Isabella Jones | Interior Design Portfolio

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I S A B E L L A



jones

I S A B E L L A


jones

I S A B E L L A

EDUCATION Bachelor of Science in Interior Design CIDA Accredited Mississippi State University, Starkville, MS Cumulative GPA: 3.50/4.00 Major GPA: 3.56/4.00 Graduation: August 2022

EXPERIENCE Lead Dance Instructor | Fall 2021-Present APEX Dance Company, Starkville, MS Teach ballet, jazz, and hip-hop skills and technique Communicate with students and families Manage and upkeep studio space

Social Media & Marketing Director | Fall 2019-Present Bella Blooms and Designs, Pelham, AL Collect and promote product images or content Manage social media platforms and website Design and edit all branded materials

Freelance Hair/Makeup Stylist | Fall 2017 - Present Collaborate and lead a team in styling clients Liaise with clients Manage and maintain supplies and products

It Works! Distributor | Spring 2019 - 2020 Maintained contact with co-workers and customers Promoted and sold product Stayed current on product knowledge/training

ivjones2022@gmail.com 205|907|6308 Birmingham, AL

ACTIVITIES & INVOLVEMENT LOCALLY Collegiate Society of Interior Designers | 2018 - Present Attendee, Lunch & Learns: 2021 | Wolf Gordon, Tile Bar, Mary Clair Cumbaa 2020 | KI, Pallas Textiles, Takeform, Shaw Carpet 2019 | JSI Furniture Company, Ferrell Calhoun

Attended JTB Factory Tour | 2021 Zeta Tau Alpha Sorority | 2018 - Present 2021 | Mentor, Spiritual & Sunshine Sister 2019-2020 | Director of Sisterhood, Programs Council 2019 - Present | Hair/Makeup Committee, Programs Council 2019 | Assistant, Social Chair, Programs Council 2018 - 2019 | Leader, Truth Founder’s Group

Delight Ministries | 2021-Present Fashion Board | 2019 - 2020 Hair Stylist Etre Magazine | 2019 - 2020 One of three beauty stylists Schola Cantorum Choir | 2018 - 2020 NATIONALLY Member, International Interior Design Association | 2020-Present Member, Network of Executive Women in Hospitality | 2020-Present Member, American Society of Interior Designers | 2018 - Present


RELATED COURSEWORK

Bahamas Central America rica France Italy Mexico Spain Asheville, NC C Atlanta, GA Destin, FL Greenville, SC C Las Vegas, NV V Nashville, TN N New Orleans, s, LA Orlando, FL San Fransico,, CA

Revit BIM360 AutoCAD Sketchup Photoshop Illustrator InDesign WebEX Zoom Microsoft Office

Public Speaking Leadership Management Organization Independence Scheduling Problem Solving Reliability Efficiency Communication

Technical Skills

Soft Skills

ADVANCED

PROFICIENT

TRAVEL

Interior Materials Construction & Detailing Furniture Design Professional Practice Principles of LEED

WORKING

Participant, Power of WE Event | 2020 Participant, Stand to Stop Hazing Event | 2019 Volunteer, Dance Marathon, Mississippi State | 2019 - 2020 Volunteer, Sent Online Valentine’s Day Cards to patients, St. Jude’s Hospital | 2019-2022 Volunteer, Breakfast on the Farm, Mississippi State | 2018 Volunteer, Interior Design Studio Monitor, Mississippi State | 2020

Technical: Environments Textiles for Interiors Color & Lighting Theatre & Arch. Lting. History of Interiors

ADVANCED

COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT

Technology: AutoCAD Digital Design 3D CAD Modeling

Design: Design I & II Drawing I Hand Drafting Hand Rendering Photography

PROFICIENT

President’s List | 2021 Dean’s List | 2020 MSU Choral Scholarship/Service Award | 2018 - Present MSU Academic Excellence Scholarship | 2018 - Present Youth Leadership Excellence Scholarship | 2018 - 2019 Wheeler Laird Memorial Endowed Scholarship | 2018 - 2019 3rd Place-Brasfield & Gorrie Student Design Competition | 2021

WORKING

HONORS & AWARDS


table of contents

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CORPORATE

INSTITUTIONAL

Verdure Beauty

Hand Lab

CORPORATE NEXT


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05

06

HOSPITALITY

CREATIVE

TECHNICAL

The Collective



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CORPORATE



verdure OBJECTIVE

43,000 Square Feet

Create first headquarters facility including flagship Corporate Training Center. Houses portions of Human Resources Division, specifically hiring and training. Design reflects corporation’s high energy workforce and impresses visitors through innovative design elements and application of green materials and furnishings, Steelcase and associated vendors sources only for FF&E.

