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Elizabeth Roybal


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RESUME

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DESIGN PHILOSOPHY

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TWO IN ONE

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INTERCEPTION

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STOCKPILE MEN’S BOUTIQUE


Elizabeth Roybal DESIGN EXPERIENCE

INFORMATION 757-651-7478

2017-2018

elizabethlroybal@gmail.com

BCWH|Architects Richmond, Virginia Interior Design Intern FF&E presentations for clients Furniture packages and specs Punch List Materials Library organization and management Host for Lunch and Learns Renderings for clients Door schedule graphic presentation Site plans for clients

SOCIAL Elizabeth Roybal her_roybalhighness

CANstruction Richmond, Virginia BCWH team

EDUCATION 2016-2019

Virginia Commonwealth University Interior Design BFA, CIDA accredited

2014-2016

Tidewater Community College Interior Design Associates Program

Developed building documents Established building elements Community in Schools, Chesterfield Richmond, Virginia BCWH team Developed graphic flyer for statistics

SKILLS AND EXPERTISE Adobe Creative Suites Sketch Up Revit Lumion

Fall 2018

Microsoft Office Hand-Drafting Hand-Rendering Model-Making

Collaborative design studio Faculty Led Developed a proposal plan for a client 2014-2016

AWARDS NEWH Scholarship Winner Nominee for the Gensler Brinkmann Scholarship

mOb, Middle of Broad Studio Richmond, Virginia Storefront for Community Design

JRML Associates Norfolk, Virginia Interior Design Intern Materials Library organization and management Site visits Client Meetings

2018-Present

O’Brien and Muse Richmond, Virginia Office Assistant Project Installation Client Meetings Maintain Inventory/Organization of the Oiffce 1


A blank canvas is an expanse with endless possibilities of what can be drawn or written. The Flatiron building wasn’t created in a moment, Monet’s work took longer than an hour, and To Kill A Mockingbird wasn’t complete after the first draft. Incredible and worthwhile things take time to develop and become great. They start with curiosity, which leads to hours of determination and hard work resulting in new discoveries and beauty. Whether the work is perfect or flawed, it is a display of exploration. It becomes apart of you. The hard part is starting, the hardest part is continuing on when the process becomes messy. Continue on even when the process isn’t “instagram” worthy. Continue on even when other’s work appears better. Continue on because you never know what you might create.

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CONCEPT “What is their interaction?” “How often do their lives overlap?” “What does the overlap look like socially and physically?” The Two in One house is based on a curiosity of how unrelated people coexist in a single house. The space is designed to have their lives overlap in specific areas but then transition to private spaces for the individual’s privacy.

PROJECT INFO Client: Two Young Couples

TWO CREATING A THIRD

Mentor: Emily Smith Fall, 2017 Team Members: Elizabeth Roybal PROJECT BRIEF The assignment for the Two In One House was to renovate a house located in Richmond, Virginia’s Musuem District. The requirements of the project were to develop a program for the users in the space, a floor plan, and supporting drawings of the design.

DETERMINING AMOUNT OF OVERLAP

DEVELOPMENTAL DIAGRAMS The following diagrams helped develop the relationship of public and private spaces in the house, while the floor plans and renderings serve as tools to communicate the solution for separate lives living in one space.

OVERLAP APPLIED TO FLOOR PLAN

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SINGLE LINE: INDIVIDUAL DOUBLE LINE: SHARED

VERTICAL LINE: INDIVIDUAL SPACE DIAGONAL LINE: SHARED SPACE

FINAL FLOOR PLAN NTS

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SHARED LIVING SPACE

AXON OF KITCHEN LAYOUT

CONCEPT WORK FOR KITCHEN LAYOUT

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AXON OF BEDROOM LAYOUT

DETAIL DRAWING OF BED DESIGN

INDIVIDUAL LIVING SPACE

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CONCEPT Can a series of interceptions along a path provide a type of wayfinding that alters the direction or the pace of the user? These interceptions would target and engage certain senses to cultivate unique experiences for the user. The responsibilities carried by faculty and students can lead to a sense of rushing from one place to the next without time to breathe. What if there was a moment in each person’s day that created, or required, a pause? This moment would need to be placed as an interception on their path from A to B. The interception would engage the user through sight, smell, taste, touch, or sound. The concept for Pollak 104 is a series of interceptions to engage the users senses resulting in a change of direction or pace on their path.

