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Muse cafe

hospitality and branding

The water city

mixed use

Hairs tile

carpet tile vignette

urban forest hospitality design through hand perspective

corcoran ART SCHOOL

college and graduate education

The Dichotomy/Autonomy relationship

Thesis Proposal and design for alterations beer boutique


MUSE CAFE: THE SPACE

Atrium Entrance

CAFE VIEW EMPHASIZING GRAPHIC SIGNAGE

Trash & Recycle

Bus Table

Drinks

Milk & Sugar Existing Cafe Tables & Chairs

Cutlery

Kitchen

Gelato Service Station

Retail

POS

Atrium Entrance

Disp.

Retail Chalkboard Menus

Corcoran Gallery Main Entrance

FLOOR PLAN - NTS MUSE CAFE SCALE: 1/4” = 1ʼ-0”


CAFE

MUSE

todd gray’s

todd gray’s

MUSE

CAFE at the

CO RC ORAN GALLE RY

of art

at the

CO R CO R A N GALLERY

open to the public

of art

A collaborative design concept comprising the total brand development of Todd Gray’s Muse Cafe in the renowned Corcoran Museum of Art in Washington, DC. Brand identity for the cafe emphasizes fresh, local food merged with the artistic atmosphere of the museum.

muse cafe


LEVEL 1 FLOOR PLAN


LEVEL 2+ FLOOR PLAN

A design concept for a mixed use building in the Columbia Heights Neighborhood of Washington, DC. Like the protected canals that define the city of Venice, long narrow pathways allow for meandering and wandering through the building. Spaces include Acqua Alta (bar/restaurant), The Canal (outdoor space), Venetian Drip (coffee bar), and The Rialto (apartments).

the water city


ADA UNISEX

UNISEX

TABLE SEATING KITCHEN

HOSTESS STAND

BAR SEATING BAR

HIGH BAR TABLES

BAR FLOOR PLAN

ACQUA ALTA A lively nightspot that serves libations to customers seeking a sophisticated lounge atmosphere.


ADA UNISEX

SERVICE BAR

KITCHEN

UNISEX

MECH. CAFE SEATING COFFEE BAR

LOUNGE SEATING

CAFE SEATING

COFFEE SHOP FLOOR PLAN

ENTRANCE WALL ELEVATION - NTS

VENETIAN DRIP An alternative coffee shop that thrives during late hours to encourage intimate gatherings.

the water city


BRUNETTE

RED HEAD

BLONDE

Twist/Frieze

Multi-Level Loop and Cut Loop

SECTION CUT

HAIRS TILE

A conceptual design for a random lay carpet installation for entry in an Interface carpet design competition.


URBAN FOREST

Perspective and rendering process studies for a bar designed to have an urban forest feel with organic forms clad in metal.


LEVEL 2 FURNITURE PLAN - NTS

D

E

ND FLOOR NEW WORK PLAN - NTS

C

F

B

A

A - STUDENT LOUNGE B - LECTURE HALL EXPANSION C - LECTURE HALL D - PRINT CENTER E - OPEN STUDIO F - OPEN LIBRARY

2ND FLOOR

C EDUCATION DESIGN

USTOM BOOKSHELVES ELEVATION - NTS


PRC P P

1’ − 0"

0’ − 1"

1’ − 0"

EDUCATI DESI

Pamela Miller Rebecca Elmo Courtney Wilke

STAINED OAK SHELVING

1’ − 0"

0’ − 1"

1’ − 0" 1’ − 0" 1’ − 0" 1’ − 0" 1’ − 0" 1’ − 0" 1’ − 0" 1’ − 0"

1’ − 0"

0’ − 1"

CUSTOM SHELVING ELEVATION AND DETAILS - NTS

EDU ED

2’ − 0"

BACKING

SHELF

BACKING 2’ − 0" 2’ − 0"

2’ − 0"

STAINED OAK SHELVING

INTERIORS PAINTED WHITE

2’ − 0"

SHELF

2’ − 0"

2’ − 0" 2’ − 0"

2’ − 0" 2’ − 0"

2’ − 0"

1’ − 0"

4 A113 1’ − 0" 1’ − 0"

1’ − 0" 1’ − 0"

ENLARGED CUSTOM SHELVING SCALE: 1/4" = 1'-0"

