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[resume] PERMANENT ADDRESS 260 Williams Drive Florence, MS 39073

CONTACT 601-750-7410 cristenrichard@yahoo.com cristenrichard.wix.com/ interiordesign

PROFICIENCY AutoCAD Revit Photoshop Illustrator InDesign Sketchup Microsoft Office Windows

KNOWLEDGEABLE IN Adobe Acrobat Excel Rhino

RELATED COURSES Historic Preservation Principles of LEED Hand Rendering

EDUCATION Bachelor of Science in Interior Design; Graduation: August 2015 Accredited by the Council for Interior Design Accreditation Mississippi State University, Starkville, MS Cumulative GPA: 3.91/4.0 WORK EXPERIENCE AutoCAD Teaching Assistant Mississippi State University, Interior Design Program Mississippi State, MS Spring 2015 Interior Design Intern Penny Bowen Design/Bella Interiors Columbus, MS 05/2014-07/2014 Organized sample room and ordered/restocked with new samples Answered the phone and sat in on client meetings Selected ff&e and created product orders Developed and plotted construction documents in AutoCAD Assisted with project installs from store to site Peer Mentor Holmes Cultural Diversity Center MSU, Starkville, MS 08/2013-04/2014 Provided counseling and resources for freshman and transfers Worked desk hours at HCDC Center; hosted/attended campus events Participated in community service with co-workers and organizations


CRISTEN RICHARD HONORS/ACTIVITIES & SCHOLASTICS MSU Academic Scholarship Cindy W. Simpson Loyalty Scholarship 2011-2015 Judy and Bobby Shackouls Honors College Alpha Lambda Delta Freshman Honor Society President Scholar 2011-2014 INTERIOR DESIGN AWARDS $11,000 American Home Furnishings Scholarship, Faculty Nominated 2012 1st Place Brasfield and Gorrie MSU Group Competition 2014 1st Place Digital Rendering, ASID South Central Regional Competition 2014 2nd Place Team Institutional, ASID South Central Regional Competition 2014 2nd Place Hospitality ASID Student Competition, Mississippi State 2014 2nd Place Lighting Category, Student Competition, Mississippi State 2013 INTERIOR DESIGN ORGANIZATIONS/EVENTS ASID Student Membership 2015 ASID South Central Regional Student Career Day in Clinton, MS 2013 ASID South Central Regional Student Career Day in Hattiesburg, MS 2014 New Orleans, Louisiana Field Trip, 2012 Chicago, Illinois Field Trip, 2013 New York City, New York Field Trip, 2014 CAMPUS INVOLVEMENT T.K. Martin Fun Run 2012 Relay For Life 2012-2014 Sweet Potato Drop 2012 Humane Society Club 2013 Habitat for Humanity 2011-2014 FCA (Future Christian Athletes) Leadership Board 2012

REFERENCES Beth R. Miller Interior Design Director Professor Etheredge Hall Phone: 662.325.7689 Ra'Sheda Forbes Assistant Director Holmes Cultural Diversity Center, MSU Starkville, MS Phone: 601.934.3219 Penny Bowen Interior Designer Penny Bowen Design/ Bella Interiors Columbus, MS Phone: 662-549-5055


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Hospitality................................................................... 1 Urban Garden.................................................. 3 Orasul Nostru................................................... 17 Healthcare................................................................. 23 IDEC....................................................................... 25 Haven................................................................... 29 Institutional................................................................. 31 NEXT University.............................................. 33 Howell Hall......................................................... 43 Juniper's Rock................................................. 49 Retail............................................................................. 53 Niche..................................................................... 55 The Biscuit Shop............................................. 61 Vi............................................................................. 63 Furniture Design..................................................... 69 Chair/Stool Model........................................... 71 Reception Desk..............................................73 Creative....................................................................... 75 Photography..................................................... 77 Design/Drawing.............................................. 79 Hand Rendering.............................................. 81 Watercolor.........................................................83


hospitality > > > healthcare institutional retail furniture design creative


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Standing 8 stories tall, Urban Garden is an eco-friendly boutique hotel located in the heart of Seattle, Washington. Being one of the top ten greenest cities in America and a venue to some of the world's most promising professionals, Seattle meshes its urban attitude with a green philosophy into a unique paradise. Among landmarks such as the Space Needle and Olympic Sculpture Park, Urban Garden brings the Emerald city's nature- with an urban twist- to downtown Seattle.

