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HRISTINA PARK


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SLUMBER

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PIGMENT

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REFLECTION


CONTENTS

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TOTAL SPACE

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CHECK PLEASE

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MAKE IT UP

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MISC MEDIA


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FOREST


FOREST: an interior faรงade

Design an interior faรงade for restaurant chain, SWEETGREENS. while combining the use of a sustainable material, CORK. Investigate how a facade can support both TO-GO and SITDOWN programs for airport users.

PROGRAM: restaurant

Program is a TO-GO and SITDOWN restaurant for SWEETGREENS, a sustainably based restaurant chain that specializes in serving freshly grown and cooked healthy choices. Also strives to reach out to community by hosting events and philantronpic affairs.

STUDY: cork

CORK is a highly SUSTAINABLE material that is elastic, impermeable, and extremely resilient to dust, making it an ideal material to place in public, high-traff ic areas. Trees are stripped of their bark instead of being cut down, making the production process less harmful.


THE CLIENT:

sweet green

made from scratch all organic locally grown transparent sources

FOUNDED in 2007 SERVES simple, seasonal, healthy food BELIEVES in health of people + communities + environment NOT JUST A RESTAURANT CHAIN, serves to give back and promote awareness to create lasting connections and build a better future

local art displayed preserve existing building structure


THE MATERIAL:

cork

lightweight

comfortable to touch

HARVESTED every 9 years

buoyant recyclable environmentally friendly

MAINLY USED as subf looring and insulation DOES NOT biodegrade easily, allowing recycling ITS NATURAL FEATURES has architects constantly looking for new and unconvential ways to apply into architecture

waterproof


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PHOTOSHOP RENDERING


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REFLECTED CEILING PLAN

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PHOTOSHOP RENDERING


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SLUMBER


SLUMBER: a place to sleep

Design a single, individual space of WORSHIP. The specif ic program of WORSHIP can be determined but must be a single action. The single space must be entirely constructed of sustainable COFFEE CUPS using a new form of joinery that involves no adhesives.

PROGRAM: place of worship

Program is an interactive space of WORSHIP that involves the act of SLEEP. This single program will be supported by the entirety of the structure.

STUDY: coffee cups

Millions of COFFEE CUPS are thrown away each day. To promote recycling and SUSTAINABILIT Y of these materials, the single material used for this project will only be cups.


THE PROGRAM:

sleep worship SLEEP is the essential cycle of life SERVES to give rest and energy IMPORTANT for the basic function of the human body ENVIRONMENT is important in providing the best sleep conditions in terms of sound, touch, smell


THE MATERIAL:

coffee cups USED worldwide MILLIONS are used to serve as disposable, quick ways of drinking tea and coffee MANY are not disposed correctly CONSTANT use may pose as a danger in environmental effects if they are not correctly recycled


HAND-DRAWN ELEVATIONS


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HAND-DRAWN ELEVATIONS


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PIGMENT


PIGMENT: a new retail store

Design a multi-programmatic f lagship store for HOUSING WORKS while considering their mission of COMMUNIT Y. A BAG bought from their store will be used to create design strategies.

PROGRAM: retail

Program is a RETAIL store with addtional programs to support HOUSING WORKS, who strives to to provide a HEALING community to people in need by contributing a majority of their sales to their organization.

STUDY: bag

A BAG was purchased from Housing Works’ warehouse which has the BUY-A-BAG program, meaning people pay a f ixed price to buy a bag f illed with other items. This bag was DISSECTED to inspect its working functions and systems.


THE CLIENT:

housing works

provide stable housing biggest cause is HIV/AIDS raise money and awareness

FOUNDED in 1990 WORK to provide a healing community for a community of people affected by HIV/AIDS BELIEVES in relentless advocacy to end homelessness and AIDS by providing lifesaving services VARIOUS FORMS OF SHOPPING AND DONATING, people are able to support HW in various ways

work to end homelessness collect used and new clothing to resell


ADDITIONAL:

bag CLUTCH made from pleather and metal hardware BALLS on clutch hardware are the focal point of the bag and makes it easily functional STITCHES on the bag vary in size and all connect together from the outside to the inside BALL AND SOCKET hardware is used to open and close the bag. A push and pull relationship exists while the brass balls only touch at one point on the spheres as they move


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SECTION B


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SECTION D


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REFLECTION


REFLECTION: a POPS

Redesign a PRIVATELY OWNED PUBLIC SPACE that exists within Manhattan. Provide multiple seatings while creating a space that compliments a PIECE OF ART. The piece of art will function to enhance the public space for potential users.

PROGRAM: public space

Program is a PUBLIC SPACE which needs seating to function as a basic public setting. Additional programs may be added to enhance the existing space. As a public space, ACCESSABILIT Y is key when designing each component.

STUDY: artwork

Study how PUBLIC ART is chosen and placed in different areas of the city. the piece of art will be chosen by a chosen process that requires random selection.