PROJECT San Diego, California Verdure refers to lush and fresh vegetation and are the root of this hair and skin care brand. The company devotes itself to creating uniquely formulated products that are made of clean, pure ingredients and deliver top performance. As an environmentally responsible company, Verdure’s products are completely crueltyfree and made from sustainable materials recycled after use.

PROJECT TYPE Individual Project (Junior Level)

SOFTWARE USED Revit, Photoshop, Illustrator

SKILLS EXHIBITED Research, Programming, Concept, Development, Brand Development, Schematics, Space Planning, Design Development, Reflected Ceiling Plan, Perspective Rendering, Furniture Selection, and Custom Textile Design as a branding application throughout the facility.



RESEARCH

There is a direct correlation between individual’s interior environment & their overall health, wellbeing, & performance.

PSYCHOLOGY

Elements of a brand A combination of are carried out through general & task lighting is the design, lighting, provided & is adjustable & graphics, of the so employees can company’s space to control the lighting create an intuitive & at their specific cohesive space for users. workstation.

BRANDING

LIGHTING

Visual privacy occurs when workers feel they have privacy, whereas acoustical privacy protects information being produced within a space.

Work spaces should be designed appropriately to encourage positive relationships among the users & encourage them to work successfully together.

Ergonomics begins with the overall layout of the space from placement of equipment & workstations to location of windows, power outlets & lighting.

PRIVACY

DIVERSITY

ERGONOMICS

DESIGN INTENT The concept behind Verdure Beauty is the Pampass Grass Plant. Pampass Grass, a native plant to San Diego, grows wildly, since its seeds spread so easily. It is neutral in color, without any defined form. Embodying this idea, Verdure’s interior design is flooded with organic and curvilinear shaped furniture and lighting fixtures, and natural, but refined materials, such as wood and stone, to reflect nature. A balance between glossy and matte, and rich and neutral finishes blends lavish and natural design schemes. Unique, acoustical ceiling treatments and natural plant life is brought into the space to bring feelings of closeness and relaxation. Design philosophy is functional, simplistic, and cohesive.

DESIGN GOALS ~Create functional and exciting spaces that have natural plant life and abstract art placed throughout the office to inspire employees. ~Incorporate collaborative areas for employees to engage with one another, increasing creativity and social interaction. ~Design spaces and a layout to provide support spaces that allow employees to relax and refresh throughout the day. ~Implement means for furniture, lighting, and air ventilation to be completely adjustable to the user. ~Design spaces that are versatile, where furniture and technology can be easily re-arranged to evolve the companies ideas.


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1ST FLOOR COLOR-CODED PLAN

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DEPARTMENT SQAURE FOOTAGES 1st floor HRM 1748

HRD 3768

HRA 5445

MGMT TRAINING 6208

FC OFFICE 4163

LOBBY/S 2435


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DN

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2ND FLOOR COLOR-CODED PLAN UP

DEPARTMENT SQAURE FOOTAGES 2nd floor TRANING CENTER 11163

TECH TRANING 5387

FC TRAINING 2683

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1ST FLOOR ANNOTATED FLOORPLAN Daylight, task lighting, & indirect lighting make space comfortable, healthy, & productive for workers. Work stations have a Steelcase LED task light.

Conference room inspiration

Tinted windows provide privacy, regulate temperature, & combat glare.

Murals on front of walls in workstation area. CONF ROOM

CONF ROOM BREAKOUT SPACE

BENCH

MANAGER

BENCH

INTV RM

INTV RM

MANAGER

ENCLAVE INTV RM

ENCLAVE

Enclave inspiration

SCANNER/PACKING RM

LOCKABLE STORAGE

SEATING

COFFEE/COPY RM

SERVER RM

P.FILES

PRINTER

IND. PYS. IND. PYS.

