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DELANA NOIL

interior design

Portfolio VOLUME II 2018 ISSUE

[interior design] [3d visualization] [layout design] [branding]


“BE YOURSELF; EVERYONE ELSE IS ALREADY TAKEN...” - OSCAR WILDE

DESIGNED USING INDESIGN CC 2018 HEADING FONT: BEBAS NEUE SUB-HEADING FONT: AVENIR NEXT CONDENSED / TW CEN MT CONDENSED PARAGRAPH FONT: ARIAL NARROW


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RESUME

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PROJECT PRESENTATION BOARDS LAYOUT DESIGN

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SENIOR THESIS research and design project COMMERCIAL DESIGN

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POP-UP STORE research and design project RETAIL DESIGN

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VETERAN AFFAIRS OUTPATIENT CLINIC group project HEALTHCARE DESIGN

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3D VISUALIZATIONS personal projects RESIDENTIAL DESIGN


delana NOIL address 11716 Manistique Way. New Port Richey, FL 34654 phone (330) - 906 - 3043 email dnoil@kent.edu

Education

Work Experience

2018 - Present

Masters of Science. Interior Design Ball State University. Distant-Learning CIDA Accredited University

2012-2017

Bachelor of Arts. Interior Design Kent State University. Kent, OH CIDA Accredited University

2008-2012

High School Diploma Robert D. Edgren High School Misawa Air Base, Japan

technical SKILLS

Participated in numerous areas of a thirty-percent design and construction documentation set. Embellished and refined Revit 3d models and casework systems to better suit different companies and their branding. Reviewed content in construction document sets and made sure they were up-to-date and accurate based on client’s needs and specifications. Evaluated client and co-worker changes in each construction document set and made changes accordingly. Used reference documents to confirm details and annotations in a typical set of construction documents. Model and build out existing and proposed client designs in Revit. Completed and performed technical adjustments on floorplans, finish plans, reflected ceiling plans, interior elevations and detail drawings, with light supervision. Applied coded notes and specification callouts to required views and construction document sheets. Participated in virtual meetings about a particular project. Organized my time effectively to complete numerous tasks on multiple projects. Interior Design Intern (Summer Internship Program) Gensler - Los Angeles, CA / June - August 2016

Macintosh/Apple Technology

Worked full-time on all aspects of an interior design project with numerous members of the hospitality design team (from concept/pre-design phase to construction documentation. Participated in hospitality design competitions and design charrettes. Completed design work with light supervision from fellow team members. Worked on and interacted with small, medium and large projects. Participated and sat in on lunch and learn sessions, project site tours, and vendor visits. Worked with fellow interns on an extensive and rigorous research and design project. Enjoyed the studio culture of Gensler through design team-related outings and special events. Interacted and sat in on client design meetings. Digitally convert 2d inspiration into usable 3d models. Helped select preliminary furniture and finishes.

Windows Technology Microsoft Office Adobe InDesign Adobe Photoshop

Interior Design Associate La-z-Boy Furniture Galleries - Cuyahoga Falls, OH / December 2015 - May 2016

Google SketchUp Autodesk Revit

Contributed to the stores overall sales goal. Used In-Home Design services to help up-sell some of the store’s furniture and services. Effectively worked with the store team (the store manager and sales associates) to promote the In-Home Design program. Assist Interior Designer with In-Home program sales goals. Utilized sales skills and principals set by La-z-Boy Furniture Galleries. Continued contact with previous, current and potential customers. Helped set up and boost the store’s marketing initiatives and promotions. Maintained a strong knowledge of features and benefits of existing and new product lines. Continually met and exceeded established goals set by the management and corporate team. Scheduled professional home consultations. Presented clients customized room designs, including furniture and finish selections. Demonstrate a strong customer-centered working environment.

Autodesk AutoCAD 3ds Max Lumion

personal SKILLS Professional. Critical Thinking, Team Collaboration, Marketing, Event Planning, Professionalism, Public Speaking, Client Relations, Time Management, Organization, Leadership, Problem Solving, Multi-tasking, Public Relations Customer Service, Work/Life Balance, Personable, Effective and Proper Communication (phone, email, mail, etc...), Resourceful, Adaptability/Flexibility, Timely and Punctual, Creative, Long and Extensive Travel Experience (car, plane, etc...)

