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Retail BONOBOS....................................................................1

Hospitality Rizt Carlton Philadelphia.............................................3

Corporate Fusion..............................................................................7 Embrace International................................................11 Starkville City Hall......................................................15

Institutional Pure Sight Optometry.................................................19

Mixed-Use Matsel............................................................................25 Aiken Eco-Village........................................................29


Architectural Studies Josephine Baker House..............................................37 Boat House...................................................................43

Exhausted to No End

Product Design Ernst Haeckel Inspiration

Exhausted to No End................................................45 Traced the picture and then bent the surface.

What’s in a Chair?........................................................46 Repurposed...................................................................47 Bent the surface more to try to create a seat.

Hightop.........................................................................48

Exhaustion... when one thinks of that word the image of one being slumped over comes to mind. By taking this concept I applied it to one of Ernst Haeckel’s drawings. From Haeckel’s image bio-mimicry and anthropomorphism come into play by manipulating what was in nature to something that takes on a human posture.

TOP VIEW

SIDE VIEW

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Started over and just traced one area os the picture. Then copy and pasted the image. Bent two of them and then twisted two for the legs.

FRONT VIEW

Bio-mimicry- I took the inspiration image and took 3 legs and bent them under the middle and then elongated the last leg and shaped it for the back.

Hand Rendering...........................................................49 Anthropomorphic- I took the concept of the arched back of the picture to the left and then implied that curve to the image. Therefore, giving the chair a posture of exhaustion.

Creative Design Drawing I.....................................................................51 Design I........................................................................52 Design II......................................................................53 Photography.................................................................54

Professional Work Starkville Academy......................................................55


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Contact Information

Phone Number: (662) 694 - 1194 Email: emily.houston519@gmail.com Website: emilyhouston.wix.com/idportfolio

Education Bachelor of Science in Interior Design, Council for Interior Design Accreditation Mississippi State University, Starkville, MS, August 2013 - Minor: Architectural Studies - Overall GPA: 3.3/4.0 Work Experience Project Manager, Commercial Design Interiors LLC, Baton Rouge, LA, June 2013 – Present - Produce Construction Documents - Document existing Facilities and produce a Full Set of As Built Drawings (Architectural Plans, Dimensioned Plans, Electrical Plans, and Room Identification) - Create Wayfinding Schedules and Plans - Conduct Evidence Based Design Evaluations - Prepare PowerPoint Presentations for Designers and Attend Client Meetings - Assist with Site Surveys - Use Photoshop to conduct Color Studies and place Artwork - Assist with Space Planning and Furniture Layouts - Manage the Resource Library Resource Library Assistant, Mississippi State University Interior Design Department, September 2011- May 2013 - Organize and maintain sample room - Assist faculty by improving the work environment and increasing productivity - Acquire contacts and samples - Organize samples for easier navigation in the sample room Interior Design Assistant, Design Innovations, Birmingham. AL, June 2010- July 2010 - Maintained the work room - Created Color Boards - Answered customers questions - Assisted full-time designers with project development


Awards & Scholarships - 1st place ASID competition group project, Corporate Design Category, Spring 2012 - 2nd place ASID competition, Computer Generated Renderings, Spring 2012 - Recipient of The Sherry Wingo Scholarship, Fall 2012 - Recipient of The Boral Brick Scholarship, Fall 2009 - Famous Maroon Band Scholarship, Fall 2008 - Spring 2009 - MSU Academic Scholarship, Fall 2008 - Spring 2009 Memberships & Activities - Member ASID Student Chapter, Fall 2011- Present - Supported the Interior Design Title Act by participating in Capitol Day with Legislators, Jackson, MS, 2011 - Habitat for Humanity 2011 - Study tour of the Biltmore, 2011 Related Courses Architecture - Architecture Design I-A • Architecture Design I-B • Architecture Design II-A • Architecture II-B • Passive Building Systems • Materials Interior Design - Drawing I • Design I & II • Environments for Special Needs • Digital Design • AutoCAD • 3D CAD Modeling • Textiles • Furniture Design • Rendering • Color & Lighting Computer Skills Proficient in: - Autodesk Revit 2013 • AutoCAD 2013 • Adobe InDesign CS6 • Adobe Photoshop CS6 • Adobe Illustrator CS6 • Microsoft Word • Microsoft PowerPoint • Microsoft Excel Familiar With: - Rhino • Sketchup

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BONOBOS. Date: Fall 2012 Project Type: Individual Square Footage: 1,250

BONOBOS. BONOBOS.