IND. PYS.

IND. PYS. IND. PYS.

SHELVES

INTV RM

INTV RM

MECH/ELEC

SERVER RM

TELE/DATA

ENCLAVE

MECHANICAL

IND. PYS.

IND. PYS. PODS

IND. PYS.

IND. PYS. INTV RM

IND. PYS.

ADVISOR ADVISOR

IND. PYS.

ENCLAVE

LIBRARY/COACHING

STAIR

WOMEN'S

MEN'S ELEVATOR

ADDITIONAL WORKSPACE

ADDITIONAL WORKSPACE

IND. PYS.

IND. PYS.

PODS

MANAGER

Breakout/lounge spaces, near the conference areas, encourage employee collaboration.

BREAKOUT SPACE

CREDENZA

CREDENZA

STAIR

UP

UP

MANAGER

CONF ROOM

MANAGER

MANAGER

CONF RM

COFFEE/COPY/PRINTING ROOM

TESTING ROOM

MANAGER

MAN. DIRECTOR

QUALITY HALL OF FAME

Interview rooms are located near the lobby to aid in guest wayfinding.

MANAGER

MAN. DIRECTOR

MANAGER

MANAGER MANAGER

MANAGER

P. STATION WAITING AREA

FILING CABINETS

STAIRCASE

Collaborative work areas allow for comfortable interactions with peers. Located in high traffic areas to decrease the feeling of crowding & increase productivity.

RECEPTION

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Coffee, Copy, & Print Room centrally located to provide easy access for employees.

LOBBY/ATRIUM/WAITING SPACE

Custom planters, with live plants, purify the air, make the space more comfortable, & tie back into the company’s brand.

Grand stair, centrally located, promotes activity within the workplace. Wide tread design encourages user engagement & conversation.

All workstations are movable & adjustable to support change & growth.

Offices grouped on proximity for communication & collaborative work within departments.


2ND FLOOR ANNOTATED FLOORPLAN

Workstations are the same style & size to promote fairness & equality.

Curtain Wall design allows natural light to flow into the space, promotes wellness & provides acoustic control while mimicking an open concept space.

Varying seating styles implemented to accommodate all users & provide a comfortable, residential feel. Ergonomic task chairs create a seamless experience for guests when the space is

CONF RM-6

BO RM-6

BO RM-6

ENCLAVE BO RM-10

BO RM-10

BO RM-6

BO RM-6

O ST

ADVISOR

TABLE

GEN STORAGE ADVISOR

MANAGER

BREAKROOM

COFFEE/COPY/PRINT RM

ENCLAVE

ELECTRICAL/ELEV. MANAGER

MANAGER

SERVER RM

ENCLAVE

WOMEN'S

MECHANICAL CHASE

SERVER RM

ENCLAVE ENCLAVE

MEN'S

Room

GEN. CLASSROOM

ELEVATOR

DN

UP

MANAGER

MANAGER

NEW TECH LAB

MANAGER P. STATION

MANAGER

PRE-FUNCTION SPACE

QUALITY HALL OF FAME

BENCH

PRE-FUNCTION SPACE

BO RM-10 ENCLAVE

TRAINING RM

GEN. CLASSROOM BO RM-10

LUGGAGE STORAGE RM

The Coffee, Copy, Print Room’s cased opening makes it easily accessible to users & opens up the space.

Lounge seating provided in the Breakout Rooms for collaboration.

DN

STORAGE

UP

TELE/DATA

MANAGER

Room

Training areas placed on the exterior walls optimize the natural daylight.

TRAINING RM

WARMING KITCHEN

MANAGER

E

STORAGE

MANAGER MANAGER

G RA

BENCH

PRE-FUNCTION SPACE

CONF RM-6

REFRIGERATOR

LOUNGE SPACE

CREDENZA

CREDENZA

QUIET LOUNGE

Breakout rooms placed on ends of the training areas to encourage further discussion & productivity.

Credenzas implemented to store food & beverages.

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Workstations & offices separated from the training areas for privacy & noise control.

Luggage storage conveniently located near the entrance stair & elevator.