LinkedIn

Freelance Interior Designer (Temporary Position) Chute Gerdeman - Columbus, OH (Remote) / March - May 2018

Portfolio

references Dr. Pamela Evans Director of Interior Design, Kent State University pevans@kent.edu 330-672-2138 Jill Lahrmer Interior Design Professor, Kent State University jlahrmer@kent.edu Pat Lewellen Manager, La-z-Boy Furniture Galleries 330-929-7632

teaching & Leadership Experience “Destination Kent State” Student Orientation Leader “Peer Leader Training” Workshop Trainer. “First Year Experience” Course Leader. “Kupita/Transiciones” Student Orientation Leader Responsibilities: Administering grades and re-occurring progress reports, Developing lesson plans. Advised prospective students about university choices and policies, Planned and designed activities and creative methods of learning for proper student engagement, Developed and delivered visual and oral presentations, Trained students in the subjects of active leadership and personal success


my

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presentation

boards PRIMARY LOGO

RESTAURANT EXTERIOR RENDERING

LOGO ICON

COLOR

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C: 0 M:0 Y: 0 K: 100

PATTERNS AND TEXTURES

SIGNAGE 1ST FLOOR FURNITURE PLAN

DELANA NOIL ID STUDIO VI SENIOR THESIS MR. MIKE THOMAS

RESTAURANT INTERIOR RENDERING

senior

thesis ID STUDIO VI. SENIOR YEAR TO CREATE A UNIQUE MASTER PLAN AND BUILDING DESIGN FOR THE OHIO CITY OF RAVENNA, FOCUSING ON THE ARTS AND ENTERTAINMENT CULTURE FOR THIS HISTORIC CITY.


DELANA NOIL

ID STUDIO IV

POP UP STORE PROJECT

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ETHIOPIA

COFFEA ARABICA CO.

BORDERED ON THE WEST OF SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA, ETHIOPIA’S LANDSCAPE IS COVERED IN BEAUTIFUL AND LUXURIOUS EARTH TONES. THIS VAST COUNTY OFFERS SEVERAL HIGH MOUNTAIN RANGES THAT MAINTAIN TROPICAL CLOUD FORESTS. THEIR MOST PRIZED POSSESSION, ARABICA COFFEE, OR JASMINUM ARABICUM LAURIFOLIA, HAS ALWAYS GROWN WILD IN THE FORESTS OF THE SOUTHWESTERN HIGHLANDS OF THE KAFFA AND BUNA DISTRICTS OF ETHIOPIA. ETHIOPIA’S VAST ECONOMY IS BASED ON THE PRODUCTION AND TRADE OF AGRICULTURAL GOODS, AND COFFEE IS THEIR MAIN EXPORT. ONCE TOLD AS A MYTH TO ONLY THOSE THAT BELIEVED IN IT’S TALE, ETHIOPIA IS THE BIRTHPLACE OF BUNA, THE MAGIC BERRY.

COLOR PALETTE

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LONGITUDINAL SETION I

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FLOORPLAN

1. BARISTA/CASHIER/TAKE-OUT AREA 2. SERVE-YOURSELF STATION 3. BANQUETTE POP-OUT AREA 4. BENCH SEATING POP-OUT AREA 5. BOOTH SEATING AREA 6. BANQUETTE POP-OUT AREA

LONGITUDINAL SETION II

DELANA NOIL

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store ID STUDIO IV. JUNIOR YEAR TO CREATE A MOBILE AND EASILY TRANSPORTABLE SHOP, BASED OFF OF A PARTICULAR COUNTRY OF INTEREST.

