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I am an Interior Design student at Florida State University, seeking a degree in the Department of Interior Architecture and Design. I expect to graduate in May of 2020 with aspirations of working in the commercial design industry. My passion lies in crafting interiors for a variety of individuals - creating work and play spaces and enhancing environments with my creativity. Design is crucial to the spaces we

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Hayleigh Engelhardt


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CO R P O R AT E: TOUGH MUDDER HQ

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I N D I V I D U A L P R O J E C T // S T U D I O I I I S O F TWA R E & S K I L LS: R EVI T, LU M I O N , PH OTO S H O P SQ FT: 10,000

Project Overview The Tough Mudder organization is one which prides itself on teamwork and testing mental and physical boundaries. Starting as a traditional 8-10 mile course with 25 obstacles that include elements such as fire, water, and towering heights – the company has since grown into a corporation which includes a variety of obstacle courses and the new addition of fitness boot camps. The office was designed to suit both the client and prospective visitors, as well as serve as a work space in which interns can complete work and potential clients can communicate in a comfortable area. Tough Mudder HQ is located in Chattanooga, TN - a growing center of art and business professionals. The modern workplace prioritizes employee needs, which is echoed throughout this project. Spanning across two vertical stories, the project posed challenges regarding space planning to join all departments together. Overall, this project opened my eyes to the importance of the user journey and how it impacts the modes of work.

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Tough Mudder Headquarters has a company culture that not only encourages teamwork – it enforces it. A concept of breaking barriers will echo the duality of nature and the built environment, the single and collective workspace, and the basic human construct of adversity. Organic forms and clear sight-lines will seamlessly work together to create an intuitive and collective workspace. Intersecting layout of spaces as well as protruding forms to create clear spaces will overall convey the concept of breaking barriers.

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Employees are encouraged to take breaks throughout the day to grab a cup of coffee and socialize.

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The front desk is located on the third floor and features a branding wall as well as an interactive screen to show marketing materials to clients as they wait for appointments with employees.

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Long term enclaves allow remote employees to come in and work for the day while still having a quiet place to work. These enclaves are also designated spaces for employees to take a break during the day and make a phone call or seek refuge in a closed room.


Interior Renderings T O U G H M U D D E R LEVELS 2 & 3

The floor plan for the Tough Mudder Headquarters is flexible for all modes of work and prioritizes the workers by providing them with comfortable enclaves, workspaces, a cafe, and relaxation coffee stops.


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The work cafe is a flexible space for both visitors of the Tough Mudder office and employees to relax or quietly get work done. Located right off of the reception area before the staircase - the work cafe is universally located so workers can grab a quick snack or meet with a visiting client without walking too far into the office space. Earthy materials and organic forms are reminiscent of the outdoors - a key aspect of the Tough Mudder company.

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An efficient workspace is created with the use of the sculptural staircase on level 2 - encouraging users to sit and enjoy the multi-use staircase. Pops of orange keep the space energetic while simultaneously borrowing organic materials to spin on company branding.

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The lounge seating area opens up to visitors of the space once leaving reception - users have the option to either descend down the staircase or find a quick touch down space to complete work or take a break from the formal desk setting. Soft seating areas give users flexible areas to have quick meetings or chats in a relaxing environment before embarking into the office. Structural elements, such as the slat staircase, give a sculptural touch to catch the viewers eye once entering into the space.

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Beyond The Box.


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G R O U P P R O J E C T - C O D E S I G N E R : A L I S O N S P E E R // S T U D I O I V S O F TWA R E: R EVI T, LU M I O N , PH OTO S H O P SQ FT: 52,132 SQ FT

Project Overview

Tallahassee Statistics

The Tallahassee community is a vibrant atmosphere with a wide variety of residents, many of whom are either beginning families or currently have children. With a growing youth population, the resources available to them need to broaden to meet their growing needs. Current community centers in the area are limited as far as the resources and recreational activities that they offer for the youth. Currently, the Tallahassee community lacks indoor recreation that accommodates both children, young teenagers and their caregivers. The community also falls short of providing after school care and learning centers where children have the opportunity to cultivate their learning beyond traditional methods. Efficient community design and health and wellness policies at early stages in childhood development help to provide children with the skills needed to grow up without health issues or diseases that may cause hindrance in the future.

