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INTERIOR DESIGN PORTFOLIO COURTNEY RIX


EDUCATION BACHELOR OF INTERIOR DESIGN (HONOURS) MINOR IN GRAPHIC DESIGN CURRENTLY IN FOURTH/FINAL YEAR OF STUDY

ABOUT ME I AM CURRENTLY IN MY FINAL YEAR OF STUDY AT THE QUEENSLAND UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY, COMPLETING A BACHELOR OF INTERIOR DESIGN (HONOURS) WITH A MINOR IN GRAPHIC DESIGN. I AM CURRENTLY LOOKING FOR WORK EXPERIENCE TO DEVELOP MY PASSION FOR INTERIOR DESIGN, AND TO EXPAND AND APPLY MY KNOWLEDGE TO REAL WORLD PROJECTS. I AM EXCITED TO DESIGN CREATIVE AND UNIQUE SPACES THAT POSITIVELY IMPACT PEOPLE’S LIVES, AND I AM ALSO EAGER TO LEARN FROM AND EXPERIENCE REAL LIFE DESIGN THROUGH COLLABORATION WITH OTHER DESIGNERS. I AM A VERY DEDICATED AND HARD WORKER AND I AM EXCITED TO SEE WHERE MY CAREER IN INTERIOR DESIGN TAKES ME.

WORK EXPERIENCE ESTATE IMAGES ROLE - FLOOR PLANNER (OTHER ROLES INCLUDE PHOTO EDITING AND RECEPTION DUTIES) MARCH 2017 - CURRENT

TECHNICAL SKILLS REVIT ADOBE PHOTOSHOP I ILLUSTRATOR I INDESIGN I LIGHTROOM SKETCH UP CONCEPT DRAW MICROSOFT OFFICE SUITE

PROJECTS 01

WORN AGAIN

SLOW CONSUMPTION DESIGN

02

VITALITY

RETAIL DESIGN

03

IMAGINED REALITY

04

BESPOKE CYCLES

05

HANGING OUT

FURNITURE DESIGN

06

OFFICE FIT OUT

TECHNICAL DRAWINGS

07

FLOOR PLANNING

EXHIBITION DESIGN

WORKPLACE DESIGN

WORK EXPERIENCE


01 SLOW

CONSUMPTION

INTERIOR STUDIO / NOV 2016 LOCATION: ECKERSLEY’S BRISBANE CBD EDWARD STREET

BRIEF: TO DESIGN A SPACE OF SLOW CONSUMPTION AND CREATIVE CONNECTION AND ACTIVISM BASED ON THE FIVE PRINCIPALS OF ‘SLOW DESIGN’. AS A RESULT, THE SPACE MUST EDUCATE AND CAUSE REFLECTION ON SOCIAL, CULTURAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY.

WORN AGAIN IS INSPIRED BY THE “SLOW LIVING” AND “SLOW FASHION” CONCEPTS BY PROMOTING POSITIVE SOCIAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL CHANGE IN THE COMMUNITY. THE DESIGN INCORPORATES THE SLOW DESIGN PRINCIPALS TO INSPIRE REFLECTION OF CONSUMPTION HABITS.

FLOOR PLAN - LEVEL 1

THE CONCEPT ENCOURAGES USERS TO REUSEAND UPCYCLE OLD CLOTHING AND MATERIALS FROM HOME, AND TO REIMAGINE AND RECREATE THESE INTO NEW, HAND-MADE ITEMS. THE PROPOSAL PROVIDES SPACES FOR SEWING WORKSHOPS AND AN EXHIBITION SPACE FOR USERS TO DISPLAY THEIR CREATIONS THROUGH GALLERY OPENINGS AND FASHION SHOWS. THE YARN INSTALLATION THROUGHOUT THE SPACE AND THE USE OF SUSTAINABLE AND UPCYCLED MATERIALS AND FURNISHINGS CREATES A RELAXING ENVIRONMENT THAT ENCOURAGES USERS TO SLOW DOWN AND ENJOY THE SPACE.

