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Devon Green Interior Design Portfolio


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About Me

Born and raised in Gypsum, Colorado, I have a love for nature and all things outdoors. I packed up my bags and moved to Mississippi for college to pursue a degree in Interior Design. My passion for design began at a young age and has blossomed since. I am excited for what the future holds and where this career will take me.

Education

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN INTERIOR DESIGN The University of Southern Mississippi CIDA Accredited August 2016-Current Graduation: May, 2019 3.92 GPA

ASSOCIATE OF ARTS Colorado Mountain College August 2014- May 2016 (Concurrent with High School Graduation)

Resume

Experience

INTERN Worth Interiors, Avon, CO - Summer of 2018 • Developed construction drawings and renderings. • Specified furniture and fixtures. • Attended client meetings. • Assisted with site visits and installations. • Created furniture packages and prepared material boards for client presentations. INTERN Slifer Designs, Edwards, CO - Summer of 2017 • Compiled furniture packages. • Created status reports from purchase orders. • Honed customer service skills through contacting and communicating with vendors. • Organized design spaces in office. • Assisted on site visits.

CREATIVE FLORAL DESIGNER & MANAGER Rose Petals of Vail, Vail, CO - Summers of 2013 - Current • Floral and event design company. • Lead floral designer as well as hire and train staff, facilitate duties, and provide constructive feedback to employees. • Manager on wedding setup and breakdowns. • Design and lead solo weddings. • Work with clientele to establish their vision. Create event proposals and manage floral and decor purchase orders.


Leadership, Service & Involvement

AMERICAN SOCIETY OF INTERIOR DESIGNERS Local Chapter President August 2018 - May 2019 President Elect August 2017 - May 2018 Student Member August 2016 - Present • Organize meetings, guest speakers, fundraisers and program events. • Aid with recruiting events throughout the university. • Participate in design competitions. PHI MU ALPHA OMICRON Chapter Member January 2017- December 2018 Philanthropy Committee • Organize philanthropic events for Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals. • Raise over $30,000 for our nearby CMN hospital, Blair E. Batson each year. • Completed over 20 hours of community service through volunteer work at an animal shelter, trash cleanups, food drives, and philanthropy events. STUDENT CONSTRUCTORS Student Member, Fall 2016 - May 2019 • Attend meetings and events. • Participate in fundraisers. US GREEN BUILDING COUNCIL Student Member, Fall 2016- May 2019 • Attend meetings and events. • Gain knowledge about sustainable design and materials.

Skills

Revit AutoCad InDesign Photoshop SketchUp Excel PowerPoint

Contact

970.376.4086 green.a.devon@gmail.com 600 Cottonwood Pass Rd, Gypsum, CO 81637


HOSPITALITY

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COMMERCIAL

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RESIDENTIAL


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CREATIVE WORKS

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HAND RENDERING

Table of Contents

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Hospitality


LOCATION: SEATTLE, WA

The Noble

Fir Hotel

SENIOR YEAR: FALL SEMESTER PROJECT TYPE: INDIVIDUAL SQUARE FOOTAGE: 18,000 LENGTH OF PROJECT: 14 WEEKS

P roject Description:

Design a boutique hotel in a turn of the century warehouse district called Belltown located in downtown Seattle, Washington. The design was expected to embody the culture of the district while keeping true to the industrial influence. The exterior shell of the building was the only element of the design that was given. The program required the hotel to include a lobby, grab & go, a back of the house, a restaurant with an adjacent courtyard bar, a retail shop, an ADA guest suite and a king sized suite. P roject Responsibilities:

Research, Programming, Preliminary Sketching, Branding, Space Planning, Revit Drawings, 3D Modeling, Color Renderings, Presentation Booklet, Finish Boards

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Kitchen The Foggy Bean

Stage

Courtyard

Back of House

Break Room Office

Office

Loading Dock

Kitchen


Men’s Restroom

Women’s Restroom

Conference

d Bar Elevator Lobby Sitting Area Grab & Go Luggage Room

Bell & Vine Restaurant

Lobby

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Hotel Lobby Floor P lan

Conference

Elevator Lobby Sitting Area Grab & Go Luggage Room

Lobby


Concept

Statement

The Noble Fir located in the Belltown neighborhood of Seattle, Washington will blend classic 1910 elements with an industrial design. A strong emphasis will be placed on the town’s history while staying true to the area’s young and trendy atmosphere. Vintage styled furniture including tufted sofas and chairs, and heavy leather pieces will represent the “old” while modern finishes like black window trim and uniquely shaped black and white tiles will add a contemporary feel. Earthy elements will

bring the outdoors in and will emphasize the hotel’s name The Noble Fir, a tree native to the Seattle area. Murals of events, important figures, and iconic symbols of Belltown will line the walls of the hotel, providing visitors with historical insight of the town. Other inspirations will be drawn from Belltown such as Elliot Bay, ferries, Pike Place Market, Olympic Sculpture Park, the Film Row of 1910, and the Jewel Box Theater.

8


Sitting Area/Grab & Go


Reception Elevation


ADA Guest Room ADA Guidelines A

304.4.1 CIRCULAR TURNING SPACE A turning circle with 60” min. diameter is provided

B

403.5.1: CLEAR WIDTH (ACCESSIBLE ROUTE) Accessible routes shall have 36” min. clear width

C

404.2.1: MANEUVERING CLEARANCES (DOORS) Swinging doors shall have an 18” min. width clear space on the pull side of the door and a 12” min. width clear space on the push side of the door

D

603.2.3 DOOR SWING Door swings must not overlap designated clear spaces. They may, however, overlap turning spaces.

E

604.2: WATER CLOSET LOCATION The centerline of the water closet must be 16-18” from the side wall.

F

604.4 SEAT HEIGHT The seat of the water closet shall be 17-19” AFF

G

606.2 CLEAR FLOOR SPACE (LAVATORY) A clear floor space of 30” min. width and 48” min. depth, positioned for a forward approach shall be provided.

H

606.3: LAVATORY HEIGHT The lavatory shall be 34” max AFF

I

608.2.2: STANDARD ROLL-IN TYPE SHOWER COMPARTMENT Standard roll-in type shower compartments shall be 30” min. width by 60” min wide entry.

J

806.2.3 SLEEPING AREAS At least one sleeping area shall provide a 30” wide and 48” deep clear space on both sides of the bed, positioned for parallel approach to the bed.

