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Geneva Heschke interior design portfolio


CONTENTS OF THIS PORTFOLIO:

Kitchen Design RENOVATED, TRANSITIONAL DESIGN

Residential Design ACCESSIBLE, LUXURY CONDOMINIUM DESIGN

Commercial Retail Design MODERN, MEATPACKING DISTRICT NYC DESIGN

Commercial Restaurant Design SMALL TOWN PUB & BREWERY

Office Design OFFICE SPACE DESIGNED WHILE WORKING AT FACILITIES PLANNING, UNIVERSITY OF NORTHERN IOWA

Hand Renderings & Sketches HAND MASTERED RENDERINGS & SKETCHES

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TRANSITIONAL KITCHEN DESIGN RESIDENTIAL DESIGN

The design foundation of this kitchen is to renovate the existing traditional row house kitchen. The couple would like to ensure that the kitchen can serve as a place to host parties for their friends. They would like to keep traditional elements, but with the addition of contemporary features to ensure the design’s lifetime. Textures and natural colors were maintained through the space to perform to their needs. The area also needed a table for seating, desk space for bills and home organization, and space needed to house the appliances for their cooking needs. For the project requirements, we were also instructed to complete a 3D model of our kitchen. The model is at one-half scale, and uses the following materials: foam board, wood, cloth, foil, and markers for detailing.

Project Details: 4 weeks 275 Square feet

Junior Level Residential Design Studio

Programs Used: AutoCAD: Technical Drawings Adobe Photoshop: Presentation Boards Google Sketchup: 3D Model, Perspectives IRender: Perspectives Microsoft Word: Design Documentation, Specifications Microsoft Excel: Design Documentation, Specifications

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Kitchen Floor Plan 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Oven Cabinet; Double Extended Sub-Zero Over & Under Refrigerator 24” Viking Designer Dishwasher 21” Base Top-Mount Waste Basket Full Height 30” Wolf Gas Cooktop 36” Wolf Cooktop Wall Hood

No Specific Scale

7. Kraftmaid Furniture Wall Top 8. Desk Knee Drawer 9. Kohler Under mounted Stainless Steel Sink 10. Jenn-Air Wine Cooler 11. Double Refrigerator Drawers

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KITCHEN DESIGN

Perspective of Kitchen

Sub-Zero Over and Under Refrigerator

Daltile Glass Subway Backsplash Tile

Black Metal Pendant Light

American Granite Countertops

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KITCHEN DESIGN: 3D MODEL

Scale: ½=1’-0”

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ACCESSIBLE LUXURY CONDOMINIUM

RESIDENTIAL DESIGN

Many design projects possess constraints that the designer must work around and include in the project. Within this project each student was given a specific accessibility and then needed to design the space accordingly. The special need I designed for was Autism. Before even starting the floor plans, it took much research to even develop ideas of how to begin. Since Autism is a behaviorrelated need that requires special attention and routine, I developed the floor plan to be open. Also, precautions were taken in regards to safety. Locks were placed on all doors and cupboards, gates on all stairs, high railings, non-allergens in all textiles, and breakables at unreachable heights. The location is Chicago, so the space is designed with regards to the location. The space will be designed with a Transitional approach, but still functioning with the safety needs. Another part of the project was to create a furniture piece that would be included in the furniture selection for the condominium.

Project Details: 6 weeks 5,430 Square feet

Junior Level Residential Design Studio

Programs Used: AutoCAD: Technical Drawings Adobe Photoshop: Presentation Boards Google Sketchup: 3D Model, Perspectives IRender: Perspectives Microsoft Word: Design Documentation, Specifications Microsoft Excel: Design Documentation, Specifications

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FOYER LAUNDRY

WIC

MASTER BEDROOM

BEDROOM 1

WIC

LIVING ROOM

KITCHEN

DINING ROOM

First Floor Furniture Plan

No Specific Scale

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ACCESSIBLE LUXURY CONDOMINIUM

