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DIANE COLLINS

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

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DESIGN I & VIS COMM I

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DESIGN II & VIS COMM II

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DESIGN III

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DESIGN IV

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DESIGN V

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CAST: MASS + VOID Plaster was cast around a plastic bag. The cast was then sawn in half, allowing a deeper study of the mass and voids created through a natural element.

Design I, Fall 2011_Professor Gaskins

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MICOPROGRAM Focus on the human body. Carving with light and shadow, as well as casting with shadow and shade were used to carve a meditation space.

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Design I, Fall 2011_Professor Gaskins


STOP A stop, or moment of pause, is not clearly defined or programed. This urban intersection stop incorporates multiple microprograms.

Design I, Fall 2011_Professor Gaskins

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LIGHT SHADE SHADOW Contrast of light, shade, and shadow are potrayed through a black and white tone drawing.

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Vis Comm I, Fall 2011_Professors Rosner, Birdsong


ANALYTICAL TOOL DRAWING A door chain lock was closely analyized and then drawn constructively, including moments of all components and mechanisms.

Vis Comm I, Fall 2011_Professors Rosner, Birdsong

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LIGHT SHED Repitition of a single moment creates a brisolei to shed light or cast with shadow.

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Design I, Fall 2011_Professor Gaskins


PERFORMANCE A downtown Austin performance space characterizes duality with both day and night uses.

Design I, Fall 2011_Professor Gaskins

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ANALYTICAL SUCCULENT DRAWING The False Saguaro is symmetrical in form, both inside and out, revealed through study and drawing.

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Vis Comm II, Spring 2012_Professors Rosner, Mezquiti


ANALYTICAL RECONSTRUCTION

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The succulent was deconstructed, then reconstructed digitally, revealing inherent structure, as well as parts to a whole

3.52 Vis Comm II, Spring 2012_Professors Rosner, Mezquiti

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CHANGING ROOM: MODULE TO FIELD A field was created from a repeated, ribbon module. The field was then made into a room for the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower center.

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Design II Spring 2012_Professor Weinthal


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PATTERNING Part to whole relationships create a pattern, further expressed through color.

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Vis Comm II, Spring 2012_Professors Rosner, Mezquiti


CASE STUDY Bahia Azul House, Los Villas, Chile. Architect Cecilia Puga.

Vis Comm II, Spring 2012_Professors Rosner, Mezquiti

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AXONOMETRICS An interlocking block assembly is influenced by its relationship to the ground.

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Vis Comm II, Spring 2012_Professors Rosner, Mezquiti


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CONSTRUCTED PERSPECTIVE Color adds a sense of light and space to the block assembly, allowing occupation.

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Vis Comm II, Spring 2012_Professors Rosner, Mezquiti


WILDFLOWER BUILDING A building to enhance the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower center. Rain water is collected from a sloped roofwhile air is circulated through the dog-run construction.

Design II, Spring 2012_Professor Weinthal

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A visitor information area is included in the main building while the extended roof provides coverage for the intersecting walkway.

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AUSTIN POETRY & LITERATURE CENTER The center provides several resources to the local public, as well as visitors such as a library, coffee shop, and nightly events, Also included, a living space for the Poet Laureate,

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Design III, Fall 2012_Professor Glass


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EXTRACTION + GRAPHIC PATTERNING Assembly New York by Greg Armas is a clothing line heavily influenced by menswear and tailoring in a neutral palette. A simplified lapel creates a graphic pattern.

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Design IV, Spring 2013_Professor Odom


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GRAPHIC PROJECTION Distortion through pattern projection onto the human body and as well as objects. Experimentation of relationship between pattern and human scale.

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Design IV, Spring 2013_Professor Odom


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THICKENING 2D patterns are translated into a 3D fashion retail component. Folding and layering create distinct moments while playing with light and shadow.

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Design IV, Spring 2013_Professor Odom


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Folding and layering give the pop-up shop functionality, such as areas to hang and fold clothes, as well as a nook bench.

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FLAGSHIP STORE 3D pattern components are incorporated on a larger scale for the Downtown Austin Assembly New York Store.

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A mezzanine level allows for a shoe lounge and fitting room while clothing and accessories are displayed on the main floor.

OPEN TO BELOW

SHOES LOUNGE

TAILORING

STORAGE/ BOH

DISPLAY FITTING

RESTROOM

STORAGE JEWELRY/ ACCESSORIES

MERCHANDISE

STORAGE/ BOH

ACCESSORIES DISPLAY TRANSACTION

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MEASURE OF THE BODY A plain white oxford shirt was deconstructed, and then reasemmbled through various braiding techniques. Braiding provides a temporary element which allows the shirt to be worn by various people or in various ways.

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Design V, Fall 2013_Professor Gaskins


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MATERIAL TRANSLATION The oxford shirt braiding is translated to new materials: paper and plaster, while maintaining similar visual qualities.

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Design V, Fall 2013_Professor Gaskins


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ARCH RESOURCE CENTER ARCH is an existing homeless shelter in downtown Austin. Redesign, including custom millwork allows for easier accessibility and flexibility.

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Design V, Fall 2013_Professor Gaskins


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AUSTIN WOMEN & CHILDREN�S SHELTER The articulated threshold. Using boundary and insertion to define functional and routine aspects of space.

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Design V, Fall 2013_Professor Gaskins


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Dissolving these boundaries in community areas aids social interaction and emphasizes the surrounding nature, and recuperative location.

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Undergraduate Portfolio