A C B J D B

E

F A

G H

I


Guest Room Living


Guest Room Queen


Living AreaElevation

Bedroom Elevation

Material Selections

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Living AreaElevation

Bedroom Elevation

Guest Room

King Suite


Restaurant Entrance Side


LOCATION: @ THE NOBLE FIR

Bell & Vine Restaurant

SENIOR YEAR: FALL SEMESTER PROJECT TYPE: INDIVIDUAL SQUARE FOOTAGE: 18,000 LENGTH OF PROJECT: 14 WEEKS

P roject Description:

Design a boutique hotel in a turn of the century warehouse district called Belltown located in downtown Seattle, Washington. The design was expected to embody the culture of the district while keeping true to the industrial influence. The exterior shell of the building was the only element of the design that was given. The program required the hotel to include a lobby, grab & go, a back of the house, a restaurant with an adjacent courtyard bar, a retail shop, an ADA guest suite and a king sized suite. P roject Responsibilities:

Research, Programming, Preliminary Sketching, Branding, Space Planning, Revit Drawings, 3D Modeling, Color Renderings, Presentation Booklet, Finish Boards

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Stage

Concept

Courtyard Bar

Kitchen Bell & Vine Restaurant

The restaurant/bar that lies within The Noble Fir will be named Bell & Vine inspired by the original street names given by Belltown’s founder, William Nathaniel Bell. This area will be open to the lobby, giving guests a casual place to dine or drink. It will be open to the public with a large courtyard bar to attract a wider audience. Sizable folding glass doors will provide a seamless transition outdoors bringing the natural environment indoors. The menu will consist of a wide range of tapas for causal snackers along with more filling coastal inspired cuisine. Bell & Vine will carry the vintage yet industrial theme with tufted leather seating, steel accents along the bar, and black and white tile. Various seating options from booths to community dining tables, and smaller more intimate seating arrangements will allow individuals to choose the space that fits their comfort needs.


Restaurant Courtyard Side


Bar Elevation

Material Selections


Courtyard Stage

Courtyard Bar

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LOCATION: @ THE NOBLE FIR

The Foggy

Bean

SENIOR YEAR: FALL SEMESTER PROJECT TYPE: INDIVIDUAL SQUARE FOOTAGE: 18,000 LENGTH OF PROJECT: 14 WEEKS

P roject Description:

Design a boutique hotel in a turn of the century warehouse district called Belltown located in downtown Seattle, Washington. The design was expected to embody the culture of the district while keeping true to the industrial influence. The exterior shell of the building was the only element of the design that was given. The program required the hotel to include a lobby, grab & go, a back of the house, a restaurant with an adjacent courtyard bar, a retail shop, an ADA guest suite and a king sized suite. P roject Responsibilities:

Research, Programming, Preliminary Sketching, Branding, Space Planning, Revit Drawings, 3D Modeling, Color Renderings, Presentation Booklet, Finish Boards

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Concept

Belltown’s music and art scene calls for a space to bring creative individuals together in a fun and inviting space. For this reason, The Noble Fir will house The Foggy Bean, a coffee shop with a twist. This will double as a vintage T-Shirt shop where coffee and creativity come to life! The design will produce a warm, inviting

atmosphere through the layering of textures, dark tones like black steel and restored wood with quirky accents like mix-matched seating and unusual tile designs. The theme of the old and the new will be carried throughout this space.


Kitchen Foggy Bean Entrance Coffee Bar Raised Floor

Booth Seating

Back of House

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LOCATION: CHICAGO, IL

P ho/to P hun

JUNIOR YEAR: FALL SEMESTER PROJECT TYPE: INDIVIDUAL SQUARE FOOTAGE: 7,000 LENGTH OF PROJECT: 16 WEEKS

P roject Description:

Design a creative space that will house a Pho restaurant on the first floor and a photography studio on the second floor. P roject Responsibilities:

Preliminary Sketching, Space Planning, Revit Drawings, Technical Construction Documents, RCP, Elevations, Color Renderings, Presentation Booklet

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D

D

D

D

EVS

108

108

A

5

5

ID104

ID104 A

PT-1

207

SERVICE A 102

207 DEMO STAIRS, PROTECT WALL 1 ID105

2

E

E

TLT.

106

106

CORR.

-

KITCHEN

KITCHEN

TLT.

103

103

205 E

3 ID101

TLT.

TLT.

105

105

6

5

8

5

A

3 ID103 B

101

205 E

PT-1

E

STUDIO

202

202

4

DEMOLITION PLAN DEMOLITION PLAN 4 1/8" = 1'-0" 1/8" = 1'-0"

204 PT-1 PT-1

COSTUMES

203

203

3 ID103

STUDIO

TLT.

COSTUMES A

A

104

RESTAURA

TLT.

PT-1

107

1 ID105

-

PT-1

ELEV. EQ.

107CORR.

A

PT-1

TLT.

PT-1 CPT-1

CPT-1

LVT-1

LVT-1

RECEPTION

RECEPTION

201B

201

B

6

4

ID103

SERVICE AREASERVICE AREA 6

ID103

102

5

102

5 DN

RESTAURANT RESTAURANT 101

101

TRASH RECEPTACLE

1

PAPER TOWEL DISPENSER

SOAP DISPENSER

SOAP DISPENSER

SOAP DISPENSER

SOAP DISPENSER 30" x 48" CLEAR SPACE

-4 "

4

ID104

DN

OPEN TO RESTAURANT BELOW

1 2

4

ID104

OPEN TO RESTAURANT BELOW

3

C

1

1 2

I

4

ID104

2

4

ID104

105

30" x 48" 1' - 6" CLEAR SPACE

TRASH 6 RECEPTACLE 4' - 11" 5

1

TLT.

ID105

8

5

7

2

4'

-4 "

4'

UP

4' - 11"

7 Sim

TRASH RECEPTACLE 5 8 1' ID105 30" x 48" 30" x 48" - 56" PAPER CLEAR CLEAR TOWEL SPACE SPACE DISPENSER 6 Sim

TRASH RECEPTACLE

UP

106

B

4

DEMO STAIRS, PROTECT WALL

ID105

206

204

7

ELEV. EQ. 104

TLT.

8

ID105 E

7

CORR.

E

6

ID105 E

PT-1

3 ID101

2

ID105

206

TLT.

103

PT-1

A

CORR.

KITCHE

EVS

A

A

A

104

DN

EVS

A

A

CORR.

104

D DN

EVS

CORR.

Sim

D

UP

Sim

UP

Sim

Floor P lans

3

3

C

First Floor

RENOVATION PLAN RENOVATION FLOOR 1PLAN FLOOR 1 1 1/8" = 1'-0" 1/8" = 1'-0"

2

3

Second Floor

RENOVATION PLAN RENOVATION FLOOR 2PLAN FLOOR 2 2 1/8" = 1'-0" 1/8" = 1'-0"

3

RESTROOM CALLOUT RESTROOM CALLOU 3 1/4" = 1'-0" 1/4" = 1'-0"


1

Elevations & Schedules PT-1

104

103

DEVON GREEN

MASONRY WALL

207

-

16' - 4"

19' - 0"

WATERFALL EDGE

DEVON GREEN

MASONRY WALL

ID 339

MASONRY WALL METAL LETTERING

RESTAURANT 101

9' - 6 1/2"

206

ART

9' - 0"

ID105

17' - 8"

1 ID105

METAL LETTERING

MENU BOARD

ART

SPECIAL CEILING

ID 339

DEMO STAIRS,

8' - 6"

CORR.

ART 2

102

IDPROTECT 339 WALL

MASONRY WALL MOSAIC BACKSPLASH

16' - 4"

3

4

WATERFALL

SOUTH ELEVATION AT RESTAURANT EDGE 3/16" = 1'-0"

WEST ELEVATION AT RESTAURANT 3/16" = 1'-0"

STAINED WOOD

106

OPEN TO RESTAURANT BELOW

WALL FIXTURE

TLT.