OFFICE

EXERCISE ROOM

PLAY AREA

LIVING AREA BEDROOM 2

BEDROOM 3 BALCONY

Second Floor Furniture Plan

No Specific Scale

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Perspective of Living Area

In Mod Armour Chair

Daltile Custom Backsplash

In Mod Simena Upholstery

In Mod EuroMod Dining Chair

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ACCESSIBLE LUXURY CONDOMINIUM

Perspective of Kitchen

In Mod Urban Console Table

Modani Savina Day Bed

In Mod Sono Dresser

CB2 Bolla Carbon Sofa

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Perspective of Living Room

Perspective of Glass Staircase

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ACCESSIBLE LUXURY CONDOMINIUM

Custom Furniture Piece The goal of this piece was to keep with the straight lines and transitional style that was continuous throughout their condominium. The furniture piece is constructed out of two by four inch wood planks. I also stained the piece. The piece was thought out to be custom piece that would not take very long to manufacture in large amounts.

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RETAIL

COMMERCIAL DESIGN

This project’s goal was to create a space that welcomes clients and employees into a very refined, contemporary, and eclectic space. All of the finishes and materials are inspired by the fashion designer’s collections. The space takes a backdrop effect as the clothing is the focus of the space. The space also coordinates the historical design of the existing space, while including contemporary, industrial, and eclectic styles. The location is the Meatpacking District of New York City, New York. This area is known for its historically prominent buildings. The designer that will be showcased in this space is Jason Wu. His clothing collections are eclectic and modern designs that include coordinating patterns and bright colors.

Project Details: 5 weeks 10,050 Square feet

Junior Level Commercial Design Studio

Programs Used: AutoCAD: Technical Drawings Adobe Photoshop: Presentation Boards Google Sketchup: 3D Model, Perspectives IRender: Perspectives Microsoft Word: Design Documentation, Specifications Microsoft Excel: Design Documentation, Specifications

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REFRESHMENTS BREAK ROOM

STORAGE

CASH WRAP OFFICE

WINDOW DISPLAY HANDBAG AREA

MAIN STREET ENTRANCE

MAIN SEASONAL DISPLAY

SHOE SHELVING

DISCOUNT AREA

WOMEN’S MEN’S RESTROOM RESTROOM

FITTING ROOM

LIT CLOTHING DISPLAY

SIDE STREET ENTRANCE

Rendered Floor Plan of Jason Wu Showroom

FITTING ROOM DRESSING ROOM AREA VIEWING ROOM

FITTING ROOM FITTING ROOM

ALTERATION ROOM

No Specific Scale

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COMMERCIAL DESIGN: RETAIL

Reflected Ceiling Floor Plan of Jason Wu Showroom No Specific Scale

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Perspective of Entry Lighted Showcase

Mitchell Gold & Bob Williams Rebecca Sofette

Aqua Gallery Rotini Pendant Light

Mitchell Gold & Bob Williams Sadie Chair

Allen Display Round Rack

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COMMERCIAL DESIGN: RETAIL

Perspective of Dressing Room Area

Mitchell Gold & Bob Williams Duncan Cocktail

Bright Chair Calvin Sectional

Capel Flair Rug

Shaw Contract Distressed Hardwood Charcoal

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Perspective of Cash Wrap Desk

Perspective of Clothing Showcase

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RESTAURANT COMMERCIAL DESIGN

To design a restaurant that is located in Bandon, Oregon along the ocean on the West Coast. This is a high interest tourist town and is very well known for its’ fresh catch of food. Along with designing a restaurant I wanted to also incorporate a small brewery. The brews are served in the restaurant and are sold at other distinct locations. The pub & brewery is named after the Historic Old Town of Bandon. The design features include rustic hardwoods, natural colors, wall stone, wall brick, reclaimed wood tables and bar, traditional textiles, double-sided fireplace, and a private meeting room. The target customer market are those who are laid back and are looking for a pleasant atmosphere to enjoy fresh catches and brews. The kitchen area of this space, will be designed by a different designer with more knowledge on what needs to go into a commercial kitchen.