3 A113 3

3

1 ENLARGED CUSTOM SHELVING CUSTOM BOOKSHELVES ELEVATION - NTS 1/4" =CUSTOM 1'-0" 1 SCALE: ENLARGED SHELVING

A113

A113

A113

0’ − 10" 2’ − 0"

2’ − 0"TYP

2’ − 0"

SECTION

CUSTOM SHELVING SECTION SCALE: 1/2" = 1'-0" CUSTOM SHELVING SECTION SCALE: 1/2" = 1'-0"

0’ − 11"

3

2’ − 0"TYP 2’ − 0"TYP

0’ − 7"

0’ − 8"

0’ − 11" PAINTED WOOD CUSTOM SHELVES

2’ − 0"

Z CLIPS

0’ − 11"

2’ − 0"

OPEN TO 2ND FLOOR ENTRYWAY OPEN TO 2ND FLOOR ENTRYWAY

DOOR TO STAIRWELL 1 DOOR TO STAIRWELL 1

STAINED OAK RUNGS

CUSTOM SHELF ALUMINUM VERTICAL PIPES CUSTOM SHELF STAINED OAK SHELVES

ALUMINUM PIPES STAINEDVERTICAL OAK RUNGS

A113

0’ − 8"

0’ − 7" SHELF 0’ − 7"

A113

CUSTOM SHELVING DETAIL SCALE: 1" = 1'-0"

0’ − 11"

0’ − 8" TYP

BACKING

BACKING SHELF

STAINED OAK SHELVES

0’ − 2" TYP

As indicated

0’ − 8"

Z CLIPS

4

SHELF

INTERIORS PAINTED WHITE INTERIORS PAINTED WHITE

4 A113 4 A113 0’ − 2" TYP

0’ − 8" TYP

CUSTOM SHELVING ELEVATION SCALE: 1/4" = 1'-0" CUSTOM SHELVING ELEVATION SCALE: 1/4" = 1'-0"

A collaborative design concept for the redesign of the Georgetown building of the Corcoran College of Art + Design to create an environment that fosters interaction and collaboration to create a sense of community within the design fields.

0’ − 11"

SCALE:

0’ − 8"

Z CLIPS

ALUMINUM VERTICAL PIPES STAINED OAK SHELVES

0’ − 8" TYP− 2" 0’ TYP

A113 2

0’ − 8"

PAINTED WOOD CUSTOM SHELVES PAINTED WOOD CUSTOM SHELVES BUILT−IN LADDERS BUILT−IN STAINED OAK RUNGS LADDERS

WOOD MEETS AT BUTT JOINT WOOD SCREWS WOOD MEETS AT BUTT JOINT WOOD SCREWS

BACKING

INTERIORS PAINTED WHITE

CUSTOM SHELVING ELEVATION SCALE: 1/4" = 1'-0"

2

2’ − 0"

2’ − 0"

BUILT−IN LADDERS

2’ − 0" 2’ − 0"

0’ − 10" 2’ − 0"

2’ − 0" 1’ − 0"1’ − 0" 2’ − 0" 2’ − 0" 2’ − 0" 1’ − 0"1’ − 0"1’ − 0"1’ − 0" 2’ − 0" 1’ − 0"1’ − 0" 2’ − 0" 2’ − 0" 2’ − 0" 1’ − 0"1’ − 0"1’ − 0"1’ − 0"

2 A113

0’ − 8"

A113 0’ − 10" 2’ − 0"

2’ − 0"

DOOR TO STAIRWELL 1

WOOD MEETS AT BUTT JOINT WOOD SCREWS

CUSTOM SHELF

A113 3

2’ − 0"

OPEN TO 2ND FLOOR ENTRYWAY

1’ − 0"1’ − 0"1’ − 0"1’ − 0"

SCALE: 1/4" = 1'-0"

1’ − 0"1’ − 0"

A113

2’ − 0"

1 A113

4 CUSTOM SHELVING A113 4 SCALE: 1/2" = 1'-0" A113

2’ − 0" 2’ − 0"

3 A113

INTERIORS PAINTED WHITE INTERIORS PAINTED WHITE

1’ − 0"

2’ − 0"

2’ − 0"

1’ − 0" 1’ − 0" 1’ − 0" 1’ − 0"

2

1’ − 0"

1’ − 0"

A113

2’ − 0"

2’ − 0" 2’ − 0"

2

A113

2’ − 0"