30" x 48" ELEVATIONS CLEAR

105

SPACE

4' - 0"

7

GRAB BAR

3' - 2" 1' - 0"

BABY CHANGING TABLE BABY CHANGING TABLE

1' - 5"

PAPER DISPENSER

CHANGING 8 ID105 TABLE

5

3' - 0"

ADA SIGNAGE TOILET

1' - 6"

6 4' - 11"

0' - 8"

2' - 0"

TOILET PAPER DISPENSER

GRAB BAR 1' - 0"

5' - 0"

3

TRASH RECEPTACLE

GRAB BAR

WALL 2 ID104 SCONCE

4

2' - 1"

3' - 4"

3' - 0"

TRASH RECEPTACLE

1

2' - 11"

10' - 0 1/2"

9' - 0 1/2"

PAPER TOWEL DISPENSER

FALL 2017 DEC. 5, 2017 DEVON GREEN RESTROOM ELEVATION-EAST WALL RESTROOM CALLOUT 3 Checked by NANCY BOUNDS Project number

Date

8

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

ID104 Scale

3/16" = 1'-0"

7

11/30/2017 5:20:47 PM

RESTROOM ELEVATION-NORTH WALL RENOVATION PLAN FLOOR 2 6 CEILING SECTION 2 5 SPECIAL 1/4" = 1'-0" 1/8" = 1'-0" 3/16" = 1'-0"

Drawn by

DOWNLIGHT

PAPER TOWEL HOLDER

MATERIAL

As indicated

0' - 7"

0' - 11"

3' - 4"

3' - 4"

5' - 0"

5' - 0"

10' - 0 1/2"

9' - 0 1/2"

KIKO & KYLE

DEVON GREEN

SOAP DISPENSER

RESTROOM ELEVATION-WEST WALL 5 1/4" = 1'-0"

ID104

Scale = 1'-0" MANUFACT. TYPE3/16" STYLE

LVT-1

MOHAWK GROUP

LVT

PT-1

DALTILE

PT

MOHAWK GROUP

CPT

12BY36

MT

TERRAPIN METAL TILE

DEVON GREEN P-1 P-2

BRK-1

RESTROOM ELEVATION-SOUTH 7 1/4" = 1'-0"

PHOTO PHUN

FINISH LEGEND

T-1.

ART

RESTROOM ELEVATION-EAST WALL 8 1/4" = 1'-0"

ELEVATIONS

CPT-1

1' - 0"

TRASH RECEPTACLE

Description

3' - 0" 7' - 0" 0' - 2" SOLID CORE PAINTED DOOR 3' - 0" 7' - 0" 0' - 2" SOLID CORE PAINTED DOOR 3' - 0" 7' - 0" 0' - 2" SOLID CORE PAINTED DOOR 3' - 0" 7' - 0" 0' - 2" SOLID CORE PAINTED DOOR 3' - 0" 7' - 0" 0' - 2" SOLID CORE PAINTED DOOR 3' - 0" 7' - 0" 0' - 2" SOLID CORE PAINTED DOOR 3' - 0" 7' - 0" 0' - 2" SWINGING DOOR 3' - 0" 7' - 0" 3' - 0"0' - 1DOWNLIGHT 3/4" SWINGING DOOR 6' - 0" 7' - 0" 0' - 2" DOUBLE GLASS DOOR 1' - 0" 3' - 0" 7' - 0" 0' - 2" STEEL EXTERIOR DOOR 3' - 0" 7' - 0" 0' - 2" STEEL EXTERIOR DOOR 3' - 0" 7' - 0" 0' - 2"SOAP STEEL EXTERIOR DOOR DISPENSER 3' - 0" 7' - 0" 0' - 2" RESTROOM DOOR 3' - 0"number 7' - 0" 0' - 2" RESTROOM DOOR Project FALL 2017 3' - 0" 7'DEC. - 0" 5, 2017 0' - 2" RESTROOM DOOR Date 3' - 0"by DEVON 7' - 0" GREEN 0' - 2" RESTROOM DOOR Drawn

RENOVATION PLAN

Scale

3' - 0"

3' - 9"

4' - 0"

BABY CHANGING TABLE

Thickness

ID 339

Checked by NANCY BOUNDS Checked by NANCY BOUNDS RESTROOM RESTROOM ELEVATION-SOUTH ELEVATION-WEST WALL 5 1/4" = 1'-0" 1/4" = 1'-0"

1' - 0"

1' - 5"

3' - 0"

2' - 0"

TOILET PAPER DISPENSER

CHANGING SPECIAL CEILING TABLE

0' - 8"

A A A A A A B B C D PAPER D TOWEL D HOLDER E TRASH E Project number FALL 2017 RECEPTACLE E Date DEC. 5, 2017 E Drawn by DEVON GREEN

ID101

3' - 2"

GRAB BAR 1' - 0"

Height

3

HARDWARE SET

ID 339

TILEBAR SHERWIN WILLIAMS SHERWIN WILLIAMS

DEFAULT EXT. RVT. BRICK

FINISH LEGEND 1/4" = 1'-0"

MODEL

SECOYA C0009

GT314

DOO 1/4

COLOR

ATWELL MILL-148

TAN

9"W x 59"L

BLACK

24" x 24"

MULTICOLOR

12" x 36"

SILVER

3.5" X 2.75"

SEDIMENT-856

P

SW 6750

WATERFALL

P

SW 6628

ROBUST ORANGE

BRK

DOOR

PATTERN

VOYAGER BLACK AM33

AMBASSADOR

4 4 4 4 4 4 2 2 3 5 5 5 1 1 1 1

7' - 5"

GRAB BAR

WEST ELEVATION AT RESTAURANT 4 3/16" = 1'-0"

SOAP DISPENSER

ARTWORK

3'

DOOR SCHEDULE

SPECIAL CEILING SECTION 3/16" = 1'-0"

1' - 6"

6 Sim

SOAP DISPENSER

SOUTH ELEVATION AT RESTAURANT 3 4 WEST ELEVATION AT RESTAURANT 3/16" = 1'-0" 3/16" = 1'-0" DN

8

ID105

Width

ADA SIGNAGE

O & KYLE

5 30" x 48" CLEAR SPACE

PAPER TOWEL DISPENSER

5

Type Mark

TO PHUN

Sim

TRASH RECEPTACLE

201

B

10' - 0 1/2"

4' - 11"

7 Sim

3' - 9"

RECEPTION

WALL SCONCE

11/30/2017 5:20:47 PM

CPT-1 LVT-1

ADA SIGNAGE

3' - 4"

PT-1

SPECIAL CEILING SECTION 5 3/16" = 1'-0"

BABY CHANGING TABLE

TLT.

9' - 6 1/2"

203

A

ART

3' - 4"

ART

11/30/2017 5:21:45 PM

MASONRY WALL

PT-1

COSTUMES

WALL SCONCE

Sim

PT-1

9' - 6 1/2"

204SPECIAL CEILING

9' - 0 1/2"

DEMOLITION PLAN 1/8" = 1'-0"

4

TLT.

KIKO & KYLE

202 E

SOUTH ELEVATION AT RESTAURANT 3/16" = 1'-0"

3

KIKO & KYLE

STUDIO

PT-1

PHOTO PHUN

E

EAST ELEVATION AT RESTAURANT 3/16" = 1'-0"

2

NORTH ELEVATION ATRESTAURANT RESTAURANT 205AT 1 2 EAST ELEVATION 3/16" 3/16"= =1'-0" 1'-0"

PHOTO PHUN

TLT.