Virtual meets Reality

Objective To communicate the BONOBOS brand and how their products are different. Design a modular pop-up store that has an eye catching display and incorporate technology. I accomplished this by using their values, power words from their Mission Statement and color scheme this will communicate what they stand for and their image. Signage and a cohesive layout will provide functionality and circulation for the customer to have an easy shopping experience. Software Implemented - Autodesk Revit 2013 - Adobe InDesign - Adobe Photoshop

STOREFRONT

1| Retail

CONCEPTIAL DIAGRAM

Personally Measured

BONOBOS

Hassle-Free

Simple Layout

Interactive

Workers find your size according to your measurments

Excellent Customer service

Technology

Profile Creation

Scan you items and a worker collects your items

CONCEPTUAL SKETCHS

GALLERY DISPLAY This gallery inspired store embraces the merging of art, design, retail, and technology.

DISPLAY OF PRODUCT


E-1 25' - 0"

CLOTHING STORAGE

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PACKAGING STATION

FITTING ROOM

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LOUNGE

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Flooring Armstrong: Laminate Rustic- Smoked Oak

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Date: Fall 2012 Project Type: Group Objective To develop a new design and concept for the Ritz Carlton of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. By space planning the public areas including lobby, lobby bar, bar grill, fine dinning, and spa. We also developed a new space plan and room layout for the guest spaces on the 10th floor.

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CLUB CHAIR

FINE DINING CHAIR

PUBLIC SPACES RENDERED FLOOR PLAN

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Create a functional environment with enhanced learning opportunities via encouraged socialization within the learning environment. According to research, students are in need of classrooms that reinvent teaching and learning methods. Combination of modernized technology within an excelling university creates endless opportunities for student creativity and collaboration.

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Objective Create a space to enhace a higher level of learning through color study, research, natural day lighting, and modernization of technology that can adapt to the changes of the future.

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Entrance Goals Promote the Possibilities of our Future, while Fostering Appreciation for history. Create, Collaborate, Connect, and Continue Develop an Environment that Stimulates the Brain for more Effective Learning. Create a Social Experience that Renders Beneficial Pier Interaction for Student Enrichment.

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COLOR PREFERENCES

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People are highly sensitive and react strongly to lights, colors, and sounds. Some known effects are changing respiratory rates, blood pressure, moods swings, mental clarity, and energy levels. If used correctly, lighting may stimulate cognitive development. Sound has the capability to increase productivity, but it can also be very detrimental to a personâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s concentration. These elements have a great impact on the learning environment. Applied thoughtfully, light, color and sound can be instrumental in shaping an environment that produces innovation.

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With overhead projectors and PowerPoint presentation lectures have created the critical need of higher technology in the classroom. Inventive technology as captured the attention of students while reinvigorating their learning experience. Research concludes, the idea is to provide an environment for students to work together on campus, across campus, across the state or globe. Animated conversations and collaboration via webcam, flat screen monitors and videos have provided students with the ability to multi task and develop projects to a significantly higher level.

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Students are faced with endless group projects in today’s curriculum. Professors encourage students to brainstorm and evaluate with peers via the World Wide Web. Students are encouraged to take advantage of the conveniences of wi-fi, portable modules, and media in this design. The prominent impact of technology is a strong design element in this historic building.

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While the classroom is evolving into a new and inventive style of learning, consideration of history as our greatest teacher should be taken. Through understanding design history, we are better able to discern the why’s and how’s of the world. This irreplaceable knowledge base enables us to avoid mistakes made previously and improve to more innovative ideas. Through this renovation, creating a forward thinking design is of utmost importance. However, this does not eliminate the historic presence of architecture. A renovation that is respectful to the historic nature of the building will only add value to the education provided in this space.