BACKING

SHELF

CORCORAN COLLEGE OF ART + DESIGN 1801 35TH STREET NW. WASHINGTON, DC 20007 SCHOOL RENOVATION

2

2’ − 0"

A113

2’ − 0"

Pa Reb P Cou Re C

STAINED OAK SHELVING

CUSTOM SHELVING DETAIL SCALE: 1" = 1'-0" CUSTOM SHELVING DETAIL SCALE: 1" = 1'-0"

SHEET TITLE: SCALE: 2ND FLOOR DET SCALE As A SHEET T SHEET NUMBER: SHEET 2ND FL 2ND F

A113

0’ − 11"

art school

SHEET N SHEET

A


CONCEPT DEVELOPMENT

AESTHETIC CRITERIA IMAGERY

SETTING UP THE DICHOTOMY PAIRS

MALE --MASCULINE --PRODUCER --DESIGNER --PROFESSIONAL --WORK --PRODUCTION --MAKE --UTILITY --LEGITIMATE/GOOD DESIGN --SUBSTANCE --UNIVERSALITY --UTILITY --ESSENTIAL --MAKE MONEY --TECHNOLOGICAL FUNCTION --ARCHITECTURE/DESIGN --MECHANICAL/RATIONAL --PRODUCTIVE --CULTURE --DESIGN --CONTROL --SOURCE --REAL/AUTHENTIC CULTURE --ASSERTIVE --MECHANICAL SYSTEMS -MACHINES -FUNCTIONAL BENEFITS --

FEMALE FEMININE CONSUMER USER PERSONAL LEISURE CONSUMPTION USE SYMBOLISM KITSCH SURFACE EPHEMERALITY APPEARANCE INESSENTIAL SPEND MONEY AESTHETIC FUNCTION TASTE COMFORT PASSIVE NATURE TASTE RESPONSE AUDIENCE MASS CULTURE SUBSERVIENT EMPATHETIC FACES LIFESTYLE BENEFITS

BINARY OPPOSITION. AUTONOMY. DICHOTOMY. OPPOSITES.

MALES

FEMALES

BLEND

MASCULINE & FEMININE

INTERACTIONS

PRODUCER & CONSUMER

FEMININE AESTHETIC

OR

NOT

AND OR

NEITHER AESTHETIC

BOTH AESTHETICS

PRODUCER ONLY

NO ROLES

SET ROLES

CONSUMER ONLY MASCULINE AESTHETIC

FLEXIBILITY

BALANCE

DESIGNER & USER

PROFESSIONAL & PERSONAL

DESIGNER

USER EMPLOYEE

BREWER

CUSTOMER

SAME EMPLOYEES FOR LONG PERIODS OF TIME RARELY CHANGING

INTERMITTENTLY USE SPACE FOR SET PERIOD OF TIME SOMETIMES CHANGING

ENTER AND EXIT STORE AS OFTEN AS NEEDED TO OBTAIN PRODUCT ALWAYS CHANGING

THESIS

MAKE/TEACH MAKE PRODUCT PRODUCTION PRODUCER TALKS TO/AT CONSUMER DESIGN AESTHETIC EFFICIENCY SELLERS DESIGN MAKE PRODUCT $$$ SPACE FOSTERS SALES BUSINESS FORMAL RELATIONSHIP

PROFESSIONAL

TRY/LEARN WATCH PRODUCT MADE CONSUMPTION PRODUCER TALKS WITH CONSUMER NOSTALGIA/EMOTIONS COMFORT BUYERS TASTE LEARN ABOUT PRODUCT :) :) :) SHOPPERS ENJOY SPACE RELATIONSHIPS INFORMAL INTERACTIONS

PERSONAL

Preliminary concept work for the MAID graduate thesis. This thesis uses interior design and branding to deconstruct the male-female dichotomy using various relationships within the realm of consumerism. The dichotomy pairs are reconstructed through the design of a boutique beer retail store in Washington, DC. The beer retail store includes a tasting area and bar alongside the retail environment.


CONCEPT - AESTHETICS BRIDGE

SITE AND PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT

SLEEK, SOPHISTICATED, NO COLOR, AMBIGUITY, ANDROGYNOUS, TAILOR, STYLING, ACCESSORIES, SEXY, FIT, DETAILS, BLACK AND WHITE, SUBTLETY, MATERIALS, STRUCTURE, SHOES, LINES, CURVES, PIPING, SEAMS, CUT, COLLAR, LAPELS, SLEEVES, MATTE, SHEEN, BUTTONS, POCKETS, SHOULDERS, HIPS, CHEST, SLIT, FORMAL.