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Tallahassee, FL currently has 188,463 residents - 44% of those individuals are families with children under 18 years old The latest combined obesity rate in Florida for children 10-17 years old was 36.6% - ranking Florida the fourth highest of all of the United States for childhood obesity

Design Problem This project was an adaptive reuse of an existing Toys R Us building in the area which was abandoned due to global store closings. Constraints were placed to keep 80% of the existing structure intact which posed a challenge in the space planning process. Code studies were further applied to refit the former business space into a recreational and assembly space to fit the community and support recreational activities. This project was an experience to learn to apply former building constraints and apply research on the community at large to provide them with a facility to help the community and all of it’s constituents.

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Inspired by Abstract Regionalism, the design will both integrate and celebrate the local Tallahassee community while introducing modern and minimalist design to inspire wellness in a new way. Providing a solution to the lack of modern recreational and educational wellness facilities in Tallahassee, Abstract Regionalism addresses the needs of the local community while abstracting traditional architectural design, to create a space that welcomes youth and their caregivers to grow, move and be inspired to better their personal and community health. Abstracting traditional linear design into curved and playful forms, provokes imagination and creativity in youth while giving the community a refreshing and modern design to spark change. Tallahassee is a historic city with a need for a fresh space to connect the community and promote modern health and wellness.


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Elevate Enrichment Center has a wide array of spaces to include both educational and recreational spaces that serve all ages and levels. The existing Toys R Us building had a partial floor on the second level which we expanded to accommodate a suspended track for recreational purposes. A

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The Reception will be staffed to provide safety and assistance to guests. Here, guests will check in for classes and events, and receive guidance on where to go in the large space. There is minimal seating to provide comfort if needed while encouraging people to explore the space further.

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Elevate is home to three studio rooms, as well as one designated spin bike room. These multi-purpose studio spaces are used for group exercise classes, private events, and supplemental classroom break-out spaces. The exibility of the studios allows for functional movement to be catered to any needs and promote ďŹ tness at all ages.


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Upon entering, a spacious reception area provides assistance and security to the building. Guests are welcomed in and invited to engage in the recreation and learning opportunities inside. Through the archway, guests enter into the teaching kitchen and cafe as well as lounge area. Here, healthy habits in cooking and eating are taught and practiced with the option to order grab and go snacks and drinks. A large lounge area provides a multi-purpose space for guests to relax, socialize and work. Visually, the two volume space creates an airy and clean feel with visual interest of the overhanging track and central gymnasium. Setting the tone for an inclusive community space, the reception and entry spaces are open to allow for guests to interact freely and not be separated by boundaries.


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As a recreation center, Elevate provides spaces for people to better their physical and emotional health. Spaces include, a full sized basketball court, workout gym and three lane track. Through the inclusion of these spaces, people of all ages are given to opportunity to be active. All materials are highly durable and cleanable with resilient flooring to support both equipment and users. Unisex restrooms are included on the second story for ease of access, as well as accessibility to towels and water. While caregivers and guardians are waiting for their child’s class or activity to finish, they are able to better their personal fitness while still having viewing access to their child. These spaces create an open community environment and curates intergenerational interaction through the visual openness of these spaces.


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Classrooms provide learning spaces for children of all ages to supplement traditional classroom learning. Technology is integrated into each space allowing for endless opportunities. In addition, art supplies, games, books and toys are supplied to enhance learning. Each classroom is staffed allowing for guidance and support while challenging kids to grow and create.


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The rock wall and children’s exploration play area are accessible for children of all ages and employ large shapes to allow the children to create their own adventure rather than pushing them to play according to constraints. Seating areas and an overhanging stretch and track area are open to allow parents and guardians to view their children as they play and interact with others. Parents are encouraged to pursue their own fitness goals which is why they are provided with recreation areas specific to them, with clear sightlines to play spaces.


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03 Endeavor Men’s Grooming R E T A I L

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I N D I V I D U A L P R O J E C T // S T U D I O I I I S O F TWA R E: R EVI T, LU M I O N , PH OTO S H O P SQ FT: 200 SQ FT

Project Overview Endeavor Men’s Grooming Supplies is a next level experience intended to transform the vision of a well-groomed gentleman by using holistic products that are easy to apply. In efforts to enhance the shopping experience in Grocer Inc. stores worldwide - Endeavor delivers exceptional performance products in a new unique way balancing the idea of well-groomed and rugged. As leading Grocer, Inc. stores make the switch to products of high-quality nourishment - Endeavor will cater to the wellness sector of toxin free organically grown products exclusively for men. The design challenge proposed a solution for the hundreds of department stores experiencing global closures, and signifies the shift towards cosmetics expanding into other sectors such as the retail environment. Merchandising, marketing, and product placement were key features to enhancing the user experience and offering shoppers with new opportunities in their regular grocery routines. In efforts to replace revenue and lost exposure from their once mainstay department stores, a unique men’s cosmetic brand was created to demonstrate how impactful cosmetics can be in the retail sector.

