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HALIE HERSHORN INTERIOR DESIGNER

PORTFOLIO


SELECT WORKS TABLE OF CONTENTS


E C NEREF N O C .DE M 1001 E CIFF O NEP O 2401

E CIFF O NEP O 2001

M O OR SU C OF 9001

PROFESSIONAL WORK

M O OR SU C OF 8001

E CIFF O 7001 EN OHP 0101

E CIFF O 6001

.T.I

E CIFF O 0501

E CIFF O 5001

.T.I

.T.I

HTL AEH / S'REHT O M M O OR 1501

KSED PLEH .T.I 3001

E G AR OTS 4001

E CIFF O 2101

.T.I

EN OHP 8401

YP O C /T NIRP 7401

E CIFF O 3401

E CIFF O 1401

E C NEREF N O C LL A MS 0401

E G AR OTS 6401

TCUDORP VED & .TMGM

TCUDORP VED & .TMGM

TCUDORP VED & .TMGM

M O OR SU C OF 9301

/ LEIBMANS

M O OR SU C OF 3101

E CIFF O NEP O 1101

E CIFF O 9401

R ODIRR O C 2501

T NE MP OLE VED E G AR OTS 4401

FDI 5401

RIATS

/ STATOIL

E CIFF O 8301

TCUDORP VED & .TMGM

ROTINAJ

YP O C / TNIRP 4101

YBB OL YR OT A VELE 0001

LACINAHCEM

NEM

EN OHP 5101

9

E CIFF O 6101 TCUDORP VED & .TMGM

TCUDORP VED & .TMGM

E CIFF O 7101

TCUDORP VED & .TMGM

E CIFF O 8101

SU C OF LW OBHSIF 3201 EN OHP 0201

EN OHP 1201

E C NEREF N O C . GL M O OR 4201 E G NU OL EEFF O C 2201

'8

'4

01 LEVEL

TCUDORP TCUDORP VED & .TMGM VED & .TMGM

E CIFF O 7201

E CIFF O 0301

E CIFF O 1301

1

TCUDORP TCUDORP VED & .TMGM VED & .TMGM

E CIFF O 2301

TCUDORP VED & .TMGM

E CIFF O 3301

/ SALESFORCE

E CIFF O 5301

YP O C / TNIRP 4301

E CIFF O NEP O 9101

'61

2

E CIFF O 6201

PU

RIATS

NEMOW

TCUDORP TCUDORP VED & .TMGM VED & .TMGM

12

E CIFF O NEP O 6301

TCUDORP VED & .TMGM E CIFF O 7301

/ SERENE WAX BOUTIQUE

8

6

18 22

/ MCKESSON

28

/ MCKESSON MACRO HELIX

32

NWODKAERB AERA / AU BON PAIN

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)TI( hceT ofnI

aerA nommoC

.veD & .tmgM .dorP

ecnerefnoC

troppuS

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PERSONAL WORK

0

QI teN 31/31/21

SNEERCS DNA SNOITITRAP

/ CUSTOM WALLCOVERING

44

/ FLOODED HARVEY HOMES

46

/ LIFE DRAWINGS

48

/ PERSONAL AESTHETIC

50


PROFESSIONAL WORK


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LEIBMANS HOUSTON, TX NORTON CREATIVE

MAIN DINING


ORDER COUNTER, BAKERY, COFFEE

Located in West Houston for the last 39 years, Leibman’s, has become a neighbourhood staple for gourmet food and wine. Since its beginning, Leibmans has seen a few location and concept transitions though the years. Norton was brought onto the project after the daughter of the original owners showed interest in overhauling the family business to make it feel more like her own. Her vision, along with our guidance, came to life as a restaurant, deli, market combination. The overall design concept was guided by the Liebman’s family roots in South Africa. The blend of natural textures, a rich color palette and modernized fixtures. Leibman’s soon became a neighbourhood restaurant that not only drew in old customers but welcomed new guests as well.

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ADA RESTROOM

RECEIVING DESK

G

ADA RESTROOM

G

OFFICE SCALE

EMPLOYEE LOCKERS

24 x 36

24 x 36

WRAPPING

H

D

SCALE

C

D

C

VENT MUST NOT BE OBSTRUCTED (REAR)

0' - 1"

Level 1 1/8" = 1'-0"

GYP COLUMNS, PAINTED BLACK

2' - 11"

1

0' - 1"

06.16.2017

BLACK EXTRUDED METAL FRAMING SYSTEM

TRASH GROMMET

L HOOKS FOR FOAM CORE MENU BOARDS

0' - 1"

1 1/4" QUARTZ COUNTERTOP

0' - 3"

1' - 5"

EQUAL CABINETS

0' - 2" TYP.