ID STUDIO IV

POP UP STORE PROJECT


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The design of this facility is simple. It utilizes straightforward wayfinding, a neutral color palette, and highly functional spaces for all of its users. The intent was to design a highly flexible, and timeless space, thinking of sustainability not just in materiality, but in the context of the design of the whole building. In 25 or 50 years, who will occupy this building, and how can we anticipate their needs?This facility is multi-functional, and the needs of its occupants are multi-functional as well. Instead of designing spaces only for their intended purpose, they are meant to serve multiple functions, and allow for flexibility and future growth. KELSEY McDONOUGH I DELANA NOIL I ALEX SCHUESZLER I ID V I VA Outpatient Clinic

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thesis ID STUDIO V. SENIOR YEAR TO CREATE A HEALTHCARE FACILITY, HONORING THOSE THAT SERVE AND HAVE SERVED IN THE U.S. MILITARY.


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thesis: restoration IN A TOWN FILLED WITH SUCH BEAUTY AND ANCESTRY, OLDER TRADITIONS ARE NO LONGER OPERATIONAL. STREETS AND SHOPS NEGLECTED, LEFT BARE AND EMPTY. WHAT IS LEFT ARE NUMEROUS MASSES, STRONG AND STABLE WITH NO VIGOR OR STAMINA LEFT IN THEM. BARELY PUMPING, THESE PRECIOUS ARTIFACTS REQUIRE MODERNIZATION. THE REWARD, HISTORY REINSTATING ITSELF INTO SOCIETY AND BECOMING ACTIVE ESTABLISHMENTS, ONCE AGAIN. A SUCCESSFUL TRANSFORMATION WILL USHER IN A FRESH AUDIENCE, WHILE KEEPING THE MATURE PUBLIC AT EASE IN THEIR NEW SKIN. WHILE INVESTED IN RESTORING PRECIOUS MOMENTS, WE CAN CREATE A NEW CHAPTER IN THIS FAMILY-INVESTED TALE.


PART I: THE MASTER PLAN PHASES OF THE PLAN

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PHASE 2 - DRAWING IN THE COMMUNITY

PHASE 3 - ENHANCING THE DISTRICT

ADD IN STREETSCAPES AND GREEN SPACES CONNECT DISTRICT TO HIKE AND BIKE TRAIL PLACE WAYFINDING WITHIN THE DISTRICT MARKET THE DISTRICT

ADJUST PARKING ACCOMMODATIONS RESTORE BUILDING EXTERIORS ADD IN PUBLIC REST AREAS

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ESTABLISH DISTRICT IDENTITY PUT MAJOR BUSINESS IDEAS IN PLACE ADJUST TRAFFIC PATTERNS ESTABLISH PEDESTRIAN PATHWAYS AND BIKE LANES

4 PHASE 4 - CREATING PARTNERSHIPS W/ NEIGHBORING COMMUNITIES

ADJUST BUS ROUTES AND BUS STOPS ADD MORE SHORT TERM AND LONG TERM HOUSING AMENITIES CREATE A ROUTINE ARTS AND ENTERTAINMENT CALENDAR OF EVENTS


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PART I: THE MASTER PLAN DISTRICT IDENTITY: PROCESS

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PART II: BUILDING SELECTION BUILDING LOCATION The building I decided to re-purpose and reuse is the old, abandoned warehouse. This warehouse is located in zone 6 of the arts district. The warehouse is on the corner of E Locust Ln and N Hickory Way. The warehouse used to operate and function as the Record Courier’s, a local newspaper, press room. Now, the building sits empty, waiting for someone to use it.

Building Selection The Old Record Courier Press Room

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New Uses for the Building Restaurant + Performance Stage Micro Apartments + Community Work Center

Building Exterior: Restaurant Entrance Side

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10 Location 123 N. Prospect St. Zone 6 of the Proposed Arts District

Building Exterior: Apartment Entrance Side


PART II: BUILDING SELECTION BUILDING SPATIAL PROGRAM

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PART II: BUILDING SELECTION BUILT ENVIRONMENT INSPIRATION


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PART II: BUILDING SELECTION RESTAURANT FLOORPLANS

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open to below

MAIN LEVEL

MEZZANINE LEVEL


PART II: BUILDING SELECTION RESTAURANT EXTERIOR RENDERING

Restaurant Restaurant Exterior Rendering


PART II: BUILDING SELECTION RESTAURANT ENVIRONMENTAL GRAPHICS PACKAGE PRIMARY LOGO

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mental Graphics Package SECONDARY LOGO