INTERACTION AT BAR DIAGRAM

PROJECT INFO Client: VCU Faculty and Students Mentor: Emily Smith Fall, 2017 Team Members: Elizabeth Roybal

PASSAGE THROUGH CAFE DIAGRAM

PROJECT BRIEF The assignment for Interception was to repurpose an office in the Pollak Building into a coffee shop for the use of students and faculty. The requirements were to research how the surrounding area would affect the success of the coffee shop, develop a floor plan, and provide renderings of the space to communicate how the space would be used.

INTERACTION AND PASSAGE DIAGRAM

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POLLAK BUILDING COURTYARD

HARRISON ST

ADMIN

ADMIN

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Sensory Matrix Triggered Sense

Trigger

A) Sight, Smell

A) Barista, Coffee

B) Sight, Smell, Touch, Sound

B) Craft,Coffee,Marble,Shop Sounds

C) Touch, Sight, Taste, Sound

C) Felt,Glass Case,Coffee/Pastery,Cafe Sounds

D) Sight, Smell E) Sight, Taste, Touch, Sound

D) Back-Lit Cardboard,Coffee E) Craft,Coffee/Pastry,Marble/Mug,Shop Sounds

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CIRCULATION DIAGRAM

INITIAL PERSPECTIVE OF BUILDING ENTRANCE

VIEW INTO THE CAFE FROM THE POLLAK BUILDING

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VIEW INTO THE CAFE FROM THE COURTYARD

LIGHTING DIAGRAM

INITIAL PERSPECTIVE OF COURTYARD ENTRANCE

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CONCEPT The concept for Stockpile Men’s Boutique was based on the concept of a War Room; a room where plans and strategies are made. In Stockpile, the War Room is where the owner lays out clothing and accessories to help create the perfect look for the customer. The floor plan is centered around the War Room BUBBLE DIAGRAM FOR CIRCULATION

PROJECT INFO Client: Benjamin Harris Mentor: Jarvis Jefferson Fall, 2018 Team Members: Elizabeth Roybal, Emily Cooley, Celine Abello

PROJECT BRIEF This small business located at 1717 E. Main St is a men’s clothing shop selling suits, ties, shirts, and shoes. Their target audience is men from age 18 and up, regular-fit suits and slim-fit suits. This project team was tasked with providing visual and fashion design and merchandising skills to create a unique set of promotional materials for Stockpile. PROGRAMMING FOR LAYOUT

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ELEVATION OF THE WARROOM

SHOE SHINE

SUITS

ALTERATION

DRESSING ROOM

WAR ROOM

LOBBY

POS

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SHIRTS

The layout and organization of the space for Stockpile was a collaborative work between Emily Cooley and Elizabeth Roybal.

FLOOR PLAN OF THE BOUTQIUE LEGEND FOR FLOOR PLAN SEATING BUILT IN CASEWORK BENCH FOR TRYING ON SHOES

Branding

The branding for Stockpile was a collaborative work between Celine Abello and Elizabeth Roybal.

Seating

Casework

Packaging

Accent color

Countertop

Sandwich Board

Wallpaper

Stamp

Business Card

Benjamin Harris Owner & Stylist

804. 726. 2135

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INITIAL ENTRANCE DESIGN

INITIAL PERSPECTIVE OF LOBBY

VIEW FROM W MAIN ST INTO THE BOUTIQUE

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VIEW OF CLIENT’S USING THE WARROOM

CONCEPT PERSPECTIVE FOR THE BOUTIQUE

DETAIL FOR WARROOM FURNITURE

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