4 EQUAL

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4' - 0"

NATURAL WOOD PANEL, "LIGHT WAVE LASER, BASKET WEAVE"

2' - 6"

BLACK EXTRUDED METAL FRAMING SYSTEM

5' - 2"

13' - 7"

5' - 2"

5 EQUAL PANELS

L HOOKS FOR FOAM CORE MENU BOARDS

2' - 6 1/2"

ORDER FRONT 1/2" = 1'-0"

0' - 3" TYP.

0' - 2" TYP.

REF. EQUIP 2 EQUAL PANELS

5

1/2" INSET PANELING

NATURAL WOOD MENU BOARD BACKERS

NATURAL STAINED MAPLE

0' - 2 1/2" 2' - 6 1/2"

EQUAL CABINETS

0' - 3" TYP.

PAINTED SW 2704 MERLOT

- 0" 0' 2'- 2" TYP.

REF. EQUIP.

3 EQUAL PANELS

0' - 2" TYP.

5' - 11 1/2"

4 EQ

4 EQUAL

2 EQUAL PANELS

8

ORDER NORTH 1/2" = 1'-0"

7

4' - 0"

3' - 3"

5' - 2"

1 1/4" QUARTZ GRAB AND GO

1' - 5"

PAINTED SW 2704 MERLOT

MIDDLE CHECKOUT FRONT 215' - 10" 1/2" = 1'-0"

BEVERAGE COUNTER 1 1/2" = 1'-0"

BAKERY CASES

PAINTED SW 2704 MERLOT

NATURAL STAINED WOOD

9' - 4"

5 EQUAL CABINETS

2" NICHE

1/2" INSET PANELING ON CABINETS

0' - 4" TYP.

TILTED MERCHANDISE SHELVES W/ 1 1/2" LIP

0' - 2 1/2" 2' - 6 1/2"

1 1/4" QUARTZ

2' - 0"

0' - 1 1/2"

0' - 1 1/2"

0' - 3" 2 EQUAL

0' - 2"

0' - 2"

1' - 2 1/2"

3' - 3" EQUAL CABINETS

0' - 2 1/2" 2' - 6 1/2"

1' - 5"

0' - 2 1/2" 2' - 6 1/2"

NATURAL STAINED MAPLE

0' - 2" TYP.

TRASH GROMMET

2' - 6 1/2"

TEA BREWER

1 1/4" QUARTZ COUNTERTOP

0' - 3"

REF. EQUIP.

ORDER SOUTH 1/2" = 1'-0"

0' - 2 1/2"

4' - 1"

BEVERAGE COUNTER 1/2" = 1'-0"

TRASH

0' - 2" TYP.

3' - 3" 2' - 0"

9' - 4" 5 EQUAL CABINETS 15' - 10"

ICE MAKER

NATURAL WOOD MENU BOARD BACKERS

0' - 2" TYP.

BLACK PAINTED METAL SHELF 3' - 3" EQUAL CABINETS

TRASH GROMMET

2" NICHE

1/2" INSET PANELING ON CABINETS PAINTED SW 2704 MERLOT

0' - 1"

2' - 11"

0' - 2 1/2" 2' - 6 1/2"

GYP COLUMNS, PAINTED BLACK NATURAL STAINED MAPLE 0' - 3"

0' - 1" TYP.

TEA BREWER

0' - 2" TYP.

ICE MAKER

2' - 6 1/2"

TRASH GROMMET

0' - 2 1/2"

10' - 0"

4' - 1"

NATURAL WOOD PANEL, "LIGHT WAVE LASER, BASKET WEAVE"

1

10' - 0"

MENUS BEYOND

BLACK PAINTED METAL SHELF

2' - 6"

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BEVERAGE COUNTER AND DINING AREA


MARKET AREA

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STATOIL HOUSTON, TX IA INTERIOR ARCHITECTS

SECONDARY LOBBY STATOIL RENDERINGS DONE OUT OF HOUSE


Statoil is headquartered in Norway, a country that is rooted in design. Naturally, they were a client that was open to taking risks with design and knew exactly what

they liked. Originally slatted to take over 12 floors with 246,000 square feet for their new Houston campus, their main goal was to consolidate their employees with an integrated workplace strategy, design and change management. Creating moderately open floor plans LOUNGE AREAS

with plenty of alternate meeting rooms was key to making this new campus a success. The combination of the modern Scandinavian design and Statoil’s carefully constructed global design standards, this campus project turned out to be a stunning and functional space for Statoil’s employees.

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TYPICAL BREAK ROOM ON EACH FLOOR


WV-1 WOOD PANELS

WV-1 (REF. PERSPECTIVE VIEWS FOR 3 DEGREE LINE CONCEPT)

TRASH 2'-10"

PT-01 GYP BD WALL BEYOND

LICENSED ARCHITECT UNDER THE LAWS OF THE STATE OF TEXAS.

