Ebelia Malikasim interior designer
EBELIA MALIKASIM 919 592 4488 firstname.lastname@example.org
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BIOGRAPHY ME, MYSELF, AND I
FIRECLAY TILE COMMERCIAL DESIGN
URBANO KITCHEN COMMERCIAL DESIGN
MARIOTTO RESIDENCE RESIDENTIAL DESIGN
EGALITE CINEMA COMMERCIAL DESIGN
COLOR RENDERING miscellaneous
Ebelia Malikasim took her first interior design course in Nanyang Academy of Art in Singapore. Passion, discipline and persistence are lessons that she learned from Singapore. She took those lessons and leave Singapore to find a new adventure. San Francisco become her second home where she continue her study in Academy of Art University. Through volunteer experiences with American Institute of Architects, she merged her interior and architecture world together. Her knowledge for architecture has influenced her style of design. She believes architecture and interior design should go hand in hand. Ebelia is passionate about her work and continue to push herself further. She believes good designers are those who can create a balance between function and beauty.
â€œDesign is not just what it looks like and feels like, design is how it worksâ€?
FIRECLAY TILE COMMERCIAL Design
Spring 2015 Instructor : Serena Zanello email@example.com
Fireclay tile office
“We make beautiful tile for people, when they want it, the way they want it.”
Project Title Fireclay Tile Office Renovation
PROJECT DESCRIPTION This is an office renovation for Fireclay Tile office that is located in San Francisco. There is approximately 30 people in the building, yet they might develop and bring more people in the future. There is 150k USD budget for this project.
Client Profile Fireclay tile specializes in custom tile manufacturing and design for both residential and commercial interior/exterior installations. Fireclay tile uses recycled materials and sustainable manufacturing practices to make high quality pieces. Hand-made ceramic, brick, and glass tile is crafted using “old world” methods that are unique, affordable, and environmental friendly.
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Location The office is located near highway 80 and 101, the location has a moderate noise level. The neighborhood is placed near design district of San Francisco, which is very strategist for this business. There is a few parking lot in front of the building for the customer.
climate Since it is surrounded on three sides by water, San Franciscoâ€™s weather is strongly influenced by the cool currents of the Pacific Ocean, which moderate temperature swings and produce a remarkably mild year-round climate with little seasonal temperature variation. Fog is common during San Francisco summers.
sample library room for improvement Lack of privacy for individual who works there High noise level throughout the office Ineffective storage compartment Needs better space planning to maximize the usage of the space
No place for monthly display Unorganized layout CEO table is located on the corner without any privilege and privacy Unmaintained backyard Heavy product samples needs to be easier to reach
CONCEPT STATEMENT Nirvana is chosen as the concept to strengthen the productivity of employees and all the user of the space. Focusing on the need of employee and giving them the space where they can focus and relax at the same time. We want the employee to feel happy and enlightean through the process of their work. This will help to increase their productivity with the interaction with the space. The goal of this office renovation is to give the space for the user to remember the mission of the company, through their history and process that has been proven for decades since this company established. The design elements will represent the greenness of this company, where they concern about the environment; and maintaining high quality of their product that they always offered for their client.
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Tray tables on wheels Storage shelves Photography storage Photography stage area Meeting room Quiet area Main office CEO table
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Presentation area Dining table Kitchen Lounge Meeting room Restroom Backyard Patio
Monthly display area Waiting lounge Sales table 1 on 1 client table Printing/packaging area Storage library
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LEGEND Recessed Downlight Recessed Wallwasher Pendant LED Strip Light Indirect Pendant
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ELEVATION - A
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Library area are located near the sales area where the sales and customers can easily access to get the samples. Inside the library, thereâ€™s a movable tray that is provided considering the weight of the product itself. and it gives a flexibility to move it around. White color is used to emphasize the color of the products on the display, and natural light is maximized to gives a better lighting to show the color of the products. The packaging and library area is merged under one room to give an easy access for sample packaging. It is also located near the rear exit for quick shipping.
LEGEND Adjustable track light 1 Roman shade 2 Moveable tray 3 Display shelves for bigger tiles 4
Photocopy machine area 5 Information board 6
3 Hanging stationary 7 Recycled wood partition 8 Filing area for packaging 9 Existing oak wooden floor 10
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ELEVATION - B
Nirvana concept is portrayed through the openness of the space, the color of white, light blue and grey. Open space office is chosen to give an airy and light feeling of the office. A vertical partition is used to gives a separation between each working space. This partition will also help each individual to build their own nest that will help them to calm and motivated at the same time.
sustainability is an important part of this project, not only it helps to portrayed the branding of our client that is certified as a green company, but it also help to reduce budget renovation and reduce waste. To achieve sustainability in this project, I proposed to recycle the wood beams from all the demolished wall and use it as the main material to build the partition panel. I re-use some of the furniture with a new paint to make it look like new table. The beautiful existing oak flooring is kept to show the originality of the space.