9' - 6 1/2"

19' - 0"

LL

17' - 8"

A

SERVICE AREA

DEVON GREEN

9' - 4"

EVS

NORTH ELEVATION AT RESTAURANT 3/16" = 1'-0"

SPECIAL CEILING

KITCHEN

DN

A

3/16" = 1'-0"

STAINED WOOD

1

CORR.

D

2

NORTH ELEVATION AT RESTAURANT 3/16" = 1'-0"

SIZE

30

FINISH SCH


Lighting & Electrical P lan 2 X 2 ACT CEILING

2 X 2 ACT CEILING

X 2 CEILING ACT CEILING 2 X 2 2ACT

104 104

MATERIAL MANUFACT. TYPE LVT-1 MOHAWK LVT-1 LVT GROUP PT-1 PT-1 CPT-1

MOHAWK GROUP

T-1.

TILEBAR

P-1 P-2 BRK-1

SPECIAL CEILINGS SPECIAL SPECIAL CEILINGS CEILINGS

DALTILE

SHERWIN WILLIAMS SHERWIN WILLIAMS

DEFAULT EXT. RVT.

PT CPT-1 CPT T-1. MT P-1 P P-2 P BRK-1 BRK

SERVICE AREABRICK SERVICE AREA LEGEND SERVICE AREA 102FINISH 1/4" = 1'-0" 102 102

RESTAURANT RESTAURANT 101 RESTAURANT 101 101

REFLECTED CEILING PLAN - FLOOR 1 1 1/8" =REFLECTED 1'-0" REFLECTED CEILING PLAN - FLOOR CEILING PLAN - FLOOR 1 1 1 1 1/8" = 1'-0" 1/8" = 1'-0"

STYLE MOHAWK GROUP SECOYA C0009 DALTILE AMBASSADOR MOHAWK GROUP 12BY36 TILEBAR TERRAPIN SHERWIN METAL TILE WILLIAMS SW 6750 SHERWIN WILLIAMS SW 6628 DEFAULT

EXT. RVT. BRICK

FINISH LEGEND 1/4" = 1'-0"

MODEL SECOYA PATTERN COLOR SIZE LVT TAN ATWELL MILL-148 C0009 COSTUMES TAN 9"W x 59"L ATWELL MILL-148 VOYAGER BLACK PT AMBASSADOR BLACK COSTUMES COSTUMES 203 AM33 VOYAGER BLACK BLACK 24" x 24" CPT 12BY36 203 203 GT314 SEDIMENT-856 MULTICOLOR AM33 GT314 SEDIMENT-856 TERRAPIN MT METAL TILE P

SW 6750

P

SW 6628

BRK

MULTICOLOR

12" x 36" SILVER

SILVER

3.5" X 2.75" WATERFALL

WATERFALL

DOOR LEGEND 1/4" = 1'-0"

DEVON ID 339 339 GREEN IDID 339

DOOR TYPE B

DOOR TYPE B

GLASS WOOD STAINLESS STEEL

DOOR TYPE C

DOOR TYPE C

STAINLESS STEEL

7' - 2"

GLASS WOOD

7' - 2"

STAINLESS STEEL

3' - 0"

3' - 0"

9' - 0"

9' - 0"

7' - 3"

WHITE PAINTED STAINLESS WOOD STEEL

3' - 4"

3' - 4"

ID 339

DOOR TYPE D

DOOR TYPE D

DOOR LEGEND 1/4" = 1'-0" HARDWARE SET #3 HARDWARE SET #1 HARDWARE SET #2 LOCKSET FOR GLASS DOOR PRIVACY LOCKSET DOUBLE ACTING HINGES HARDWARE SET #3 HARDWARE SET #1 HARDWARE SET #2 DOUBLE ACTING HINGES KICKPLATE 1 1/2 PR. HINGES LOCKSET FOR GLASS DOOR PRIVACY LOCKSET DOUBLE ACTING HINGES CONTINUOUS PULL KICKPLATE, 12" H PUSH/PULL DOUBLE ACTING HINGES KICKPLATE 1 1/2 PR. HINGES CLOSER VISION PANEL CONTINUOUS PULL KICKPLATE, 12" H PUSH/PULL CLOSER VISION PANEL

HARDWARE SET #4 PASSAGE SET 1 1/2 PR. HINGES

SIZE 9"W x 59"L 24" x 24" 12" x 36"

1

HARDWARE SET #4 PASSAGE SET HARDWARE SET #5 1 1/2 PR. HINGES LOCKSET 1 1/2 PR. HINGES CLOSER KICKPLATE

HARDWARE SET #5 LOCKSET 1 1/2 PR. HINGES CLOSER KICKPLATE

HARDWARE SCHEDULE 1 1/4" = 1'-0" HARDWARE SCHEDULE 1/4" = 1'-0"

3.5" X 2.75"

KIKO & KYLE

ELEV. EQ. ELEV. ELEV. EQ. EQ. 107 107 107

6' - 0"

DOOR TYPE A & E DOOR TYPE A & E

6' - 0"