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WAYFINDING/SIGNAGE

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PART II: BUILDING SELECTION APARTMENT EXTERIOR RENDERING


evel 1 Level 1 Floorplan: Common ApartmentArea Common Area

PART II: BUILDING SELECTION APARTMENT FLOORPLAN & INTERIOR RENDERING: COMMON AREA ENTRY

FITNESS CENTER

LOUNGE

Apartment Common Area


PART II: BUILDING SELECTION

APARTMENT LEVEL 2 & 3: APARTMENT n: Level 2 andFLOORPLAN 3 UNITS AND WORK CENTER ent Units and Work Center

WORK CENTER

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PART II: BUILDING SELECTION APARTMENT FLOORRPLANS: APARTMENT UNITS

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PART II: BUILDING SELECTION APARTMENT INTERIOR RENDERINGS: STUDIO APARTMENT

Studio Apartment I

Studio Apartment II


PART II: BUILDING SELECTION APARTMENT INTERIOR RENDERING: WORK CENTER


PART II: BUILDING SELECTION APARTMENT ENVIRONMENTAL GRAPHICS PACKAGE PRIMARY LOGO

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COLOR

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SIGNAGE

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PATTERN

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pop-up

store: ethiopia BORDERED ON THE WEST OF SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA, ETHIOPIA’S LANDSCAPE IS COVERED IN BEAUTIFUL AND LUXURIOUS EARTH TONES. THIS VAST COUNTY OFFERS SEVERAL HIGH MOUNTAIN RANGES THAT MAINTAIN TROPICAL CLOUD FORESTS. THEIR MOST PRIZED POSSESSION, ARABICA COFFEE, OR JASMINUM ARABICUM LAURIFOLIA, HAS ALWAYS GROWN WILD IN THE FORESTS OF THE SOUTHWESTERN HIGHLANDS OF THE KAFFA AND BUNA DISTRICTS OF ETHIOPIA. ETHIOPIA’S VAST ECONOMY IS BASED ON THE PRODUCTION AND TRADE OF AGRICULTURAL GOODS, AND COFFEE IS THEIR MAIN EXPORT. ONCE TOLD AS A MYTH TO ONLY THOSE THAT BELIEVED IN IT’S TALE, ETHIOPIA IS THE BIRTHPLACE OF BUNA, THE MAGIC BERRY.


POP-UP STORE 8.5’ X 40’ SHIPPING CONTAINER POP-OUT PLACEMENT

SEATING AREA POP OUT

SEATING AREA POP OUT

SEATING AREA POP OUT


POP-UP STORE

FLOORPLAN

FLOORPLAN AND MATERIALITY

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1. BARISTA/CASHIER/ORDER STATION 2. SERVE-YOURSELF STATION 3. BANQUETTE POP-OUT AREA 4. BENCH SEATING POP-OUT AREA 5. BOOTH SEATING AREA 6. BANQUETTE POP-OUT AREA

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CONCRETE

BLACK CORRUGATED STEEL

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WOOD

SYMBOL OF THE ROCKY HILLS AND SYMBOL OF THE CAST IRON JEBENAS SYMBOL OF THE NATURAL MATERIALS MOUNTAINS SURROUNDING THE USED TO HEAT, STEEP, AND SERVE USED AND RE-USED IN ETHIOPIA. ALSO WESTERN HIGHLANDS OF ETHIOPIA COFFEE DURING TRADITIONAL USED AS ROASTING PLATE TO HEAT UP ETHIOPIAN COFFEE GATHERINGS AND THE COFFEE BERRIES ON LOW FLAMES CEREMONIES TO BRING OUT THEIR AROMA AND NATURAL FLAVOR


POP-UP STORE LONGITUDINAL SECTIONS


POP-UP STORE INTERIOR RENDERING I


POP-UP STORE INTERIOR RENDERING II


SITE ELEVATION


BUNA COFFEA ARABICA CO.

