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P O R T F O L I O COURTENAYWRIGHT


R E S U M E


CourtenayWright I N T E R I O R

D E S I G N

EDUCATION [ 9.25.2008 - Present ] University of Cincinnati Cincinnati. Ohio College of Design Architecture Art & Planning Interior Design [ class of 2014 ] Participating in the Professional Practice Program alternating quarters of college study with quarters of work in the field of Interior Design [9.5.2003 - 6.6.2008 ] Lexington High School Class of 2008 Lexington. Ohio

ACHIEVEMENTS & AWARDS [ COLLEGE ]

Deans List : 3 quarters [ Scholarships ] Richland County Foundation Intermural Soccer Ski Club Relay for life

[ HIGH SCHOOL ]

Honor Roll Governors Art Show - Top 300 Varsity Soccer [ 2003 - 2007 ] Varsity Basketball [ 2003 - 2008 ] Varsity Track & Field [ 2004 - 2008 ]

PORTFOLIO & REFERENCES [ Available upon Request ]

[ ADDRESS ] 3163 Vivian Dr. Loveland. OHIO 45140 419 . 544 . 6850

WORK EXPERIENCE tvsdesign Chicago, Illinois [ 6.16.2011 - 9.16.2011 ] Intern responsibilities included all aspects of Design; meeting with clients, contractors, and representatives. Material library upkeep. Working on AutoCad drawings, creating specifications, field measurement and documentation RockBottom Brewery Cincinnati, Ohio [ 9.16.2010 - 6.12.2011 ] Responsible for Waitressing Mel’s Crows Marblehead, [ 6.12.2010 Responsible

Nest Ohio - 9.12.2010 ] for Waitressing

SPECIAL SKILLS AutoCad Photoshop Illustrator InDesign Rhino Revit Google Sketch - Up Hand Rendering Model Making Photography


F I N E

A R T S


[ TRIP TO THE HOSPITAL ]

GOVERNOR SHOW PIECE OHIO GOVERNOR’S YOUTH ART EXHIBITION TOP 300 WINNER


[ DICHOTOMY ]

DRAWING : EBONY

[ SELF PORTAIT : WIRED UP ] REGIONAL WINNER : 3RD PLACE DRAWING : PASTEL

[ HIGH JUMPER ]

REGIONAL WINNER DRAWING : PAINT/MIXED MEDIA


D E S I G N

S T U D I O


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P A I N T

P R O J E C T ]

S W A T C H

I N S T A L L A T I O N

For the 101 installation Project we were instructed to obtain 100 or more of a single object plus a single connecting element. We were to construct an installation piece then house it within the DAAP building so to interact with the space and its occupants. I chose paint swatches as my 100 objects and fishing line as the connecting element. By stringing together compelmentary color swatches, a dramatic color palette was created. By housing the installation piece in a main DAAP doorway, I not only ensured that a maximum amount of occupants experienced it, but that the installation recieved a large amount of air movement, creating the intended spinning effect of each individual set of swatches.


[ D A A P

C O U R T Y A R D

D E S I G N ]

Located on the South face of the University of Cincinnati’s DAAP buiding is a courtyard that currently serves no function. We were assigned to redesign this neglected courtyard space to better service the needs of our fellow DAAP students. I created a series of stepping platforms that alignes with the mullion system of the surrounding DAAP buildings.


[ S C R E E N

I N S T A L L A T I O N ]

As a studio we were assigned to design a screen that acted as a critique pin-up space. We began with a 90 degree grid which we overlaid with diagonal grid resulting in the triangular box placement. We used a push-pull affect on the inside of the screen to reflect the movement of the surounding DAAP walls. The color palette of the screen was chosen to mimic the DAAP interior surfaces. The opposite face of the screen was made into a pin-up wall with organized padded panels.


[ C L I F T O N

L I T E R A R Y

C E N T E R

]

The concept of the Clifton Literary Center was to reflect the branching of a tree through the placement and elevation of masses. I established 6 masses on the site which expanded from a central courtyard, all of which oriented to mimic the shape of the Clifton site.From there I segragated private versus public spaces based off ground level or second story elevation.


B A L C O N Y

P E R S P E C T I V E


[ M C A P P L I N

L O F T ]

Provided a raw space in downtown Cincinnati, we were instructed to design this space to suit the needs of a provided client and the building contractor. The concept of the loft was to create a funelling affect within the space which was translated through the partition placement as well as cieling height changes. The height differencial creates a distinct segragation between public and private space.

