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E M I LY A P P E L G AT E INTERIOR DESIGN


E M I LY A P P E L G AT E INTERIOR DESIGN PORTFOLIO “The things you are passionate about are not random, they are your calling.” - Fabienne Frederickson


E M I LY A P P E L G AT E EDUCATION

Iowa State University Ames, IA BFA Interior Design | CIDA Accredited | Design Studies Minor | Expected Graduation May 2018 Rome Study Abroad ISU Design Study Abroad Program | Spain, Germany, Ireland, Italy, France

WORK EXPERIENCE

INTERIOR DESIGN INTERN | HFR DESIGN, LEE’S SUMMIT, MO | SUMMER 2017 Healthcare design experience, construction documentation, casework design, detail drawings, client meetings, site visits, marketing material MARKETING ASSISTANT INTERN | NIACC, MASON CITY, IA | 2012-2013 Assisted in marketing campaign development, assisted with promotional events, news releases, team meeting participation, product orders and delivery STUDENT EMPLOYEE - OFFICE OF THE SENIOR VP AND PROVOST | IOWA STATE UNIVERSITY | 2014 - PRESENT Assisted in organizing New Faculty Orientation and Emerging Leadership Academy, oversaw and organized accreditation files and archives, filing Letters of Intent for new and current faculty, designed fliers and event invitations, clerical office work

SKILLS

- AutoCAD Architecture, Revit, SketchUp, Cinema 4D, Adobe Suite, and Microsoft Suite - Healthcare Educational Zone design experience - Read and create construction documents - LEED GA and IDFX exam preparations in progress - Design for human factors and ergonomics - Self motivated and passionate - Great verbal and written communication skills - Team-oriented - Excellent attention to detail - Determined to learn new skills


AWARDS + ACHIEVEMENTS

ISU STUDENT EMPLOYEE OF THE YEAR NOMINATION Spring 2018 DEAN’S LIST Fall 2017 SILVER CORD AWARD Spring 2012 OUTSTANDING SOLOIST AWARD Fall 2012 - Lincoln Center, New York City, NY IOWA ALLSTATE CHOIR GOLD MEDALIST Spring 2010

REFERENCES

DIANE ALSHIHABI

Interior Design Professor, Iowa State University Work Phone: (515) 294-8393 Work Email: dshihabi@iastate.edu AMY MIKOVEC

Interior Design Professor, Iowa State University Work Phone: (515) 294-7606 Work Email: aedh@iastate.edu DAWN BRATSCH-PRINCE

Associate Provost, Office of the Senior VP and Provost, Iowa State University Work Phone: (515) 294-6410 Work email: deprince@iastate.edu


INTRODUCTION Being a student in Iowa State University’s Interior Design program has allowed me to grow as a pupil, designer, and professional. The projects included in my portfolio have challenged me in ways I could not have imagined and have further perfected my design skills. Throughout my education, I have learned how to hand and computer render, draft, construct buildings from the inside out, and utilize AutoCAD, Revit, SketchUP, Cinema 4D, Photoshop, InDesign, Illustrator, Publisher, and Microsoft suite.

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In the Fall of 2016 I studied abroad in Rome, Italy. Studying abroad has tested my design knowledge and helped me develop new skills to create quality designs. My experiences in Europe, both in and outside the classroom, have challenged my ability to adapt to unfamiliar surroundings and has prepared me to take on any challenge.

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PA R T N E R P R OJ E C T

SPRING 2017

H E A LT H C A R E

INDIVIDUAL PROJECT

SPRING 2016

RESIDENTIAL

2014 - 2017

CREATIVE WORK

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INTERNSHIP S U MMER 2017


E L E VAT I O N S INTERNSHIP DESCRIPTION During my two month internship with HFR Design in Lee’s Summit, MO I worked on the Construction Document phase of Menorah Medical Center’s Radiology Department Renovation in Overland Park, KS. Other projects that I worked on included adding detail drawings from AutoCAD to Revit, meeting with local reps, updating demolition notes in Revit, and setting up project sheets.