Project Details: 7 weeks 5,520 Square feet

Junior Level Commercial Design Studio

Programs Used: AutoCAD: Technical Drawings Adobe Photoshop: Presentation Boards Google Sketchup: 3D Model, Perspectives IRender: Perspectives Microsoft Word: Design Documentation, Specifications Microsoft Excel: Design Documentation, Specifications

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OFFICE STORAGE KITCHEN TO BE DESIGNED BY OTHER

BREWERY AREA MEN’S RESTROOM

WOMEN’S RESTROOM

EXTERIOR DECK

PRIVATE ROOM DOUBLE SIDED FIREPLACE

BAR

RECEPTION AREA

BOOTH SEATING

WAITING AREA

Floor Plan of Old Town No Specific Scale

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COMMERCIAL DESIGN: RESTAURANT

Reflected Ceiling Floor Plan of Old Town No Specific Scale

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Elevation of Bar

Elevation of Back Wall

No Specific Scale

No Specific Scale

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COMMERCIAL DESIGN: RESTAURANT

3D Model of Old Town Pub & Brewery

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Perspective of Booth Seating

Sandler Seating Dining Chair Upholstery: Carnegie

Table Topics BarnBoard Table Top

Armstrong Copper Tin Ceiling Tile

LBC Classic Black Metal Pendant Shade

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COMMERCIAL DESIGN: RESTAURANT

Perspective of Booth Seating

Perspective of Lounge Seating and Fireplace

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Perspective of Private Room Entrance

Perspective of Table Seating

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COMMERCIAL DESIGN: RESTAURANT

Perspective of Bar Area

Granite Countertops Unlimited

Live Edge Design Custom Wood Bar Top

Sandler Seating Barstool Upholstery: Black Leather

Shaw Contract Hardwood Flooring

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OFFICE PROJECT

UNIVERSITY OF NORTHERN IOWA

The employees in this area of Gilchrist Hall wanted to add more permanent offices in the area, change the reception desk, add temporary offices, and also move employees around within the space. All of the panels for this project are from Herman Miller Action Office II. All of the surfaces and storage units are also from Herman Miller. Many of the panels that were configured in the old space were reused in the existing space. I also used panels from The University of Northern Iowa’s surplus of panels. If there were any existing panels or surfaces that were not accounted for, then this area purchased them to complete the space. There was also an architect working on this project along the lead designer and I, due to the walls being removed and added in certain areas.

Project Details: 10 Month Project Facilities Planning Student Interior Designer

Programs Used: AutoCAD AutoCAD-Design Express

Drawings are used with the permission of The University of Northern Iowa

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OFFICE PROJECT

Floor Plan of Registrars Office Before: Gilchrist Hall April 2012

No Specific Scale

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OFFICE PROJECT

Floor Plan of Registrars Office After: Gilchrist Hall March 2013

No Specific Scale

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HAND RENDERING CONCEPT OF DESIGN

Learning how to render by hand is a very fundamental step in learning the basics of rendering. In class we were taught how to build up on the marker depth and show how to create texture within the rendering. Also, using colored pencils and white gel pens helped add more depth to certain renderings. Another project that I did in class was a stippling project. I used five different fine line marker sizes to vary the depths and create different objects within the photo.

Project Details: Sophomore Level Design Studio

Materials Used: Prisma Markers White Gel Pen Black Permanent Fine Line Markers Colored Pencils Marker Paper

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HAND RENDERINGS

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HAND RENDERINGS

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STIPPLING

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THANK YOU. For viewing my portfolio. CALL or EMAIL REGARDING ANY QUESTIONS.

712.299.3609 g.heschke@gmail.com

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Interior Design Portfolio  

An Interior Design Portfolio that was completed with projects from my Undergraduate degree at the University of Northern Iowa

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