ROBUST ORANGE

RECEPTION ROBUST ORANGE RECEPTION RECEPTION 201 201 201

LIGHTING AND ELECTRICAL LEGEND LIGHTING AND ELECTRICAL LEGEND LIGHTING AND ELECTRICAL LEGEND

FINISH SCHEDULE FINISH SCHEDULE FLOOR BASE NORTH EAST SOUTH WEST HIGH TOWER, CAR200, DOWNLIGHT ROUND LED WALL WALL WALL NUMBER FLOOR NAME BASE FINISH CEILING COMMENTS NORTH FINISH EAST WALL SOUTH WEST TOWER, CAR200, DOWNLIGHT ROUND LED HIGHHIGH TOWER, CAR200, DOWNLIGHT ROUND MEDIUM PENDANT, LED LED FINISH FINISH WALL WALL HIGH TOWER WALLCAVAGGIO, WALL NUMBER NAME CEILING COMMENTS HIGH TOWER CAVAGGIO, MEDIUM PENDANT, LED HIGH TOWER CAVAGGIO, MEDIUM PENDANT, LED 101 RESTAURANT LVT-1/PT-1 MT-1 BRK-1 BRK-1 2X2 ACT & HIGH TOWERBRK-1 ORIENT, PENDANT, LED SPECIAL HIGH TOWER ORIENT, PENDANT, 101 RESTAURANT LVT-1/PT-1 MT-1 BRK-1 CONTECH BRK-1 BRK-1 2X2 ACT &LED HIGHLIGHTING, TOWER ORIENT, PENDANT, LEDUP CL6-130K-12D1-UD-M, DOWN WALL MOUNT SPECIALBRK-1 102 SERVICE AREA PT-1 MT-1 BRK-1 BRK-1 2X2 ACT & MOUNT CONTECH LIGHTING, CL6-130K-12D1-UD-M, UP DOWN CONTECH LIGHTING, CL6-130K-12D1-UD-M, UP DOWN WALLWALL MOUNT SPECIAL 102 SERVICE AREA PT-1 MT-1 BRK-1 BRK-1 BRK-1 2X2 ACT & TROFFER LIGHT 2X2 103 KITCHEN PT-1 BRK-1 BRK-1 P-1 SPECIALP-1 2X2 ACT TROFFER LIGHT 2X2 103 KITCHEN PT-1 BRK-1 BRK-1 BRK-1 P-1TROFFER P-1 2X2 BRK-1 2X2 ACTBRK-1 104 CORR. LVT-1 P-2LIGHT COVE 104 CORR. 105 LVT-1 P-2 BRK-1MOUNTED TLT. PT-1BRK-1 P-1, MT-1 P-1 P-1 COVE P-1LED 2X2 ACT VISABRK-1 LIGHTING, SURFACE SCONCE, 105 TLT. PT-1 P-1SURFACE 2X2MOUNTED ACTP-1 106 TLT. PT-1P-1, MT-1 P-1 P-1, P-1 MT-1 P-1LIGHTING, P-1 MOUNTED SURFACE SCONCE, LED ACT VISA VISA LIGHTING, SCONCE, LED 2X2 106 TLT. PT-1 107 ELEV. EQ. PT-1P-1, MT-1 P-1 P-1 P-1 P-1 P-1 P-1 2X2 ACTP-1 2X2 ACT OUTLET, DUPLEX 107 ELEV. EQ. PT-1 P-1 P-1 P-1 P-1 2X2 ACT 108 EVS PT-1 P-1 P-1 P-1 P-1 2X2 ACT OUTLET, DUPLEXBRK-1 DUPLEX 108 EVS PT-1 P-1 P-1 P-1 2X2 ACTP-3 201 RECEPTION LVT-1 P-1 P-1OUTLET, BRK-1 2X2 ACT 201 RECEPTION LVT-1 P-1 BRK-1 BRK-1 BRK-1 BRK-1 P-3 2X2 ACTP-3 202 STUDIO CPT-1 BRK-1 2X2 ACT SPECIAL CEILING REFLECTED PLAN203 - FLOOR 2 COSTUMES LIGHTING FIXTURE 202 CEILING STUDIO CPT-1 BRK-1 BRK-1 P-1 BRK-1 LEGEND PT-1 P-1 P-3 P-1 2X2 ACTP-1 2X2 ACT SPECIAL CEILING 2 SPECIAL CEILING 1/8" =REFLECTED 1'-0" 1/4" 1'-0" REFLECTED CEILING PLAN - TLT. FLOOR LIGHTING FIXTURE LEGEND CEILING PLAN - FLOOR 2 2 FIXTURE LEGEND COSTUMES PT-1 P-1 =LIGHTING P-1 204 PT-1P-1 P-1, MT-1 P-1 P-1 P-1 2X2 ACTP-1 2X2 ACT 2 2 203 1/8" = 1'-0"TLT. 1/4" = 1'-0" 1/8" = 1'-0" = 1'-0" 204 PT-1 P-1 205 TLT. PT-1P-1, MT-1 P-1 1/4"P-1, MT-1 P-1 P-1 P-1 2X2 ACTP-1 2X2 ACT 205 TLT. PT-1 P-1, MT-1 P-1 P-1 2X2 ACTBRK-1 206 CORR. LVT-1 BRK-1 P-2 P-1 BRK-1 2X2 ACT 206 CORR. 207 LVT-1 P-2 EVS PT-1BRK-1 P-1 BRK-1 P-1 BRK-1 P-1 2X2 ACTP-1 2X2 ACT 207 EVS PT-1 P-1 P-1 P-1 P-1 2X2 ACT

REFLECTED REFLECTED REFLECTED CEILING SC CEILING CEILING SCHEDULES PLANS & PLANS & DETAILS PLANS Project number Date

FALL 2017

Project number FALL Project number 20172017 DEC. 5, FALL 2017

Drawn Drawn by by Checked by NANCY

Scale

Projec

DEC. 5, 2017 DEC. 5,Project 2017 Devon Green number FALLDate 201 Devon Green Devon Green BOUNDS Date DEC. 5,Drawn 201 Checked by NANCY BOUNDSDEVON GREE Checked by NANCY BOUNDS Drawn by

Date Date Drawn by

11/30/2017 5:21:27 PM

105 TLT.TLT. 105 105

3' - 0"

WHITE PAINTED WOOD

DEVON DEVON DEVON GREEN GREEN GREEN

6' - 6" 6' - 6"

11/30/2017 5:21:27 PM

TLT.

3' - 0"

11/30/2017 5:21:27 PM

106 TLT.TLT. 106 106

3' - 6"

3' - 0"3' - 6"

PHOTO PHUN PHOTO PHUN PHOTO KIKO &PHUN KYLE KIKO & KYLE KIKO & KYLE PHOTO PHUN

TLT.

4 4 4 4 4 4 2 2 3 5 5 5 1 1 1 1

3' - 10"

7' - 3"

108 EVSEVS 108 108

3' - 10"

HARDWARE 3' - 0" SET

7' - 5"

DOOR SCHEDULE DOOR SCHEDULE EVS Width Height Thickness Description Type HARDWARE EVS 207 EVS Mark SET Width Thickness Description 207 A 3' - 0" 7' - 0" 0' -207 2" SOLID CORE PAINTED DOOR A 3' - 0" 2" SOLID0'CORE DOOR A7' - 0" 3'0'--0" 7' - 0" - 2" PAINTED SOLID CORE4PAINTED DOOR A 3' - 0" 2" SOLID0'CORE DOOR A7' - 0" 3'0'--0" 7' - 0" - 2" PAINTED SOLID CORE4PAINTED DOOR A 3' - 0" 2" SOLID0'CORE DOOR A7' - 0" 3'0'--0" 7' - 0" - 2" PAINTED SOLID CORE4PAINTED DOOR A 3' - 0" 2" SOLID0'CORE DOOR A7' - 0" 3'0'--0" 7' - 0" - 2" PAINTED SOLID CORE4PAINTED DOOR A 3' - 0" 2" SOLID0'CORE DOOR A7' - 0" 3'0'--0" 7' - 0" - 2" PAINTED SOLID CORE4PAINTED DOOR A 3' - 0" 2" SOLID0'CORE DOOR DOOR 4 B7' - 0" 3'0'--0" 7' - 0" - 2" PAINTED SWINGING B 3' - 0" 2" SWINGING DOOR SWINGING DOOR 2 B7' - 0" 3'0'--0" 7' - 0" 0' - 1 3/4" B 3' - 0" 1 3/4" 7' - 0" SWINGING 2 DOOR C7' - 0" 6'0'--0" 0' - 2"DOOR DOUBLE GLASS C 6' - 0" 2" DOUBLE DOOR 3 D7' - 0" 3'0'--0" 7' - 0" 0' - GLASS 2" STEEL EXTERIOR DOOR D 3' - 0" 2" STEEL0'EXTERIOR DOOR 5 D7' - 0" 3'0'--0" 7' - 0" - 2" STEEL EXTERIOR DOOR TLT. D 3' - 0" 2"CORR. STEEL0'EXTERIOR 5 D7' - 0" 3'0'--0" 7' - 0" - 2" TLT. DOOR STEEL EXTERIOR DOOR TLT. 205 CORR. D 3' - 0" 7' 0" 0' 2" STEEL EXTERIOR DOOR 5 CORR. E 3' - 0" 2067' - 0" 0' - 2" RESTROOM DOOR 205 205 E 3' - 0" 7' 0" 0' 2" RESTROOM DOOR 1 E 3' - 0" 7' 206 - 0" 206 0' - 2" RESTROOM DOOR E 3' - 0" 2" RESTROOM 1 E7' - 0" 3'0'--0" 7' - 0" 0' - 2" DOOR RESTROOM DOOR STUDIO E 3' - 0" 2" RESTROOM 1 E7' - 0" 3'0'--0" 7' - 0" 0' - 2" DOOR RESTROOM DOOR STUDIO 2021 STUDIO E 3' - 0" 7' - 0" 0' - 2" RESTROOM DOOR KITCHEN 202 202 TLT. KITCHEN KITCHEN 103 FINISH LEGEND 204 TLT.TLT. 103 103 FINISH LEGEND MATERIAL MANUFACT. TYPE STYLE 204 204 MODEL PATTERN COLOR Type Mark Height

EVS

CORR. CORR. 104 CORR.

