a collection of works.
summary Ambitious design student eager to grow and learn through collaboration. Fluent in Mandarin, English and French. Great communicator; skilled at connecting with people and developing interpersonal relationships. Will seek out answers for anything that I do not understand.
experience & accolades Student Service Desk Analyst UNCG | June 2016 - Present
IID Student Officer | 2017-2019
Communicate with clients to better understand their technical issues. Respond to clientâ€™s emails seeking help.
Organized and hosted student events. Managed chapter finances. Mentored underclassmen on leadership and communication
Provided technical assistance over the phone for all computer, software and account related issues.
CIDA Selected | Februrary 2018
Follow up with clients to make sure problems were resolved.
Work selected by CIDA for accreditation and display
contact (336) 473 5450 firstname.lastname@example.org linkedin.com/in/hekirolin/
Bachelor of Fine Arts - Interior Architecture University of North Carolina at Greensboro | January 2016 - Present
skills - Communication - Sketching - Fluent in Mandarin, English & French - Photography
- SketchUp - AutoCAD - Revit - Adobe Illustrator
- Adobe Lightroom - Woodworking
interests - Automotive Design/Culture - Martial Arts - Photography - Interior Design
- Drawing/Sketching - Watch Collecting - Reading - Furniture Design
where a family can rebuild and in collaboration with Margarito Martinez reconnect.
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renderings the hardwick home was designed for a family who had lost their mother. the home was meant to be a healing place for the family, therefore private spaces were placed around the living room; the heart of the house.
view of the living room
view of the kitchen/dining area 4
an NKBA design challenge. a home designed for lovers of efficiency
kitchen/dining space A2 A1
sections the home was designed for a couple in the San Francisco area. the space was meant to maximize their efficiency from day to day.
transitioning from one space to another should be effortless. linear organization was used to help improve circulation and transitions within the home. A-1section 10
renderings earthy tones and textures were used to incorporate natural elements into the space.
creating a space from the abstract | selected for CIDA
red dance by kenneth young
the objective was to analyze a piece of existing art work and create an original textile pattern.
the organic an clustered nature of the piece proved to be a challenge to study.
hand drawn pattern block
the result came down to a block that could be rearranged to provide a seamless repitition. 13
biotic cluster the block is then digitized and repeated to create a textule pattern that emulates the features and nature of the origin artwork.
the textile pattern on the right was chosen to be displayed for CIDA accreditation.
biotic cluster organic lines were used in the museum space to emulate the organic nature of the art work and sculpture.
the project than transitioned into developing a 3D sculpture and a space to display it along with the textile.
model and sculpture our first time model making proved to be educational as we quickly learned the importance of craftsmandship.
convergence stool in collaboration with Marcus Avendano &Lizandro Marcial-Armas
The design of the stool was meant to visually represent a difference of opinions/perspectives coming together and finding common ground through conversation. The three legs represents the different perspectives while the sitting surface represents common ground. 18
the joints were overlapped in the center and unified with a dowl.
parts were cut out using a CNC machine and later assembled and sanded by hand.
layers of plywood were used to create a smooth sitting surface. 20
the stools are shown in residential projects .
a collection of drawings from studies of furniture, interior spaces and personal interests
Pencil, pen and markers were used to showcase possible layout and materials 24
living space Modern living space with outdoor lighting.
photography a collection of photographs of architecture in italy, switzerland, asheville and d.c.
armani silos, milanj
efferson memorial, d.c
building corner, asheville
framed door, verona
the oculus, rome
parking structure, lugano
thank you for your consideration
CONTACT (336) 473-5450