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SEATTLE

ALL NATURAL

SOLAR ENERGY

RECYCLE

ENERGY EFFICIENT

WATER SAVINGS

BIODEGRADABLE

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FSC

MADE IN USA


[level 1]

HOTEL DIRECTORY GROUND FLOOR Harvest Bistro Grove Lounge Oasis Eco-Spa

LEVELS 2-8 Urban Rooms Garden Rooms

ROOFTOP Verdant Skybar & Grill Pool

Level 1 Rendered Floor Plan

challenge

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Design a boutique hotel in a vibrant, unique, or up-and-coming city to meet the needs of that specific location's audience. Provided with an existing hospitality shell floor plan as well as the required amenities, develop a strong concept to guide the design and character of the hotel.

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Lobby

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GROVE

LOUNGE Adjacent to the main lobby of Urban Garden, Grove Lounge offers guests a cup of Seattle coffee in the morning and a glass of wine at night. With the mysterious and enticing vibe of a forest grove, this bar is a comfortable and soothing place to relax and unwind after a day on the town.

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[Grove Lounge]

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Designed Logo

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Pendant sketch

Harvest Bistro > > > A unique farm-to-table dining experience is offered to guests at Urban Garden's exceptional hotel restaurant, Harvest Bistro. Visitors can enjoy the healthy specialties created by the chef from the freshest local ingredients grown on the rooftop garden and obtained from local suppliers.

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[ff&e]

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Oasis Eco-spa Entrance Perspective

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oasis eco-spa

Designed Logo

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Eco-spa sketch

[Oasis Eco-spa] At Urban Garden's relaxing eco-spa, Oasis features bamboo and eco-stone flooring, lush greenery, and a mineral bath waterfall as only a few of the elements used to incorporate natural beauty and eco-friendly concepts. Natural products made from local herbs are used in a variety of treatments and offered for sale to clients.

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Urban/Garden Carpet

King Suite Urban Room

Custom Wall covering

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King Suite Urban Room Maquette

Guest Level Rendered Floor Plan

Guest Level > > >

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The guest levels offer a blended design for the "green" visitors and young professionals thru an efficient, fun, and quality design. "Urban" and "Garden"-inspired rooms offer the luxuries of in-room hammock hooks and complimentary bicycles for savvy professionals while the environmentally-conscious guests enjoy eco-friendly finishes, low-flow bathroom fixtures, and Lutron occupancy/vacancy sensors.


Corridor Elevation

Double Standard Urban Room

[ff&e]

Queen Garden Room

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Rooftop Entrance Perspective

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Rooftop Level Rendered Floor Plan

Rooftop Level > > >

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A one-of-a-kind rooftop features a guest-exclusive community vertical garden, greenhouse to provide local vegetables, fruits, and herbs, and solar panels to heat the saltwater pool. These amenities allow the hotel to run as efficiently as possible and create a strong sense of loyalty and consideration for the health, values, and satisfaction of the hotel's eco and urban-minded guest list.


Vertical Garden Sketch

Model Images

[ff&e]

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rooftop greenhouse/covered seating > > >

concept sketches > > >


[project information] Project Responsibilities: Software Used: Duration:

Concept, space planning, sketches, renderings, ff&e, models AutoCAD, Revit, InDesign, Illustrator, Photoshop, Rhino, Microsoft Word, iMovie 6 weeks | Senior Year | Fall 2014

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context

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Orasul Nostru is the pure illustration of the eclectic and historically nostalgic culture of the Romanian people. Translating to mean "our city," the restaurant is located in ClujNapoca - one of the most academic, cultural, and industrial-minded centers in the country. Home to renowned cultural institutions and 11 universities, Cluj is the heart of a diverse culture interwoven with the folklore charm of their ancestors and modern advances.

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[floor plan & rcp]

challenge

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Design an international restaurant and develop its identity to support the interior design as well as the facade. Requirements include using the existing shell, providing ADA restrooms, incorporating private and bar dining, and creating a variety of booth/ banquette, high-top, and low top seating for at least 200 people.