SS-4

3 EQUAL

CREDENZA

WB01

LISA ALFONSO TEXAS REG. NUMBER: 15100 4 EXPIRATION DATE: 09/30/2015

6 EQUAL

5

1

1

4 QUIET 10.502

ELEV @ LEVEL 07 CONF CENTER RECEPTION 07.200 3 2 3/8" = 1'-0"

3

10.500

OFFICE 10.506

2

1

3

ELEV @ TYPICAL 3CONFERENCE CENTER FLOATING CREDENZA 2 12 3/8" = 1'-0" 10.512

10.510

10.504 GSB WAR ROOM 10.507

FOCUS 10.503

4

1

4

1

3

2

3

2

1

4

4

SOCIAL ZONE 10.100

LARGE CONFERENCE 10.511

FOCUS 10.508

3

TRASH

TRASH

FOCUS ROOM 10.409

ALIGN

RECYCLING

COPY/ PRINT 10.412

10 EQUAL REFER TO PLAN

1

2

10.408

MECHANICAL WV01 117 ELECTRICAL (REF. PERSPECTIVE VIEWS BELOW 121 FOR 3 DEGREE LINE CONCEPT)

CREDENZA

VESTIBULE 119

4

1

4

1

4

3

2

3

2

3

2

4

1

4

1

4

3

2

4

1

3

3 1/2"

1

4

1

3

2

3

2

3

TRASH

RECYCLE

1

2

4

3

1

2

MEDIUM CONF. 10.303

3

1

2

MEDIUM CONF. 10.211

MEDIUM CONF. 10.301

2

10.311

SS03

10.204

10.207

10.209 MEDIUM CONF. 10.307

1

3

2

10.400

4

2

SCHEDULED GYP CEILING

COPY/ PRINT 10.200

FOCUS 10.205

2" WALL CONDUIT STUBBED ABOVE CEILING AND PIPED BACK TO TABLE.

1

WV01 TO MATCH LOBBY AND CONFERENCE CENTER

2

10.310

10.308

SPECIFIED CAMERA BY AV.

1

4

1

2

3

2

10.212 4 3 2 1 1

4 JUNCTION BOX FOCUS 1 1/2" WALL CONDUIT, TOP WITH 10.302 JUNCTION BOX

QUIET 10.304

4'-3"

ALIGN ALL

A-8.2

ALIGN

FOCUS ROOM 10.305

WC03

10.402

10.404 4 ________

1

10.105

10.202

SMALL CONF. 10.203

MEN 115

1 1/2"ELEV. WALL CONDUIT LOBBY 10.000

USE SHORTEST DISTANCE WALL

2

WOMEN 114

ELEV @ TYPICAL SMALL CONF. MONITOR MOUNTING HEIGHT 3/8" = 1'-0"

7 EQUAL PANELS

3

19'-8"

FOCUS 10.201

10.309

10.401

10.403

STAIR B UP DN 116

FLOOR CONDUIT FROM FLOOR CORE TO WALL.

FOCUS ROOM 10.306

ELEV @ TYP TRAINING ROOM MILLWORK 3/8" = 1'-0" 10.405

2 10.106

RB01

DN STAIR A 118

UP FOCUS 10.407

ALIGN

Open Area 120

WORK ROOM3 1/2" 10.515

3'-9"

1

2'-10"

2

3

10.101

SPECIFIED CAMERA BY AV. JUNCTION BOX

19'-8"

10.410

2

1

SCHEDULED FIXTURE LOCATED IN SCHEDULED GYP. CEILING

IDF 10.513

3'-1 7/8"

3

4

PROVIDE IN WALL BLOCKING

4'-0"

4

1

10.104

8'-0" SS04

4"

2

10.505 FABRIC WRAPPED PANELS, FP01

2'-10"

4

10.103

SMALL CONF. 10.411

3

19 18 15 13

Delta2 Issue Nr.

4

1

4

1

3

2

3

2

10.208 05/04/15 04/27/15 404/20/15 1

10.210 ISSUE FOR CONSTRUCTION ISSUE FOR CONSTRUCTION ISSUE FOR1CONSTRUCTION ISSUE FOR CONSTRUCTION

04/06/15 Date 3

Description 2

2

ELEV @ LEVEL 07 BREAK ROOM SPACE

TER WEST7 CORRIDOR 3/8" = 1'-0"

3

10.206 4

SCHEDULED ACOUSTIC S

1

Z1 FIXTURE RECESSED FLUSH INTO WALL. ALIGN WITH SCHEDULED Z1 FIXTURE IN SCHEDULED CEILING.

