From Ridgewood, New Jersey Expected to graduate High Point University Spring of 2014 Major in Interior Design Work great within a group dynamic. Love bouncing ideas off one another to find the best possible solution
Work Experience: BFI: Located in New Jersey Capri Furniture Garnet Interior Designs Resume Upon Request * Contact Information: 236 Lincoln Ave, Ridgewood, NJ 07450 201 . 543 . 8336 firstname.lastname@example.org
Class Experience In: Intro to Interior Design Studio 1 Drawing Global Issues in the Built Environment History of Architecture (before 1830) History of Architecture (since 1830) Studio II Art History II Space Planning Cad for Interior Design Studio III Fundamentals of Furnishings Residential Building Technology Textiles Materials/Finishes Lighting Design/Color Interior Detailing Contract I Planning and Merchandising
Table of Contents Residential
Mid Century Modern Renovations Lighting Design
Stair Retroď€fit and Redesign of Doctors Office Celebrity Pamper Building Cardinal Valley YWCA
Product Design Light Fixture
Throne Room Perspective Throne Residential Perspective
Plate Design Anthropology Store Centering on Children
Midď€Century Modern Renovation
1st floor is an ice cream shop that is contract
2nd floor is a residential space
Stair Retroď€fit and Redesign of Doctors Office Kids Area
Steel stringer painted black
Stainless Steel Cross bars Dark espresso stained wood
Celebrity Pamper Building
To create a space for chosen celebrity: Prince Harry. A retail space, a bar/cafďƒŠ, a spa, and a private apartment space. My concept was to incorporate Harrys English background into the spaces for a feel of a home away from home.
1st Floor Tray ceiling dropped down to form Britain's flag
Styled after an English Pub
2nd Floor Recessed ceilings in spa treatment rooms for emphasis on the pendent lighting
Already made brand of tea famous in the U.K. Especially because it being the Queens favorite tea. Located on the first floor.
Spa located on the second floor. Reception/waiting area shown
Prince Harrys master bedroom. Located on the third floor.
Home Furnishings As a group, me and my peers had to come up with a retail furniture store and plan that had furniture priced within the low to medium range. Some of the furniture manufacturers we used were Basset, Broyhill, Klaussner, Hammery, Thomasville, and Surya. As a group we split up the project. I came up with the layout of the floor plan and the groupings of furniture seen.
*All perspectives are done by my peers, but we came up with the concepts of the furniture groupings together. As well as the center reception desk seen on the bottom.
Contract YWCA is a building that needs to be brought up to code and have a more open and supportive of the public. Starting in 4 main rooms, the lobby/reception, the teaching kitchen, baby basics room, and the multipurpose room. All while being under a restrained budget because they are a nonprofit organization. With my designs I made use of every space possible and be aesthetically pleasing while staying at a reasonable price line.
YWCA Waiting Area
Baby Basics: West Wall
Baby Basics: East Wall
Product Designď€Light Fixture
Possible types of finishes:
Sketch Up Throne Room Perspective:
Eclectic Plate Design and Board
Boards for the design of a new Anthropology store with different textured material
Childrens Center. Renderings done by me.