Various styles of seating alleviates crowding from training areas & make guests comfortable.


DESIGN REMARKS Carpet inlaid absorbs sound, brings visual interest, creates movement, & visual separation.

Various lounge seating styles provide residential feel to space.

Floor-to-ceiling curtain walls offer ample access to natural light.

Additional seating & the Hall of Fame Wall, positioned behind the railing separator, serves as multifunctional space for guests & users.

LEFT SIDE OF LOBBY

Floor-to-ceiling railings maintain the spacious, open-concept feel while providing visual separation & privacy. Railing Inspiration

Polished Concrete Flooring

Sofa & Loveseat Fabric


DESIGN REMARKS Monumental stair opens to informal seating area surrounded by railing allows individuals to observe outdoor views & lower reception.

Organically shaped planters custom built for live plants, security & comfort to guests.

Custom built wooden panel system follows slope of stair & lower from the atrium ceiling to create privacy.

Reception desk, customized for the lobby, provides ample storage & linear surface space. Gray components that are height adjustable & illuminated along edges.

RIGHT SIDE OF LOBBY

Sofa Leather Material

Birch Hardwood

Reception Area Inspiration


WORKSTATION AREA


DESIGN REMARKS

Task Chair FabricSteelcase Designtex

Task chairs at workstations height adjustable & ergonomic improve employees overall wellbeing in the workplace. Acoustic Panel MaterialSteelcase Designtex

Desk mounted acoustical panels separate work areas provide privacy while user is seated & does not prohibit conversation when standing. Workstations are movable & reconfigured to accommodate company’s needs to grow & evolve.

Workstation PanelSteelcase

Inlaid, custom carpet not only visually enhances space, but also aids in absorbing sounds. Material similar to white board applied to surface of storage unit in desk system to meet employees’ needs & improve their productivity in the workplace. Custom ceiling treatments create a more intimate environment for users & also aids in acoustic control. Combination of natural light & man-made layers of lighting positively impacts employees in all aspects from work efficiency to health & well-being.

Ceiling Treatment Inspiration

Inlaid Carpet PatternCustom


DESIGN REMARKS

Polished Porcelain TileTile Bar

Various seating styles are implemented such as the high top, bar, & booth seating creates casual, lounge environment. Accent WallNational Wallcovering Furniture selected easily movable to accommodate any needs guests have.

Two main walls are floor-to-ceiling curtain walls. Optimizes daylight flowing into room & provides acoustic control.

Banquette FabricSteelcase Designtex

Seat Cushion FabricSteelcase Designtex

Two flooring types create depth & contrast, & visually separate food prep area & seating areas.

Dropped ceiling from wooden panels warms environment & makes it more inviting to guests. CountertopNemo Tile + Stone

Live plants in space add to guest’s experience but also deliver positive benefits nature brings, cleans the air, & helps absorb sound.

Surfaces carefully selected in this high traffic area are durable, sustainable, & easily cleaned.


BREAKROOM


INST


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INSTITUTIONAL



OBJECTIVE 69, 280 Square Feet Design and create a renovation and construction plan for the Hand Chemical Lab located on Mississippi State University’s campus. Renovate and expand the auditorium as well as add faculty offices, classrooms, and a twenty person conference room. Create a facade and signage/wayfinding to attract students. Design exhibits considerations towards achieving LEED and WELL Building Certification.

PROJECT Starkville, MS The mission of the Mississippi State Hand Chemical Lab is to ensure accurate labeling, quality, and safety of animal feeds, human foods, fertilizers, pesticides, and petroleum products sold within the State of Mississippi. The Hand Lab not only houses the department of Chemistry, but is also used by students of all disciplines. Hand Chemical Lab serves as a multifunctional space for all and accommodates a variety of mediums of learning.

PROJECT TYPE Interdisciplinary Project (Senior Level)

SOFTWARE USED Revit, Enscape, Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign

SKILLS EXHIBITED Research, Concept, Development, Schematics, Space Planning, Design Development, Reflected Ceiling Plan, Perspective Rendering, Furniture Selection, Branding, Signage/wayfinding development.

3rd Place in Brasfield & Gorrie Student Competition



RESEARCH

Layering acoustic elements such as paneling systems or materials with sound absorption properties creates a stronger sound barrier.