ELEVATION - D
Partition is arranged vertically, it gives flexibility and moveable to be rearranged if in the future they have more people joining their office. Each partition is equipped with different type of 3 types of container that is attached to the partition. Each person can personalized their own workspace and put their own stationary on this vertical panel, therefore they can save space and keep their desk clean. A sustainable 12ft LED suspended pendant light by Stickbulb is chosen to gives a general lighting in the office space, completed by individual table lamp on each workstation.
Acoustic panel with gingko biloba shaped by Stone Designs is another solution to gives a comfort for the space user by reducing the noise level. The color that is chosen is white, light blue and light grey to interpret the concept of Nirvana and disguised themselves as a cloud. This particular selection of acoustic panel is also selected because of the fan shaped that Fireclay has the same shaped for their tile collection, which called â€œogre dropâ€?. This wall will give an accent to the space, beauty, and comfort at the same time.
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ELEVATION - B
The office is an open space layout to give an easy access for each individual to communicate through their work. High level of noise pollution might be an issue, therefore this space is completed with series of soft material that will help to reduce the noise level, such as acoustical ceiling, and acoustical wall panel. The CEO main desk is located in the middle of the open space to give an easy access for the CEO to monitor his employees. Two partitions on both sides of CEO desk will give privacy yet it will still give an open space feeling. The panel on the back is inspired by the logo of the clientâ€™s branding. It is an acoustical panel that will help to reduce the noise level in the open space office.
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E. BACKYARD Relax, refresh, and hangout can be done in this backyard with an adjustable sun shade that will help them to control the sun shade during summer and winter. The seating place and table are made from recycled wood pallet that stacked together.
â€œWhat ever you do, do it well.
Do it so well that when people see you do it, they will want to come back and see you do it again and they will want to bring others and show them how well you do what you do.â€?
URBANO KITCHEN commercial Design
Summer 2014 Instructor : Kathleen Valkuchak firstname.lastname@example.org
Project Description U R B A N O K I T C H E N is a retail project located in the heart of San Francisco. The project was done in a month with my partner Cherlenita Fnu, we are faced with a new challenge to solve this project as a team. We are provided an existing floorplan to work with and the program was to create a market, cafĂŠ, and dining area. As a client, Tony Riviera has a certain requirement for this project. As a designer, we come up with design and solution to fulfill his requirement. U R B A N O K I T C H E N appears in the middle of the community as a brand that offers the highest quality natural products to the customers while disguising ourselves in an upscale yet approachable packaging. The camouflage of the urban lifestyle that resembles the modern society becomes our main concept in bringing the most essential ingredients from nature to our valued customers. In our design execution, the overall principle of sustainability and organic will be concealed by the classy and luxurious look of the material choices and design elements.
Client Profile Tony Riviera is the CEO and chairman of Primo Hospitality Group. As a successful restaurateur and businessman who owns several restaurants across the country, Riviera desires to open a new upscale specialty food market & cafe that specializes in organic, local and sustainable products of the highest quality. Riviera aims his new hospitality project to be classic and classy that offers very high quality products is also affordable to the customers. His main target customers will be young, foodie, hipster crowd that live within the community who have a high disposable income and support the healthy lifestyle.
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185 Channel St,
94158 San Francisco, CA
Changes in the economy in the late 20th century, made a big change to Mission bay area, it was created in 1998 by the Board of Supervisors as redevelopment project. It used to be high crime neighborhood since it is side by side with Hunters Point area which it holds a high crime rate. A master plan to revive the area and convert over 300 acres into a planned community was produced in the late 1990s. Known as the Mission Bay Project, it is the largest urban development initiated by San Francisco since the construction of Golden Gate Park.
The location is considered as a prime location where it is highly accessible. There are Caltrain stations that can connect people from bay area to San Francisco. Muni line: KT, F, T-Owl, S, 91 located few blocks away from the location. 3rd St, one of the biggest street in San Francisco is passing by this neighborhood. Freeway Line 280 is located 2 minutes away from apartment. Embarcadero is located 15 minutes away.