X 2 CEILING ACT CEILING 2 X 2 2ACT

7' - 5"

COVE CEILING COVECOVE CEILING CEILING

Check

ID102 Checked by NANCY BOUNDS ID102 ID102 As indicated ID106 Scale As indicated

Scale

As indicated Scale

Scale

1/4" = 1'-0


View of Counter


ReceptionArea


18' - 1"

EQ3

EQ1

EQ10

3' - 0"

EQ9 MENU

ART EQ9

ID103

3' - 0"

5

2' - 4"

EQ8

EQ5

B-01 CH-01 CH-02 CH-03 CH-04 CH-05 RD-01

3 24 12 2 1 2 1

TB-01 TB-02

6 2

TB-03 TB-04

1 1

MANUFACTURER

HIGH TOWER HIGH TOWER HIGH TOWER Haworth Haworth MDD RECEPTIONS HIGH TOWER HIGH TOWER GROUP HIGH TOWER HIGH TOWER

CORR.

MODEL

DESCRIPTION BOOTH W CURVED TOP TAC CHAIR NADIA (BOB) BAR STOOL HAPPY LOUNGE W SLED BASE HAWORTH_QBIC_SEATING_BENCH HAWORTH_QBIC_SEATING_BENCH ARTIC SUMMER DESK

795.00 1050.00 2750.00 7706.99 4292.42 1800.00

FC12040 LN200

FOUR STANDING FOLDING TABLE 42" LINDEN TABLE

1485.00 2995.00

S9025 HT6590

FLOWER TABLE RUBY COFFE TABLE, ORGANIC TOP

1295.00 1350.00

EQ7

EQ8

EQ6

EQ5

EQ7

EQ5

0' - 10"

5' - 4"

4' - 6"

2' - 0"

3' - 0"

SERVICE BAR SOUTH ELEVATION 1/4" = 1'-0"

5

3' - 0"

3' - 0"

CURVED SURFACE W/ SHELVES

SERVICE BAR WEST ELEVATION 1/4" = 1'-0"

201 3' - 9 1/2"

102

EQ5

6

RECEPTION

EQ3 EQ1 EQ10

TB-03

EQ8

COST

TC200 ON-NA300 SH-1050 Haworth_qbic_Seating_Lounge Haworth_qbic_Seating_Lounge LAS18

SERVICE AREA

ID 3

4' - 3 1/2"

BOOTH

EQ9

104

2' - 5"

2' - 10"

COUNT

3' - 7"

EQ5

FURNITURE SCHEDULE TYPE MARK

5' - 5"

SERVICE BAR NORTH ELEVATION 4 1/4" = 1'-0"

23' - 0 1/2"

EQ7

DEVO GREE

PHOTO PHUN

6' - 1"

ENLARGED SERVICE BAR 3 1/4" = 1'-0"

OPEN TO KITCHEN

EQ10

3' - 3"

6

2' - 10"

R

" 3/4

EQ3

6' - 9"

4 -5 6'

EQ1

ART

CH-05

TB-04

CH-05

RD-01

CH-04 CH-03 CH-01 TB-01

TB-01

TB-01

CH-01

CH-01

TB-01

TB-01

TB-01

CH-01

CH-01

TYPE MARK

OPEN TO RESTAURANT BELOW

B-01

B-01

CH-02 TB-02 CH-02

1

CH-01

CH-01

CH-01 UP

CH-01

RESTAURANT TB-02 101

FURNITURE PLAN FLOOR 1 1/8" = 1'-0"

CH-02

B-01

2

FF& PLAN

SPECIALTY EQUIPMENT SCHEDULE

DN

FURNITURE PLAN FLOOR 2 1/8" = 1'-0"

EQ1 EQ3 EQ5 EQ6 EQ7 EQ8 EQ9 EQ10 EQ11

DESCRIPTION ICED TEA MAKER SOFT DRINK DISPENSER POS (SPREAK APART FOR TWO LINES) 60" UNDERCABINET REFRIGERATOR JURA COFFEE MACHINE (NEEDS WATER LINE) ESPRESSO MACHINE (NEEDS WATER LINE) CUP DISPENSER HAND SINK ELEVATOR

Project number

D DEVO Checked by NANC

Date

Drawn by

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Scale

ID10

A


Commercial


ICR

Architecture

Group

LOCATION: PENNZOIL BUILDING, HOUSTON, TX JUNIOR YEAR: SPRING SEMESTER PROJECT TYPE: INDIVIDUAL SQUARE FOOTAGE: 38,000 LENGTH OF PROJECT: 16 WEEKS

P roject Description:

Design an architecture firm located on the 34th and 35th floors of the Pennzoil building in Houston, Texas. The design must include a collaborative open office floor plan with WELL building standards incorporated throughout. P roject Responsibilities:

Research, Programming, Space Planning, Revit Drawings, Color Renderings, Presentation Booklet, Finish Boards

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Concept

The design of ICR Architecture located on the 14th and 15th floors of Pennzoil Place in Houston, Texas will blend industrial and modern elements with heavy blacks and charcoals, crisp whites and splashes of fire red and deep plum for interest. Floor to ceiling exterior glass walls, bright interior walls and glass partitions will allow light to flood the space, creating an airy, inviting atmosphere. An open

Coffee Lounge

office design will promote collaboration and allow for easy future reconfiguration. In order to ensure physical comfort of individuals in the firm, temperature controls, white noise, ergonomic seating and work spaces will allow members of the firm to work where they are most comfortable. The design of ICR Architecture will reflect the principles of the company: Innovation, Creation, and Resolution.


Gallery


Goals

Stimulate Collaboration

Server Archives

Admin Assist

Copy / Bind

Office MNGR

Gallery Reception

Large Board Room

Small Board Room

Exec. Office

An open office design with benching will allow members in a team to work cohesively. The team spaces will include a collaboration table with smart board technology where work can be projected on to the screen. Collaboration rooms enclosed with glass partition walls will allow individuals to escape to a quiet space to meet and work. Administration Production Operations

Flexibility

Moveable wall partitions and access flooring as well as an adaptable design will allow the owners to move the spaces around to fit their needs and take components in the space when they move locations. Quiet rooms and collaboration rooms will allow individuals to work in various locations.