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solution

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Orasul Nostru allows a hub for college students to eat, socialize, study and break from the actual campus into a setting that carries the same atmosphere and conveniences. Seclusion and privacy are achieved through visually and physically separating spaces while opportunities of collaboration and camaraderie are divided among a variety of high tops and banquets all nestled throughout the space.


Private Dining Elevation

Moments of traditional design take place in the material and furniture selections as well as visual highlights reminiscing of the history of Cluj to further instill in them this sense of "our city." Atrium Seating Elevation

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multipurpose karaoke/study stage > > >

ff&e

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[project information] Project Responsibilities: Software Used: Duration: Awards:

Individual AutoCAD, Revit, Illustrator, Photoshop, Excel, Microsoft Word 4 weeks | Junior Year | Fall 2013 1st Place Digital Rendering | ASID South Central Regional Career Day | Hattiesburg, MS 2nd Place Hospitality | MSU ASID Student Competition

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hospitality healthcare > > > institutional retail furniture design creative


context

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The patient room of the future integrates any opportunity to enhance the wellness of the patient as well as create an everimproving workflow for hospital staff. Elements such as seamless circulation, new technologies, and an empowering environment are crucial. In addition, interaction and inclusion of patient families in decision-making and other social contributions are fundamental to creating and customizing the healing process.

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Patient Room Perspective

[ff&e]


[research]

Patient + Family Centered Care

EDUCATE. - patients and families are able to receive information more efficiently and accurately - families participate better in the care and decision-making process with a hands-on approach - more education has given families the knowledge to better take care of discharged patients - an interactive TV screen across from the patient bed allows a seamless workflow for the nurses - technology gives access to both patients and families to care schedules and systems that rate pain levels/ care needs, control devices, food service and video chat with distant family members.

ENGAGE. - patients, families, and health workers can collaborate on personalizing the care and delivery - family values and cultural backgrounds influence care and delivery - issues do arise when health care staff members have to deal with families that question their skills - with a comprehensive structure, most challenges can be overcome - the family area allows a hospitality-like setting that makes it homey for a visitor's extended stay - the space allows healthy two-way privacy for nurse-patient and nurse-family interactions

ENCOURAGE. - patients and families are encouraged to actively participate in policy and program development - families are also encouraged to choose the level of involvement - more strict and organized methods/meetings are implemented from the start of the process - the design of the family area shows a welcoming environment and gives a sense of control

challenge

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Develop a prototype of a patient room with focus on the integration of an area for family and visitors. Present innovative, creative, and sustainable design solutions and features that promote healing and family interaction with patients and staff.

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Elevation Key: A. Ceiling height = 9 -0 B. 3 Form built-in pop-up wall storage system C. Ergonomic, tech-savvy and eco-friendly Herman Miller Nala chair D. Built-in kitchenette and wall storage system E. Desk for family-nurse meetings and information F. Bookshelf allows personal touches from family G. A floor-to-ceiling wood wall brings warmth and a hospitality-like design to the space

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Desk and storage

Rendered Floor Plan

Dining & bookshelf

D G

E F

Patient headboard and storage

solution

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Design features and solutions include ergonomic and eco-friendly ff&e selections, integrated wall storage for efficient use of space, an interactive TV screen for nursepatient interactions, remote-controlled systems for the patient to utilize, and a separate, but, easily accessible family area for seamless communication and involvement.

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Family Area Perspective

[project information] Project Responsibilities: Software Used: Duration:

Concept/research, ff&e selection, edited renderings Revit, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Photoshop, Microsoft Word 2 weeks | Senior Year | Fall 2014

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HAVEN Women's Clinic is an OB/GYN medical clinic that aims to satisfy not only a woman's wellbeing and health but provide a spa-like atmosphere that enhances comfort and contentment.

