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EVE HORSTMANN DESIGN P O R T FOL I O


CONTENTS

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vegeTA BLE

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UW C red it Union

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Ist hmus

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Hor se Bar n

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Hand Render ing

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Neon P roject s

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Global Exper ience


vegeTABLE Restaurant & Bar

TYP E

SIZ E L OCATION

Hospitality Design

15,000 S.F.

“North Loop” Warehouse District - Minneapolis, MN

MI S SI O N STATE M E N T

vegeTABLE’s mission is happiness and health through food. Globally-inspired vegetarian dishes prepared using local organic ingredients support the health and sustainability of people and the planet. Find happiness by enjoying food and drink in a fresh escape from everyday life.

D E S I G N CON CE P T

vegeTABLE’s design draws inspiration from the North Loop’s lumber and grain milling history and from the restaurant’s mission. Original brick walls, wood columns, and exposed ceilings highlight the structural integrity of the host warehouse, constructed in 1885. Wood, much of it reclaimed, honors a once prized commodity. Metal and stone also harken back to the city’s industrial past. Natural light, lush foliage, and the color green reflect the transparency of vegeTABLE’s commitment to sustainable food practices. The greenhouse grows connections between the eater and the food and between guests, resulting in fulfilling and memorable experiences.

R E C O GN ITION

Won Hospitality/Retail 1st Place Award of the 2018 IIDA Wisconsin Chapter Student Design Competition.

JUICE BAR LOUNGE


CONCEPT DEVELOPMENT


BACK OF HOUSE - N.I.C.

FLOOR PLAN

EGRESS

EGRESS

RESTROOMS ELEVATORS INDOOR DINING EGRESS COAT CHECK PRIVATE DINING

GREENHOUSE DINING LOUNGE

HOST EGRESS ENTRY

REFLECTED CEILING PLAN

FULL BAR & LOUNGE

COFFEE & JUICE BAR


GREENHOUSE FULL BAR


BOOTH HOUSES

BANQUETTE DINING


GREENHOUSE DINING


UW Credit Union E-Commerce Center TYP E

SIZ E L OCATION D E S I G N CON CE P T

R E C O GN ITION

Corporate Design

12,000 S.F.

Shorewood Hills - Madison, WI

The UW Credit Union E-Commerce Center redesign is inspired by State Street, a bustling pedestrian mall located in the heart of Madison, WI. The space’s functions are allocated using urban planning blocks and intersections. Four blocks of open workstations, separated in half by a central block of private offices and rooms, accommodate individual work. Intersections, including the work cafe, ideation center, breakout zones, and walkstations foster group work, respite, and social interaction. Material selections complement the credit union’s established brand while giving the e-commerce center a contemporary urban identity. Ultimately, the design of UWCU creates a uniquely spirited work environment where employees feel supported and valued.

Featured in Design 2017, a juried show in the School of Human Ecology’s Ruth Davis Design Gallery. ATRIUM


CONCEPT DEVELOPMENT


RESTROOMS N.I.C. ELEVATOR

TRAINING

KITCHEN

FLOOR PLAN

EGRESS

EGRESS IDEATION

LOCKERS

WORK CAFE

BREAKOUT

LOCKERS

ATRIUM

OPEN OFFICES

OPEN OFFICES PRIVATE OFFICES

WALK STATIONS

REFLECTED CEILING PLAN

BREAKOUT


WORK CAFE


BREAKOUT ZONE INTERNET COMPUTERS

PRIVATE OFFICES EXECUTIVE LOUNGE


IDEATION CENTER BREAKOUT ZONE


isthmus Hotel TYP E

SIZ E

Hospitality Design

90,000 S.F.

L OCATION

“Pioneer Square” Historic Neighborhood - Seattle, WA

D E S I G N CON CE P T

Inspired by the geography of its namesake, Isthmus Hotel (representing a narrow strip of land) links visitors and locals (representing two larger bodies of land) together and with Seattle’s vibrant culture. Housed in the Globe Building constructed in 1891, historic architecture meets contemporary furnishings in a color palette plucked from Seattle’s geographic location. Boasting relaxing suites, welcoming public spaces, and the best coffee and brunch in Pioneer Square, Isthmus is the perfect man-made landmark to naturally form new connections and lasting memories.

HOTEL SUITE


CONCEPT DEVELOPMENT


SPA

FITNESS

PUBLIC SPACES FLOOR PLAN

W/C EVENT SPACE

BACK OF HOUSE

TERRACE BUSINESS LOUNGE CAFE

ELEVATORS RESTROOMS

LOUNGE

PRIVATE OFFICES CHECK IN

LOBBY LOUNGE

BAR LOUNGE

ADA SUITE FLOOR PLAN

ENTRY

BATHROOM

LIVING ROOM

BEDROOM

OPEN CLOSET

KITCHEN DESK

STORAGE


BAR LOUNGE


CHECK-IN DESK

LOUNGE TERRACE


CAFE COFFEE BAR


Horse Barn

Residences & Conference Center TYP E

SIZ E L OCATION D E S I G N CON CE P T

Adaptive Reuse Design

30,000 S.F.