(branding concept image) Original Logo


POP-UP STORE TUMBLER MERCHANDISE

ORIGINAL DESIGNS ON THE COVER OF THE MERCHANDISE ARE TYPICAL PATTERNS SEEN AND REPRESENTED ON ETHIOPIAN MUDCLOTHS TRIANGLE-SHAPED DESIGN THE PATTERN DEPICTS WEALTH AND LUXURY DOTTED PATTERN DESIGN THE PATTERN DEPICTS FEARLESSNESS AND BRAVERY. TYPICALLY SEEN ON WARRIORS ZIG-ZAG DESIGN (IGUANA’S ELBOW) THE PATTERN REPRESENTS GOOD FORTUNE AND FINDINGS. IGUANA IS COMMON IN MANY PARTS OF ETHIOPIA, AND IS SAID TO LEAD A HUNTER TO WATER OR SHELTER


POP-UP STORE COFFEE, MENU AND GENERAL MERCHANDISE


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veteran affairs

outpatient clinic: biophilia A STRONG AND SOLID FORM, BUT INSIDE IS SOMETHING THAT IS NOT BOUND TO RESTRICTION. THE ABILITY TO MOVE, LIKE FLOWING WATER WITHIN A TREE’S ROOTS, CREATES AN ENERGY THAT LACKS ANY EVIDENCE OF LIMITATION. THROUGH THE SENSES, THE UNIQUE PATTERNS OF NATURE DIFFUSE A MORE LINEAR AND STERILE WAY OF LIFE, BREAKING THE SOLIDITY THROUGH WHICH IT IS CONTAINED. PUSHING AND FLEXING INSIDE SOMETHING SOLID AND DEFINED, ALLOWS ORGANIC AND INFLUENTIAL ELEMENTS TO BLOSSOM THROUGH THE CRACKS OF ITS DEEP, HIDDEN CORE. THE ELEMENTS CHARACTERIZED WITHIN THIS SCOPE OF DESIGN WILL BE ABLE TO MOVE AND EXPAND TO THE NEEDS OF THOSE THAT SEEK ITS POTENTIAL, GIVING THEM THE POWER TO STRETCH, FLOW, AND MOVE DESPITE INFLEXIBLE SURROUNDINGS.


“THE RIGIDITY OF A BOTTLE’S FORM DOES NOT AFFECT THE FLUIDITY OF THE LIQUID IT CONTAINS” - LEON KRIER


VA OUTPATIENT CLINIC FLEXIBILITY CONCEPT DIAGRAMS

BUBBLE DIAGRAM [GROUP EFFORT. DRAWN BY: ALEX SCHUESZLER]

SHELL SPACE

IS SET-ASIDE FOR FUTURE ASSIGNMENT OF USE(S) AS NEEDS EVOLVE

FLOOR STRUCTURAL LOADING CAPACITY

ENABLES ALTERNATIVE USES AND RELATED EQUIPMENT

SYSTEMS SEPARATION

TECHNICAL SYSTEMS ARE DESIGNED TO ENABLE BUILDING ELEMENTS WITH SHORT-USE VALUE TO BE CHANGED WITHOUT DISTURBING THOSE WITH LONG USE-VALUE