Axonometric View

7' - 5 15/16"

4' - 6 7/8"

11' - 7 5/16"

PR 28 SF EXAM 2 120 SF

EXAM 1 120 SF

12' - 1 1/16"

12' - 3 7/16"

12' - 1 1/4"

12' - 0 7/8"

12' - 6"

EXAM 6 120 SF

EXAM 7 120 SF

EXAM 8 120 SF

C.S. 17 SF 6' - 2 13/32"

3' - 8 5/16"

7' - 2 7/16"

5' - 3 1/2"

4' - 1 7/8"

MECH 18 SF

LARGE STORAGE 97 SF

10' - 0 1/8"

7' - 3"

BREAK PR 66 SF 28 SF

NURSE STATION 103 SF

C.S. 17 SF

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5’ radius

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4' - 6 7/8"

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BUS. ADM. 74 SF

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10' - 5 7/8"

5’ radius

BILLING 62 SF

5’ radius ADA 2 50 SF

STRG. 25 SF

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4' - 9 9/32"

5' - 11 3/16"

LAB 69 SF

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HAVEN Women’s MedicalClinic Clinic Women’s Medical

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ADA 1 55 SF

WAITING AREA 660 SF

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14' - 1 1/2"

RECEPTION 138 SF

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6' - 5 3/8"

EXAM 5 122 SF

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8' - 4 7/8"

2' - 8"

EXAM 3 129 SF

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6' - 4 5/16"

8' - 0 7/8"

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10' - 1 1/8"

12' - 1 3/8"

12' - 2 11/16"

12' - 3 17/32"

12' - 5 11/16"

5' - 6 1/4"

It provides an experience where patients can feel relaxed and secure in their surroundings.

8' - 5 1/2"

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RECEPTION Reception WAITING AREA Waiting Area ADA RESTROOMS ADA Restrooms PRIVATE RESTROOMS Private Restrooms OFFICES Offices EXAM ROOMS Exam Rooms ULTRASOUND Ultrasound NURSE STATION Nurse Station CHARTING STATIONS Charting Stations LAB Lab BREAK ROOM Break Room SCALE Scales MECHANICAL Mechanical CIRCULATION Circulation


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challenge

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Given an existing healthcare shell floor plan and required spaces, design an OB/GYN medical clinic. Develop a research-based concept that emphasizes health, wellness, and comfort in the design.

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Cooper Neo Ray

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Upon entering HAVEN, features like the organic-shaped ceiling design, soothing water feature wall, and ff&e selections and arrangements are catered to privacy and comfort allowing the client's minds to be at ease and diverted from any anxieties. Way-finding effortlessly guides women through warm and unintimidating corridors while the offices and exam rooms carry hints of the ff&e to maintain that familiar tranquility the reception and corridors offer.


[project information] Project Responsibilities: Software Used: Duration:

Individual AutoCAD, Revit, Illustrator, Photoshop, Excel, Microsoft Word 3 weeks | Junior Year | Spring 2014

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hospitality healthcare institutional > > > retail furniture design creative


context

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Next University is the next leading educational center for equipping and encouraging the world's next innovative thinkers and leaders. The mission of the institution can be closely illustrated by the art of glassblowing. The actual process of glassblowing has proven to be just asif not more- inspiring to the research of this design as is the finished piece of art. The process involves three steps that closely reflect the Next Institution's mission: charging, reheating, and cooling down.

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[rendered floor plan] Classroom 3

Classroom 1 Classroom 2

Key Plan

Faculty Hub

Distance Learning

Student Workcafe

Level 2

challenge

Level 1

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Given an existing two-story shell of 10,685 usable SF, design a learning environment, using Steelcase Inc. products, that supports student engagement and retention through the provision of spaces and technologies that allow learning to happen everywhere.

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[CHARGING] occurs when the furnace is filled with mixed and melted glass while more layers of glass are gathered and added. Students are equipped with "evolving innovation processes" and tools to foster critical and innovative thinking. Teachers engage with and support the students periodically (i.e. mentoring). [REHEATING] is when glass is blown and repeatedly being placed in the furnace while tools are used to further manipulate and refine the glass. This stage for students allows diverse and constant opportunities to collaborate, learn, and problem-solve. Interaction with peers and the environment occurs. Content and idea sharing help to meet user needs. [COOLING DOWN] is a slow and necessary step in the glass blowing process, because it prevents shattering and cracking due to thermal stress. NEXT not only encourages innovation but wellbeing. Retreating, to focus or rest, and reflecting tend to students' emotional, physical, and mental needs. Private, audible, and visual spaces give users sensory control.

solution

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Packed with the latest Steelcase ff&e, technologies, and research, the Next Institution renovation features much evidence-based design. Classrooms feature smart and flexible arrangements while in-between learning spaces offer a variety of seating and learning opportunities. The student workcafe and faculty hub embody only a few of the charging, reheating, and cooling down zones as students navigate through the phases.