3

2

TYPICAL FLOOR PLAN

RB01

14 EQUAL REFER TO PLANS

ELEV @ TYPICAL LARGE CONFERENCE ROOM 3/8" = 1'-0"

HOUSTON

1200 SMITH STREET SUITE 1600 HOUSTON TEXAS 77002 TEL 713-481-3171

EXISTING CALL BUTTONS TO REMAIN (CUT OUT WOOD SLATS AROUND)

FOR REFERENCE ONLY

© 2015 INTERIOR ARCHITECTS, INC., A CALIFORNIA CORPORATION. ALL DRAWINGS AND WRITTEN MATERIAL HEREIN CONSTITUTE THE ORIGINAL AND UNPUBLISHED WORK OF THE ARCHITECT, AND THE SAME MAY NOT BE DUPLICATED, USED, OR DISCLOSED WITHOUT THE WRITTEN CONSENT OF THE ARCHITECT.

STATOIL STANDARD SIGNAGE (CUT OUT WOOD SLATS AROUND)

PL01

Drawn: Author

REFER TO GRAPHICS PACKAGE FOR WAYFINDING INFORMATION AND MATERIALS (SHOWN ETCHED GLASS OR STONE)

Job No: 254601.00 RECYCLING

Title:

PERSPECTIVE @ CONFERENCE CENTER CREDENZA NTS

EVATOR LOBBY EAST

Owner Approval:

PL01 RECYCLING

PAINT EXISTING ELEVATOR DOORS

8

Check: Checker

2'-10"

6

1

10.102

FOCUS 10.509

10.501

4'-9 1/2"

3

REF.

4

4

INTERIOR ELEVATIONS

Scale:

3/8" = 1'-0"

EXISTING CALL BUTTONS TO REMAIN (CUT OUT WOOD SLATS AROUND) PL01 BEYOND WOOD SLATS

REFER TO GRAPHICS PACKAGE FOR WAYFINDING INFORMATION AND MATERIALS (SHOWN - WOOD SLATS) STATOIL STANDARD SIGNAGE (CUT OUT WOOD SLATS AROUND) PAINT EXISTING ELEVATOR DOORS

A-7.2

ELEV @ BREAK ROOMS LEVEL 7 & 20 . RECYCLE STATION 3/8" = 1'-0" Sheet:

2

ELEV @ LEVEL 07 ELEVATOR LOBBY WEST 3/8" = 1'-0"

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LOBBY FLOOR ENTRANCE TO STATOIL BUILDING

SEATING OUTSIDE CONFERENCING AREAS

TYPICAL ELEVATOR LOBBY

MAIN CONFERENCE ROOM


FF&E SELECTION PROCESS

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TRASH TRASH

TRASH

LAUNDRY

42"

D

D

LAUNDRY LAUNDRY 42"

3' - 6" 3' - 6" 3' - 73'1/2" - 7 1/2"

BREAKROOM

STORAGE

REF

REF

D

D

RESTROOM RESTROOM

PROGRAM PROGRAM

OFFICE 42" GFI OFFICE 42" LOBBY: 1 1 LOBBY: 1' - 4" WAXWAX ROOMS: 4 (10'-6" X 7'-5") ROOMS: 4 (10'-6" X 7'-5") BAR:BAR:4 CHAIRS 3' - 8" 1' - 10BROW 1/2"BROW 4 CHAIRS 3' - 8" BREAKROOM: 1 1 BREAKROOM: 1' - 11" RESTROOM: 1 RESTROOM: 1 LAUNDRY: LAUNDRY: 1 1 OFFICE: 1 1 OFFICE: STORAGE: WAXWAX #3 #3 WAXWAX #4 #4 WAX #3 WAX #41 1 STORAGE: 10' - 7"

OFFICE

X 7'-1") S

REF

30" high 30" high work work surface surface

RESTROOM

WAX #1

WAX #2

2' x 2' System 2' ACT x 2' ACT System 9' - 0" 9' A.F.F. - 0" A.F.F.

STORAGE BREAKROOM 42" STORAGE BREAKROOM

42"

WAXWAX #1 #1

GFI

S

28" 28"

28" 28"

CURTAIN CURTAIN DIVIDERS DIVIDERS

28" 28"

28" 28"

OTTOMANS OTTOMANS

OTTOMANS

28"

28"

28"

PRODUCT DISPLAY

REF

PLANTS

WALLPAPER/SIGNAGE

PRODUCT DISPLAY

LOBBY

SERENE WAX

FLOOR PLAN

S

SIGNAGE (backlit. add electrical) SIGNAGE (backlit. add electrical)

LOBBY LOBBY

S

GWB on Mtl. Stud S S S GWB on Mtl. Stud 9' - 0" 9' A.F.F. - 0" A.F.F. GWBGWB on Mtl. on Stud Mtl. Stud S S S 9' - 0" S 9' A.F.F. - 0" A.F.F. S

CHANDELIER CHANDELIER

S

S

S

S

HOUSTON, TX

S

NORTON CREATIVE

GWBGWB on Mtl. on Stud Mtl. Stud 11' - 11' 0" A.F.F. - 0" A.F.F.