FLOOR PLAN - BASEMENT


SECTION

PERSPECTIVE - FASHION SHOW PERSPECTIVE - SEWING WORKSHOP

PERSPECTIVE - RELAX ZONE

EXTERIOR PERSPECTIVE PERSPECTIVE - GATHERING ZONE


02 RETAIL DESIGN PHARMACY

INTERIOR STUDIO / APRIL 2017 LOCATION: 629 BRUNSWICK STREET, NEW FARM

BRIEF:

LEGEND: 1. SERVICE COUNTER + POS 2. PRODUCT DISPLAY a. MEDICAL b. SKIN CARE c. NATURAL PRODUCTS 3. DISPENSARY COUNTER 4. DISPENSARY PICK-UP WINDOW 5. GREEN WALL 6. REFRESHMENT TABLE 7. WAITING AREA 8. WELLNESS CENTRE CHECK-IN 9. OUTDOOR SEATING 10. WAITING 11. STORAGE 12. MIRRORED WALL

VITALITY PHARMACY AND WELLNESS CENTRE

VITALITY PHARMACY AND WELLNESS CENTRE AIMS TO PROMOTE HEALTHY LIVING AND HOLISTIC LIFESTYLE CHOICES. THE LOWER LEVEL OF THE SPACE CONTAINS THE PHARMACY, AND THE LEVEL ABOVE HOSTS A STUDIO FOR VARIOUS EXERCISE CLASSES, MOST PREDOMINATELY YOGA, PILATES AND MEDITATION. THESE DESIGN DECISIONS WERE MADE TO PUSH THE CURRENT PHARMACY EXPERIENCE OF COLD, HARSH AND HOSPITAL LIKE ENVIRONMENTS. THE USE OF NATURAL MATERIALS, ABUNDANT VEGETATION AND WARM COLOURS PROMOTES THE VISION OF HOLISTIC LIVING.

TO CHALLENGE THE EXISTING RETAIL EXPERIENCE TO DESIGN A SPACE THAT CREATES USER EXPERIENCE AND IDENTITY. THE PROPOSAL SHOULD POSITIVELY AFFECT BEHAVIOURS THROUGH DESIGN AND THE CREATION OF A RETAIL ‘EVENT’. THE BRIEF REQUIRED THE DEVELOPMENT OF A COMPANY AND ITS IDENTITY THAT WOULD SUIT THE EXISTING BUILDING AND THE LOCATION OF BRISBANE’S FORTITUDE VALLEY.

EXTERIOR FACADE

FLOOR PLAN - GROUND LEVEL

FLOOR PLAN - LEVEL ONE


SECTION

PERSPECTIVE - PRODUCT DISPLAY AND SERVICE COUTNER

PERSPECTIVE - WELLNESS STUDIO


IMAGINED REALITY THE EXHIBITION SPACE TITLED “IMAGINED REALITY” AIMS TO BRING AWARENESS TO THE ISSUE OF CONSUMPTION AND WASTE IN OUR POST-INDUSTRIALISED SOCIETY. OUR CURRENT CULTURE REPRESENTS A “THROW-AWAY SOCIETY” WHICH IS CATEGORISED BY OVER CONSUMPTION AND EXCESSIVE PRODUCTION OF DISPOSABLE ITEMS.

03 DESIGN

ACTIVISM EXHIBITION DESIGN INTERIOR STUDIO / MAY 2017

THE EXHIBITION BRINGS AWARENESS TO THIS ISSUE BY CREATING A STRONG CONTRAST BETWEEN THE IMAGINED AND REALISTIC IMPACTS OF OUR CONSUMPTION AND WASTE HABITS ON THE ENVIRONMENT. THE CONTRAST IN THE DESIGN INFLICTS AN EMOTIONAL RESPONSE FROM THE VISITORS IN ORDER TO ENCOURAGE A POSITIVE CHANGE.

SECTION THE USE OF PLYWOOD AND ORGANIC FORMS IN SPACE ONE CREATES A NATURAL FEEL THAT IS WELCOMING AND COMFORTABLE, REPRESENTING SOCIETY’S FALSE VIEWS OF OUR REALITY.

BRIEF:

SPACE TWO DIRECTLY CONTRASTS SPACE ONE BY CREATING AN UNWELCOMING ENVIRONMENT. THE CREATION OF A LOW CEILING, USE OF HARD INDUSTRIAL MATERIALS, HARSH LIGHTING AND ADDITIONAL AIR-CONDITIONING CREATES THIS FEEL. THE MAJOR DESIGN ELEMENT IN SPACE TWO IS THE METAL PROTRUSIONS THAT REPRESENTS THE DESTRUCTION TO THE ENVIRONMENT.

