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INTERIOR DESIGN PORTFOLIO


RELATED WORK EXPERIENCE

EMILYRAYNA.COM EMILYRAYNA@GMAIL.COM

376 HALE STREET CAMPUS BOX #2199 BEVERLY, MA 01915 EDUCATION

2016-present ENDICOTT COLLEGE GPA 3.83/4.0

BFA in Interior Design/Architecture Minor in Dance Dean’s List 2016-present

2012-2016 SOUHEGAN HIGH SCHOOL GPA 3.79/4.0

High Honors Roll 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016 National Honors Society, Spanish National Honors Society

VOLUNTEER/LEADERSHIP

2017-present - Rotaract Club 2016 - Dance & Art Show for Cystic Fibrosis Director 2012-2016 - Benefit Dance Performer 2012-2016 - Autism Speaks Volunteer

RELATED AWARDS

2018 GlobalShop - PAVE Student Design Winner for The Body Shop/S-Cube Endicott College Presidential Scholarship

2017-2018 GOEDECKE FLOORING AND DESIGN Intern, Computer Specialist

Specialized in building and remodeling homes through measurements on SketchUp.

2016-present ENDICOTT COLLEGE Digital Lab Monitor

Specialized in maintenance for computers, helped students print and work with computer programs.

SKILLS

Revit, SketchUp, LightUp, AutoCAD, Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop, Adobe Indesign, Microsoft Office, Hand Rendering, Hand Drafting, Organization, Leadership

CLUBS/SPORTS

2017-present ROTARACT CLUB Community service-based club

Participated in the red sand project and other various community service events.

2016-present REPERTORY DANCE ENSEMBLE Audition-based dance ensemble

Learned and performed pieces of various styles from many choreographers.

2004-2016 MELISSA HOFFMAN DANCE CENTER Competitive dance team Performed, competed, assistant teached, and choreographed.


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Retail Impulse Fixture/Cashwrap Design - Revit Corporate Office Design for Microsoft - Revit/Photoshop Youthful Apartment Design - Revit/Adobe Illustrator Retail Soap Shop - SketchUp Retail Soap Shop - Revit Small Office Reception Design - Revit Reception Desk Design - Revit Residential Kitchen Remodel Design - SketchUp Recreation of an Interior Image - Revit Fabric Design - Adobe Illustrator Residential Design for Austism - AutoCAD/Hand Render Aging in Place Design - AutoCAD/Hand Render Small Cafe Design - SketchUp/LightUp Stair Design - Revit Apartment Design Bedroom Design Hand Renderings


1. RETAIL IMPULSE FIXTURE/CASHWRAP DESIGN

FALL, 2017 Sophomore Year

GlobalShop 2018 Student Winner This project was a competition between the Sophomore class at Endicott College to create a cashwrap fixture and power wall design for The Body Shop through the PAVE Globalshop competition. In my partner and I’s design, we embodied the Body Shop brand and created a fixture that keeps impulse buying organized and a power wall that shows the responsible sourcing that the brand practices. We were selected as student winners and attended GlobalShop 2018 in Chicago with our own booth.


2. CORPORATE OFFICE DESIGN SPRING, 2018 Sophomore Year

This project is a corporate office for Microsoft. I chose to design with an industrial look because of the company’s masculine user profile. The design is ADA compliant and has a great deal of custom, adjustable pieces that make the office more comfortable for all.

Touchdowns

Collab/ Lounge Strategy Room

Collab/Lounge Kitchen VP Office

VP Office BR

Server Touchdowns

Waiting

Reception

Training Room

BR

ST

Print Lift Cubbies Stair Conference

Floor Plan - First Level (not to scale)


2. CORPORATE OFFICE DESIGN CONTINUED These are additional views of the space including an office space, the training area, and the stair design. The stair design mimics the Microsoft Office logo.


2. CORPORATE OFFICE DESIGN CONTINUED Booth Seating

Lift

Nook Seating Stair

ST

Bar

Food Shelves

Sandwich Fridges

Check Out Counter

Floor Plan - Second Level (not to scale) These views show the self-serve cafe that I included on the second level of my project. The moveable shelving units, sandwich coolers and custom hidden fridge hold food and drinks that employees can take. The design includes a hanging iPad fixture that employees can use to log the food that they take, maximizing the amount of time that they can relax in the natural space. The custom-designed nook seating is perfect for hiding away to do work or to rest.


