the office is able to take the campaign to the voters. By incorporating bike racks into the system, it brings the appropriate voters to the office. People are encouraged to check out the campaign. By creating a modular design system, Jordan Moser is able to interact and engage with all of the Cincinnati community.

Spatial Relationships

Inspiration Images

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MEET US: THE CANDIDATES JORDAN MOSER Hi there! My name is Jordan Moser. I am an aspiring journalist and politician born and raised in Cincinnati. I am a 2013 graduate of Yale University. I am passionate about the city of Cincinnati, biking, and the arts. I believe in making the city a more friendly and outdoor loving community. I love going to music festivals, travelling, and checking out community events. I want to make Cincinnati a trendy and fun city for all people.

ED STRONG What’s up people? My name is Ed Strong. I am an alumni of THE Ohio State University and former member of Beta Theta Pi. I graduated with a business degree in 2010 but am a Cincinnatian at heart. I have expertise in business networking and love to make great connections. I hit up all of the Cincinnati breweries, make some awesome driftwood sculptures, explore the great outdoors, and of course bike in my free time. I’m all for Jordan Moser for Mayor and you should too!

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THE DESIGN: FLOOR PLANS AND RENDERINGS

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HAND DRAWINGS Communication Skills 2 Spring 2017 Brian Andrews Individual Work

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Title: School of Athens Medium: Oil Pastels

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Title: Piranesi Medium: Micron Pens

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Title: Spring Grove Cemetery Medium: Graphite

Title: Me, Myself, and I Medium: Fingerprints and Ink Scholastic Art Awards Winner 2015

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SIMPLIFYING DESIGN: THE CUBE Design Lab 1 Fall 2016 Meghan Minton Individual Work

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ELEMENTS OF DESIGN: LINE, PLANE, AND VOLUME By studying the simplest elements of space, the cube study develops a clear understanding of designing in the third dimension. Simply having a 12” by 12” canvas to imply a cube is the first step into designing full scale functioning spaces.

LINE CUBE

PLANE C

Axonometric Drawing

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CUBE

Elevations of Cube

BALANCE BLOCK

Exploded Axonometric

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THE FOLLY Design Lab 2 Spring 2017 Michael Rogovin Group Work

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FULL SCALE: THE FINAL INSTALLATION

Final Installation

As a group of nine students, we were tasked with creating a full scale folly that a person could sit, stand, walk, and lay down in. The final design revolves around a net that many university students chose to rest in during the week the folly was installed. The idea of a revolving movement carries itself throughout the structure in order to bring the user to the functioning top net.

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View from Back

Netted Seating

Steps to the Net

Functionable Top Net

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PROFESSIONAL WORK: HEALTHCARE Co-Op Spring 2018 San Francisco, CA Group Work

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STANFORD CANCER HOSPITAL: MATERIAL BOARDS

The Stanford Cancer Hospital in Palo Alto, California is going through a slow renovation process. Perkins Eastman was asked to complete both the architecture and interiors of the new hospital. As part of the interior design team, I was able to help pull wallcoverings to add to the pre-existing palette, finalize the scheme, and complete material boards per the clients request. The materials are all able to detach from the boards as the client has been subject to change the final finishes for the cancer hospital.

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PROFESSIONAL WORK: HOSPITALITY Co-Op Spring 2018 San Francisco, CA Group Work

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THE FLAMINGO HOTEL: SCHEMEATIC PALETTE

During my time at Forrest Perkins, I was able to pull a multitude of selections for The Flamingo Hotel in Las Vegas, Nevada. The concept for this hotel was “girls trip�. The colors were muted tones while also keeping true to the brand with pops of flamingo pink. I was also asked to work on construction documents and assist with some technical plans and elevations as a team member on this project.

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THE LYTLE PARK HOTEL: SCHEMEATIC PALETTE I was held responsible for selecting materials for the lobby area of The Lytle Park Hotel in Cincinnati, Ohio. The concept for the space was a “picnic in the park” or “bringing the outdoors in”. Drawing inspiration from nature, I chose cool blues and greens and hints of bronze for the shematic palette. I began to write specifications for the project, collected pricing and details from vendors, and also selected additional FF&E items for the lobby.

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THANK YOU CONTACT

harri3c4@mail.uc.edu M. 513-807-2588

https://www.linkedin.

LET’S CONNECT https://www.linkedin.com/in/colleen-harrison/

Colleen Harrison Interior Design Portfolio 2018  

Currently seeking a co-op for the fall semester of 2018. Thanks for checking out my work!

Colleen Harrison Interior Design Portfolio 2018  

Currently seeking a co-op for the fall semester of 2018. Thanks for checking out my work!

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