PENDANTS PENDANTS

SCHEMATIC PLANS

SERENE WAX SERENE WAX

ELECTRICAL & RCP ELECTRICAL & RCP

SERENE WAX BOUTIQUE

S

28"

28"

28" 28" 9' - 0" PRODUCT 9' - 0" PRODUCT PRODUCT PRODUCT DISPLAY DISPLAY DISPLAY DISPLAY MILLWORK/ STORAGE MILLWORK/ STORAGE REF REF 42" 42" D D

MILLWORK/ STORAGE

S

S

S

S 28"

S

WAXWAX #2 #2 S

CURTAIN DIVIDERS

S


SIGNAGE MOCK UP OPTIONS

Serene Wax Boutique, while a very small project, had many opportunities to use all of the pink finishes that every interior designer thinks there will never be a project for. This owner was looking for a space that gave their client a sense of glamour and comfort. Without giving her the standard crystal chandeliers and large tufted couches, we focused on creating a more sophisticated “glamour�. We designed intimate spaces with dropped ceilings and rich textures emphasized with unique light fixtures throughout.

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SCHEMATIC DESIGN FINISHES AND FF&E


1' - 8"

1' - 8"

2' - 0"

EQ.

1' - 7"

6' - 0"

12" DROP CEILING

BACKLIT SIGNAGE

3' - 0"

0' - 4 1/2"

LARGE PENDANTS

3' - 0"

9 FOOT CURTAINS AND SPECIFIED HARDWARE

0' - 3 1/2"

0' - 2"

WALLCOVERING, PROTECT WITH SPECIFIED, 90 DEGREE BRASS CORNER GUARD ON BOTH SIDES

3' - 4 1/2"

0' - 4"

1' - 3" EQ.

2' - 5"

3' - 6"

4" PAINTED WOOD BASE

4' - 5"

FURNITURE

5' - 1"

5' - 9 1/2"

0' - 4"

RECEPTION DESK

EQUAL

6' - 1"

EQUAL

PAINT ABOVE 4' TILE

0' - 1"

WOOD TRIM PIECE TO FINISH OFF TILE EDGE. PAINTED SAME COLOR AS WALL ABOVE

2' - 10 1/2" EQUAL

5' - 4 1/2" 4' - 0"

3' - 2" EQUAL

3' - 4"

0' - 5"

2' - 4 1/2"

2' - 10" 0' - 5 1/2"

3' - 4"

0' - 5"

CUSTOM WOOD OR SOLID SURFACE TOP ON FURNITURE

2 1/2" RUBBER BASE TO MATCH WALL COLOR

SCHEMATIC ELEVATIONS

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SALESFORCE SINGAPORE IA INTERIOR ARCHITECTS

CONFERENCING LOBBY REVIT CLOUD RENDERING USED


SUNTEC CITY SINGAPORE

SUNT

SING

1 SOCIAL LOUNGE- LIVING ROOM

1 SOCIAL LOUNGE- LIVING ROOM

TYPICAL BREAK ROOM 2

2

SOCIAL LOUNGE- KITCHEN

Salesforce was an account that IA Interior Architects was called in to implement new standards on a global scale. To be a part of a project so large was a learning experience not only by observing the SOCIAL LOUNGE- KITCHEN management and coordination across seas, but ELEVATIONS- FINISH SPECIFICATIONS also the coordination of the design documents with multiple people working on the file simultaneously. This project was where I first began experimenting with rendering and have now used that skill throughout all my projects.

05.16.2016

ELEVATIONS- FINISH SPECIFICATIONS

CONFERENCING LOBBY

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KIT OF PARTS

FIXED MODULES

FLEXIBLE MODULES

WORKSTATION MODULES


S

KEY PROJ PROJ

FLOO

FLOO

HEAD RSM/

RSF/P

WORK

PRIVAT

CONFE

CONFE

HUDDL

PHONE

FUTUR EXPANS

SPACE PLANNING PROCESS

TOWER 5 - 13TH FLOOR

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DESIGN DEVELOPMENT RCP SINGAPORE ARCHITECT TO DO CDS


RELAXATION ROOMS

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D3 DEROLOC

MCKESSON HOUSTON, TX IA INTERIOR ARCHITECTS

3D LINE DRAWINGS WITH PHOTOSHOP

YRTNE HTRON | TNEMPOLEVED NGISED


FLOORING PLAN

With the goal to transform the executive floor into a space that was more inviting for all employees to come up and use, Mckesson decided to go for a more open floor plan and add strategically placed color throughout. Knowing that the company was going through some growth FINISH PLAN | OPTION B DESIGN DEVELOPMENT | FLOOR and changes, it was important for them to keep a floor plan that wasn’t dictated by permanent walls and flooring that only matched certain layouts. A key element in the design was the color blocking of the carpet that was used as way finding around the entire floor. This concept not only brought much needed color to the space, but allowed for the majority of the carpet to stay one neutral color so the workstations weren’t tied down to a specific floor pattern. Corridor Installation Concept