Hair Products

Skin Products Shave/ Try it Station

Body Washes & Deodorant

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Shave/ Try it Station

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Shave & Beard Products

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Concept The design solution will draw inspiration from the concept of Sheer Boldness. Clients will be catered to in every possible way by including the latest extensive research on mens grooming as well as a user experience trial area where products can be tested and proven as satisfactory. Endeavor Mens Grooming will leave Grocer, Inc. customer’s feeling satisfied and well suited for their every Endeavor. B R A N D I N G

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Company logo and branding will be strategically placed on end-caps as well as on shelving elements to draw attention to the unique products and company lifestyle.

Consumer-centric design will display products and offer a user experience unparalleled in the traditional mens grooming sector. Style stations will be provided to test products and judge product effectiveness from start to finish, and easy to use kiosks will dispense order ahead products as well as quick grab-and-go orders.

Products will be showcased in an elegant display with an integration of technology to enhance the user experience - truly preparing the modern man with the means to journey on any Endeavor he chooses.


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Clean straight lines will be implemented to demonstrate the clean-cut look of the Endeavor company while paralleling with the rugged nature of distressed materials. A central shave station allows products to be tested or a custom shave to be provided. Products are displayed in a variety of options including wall shelving as well as floor based shelving and dispensary stations.

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Two dispensary stations are placed in the front of the Endeavor aisle - customers can place a pick-up order online prior to coming to the store or can scroll through products on the screen to choose exactly what product works for them without browsing the aisle. Branding elements are displayed through both pictures reflecting company values as well as a dropped ceiling branding element.


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Shop-In-Shop Elevations C H E C K - O U T D E S K

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A check-out counter is placed in the front area of the Endeavor aisle for customers to schedule shave appointments as well as speak to a representative about where to find products or which product works best.

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Endeavor Men’s Grooming will draw attention of potential and existing customers through the use of a dropped ceiling element and unique materials including a soft wood and greenery dispersed throughout. Products are displayed at the front of the aisle to lure customers in and peruse the aisle.


Lighting Design.


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Description

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This luminaire is inspired by the quiet simplicity of clouds and the atmosphere - seemingly floating above to create a simplistic yet elegant mood. The central form of the fixture is a sphere which blends seamlessly with surrounding spheres in a horizontal fashion. A linear led light strip hangs in the center of the four spheres, diffusing light both upwards and downwards to create a glowing effect. Blown glass diffuses light in an even distribution and stainless steel extends from two central cords to hold the fixture in place.


Education.


05 Strozier Library E D U C A T I O N

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G R O U P P R O J E C T // S T U D I O I I S O F TWA R E: R EVI T, PH OTO S H O P SQ FT: 10.000

Description

Strozier Library is a central part of the Florida State University campus, located in Tallahassee, Florida. The library accommodates a variety of students seeking an abundance of majors - as well as provides for lecture style classrooms and group study sessions. As traditional libraries make the shift towards technological improvements and future expansions, this project demonstrated how that shift can happen and how far the boundaries of the traditional library experience can be expanded. In efforts to inspire and enhance the private study and collaborative environment for end users, all of the spaces and selections work cohesively to bring modern technology and appeal to a variation in modes of work that the students may respond to.

User Needs Diagram

Will provide the space for lectures as well as being an adaptive use space with desks to promote group work

Quiet individual study spaces for students and professors to work in smaller intimate environments

Moderate volume level space that promotes group and collaborative work Will provide a social space outside the classroom to gather before and after class

Lounge space that allows for social gatherings and a place for students to gather


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Organic forms to draw connection to the outdoors

Display Shelving ada accessible classroom layout

Collaborative Work table facilitating group study

The classroom lounge space serves as a large flexible classroom for lecture style classes, accommodating up to 100 individuals. Soft seating areas surround the lecture style classroom to allow for waiting as well as study areas for groups to gather before class.

Classroom area instructor screen

Lounge seating that utilizes column as a part of the whole

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The library of the future serves as a space for students that come as individuals or in groups to study and research for their classes. A variety of seating areas are provided for different work modes and futuristic components such as book robot kiosks are implemented to serve the students while incorporating innovative technology.