Upon completion, Mission Bay will become home to a mixture of residential and commercial properties. Apartments, condominiums, retail stores, restaurants, corporate and science businesses will all be anchored by the already completed AT&T Ballpark and a new research campus for UCSF. Within these developments will be 49 acres of open space for parks and recreational facilities. Mission Creek Park is first of many parks planned for Mission Bay.
This area has a pretty diverse environment, but mostly it is dominated by young people. As we can spot on the map, this neighborhood is surrounded by schools, for example, AAU and UCSF. There are a lot of restaurant that range from low to high-end restaurants. Software and design offices are located nearby, which clearly state the target audience for this project which is young people or hipster. The area is still in the transition from industrial area to more upscale and youngster area.
CONCEPT STATEMENT Urbano Kitchen appears in the middle of the community as a brand that offers the highest quality natural products to the customers while disguising ourselves in an upscale yet approachable packaging. The camouflage of the urban lifestyle that resembles the modern society becomes our main concept in bringing the most essential ingredients from the nature to our valued customers. In our design execution, the overall principle of sustainable and organic will be concealed by the classy and luxurious look of the material choices and design elements.
development Our first approach of camouflage is to use different levels of wooden tube to expose some shape. We came up with an idea to have a different size and height of wooden tube on the ceiling and floor and some other places in each area of the floorplan. Marble and wooden tube are our main material that we used to cover the space. Furniture that we chose has an organic shape to blend in with the space. However, we realized that this is not the best way to approach the concept. Along the process, we changed our design and simplify the whole design and come up with new style that has been developed from the same concept.
floorplan development logo Dining Area
Semi Open Kitchen
Packaging idea development
Coffee Bar Wine Lounge
Wine Shop Frozen Food Market Area Cashier
Line Drawing : Ebelia Malikasim Hand Rendering: Cherlenita Fnu
Dining room We are trying to interpret tree and branches using the wooden tube like what you can see on this image on the left. The â€œsculptureâ€? made from little wooden tube is going to be the focal point of the space. The wooden tube will flow to the fire place area and create an arch as a way finding.
Photoshop Edit : Ebelia Malikasim Finalize Edit : Ebelia Malikasim
In the wine cellar image below, we are doing the same concept with the same material, however instead of doing nature with the wooden tube, we are mimicking “the city” landscape with the same material. Wooden tube on the wall is used as the wine rack that will easily displayed the brand of the wine.
food area In this area, wooden tube will be used as a rack pre-packaging
Checkout counter Urbano logo will be created
that is stacked from the wall with certain depth to hold the products. At the bottom, a camouflage of an upside down city landscape made from wood, with a “cloud” camouflage made from marble stone.
using the wooden tube on different level and color. 3 spotlights on the top will emphasize the area as a focal point. 45
checkout elevation We tried to use some repetition of the design elements from dining area to the market area. We use black to give a modern aspect to the space and high contrast with the white of the marble.
custom shelving City landscape can be seen by the way we customize our metal rack. We bend the metal and create a shape of city landscape with 8â€? depth in order to use it as a display rack
FINAL APPROACH After our reviews and critiques from our lecturer and classmates. My partner and I as a team decided to go back and re-think about our concept and try to come up with a new solution to interpret our design concept. We take a risk and re-do the whole design to achieve the best solution of our design in a very limited time before the final presentation.
â€œGood designer are those who know when to stop adding to create balance in their designâ€? -Kathleen Valkuchack-
logo Urbano means “Urban” in Italian. Named after the concept of the store that resembles the urban lifestyle.
The word “Kitchen” is placed in the middle, as the camouflage to replaces the horizontal strokes that are removed from the word “Urbano”.