University of Wisconsin - Madison

The vision for the historic Horse Barn is to transform it into an adaptive public and residential reuse building that allows international faculty, scholars, and artists to live semi-permanently and work at the university. Universal Design principles embrace the needs of each and every user. An eclectic style pays homage to the barn’s heritage, while integrating the design aesthetics of all visitors. Wood and Cream City brick repurposed from the barn combines with mid-century and exotic furnishings. Vintage inspired plumbing and lighting fixtures add a whimsical touch. The Horse Barn is anyone’s home away from home for a single day or for multiple months.

LOBBY


1ST STORY FLOOR PLAN

2ND STORY FLOOR PLAN


APT 3 LIVING ROOM

APT 3 KITCHEN & DINING ROOM


HAND RENDERING Visual Communication

RENDERING ON COLORED PAPER


RENDERING FROM PHOTO


NEON

Light as Sculpture I. TITLE

I . O BJE CTIV E I . R E C O GN ITION

II. TITLE I I . O B JE CTIV E

vegeTABLE

Reinvent existing work using neon.

Part of “Balance,” the 2018 UW-Madison Biennial Neon Light Show, featuring the work of student artists from UW-Madison, Alfred University, Brooklyn Glass, SAIC School of the Art Institute of Chicago, and professional artists from the midwest.

Moon

Create a project reflecting the course’s semester theme, balance.

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CHINA

Global Experience L O C ATION S

DU RATION O BJE CTIV E

Shanghai, Suzhou, Chengdu, & Beijing, China

4 Weeks - Summer Term 2016

A University of Wisconsin - Madison Design Studies program gave me the opportunity to study abroad in China. I gained an understanding of public health, well-being, and traditional design through site visits, lectures by program leader Professor Wei Dong, and conversations with local experts in their respective fields. By experiencing the culture firsthand, I gained new perspectives that will forever impact my life and design work.


KENYA

Global Experience L O C ATION S

DU RATION O BJE CTIV E

Nairobi, Tumutumu, Gatunga, & Machakos, Kenya

3 Weeks - Winter Term 2016

Another Design Studies program through the University of Wisconsin - Madison allowed me to spend a winter break visiting remote villages in Kenya. I learned about sustainable agriculture and food security in Tumutumu and Machackos. I advocated for the dissemination of health education and support in Gatunga. By living with host families, I fully immersed myself in Kenyans’ daily routines and culture. My time in Kenya further expanded my understanding of the world.


EVE HORSTMANN eveshorstmann@gmail.com / 612-590-2246 / linkedin.com/in/eve-horstmann

E D U C AT I O N University of Wisconsin-Madison September 2014 - May 2018 B.S. - Interior Architecture Dean’s Honor List

STUDY ABROAD Community & Health Development Nairobi, Tumutumu, Gatunga, & Machakos, Kenya Winter Break 2016 Public Health, Environmental Studies, & Design Shanghai, Suzhou, Chengdu, & Beijing, China May - June 2016

RECOGNITION 2018 IIDA-WI Student Design Competition 1st Place Hospitality/Retail Award Design 2015, 2016, & 2017 Three projects featured in juried shows in the UW-Madison Ruth Davis Design Gallery

I N V O LV E M E N T Phi Upsilon Omicron Nu Chapter Honor Society Member University of Wisconsin-Madison January 2016 - May 2018 IIDA National Student Member September 2015 - Present

EXPERIENCE STUDIO INTERN bdh+young interiors | architecture / Edina, MN / May - August 2017 Assisted Studio Manager operate design studio. Organized resource library. Met with product representatives to learn about new releases. Ordered samples for designers. Assembled presentation boards and finish boards. Completed furniture and accessory installs at multi-family housing projects. DESIGN INTERN FARO Creative / September 2016 - May 2017 Collaborated with Stephanie Coffaro, a remote interior and graphic designer. Curated design trend image boards. Created and developed design concepts. Wrote design blog posts. Sourced furniture, linens, and accessories from European manufacturers for a Paris apartment refurnishing. TREASURER Interior Design Student Org / Madison, WI / September 2016 - May 2018 Assisted with communication between officers and members. Managed org’s bank account. Coordinated funds’ allocation. Co-organized annual firm tour trip. INSTRUCTOR Board & Brush Creative Studio / Sun Prairie, WI / January 2016 - June 2018 Guided classes of clients through the process of creating custom wood signs. Provided prompt and friendly service fulfilling clients’ drink orders.

SKILLS Architecture & Modeling Revit, AutoCAD, AutoCAD Architecture, Sketchup Graphic Design & Image Editing Adobe InDesign, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Photoshop Document Creation Microsoft Office, Adobe Acrobat Additional Skills Construction Documentation, Hand Rendering, Design Thinking


Eve H o r s t m a n n / 612.590.2246 / e ves hor st mann@gmail.com

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