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EXECUTIVE FLOOR PLAN

DESIGN DEVELOPMENT | SPACEPLAN


COLORED 3D

DESIGN DEVELOPMENT | SOUTH ENTRY

Design Type A

CUSTOM GRAPHICS

CUSTOM GRAPHICS

Design Type B

BREAK ROOM SKETCH

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MCKESSON DALLAS, TEXAS NORTON CREATIVE

*Refer to revised plan

LEVEL 4 SPACE PLAN


BREAK BREAKROOM ROOMAND ANDREFRESHMENT REFRESHMENT

BREAK ROOM AND REFRESHMENT

McKesson Macro Helix was a project that was focused on combining and consolidating two newly merged companies. The challenge for this project was creating two successful floor plans that combined the many different departments, all of which had mandatory adjacencies for functionality purposes. Like any puzzle, I took it one section at a time without losing site of the end goal. By the end of the process, Mckesson was left with two very efficient spaces to start their new venture. PARTITIONS PARTITIONSAND ANDSCREENS SCREENS

TOILET TOILETROOMS ROOMS

ARCHITECTURAL ARCHITECTURALWOOD WOODAND ANDFLOORCOVERING FLOORCOVERING

DESIGN DEVELOPMENT PHASE MARKED UP BY CLIENT

FINISHES: FINISHES:OPTION OPTIONAA//BLEND BLEND

PARTITIONS AND SCREENS

TOILET ROOMS

ARCHITECTURAL WOOD AND FLOORCOVERING

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Plan laptop/ keyboard table or small occasional table near lounge/ side chairs.

*Table to coordinate with chair selection

Upholstered in a durable fabric, possibly very textured. Chair should not be too heavy as they will often be moved for impromptu meetings. Important: Chairs to be comfortable.

Do not plan for pillows, anywhere. Not a sofa culture.

DESIGN DEVELOPMENT PHASE MARKED UP BY CLIENT

*Refer to revised plan

OPEN COLLABORATIVE FURNITURE


*Refer to revised plan

LEVEL 5 SPACE PLAN

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EMPLOYEE COAT ROOM 142 SF

KITCHEN BAKING

1' - 7"

6'-7"

19' - 0" 8' - 0 1/2"

COMMON CORRIDOR

3' - 2 1/2" REF. EQUIP.

3' - 0"

60" CYO UNIT

18' - 3"

8' - 6"

0' - 8"

15' - 3"

MEN

3' - 5"

3' - 4"

3' - 0"

1' - 6"

1' - 6"

CARPET TO TILE

WOMEN

1' - 6" 4' - 0"

1' - 1"

5' - 7"

AU BON PAIN

1' - 2"

CARPET TO TILE

14' - 5"

NEW YORK, NEW YORK NORTON CREATIVE

1' - 6"

7' - 6"

3 EQUAL

6' - 0"

7' - 6" 4' - 7 1/2"

3' - 0"

2' - 4 1/2"

10' - 8"

2' - 6"

DIM E NS I ONE D FLOOR P L AN


REVIT CLOUD RENDERING USED

This well-established quick service restaurant was in need of an overall brand refresh. We immediately incorporated a new look and feel to shift the way that consumers see this urban bakery cafĂŠ concept. Introducing a new prototype, simplifying messaging and implementing a new clean design has helped reinforce the belief that Au Bon Pain is a gourmet convenience where people live and work. We achieved this more modern and simplistic design by combining a variety of natural finishes, geometric shapes, and strategic pops of color. This created an innovative and recognizable look that has helped to set the brand apart from its highly saturated competitive set.

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FINISH SELECTIONS

OV E RA L L F I N I S H ES

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FFE SELECTIONS

DINING INSPIRAT ION


CUSTOM WALLCOVERING

2 EQUAL PANELS

CENTER SIGN AND MERCHANDISING ON MILLWORK SPECIFIED DIVIDER

SPECIFIED PENDANT

2' - 6 1/2"

1' - 3"

1' - 6"

MAKE SUR SIZE OF TH WITH STAN PAPER SIZ FACILITAT

OPEN TO BEYOND

5' - 3"

0' - 4 1/2"

1' - 7"

2 EQUAL

4' - 11"

0' - 2" 3' - 6 1/2"

4' - 11"

6' - 10"

EQ.