Black and white are the color chosen to portray the concept of camouflage into the packaging. Sleek, modern, and elegant is the goal of the packaging for Urbano Kitchen
Programming Restaurant Area With Various Seating (62 Seats) Outdoor Seating Area (22 Seats) Prepared Food Area Semi-open Kitchen With Storage Prepackaging Food Area Coffee Shop With Bakery Display Wine Cellar with Lounge Area for Wine Tasting Checkout Area at 2 Different Locations Market Area for Produce and Dry Food Frozen, Meat, and Seafood Area A.D.A. Restroom Mezzanine For Storage Office Room For Employees
Entrance 1 Banquette Seating Lounge Seating Fireplace 4 Top Table
Restaurant Area Prepared Food Area
Tray Table Outdoor Seating Area
Enclosed Kitchen Storage Room (Mezanine)
Monthly Display Area
Fruit & Vegie Section
Dry Food Section
Checkout Counter 1 Market Area A.D.A. Restroom
Meat & Poultry Frozen Food
Checkout Counter 2 Entrance 3
Glass Pendant Light
Recessed LED Strip Light
Acoustical Ceiling Suspended LED Strip Light
Track Light Cove Light
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furniture finish plan 53
Main entrance Line Drawing: Revit 2015 Hand Rendering: Cherlenita Fnu Photoshop Edit: Ebelia Malikasim Finalize Edit: Ebelia Malikasim
exterior elevation The exterior elevation shows a sneak peak of the design inside the space. It is a camouflage of the city landscape that can be read as an upside-down city landscape on a day time or a night view city landscape in a dark sky. A 10ft drop ceiling covered with acoustic panels on the above and the side of the entrance, will make a transition space for the customer when they enter the space. White marble floor contrast with black ceiling will start their journey through out the space starting from the restaurant area and end in market area. 2’ - 10”
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coffee shop elevation In the restaurant area, their eyes will be drawn to the column that is disguised as a lighting sculpture made from reclaimed wood that is painted with low VOC paint. White paint is chosen as the best choice to cast the shadow of the sculpture on the day time . The design of this column is a representation of the complexity of urban lifestyle on San Francisco and how they share different lifestyle in a different neighborhood yet they are still located in the same city. This central piece of column is intended to be a strong accent of Urbano Kitchen and at the same time it will attract customer from outside. There will be 3 different types of seating provided in restaurant area, they area banquette seating on the left side, 2 top tables by the column, 4 top tables, and lounge area by the fireplace. The warmth of wood is introduce to balance the whole temperature of the space between the cold of marble and the darkness of the ceiling. The city landscape camouflage can be seen on the fireplace and will be repeated along the space. We can see the same pattern on the coffee shop as another way of way finding throughout the space.
Restaurant area Line Drawing: Revit 2015
Photoshop Edit: Ebelia Malikasim
Hand Rendering: Cherlenita Fnu
Finalize Edit: Ebelia Malikasim
Prepared food area Line Drawing: Revit 2015 Hand Rendering: Cherlenita Fnu Photoshop Edit: Ebelia Malikasim Finalize Edit: Ebelia Malikasim
Monthly display elevation
FOODIE KITCHEN AND MARKET Cove light above the prepared food area is used as a way finding that will lead the customer to the market area. “Foodie Kitchen”, “Ready To Go?”, and “Foodie Market” are the names that we chose to fit the target audience which mostly are young hipster San Franciscan. Each checkout counter will have 2 pendant lights that will help to identify the cashier register. The door to the kitchen is being hidden by the wood plank as a camouflage. The center piece of the horizontal wood stacked is another type of repetition of the light sculpture from the restaurant area. In the Foodie Market section, we can see the same pattern that is repeated from the coffee shop. The contrast between black and white of the color will remind the customer of the exterior elevation of Urbano Kitchen.
prepared food elevation
wine cellar An exposed wine shop through the glass partition will give an exclusive ambience of the wine shop across the lounge area. Recessed ceiling in the wine shop will give an intimate and exclusive feeling to the customer while they are browsing their favorite wine. The black and white color of the wine bottle will give an image of city light at night as representation of the concept of camouflage.
Line Drawing: Revit 2015 Hand Rendering: Cherlenita Fnu Photoshop Edit: Ebelia Malikasim Finalize Edit: Ebelia Malikasim
Line Drawing: Revit 2015
Hand Rendering: Cherlenita Fnu
Photoshop Edit: Ebelia Malikasim
Finalize Edit: Ebelia Malikasim
dry food section Cove ceiling continue in the market section as a way finding continuation from the prepared food area. The suspended rack on the right side is a simplified shape of the city landscape and be placed by the windows to attract customer from outside. A custom illuminated marble counter is made for the product display to bring the same element from restaurant area to the market.
Checkout cashier elevation
fruit and veggie section A 12ft suspended light fixtures are placed to give a maximum lighting on the market area. The slim shape of the pendant light will enhance the aesthetic wise of the whole ambience of the space. Below is an elevation of a shelves that has the same shape of city landscape that is featured in fireplace and coffee shop area. This will tied the restaurant, coffee shop, and the market area as a whole.
City landscapes shelves elevation
Line Drawing: Revit 2015
Hand Rendering: Cherlenita Fnu
Photoshop Edit: Ebelia Malikasim
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“You can look anywhere and find inspiration”
MARIOTTO RESIDENCE RESIDENTIAL Design
Fall 2014 Instructor : Ernest Mariotto email@example.com
Project Title Mariotto Residential Renovation Project
Project Descripton The project consist of two levels, each level has different clients and requirements. Both of clients are still family related, but each has different style and needs. The concept for this project is an outer space phenomenon. The idea is to have a concept for the bigger picture of the house, then it will break apart for each level depends on the clientsâ€™ style and requirements.
