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Felicia Martin


Felicia Martin


Resume EDUCATION Bachelor Science of Interior Design Program accredited by Council of Interior Design Accredidation Mississippi State University, Starkville, MS Graduation: August 2018 Major GPA: 3.34/4.0

Associates of Arts of Interior Design Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College, Perkinston, MS Graduation: August 2015 Major GPA: 3.4/4.0 ORGANIZATIONS AND ACTIVITIES Member, ASID Student Chapter, 2015- Present Member, Phi Theta Kappa, 2013-Present Member, Perkettes Dance Team 2013-2015 Captain, 2014-2015 Member, Residence Halls National Honorary, 2014-2015 Resident Assistant, 2014-2015 Bulldogs Club, 2014-2015

COMPUTERSKILLS SKILLS COMPUTER REVIT PHOTOSHOP AUTOCAD INDESIGN ILLUSTRATOR RHINO SKETCH-UP MICROSOFT OFFICE

COMMUNITY SERVICE - Volunteer, Habitat for Humanity, 2015- Present - Volunteer, The Big Event, 2016 - Volunteer, Haunter House, 2013-2015 - Volunteer, A Christmas Miracle,

RELATED COURSES Color and Lighting for Interiors Construction Detailing Environments for Special Needs Furniture Design Hand Rendering Photography Portfolio Professional Practice

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WORK EXPERIENCE Dance Coach | Choreographer -Heritage Academy, June 2017- Present -Oversee Routines, and practices for junior varisty teams -Develop and form new dance team -Teach Technique and sportsmanship

CertiďŹ ed Trainer

-Newks Eatery, Starkville, MS, July 2015- Present -Ensure staff are properly trained in Newks values and procedures -Maintian store upkeep and organization -Utilize Newks Cares System -Prepare items in timely manner

Dance instructor -The Edge Dance Center, August 2016- January 2017 -Choreographed competition routines -Facilitated and directed children to their classrooms -Created fun and unique ways to teach technique and skills

AWARDS 3rd Place, Brassield & Gorrie Student Design Competition, 2017 * Interdisciplinary design competition Dean’s List, 2015

CONTACT ME (228) 343-5655 feliciamartin0117@gmail.com 1087 Stark Rd, Apt. 12D, Starkville, MS, 39759

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Table of Contents


Hospitality/

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Corporate/

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Institutional/

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Healthcare/

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Construction Detailing/

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Creative/

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Hospitality


PROJECT -To develop a better understanding of hospitality design through the redesign of a 18 level boutique hotel. -The project concept derives from the location the project is based. -The project contains a lobby, lobby bar, hotel restaurant, spa, guestrooms, and suites, and a rooftop bar and grill.

CONCEPT -The Van Alen is a luxury boutique hotel inspired by the Art Deco design period of the 1920s. -The Van Alen is located in New York City. -The Van Alen is named after the architect William Van Alen, who designed the Chrysler Building.

SOLUTION -Bar derived from the Mercury train car. -Spa derived for Joseph Alexandria Csaky, Deux igures. -Guestrooms derived from Georges Lapape, Vogue Magazine covers. - Rooftop bar and grill derived from F. Scotts Fitzgerald, The Great Gatsby.

Lobby/ Restaurant/ Spa

Lobby Bar View

Materials

Rooftop Rendering

Duration: 6 Weeks | Team Project | 32,000 Sq. Ft.| Multiple Level Conceptual Images

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Reception Desk View

The Van Alen is a high-end boutique hotel with Art Deco design inluences. The iconic art deco skyscraper, The Chrysler Building, designed by architect William Van Alen, inluenced this design style. A variety of 1920’s artists, designers, architects, authors, and inventors inspired concepts of each area of the hotel.

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Materials

Booth Seating View

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Spa Pool View

Alexandria Relaxation and Spa was inluenced by the work of Joseph Alexandria Csaky. Csaky was a famous sculptor and artist during the 1920’s. The Spa materials were derived from his most famous sculpture, Deux Figures.

Conceptual Images

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Restaurant View

The restaurant, The Mercury, is designed after the steamliner train called the Mercury. Built in the 1920’s from dated heavyweight cars. The interior consisted of carpeting, sealed windows, and indirect lighting. The exterior has an art deco design and was a shade of blue which is seen at the Mercury restaurant.