ADJACENT BUILDINGS

N

BACK ALLEY

94ʼ-2 1/4”

14TH STREET

80ʼ-8 1/4”

ADJACENT BUILDINGS

6513 SF

PARKING AREA

SIDEWALK

SIDEWALK

Q STREET

SITUATIONAL

RETAIL SPACE

BAR/LOUNGE

[LEARN]

[BUY]

[ENJOY]

STORAGE, COOLERS

COMPOSITION

“THE OTHER I” ALTER EGO

TASTING AREA

ALTER: TO CHANGE

SUBCULTURES

ALTER: OTHER/ANOTHER

CHARACTER

ATTITUDES

ARCHITECTURE

BACK OF HOUSE RETAIL STORE TASTING AREA BAR/LOUNGE

FRONT OF HOUSE WINDOWS, DOORS, ENTRY/EXIT 1ST IMPRESSION

FACADE

ALTERATIONS

PRIVATE VS. PUBLIC

BEER BOUTIQUE

DESIGN AN ITEM FOR MANY TAILOR AN ITEM TO FIT AN INDIVIDUAL

CLOTHING NOD TO OLD DRY CLEANER/TAILOR

FASHION DESIGN WOMEN FOR MEN TUXEDO

ALTERATIONS BEER BOUTIQUE

ALTERATIONS BEER BOUTIQUE

ALTERATIONS BEER BOUTIQUE


STORAGE

BOH/STORAGE

2

3 B

A

STORAGE

1

OUTDOOR SEATING

PLAN SCALE: 1/4” = 1’0”

THESIS

1

RETAIL AREA

2

TASTING AREA

3

BAR/LOUNGE AREA

Final analytical presentation material for the MAID graduate thesis. This thesis uses interior design and branding to deconstruct the male-female dichotomy using various relationships within the realm of consumerism. The dichotomy pairs are reconstructed through the design of a boutique beer retail store in Washington, DC. The beer retail store includes a tasting area and bar alongside the retail environment.


REFLECTED PIPE/PANEL INSTALLATION PLAN SCALE: 1/4” = 1’0”


RETAIL VIEW

THESIS

Final visceral presentation material for the MAID graduate thesis. This thesis uses interior design and branding to deconstruct the male-female dichotomy using various relationships within the realm of consumerism. The dichotomy pairs are reconstructed through the design of a boutique beer retail store in Washington, DC. The beer retail store includes a tasting area and bar alongside the retail environment.


PIPE/PANEL INSTALLATION SECTION SCALE: 1” = 1’0”

A. [PIPE/PANEL INSTALLATION] RETAIL SHELVING ELEVATION SCALE: 1/2” = 1’0”

B. [PIPE/PANEL INSTALLATION] BAR LEDGE ELEVATION SCALE: 1/2” = 1’0”


VIEW THROUGH TO THE RETAIL AREA

DICHOTOMY MAP

FURNITURE/FIXTURE INDEX

MICRO STUDIES THROUGH SELECTION CRITERIA

INTERACTIONS BETWEEN PRODUCER & CONSUMER

FLEXIBILITY BETWEEN DESIGNER & USER

BALANCE PROFESSIONAL & PERSONAL

COPPER

BLEND MASCULINE & FEMININE

BLACK

BLACK & WHITE

COLOR MATRIX

TASTING VIEW

WHITE

VIGNETTES LINEAR MASS LIGHT CURVE

INDUSTRIAL GLAM

LOUNGE SEATING

BLACK WHITE

OUTDOOR SEATING

THESIS

BAR/LOUNGE LIGHTING BLACK COPPER WHITE

TASTING AREA SEATING

HEAVY LIGHT

LOUNGE SEATING

LINEAR DELICATE

LOUNGE SEATING

Final visceral presentation material for the MAID graduate thesis. This thesis uses interior design and branding to deconstruct the male-female dichotomy using various relationships within the realm of consumerism. The dichotomy pairs are reconstructed through the design of a boutique beer retail store in Washington, DC. The beer retail store includes a tasting area and bar alongside the retail environment.


BAR VIEW



COURTNEY WILKES