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Location This house is located at Lauren Heights neighborhood which is a small, quaint neighborhood located just east of Inner Richmond. Its saturated by Edwardian and Victorian homes in a middle class, suburban neighborhood. Because the neighborhood is bordered on the north (California Street) and south (Geary Boulevard) by stores, cafes, and restaurants, virtually everything one could need is a short walk away. The main shopping strip is between Spruce and Laurel on California Street. Here are two grocers, one high-end the other less so, plus the usual array of boutiques and chains that cater to the area’s middle- and upper-middle class: The Gap, Chico’s, Starbucks, Pasta Pomodoro, Walgreen’s, Standard 5&10 Ace Hardware. It’s also calm and somewhat secluded neighborhood with relatively safe streets.
The two main shopping streets are also transportation corridors, with Muni buses Nos. 1 and running along California to the Financial District, and the Nos. 31 and 38 running along Geary, again toward downtown and Union Square. The No. 33 runs north and south along Arguello, while the No. 43 travels on Masonic before heading to the Presidio and points east. Though parking is generally not difficult away from California Street’s shops and the hospital, the city’s Department of Parking and Traffic does issue “F” and “L” residential parking permits to allow those who live in the neighborhood to ignore the posted two-hour limits on most streets.
Many families live in the area, mostly of white or asian ethnicity. It is of relative middle to upper class neighborhood bliss. Crime here is infrequent and characterized mostly by noise nuisances and a few thefts in a recent three-month period, according to San Francisco Police Department statistics. Car theft and auto break-ins are increasingly common, particularly in the neighborhood’s eastern sector and along Geary and California, with these corridors experiencing the same rise in these crimes as elsewhere in the city. The occasional assault takes place along Geary (where bars and other night-time business may explain the altercations). 73
1st level Eclipse is an astronomical event where the moon and sun are parallel with earth. The moon will hidden by the shadow of the sun which create a ring surround the moon. Itâ€™s a magical phenomenon that inspired this space where it is interpreted through the hidden object throughout the space. The goal is to create a modern mystical space with a balance of cold and warm ambience.
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Entry Emergency Exit Living Area Existing Fireplace Balcony Dining Area Kitchen Wine Cellar Patio Coat Closet/Storage Powder Room Master Bedroom Private Office Meeting Space Walk-in Closet Laundry Master Bathroom
7 client Profile
The level will be occupied by a single man who is an art admirer., he is an interior design and a teacher. He does not watch TV and does not want any. He does a minimal cook and rarely invite guests to his house. A couple of meeting with his clients will require him to have a separate office and meeting room. Client prefer open space, but still provide a privacy. He is a wine collector and desire a wine cellar in his house.
design approach A wall full of painting is displayed by the fireplace instead of a TV. This way, the living room will look like a private gallery instead of a standard living room. A hidden kitchen will be provided to clean up the view, yet it is still there if he need it in the future, even if he only use it for light cooking. There is no door to the master bedroom, walk-in closet and bathroom. It is arranged in a way to create a privacy for each area without any door requires. The whole area from kitchen, patio, meeting room, and private office can be opened during the day to have a better air circulation and create an open space to the whole layout.
Living Ar ea The existing fireplace is extended to the entire living area and emphasize the elliptical shape of the room. Art pieces can be displayed in the gallery wall and the client can admire the art pieces through the sofa while reading a book with his favorite wine by his side. A black marble flooring is chosen to create a dark ambience with a modern setting design. A large full size window that can be open on the side to reach the balcony, will give a numerous amount of daylight that can reduce the energy use of the space.
win e and ki tch en Behind the living room is where the wine cellar and hidden kitchen is located. The wine display will be the focal point when the client enter the room. Behind it, is a kitchen that can be close and open when the client want to use it. Awning window is used in the kitchen area to allow fresh air to come into the space and create a sun shade when the window is open. 81
win e cellar This is a custom wine cellar that is made from stainless steel structure that goes from floor to ceiling combined with wooden frame. The entire wine displayed is closed to keep the temperature inside the room. The glass can be placed inside the wine cellar to give the client an easy access when he want to enjoy a glass of wine by the end of his day. 83
open ki tch en
hidd en ki tch en
Based on my client needs, he does not require a big kitchen and only require minimum spec for it. Therefore I provide him a kitchen where he can close it when he does not need to use it. Fridge, microwave, and all the kitchen equipment will be hidden neatly behind this customized built-in cabinet. When the kitchen is closed, it will become a big piece of wood pattern like a piece of art by the dining room.