REHEATING COOLING DOWN

Level 2

[research] " ...traditionally workplaces have been designed for efficiency, and sometimes take a one-size- fits-all approach. But that doesn't offer employees the ability to choose the right kind of setting for the work they need to do. When they have choices, employees have a sense of control that helps them feel more empowered, engaged and less stressed." -Alain de Benoist, founder of the Nouvelle Droite (360 Magazine)

furnace zone plan > > >

CHARGING

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student workcafe perspective

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workcafe reflected ceiling plan

workcafe: reheating zone > > >

workcafe Cooling Down Elevation

[research] ""We like to offer different types of spaces

for students to work in so that they can be intentional about what space they want to work in during that phase of their process." -Stanford D School

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active learning classroom

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faculty hub elevation

Faculty Hub Perspective Steelcase researchers say instructors use their offices in various ways:

faculty hub reflected ceiling plan

- colleagues build communities of practice - projects are managed - materials are displayed and discussed - teachers advise and instruct students - different media are stored

[project information] Project Responsibilities: Software Used: Duration: Awards:

Individual AutoCAD, Revit, Illustrator, Photoshop, Microsoft Word 4 weeks | Senior Year | Fall 2014 Faculty nominated for Steelcase NEXT 2014 Competition

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context

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Since 2004, when the College of Art, Architecture, and design (CAAD) was established, its mission has been to unify each of its sections. Over the past decade, CAAD has fulfilled that mission through conceptualization, technology, and ethical issues. To further achieve these goals, the Howell Hall Renovation creates a CAAD Campus that physically enhances communication and collaboration within the college.

Howell Hall Entrance Perspective

COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE ART + DESIGN

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[block plan and rcp]

ID ~ 9,000 sq ft Art ~ 14,500 sq ft BCS ~ 11,000 sq ft Shared ~ 650 sq ft Storage ~ 5,200

ID ART SHARED STORAGE

Level 2

challenge

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Fulfill the "CAAD Campus" vision by creating a design proposal for an existing building's renovation to include the Interior Design Program and Art Department's fundamental courses. Although both majors are to be separate, create a sense of cohesion within the college with this new addition.

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Inspirational Space Images

Rendered Floor Plan

solution

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Floor Finishes

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Within the Interior Design Program studios, flexibility and collaboration are encouraged with a variety of pin-up, seating, and meeting areas. The Art department features opportunities for quick reconfiguring and critique, as well as industrial finishes easy to maintain. In both the Art and Interior Design entrances, the CAAD logo is incorporated in the design to create a cohesive identity among the departments.


Interior Design Studio

[ff&e]

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materials library and kitchen > > >

ff&e

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Track lighting is flexible and highlights critique pin-up walls. Each space within the Art Department uses finishes and furniture that looks industrial and are easy to clean.

[project information] Project Responsibilities: Software Used: Duration: Awards:

Concept, space planning, renderings, rendered floor plan, ff&e Revit, Illustrator, Photoshop, Microsoft Word 4 weeks | Junior Year | Spring 2014 2nd Place Team Institutional | ASID South Central Regional Career Day | Hattiesburg

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context

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Juniper's Rock Children's Museum, located in Houston, Texas, is the home of lively and educational exhibits and attractions for kids of all ages. The need for layered lighting, especially task, for interactive displays and zones is accompanied by the natural lighting coming through the two story curtain wall atrium. The spaces include a cafe, party room, two interactive learning zones, a tunnel junction, gift shop, several exhibits, play areas, and a theatre.

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Juniper"s Rock Treehouse Perspective


[rendered elevations]

Activity/Work Station Elevation

Bridge/Exhibit Elevation

challenge

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Create a lighting design for an interior space of your choosing using Cooper Industries lighting. Design the shell and concept of the building utilizing a knowledge of lighting and its function to accurately select and place fixtures.