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Date: Spring 2012 Project Type: Individual Square Footage: 29,679

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Total Sq. Ft. Needed Per Space

Objective Design a space that focuses on specific issues of general offices and training centers. Also, to understand systems furniture selection and specification. Software Implemented - Autodesk Revit 2012 - Autodesk AutoCAD 2011 - Adobe InDesign CS4 - Adobe Illustrator CS4 - Adobe Photoshop CS4

Library HRD QMS Training T and T Training HPE HRA Training Center

1366 1590 3784 2699 2954 2611 14675

SQ.FT. TOTAL

29679

Stacking Diagram NEED Training Center 8,657

2nd

1st

HRA 2,811

Training Center

7,884

Library 1,780

HPE 3,117

T and T Training

3,472

16,570.00

16,648

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17,386.00 33,956.00

17,414 34,062

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QMS Training 4,250

NEED 2nd

1st

Training Center

HRA 2,611

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AVAILABLE DIFFERENCE

14,675

HPE 2,954

HRD 1,590

ADJACENCY DIAGRAM LEVEL 1

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HRD 1,985

Library 1,366

QMS Training 3,784

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14,675.00

16,648

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15,004.00 29,679.00

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2,699


OF-A 1308

OF-A 1309

OF-A 1310

OF-A 1311

OF-A 1312

OF-A 1223

OF-A 1222

OF-A 1221

OF-A 1220

OF-A 1219

OF-A 1218

OF-A 1217

OF-A 1216

OF-A 1215

OF-A 1214

OF-A 1213

Mobile Worker Bench

1212

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1307

11' 3" x 24' | $27,093.00 | 0WDMN8G0

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WS-E WS-E 1318 1319

WS-E 1320

WS-E 1325

WS-E WS-E 1326 1327

WS-E 1328

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WS-E 1244

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OF-A 1305

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WS-E 1316

WS-E 1321

WS-E WS-E 1322 1323

WS-E 1324

WS-D 1243

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1019

1023

1017 1018 1301 1303

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Answer- Benching System

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1200

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1015

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The Breakout Rooms provide a space for collaboration with other and also fills apart of the Training Center because of the use of glass walls around the entrance.

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Training Center, Library, T&T Training, QMS Training

Small Meeting/ Café 17' x 6' | $21,546.00 | W11XORXS

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Custom Fabric

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OF-A 2309

EE 6 Brochure Page 28 Closed 7' 6" x 7' 4 " | $14,579.00 | R1RV7W1Q

OF-A 2310

OF-A 2311

OF-A 2314

OF-A 2315

OF-A 2316

OF-A 2139

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EE6- Managers Offices

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2308

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2302 Corded 24" Technology Zone,

$1,063.00

$1,063.00

$1,083.00

2115 $1,083.00

$380.00

$380.00

$675.00

$675.00 2107

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WS-D 2120

WS-E WS-E 2125 2126

WS-E 2121

WS-E 2122

WS-E 2123

WS-E 2132

WS-E 2128

WS-E WS-E 2133 2134

WS-E 2129

WS-E 2130

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WS-E 2131

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$58.00

$58.00

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$650.00

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$650.00

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E6VZ36C

36" Technology Zone, Corded

2301

$725.00

$725.00

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Storage, 17-1/4X30X21-1/2, Open With File Drawer

$1,613.00

2002 $1,613.00

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E6PD173021G

Storage, 17-1/4X30X21-1/2, Open With File Drawer

$1,613.00

$1,613.00 2005

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E6PD163021P

Storage, 16-1/4X30X21-1/2, Open

$1,263.00

$1,263.00

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E6NM9021

Panel-Modesty, 90X21-1/2

1

E6MS179032S

Service Module, 17-1/4X90X32-1/4, With Slide Door

2100

Nomads Campfire 01 $865.00

$865.00

$4,531.00

$4,531.00

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$0.00

4' x 16' | $8,708.00 | WA3W1RSX

Training Center, HRA, HPE, HRD

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TS4TLT40

Campfire-Big Table,96X48X40,T

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TS4TPWRD

Campfire-1 Simplex/1 Data Per

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TS4TVWM40

Campfire-Vertical Wire Manage

Note: This specification is for budgetary purposes only. Varying finish grades and options will affect the prices shown. Please see an authorized Steelcase dealer to obtain actual pricing.

