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HALEY ECKENROD INTERIOR DESIGN


www.linkedin.com/in/eckenrod eckenrod@iastate.edu 319-242-1013 Ames, IA


ABOUT

My name is Haley Eckenrod and I am currently a senior majoring in Interior Design at Iowa State University. My future goals are to become WELL and EDAC certified and to work at a commercial design firm. My best qualities include: being a creative thinker, a collaborative team member, and possessing strong communication skills. I strive to create designs that are functional and aesthetically pleasing for users of the space. Outside of interior design, I enjoy pursuing creative hobbies, staying active in any way I can, being outdoors, and spending time with friends and family. In the fall of 2018 I was given the opportunity to study abroad in Rome for a semester. During my time there, I gained a deep love for travel and learned a great deal about design in the present and past.


TABLE OF CONTENTS

“Design is not just what it looks like and feels like. Design is how it works.” -Steve Jobs


retail project cafe project rendering styles retreat project technical drawings residential project office exercise workplace project drawings photography

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retail project

The site used for our retail design project was the Fendi store in Rome, Italy. This meant figuring out how to make displays work in narrow hallways and carefully considering the circulation of staff and potential costumers. We were paired up with students from a fashion school in Rome who were able to give feedback throughout the design process. These student’s work was bold and inspired by the urban environment. This meant designing a store that was sleek and edgy, but did not distract from the product. A futuristic approach to a retail store was what the clothing designers envisioned.

you hold in your hands, the future of the cityyou’ve walked the walk, you’ve seen the lightsso now it’s time to rule


Photoshop mood boards created from client’s designs


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URBN FT is a street wear brand designed for people who inspire to thrive in urban environments. Our designers, Sara and Andrea, came together to create a brand that merged practicality with style. They used forward thinking technology to complement their boundary pushing designs. They envision the brand excelling in major cities worldwide. Our designers were heavily inspired by different elements of the city and how people fit into the urban landscape. Elements such as bold color and the reflective quality of materials drove their work. Also taking inspiration from how people move through their daily routines, a durable yet highly fashionable brand was born. display off of main entrance


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showcase display

high end customer lounge


02 cafe

project

assigned painting for imspiration

For this project, we were given an existing room to design a cafe within. A challenge of this was designing in regards to set windows, doors, and columns. I space planned for different user’s needs and incorporated a variety of seating in order to create a space fit for large groups, individuals, and any size of group in-between.


learned how to use a laser cutter in order to produce a clean model


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photoshop +marker rendering In our first year in the interior design program, we learned how to render with markers and using Photoshop. I still use both of these methods when working on projects depending on what stage in the design process I am.


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project

One aspect of this project was to produce a floor plan neatly by hand. We were given a square footage range similar to that of a small house and had to come up with a floor plan that would be suitable for a one quest


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residential project

Our residential project had a site location of Serenbe, Georgia. We were tasked with designing a home within a small lot that fit in well with the surrounding community. My client wanted multiple seating areas, a large kitchen and dining room to host guests, and connections to outside. Other wants of the client included a terrace and a workout studio. This project challenged me to think through many relationship diagrams in order to use the space and square footage as efficiently as possible while satisfying the wants and needs of the client.

block diagrams to work through layouts


• great outdoor views from living room • connection between dining room + kitchen • smaller sitting area • tucked away office

level 1 floor plan


• large closet + bathroom suite • laundry close to bedroom • workout room + outdoor patio • guest bedroom

level 2 floor plan


master bath elevation


dining room


living room


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office exercise In this exercise, we were given a company and were to pick out fabrics and furnishes for their office. Staying on brand for the company was a large goal of this exercise as well as picking furniture from a variety of manufacturers.