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Lighting Legend Symbol

Description Pendant Light

Recessed Downlight Troffer

Level 1 Reflected Ceiling Plan

Linear Recessed Track Lighting

Level 2 Reflected Ceiling Plan

solution

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Cooper lighting has allowed for a wide, creative, and functional range of lighting to meet the specific needs of a space with such a variety of activities including the large bamboo-finish and mini bar pendants in the cafe to LED Troffers offering fresh, ambient lighting for the classroom-like learning zones. Track lighting and wall washers allow wall grazing and highlight exhibits while decorative pendants dress up the level 2 bridge.


children's museum cafe > > >

[project information] Project Responsibilities: Software Used: Duration: Awards:

Concept, space planning, level one ff&e, renderings, elevations AutoCAD, Revit, Illustrator, Photoshop, Microsoft Word 4 weeks | Junior Year | Fall 2013 2nd Place Team | MSU Cooper Lighting Competition | 2014

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hospitality healthcare institutional retail > > > furniture design creative


context

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Niche is a retail incubator located in downtown Starkville, MS where talented vendors can rent retail space to sell their products and services without having to acquire their own space. According to dictionary.com, "niche" is defined as "the position or function of an organism in a community" and implementing this concept into the identity of the retail space will result in promoted individuality, healthy partnerships, and community involvement.

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Niche Entrance Perspective


[building information]

challenge

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Working with architecture, building construction science, and graphic design students, design and create a construction plan for an existing building space for the purpose of a downtown retail incubator. Incorporate elements such as custom vendor stalls, wayfinding, LEED certification, and effective business strategy.

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B

Custom wood slat walls allow hanging space for vendor logos and merchandise while creating partial visual barriers between neighboring vendors without being enclosed walls.

solution

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Rendered Floor Plan

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The custom slat walls and angled positioning allows an efficient use of floor and product space. The angled design also draws customers through and around the entire space- promoting each vendor individually, but equally. A conference room promotes professional communication to prepare vendors for future business management while the studio/art gallery helps meet the needs of current and potential vendors.


A Longitudinal Section

B

Latitudinal Section

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studio/art gallery > > >

branding

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A multipurpose studio space and art gallery allow more business opportunities for vendors as well as community relationships. As a studio space, vendors are given the incentive to have a working environment outside of their homes and close to work, while the "after hours" art gallery opens up doors for exposure for local artists in the neighborhood who have yet to reach that next step.


[project information] Project Responsibilities: Software Used: Duration: Awards:

Concept, branding strategy, space planning, renderings, ff&e AutoCAD, Revit, Illustrator, Photoshop 2 weeks | Senior Year | Fall 2014 1st Place Group Competition | Brasfield & Gorrie | MSU

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context

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Challenge: Prepare a design proposal for a small renovationconverting an existing building into a biscuit shop. Meet with the client and do a site analysis of the existing space. Solution: Considering the budget and time restraints, the team aimed to provide short-term and long-term goals, or phases, that the client could pursue immediately and/ or over a period of time. This solution provided more of a consulting approach for the client.

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Biscuit Shop Entrance Perspective


[design board]

3' - 0"

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6' - 3"

10' - 0"

6' - 10"

3' - 2 1/2"

3' - 0 1/4"

8' - 4 1/4"

9' - 0 1/2"

6' - 3"

8' - 7 1/2"

3' - 8 1/32"

3' - 2 1/32" 3' - 9 1/32"

2' - 9 1/32"

5' - 7 25/32"

7' - 2 27/32"

6'

/4" 13 -1

7' - 7 1/2"

3' - 1 1/2"

4' - 2 1/2"

3' - 4 3/4"

8' - 0 11/16"

5' - 1 3/4"

3' - 5" 2' - 9 1/32"

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project information Project Responsibilities: Software Used: Duration:

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>>> Concept, space planning, site analysis, ff&e, digital rendering Revit, InDesign, Photoshop 2 weeks | Junior Year | Spring 2014

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context

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Vi possesses a very specific objective in giving environmental value and organic material a highclass connotation for the retail market. The store concept combines the essence of the origin of make-up with sophisticated elegance and technology. Playing off natural elements of a Vineyard and the idea of quality and taste, this unique brand gives beauty a fresh, new meaning for our "mature" audience.

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[concept definitions]

challenge

>>>

Given a shell and square footage requirements, design a make-up retail space that uses the latest trends and technology to reach the female demographic of ages 39-59. Develop a strong concept and use only hand rendered drawings for support.