Total workstation list

$14,579.00

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RENDERING B

Mobile Worker Bench ISO View 11' 3" x 24' | $27,093.00 | 0WDMN8G0

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Starkville City Hall Date: Fall 2011 Project Type: Group Square Footage: 10,059

STARKVILLE CIT Y HALL

Objective Take an existing building and design a space that will become the new location for Starkville’s City Hall. We had to measure and draw the existing building. The goal was to make it not only function, but design an exterior that would bring the different styles of downtown together. Software Implemented - Autodesk Revit 2012 - Adobe InDesign CS4 - Adobe Illustrator CS4 - Adobe Photoshop CS4 STARKVILLE

Located at the head of Main Street, Starkville’s new City Hall brings a fresh addition to historic downtown Starkville. Home to the Mayor, Building Department, and City Clerk, this new facility provides a space to cater to the needs of the community. The color scheme, inspired by Mississippi’s state flower the Magnolia, contains hues of red, green, and white. In keeping with the traditional downtown architecture a Chicago Style brick accented with sage green stucco clad the new façade. The use of arches on the front exterior mimics the traditional styling seen throughout this historic town. This new City Hall sets a vision and brings new opportunities for the future of Starkville.

CIT Y HALL

Individual Responsibilities - Construct the Revit model for the entire class. Located build, at the and head of Main Street, - Design, render the exterior elevations. Starkville’s new City Hall brings a fresh - Assist with the space planning. addition to historic downtown Starkville. Home to the Mayor, Building Department, - Help select the furniture and finishes. and City Clerk, this new facility provides a space with to cater to the needs community. - Assist the finalof the board layout. The color scheme, inspired by Mississippi’s state flower the Magnolia, contains hues of red, green, and white. In keeping with the traditional downtown architecture a Chicago Style brick accented with sage green stucco clad the new façade. The use of arches on the front exterior mimics the traditional styling seen throughout this historic town. This new City Hall sets a vision and brings new opportunities for the future of Starkville.

STARKVILLE CITY HALL

RECEPTION RENDERING

RECEPTION AREA EAST ELEVATION SCALE: 1/8” = 1’-0”

STARKVILLE CITY HALL

EAST ELEVATION

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SECTION SCALE: 1/8” = 1’-0”

CARPET

WALL PAINT

ACCENT PAINT

TILE FLOORING

BOARD 3 OF 6

WEST ELEVATION

WEST ELEVATION SCALE: 1/8” = 1’-0”

N

BASEMENT RENDERED FLOOR PLAN SCALE: 1/8” = 1’-0”

D

SOUTH ELEVATION SOUTH ELEVATION SCALE: 1/8” = 1’-0” BOARD 2 OF 6

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D


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3. & 4. CREDENZA  

2. DESK

12. BOOKCASE

FURNITURE

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Mailboxes for Board of Alderman

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BOARD 5 OF 6

N

LEVEL 1 FLOOR PLAN LEVEL 1 FLOOR PLAN SCALE: 1/8” = 1’-0”

STARKVILLE

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                                                            RECEPTION AREA                                                                        

N

LOBBY SEATING

BOARD 4 OF 6

17| Corporate

DESIGN

 



VE DESIGN

LEVEL FLOOR PLAN LEVEL1 1RENDERED RENDERED SCALE: 1/8” = 1’-0” FLOOR PLAN


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RECEPTION AREA 55

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STARKVILLE

10

10

10

10 10

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12

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20 2 20

LEVEL 2 FLOOR PLAN LEVEL 2 FLOOR PLAN SCALE: 1/8” = 1’-0”

WEST ELEVATION SCALE: 1/8” = 1’-0”

N

SCALE: 1/8” = 1’-0”

4

12

20

LOBBY SEATING

SCALE: 1/8” = 1’-0”

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

BOARD 4 OF 6

N

LEVEL 2 RENDERED FLOOR PLAN SCALE: 1/8” = 1’-0” SECTION SECTION

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LOBBY SEATING LEVEL 2 FLOOR PLAN

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BOARD 6 OF 6

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N

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10 4

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CIT Y HALL

20



20

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20

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20

10

22

Collating Surface Storage Below

20

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10

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19

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Collating Surface Storage Below

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LEVEL22RENDERED RENDERED LEVEL FLOOR PLAN SCALE: 1/8”PLAN = 1’-0” FLOOR

V

BOARD 6 OF 6

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Date: Spring 2012 Project Type: Individual Square Footage: 2,633

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ight

Dr. Harrison

Objective Space plan and design an optometry office according to certain requirements in an existing building. Software Implemented - Autodesk Revit 2012 - Autodesk AutoCAD 2011 - Adobe InDesign CS4 - Adobe Illustrator CS4 - Adobe Photoshop CS4

