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E M I LY S C H AT Z INTERIOR DESIGN PORTFOLIO


E M I LY S C H A T Z C O N TA C T

E D U C AT I O N

586.929.1006 emilykschatz@gmail.com linkedin.com/in/emily-schatz/

Bachelor of Science

PROFILE Senior-year interior design student and emerging professional with a passion for creating innovative and inspiring spaces. Striving for an entrylevel interior designer position.

October 2016 – April 2020

Western Michigan University • Kalamazoo, Michigan Interior Design, CIDA Accredited Program GPA: 3.75

EXPERIENCE Interior Design Intern

October 2019 – March 2020

TMP Architecture • Kalamazoo, Michigan

• Provided support and assistance to the interiors department by creating designs, drawings, presentations and specifications

Interior Design Intern

May 2019 – August 2020

Cercan Tile, Inc. • Michigan Design Center

SKILLS

• Shadowed and assisted on design projects and sales while organizing and maintaining showroom and sample room

• AutoCad • SketchUp • Revit

• Microsoft Office Suite • Adobe Creative Suite • Hand drafting & sketching • Specifications • Attention to detail • Critical & analytical thinking • Communication

• Time management

I N V O LV E M E N T WMU Interior Design Student Organization Senior Vice President • Social Media Coordinator • Actively managed IDSO social media accounts and coordinated student events

International Interior Design Association Student IIDA Alpha Lambda Delta National Honors Society Member Southwest Michigan MIX Member

References available upon request


CONTENTS 1

COWORKING @ THE EXCHANGE

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EM • POWER

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TOILET ROOM

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THE MABREY BED & BREAKFAST

COMMERCIAL • INDIVIDUAL

EDUCATION • GROUP

FACILITY • INDIVIDUAL

HOSPITALITY • INDIVIDUAL


CO-WORKING @ THE EXCHANGE is located in Downtown Kalamazoo, Michigan at the Exchange Building. This innovative and exciting co-working environment allows for individuals to work confidently, creatively, and comfortably while establishing themselves and their brand. If members are proud of where they work, they will be proud of what they accomplish.

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COWORKING @ THE EXCHANGE COMMERCIAL • INDIVIDUAL


CONCEPT

Generation Y, also known as Millennials, refers to the generational demographic of individuals born from 1981-1996. These individuals experienced their childhood & young adulthood during the 1990’s. With millennials being the target demographic for co-working environments, the space draws inspiration from 90’s interiors and pop culture. There will also be an emphasis on social media and advanced technology to appeal to the young professionals.


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FLOOR PLAN 13

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Reception area

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Ideation zone

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Locker storage

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Open office/workstations

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Project rooms

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Resource center

7 Studio

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Booth seating

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Social media wall

10 Private enclave 5

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11 Private offices 12 Bar seating

THE EXCHANGE BUILDING 151 W. Michigan Avenue Downtown Kalamazoo, MI

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13 Brody chairs 8

Inspired by the Memphis Movement & millennial culture

14 Breakroom


Resource Center

Project Room


Booth Seating Booth seating provides privacy and comfort, which is why it is preferred by millennials. Located in the spaces’ northeast corner, members use these booths to work individually or in small groups while overlooking the Kalamazoo skyline.

Open Office


Private Enclave

Breakroom


em•power is a vocational facility that serves as an educational and training space for young adults with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and other cognitive disabilities. em•power encourages personal growth, raises sensory tolerance levels, and provides an educational experience that will increase the quality of all users’ lives. This project was selected by the Western Michigan University Interior Design Advisory Board to be entered into the Interior Design Educators Council 2018 Student Competition.

2 EM • POWER E D U C AT I O N • G R O U P


CONCEPT

The name em•power is derived from the client’s mission statement, reading: “We do everything it takes to empower people with disabilities to live active, self-determined lives.” The chosen logo is simply the word “empower,” with “em” and “power” separated by a bullet point to emphasize the significance of power. Individuals with ASD prefer words and phrases as opposed to symbols and images. Words symbolizing the training and personal development taking place within are also displayed throughout the space.


FLOOR PLAN The proposed floor plan draws inspiration from the upward view of treetops. The treetops, along with its leaves and branches, represent the desired rooms. Trees are a universal symbol for growth, which relates to the development and progress of em·power’s users. The sky peeking through the gaps of the trees represent the space’s circulation.

