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Danielle Wilson INTERIOR DESIGN PORTFOLIO


About Me My passion is all about creating designs that produce exciting and stimulating environments. Being able to blend functionality and aesthetics is very important in my design process. I enjoy completely immersing myself in my designs even if it means stepping outside of my comfort zone.

Detmold, Germany. Summer 2019 “You have to stay true to your heritage; that’s what your brand is about.” – Alice Temperley


Study Abroad: Detmold Germany The purpose of our project was to understand how the design of foodScapes can affect the use of and interaction with food and the places where food is cooked or sold. The question of how we will eat in the future necessitates understanding the basic tools and spaces for preparing food for large scale consumption.

Understanding the concept of foodScapes was a little difficult for me because it can include a wide range of topics. After doing some research we found that foodScapes are “the places and spaces where you acquire food, prepare food, talk about food, or generally gather some sort of meaning from food�. This includes: restaurants, markets, farms, and community gardens.


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Hotel Design Here

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Oasis cancer care center

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SIM school

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TORO street fare

Hospitality- Individual

Healthcare - Group

Education - Individual

Restaurant - Group


Works NEXT Real estate office

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Home Depot PROS KNOW

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FENTY Beauty office

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A forever home: Aging in place study

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Workplace

Retail

Branding

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OVERVIEW: Fall 2019 Location: Gainesville, FL Project Type: Healthcare in collaboration with Taylor B, Celia P, Jeongmi M, and Nathaly P Size: 51,000 sq ft Timeline: 10 weeks Media: AutoCAD, Revit, Enscape

GOALS:

+ To provide mental, emotional, social, and spiritual support for patients, family members and staff.

KEY IDEAS:

+ Ease of Access and Understanding of the space + Creating a comfortable environment + Dedicate spaces to family, patient and staff


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Infusion Center and OP Lab Callout Plan 1

Reception/Waiting

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Nourishment Alcove

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Infusion Bays

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Staff Work Area

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Infusion Pharmacy

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Staff Lounge

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Office Spaces

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Specimen Labeling

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Stat Lab

Collection Toilet

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Blood Draw

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Staff Support


Importance and focus was placed on all three user groups of this cancer care center. The family waiting area was designed to give patients and family a comfortable space to wait and relax before, during and after treatment. The infusion bays give patients the option to be in private, semiprivate or community pods with views to nature. Giving patients a choice is essential to improving their time at the center.

CLEAN HOLDING

SOILED HOLDING


The staff were placed behind the patient pods to give all the patients an opportunity to have a natural view.

STAFF ONLY

This does not affect the ability of the staff to see the patients because there are two support spaces and movable carts that can be used to monitor the patients.


OVERVIEW: Spring 2019 Location: Gainesville, Florida Project Type: Education Design Size: 12,550 sq ft Timeline: 4.5 weeks Media: Photoshop, Revit, InDesign, Enscape

GOALS: + To improve the space and create an environment that will withstand constant use by using textures and materials that will pass the test of time.

KEY IDEAS: + Technology + User Interaction with the Space + Understanding Usability


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Work Cafe Conference Room Study Rooms Quiet Spaces Student Lounge Large Classroom

Quiet Study Spaces

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Work Cafe Group Seating


Work Cafe Presentation Space


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Staff Area Social Stairs Media Classroom Regular Classroom Support Spaces Study Rooms Group Meeting

Regular Classroom

My design for the UF School of Interactive Media was inspired by computer boards. The design and layers of information on the mother boards along with working with the current architectural features, helped me organize and arrange the spaces.


Large Classroom


Inspiration Image

Study Rooms Another main idea was creating student focused spaces by understanding student needs. This meant creating rooms and spaces that could be used by individuals or groups of students.