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Materials

Guestroom Floorplan

Conceptual Images

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Guestroom View

Guestroom View

Hallway Elevation

The guest level is inspired by Georges Lepape, a French illustrator in the 1920’s and 30’s who designed fashion illustrations for Vogue Magazine. Each room contains different covers from issues of Vogue of Lepape’s work. The rooms have deep velvet colors to represent the rich colors used in the fashion. The Van Alen wants to give guests

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Sitting Lounge with ire pits

Raised, Central Bar

Custom Booth Seating

Bar

Mezzanine Bar

Performace Stage

Private, Rentable cabanas

Rooftop Floorplan

Mezzanine Floorplan

Garden Seating

Conceptual Images

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Rooftop Bar View

Mezzanine View Rooftop Bar View

Handmade Model

The Fitzgerald Rooftop Bar and Grill is inspired by the author, F. Scott Fitzgerald. His greatest novel, The Great Gatsby. Various seating arrangements are provided along with multiple bars, private pergolas, gardden area, and a mezzanine with a musical stage. This atmosphere is a perfect representation of an infamous Gatsby Party.

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PROJECT -Given a speciic country, Create a restuarnt based off the culture and cutsoms - Research traditions, and customs

CONCEPT - Given Country: Morocco - Chosen City: Marrakech - Family Orientation - Traditional Moroccan values

Entrance Elevation

SOLUTION

Materials

Banquette View

- Round Tables to avoid obstruction - Tea Bar instead of a normal bar due to public intoxication laws - Variety of seating options to accomodate all family sizes

Rendered Floorplan

Banquette Elevation

Duration: 4 Weeks |Partner Project | 7,000 Sq. Ft.| Single Level Conceptual Images

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Private Dining View

The combination of elaborate arches and draperies draws the eyes upwards to the dominate presence of intricate, Moroccan lanterns hanging from the ceiling. The combination of these elements work together to emphasize the vertical height in the space

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FURNITURE LEGEND NUMBER

DESCRIPTION

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2' W, 1'7"H, 2' D

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Custom Benches in Private Dining

26' L, 1'6" H

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Coalesse - Visalia two seat bench

1'10" W, 1'4 21"H, 3'8" D

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CUSTOM DINING CHAIR

1'3" Seat H, 1'5 25 32" 1 W, 3' 3 256 H

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LexMod Drive

5' Diameter, 2'6"H

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Bentwood Backless Bar Stool

2' 5 3/4" H, 1'7" W

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Lexmod Drive

3' Diameter, 2'6"H

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LexMod Drive

2'6" H, 1'6" Radius, 10" Base Radius

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Custom Table

60" D, 1' Base Radius, 2'6" H, 2'6" Radius

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Custom Crescent Booth

4' H, 1'3" Seat Height, 9'8" L

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17.7" H, 29" W, 1' 10" Custom Mango top W Wood Coffee Table

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17 17 8' 0 128 " L, 4' 0 128 " W, 3' H

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Zinc Farm Trestle Table

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Custom Hostess Stand

12' L, 3'6" H, 1'9

137 256"

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Custom Bar

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Custom Floating Shelves

11' 6 81" L, 2' W

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Custom Shelves

4' 2 63 64" H

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Custom Bar Back

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Custom Bench Seating

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Custom Small Benches

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Custom Bench

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4'4" L, 1'6" H, 2'2" W

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L, 2'2" W, 1'6" H

Hostess Station 575 Sq. ft. Main Dining 3478 Sq. ft. Back of House 1963 Sq. ft. Tea Bar 443 Sq. ft. Outdoor Dining 1044 Sq. ft.

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L, 2' W, 1'6" H

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Private Dining 733 Sq. ft.

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25' 5 21"L, 2'6" W 10'1 19 32" L, 2'6"W

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Color Coded Legend

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Restaurant Floorplan

Conceptual Images

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Dining Room View

Tea Bar View The tables are predominantly round throughout the space to increase audible and visual communication. In addition to round tables, a tea bar is a apart of the dining experience. The tea bar is surrounded with warm colors, and wooden decorative elements for the authentic Moroccan experience.