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PROJECT

ROLE

During the Construction Document phase of Menorah Medical Center Radiology and MRI Department Renovation, I built casework in staff, patient, and operating areas in Revit, created interior elevations of all casework, set up casework detail drawings, hand rail and crash rail detail drawings, head wall detail drawings, corner guard and door frame protection detail drawings, wall protection detail drawings, interior finish tags and keynotes, acoustical wall panel selection, interior finish selection, and put together color and material sample boards for the client.

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Radiology and MRI Department Floor Plan

Alternate MRI Department Floor Plan


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D E TA I L D R A W I N G S

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Color Sample Board


MARKETING

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C O R P O R AT E FA L L 2 0 17 | I NDIVI DUA L


N E X T C O R P O R AT I O N PROJECT DESCRIPTION Design a medical office building for Steelcase’s Student Design Competition that makes care more accessible and convenient for the residents of Seattle, Washington. NEXT medical office building is a multidisciplinary medical group that promotes healthy living and active lifestyles while emphasizing private care .

DESIGN

CONCEPT

In a world so connected through online communication, we spend more time looking at a screen than we do interacting with people around us. Technology is momentous in today’s cyberculture, but it interrupts the establishment of social connections. These connections stimulate productivity, promote overall wellbeing, and increase employee success.

NEXT Logo Design

NEXT aims to reconnect people by creating spaces that foster social

interaction and encourage the building of human connections. Inspiration Images

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Concept Development

Concept Development

CONSULTATION ROOM

MEDIUM CONFERENCE

WORKCAFE

EXAM ROOMS

CONSULTATION ROOM

EDUCATION ZONE

ACUPUNCTURE ROOM MASSAGE ROOM MASSAGE ROOM

EDUCATION ZONE

MASSAGE WAITING

WASH ROOMS

Zone/ Area Plan

MOTHER’S ROOM

LAUNDRY

SHARED OFFICES

RESOURCE CENTER RECEPTION/ WAITING

LARGE CONFERENCE

Design Research *Steelcase: “The Resilient Workplace”, 2017*

OPEN OFFICE

QUIET ROOMS


WORKCAFE

This social zone utilizes a variety of seating with assorted postures to support collaboration and communication. The WorkCafe is a multi-functional space where users can come to socialize, focus, relax, and connect with others at any time throughout the day. The variety and flexibility of seating options allow this space to transform to fit group activities, meetings, individual work, and general relaxation space.

Materials and Furniture

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Floor Plan

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WorkCafe Perspective


Reception & Waiting Perspective

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RECEPTION & WAITING This social zone invites patients and guests into the NEXT suite. With two different seating areas, the waiting room stimulates social connection through conversational seating arrangements and decorative atmosphere. The water-feature wall creates a sense of movement and interest within the space while directing users to the reception desk, framed by materials that mimic scenes of Seattle’s picturesque landscape.

Reception & Waiting Floor Plan

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Conceptual Sketches

Materials and Furniture

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OPEN OFFICE This resident zone provides assigned areas for workers to complete their day-to-day tasks and supports focused and collaborative work. The open plan allows employees to easily navigate the space, encouraging communication and social interaction while providing spaces to focus on individual and team tasks.

Open Office Perspective

Open Office Floor Plan

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Materials and Furniture


EXAM ROOMS These meeting zones provide flexible seating arrangements that foster collaboration and social interaction. These exam room spaces offer a range of technologies to effectively encourage different forms of communication between the doctor and their patients.

Exam Room Perspective

Exam Room Floor Plan

Materials and Furniture

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MASK OF FREEDOM PROJECT DESCRIPTION Design a luxury retail storefront for an Italian Fashion Design student in Rome, Italy that showcases their most recent clothing line and captures their design philosophy. Teamwork and communication are key, much like it is for any design office, in the understanding of international design.

DESIGN

CONCEPT

Mask of Freedom is a minimal retail environment where directional lighting emphasizes the layers and textures of each material. A continuous wall structure will guide clients through the space and represent the transition of a woman becoming confident in who she is.

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PROJECT

ROLE

In this project, I produced two of the four rendered perspectives, both ground and lower level rendered floor plans, as well as all of the ground level, lower level, and store front rendered sections, elevations, and reflected ceiling plans.