THE PROGRAM:

POPS

privately owned public space

people can use to take a break

space can be used to publically exhibit provide presentations

FREE and OPEN to all but have to follow rules privately funded better quality than publically funded spaces

USERS are able to access and use it however they wish WORK to provide functional interior spaces for everyone in NYC PRIVATELY funded to benef it the better public needs in providing a temperature-controlled space yearround

space can unite groups by means of free access


ADDITIONAL:

artwork

people who cannot access museums can view art museum prices are rising and people cannot afford to attend

PUBLIC ART is placed and funded by the government as well as building owners PUBLIC ART becomes important when considering if people will enjoy the work MUST be manageable to maintain BRINGS something private to the public audience

people can experience art in new and different settings people can be educated about public art


PLAN


REVIT/PHOTOSHOP RENDERING


REFLECTED CEILING PLAN


REVIT/PHOTOSHOP RENDERING


SECTION A

SECTION B


REVIT/PHOTOSHOP RENDERING

REVIT/PHOTOSHOP RENDERING


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TOTAL SPACE


TOTAL SPACE: a POPS + RETAIL

Redesign a PRIVATELY OWNED PUBLIC SPACE that exists within Manhattan and an additional retail program for PRADA. Provide same amount of area of existing POPS while contributing areas that determine the relationship between POPS and PRADA.

PROGRAM: shop + rest

Program is a PUBLIC SPACE which needs seating to function as a basic public setting as well as a PRADA STORE. Neither program must interupt one another and must compliment everyone that comes into the establishment.

STUDY: prada

PRADA is one of the most prestigious luxury fashion brands of all time with a rich heritage. Their concerns for store design and runway design serves as a guide for this project.


THE PROGRAM:

POPS+ RETAIL

people can use to take a break privately funded better quality than publically funded spaces

FREE and OPEN to all but have to follow rules USERS are able to access and use it however they wish WORK to provide functional interior spaces for everyone in NYC EMPLOYEES of retail are not interuppted by POPS users

luxury retail offers many possiblities in interior design retail function can serve as another passtime for pops users


ADDITIONAL:

prada

one of the most prominent fashion houses prada and OMA architects have done multiple collaborations for fashion shows

ITALIAN LUXURY FASHION house, specializing in leather handbags, travel accessories, shoes, ready-to-wear, perfumes and other fashion accessories FOUNDED in 1913 by MARIO PRADA CURRENT HEAD DESIGNER is MIUCCI PRADA

fashion shows are recorded on various types of media many big name stars will be invited and escorted inside space


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Raised Sidewalk Entry to Bloomberg Lobby

Park Avenue Viaduct

Main entrance to POPS

Park Avenue Viaduct Grand Central

Subway entrance/exit 42ND ST ENTRANCE

ENTRYWAYS TO SITE


GROUND LEVEL PLAN


REVIT/PHOTOSHOP RENDERING: VIEW OF POPS


SECOND LEVEL PLAN

THIRD LEVEL PLAN


REVIT/PHOTOSHOP RENDERING: VIEW OF RETAIL


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CHECK PLEASE


CHECK PLEASE: a thesis OBJECT

Design an object that describes the purpose and emphasis of one’s THESIS objective. The object must be explorative and well crafted to relate to one’s ideas.

PRODUCT: act of buying

The act of BUYING is questioned in this object by creating a garment made out of proofs of purchases. How does the action of buying become more than a chore? How does it become self-expressive? How does it become a proof of social validation?

STUDY: consumption

CONSUMPTION becomes a debated issue within the retail industry. How could this issue possibly be related to how people perceive owning certain items? Or how people perceive sharing their purchases on social media?


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printing + receipts + poster

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Many uncontrollable and damaging contingencies exist within the retail environment that affects both the body and mind of the consumer.

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How can the singular action of buying be addressed to reveal these contingencies? How can proof of purchase affect one’s self-worth and self-indulgence? How can it demonstrate excessive consumption? Why are “proofs” of giving harder to obtain?

cheap becomes valuable

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RECEIPT SWEATER materials + receipts + leather + cloth + thread + needle

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FINAL PRODUCT PHOTO - FRONT

FINAL PRODUCT PHOTO - BACK


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FRONT DETAIL

BACK DETAIL


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MAKE IT UP


MAKE IT UP: a DESK PARTITION

Design a desk partition that employs CONSTRUCTION techniques and explores MATERIALS while still being functional. The partition could be placed in any type of setting.

PROGRAM: f ix

Program is set inside a cafe to provide a desk partition that both functions as a semi-transparent barrier and allows the user to f ix their make up or check their teeth after indulging in coffee or food.

STUDY: acrylic

ACRYLIC is a translucent material that serves mostly as a decorative element. Woodshop and lasercutting techniques were utilized for this material with additional fasteners.


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1’- 11” 2’- 0” ELEVATION


1/8”

5/8” 1’- 11” 2’- 0”

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FLUSHED IN SCREW

ACRYLIC

SCREW FASTENER DETAIL

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4 3/4”


FULL SCALE MODEL

DETAILS


PHOTOSHOP RENDERING OF USE

PHOTOSHOP RENDERING OF INTERIOR


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MISC MEDIA


Distortion, Collage Dessin, Pen, magazine, 14� x 17�


ALONE, FIGURE, Charcoal, 36” x 45”


INVASION, SELF-PORTRAIT, Watercolor, 22” x 30”


TEXTILES OF CULTURE, Pen, Nail Polish, 12” x 9” each


TEXTILE BODY, Pen, Nail Polish, 22” x 30”

Christina Park | DESIGN PORTFOLIO | INTERIOR + GRAPHIC DESIGN | PRATT INSTITUTE  

Design projects made during 2015-current in the Interior Design bachelor's program at Pratt Institute.

Christina Park | DESIGN PORTFOLIO | INTERIOR + GRAPHIC DESIGN | PRATT INSTITUTE  

Design projects made during 2015-current in the Interior Design bachelor's program at Pratt Institute.

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