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Reception Area

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Director’s Office

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Trainers’ Office

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Access to future expansion

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Work Training

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Multipurpose Room

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Interpersonal Communications

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Community Wall

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Training Kitchen

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Mock Apartment

11 Flexible-Use Space

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12 Sensory Room 3

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13 Outdoor Area


COLOR HARMONY

A split-complementary color scheme composed of blue-greens, greens, and oranges, along with shades of brown, will be implemented into the space. Individuals with ASD are most comfortable and respond best to cool colors. By also including warm-toned colors, em¡power will prepare users with ASD and raise their sensory tolerance levels for when possibly encountering stimulating colors in their daily life.

Inspired by serene birch trees, dynamic bubbles, and the limitless sky


Dynamic, flexible furniture and durable finishes

Multi-Purpose Room

Flexible-Use Space


Interpersonal Communications Area This space was developed to help those with sensory processing disabilities strengthen their communication skills. The lights in this space help provide a mild stimulation, and the provided digital screens can be used to view education materials or to help create more stimulation in the environment. Individuals can also use this space to practice having oneon-one conversations, as well as perform mock interviews.

Sensory Room


This commercial women’s toilet room is located in a facility specializing in autism spectrum disorders. Allow this toilet room is designed for individuals on the autism-spectrum, this toilet room is aesthetically pleasing and accessible for all. The safety, comfort, and wellbeing of the users is essential and are the driving forces for the planning of the space.

3 TOILET ROOM FAC I L I T Y • I N D I V I D U A L


CONCEPT

The toilet room is designed using an analogous color scheme composed of shades of blue-green and browns. Patterns and materials resembling natural elements are also implemented throughout the space to create a calming and serene environment. Durable, high quality finishes and fixtures are also utilized to ensure the longevity and stability of the space.


Inspired by rippling waves and serene, sandy beaches

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FLOOR PLAN

1 Entrance 2 Four standard-sized toilet stalls equipped with a wall-mounted toilet, toilet paper dispenser, feminine hygiene receptacle and coat hook on stall door 3 ADA compliant stall equipped with grab bars, wall-mounted toilet, toilet paper dispenser, feminine hygiene receptacle and coat hook on stall door 4 Baby-changing station adjacent to paper towel dispenser/trash receptacle 5 Three handwashing stations with 2� gap for cleanability 6 Paper towel dispenser/trash receptacle 7 Upholstered bench 8 Exit


FIXTURES & FINISHES

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Paint Solid phenolic partition Stainless steel fixtures Glass mosaic tile Porcelain tile Quartz countertop Vinyl upholstery

Sinks & Baby Changing Station


The Mabrey Bed & Breakfast is located in the quaint town of Ogunquit, Maine. Meaning “fortified place” in Old English, The Mabrey is a charming home-awayfrom-home, providing guests with a cozy bed, exquisite meals, and a sense of pure relaxation & comfort. While following a vintage aesthetic, The Mabrey features three master guest suites, an open & inviting kitchen, and multiple living & dining spaces, all overlooking the pristine beaches of Ogunquit.

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THE MABREY B E D & B R E A K FA ST H O S P I TA L I T Y • I N D I V I D U A L


CONCEPT

The Mabrey Bed & Breakfasts follows a vintage aesthetic, inspired from French country and farmhouse designs. The word vintage is defined as “something from the past of high quality, especially something representing the best of its kind.â€? Vintage interiors incorporate furniture, accessories and finishes from design styles and periods of the past- refurbished or left in its antiqued-state. Colors harmonies are composed soft pastels and light beiges, greys and whites. Flowers and floral prints are often found in upholstery, wallcovering and dĂŠcor.


Inspired by soft flora, vintage farmhouses, and the French countryside

PROGRAMMING

The Williams recently purchased a bed and breakfast in the quaint beach town of Ogunquit, Maine. The Williams want their bed and breakfast to be an inviting space where all guests can comfortably relax and interact with one another. Along with the Williams’, there will be three additional employees, as well as a live-in host. UPSTAIRS

KEY

S T A I R S

SHARED EMPLOYEE S T A I R S

GUEST

DOWNSTAIRS


Master Suite Bedroom & Bathroom


THANK YOU

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