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Corporate


PROJECT - Create an Ofice space for OFS employees to work and showcase OFS products - Create a lexible and functional space based on their wants and needs

CONCEPT - Taking concept from covered bridges - Bridging the gaps to work together - Natural light to promote well-being

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- Keeping departments close together for optimal communication - Line workstations along windows for natural light - Provide break- away spaces for group

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FLOORPLAN 11 1

Reception

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CEO Ofice

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Break-Away

Locker Storage

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Engineers

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Breakroom

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Design Resources

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Virtual Reality

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Marketing

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Order Entry

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Boardroom

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Customer Service

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Credit

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Team Leader

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Hoteling

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Vice President

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Board-Meeting

Global

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Mail Room

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Rendered Floorplan

Duration: 3 Weeks |Partner Project | 17,000 Sq. Ft.| Single Level Conceptual Images

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Order Entry View

Using OFS furniture it created customized benching systems to meet the needs of the employees. Using glass panels it allowed natural light to low through the space, and allowed employees viewing access to team leaders.

Corporate

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Boardroom Elevation

Virtual Reality Elevation

Conceptual Images

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Break-Away Space

Virtual Reality View

Materials Providing a Virtual Reality space for employees, allow for mental breaks to promote wellbeing. Break- away spaces lets employees work away for their desks or collaborate in a more private space.

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Institutional


PROJECT

CONCEPT - Pod spaces to breakup sound and trafic - Clerestory window to provide internal daylight - Community involvement

SOLUTION - Put Pods on opposite corners to diffuse sound - Create an auditorium to house an assembly space for community and students

Site Plan

Conceptual sketch of a clerestory window

Conceptual Sketches

- Remodel a local middle school to provide suficent space for incoming students - Create better paths of wayinding for students - Create lexible classrooms

Conceptual sketch of Exterior View Conceptual Floorplan

Materials

Exterior Rendering

Duration: 2 Weeks |Interdisciplinary Project | 44,000 Sq. Ft.| Multiple Level Conceptual Images

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Library View

A large open library provides optimal vision to ensure student safety. Clerestory windows allow for optimal lighting to the interior hallways. Durable materials provide long lasting use of furniture and inishes.

Institutional

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Clerestory windows provide light into upstairs classroom. Glass windows provide light into interior hallways

Flexible classrooms for tutoring and outside instructors

Auditorium has seats for students, and community members

Main office

Pods to seperate children classrooms Second Level Floorplan

First Level Floorplan

Conceptual Images

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Entrance View

Classroom View Flexible classrooms, and variety of seating options allow for change. Updated technologies provide eficient learning for students and teachers to utilize the fast growing technologies and advanced learning techniques.

Institutional

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Healthcare


PROJECT - Design a medical ofice space - Use Steelcase furniture to furnish the ofices and exam rooms - Incorporate ways to use technology

CONCEPT - State: Washington - Inspiration: Mt. Rainier - Natural Materials for stone and wood effects - Promote wellbeing

SOLUTION - Check out in rooms for faster clinic times - Height Adjustable desks - Demonstration kitchen for community involement

Nomadic Zone Resource Zone Social Zone Meeting Zone Present Zone

Spacial Plan

Work Station Elevation

Demonstration Kitchen Elevation Duration: 4 Weeks |Individual Project | 11,300 Sq. Ft.| Single Level Conceptual Images

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Work Cafe View

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The breakroom is used for the staff and the public to enjoy. The kitchen is used to hold food demostrations, to promote healthy eating, as well as to demonstrate prepared meals.

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Rendered Floorplan

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Rendered Floorplan

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Legend

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1. Reception Lobby 2. Treatment Rooms 3. Ofices 4. Workstations 5. Work Cafe 6. Laundry 7. Classrooms

8. Phone Rooms 9. Conference Rooms 10. Massage Rooms 11. Consultation Room 12. Research Lab 13. Mothers Room

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Conceptual Images

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Workstation View

Reception View DN

Work stations provide an eficient work environment, stimulating to the staff. Height adjustable desks are provided for optimal function and performance.

Healthcare UP DN

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Construction Detailing


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Construction Detailing

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Construction Detailing

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Creative


Drawing 1

Design 1

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Design 2

Design 2

Creative

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Hand Rendering

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Hand Rendering

Creative

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Thank You CONTACT ME (228) 343-5655 feliciamartin0117@gmail.com 1087 Stark Rd, Apt. 12D, Starkville, MS, 39759


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