TO DESIGN AN EXHIBITION SPACE THAT IS CONCERNED WITH THE ISSUE OF GLOBALISATION. THE DESIGN SHOULD CREATE AN EMOTIONAL IMPACT AND AS A RESULT DEVELOP AWARENESS TO EVOKE SOCIAL CHANGE.

ENTRY

THE DESIGN MUST CONSIDER FORM AND EXPERIENCE, AND ACCOMMODATE FOR THE NEED OF ASSEMBLY AND DISASSEMBLY FOR INSTALLATION IN MULTIPLE VENUES.

EXIT

SPACE 2 “REALITY”

SPACE 1 “THE IMAGINED”

EXTERIOR PERSPECTIVE FLOOR PLAN


EXTERIOR ELEVATION - ENTRY

EXTERIOR ELEVATION - BACK

EXTERIOR ELEVATION - EXIT

INTERIOR PERSPECTIVE - SPACE 2


BESPOKE

COMPANY PROFILE:

BESPOKE CYCLES IS A BICYCLE MANUFACTURING COMPANY THAT SPECIALISES IN ROAD AND MOUNTAIN BIKING. THE COMPANY REQUIRES A BRISBANE HEAD QUARTERS FOR THEIR PRODUCT MANAGEMENT, MARKETING AND BUSINESS SUPPORT TEAMS.

CYCLES

OFFICE REQUIREMENTS: COLLABORATIVE AND SOCIAL SPACES INITIATE INNOVATIVE AND CREATIVE THINKING ADAPTABLE, FUN AND ACTIVE ENVIRONMENT EMPLOYEE WELL-BEING

04 REDESIGNING

THE WORKPLACE

LEGEND:

INTERIOR STUDIO / OCT 2017

- BASE CAMP = LUNCH AREA, INCLUDING KITCHEN, BAR, GAMES AND SEATING - BRAKE COURSE = SILENT ZONE - BREAKAWAY = BREAK OUT ZONES - LEADER LOUNGE = DIRECTOR’S LOUNGE - MEET = FORMAL AND INFORMAL MEETING SPACES - PELOTON = WORKSTATIONS - THE HUB = RECEPTION AND WAITING - STADIUM = LARGE CONFERENCE AND BREAK OUT SPACE - TIME TRIAL = SMART EXERCISE BIKE ROOM - VELODROME = BIKE PATH / OFFICE CIRCULATION

LOCATION: CENTRAL PLAZA ONE, BRISBANE CBD

BRIEF: TO INVESTIGATE NEW APPROACHES TO WORKPLACE DESIGN TO CREATE A SPACE THAT BECOMES AN EXPERIMENTAL CATALYST MOTIVATED BY THE IDEA OF MAKING WORKPLACES HUMAN COMMUNITIES. THE PROJECT REQUIRED DETERMINING AND RESEARCHING OWN CLIENT TO DESIGN AN INNOVATIVE WORKPLACE PROPOSITION.

FLOOR PLAN

REFLECTED CEILING PLAN


PERSPECTIVE - BRAKE COURSE

PERSPECTIVE - PELOTON

PERSPECTIVE - BREAKAWAY ZONE

PERSPECTIVE - MEET SPACE

PERSPECTIVE - COG WHEEL FEATURE PENDANT

ALL ASPECTS OF THE DESIGN PROPOSAL ARE INSPIRED BY THE BICYCLE. BICYCLE PARTS AND BICYCLE CULTURE INFLUENCED THE LAYOUT OF THE FLOOR PLATE, THE NAMES AND FUNCTIONS OF THE INDIVIDUAL SPACES AND THE WORKPLACE MOOD AND BEHAVIOURS. BICYCLE PARTS ALSO INSPIRED CUSTOM FURNITURE PIECES SUCH AS THE “WHEEL PODS” IN THE BRAKE COURSE, “CHAIN WORKSTATIONS” IN THE PELOTON AND “BIKE FRAME PARTITIONS” TO ENCLOSE THE MEETING SPACES. THE VELODROME IS ANOTHER MAJOR DESIGN ELEMENT THAT ENCOURAGES EMPLOYEE WELL-BEING, INTERACTION AND GETS EMPLOYEES EXCITED ABOUT THEIR PRODUCTS.