casual workspace


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workplace project

logo design for company

A workplace where people can make choices. The wellbeing of the people who reside within the office will be enhanced by providing spaces that support a range of physical, acoustical, and emotional needs. Employees will have the freedom to adapt their environment as they see fit, now and in the future. They will be able to work how they want and where they want- all while staying connected to technology and others in the office. “The Power to Shape Your Environment�

inspiration images


• lounge • relaxation

• privacy • focused

• ergonomic • mobile

• power connected • standing height

sketches of key furniture choices


medium conference room

medium conference room

waiting area

patio #1

patio #2 wellness room

phone/quiet room phone/quiet room

resource center

work cafe phone/quiet room

open office

phone/quiet room shared private office

huddle rooms

huddle rooms

shared private office

shared private office

shared private office

connect zone

large conference room

VR/client zone

waiting area

spatial relationship diagram


upholstery + wall coverings

flooring + finishes color scheme


RESIDENT ZONE

NOMADIC ZONE

MOVE

SIT

STAND

LOUNGE

PERCH

LEVELS OF WELLBEING + PRODUCTIVITY INCREASE BY

42%

IN ENVIRONMENTS CONTAINING NATURAL ELEMENTS

CHOICES LEAD TO GREATER ENGAGEMENT + FEELINGS OF SATISFACTION

42%

BALANCING PRODUCTIVITY + RELAXATION

77%

WORKERS WHO BELIEVE CREATIVITY WILL BE A CRITICAL SKILL IN THE FUTURE

RESOURCE ZONE

SOCIAL ZONE

MEETING ZONE

NOMADIC: transitioning through day, access to work tools SOCIAL: fosters community, connecting with others MEEETING ZONE: collaboration, technology

MAKING OFFICES FEEL LIKE A 2ND HOME

OF PEOPLE WOULD CHANGE JOBS TO HAVE PRIVACY WHEN THEY NEED IT

graphics created from Steelcase research

RESOURCE ZONE: support productivity, healthy office RESIDENT ZONE: resident work spaces zones played a big role in floor plan design


09 drawings

I drew these buildings during my time studying in Rome, Italy. I felt as if I was always looking up at all of the beautiful architecture and wanted to capture it in the form of drawing. I titled this series “Looking Up� and scoured the city for a variety of towers. These drawings were done in graphite pencil. I started out my sketches and proportioning in a very light pencil and then moved towards a dark graphite as my drawings developed.


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photography


HALEY ECKENROD INTERIOR DESIGN CONTACT 319 - 242 - 1013 haleya.eck@gmail.com Ames, IA EDUCATION Iowa State University Ames, Iowa BFA Interior Design CIDA Accredited Expected Graduation May 2019 Rome Study Abroad Fall 2017 Related Classes: Global Sustainability, Global Environmental History, World Food Issues, Environmental Sociology Senior Option Studio: Chesapeake Bay SKILLS Revit Adobe Creative Suite Sketching + Drawing Enscape Photography HONORS Cardinal Scholarship Class Exhibit in Venice Biennale Pulver Study Abroad Scholarship

WORK EXPERIENCE •

Interior Design Intern

DLR Group | Des Moines, IA | May 2018 - Present Assisted in project work + increased design skill set •

Iowa Cubs Server

Brandea Morton DLR Group Interior Designer iCubs Stadium | Des Moines, IA | May 2018 - August 2018 402 - 960 - 4313 Worked in the suites serving customers food + beverages bmorton@dlrgroup.com • Flooring Associate Lowes | Ames, IA | May 2017 - August 2017 Educated customers which products best fit their needs •

Lifeguard

Municipal Pool | Waverly | June 2013 – August 2016 •

Childcare Worker

Wartburg Childcare | Waverly, IA | June 2012 - August 2016 ACTIVITIES

Michael Ford Studio Professor 515 - 294 - 5676 msford@iastate.edu

AIA-AAH STERIS Student Design Charrette | AZ | Nov 2018 Drawing Atmospheres Workshop | Facilitator | Oct 2018 Design Career Fair | Volunteer | Jan 2018 International Interior Design Association | Fall 2018 - Present Interior Design Student Association | Fall 2016 - Present Ronald McDonald House | Volunteer | Fall 2015 - Present Dance Marathon | Dancer/Committee | Fall 2015 - Present Alpha Delta Pi Sorority | Fall 2015 - Present Alpha Delta Pi Recruitment Chair | Fall 2016 - Fall 2017

Cameron Campbell Senior Associate Dean 515 - 451 - 3730 cameronc@iastate.edu


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