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Isabel C. Armenta Q. isabelcarmetna@gmail.com https://isabelcarmenta.wixsite.com/mysite Education: Environmental Engineer Nacional University of Colombia - 2003 Bachelor in Interior Designer Miami International University of Design - 2017 Skil s: Furniture Design │ 3D Modeling Revit │Revit Architecture │ 3D MAx Adobe Creative Suite – Photoshop – InDesign

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WAREHOUSE ART & CULTURAL CENTER CONCEPT - THE WAREHOUSE

PUBLIC SPACE

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The project has as a purpose to create a connection through an interior design concept between three inspiration sources that together represent the perception of community, culture and education, the raison d’être of this Art Community center as well to sense of belonging to Miami. The process to find these three sources of inspiration, it was not easy, since to look for things it means to enter oneself, is very relative to the age, the momentum, usually designer took inspiration from art, fashion, another designers or architects, etc. In the case of this project the inspiration become from an architect representing the space, a movie representing aesthetics and a flower which is a source of inspiration for the sense and the feeling that is wanted for the environment.

WYNWOOD MIAMI ART - FASHION - HEALTH - FOOD


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INSPIRATIONS

Entrance To Community Garden Community Garden. Entrance from Restaurant. Lounge Area.

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Central Patio Food Court. Food Market Holistic Shop Art Sales Office Art Open Gallery Mechanic Room Restroom SE

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Central Patio Food Court. Food Market Holistic Shop Art Sales Office Art Open Gallery Mechanic Room Restroom SE

Atelier Mini shop Space Restroom 2 Level Auditorium 1 (Capacity 35) Auditorium 2 (Capacity 35) concession sales Ticket Office 14 Projection Room

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The bridge connects the restaurant that is on the north side with the movie theaters and the atelier (south side) the idea was to create a unique element, here visitors can see the murals and sculptures as they walk.

COMUM MATERIALS


“Creativity is contagious, pass it on” – Albert Einstein Next page a perspective of the sales room, Art exhibition, paintings on white brick walls, the fo- where you can see urban art, vibrant colors. concal point wil be the detail of the ceiling where the crete floors, a minimalist office with few furniture. lights have the same organic design of the bridge. Additionally space for sculptures.

Next two pages images on the right and above show the atelier, the catwalk and the small shops for the sale of fashion products. Here white predominates, very minimalist, only a mural with strong colors stands out. the inclined columns are another important aspect in this design.

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Images on the right correspond to the restaurant, large columns inspired by the lotusflower create a wonderful vision and give a great touch to the design. As in the whole project, urban art wil be the focal point. the outside of the restaurant overlooks the bridge which is il uminated with LED on the railings.

COMUM MATERIALS

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The bridge connects the restaurant that is on the north side with the movie theaters and the atelier (south side) the idea was to create a unique element, here visitors can see the murals and sculptures as they walk.

COMUM MATERIALS

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ELEVATIONS Level 3 34' - 0"

South - North Level 2 17' - 0"

Intermedio 13' - 0"

Level 1 0' - 0"

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LOTUS LOF & FASHION CONCEPT - LOTUS LOFT The LOTUS LOFT project is based basically on the concept of BIOMMICRY, “Biomimicry is an approach to innovation that seeks sustainable solutions to human challenges by emulating nature’s time-tested patterns and strategies.”

environmental & sustainability

BIOMOMICRY ORG Our biomimicry was the lotus floor, for its particular capacity for self-cleaning. The materials used are sustainable and friendly to the environment. Location of this project is in the Winwood area, it is a building that consists of 2 apartments, which included a common area of regreation. at the same time a space for retail. In

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this building tanks are installed for the collection of rainwater to be used in the bathrooms and in the irrigation of plants.

WYNWOOD MIAMI retail + residential


FLOOR PLANS Level 1 Retail Space – Approx. 2,492 SF Organic Clothing. 2 Parking Space . ADA Bathroom. Mechanical Room.

Level 2 Social Area– Approx. 1,954 SF ADA Bathroom. Bil iard Table Lunch area Bathroom Tanning Area

Level 3 Loft A= 1,600 SF Loft B= 900 SF


Loft A, consists of two bedrooms, 2 1/2 bathrooms, open concept Living / dining room kitchen. TV Area that shares space with the office, balcony overlooks the street. Open, minimalist and colorful concept

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Loft B, also has 2 bedrooms and 2 1/2 bathrooms. open concept for the kitchen and living. is smaller than the Loft A. the kitchen has a balcony overlooking the wall of plants that was designed to create a better view and create a more natural environment than a simple wall.

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The common area of the lofts, is designed to tan, play

Rainwater is a relatively clean and absolute-

pool and enjoy the wall with natural plants / water-

ly free source of water. Total control over

proof & ecological materials.

Eco fabrics: Over half of our garments are made with stuff like Tencel, Viscose and recycled materials, which use way less resources than conventional cotton, and are less-polluting than oil-based fabrics to produce.

COMUM MATERIALS

Solar panel produces your water supply (ideal for cities with water

about 200 watts of electricity based on the efficiency

restrictions) - It is social y acceptable and en-

and size of what’s installed,

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Solar panel produces about 200 watts of electricity

ficiency and helps conserve water.

based on the efficiency and size of what’s installed.