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open space plan inspired by the concept of a gear - many spaces working together

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individual study area Study rooms functioning for solo or group work

integrated cafe area for study breaks

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glass wall to divide but not close off private work space

Book machine to distribute books once selected by the touch screen menu

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Interior Rendering

LIBRARY OF THE FUTURE


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Description

Through use of Autocad programs, a space plan for a restaurant of choice as well as a design for a decorative wall panel and bistro table were created to be entered in a regional art competition. Challenges arose as the project was to be physically cut from a CNC machine and laser cutter, so constraints for size and scale were placed to keep the physical forms from coming in too large. Three dimensional assemblage helped instill knowledge on watching a design come to life and the specifics that go towards designing a piece of furniture that works together to combine an elaborate whole that aesthetically benefits the environment it is placed in. 1" 64'-34 10'-4"

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TA PA S B A R & BISTRO FLOOR PLAN

A compass and its linear elements serve as the concept for the Tapas Bar & Bistro as well as the table and wall panel design. Diagonal lines which combine to form a perfect whole to guide direction and provide unity are demonstrated in the floor plan layout through use of radial banquette seating as well as playful bar curved seating. The concept is further driven in the linear elements of the wall panel and table as diagonal lines span together to create a symbolic whole and draw clients in the space to come together and guides conversation to flow smoothly.


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The two-dimensional wall panel prototype includes dynamic diagonal cut-outs and engravings to reflect the directional qualities that the compass concept portrays. The three central cut-outs form to create a large downwards arrow, demonstrating how pieces combine to provide direction. Although simplistic in nature, the various pieces combine to create a more elaborate whole, just as the compass does.

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The three-dimensional furniture model has unique elements in both its base and tabletop that relate to the dynamic principles of the compass concept. The base of the table combines diagonal elements into a crossed formation to provide the structurally stable and chair friendly base. The top features the marks made from the joinery and small engravings added emphasize the structural importance that the table provides. Each joint slides into place for an easy assemblage.

F I N A L TA B L E DESIGN


Hayleigh Engelhardt I N T E R I O R

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Bachelor of Science, Major of Interior Design The Florida State University | August 2016 - May 2020 GPA: 3.95 CIDA Accredited program Department of Interior Architecture & Design Highest Honors Diploma Vanguard High School | May 2016 GPA: 4.0

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GMK Associates Interior Design Intern | Summer 2019 Generated FF&E schemes for upcoming projects and selected materials Constructed 3D models and elevations in various software programs Participated in client meetings and site visits

National Honors Society

J.Holland Interiors

Various honors & AP classes

Interior Design Intern | Summer 2018 Met with clients and general contractors for upcoming

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Presidents List Honor: 4.0 GPA Requirement Fall 2016, Spring 2018, Summer 2018, Summer 2019 Deans List Honor: 3.5 GPA Requirement

Spring 2016, 2017 Academic Year, Fall 2018, 2019 Academic Year Runner-Up Interface Design Charrette Competition Team design charrette sponsored by Interface, 2019

projects Assisted in material and furniture selection for residential design projects Gained exposure in the residential design sector Crossfit Blackbox Crossfit Trainer | July 2018 - Present Educates the public in the role of Crossfit training and general physical fitness

Department DJMT O’Brien Scholarship Winner

Leads group classes as well as private training sessions with

Showcased lighting fixture design in Dallas Convention, 2019

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Golden Lighting, Dallas Lightroom Show Faculty selected, Department of Interior Architecture & Design, 2019

Applies analytical skills to assess movement corrections


C O N T A C T

e: hae16@my.fsu.edu t: 352.895.1254

A F F I L I A T I O N S

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Student Member, IIDA | 2019 - Present

Revit

Interior Architecture and Design Student Advisory Council Member | 2017 - Present

Lumion Autocad Sketchup

Interior Design Student Organization mentor and

Adobe Photoshop

member | 2017 - Present

Adobe Illustrator

National Society Of Collegiate Scholars member | 2017 - Present

S K I L L S

Adobe Indesign Adobe Lightroom

Habitat For Humanity member | 2017 - Present

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Hand Rendering Computer Rendering Space Planning Problem Solving Presentation Organization Communication

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Interior Design Studio I-IV CAD I & II Lighting Fundamentals Furniture Design Materials & Methods Construction Documents Construction Systems Materials Simulation Sustainability History of Interiors I & II


Thank you!


H A Y L E I G H E N G E L H A R D T t: 352 895 1254 e: hae16@my.fsu.edu


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