RENDERING 2

Program Usable Square Footage Requirements

4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 A B C D E

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bl e SF SU BT ( = ot a q l as ua n A S Puf) tity F x bli c Da Ac yli ces g Pr ht/V s iva i ew c Pl y um bi n Sp g ec i al Eq ui p

PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS Designer: Emily Stark

i ty

Project: Optometrist Office

BUBBLE DIAGRAM Visual Fields

Exam 3

Special Considerations

Exam 2

EMPLOYEE SPACE Business Office

1

240

240

Lab

1

100

100

Receptionist

1

120

120

SUPPORT SPACE Waiting Room

1

200

200

Showroom/Fitting Area

1

350

350

120

Delivery and Adjustment

1

120

Contact lens Training Area

1

120

Visual Fields Exam Room Consultation Office Storage Single Restroom Total Assignable SF Circulation % __25____ Multiplier _.33___ Total Usable SF Req. Available Over/Under

1 3 1 1 1

120 120 120 80 50

Reqired

Work area for a bookkeeper and billing clerk.  General storage and patient records. 3" backsplash, shadow-free lighting, and hard  floor surface. Complete vision of the patient waiting room and  showroom.Transaction surfaces.

Storage 19 Linear feet of wall display and 8 linear feet of floor fixtures.

Storage, counter with sink, and mirrored-top fitting    tables (2' x 4')  120    5' length counter with storage 360    May become a futuer Exam Room 4 120   80 Hard surface flooring required  50  ADA 1,980 = Sum of SUBTotal ASF 653 = Line A x Circulation Multiplier

Important

19| Institutional

Detrimental X

Exam 1

Consultation Office

Lab

Waiting Room

Restroom

Receptionist

120

2,633 = A + B 2,442 Space Availale in theprosepctive project space -191 = D - C (positive means extra space, negative means needs more space 

Contact Lens Training

Showroom/Fitting Area

Business Office


Contact & Delivery

Exam Room 2

Visual Fields

Exam Room 3

Restroom Consultation Room Exam Room 1 Lab

Showroom & Fitting room

Business Office Storage Waiting Room

Receptionist

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1 2

B 1 7

N

FLOOR PLAN

A 2 7

SECTION A

ENTRANCE

21| Institutional

SHOWROOM

HALLWAY

BUSINESS OFFICE

HALLWAY

CONSULTATION OFFICE


Lighting Legend Exit Sign Sprinkler Head 6" Dimable Recessed Can 2' x 2' Troffer Light 24" x 24" Supply 24" x 24" Return

General Notes

- Ceiling grid is continuos throughout the space at 9'. - Ceiling Cloud is at 8'.

Ceiling Cloud

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LAB

HALLWAY

SHOWROOM

RECEPTIONIST

WAITING AREA

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PARTITION TYPES

RENDERING 1

23| Institutional


DIMENSIONED FLOOR PLAN

P1

P2

P3

F1

F2

Finish Legend

Sherwim Williams Downy SW7002

Sherwim Williams Wool Skein SW6148

Sherwim Williams Clary Sage SW6178

InterfaceFLOR Matrix/Browser

Parterre Flooring Hardcore/Fresco Media

P- Paint F- Flooring L- Laminate U- Upholstry C- Countertop G- Glass

L1

C1

G1

U1

U2

Treefrog Veneer Wenge 60704

Daltile Gales/Beige Z830

The Rudy Art Glass Studio Product#: PO5115T

Arc|Com Radiant/Island #5

Arc|Com Silverado/Moonstone #9

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Date: Fall 2011 Project Type: Individual Square Footage: 13,352 Objective To design a restaurant and office space located in Swedin based on its culture and design. The space includes warm colors and clean lines that express the modern life style that the Swedish people live. It also includes a coffee and pastry bar where people can indulge in specialty treats inspired from the surrounding regions. The office space is for the owners of the restaurant and includes three conference/ballrrom spaces for people to rent out. PATIO

Software Implemented - Autodesk Revit 2012 - Adobe InDesign CS4 - Adobe Illustrator CS4 - Adobe Photoshop CS4

INSPIRATION

25| Mixed-Use

EXTERIOR ENTERANCE

DINING ROOM


MATERIALS TRASH BAY

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT PRODUCT

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Patio Chair Fabric

Consultant Address Address Address Phone

Penny Tiles Daltile

Consultant Address Address Address Phone

DINING BOOTH

Consultant Address Address Address Phone

RESTAURAN 0' -

Consultant Terrace Espresso Tile Kimona Silk White Orchid Tile Address Address Daltile Daltile Address D

Phone

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Cheese Melter 24x48

24x36

24x48

G 24x36

COOLER 24x48

24x48

24x36

24x36

24x36

FREEZER

Consultant Address Address Address Phone

24x42

24x48

RENDERED FLOOR PLAN

BOOTH

LOUNGE CHAIR PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT PRODUCT

Placemat Fabric

Channeled Ceiling Armstrong Wood Works No.