P romote Health & Well Being

The space will incorporate a gym with adjacent locker rooms where employees can take a break and exercise.

Gym

Locker

QR

QR Team 1

Locker

North Coffee Lounge

Team 2 QR

A large coffee lounge with a refrigerator and a range will encourage individuals to bring and make their own food.

Mat. Library

The stairs will be more accessible between the 14th and 15 floors than the elevator.

Interiors Team

Sit to stand desks will be provided. Administration Production Operations

Team 4

Team 3

Comfort

Temperature zones throughout the floors will allow employees to work where they are comfortable. White noise and acoustical ceiling tiles will control noise levels. Circadian lighting will change lighting levels throughout the day.

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14th Floor - Floor P lan / Materials / Furniture

Admin Assist Archives

Gallery

Office MNGR

Large Board Room Reception

Copy / Bind

Small Board

Exec. Offices


Lighting & Elecytical P lan

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15th Floor - Floor P lan / Materials / Furniture

Team 1 Gym

Team 2

Locker North Coffee Lounge

Quiet Rooms

Locker

Material Library

Quiet Rooms

Interior’s Team Team 4

Team 3


Lighting & Elecytical P lan

46


North Coffee Lounge


North Coffee Lounge

48


Teams


Reception Elevation

Coffee Bar Elevation

Media Wall Elevation

North Coffee Lounge Elevation

50


Quiet Rooms


Material Selections

52


Bridal Veil

Retreat

LOCATION: TELLURIDE, CO SENIOR YEAR: FALL SEMESTER PROJECT TYPE: INDIVIDUAL LENGTH OF PROJECT: 12 WEEKS SQUARE FOOTAGE: 5,000

P roject Description:

Design a multipurpose facility for individuals suffering from Multiple Sclerosis. Include a day spa, an exercise room with a pool, and a two bedroom attached apartment for the facility’s doctor and physical therapist. Follow all guidelines set by the Bienenstock Furniture and Interior Design Competition. P roject Responsibilities:

Research, Programming, Space Planning, Revit Drawings, Color Renderings, Finish Boards

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Concept

The Bridal Veil Retreat located in the charming mountain town, Telluride, Colorado will promote healing and relaxation in the tranquil spa and treatment clinic for individuals suffering from Multiple Sclerosis. The natural environment of the Rocky Mountains will dominate the design with earthy elements throughout. Seamless transitions between the indoors and outdoors will make individuals feel as though they are in the middle of a forest. This will be accomplished through the inclusion of skylights in the lobby and exercise room, natural textures like moss, aspen bark and wood, water features, wall and

ceiling designs that mimic the trees that grow locally, among other design elements inspired by nature. In order to promote healing, both mental and physical comfort will be a priority. Secluded areas for relaxation and meditation, along with exercise areas to improve strength and flexibility, and private rooms for therapy and consultation will address these needs. Several areas will be designated to engage patients and their families together such as therapy and consultation rooms. Bridal View Retreat will strive to ensure patients feel more at peace and stronger than they did prior to arrival.

COUNTER FOR OILS, LOTIONS, ETC.

REFLECTION AREA

GLASS CASED WINDOW

8’X15’ POOL

DRESSING CUBICLE

LINEN STORAGE

12” X 18”D DOUBLE STACKED

WOMEN’S LOCKER ROOM

WALL OF RESISTANCE BANDS

MASSAGE ROOM 170 SF

HALLWAY 440 SF

156 SF

WATER FEATURE

F25

MASSAGE ROOM

CHAIR LIFT

POOL ROOM

178 SF

325 SF

MEN’S LOCKER ROOM

EQUIP. STORAGE SHELF

D

W

F27 SHOWER CURTAIN

167 SF

F26

BARRIER FREE LAVATORY COUNTER FOR OILS, LOTIONS, ETC.

EXERCISE ROOM

POWDER ROOM

F7

F5 F1

50 SF

F4 F2

MASTER BATH

ROCK FIREPLACE W/ WALL-MOUNTED TELEVISION

STOR. FOR CHINA

CLOSET F12

LATERAL FILING CABINET STOR.

GAS RANGE W/ OVEN

KITCHEN

REFRIGERATOR/ FREEZER COMBO DISHWASHER DRAWERS

F19 SWIVEL LITERATURE DIPLAY PRODUCT DISPLAY CASE

BUILT-IN DRAWERS

RAISED COUNTER

F11

185 SF F14

QUEEN BED

DISPLAY SHELF

F10 DOUBLE-SIZED SLEEPER SOFA

F9

LATERAL FILE STOR. W/ PRINTER

F15

MASTER

GUEST BEDROOMLITERATURE F8

WALL-MOUNTED TELEVISION

F13

INFUSION ROOM

INFUSION ROOM

4’ COUNTER SPACE

628 SF

WALL-MOUNTED MICROWAVE

LINEN CLOSET

125 SF

LIVING/DINING AREA

F3

STORAGE 27 SF

985 SF

F6

STOR.

LINEN STORAGE

SPACE TO HANG 20 COATS

LATERAL FILING UNDERNEATH

RECEPTIONIST STATION

F18

WHEELCHAIR SPACE

F16

F21

ADA TRASACTION COUNTER

SEATING FOR 4-5

F17

ENTRANCE/LOBBY

F20 BOOKKEEPER’S OFFICE 110 SF F21 30’ DOUBLE STACKEDFILING

COUSELOR’S OFFICE 148 SF F23

F24 F22

245 SF

LITERATURE STORAGE


Sustainable Materials A. RECLAIMED WOOD DESK Bookkeeper’s Office B. LIVE WALL Hallway in Spa

ADA Requirements:

C. CURAVA RECYCLED PORCELAIN TILE Walls of Shower

E. RECYCLED WOVEN RUG Master Bedroom

D. BAMBOO FLOORING Cali Bamboo Fossilized Bamboo Flooring

F. SHERWIN WILLIAMS LOW VOC PAINT Throughout Spa

A.

D.

C.

B.

E.

Corridors & Doors

302.1: FLOOR & GROUND SURFACES- Floor and ground surfaces shall be stable, firm and slip resistant.

F.

304.3.1: CIRCULAR TURNING SPACE- A turning circle with 60” min diameter is provided. 304.3.2: T-SHAPED TURNING SPACE- A T-shaped turning space, 60” min width with legs 36” min width and 12-24” min length, is provided at end of aisles.

73' - 0"

5' - 0"

5' - 3"

5' - 0"

5' - 3"

5' - 0"

5' - 3"

5' - 0"

3' - 8"

1' - 10"

13' - 1"

308.2.2: OBSTRUCTED HIGH REACH- Objects mounted behind a counter 20” max depth shall not be mounted above 48” max. Objects mounted behind a counter 20-25” max depth shall not be mounted above 44” max.

9' - 6"

3' - 9"

9' - 6"

12' - 1"

1' - 10"

5' - 0" 4' - 6" 5' - 0"

404.2.3: CLEAR WIDTH (DOORS)- Doors shall have 32” clear width.

Restrooms

604.2: WATER CLOSET LOCATION- The centerline of the water closet must be 16-18” from the side wall.