8' - 2 1/2"

0' - 2"

0' - 9 1/2"

NEW LOUNGE AREA AS PART OF PROTOTYPE

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PERSONAL WORK


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CUSTOM WALLCOVERING


The design request for this wallcovering was to create a pattern that was not only aesthetically pleasing, but also brought in a “Houston element�. Maps have always interested me and I thought of know better way to than to create an abstract pattern by mirroring the map of Houston. I love the surprise and enjoyment when people get close enough to the wallcovering to notice that it is in fact their home town.

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FLOODED HARVEY HOMES HOUSTON, TX


WASHER/ DRYER HOOKUP

PLUMBING WALL

LAUNDRY/ HALF BATH

BUILT INS LIVING

MASTER BATH/ CLOSET

GAS STOVE

EXISTING SINK PLUMB.

KITCHEN REF.

DINING

ENTRY

MASTER BEDROOM

PANTRY UP

OFFICE

REVIT CLOUD RENDERING PLACED IN PHOTO

12"

12"

34"

34"

42"

42"

17"

17"

30"

30"

CROWN MOLDING MATCH EXISTINGMATCH CROWNEXISTING MOLDING

82"

82" 4"

Level 1 3/16" = 1'-0"

17"

17"

WOOD UPPER CABINETS PAINTED, WOOD PAINTED, UPPER CABINETS WITH ADJUSTABLE SHELVES WITH ADJUSTABLE SHELVES 4"

1

CENTERED SCONCE CENTERED SCONCE

HOOD

HOOD

WOOD UPPER PAINTED, WOOD PAINTED, UPPER CABINETS WITH CABINETS WITH GLASS AND ADJUSTABLE SHELVES GLASS AND ADJUSTABLE SHELVES

EXISTING WINDOW EXISTING WINDOW

1 1/2" TYP.

2 1/2"

PAINTED WOOD CABINETS PAINTED WOOD CABINETS AND DRAWERS AND DRAWERS

35 1/2"

35 1/2"

67"

67"

31"

31"

KITCHEN KITCHEN PLAN WEST PLAN WEST 1 1 3/4" = 1'-0" 3/4" = 1'-0"

25 1/2"

25 1/2"

87"

87"

23 1/2"

23 1/2"

2 1/2"

1 1/2"

REF EQUIP

1 1/2"

24"REF EQUIP

24"

3 EQUAL DRAWERS

4"

6"

1 1/2" 1 1/2"

16"

32" 2 1/2"

6"

1 1/2" 1 1/2"

32"

12"

12"

83"

83"

2 1/2"

WOOD LOWER CABINETS PAINTED, WOOD PAINTED, LOWER CABINETS ANDADJUSTABLE DRAWERS AND ADJUSTABLE AND DRAWERS AND SHELVES SHELVES

16"

TRASH DRAWER

QUARTZ COUNTERTOP AND QUARTZ COUNTERTOP AND BACKSPLASH BACKSPLASH

4"

TRASH DRAWER

1 1/2" TYP.

1 1/2" TYP.

2 1/2" TYP.

8"

1 1/2" TYP.

2 1/2" TYP.

8"

1 1/2" TYP.

1 1/2" TYP.

1 1/2"

1DW 1/2" TYP.

4"

36"

DW

3 EQUAL DRAWERS

1 1/2" TYP.

18"

UNDERMOUNT SINKS UNDERMOUNT SINKS

QUARTZ COUNTERTOP WITH APRON EDGE QUARTZ COUNTERTOP WITH APRON EDGE

STOVE TOP STOVE TOP

20"

18" 1 1/2" 20"

4"

36"

44 1/2"

GLASS ORSPLASH CERAMIC BACK SPLASH GLASS OR CERAMIC BACK 32" UNDERMOUNT SINK 32" UNDERMOUNT SINK

44 1/2"

2 1/2" TYP.

2 1/2" TYP.

38"

38"

EXISTING WINDOW EXISTING WINDOW

31"

31"

MASTERPLAN BATHROOM MASTER BATHROOM EAST PLAN EAST 5 5 3/4" = 1'-0" 3/4" = 1'-0"

CABINETS 30" THESE CABINETSTHESE 30" DEEPREF. TO ALIGN WITH REF. DEEP TO ALIGN WITH

DOORS WITH SLIDE-IN CABINETSLIDE-IN DOORS CABINET WITH ADJUSTABLE ADJUSTABLE SHELVES. SEE SHELVES. SEE INSPIRATION PHOTO INSPIRATION PHOTO

24"

24"

2 EQUAL

THESE CABINETSTHESE SET CABINETS SET BACK AT 15" DEEP BACK AT 15" DEEP 2 EQUAL

68"