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Ground Level Perspective - by Emily Appelgate

Materials and Finishes


Ground Level Floor Plan - by Emily Appelgate

East Section - by Emily Appelgate

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West Section - by partner

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7m

Elevator Display - by partner


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Lower Level Floor Plan - by Emily Appelgate

Lower Level Perspective - by partner

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Logo Detail

2m

Wall Detail

7m


Lower Level Perspective - by Emily Appelgate


Ground Level RCP - by Emily Appelgate

Lower Level RCP - by Emily Appelgate

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2m

2m

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Storefront Context View - by partner

Window Detail

Storefront Day Elevation - by Emily Appelgate

Materials and Finishes

Storefront Night Elevation - by Emily Appelgate


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H E A LT H C A R E S P R I N G 2017 | PA RTNER


A P P E L AT TA A S S I S T E D L I V I N G PROJECT DESCRIPTION To create an 11,000 SF assisted living community, Appelatta Assisted Living Community, in Panama Pacifico, Panama. Requiring an entrance, lobby space, reception area, studio and one bedroom apartments, dining room, community kitchen,and a “wow� space,this assisted living community must meet ADA requirements and work within a $7.5 million budget.

DESIGN

CONCEPT

Appelatta Community will be designed to create an inviting and opening environment, allowing users to escape from the stresses of everyday life. Our fluid color scheme, variety of textures, and abundance of natural light will provide comfort and tranquility for residents. Soaring ceiling heights and expansive glazing connect residents and visitors to the outdoor environment, unifying nature and the interior space.

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Block Diagram

Atrium

Entry/ Reception/ Lobby

Storage/ Mechanical/ Utility

Gathering

Physical Therapy

Back of House

Cafe

Public Bathroom

Offices


Reception Perspective


Area Plan

Entry Floor Plan

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Entry RCP


Reception and Lobby Perspective


COLOR STATEMENT Appelatta Community’s rich color palette is inspired by the versatile plant life of Panama’s luscious rainforests. Appelatta Community incorporates Panama’s natural surroundings in it’s interior through the use of vibrant colors and emphasis on contrasting textures. The open floor plan will allow natural light to flood the space, highlighting interior colors and patterns to create a design that unifies nature and the indoors.

Lobby Perspective

Inspiration Image

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Color Scheme


Lobby Perspective


Entry Furniture Plan

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Color Selection


Furniture Selection Key

Material Selection Key


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RESIDENTIAL S P R I N G 2 016 | INDIVI DUA L


LASALLE LUXURY RESIDENCE PROJECT DESCRIPTION Develop a high-end luxury design for Andre and Iris Lasalle and their family. This project addresses a contemporary interior design issue, reinterprets aesthetic and spacial preferences or specific global heritages , and reflect the clients current and professional interests. Acessibility and air quality accommodations, related to a family member’s physical mobility and breathing ailments, are key programmatic challenges in this project.

DESIGN

CONCEPT

The Lasalle Luxury Residence was inspired by Persian design and historical influences. This concept derived from Andre and Iris’s love of art and culture. The layout of the home, in combination with Persian architecture and materials, will work to guide one through the traditional space.

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Inspiration Images


Kitchen Perspective


Materials

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Ground Floor Plan


Ground Floor RCP

Fixture Selection


Great Room Perspective

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Basement Floor Plan


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C R E AT I V E W O R K 2 014- 2017


HAND DRAFTING

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D E S I G N R E P R E S E N TAT I O N

Charcoal/ Conte Crayon Drawing

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Charcoal/ Conte Crayon Drawing


Still Life Sketches


STUDY ABROAD

Rome Studio Space

Capri, Italy

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Ostia Lida, Italy

Barcelona, Spain


Rome, Italy

Venice Bienale, Venice , Italy

Versailles, Paris, France

Rome, Italy


C O N TAC T M E (641) 420-8983 eea@iastate.edu www.linkedin.com/in/emily-appelgate-33b01110a/

Interior Design Portfolio  

Emily Appelgate's Iowa State University Interior Design Portfolio

Interior Design Portfolio  

Emily Appelgate's Iowa State University Interior Design Portfolio

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