BUILDING GEOMETRY

ENABLES A VARIETY OF USES TO BE ACCOMMODATED INSIDE A BUILDINGS’ FOOTPRINT

MINIMAL INTERNAL STRUCTURAL WALLS

OFFER UNIMPEDED SPACE FOR FUNCTIONAL ARRANGEMENT AND RECONFIGURATION, AND CAPACITY OF THE BUILDING TO BE EXPANDED

VERTICAL BUILDING EXPANSION

ENABLED BY A DISCIPLINED STRUCTURAL AND MEP SYSTEMS’ DESIGN PROCESS

HORIZONTAL BUILDING EXPANSION

ENABLED BY DISCIPLINED SITE AND INFRASTRUCTURE CAPACITY PLANNING METHODS


VA OUTPATIENT CLINIC BUBBLE DIAGRAMS

PUBLIC PRIVATE

B.O.H. MEP

EXIT FIRE STAIRS

VERTICALCIRCULATION

CASE MANAGEMENT 480 SF

VERY CLOSE NEARBY FAR AWAY

HOME BASED CARE 480 SF

2.5 PACT MODULES 6,000 SF

GROUPCARE ROOM 400 SF

COMPENSATION AND PENSION 480 SF

GROUPCARE ROOM 400 SF VOLUNTEER ALCOVE 120 SF

ADMINISTRATION 480 SF

PUBLIC RESTROOM (FEMALE, MALE, ADA) 500 SF

2.5 PACT MODULES 6,000 SF

MAIN STAIRS

ELEVATORS 90 SF

ATRIUM LOBBY/RECEPTION 1,200 SF

WHEELCHAIRALCOVE 90 SF

PHYSICAL THERAPY 1, 180 SF

1ST FLOOR

ENTRY VESTIBULE 200 SF

PUBLIC PRIVATE VERTICALCIRCULATION VERY CLOSE NEARBY FAR AWAY

RADIOLOGY 1,765 SF 2.5 PACT MODULES 6,000 SF

LACTATION ROOM 100 SF

TRANSIENT STAFF 200 SF

PUBLIC RESTROOM (FEMALE, MALE, ADA) 500 SF

STAFF BREAKROOM 1,200 SF

MAIN STAIRS

ELEVATORS 90 SF

2.5 PACT MODULES 6,000 SF

ATRIUM

2ND FLOOR


VA OUTPATIENT CLINIC 1ST FLOOR

GROUP EFFORT. DRAWN BY: DELANA NOIL. RENDERED BY: KELSEY MCDONOUGH


VA OUTPATIENT CLINIC 2ND FLOOR

GROUP EFFORT. DRAWN BY: DELANA NOIL. RENDERED BY: KELSEY MCDONOUGH


VA OUTPATIENT CLINIC LOBBY RENDERING


VA OUTPATIENT CLINIC LOBBY ELEVATION AND CHECK-IN KIOSK RENDERING


VA OUTPATIENT CLINIC

PACT PATIENT AND CONSULT ROOM RENDERING


VA OUTPATIENT CLINIC PACT TEAM BREAKROOM RENDERING


VA OUTPATIENT CLINIC PACT TRANSIENT STAFF AND PACT TEAM WORKSPACE RENDERINGS


VA OUTPATIENT CLINIC EXTERIOR ELEVATION AND PERSPECTIVE RENDERINGS


3D

visualizations


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DINING ROOM

1. north exterior rendering 2. west exterior rendering 3. south exterior rendering 4. south exterior rendering 5. interior rendering - bathroom 1 6. interior rendering - master bedroom

LIVING ROOM

KITCHEN

HALL

BTH 1

STOR.

MASTER BED 2-CAR GARAGE ENTRY OFFICE MASTER BATH

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MUD ROOM

1 STORY RESIDENCE // 2860 TOTAL SQ. FT. (EST. LIVABLE SPACE)


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1. north exterior rendering 2. east exterior rendering 3. east exterior rendering 4. interior rendering - living area 5. interior rendering - living area 6. interior rendering - bedroom 7. interior rendering - bathroom


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2 STORY RESIDENCE // 1,547 TOTAL SQ. FT. (EST. LIVABLE SPACE) 1. north exterior rendering 2. south exterior rendering 3. interior rendering - entry 4. interior rendering - living area 5. interior rendering - living area 6. interior rendering - kitchen 7. interior rendering - nook 8. interior rendering - dining area 9. interior rendering - nook 10. interior rendering - bedroom 11. interior rendering - bedroom 12 & 13. interior rendering - bathroom

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Interior Design Portfolio  

Selection of Undergraduate and Personal Designs

Interior Design Portfolio  

Selection of Undergraduate and Personal Designs

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