Ki tch en to patio
The patio is accessible from the kitchen area and it will lead to meeting room and master bedroom. There is a big window facing the entry door to give an easy observation if there is any guest coming in. The client can enjoy a glass of wine by the patio that with an easy access to the wine cellar.
master b edroom Eclipse light by Tilen Sepic on the ceiling is a perfect interpretation for the eclipse concept. The warmth color of the light will balance the temperature in the room contrasting the floor material. A sliding wooden frame separate the master bedroom and office
office A dark brown and warm color scheme is introduced in this space to give a dynamic ambience to the unit. A built-in working space is provided with adjustable drafting table. On both side of drafting table is where the client can keep his equipment, decorations, and books. The office can be open to the meeting room and the client can access his personal stuff when he has a meeting with his client.
2nd level Milky way
is a galaxy that we all know it is out there, however we need to search for it to be able to see it. From the earth we can only see a small part of the whole thing and the rest is still a mystery for our naked eyes. Just like a couple, when we see them we only judge them so much without knowing what is really going on at the back of their hands. The concept of Milky way is chosen to connect our clients as a married couple to remember their journey to be together. 91
LEGEND 15 16
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Entry Emergency Exit Living Area Existing Fireplace Balcony Dining Area Kitchen Coat Closet Patio Laundry Room Guest Bathroom Office/Guest Bedroom Master Bathroom Master Bedroom Vanity Walk-in Closet
The top level is occupied by a married couple whose one of them is a family member of the second levelâ€™s client. Like the first client, neither of them watch TV as well. They love to have people come over and throw dinner party. They will need a good size of office that can be turned to a guest bedroom. They need a good size of kitchen as they like to cook on daily basis.
design approach The living area is designed to maximize the seating arrangement by the fireplace to give extra comfort to client and guests. A dining table for six is provided and an enclosed kitchen is provided to meet the clientâ€™s requirement as they like to throw dinner party. The kitchen has an opening, so the client can monitor whoâ€™s coming to their house while they are cooking. A big office is located on the back to give extra privacy and it is a good size to be turned into a guest room in the future. A master bedroom for two is completed with master bathroom with double sink and a walk-in closet .
Living Ar ea A living area that is open to the dining room allow the client to have a full interaction between the dining space and the living area. A beautiful hardwood floor flows through the entire space and unify the whole design. Three sided seating arrangements will allow the client to have a big number of guests to their house. Customized suspended seating area on the right side that is illuminated from below will give a floating effect like when you are in outer space. A contrast between warm and cold of this space will welcome the guest to enjoy the view of San Francisco through this full size window. A black mirror will reflect to the dining area and give an illusion of a bigger space. 95
dining Ar ea A transparent dining chair is another interpretation of milkyway concept and have a zero gravity idea into the dining space. A piece of stainless steel dining table balanced with a warm tone of red fabric as well as the brown carpet to give more comfort to dining area. The ceiling pattern is inspired by the futuristic concept of outer space where it is a mysterious place where human cannot reach. An LED strip light with blueish ambience is used to portrayed the coldness of the galaxy. The light follow the geometric shape of glass cut that has a different level and gives a 3D look to the space. It is a challenge to the designer to put a futuristic design element to residential place and still make it cozy and welcoming for the client to live here.
Dining Room From the ceiling, our eyes will flow down to the back wall of the dining room that is decorated with hexagon cut marble that is arranged with different angle and depth to give a 3Dimensional look to the space. It is also illuminated on the back to emphasize this beautiful piece of wall-art.
An illuminated onyx stone bathtub will end the clientâ€™s day with a relaxing bath. The same element of the hexagon marble is appeared in this room as well to unify the whole design. A suspended towel rack is located in front of the hexagon wall, by the side of the bath tub for an easy access.
master bathroom elevation
A hand crafted marble carved sink is a compliment to the room will give a full luxurious feel to this double sink bathroom. A mirror with wooden cabinet and foundation will balance the temperature of the space.
I know the price of success: dedication, hard work, and an unremitting devotion to the things you want to see happen.
-Frank lloyd wright-
EGALITE CINEMA COMMERCIAL Design
Spring 2015 Instructor : Serena Zanello firstname.lastname@example.org
Project Title Egalite Temporary Cinema
Project Description This project is for Architectural Competition Concours dâ€™Architecture competition, to create a proposal for a temporary cinema project that will be based in Dakar, the capital and largest city in Senegal. It is located on the Cap-Vert Peninsula on the Atlantic coast and is the western most city on the African mainland.