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solution

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Vi creates a customer journey that establishes loyalty in the quality and substance of the products- wellness, reliability, and value are key factors in the brand. Emphasis on health benefits and ingredients are emphasized, interactive technologies engage customers in product information and technics, and the vineyard-like aesthetics give a mature and sophisticated approach to attracting the audience.


Lighting Lighting Legend Legend 6" LED Recessed Can Recessed Ca n LED Track Lighting Track Lighting

[floor plan and rcp]

1

LinearWasher Wall Washer Wall Pendant Light Glass LED Pendant

2

Metal LED Pendant

3

Bird Cage Pendant

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Right Display Wall Elevation

Left Display Wall Elevation

fixture sketches

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[project information] Project Responsibilities: Software Used: Duration:

Concept, space planning, fixture sketches/measurements, ff&e AutoCAD, Revit, Illustrator, Photoshop, Microsoft Word 4 weeks | Junior Year | Spring 2014

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project

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Approach a stool charrette by researching Ernst Haeckel and his famous botanical drawings. After selecting one for direction and inspiration, design a stool for a person based on this image.

THE WAVE

Extract from his compositions the curves that you feel are more evocative. From those curves, your project should evolve into a final stool design.

3D Printed Model

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Rhino Screenshots


[design board]

3D Printed Model

18”

36” 12” 20”

Milano-1304

project

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The Knoll furniture student competition at MSU challenged students to seek designs for a new piece of Knoll furniture that was appropriate for either a residential or commercial setting. Consider modern and evolving design.

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context

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Advance the design of an entry lobby of a previous project of your choosing. Complete a series of millwork drawings of a reception area that includes a reception desk, ceiling, and wall detail. The design will be complete and with comprehensive detail to show both the design quality of the space as well as materials and assemblages.

Reception Desk Perspective

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[design board]

top plate

3'-6"

furring channel

1/2" gypsum board

sole plate

Full Section

0'-1 1/4"

3/4" plywood surface

paint finish

3'-1 5/8" paint finish

metal finish

1/8" metal finish

1'-2 5/8" 0'-7 1/2"

2'-1"

0'-7 3/8" 0'-1 5/8"

1'-2 7/8"

1/2" laminated surface

1/2" veneer plywood

3'-2 3/4"

2x4 studs 1'-2 1/2"

1'-6 1/2"

2'-3 1/4"

laminate surface

4" toe-space

3'-0"

1/2" veneer plywood 0'-4"

Cristen Richard Furniture Design - Spring 2014

5/8" gypsum board

1'-3 7/8"

THE OFFICE

12'-0"

4'-8 1/2"

2x4 wooden studs

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Back Elevation


resume hospitality healthcare institutional retail furniture design creative > > >


context

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Located in the Communications Department, Photographic Communication's objective was for students to study and practice techniques of photography and digital imaging as they related to visual communication in journalism, public relations, mass media, and related fields.

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[photography]


project

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Stamp Designs: Create a unified series of works that employ a varied color usage: monochromatic, complimentary, analogous, earth tones, and discordant color.

Stamp Designs

Research Illustration: Create an illustrated design using a research methodology that relies on naturalrelated entities or objects. Color is modified in a comparable fashion.

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Research Illustration


[design and drawing]

[STILL LIFE]

Charcoal Still Life Charcoal Self-Portrait

project

>>>

Create a still life and self-portrait using dry media at a slow pace while using meticulous line work. Work from direct observation- keeping in mind value, perspective, and proportion.

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context

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The hand rendering course offered at Mississippi State was a required course for Interior Design. The studio course dealt with concepts, techniques, and media used in executing interior and exterior renderings. These skills were then carried into History of Interiors II where a history journal was completed with several hand drawn and rendered furniture and architectural sketches.

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[FURNITURE]


[hand rendering]


context

>>>

This watercolor spread is a collection of personal work completed outside of class. The technique of using different water-soluble mediums and methods is shown in exaggerated depictions of nature and monochromatic portraits.

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[watercolor]


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Cristen Richard  

Hello. My name is Cristen Richard and this is a collection of works done by myself in the Interior Design program at Mississippi State Unive...

Cristen Richard  

Hello. My name is Cristen Richard and this is a collection of works done by myself in the Interior Design program at Mississippi State Unive...

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