68"

4 EQUAL

4 EQUAL

CROWN MOLDING MATCH EXISTINGMATCH CROWNEXISTING MOLDING

REF

REF

OPEN TO BEYOND OPEN TO BEYOND MICRO

TILED THROUGHOUT TILED THROUGHOUT

FRAMELESS FRAMELESS GLASS SHOWER.GLASS SHOWER. CUTBENCH. OUT FOR TILED BENCH. CUT OUT FOR TILED

38"

38"

WOOD UPPER CABINETS PAINTED, WOOD PAINTED, UPPER CABINETS WITH ADJUSTABLE SHELVES WITH ADJUSTABLE SHELVES

MICRO

REF. EQUIP

REF. EQUIP

32 1/2"

32 1/2"

15"

15"

REF. EQUIP.

REF. EQUIP.

6

SOAKER TUB 16"

SOAKER TUB

TILED BENCH THAT FLANKS TILED BENCH THAT FLANKS THE TUB AND THE SHOWER THE TUB AND THE SHOWER

66"

66"

REF. EQUIP.

REF. EQUIP.

24"

MASTERPLAN BATHROOM MASTER BATHROOM WEST PLAN WEST 6 3/4" = 1'-0" 3/4" = 1'-0"

CROWN MOLDING MATCH EXISTINGMATCH CROWNEXISTING MOLDING

MATCH EXISTINGMATCH CROWNEXISTING CROWN MOLDING MOLDING

1/2"

WOOD UPPER CABINETS PAINTED, WOOD PAINTED, UPPER CABINETS WITH ADJUSTABLE SHELVES WITH ADJUSTABLE SHELVES

10"

10"

30"

30" 56 1/2"

1/2" 1 1/2"

1 1/2"

26" 56 1/2"

1 1/2"

118 1/2" 6 EQUAL

16"

WOOD LOWER CABINETS PAINTED, WOOD PAINTED, LOWER CABINETS

26" 118 1/2" 6 EQUAL

34"

24"

2 EQUAL AND 4 EQUAL

1 1/2" TYP. 1 1/2" TYP

WINE REF

2 EQUAL AND 4 EQUAL

34"

2 1/2" TYP

2 1/2" TYP

1 1/2"1 1/2" TYP.

76"

18"

18"

QUARTZ COUNTERTOP WITH APRON EDGE QUARTZ COUNTERTOP WITH APRON EDGE

WINE REF

KITCHEN KITCHEN PLAN EAST PLAN EAST 2 3/4" = 1'-0" 3/4" = 1'-0"

1 1/2"

76"

1 1/2" TYP.

1 1/2" TYP. 1 1/2"

1 1/2"

COFFEE

TOASTER

4"

19 1/2"

1/2" 136" TYP. 1 1/2" TYP

36"

4"

19 1/2"

TOASTER

1 1/2" TYP.

1 1/2" TYP.

2

36"

36"

6" DEEP INSET TILED CUBBY 6" DEEP INSET TILED CUBBY GLASS ORSPLASH CERAMIC BACK SPLASH GLASS OR CERAMIC BACK COFFEE

PAINTED, WOOD PAINTED, CABINET WOOD CABINET AND DRAWERS AND DRAWERS

When disaster struck Houston with Hurricane Harvey coming full speed, those that were not directly hit where looking for ways to help the community. My way of helping out was to offer my services to the areas that got hit hardest. The drawings here are those of nine houses I was involve++=d in restoring or rebuilding. Not only was this a way for me to get experience in residential design, but also felt good to know that my learned skills could come in handy at such a dire time.

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FIGURE DRAWINGS


Figure drawing is something I have been doing since high school. Drawing class helps me clear my head. No matter what stress I have, I am able to focus in on the figure in front of me and challenge myself to try different styles within certain time frames. The part I enjoy most is watching myself improve as I go more often. Not only is this a hobby of mine, but I believe it helps me in sketching my ideas for my interiors work.

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PERSONAL AESTHETIC


I see the importance in being able to convey what ones personal interior’s aesthetic is. While work projects can sometimes be dictated by the client and budget, I thought it important to show what my ideal designs would be inspired by. The images to the left are ones that I am naturally drawn towards. They depict a variety of textures, simple lines, repeat patterns, and a whole lot of symmetry. I am constantly seeking new inspiration as my personal aesthetic is every growing. In addition, I have added a few images of my home. My home is the ultimate challenge. Budget, using items that have been passed down to me, collecting pieces over time, and space allowance are all components that I have to keep in mind when creating my personal space. While always a work in progress and far from my “dream home�, I believe I have created a space that is comfortable and reflects who I am at this time in my life.

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THANK YOU

Halie Hershorn  
Halie Hershorn  
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