4' - 6"

2' EXT. WALL 2' EXT. WALL

4' - 6"

5' - 0"

5' - 0" 4' - 6" 5' - 0"

403.5.1: CLEAR WIDTH (ACCESSIBLE ROUTE)Accessible routes shall have 36” min clear width.

5' - 0"

2' - 6"

65' - 6"

3' - 0"

4' - 4"

3' - 0"

3' - 0"

22' - 0"

12' - 0"

5' - 4"

2' - 6"

68' - 1"

604.4: SEAT HEIGHT- The seat of the water closet shall be 17-19” AFF.

5' - 6"

3' - 9"

8"

2' - 7"

7' - 0"

3' - 0"

3' - 3"

3' - 0"

3' - 9"

3' - 3"

4'

4' - 6"

3' - 0"

7' - 0"

3' - 0"

7' - 0"

3' - 0"

4' - 6"

2' - 6"

3' - 0"

10' - 3"

76' - 0"

6' - 0"

10' - 3"

3' - 0"

3' - 6"

3' - 0"

2' - 6"

604.5.1: SIDE WALL- The side wall grab bar shall be 42” long min, located 12” max from the rear wall and extending 54” min from the rear wall. 604.5.2: REAR WALL- The rear wall grab bar shall be 36” long min and extend from the centerline of the water closet 12” min on one side and 24” min on the other side. 606.2: CLEAR FLOOR SPACE (LAVATORY)- A clear floor space of 30” min width and 48” min depth, positioned for a forward approach, shall be provided. 606.3: LAVATORY HEIGHT- The lavatory shall be 34” max AFF

Floors

302.2: CARPET- Carpet pile height max is 1/2”. Carpet padding may also be omitted. 302.1: FLOOR & GROUND SURFACES- Floor and ground surfaces shall be stable, firm and slip resistant.

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Lobby/Reception


Reception Elevation

Spa & Rehabilitation

Massage Room Elevation

Exercise Room


Residential Space


Residential Space

Living Area Elevation

Den Elevation

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Residential


LOCATION: HATTIESBURG, MS

Habitat

House

JUNIOR YEAR: SPRING SEMESTER PROJECT TYPE: INDIVIDUAL SQUARE FOOTAGE: 1,200 LENGTH OF PROJECT: 4 WEEKS

P roject Description:

Design a home for a working mother, her five-year-old daughter with Autism and her elderly mother. Include an in-home office, a large kitchen, a common living area, bedrooms and bathrooms for all. P roject Responsibilities:

Research, Space Planning, Furniture Package, Revit Drawings, Color Renderings, 3D Modeling, Presentation Board

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Child’s Bedroom

Dining Room

Grandma’s Living Room

Bedroom

Guest Bath

Kitchen

Powder

Pantry

Master Bath Entry Master

Floor P lan

Garage Office

Laundry Room


LIGHTING & ELECTRICAL LEGEND BLUEBIRD FLUSH MOUNT RECESSED CANNED LIGHT

S

S

WILLA ARLO INTERIORS GIACINTA 1-LIGHT MINI PENDANT

S

S

GUY ROUND 2 LIGHT FLUSH MOUNT LAUREL FOUNDRY MODERN FARMHOUSE FREEBURG 4-LIGHT FOYER PENDANT

S

BLUEBIRD FLUSH MOUNT

LAUREL FOUNDRY MODERN FARMHOUSE FREEMONT 5-LIGHT FOYER PENDANT

STACI 3-LIGHT VANITY LIGHT

S

BIRCH LANE HUNTWOOD PENDANT

S

S

LIGHT SWITCH OUTLET

S S S S

S

S S

S

S S S

Lighting & Electrical P lan

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Laundry Room


Entry Furniture Selections

Laundry Room Furniture Selections

Office Furniture Selections

P owder Room Furniture Selections

68


Kitchen Elevation

Kitchen/Dining

Furniture Selections


Living Room Elevation

Living Room

Furniture Selections

70


Master Bedroom Elevation

Master Bedroom Furniture Selections

Guest Bathroom Elevation

Master Bathroom Furniture Selections


Child’s Bedroom Furniture Selections

Guest Bathroom Furniture Selections

Guest Bedroom Furniture Selections Material

Selections

72


Show

House

LOCATION: HATTIESBURG, MS SENIOR YEAR: FALL SEMESTER PROJECT TYPE: PARTNER LENGTH OF PROJECT: 3 WEEKS

P roject Description:

Network and collaborate with local vendors to stage a home on the market in the Hattiesburg area. I was assigned the formal living room and was in close collaboration with a peer for the formal dining room. P roject Responsibilities:

Contact Vendors, Furniture Selections, Paint & Clean House, Coordinate Furniture Install, Stage Rooms, Plan & Host Fundraising Event

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Formal Living Before


Formal Dining Before


Park

P lace Flat

LOCATION: NEW YORK CITY, NY JUNIOR YEAR: SPRING SEMESTER PROJECT TYPE: INDIVIDUAL LENGTH OF PROJECT: 2 WEEKS SQUARE FOOTAGE: 1,000

P roject Description:

Compile a furniture package for a high-end apartment flat. Create colored hand renderings and further enhance them in Photoshop. P roject Responsibilities:

Schematic Design, Furniture Selection, Colored Hand Renderings, Presentation Boards

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Entry

Gallery

Furniture Selections

Entry/Gallery


Living Area

Living Area Elevation

Living Area P erspective

Furniture Selections

80


Dining Room P erspective

Dining Room Elevation

Furniture Selections

Dining Room


Bedroom Elevation

Furniture Selections

Bedroom P erspective Material Selections

Master Bedroom

82


Creative Works


Cultural

Wedding

LOCATION: ASPEN, CO JUNIOR YEAR: FALL SEMESTER PROJECT TYPE: INDIVIDUAL LENGTH OF PROJECT: 2 WEEKS

P roject Description:

Design a wedding that reflects the natural environment of Colorado. Design a ceremony, reception and bride and groom’s table. P roject Responsibilities:

Ideation Drawings, Photoshopped Renderings

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Bride & Groom’s Table


Reception


Red Mug

Coffee Kiosk

LOCATION: DENVER, CO JUNIOR YEAR: FALL SEMESTER PROJECT TYPE: INDIVIDUAL LENGTH OF PROJECT: 2 WEEKS

P roject Description:

Learn how to use SketchUp through a creative project designing a kiosk of choice. P roject Responsibilities:

Schematic Drawings, 3D Modeling, Presentation Boards

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Goals 1. Design a

Constructoable Kiosk

2. Create an Inviting,

Captivating Atmosphere

3. Earn a Silver in the Well Standards


Concept Create a unique and inviting, coffee experience that provides ease and convenience for busy individuals on the go in diverse settings. Customers will be captivated by the bold design. The mugs will be located on city street corners, parks, college campuses, and in malls. Through the use of multi-height ADA compliant counters, an open design to allow for proper lighting and air flow, adequate workspace, and scenic locations that support comfort and mind, this kiosk will achieve at least a silver in the WELL building standards.

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Hand Rendering


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Thank You 970.376.4086

green.a.devon@gmail.com

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Devon Green Interior Design Portfolio  

A culmination of work completed in the Interior Design program University of Southern Mississippi by Devon Green.

Devon Green Interior Design Portfolio  

A culmination of work completed in the Interior Design program University of Southern Mississippi by Devon Green.

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