3. YOUTHFUL APARTMENT DESIGN

SPRING, 2018 Sophomore Year

Floor Plan (not to scale) FLOORPLAN RENDERED IN ILLUSTRATOR PERSPECTIVES RENDERED IN REVIT

For this project, I was asked to design the living area of an apartment for a fellow classmate. The apartment matches her youthful personality. The location of the project is in Back Bay, Boston.


4. RETAIL SOAP SHOP

FALL, 2017 Sophomore Year

Floor Plan (not to scale)

CUSTOM CASHWRAP

For this project, I was asked to select an Etsy shop of my choosing and to design a retail space in SketchUp. I chose a soap company, and I designed a custom cashwrap where customers are able to customize their scents and packaging. I used sustainable and green materials in this project.


5. RETAIL SOAP SHOP - REMODELED IN REVIT

FALL, 2017 Sophomore Year This is simply a reconstuction of the previous project but in Revit with varying materials.


6. SMALL OFFICE RECEPTION DESIGN

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WINDOW WALL RENDERED 1/2" = 1'-0"

FALL, 2017 Sophomore Year

For this project, I was asked to create a small reception for a company that I was assigned. The location of the project was in Honolulu, HI and the design goal was to make the space feel open and cool while still fitting into the geographical location seamlessly.


7. RECEPTION DESK DESIGN

FALL, 2017 Sophomore Year

This project was an introduction to rendering with the Revit program. I was asked to design a reception area with a custom reception desk for a company of my choice.


8. RESIDENTIAL KITCHEN REMODEL DESIGN SUMMER, 2017 Internship I was given the opportunity to measure a location and build it in SketchUp. I then remodeled the kitchen in Sketchup by removing walls that were not load-bearing and changing the overall kitchen design. The client loved the remodel idea and the company that I interned for used my remodel as a base for their redesign that is now a real life project.


9. RECREATION OF AN INTERIOR IMAGE

ORIGINAL IMAGE

REVIT MODEL

FALL, 2017 Sophomore Year

For this project, I was asked to choose a complicated interior image and rebuild it entirely in Revit to create a scene that matched the orginial.


10. FABRIC DESIGN

SPRING, 2018 Sophomore Year As an introduction to Adobe Illustrator, I was asked to design a fabric pattern and then create a board that made the pattern come to life. My fabric was based off of the feeling that people get when they go downtown. The fabric was printed into real samples.

C O L O R T H E O R Y

Pink Mustard White

DOWNTOWN

Nurturing, familiarity & vulnerability

Happiness, optimism & creativity

Concept Statement

Downtown areas are exciting, inspiring and full of opportunity. The mixture of geometric shapes and colors create a feeling of passion.

Purity, wholeness & completion

Deconstruction

SPACE

Teal

Clarity, balance & self-sufficiency

Monochromatic Clean, elegant & soothing

PROPORTION

RHYTHM VARIETY

LINE

Elevation

UNITY

COLOR WAYS

Sunset Pink Headlight Yellow

1/2” = 1’

Clean White Cool Blue EMILY SHAW

PROF. BRODY

ID230

TEXTILE DESIGN


11. RESIDENTIAL DESIGN FOR AUTISM SPRING, 2017 Freshman Year

For this project, I was asked to design a home for a family that includes a young boy with autism. I did a great deal of research to design a sensory room, a space that is pleasing to the senses, and an overall safe environment.

FIRST FLOOR

SECOND FLOOR


12. AGING IN PLACE DESIGN

SPRING, 2017 Freshman Year

This project was my very first design project. I designed a home for an aging couple with a set of various needs. The space is ADA compliant and unique.


13. SMALL CAFE DESIGN

FALL, 2016 Freshman Year

As an introduction to SketchUp, I was asked to design a small cafe in any way that I desired. I chose to design a cafe with a natural concept. The renderings were created through LightUp.


14. STAIR DESIGN

FALL, 2017 Sophomore Year For this project, I was asked to design a commercial stair in Revit. I chose to use a large landing with seating.


15. APARTMENT DESIGN

This project was a quick makeover that I did for my sister’s first apartment. She had only basic furniture and a budget of $200. I upcycled furniture and DIYed to create a space that made her feel at home and inspired on a small budget.


16. BEDROOM DESIGN

These are images of the redesign I did for my bedroom in New Hampshire. The space has a comforting, warm color palette and is very youthful.


17. HAND RENDERINGS

These are images of my hand-rendering work. The images include work with marker, pencil and watercolor.

Emily Shaw Interior Design Portfolio  

Here is my portfolio from my studies at Endicott College thus far.

Emily Shaw Interior Design Portfolio  

Here is my portfolio from my studies at Endicott College thus far.

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