HANGIN OUT 05 FURNITURE DESIGN

FURNITURE STUDIES / JUNE -NOV 2017 GROUP MEMBERS: TESS BAKER, KIRSTY RYAN, DANA BELL, BROOKE PIETZNER

BRIEF: DESIGN, CONSTRUCT AND INSTALL A PIECE OF FURNITURE. THE PIECE MUST BE BASED OFF MATERIAL RESEARCH AND EXPERIMENTATION AND THETHEME “INSIDE OUTSIDE”.

‘HANGIN OUT’ IS A FURNITURE PIECE INSPIRED BY THE FORM OF A COAT HANGER. THE MULTIFUNCTIONAL PIECE IS DESIGNED FOR INNER CITY LIVING IN ORDER TO REDUCE THE NEED FOR MULTIPLE ITEMS IN SMALL SPACES. THE PIECE CONSISTS OF STATIONARY AND MOVEABLE ‘HANGERS’ THAT ALLOWS THE USER TO ADAPT THE CHAIR TO VARIOUS USES. THE BASE SET OF ‘HANGERS’ REMAIN IN THEIR LOCKED POSITION, AND THE MOVEABLE ‘HANGERS’ ROTATE AROUND THE CENTRAL AXIS TO CREATE VARIOUS BACK REST POSITIONS AND A CLOTHES HANGER. THE PIECE CAN ALSO BE FLIPPED ON ITS SIDE TO CREATE ANOTHER FUNCTIONAL SEAT IN A DIFFERENT FORM. THE FURNITURE PIECE WAS DESIGNED, BUILT AND INSTALLED OVER A TEN WEEK PERIOD. THE PROCESS INVOLVED EXTENSIVE MATERIAL TESTING AND CONCEPT DEVELOPMENT. THE FINAL PIECE WAS CONSTRUCTED WITH 10MM ALUMINIUM TUBING THAT WAS HAND BENT USING JIGS AND THEN WELDED TO ALUMINIUM RINGS. THE CENTRAL CORE CONSISTS OF VARIOUS ALUMINIUM PIPES THAT HAVE BEEN MILLED AND DRILLED TO ALLOW THE TURNING MECHANISM TO MOVE AND LOCK. ACRYLIC AND NYLON SPACES AND FILLERS HAVE ALSO BEEN USED, ALONG WITH CUSTOMISED SCREWS.

ALTERNATE CHAIR ORIENTATION

GROUP MEMBERS WITH FINISHED PIECE

GROUPS ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR AT LEAST 75% OF CONSTRUCTION AND MATERIAL SOURCING.

IMAGES DEMONSTRATING THE PROGRESSION AND EXTENT OF MOVEABLE ‘HANGERS’


287(56&5(:$1'%5$66%22.6&5(:6(&85(6 029,1*5,1*72,11(53,3( 002'$/80,1,805,1*6&2$7+$1*(5 52'6:(/'('727+,6

63$&(5$/7(51$7,1*00$&5</,&)25%$6( +$1*(56$1'00&877,1*%2$5'3/$67,&)25 029,1*+$1*(56

002'$/80,1,803,3('(*5((6/276 &877+528*+

029,1*+$1*(5527$7(6'(*5((6)520 %$&.5(6772+$1*,1*5$,/6 %$6(+$1*(5667$7,21$5<%$6($1' 6($7 6&5(:6&5(:6,172%5$66%22.6&5(: &211(&7('72,11(53,3( 00$1'00$&5</,&63$&(56*/8(' 72*(7+(5.((37+(287(5+$1*(55,1*6 )520%(&20,1*',6/2&$7(' %5$66%22.6&5(:6&5(:('72,11(5 3,3( 00',$$/80,1,803,3(0,''/(3,3(





00',$$/80,1,803,3(,11(53,3(

00$&5</,&63$&(5 002'$/80,1,803,3(7+,6$//2:6$// 029,1*+$1*(5672029(72*(7+(5

00$&5</,&63$&(5 00&877,1*%2$5'63$&(5$//2:6029,1* +$1*(5672*/,'($5281'0,''/(3,3( ($6,/<

%2/76(&85(6%$6(+$1*(56720(&+$1,60

RENDERED PERSPECTIVE

ASSEMBLY STEPS:

'(7$,/0(&+$1,60 

SECTION DETAIL - MECHANISM

EXPLODED DETAIL - MECHANISM


1

06 OFFICE FIT OUT

2

3

5100

TECH STUDIO / NOV 2016

5100

5100

3000

825

5

4

3760

6

5100

5540

5100

5700

2770

3500

1355

345 8MM ALUMINIUM FINISHING TRIM TO JUNCTION BETWEEN V:02 AND CT:01 PARTITION TO ALLOW FOR RETICULATION OF HYDRAULIC AND ELECTRICAL SERVICES PARTITION TO ALLOW FOR RETICULATION OF ELECTRICAL SERVICES

LOCATION: PL:02

PL:01

PL:08

KITCHENETTE V:02

CT:01

PL:01

TB:01 PA:02

1 04

CT:01

PL:01

UTILITY AREA CT:01

PA:02

2 04

GENERAL MANAGER'S OFFICE

D04

COMMS ROOM

D03

V:01

PL:01

PA:03

CT:01

PL:01

D02

CT:01

3 04

PL:03

LEGEND: FINISHES LEGEND:

D08

106

PL:03

PL:05

PL:06

PL:04

CORRIDOR CT:01

F

PL:03

3 05

D05

PL:03

PL:01

D07

WORKSTATIONS

PAINT FINISH

PA:XX

TB:XX

TIMBER FLOORING

CT:XX

CARPET TILE

V:XX

VINYL FLOORING

PL:01

155

3600

4175

BREAK0UT SPACE

COMPACTUS

RECEPTION

PL:05 PL:01

MEETING ROOM

1840

PL:08

PARTITION TO ALLOW FOR RETICULATION OF ELECTRICAL SERVICES

PL:02

1760

PA:03

PL:02

PL:02

5060

PL:07

D01

BRIEF:

PARTITION LEGEND:

D06

BOARD ROOM

PL:03

JOINERY ITEM

EXECUTIVE OFFICE

CT:01

CT:01

PL:01

CT:01

PL:XX

PARTITION CODE

D:XX

DOOR CODE

GENERAL NOTES: CT:02

SEE FINISHES AND PARTITION SCHEDULES FOR MORE INFORMATION. 8MM ALUMINIUM FINISHING TRIM TO JUNCTION BETWEEN V:01 AND CT:01 PARTITION TO ALLOW FOR RETICULATION OF ELECTRICAL SERVICES CT:01 AND CT:02 TO BE LAID AT RIGHT ANGLES TO EACHOTHER. TILES SHOULD BE OFFSET AGAINST TILES LAID IN THE SAME DIRECTION.

206

A selection of drawings from the drawing package are displayed in portfolio. All drawings to scale at A2.

1 -

NOTES USE FIGURED DIMENSIONS OVER SCALED DIMENSIONS. ANY DISCREPENICES TO BE REPORTED TO COURTNEY RIX PRIOR TO START OF CONSTRUCTION.

3055

3575

ALL PARTITIONS TO BE PAINTED PA:01 UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED.

8MM ALUMINIUM FINISHING TRIM TO JUNCTION BETWEEN TB:01 AND CT:01

280 3850

SEE PARTITION DETAIL DRAWINGS FOR MORE INFORMATION.

3096

PLAN - PARTITION/FINISHES 1 : 100

REV

DESCRIPTION

ISSUED BY

A

FOR CONSTRUCTION

CER

DATE 4.11.2016

CONSULTANTS MECHANICAL, FIRE, HYDRAULIC, ELECTRICAL SERVICES - RUSSELL HORTON, DIRECTOR OF INTERIOR ENGINEERING ACOUSTIC SERVICES - GILLIAN ADAMS, DIRECTOR OF ASK CONSULTING ENGINEERS

DESIGNER

COURTNEY RIX

CLIENT BKR GRAPHIC DESIGN PROJECT NAME

OFFICE FITOUT

SHEET NAME PARTITION/FINISHES PLAN SCALE

1 : 100

NORTH

DRWN BY

CHKD BY

CER

CER

DATE 4.11.2016

PROJECT STATUS

FOR CONSTRUCTION

PROJ NO.

01

DWG NO.

01

REVISION

A

22/02/2017 11:09:48 AM

USING AN UNDERSTANDING OF BUILDING AND COMMERCIAL WORKPLACE DESIGN TO CREATE A SUCCESSFUL OFFICE ENVIRONMENT FOR A GRAPHIC DESIGN COMPANY. PRODUCE CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS OUTLINING THE DESIGN AND THE INTEGRATION OF REQUIRED SERVICES PER THE CLIENT BRIEF.