Implementing local & natural resources & materials positively impacts the environment & also reduces project expenses.

ACOUSTICS

SUSTAINABILITY

Mechanical & electronic Design of the space elements can be utilized should cater to the to best accommodate anticipated & desired users & provide greater needs & wants to create versatility within each long-lasting, engaging, & space. positive experiences.

TECHNOLOGY

USER-CENTERED

Re-configurable & easily moveable spaces provide more opportunities for users & for how the space can be used as opposed to traditional styles.

Analyzing the air, water, lighting, & nourishment elements within built environments promotes & positively impacts human health & wellbeing.

FLEXIBILITY

WELL-BUILDING

DESIGN INTENT Design conceptually derived from idea of molecules, as it is illustrated in a line-drawing structure. Molecules are made up of unique elements that have an intricate and unique structure. Spaces are cohesively linked and bonded together and physically the environment is linked to Mississippi State, working in unity with the rest of the university. Design elements and principles of form, shape, space, harmony, and movement implemented. Muted earth tones and linear forms represented in metal and wood finishes, acoustical panels, and furniture. Space designed in a manner that is inviting, barrier-free, and easy for users to navigate, with access to ample natural light, creating a unique learning experience for students.

DESIGN GOALS ~Take advantage of natural resources. ~Incorporate elements and technologies that create a flexible spaces for users. ~Create unique forms to expand the space and experiences for users. ~Utilize creative and state-of-the-art means to provide great acoustic means within the environment ~Include design elements that relate to the client and their vision for the space.


1ST FLOOR PLAN

2ND FLOOR PLAN


Project Walkthrough Scan Here

3RD FLOOR PLAN


CLASSROOM


DESIGN REMARKS

Wall PaintBenjamin Moore

Ample layers of lighting promote a more productive & engaging environment for users. Task Chair MaterialSteelcase Designtex

Layout of furniture creates equal learning opportunities for all students.

Task chairs are ergonomic & easily movable to best aid users’ wants & needs. Accent Wall InspirationCustom Materials & surfaces applied can be properly cleaned, complying with current sanitation requirements. Ceiling MaterialNemo Tile + Stone

Flat screen monitors give students access to higher learning through technology.

Workstations are height adjustable to give users the ability to work in a sit-to-stand position.

Color scheme throughout accent wall graphic creates energetic environment to support individual’s overall well-being in the space.

Wood FlooringArmstrong LVT


DESIGN REMARKS

Faux Leather FabricSteelcase Designtex

U-shaped conference table encourages more conversation & collaboration. Accent Wall InspirationCustom

Seating can be easily moved & is heightadjustable to best accommodate all users.

Carpet inlay aids in acoustic control & absorb sound, as well as creates visual contrast.

Banquette FabricSteelcase Designtex

Built-in shelving provides additional storage & creates a more residential feel within the space.

Wood FlooringArmstrong LVT

Wall PaintBenjamin Moore

Ceiling treatment creates a sense of visual depth, but also aids in acoustics.

The cool color scheme carried out in contrast with the more muted warm tones produce a sense of calmness & visual interest for users.

Surfaces selected can be cleaned easily & are durable enough to withstand higher traffic situations.


CONFERENCE ROOM


AUDITORIUM


DESIGN REMARKS

Seating FabricSteelcase Designtex

Space designed with intention of creating an environment that is exciting for individuals in which to gather in. Wall PaintBenjamin Moore

Paneling applied to walls is custom built & made of acoustic material to reduce excess or additional noise. Ceiling design, material, & treatment custom built & designed to absorb additional noise & diffuse that created from the mezzanine level so individuals may hear with ease.

Seating FabricSteelcase Designtex

Mixed use of wood & carpet materials create visual separation & contribute to acoustic control throughout space. Ceiling InspirationCustom

Tiered seating design allows each individual to have equal sight lines. Complementing warm & cool tones create a calm environment & allows users to focus better within the space. LVT material applied to sloped walkways allow disabled individuals to move throughout with ease.