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ELEVATIONS

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MARGARET HEALTH CARE CENTER CONCEPT - MARGARET HEALTH CARE CENTER The design goal for this health care facility is to create a space that reflects harmony and wellness, providing a safe and aesthetically appealing environment having in mind the ADA required elements placed in a minimalistic atmosphere, where patients wil experience an interactive setting. The setting consists of clean lines, natural elements, and ecofriendly materials, taking advantage

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from the exposure of the daylight. The palette includes earth-tone colors with vivid accents of colors in order to integrate nature and provide a more enjoyable space for the staff, family members, and patients. Pattern flooring and local artwork were added in order to create a gratifying ambiance. Over all, our concept

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wil stimulate a playful environment to aid in alleviating stress and create a comfortable and setting to promote healing for patients.

DOWNTOWN MIAMI HEALTH CARE CENTER


FLOOR PLANS

Level 1

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Reception desk, wood and flexiglass, floor has the Waiting area, deiling art front 3th floor, inpired by art deco style the waves of Miami Beach, and Art Deco Movement.

TREATMENT ROOM Same floor as the entrance, art Deco Style:

PHYSICAL THERAPY CENTER: ceiling wave shape, Mirrored wall - Art Deco details,

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Seconf floor, cafeteria and waiting area, behind the wave-shaped wall, we can find the yoga and pilates room (last photo on the right) with minimalist style and little decoration.

Common elements are wood walnut and appliques in yellow, followed by the floor inspired by the Art Deco movement, the focal point is the hanging sculpture of the ceiling, which can be appreciated from the 1st floor and on the 2nd floor as well.

COMUM MATERIALS

Art Deco, also called style moderne, movement in the decorative arts and architecture that originated in the 1920s and developed into a major style in western Europe and the United States during the 1930s. ... Art Deco design represented modernism turned into fashion.

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CAFÉ/HEALTHY FOODS - counter

Dining Area

Massage Room

Doctor’s Office

COMUM MATERIALS

Nurse Hub

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ARTEMIS HOTEL BOUTIQUE CONCEPT - ARTEMIS MIAMI

HOSPITALITY

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The Artemis Boutique Hotel concept wil offer a unique design that emphasize safety, comfort and sophistication for business women and men traveling of all affinities and backgrounds. The key design element that reflects my concept wil be inspired by women who at the time created their style, innovating and somehow changing the world, the idea is to create different settings that remember the style and the time of each one of these women. The lobby wil be inspired by Coco Channel and the fashion splendor of the 50’s, the 80’s wil be present at the restaurant and Madonna wil be the influence. Also I would like to pay tribute to Amelia Earhart who was the first woman to ever fly solo across the Atlantic in 1932, designing a suite in her memory. Security wil be the priority of this hotel, where security cameras and guards wil be present, the entire third floor wil be allocated to the spa, which wil be the main approach that wil attract visitors to the hotel when they are in Miami for business.

BAR ARTEMIS HOTEL BOUTIQUE


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RECEPTION & FRONT DESK

COMUM MATERIALS

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A. Custom ADA front desk - LED Lights B. Massage Room

C. BathRoom

D. Master Bedroom

COMUM MATERIALS

E. Living Area MAster Suite

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HAPPINESS - SOCIAL CLUB CONCEPT INSPIRED BY SYRIAN CULTURE, THE SOCIAL CLUB’S DESIGN GOAL IS TO CREATE AN ATMOSPHERE WHERE THE CULTURE

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AND TRADITIONS OF SIRIA FILL THE SPACE. THE TURQUE COLOR PREDOMINATES IN THE ENVIRONMENT AND AS WELL ORGANIC SHAPES BOTH ON THE ROOF AND ON THE FLOOR.

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DOWNTOWN MIAMI SIRIAN RESTAURAN


FLOOR PLANS

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Lounge Area - Piano Bar

Dining Area

COMUM MATERIALS

View front Second floor to Reception

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Night Club - DJ Stage - Bar COMUM MATERIALS

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ELEVATIONS

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OTHERS DESIGNS

DESIGN IDEAS

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Library Design District Miami


RESIDENTIAL DESIGN - FLOOR PLAN SPACE PALNING

Apthorp Apartments - Unit 9B & 10B - Client: Clarissa Cingolani

PERPECTIVE 1 - LIVING ROOM 390 West End Avenue, New York, NY 10024

Apthorp Apartments - Unit 10B - Client: Clarissa Cingolani

390 West End Avenue, New York, NY 10024

Apthorp Apartments - Unit 9B Client: Clarissa Cingolani

390 West End Avenue, New York, NY 10024

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Apthorp Apartments - Unit 9B & 10B - Client: Clarissa Cingolani

ELEVATION A 390 West End Avenue, New York, NY 10024

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Elevation A - Master BathRoom

Elevation C - Master BathRoom

Elevation C - Master BathRoom

Elevation D - Master BathRoom

Apthorp Apartments - Unit 9B & 10B - Client: Clarissa Cingolani

ELEVATION A 390 West End Avenue, New York, NY 10024


LIBRARY DESIGN - CODES & REGULATION

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LIBRARY DESIGN - CODES & REGULATION

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LIBRARY DESIGN - CODES & REGULATION


JAPANESE RESIDENCE

GLOBAL DESIGN

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GLOBAL DESIGN - RESIDENTIAL

Master Bedroom Day & Night

Dining & KitchenDay & Night

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GLOBAL DESIGN - RESIDENTIAL

Lounge Area Day & Night

Living Room Day & Night


Interior Design Portfolio  

A compilation of my recent interior design projects that I completed during my academic career at Miami International University of Arts.

Interior Design Portfolio  

A compilation of my recent interior design projects that I completed during my academic career at Miami International University of Arts.

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