PL:02

195 195

E

5100

100 CREEK STREET, BRISBANE CBD

PL:02


1

2

3

5100

5

4

5100

5100

6

5100

5100

794

900

(EQ:07)

PLACE MEETING TABLE IN CENTER OF ROOM

E

FURNITURE LEGEND: JOINERY ITEM

JO:XX

LF:05

LF:01

LF: 04

LF:05

UTILITY AREA

LF:06

GENERAL MANAGER'S OFFICE

V:01

LF:02

JO:01

D03

LF:08

COMPACTUS

JO:05 JO:03

CT:01

D02

LF: 04

SY:03

TAMBOUR STORAGE UNITS

2036

1325

SY:03 SY:03

SY:03 SY:03

SY:03

ST:01

SY:01

ST:01

SY:01

SY:01

LF:01

ST:01

ST:01

LF:01

SY:01

LF:01

ST:01

SY:01

ST:01

D07

BOARD ROOM

JO:08

ST:01

ST:01

SY:01

SY:01

ST:01

ST:01

SY:01 LF:03

SY:01

SY:01

ST:01

ST:01

SY:01

D06

LF:07

LF:03

LF:03

LF:03

LF:03

LF:03

EXECUTIVE OFFICE

(SY:02) LF:06

LF:01

LF:01

LF:01

LF:01

VINYL

D:XX

DOOR CODE

CT:01

SY:03 LF:03

LF:01

ST:01

SY:02 LF:08

GENERAL NOTES:

LF:02 LF:03

CARPET TILE

V:XX

SY:03 LF:01

TIMBER FLOORING

CT:XX

JO:07

CT:01

EQ:05 SY:01

STORAGE

TB:XX

D05 LF:07

LF:01

1975

SY:03

CT:01

LF:01

1775

(SY:01)

(SY:03)

1700

SY:03

LF:01

(SY:03)

CT:01

SY:03

SYSTEM FURNITURE

ST:XX

FINISHES LEGEND: CORRIDOR

SY:03

SY:XX

LF:07

WORKSTATIONS SY:03

LOOSE FURNITURE

LF:XX SY:02

LF:02 EQ:03

EQUIPMENT

EQ:XX

CT:01

SY: 02

ST:01

CT:01

D04

CT:01

LF:05

LF: 04

LF: 04

BREAK0UT SPACE D08

LF:06

COMMS ROOM

V:02

LF:11 EQ:04

TB:01

KITCHENETTE

LF:05 LF:10

LF:01

EQ:01

D01

RECEPTION

UMBILICAL CABLE FOR SERVICES

JO:06

2145

LF: 04 LF:01 LF:09

5100

EQ:02

EQ:04 LF:11

LF:01

EQ:07

JO:04

LF:05

1840

JO:02

1760

MEETING ROOM CT:01

F

LEGEND:

LF:03

LF:03

CT:02

LF:03

LF:03 EQ:06

SEE FURNITURE SCHEDULE FOR MORE INFORMATION.

LF:07

SEE JOINERY PACKAGE FOR MORE INFORMATION

3534

4522

4522

(SY:01)

3628

DASHED LINE REPRESENTS PEDESTAL UNITS UNDER DESK (SY:03)

DESIGNER TO BE ONSITE WHEN PLACING FURNITURE.

DASHED LINE REPRESENTS LOCATION OF INTEGRATED DATA AND SERVICES IN TABLE

NOTES USE FIGURED DIMENSIONS OVER SCALED DIMENSIONS. ANY DISCREPENICES TO BE REPORTED TO COURTNEY RIX PRIOR TO START OF CONSTRUCTION.

PLAN - FURNITURE 1 : 100

REV

DESCRIPTION

ISSUED BY

A

FOR CONSTRUCTION

CER

DATE 4.11.2016

CONSULTANTS MECHANICAL, FIRE, HYDRAULIC, ELECTRICAL SERVICES - RUSSELL HORTON, DIRECTOR OF INTERIOR ENGINEERING ACOUSTIC SERVICES - GILLIAN ADAMS, DIRECTOR OF ASK CONSULTING ENGINEERS

DESIGNER

COURTNEY RIX

CLIENT BKR GRAPHIC DESIGN PROJECT NAME

OFFICE FITOUT

SHEET NAME FURNITURE PLAN SCALE

1 : 100

NORTH

DRWN BY

CHKD BY

CER

CER

DATE 4.11.2016

PROJECT STATUS

FOR CONSTRUCTION

PROJ NO.