Student Lounge


OVERVIEW: Spring 2019 Location: Gainesville, Florida Project Type: Destination Restaurant in collaboration with Cindy C., Genesses S., Wren W. Size: 5,000 sq ft Timeline: 11 weeks Media: Photoshop, AutoCAD, Revit, Sketch Up, InDesign, 3Ds Max, Corona

GOALS: + To create destination restaurant that will give

people a reason to visit Gainesville, FL by creating an experience.

KEY IDEAS: + Themed Restaurants + Experience through Design + Authenticity


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Second Floor Plan

First Floor Plan

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Dessert Station

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Vending Machine

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Yakitori Station

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Takoyaki Station

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Main Bar

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Restrooms

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Seating

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Upstairs Bar

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Ramen Station

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Karaoke Stage


Dessert Station Toro was designed to be a destination restaurant to bring an unique experience to Gainesville. By using Japanese street culture as inspiration, we created a restaurant that replicates the life, color, food, and entertainment that is experienced while walking the streets of Japan. The different stations are separated for different food groups and allow you to circle around the seating area, stopping to enjoy the different areas if you choose.


Balcony Seating

Karaoke Stage

Karaoke Lounge


Main Seating Area A reloadable card that customers can use to pay for their meals instead of always having to use cash was used as a rewards system to encourage customers to return. Each food station has “tap to pay� technology that allows these cards to be used for easy check-out.


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OVERVIEW: Fall 2018 Location: Denver, Colorado Project Type: Competition: Workplace Design Size: 12,550 sq ft Timeline: 11 weeks Media: Photoshop, AutoCAD, Revit, InDesign

GOALS:

+ To create an inviting and visually engaging environment that will keep workers happy, and leave clients wanting to return.

KEY IDEAS:

+ Color Theory + Worker Involvement + Client/Worker Interaction + Office Solutions


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Wellness Room

Private Offices with Media Scape Room

Small Meeting Space

Residential and Nomadic Work Spaces

Work Cafe

First Floor Plan

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Work Cafe


Understanding how colors and lighting used in work environments can increase worker productivity was a main focus in the design of this project. Dynamic patterns, textures and movements with light and ceiling conditions were used to create an energetic environment that will excite workers.

Small Meeting Space

Collaborative Work Spaces


OVERVIEW: Fall 2018 Location: Miramar, Fl Project Type: Competition: Retail Design in collaboration with Dagmar R. Size: 476 sq ft Timeline: 6 weeks Media: Photoshop, AutoCAD, Revit, 3Ds Max

GOALS:

+ To create an education and retail environment in Home Depot stores for contractors to learn about new products with the option to purchase them.

Key Ideas:

+ Interaction + Experience + Opportunity


Coffee Bar


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Floor Plan

View from Exterior


Help Desk


OVERVIEW: Spring 2018 Location: New York, USA Project Type: Branding/ Workplace Design Size: Conference Room 450 sq ft Timeline: 4 weeks Media: Photoshop, AutoCAD, 3Ds Max GOALS: + To learn how to use AutoCAD and 3Ds Max while understanding how branding relates to the design process Key Ideas: + Understand the Client + Understand their Audience/ Users + Creating a space that represents the client


When creating a design for an existing brand it is important to understand the main elements that can represent the brand without an explanation. In this project, the use of the color pallet, material textures and overall finishes perfectly reflect the Fenty Beauty brand. Conference Room Plan

Conference Room


OVERVIEW: Fall 2019 Location: Gainesville, Fl Project Type: Healthcare Reception Desk in collaboration with Jeongmi M and Nathaly P Size: 120 sq ft Timeline: 9 weeks Media: AutoCAD and Revit

GOALS: + To use CAD standards to detail out the reception desk from our healthcare project. Key Ideas: + Understanding CAD standards + Using Revit create detailed drawings + Learning to compile construction documents


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Interior Design Portfolio  

My name is Danielle Wilson. I am currently a Senior at the University of Florida.

Interior Design Portfolio  

My name is Danielle Wilson. I am currently a Senior at the University of Florida.

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