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SECTION

DINING CHAIR

Exterior Facade Splitface Limestone

ODESK STUDENT PRODUCT

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ELEVATION

OWNER OFFICE

CONFERENCE ROOM

27| Mixed-Use

RECEPTION DESK

ACCOUNTANT BOOKCASE


MATERIALS

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Cabinet Door Inlay

EMES OFFICE CHAIR

Terrace Espresso Tile Daltile

LATERAL FILES

Lateral File Finish

RENDERED FLOOR PLAN

Desk Laminate

SECTION

1

Channeled Ceiling Armstrong Wood Works

Elevation 2 - d 1/4" = 1'-0"

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Aiken Eco-Village

Brasfield & Gorrie, LLC Student Design Competition Date: Fall 2012 Project Type: Group Objective To take the existing Mississippi State University apartment complex and repurpose it to be as sustainable as possible. This was a group project that was two weeks long and included the Interior Design, Architecture, and Building Construction Science Departments. Software Implemented - Autodesk Revit 2012 - Adobe InDesign CS4 - Adobe Illustrator CS4 - Adobe Photoshop CS4 Individual Responsibilities - Construct the Revit model and Site Plan - Design and build the interior spaces. - Assist with the space planning. - Select the furniture and finishes.

PUBLIC SPACE

29| Mixed-Use


PUBLIC SPACE

TYPICAL APARTMENT EXTERIOR

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ADA Apartment Building

2nd Floor

1st Floor

1 Bedroom ADA 1 Bedroom Apartment 2 Bedroom Apartment

31| Mixed-Use


Family Apartment Building

Family Housing

2nd Floor

1st Floor

3 Bedroom Apartment 1 Bedroom Apartment 2 Bedroom Apartment

RESIDENTIAL GREEN SPACE

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Graduate Apartment Building

2nd Floor

1st Floor

1 Bedroom Apartment 2 Bedroom Apartment

33| Mixed-Use


Retail/Business/Studio Apartment Building Studio Apartments

Studio Apartment (2nd floor) Green Space

Typical Retail & Business Space *Located on the 1st floor

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Restaurant/Grocery Store/Coffee Shop

Community Green Space Grocery Store Restaurant

Coffee Shop

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Restaurant Green Space ROOFTOP GREEN SPACE

Graduate Housing Family Housing Business/Mercantile

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Architectural Design II-A Date: Fall 2009

Objective Part 1 of this assignment was a group effort. We where given a plot of land located in Starkville and had to design a sudivision that would come into play in Part 2 of this assignment. After the groups submitted there ideas the teachers and students voted for the best design and my group was selected. For Part 2 we had to research and design a space that is inspired by an architect or famous architecture that was assigned to us and place the design in the subdivision that was choosen. My inspiration was the Josephine Baker House, designed by Adolf Loos, located in Paris, France. Software Implemented - Autodesk AutoCAD 2009 - Adobe InDesign CS4 - Adobe Photoshop CS4 Part 1 Individual Responsibilities - Assist in the space planning. - Draw the final site plan for our presentation.

37| Architectural Studies


JOSEPHINE BAKER HOUSE

SPACE ANALYSIS

STRUCTURE ANALYSIS

COMBINED ANALYSIS

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BASEMENT

FLOOR 2

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FLOOR 1

FLOOR 3


MODEL

SITE PLAN WITH HOUSE LOCATION

FLOOR 4

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ELEVATION AB

ELEVATION CD

SECTION AB

SECTION CD

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ELEVATION EF

SECTION EF

ELEVATION GH

SECTION GH

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Architectural Design II-B Date: Spring 2010

Objective Design a boat house that would be located in Noxubee Refuge, Mississippi. This boat house will store racing row boats and have a work space where they can make repairs. Medium - Hand drafted and rendered

SITE & FLOOR PLAN

43| Architectural Studies


SECTION & ELEVATION

PERSPECTIVE

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Furniture Design Date: Spring 2012

Exhausted to No End

Ernst Haeckel Inspiration

Traced the picture and then bent the surface.