Location Fann Neighborhood Dakar, Senegal
Target audience Family Student Local Business Tourist
Program The theater will be build and stays during dry season, Dec-Apr. Business hours : 10.00 AM-11PM
Program Show History Documentary Action Romance Educational Family Drama
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Dakar’s population has grown from 1 million people to 2.45 million people. This shows how this place is keep growing. Based on Senegal Demographics Profile (survey on July 2014), it shows there are more female population. The most range of age is between 25-54.
Fann neighborhood is one of the popular place for most of genre citizen to visit. Family, couple, youth, and even tourist are coming to this neighborhood to find some entertainment. This neighborhood is chosen due to its popularity among the locals, so they can get the benefit of this temporary cinema with easy access and educational entertainment as well.
climate Dakar has a hot semi-arid steppe climate. The area within 25 miles of this station is covered by oceans and seas (89%) and croplands (6%). Over the course of a year, the temperature typically varies from 65°F to 87°F and is rarely below 61°For above 92°F. Over the entire year, the most common forms of precipitation are thunderstorms, moderate rain, and light rain. Warm season lasts from July to November, cold season last from January to May.
location Satellite view is showing Dakar, the western most African city, it is a major regional port, the largest city and the national capital of Senegal. Dakar is located on the Cape Verde Peninsula at the Atlantic coast.
CONCEPT STATEMENT Egalite Cinema is inspired by the slavery that African people had been suffered, yet they survived and still stand strong until present days. Despite their grim past, they are not trying to hide from the light. People in Africa are not afraid to show their beauty, they donâ€™t hide themselves under the darkness. In fact, they bring the most of their skin tone through colorful fabrics that wrap around them. Not only it emphasize their dark skin tone, but it also bring joy to those who wears it. The objective of this project is to show the beauty of Africa through their natural elements and fabrics. Africaâ€™s fabric pattern is distinguished as a one of a kind with colorful choices and pattern. The shape of this project is inspired by turban, which is a piece of fabrics of that wrap around their head as a symbol of honor to their God.
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ground level floorplan
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Line Entry for Ticket Ticket Admission Desk Dining Area Line Entry for Cafe Cafe Counter
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Waiting Lounge Auditorium Entrance Auditorium Seating
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Screen Second Floor Seating Projector Room
m ezzanin e level
Turban become the inspiration for the shape of the layout. It has a layering and dynamic motion that we can see from the turban shape. A big opening as the main entrance will give an inviting for people to come inside. In the middle of the space, right after you enter is where you can lined up to purchase a ticket. On the right side is the cafeteria and left side is waiting area where the door is located to 2 levels auditorium.
Layers of straw ceiling
Lower ceiling height with layers of straw ceiling
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Downlight Pendant Light LED Strip Light 117
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ticketing d esk Wood, bamboo, and fabric with traditional pattern; are the combination of materials that are chosen to brings out the beauty of Africa. The layering effect on the ceiling that will bring your eyes down to the ticketing desk. 119
Ticket lin e-up The ceiling feature in the ticketing desk is slightly lower than the rest of the space to gives a transition space between the cafeteria and the waiting area.
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auditorium entrance elevation Africa
is well known for their handcraft products. Using local sources, they can made tons of beautiful products with exotic pattern on it. To appreciate those skills, we will use most of our fabric selection through local artists. It will be displayed where it will be exposed to visitor. By doing this, we can help to connect the visitors who might be a tourist or a collector with the artist and it can help to increase the economy issue among the local. During construction, we will ask local people to participate as well by donating their unused rattan basket that we will turn into a light fixture for the waiting space and the cafe area. This way, it can help the area to reduce waste that can actually be useful a new product. To encourage local to participate, they will get a free ticket that can be claimed for 1 show. This will increased their enthusiasm towards the completion of the project.
Bamboo is chosen as the main structure for this project, due to its sustainability, strength and easy construction. The roof is constructed from straw roof that can be easily found in the local area. The floor is using the original material that is provided in the location, this can cut the production cost. The overall space will be open and some will covered with fabric to gives a better ventilation due to dry climate. Fabric and layers of straw roof can become an acoustical material as well to lower the noise level in the space. The bench called Tikikaka designed by Naoto Fukusawa for B&B Italia. With a unique shape and soft curves, this bench is sure to turn heads giving the classic outdoor bench a refreshingly new look. Below is a set of DALA stool created by Stephen Burks for Dedon. DALA takes its inspiration from the improvised seating arrangements of the developing world. Through the geometric grid of the mesh, dedonâ€™s master weavers thread the strands of a revolutionary new ecological fiber.
wai ting lounge Movable stool and low table will gives a flexibility due to different size group of people waiting for the show. The colorful fabric is the focal point that help to emphasize the door to the auditorium. 123
auditorium It has the capacity of 94 seating on the first level and 30 seating on the second level. The fabric, that is tied up to the bamboo structure and the straw ceiling will help to reduce the acoustic issue of the cinema. Dark fabric with small pattern is chosen to minimize the maintenance of heavy traffic from the audience. Warm ambience lighting below the stairs is a great way for way finding during the movie. A big space in front of the screen can be used for special performance when thereâ€™s no movie playing in the cinema.