CONCEPT DIAGRAM

G A L L E R Y

H A L L W A Y

P E R S P E C T I V E

K I T C H E N

P E R S P E C T I V E


CUSTOM BUILT-IN SHELVING UNIT

BUILT IN SHELVES

LIVING ROOM STORAGE

BUILT IN CLOSET

GUEST ROOM OFFICE

BATHROOM

UTILITY ROOM

KITCHEN BATHROOM

MASTER BEDROOM

DINING ROOM

DW

[ FLOOR PLAN ]

KITCHEN DETAILS

[ M C A P P L I N

L O F T ]

BATHROOM DETAILS


CUSTOM BUILT-IN SHELVING

LIVING ROOM

STORAGE

KITCHEN

DINING ROOM

BATHROOM / LAUNDRY

OFFICE

CLOTH COVERED PANELS

ENTRY

MASTER BEDROOM

GUEST ROOM

BACK LIGHTING: LED STRIP LIGHTING

[ SECTION ] FABRIC COVERED PANELS

(EIFS) VOID

VOID +11’8”

+10’4”

+11’

+8’7”

+9’4”

+9’

+8’4” +11’6”

+10’2”

+8’9”

+10’1”

+7’6”

+8’7”

+8’11” +9’8”

+8’

+10’6”

+8’3”

8’3”

GYPSUM BOARD

LED STRIP LIGHTING TRACK LIGHTING WALL SCONCE RECESSED LIGHTING

COVE LIGHTING

+11’10”

+9’5” +9’8” +10’8”

LIGHTING FIXTURES

LEDGEND

+11’2”

+11’6”

[ LIGHTING AND CEILNG HEIGHTS ]


CE TABLE

FIRST FLOOR

SECOND FLOOR

RUNWAY PERSPECTIVE

LIBRARY / LARGE PIN-UP

SMALL CONFERENCE SPACES

SECOND FLOOR

COLORED GLASS BLOCK ELEVATION CONFERENCE TABLE

WORK STOOL

RUNWAY PERSPECTIVE

RUNWAY PERSPECTIVE

CONFERENCE TABLE

WORK STOOL

RUNWAY PERSPECTIVE

WORK STOOL

WORK STOOL

OFFICE CHAIR

BOOKSHELF

LOBBY PERSPECTIVE

Runway

COLORED GLASS BLOCK ELEVATION

CONFERENCE TABLE

OFFICE CHAIR

BOOKSHELF

OFFICE CHAIR

LOBBY PERSPECTIVE

BOOKSHELF

INDIVIDUAL DESKS

VANITY

LOBBY PERSPECTIVE

OFFICE CHAIR

BOOKSHELF

VANITY

INDIVIDUAL DESKS

VANITY

INDIVIDUAL DESKS

Reception

CUBICAL

LOBBY P


[ C O S M O P O L I T A I N

H E A D Q U A R T E R S ]

For a company of our choosing, we were assigned to design a new office space. I chose Cosmopolitan Magazine as my client and located their office redesign in the Hearst tower in New York City. Appropriately I designed the office to be modern, the space is very orthagonal with 45 degree angles throughout which reflect the angled exterior shell of the tower. For Cosmoplitain’s feminine touch I designed Victorian insired office furniture which plays freely within the space through the bright color palette.

LARGE CONFERENCE SPACE LARGE CONFERENCE SPACE

ART WORK SPACE ART WORK SPACE COPYDEPARTMENT & FEATURES DEPARTMENT COPY & FEATURES FEATURES DEPARTMENT FEATURES DEPARTMENT .COM

ART DEPARTMENT ART DEPARTMENT .COM

OM COPY ROOM

PIN-UP SPACEPIN-UP SPACE

SMALL CONFERENCE SMALL CONFERENCE

MEN

MEN

WOMEN

WOMEN

MEN

MEN

WOMEN

WOMEN FASHION CLOSET FASHION CLOSET

FASHION CLOSET FASHION CLOSET

RUNWAY CAFE

CAFE PHOTO STUDIO PHOTO STUDIO

RUNWAY

VANITY ROOM VANITY ROOM

FASHION

FASHION

LIBRARY / LARGE LIBRARY / LARGE SMALL CONFERENCE SPACES SMALL CONFERENCE SPACES PIN-UP PIN-UP FIRST FLOOR FIRST FLOOR

SECOND FLOOR SECOND FLOOR


thank you for your consideration


[ ADDRESS ]

3163 Vivian Dr. Loveland Ohio 45140 419 . 544 . 6850 WRIGHTC8@MAIL.UC.EDU

COURTENAYWRIGHT


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