Bent the surface more to try to create a seat.

Exhaustion... when one thinks of that word the image of one being slumped over comes to mind. By taking this concept I applied it to one of Ernst Haeckelâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s drawings. From Haeckelâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s image bio-mimicry and anthropomorphism come into play by manipulating what was in nature to something that takes on a human posture.

TOP VIEW

SIDE VIEW

Started over and just traced one area os the picture. Then copy and pasted the image. Bent two of them and then twisted two for the legs.

FRONT VIEW Bio-mimicry- I took the inspiration image and took 3 legs and bent them under the middle and then elongated the last leg and shaped it for the back. Anthropomorphic- I took the concept of the arched back of the picture to the left and then implied that curve to the image. Therefore, giving the chair a posture of exhaustion.

45| Product Design


Whatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s in a Chair? A chair is a multitude of symbols placed in one object. It can represent POWER, not only in its structure, but also in its use. It can also IDENTIFY a person and a time in HISTORY. This side chair represents unity in that it is apart of a set. It can also stand alone and therefore have a higher power aesthetically. A side chair can also identify a persons wealth. Like in the Victorian Era, the more chairs one had in a room the better off financially they were. It can also show a sense of equality if it was a part of a dining room table. Everyone at dinner would be in a seat just like it. As history progressed through the years technology changed. This chair not only brings together past design features it also incorporates manufacturing, which allows for more product to be produced in a shorter amount of time. By incorporating these three things, POWER, IDENTITY, and HISTORY, it can now bring up the idea of production and consumption. In today in age that is all we think about. How fast can we get it and when will we need to be replaced? I feel like this chair is a prime example of this because of how old the chair is and how surprising well it has held up through the years. It is a prime example of how POWER can be used. The idea of bringing HISTORY into the picture by using historical motifs and intuitive methods of assembly can help one IDENTIFY with how people perceived a chair in the past.

Left Elevation

Front Elevation

Right Elevation

Back Elevation

Top Elevation

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REPURPOSED Repurpose. Variation. Circular. These are aspects that create the chair Repurposed. During the design process the idea of a dome and the different sizes of a dome was what drove the design. As it evolved the dome was just used in the structure and seat. To include variation different sized washers took on the shape of the dome. This is also how the thought of repurposing comes in mind. Not only could this chair be made out of recycled washers it is also using this mechanical component to construct the chair in its entirety. It shows that an object can have more uses then the ones that were intended for it.

47| Product Design


SIDE CHAIR

ARM CHAIR FRONT VIEW

FINISHED PRODUCT

SIDE VIEW

HIGHTOP

Merging two styles of chairs, this chair creates its own unique style. It incorporates classical elements from both the Mid-Century Modern arm chair and the Queen Anne/Colonial Revival side chair. The low seat, high back, and curved base produce an original design. The combination of the various parts illustrates the concept of reuse. Integrating the seat, back, and stretchers from the arm chair and the legs and seat from the side chair into a new piece of furniture bring these worn-out pieces back to life.

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Hand Rendering Date: Summer 2011

49| Rendering


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Drawing I Date: Fall 2008

51| Creative Design


Design I

Date: Fall 2010

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Design II

Date: Spring 2011

53| Creative Design


Photography

Date: Fall 2012

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Starkville Academy Date: Fall 2012 Project Type: Group

Objective Starkville Academy is a private school that has been added on through the years. Tabor Construction asked me and another Interior Design student to design an exterior that would update and uniform the buildings on there campus. We also needed to create entrance singage that would better inform guest as to which building they may need to go to. Software Implemented - Autodesk Revit 2011 - Adobe InDesign CS4 - Adobe Illustrator CS4 - Adobe Photoshop CS4 Individual Responsibilities - Construct the Revit model for the entire class. - Design, build, and render the exterior elevations. - Assist with the space planning. - Help select the furniture and finishes. - Assist with the final board layout.

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Starkville Academy Site Plan Scale: 1â&#x20AC;? = 100â&#x20AC;&#x2122;


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