01

DWG NO.

02

REVISION

A

22/02/2017 11:10:22 AM

1 -


2115

960

FCL PA:01

CORNICE TO BE SQUARE SET

GLASS PANELS TO BE JOINED WITH SILICONE SEALANT

ALUMINIUM GLAZING BEAD TO CONNECT GLAZING PARTITION TO PLASTERBOARD PARTITION

PA:01

1065 45MM SLIMLINE ALUMINIUM FRAMING TO GLAZING. ANODISED ALUMINIUM FINISH

50MM MDF ARCHITRAVES TO DOOR. FINISIHED IN PA:05

1200

945

45MM SLIMLINE ALUMINIUM FRAMING TO GLAZING. POWDER COATED RAL9010 FINISH

D02

JO:05

960

DASHED LINE INDICATES PLACEMMENT OF ENGRAVED DOOR PLATE BONDED TO DOOR WITH STAINLESS STEEL STANDOFFS HATCH INDICATES EXTENT OF TRANSPARENT CLEAR FROSTED DECORATIVE FILM

300

FFL

ANODISED ALUMINIUM FRAME TO DOOR

DO5

306 350

2700

960

GLASS PANELS TO BE JOINED WITH SILICONE SEALANT

600

2115

0

100MM HIGH ALUMINIUM SKIRTING

100MM HIGH ALUMINIUM SKIRTING

2 -

3 -

ELEVATION - UTILITY ROOM 1 : 50

1820

ELEVATION - GENERAL MANAGER'S OFFICE 1 : 50

1300

FCL 2700

CORNICE TO BE SQUARE SET

PA:02

200

LEGEND:

1500

STAINLESS STEEL ENGRAVED NAME PLATE TO TIMBER PANELS WITH SELF ADHESIVE BACKING

JO:01

FFL 0

NOTES USE FIGURED DIMENSIONS OVER SCALED DIMENSIONS. ANY DISCREPENICES TO BE REPORTED TO COURTNEY RIX PRIOR TO START OF CONSTRUCTION.

PAINT FINISH

JO:XX

JOINERY ITEM

D:XX

DOOR CODE

100MM WIDE OAK TIMBER PANELS TO BE SPACED 250MM APART ON 45 DEGREE ANGLE. CLEAR SATIN FINISH TO OAK.

GENERAL NOTES:

100MM HIGH ALUMINIUM SKIRTING

SEE SCHEDULE PACKAGE FOR MORE INFORMATION

ELEVATION - RECEPTION 1 : 50

REV

DESCRIPTION

ISSUED BY

A

FOR CONSTRUCTION

CER

DATE 4.11.2016

CONSULTANTS

DESIGNER

CLIENT

MECHANICAL, FIRE, HYDRAULIC, ELECTRICAL SERVICES - RUSSELL HORTON, DIRECTOR OF INTERIOR ENGINEERING

COURTNEY RIX

BKR GRAPHIC DESIGN

ACOUSTIC SERVICES - GILLIAN ADAMS, DIRECTOR OF ASK CONSULTING ENGINEERS

PROJECT NAME

OFFICE FITOUT

SHEET NAME INTERIOR ELEVATIONS

DRWN BY

CHKD BY

CER

CER

SCALE

PROJECT STATUS

1 : 50

NORTH

DATE 4.11.2016

FOR CONSTRUCTION

PROJ NO.

01

DWG NO.

04

REVISION

A

22/02/2017 11:11:17 AM

1 -

PA:XX


07FLOOR PLANNING EXAMPLE

ESTATE IMAGES / 2017 WORK EXPERIENCE: EXAMPLE OF A FLOOR AND SITE PLAN CREATED DURING MY EMPLOYMENT AT ESTATE IMAGES.

PROGRAMS: THE MAIN PROGRAM USED TO CREATE THE FLOOR PLANS IS CONCEPT DRAW, WITH THE ADDITION OF SKETCH UP TO CALCULATE THE SQUARE METERAGE AND PHOTOSHOP TO EDIT LAYOUTS.

FLOOR PLAN EXAMPLE

SITE PLAN EXAMPLE

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