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creativity is allowing yourself to make mistake design is knowing which ones to keep
COLOR RENDERING miscellaneous
Spring 2014 Instructor : Stephan Hoffpauir
COLOR PENCIl This is a showcase of my color pencil skill with an understanding of color combination, persistence of strokes, gradation technique, how to show material by studying their characteristic and translate it to a rendering, understanding how lights and shadows work on a rendering.
exterior rendering Line Drawing: Stephan Hoffpauir Media: Color Pencil Color Rendering: Ebelia Malikasim
color rendering technique
furniture Line Drawing: Stephan Hoffpauir Media: Color Pencil Color Rendering: Ebelia Malikasim
metal rendering Line Drawing: Stephan Hoffpauir Media: Color Pencil Color Rendering: Ebelia Malikasim
watercolor Watercolor is a new media to me and through this class I learned how easy, fast and effective this media is, if we know how to use it properly. The same principal of light and shadow with color pencil is applied in watercolor rendering. The goal of this class is to be able to show what kind of material we are using in our project through our hand skill, and still create a realistic rendering.
oval room Line Drawing: Stephan Hoffpauir Media: Watercolor Color Rendering: Ebelia Malikasim
Building exterior Line Drawing: Stephan Hoffpauir Media: Watercolor Color Rendering: Ebelia Malikasim
floorplan Line Drawing: Stephan Hoffpauir Media: Watercolor Color Rendering: Ebelia Malikasim
Guest room Line Drawing: Stephan Hoffpauir Media: Watercolor Color Rendering: Ebelia Malikasim
Stainless steel Line Drawing: Stephan Hoffpauir Media: Watercolor Color Rendering: Ebelia Malikasim
bronze Line Drawing: Stephan Hoffpauir Media: Watercolor Color Rendering: Ebelia Malikasim
color rendering technique
living room Line Drawing: Stephan Hoffpauir Media: Watercolor Color Rendering: Ebelia Malikasim
“You can look anywhere and find inspiration”
textile Instructor : Kshama Pandit Spring 2015
BVlgari jewelry The textile collection is inspired by the Bvlgari jewelry collection. The target market is for interior usage such as ceramic tile pattern, wallpaper, curtains, pillow cover, etc. The sharp color and the contrast will create an accent to the space. Maroon, Orange, Blue, Olive, and Dark Chocolate are 5 color scheme that is chosen for this collection based on the inspiration of Bvlgari.
Family Mom and Dad Esty Diora / Yoong Wai Hoo / Ivan Kardiono / Laura Trisetyawati My nephews and niece who never failed to make me smile Melvin / Natasha / Wilson / Calvin I dedicate this book to my family who always support me and motivate me whenever I need it the most. To my parents, thank you for giving me this second chance to pursue my career. No matter how far apart we are, you guys are always in my heart.
Instructors / Chamindri Wijemanne / Kathleen Valkuchak / Olga Zhovreboff / Stephan Hoffpauir / Serena Zanello / Hayden Darrell / Ann Gaffney / Molly Ness / Tony Wong / Ricardo Marmolejo / Edwin Jordan / Ernest Mariotto
Friends / Valencia Kosasih / Jeremi Kosasih / Channy Imada / Alec Lu / Hyun Ji Kim / Suraya Xuhrat / Alverina Weinardy / Cherlenita Fnu / Samaher Alamoudi / Emma Volkova / Chi-Yi Lee / Michelle Miller / Nadia Charissa / Tjiang Supertini / Laura Tamalia / Febiana Setiawan / Devina Lan / Evelyn Wijaya / Irene Samantha / Josephine Mak / Dona Tifani / Evi Saridewi / Eva Saridewi Special thanks to Ben Avery who pushed me beyond my limit to achieve the best of me in this book. Thank you for the extra miles you went through with me to get this book done.
Ebelia Malikasim interior designer
(919) 592 4488 www.behance.net/ebelia email@example.com