Seating FabricSteelcase Designtex



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CORPORATE



next OBJECTIVE

15,000 Square Feet

Plan and design NEXT’s new satellite office space. Design promotes collaboration, engagement, productivity, and employee well-being, while incorporating innovative design elements, applying green materials and furnishings, Steelcase and associated vendors sourced only for FF&E.

PROJECT New York City, NY NEXT, a start-up clean-beauty cosmetic company, is founded by a Korean woman, making diversity and inclusion key elements of the brand. The company is inspired by New York City’s deep-rooted culture, which is a melting pot of many different core values. The products formed by NEXT are vegan, cruelty-free, and sustainable.

PROJECT TYPE Individual Project (Senior Level)

SOFTWARE USED Revit, Photoshop, Illustrator

SKILLS EXHIBITED Research, Programming, Concept Development, Brand Development, Schematics, Space Planning, Design Development, Reflected Ceiling Plan, Perspective Rendering, Elevation, and Furniture Selection.



RESEARCH

Privacy is about finding the balance between too much or little noise & open & closed space to keep users comfortable & focused.

It is very important to keep in mind the different mixes of ages, genders, & cultures of individuals performing different tasks within that space.

A space must be designed in a manner that evokes creativity & emotion within all individuals, without being too loud or chaotic.

PRIVACY

DIVERSITY

INSPIRING

Creating customizable Work spaces should be office environments designed appropriately is critical because to encourage positive each person’s physical relationships among the structure is different, users & encourage them overall affecting how to work successfully well tasks are performed. together.

COMFORTABILITY

INCLUSIVITY

DESIGN INTENT The New York City office of NEXT Cosmetics is inspired by the art of painting as it is conceptually compared to that of applying beauty products. The space is curated in a curvilinear manner to promote diversity, inclusivity, and innovation and additionally empower and inspire employees each day. Materials vary in form, texture, and finish, mimicking the elements of paint and its corresponding tools such as brushes, sponges, palettes, canvases, and many others utilized within the art of painting.

DESIGN GOALS ~Maximize real estate through multi-functional spaces that provide a mixture of individual and group spaces that can be open, shielded, and enclosed spaces. ~Incorporate areas to increase employee engagement and productivity and further improve employees’ wellbeing. ~Design spaces to enhance collaboration between all employees in the office and remotely. ~Integrate thoughtful technology to address seamless connectivity between the office, remote staff, retailers, influencers, and customers. ~Implement design means for spaces to be inspiring, innovative, inclusive, thought provoking, fun, functional, and flexible.


FINAL CRITERIA MATRIX

Program Usable Square Footage Requirements

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EMPLOYEE CEO/Founder VP of Sales Chief Marketing Officer Chief Financial Officer Controller/Finance Manager Chief Operations Officer Human Resource Manager Intellectual Property Leader Open Office Spaces/Indv. Work Areas (assigned) Open Office Spaces/Indv. Work Areas (unassigned) SUPPORT SPACES Reception Small Meeting Rooms

13

Large Meeting Space

1

324

324

N

*

X

N

14 15 16 17 18 19 20

Retail Mock-Up Product/Swag Storage Product Development Project Room Video Studio Photo Studio Marketing Project Rm Celebration Board

1 1 1 1 1 1 1

600 263 400 450 450 360 65

600 263 400 450 450 360 65

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* N * N N * *

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Resource Center

2

300

600

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N

N

N

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SPACE

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Project: NEXT Student Design Competition

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 27 15

180 180 180 180 180 180 180 180 36 36

180 180 180 180 180 180 180 180 972 540

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1 8

680 100

680 800

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N X

N N

22

Mother's Rm

1

121

121

Y

*

Y

N

23

Wellness Room

1

200

200

N

*

Y

N

24

Wellness Room

1

293

293

N

*

Y

N

25

Work Café

1

1040

1,040

N

*

N

Y

26 27 28 29

Medium Meeting Spaces Inspo Room Outdoor Terrace Monumental Stair Total Assignable SF

3 1 1 1

200 200 2,541 170

printer, computer, dual monitors, & phone whiteboards, pin-up space, & television whiteboards, pin-up space, hospitality counter, & television whiteboards whiteboards, pin- up space, & television backdrops whiteboards & pin-up space copier/printer, large format printer, recycling cemter, mail trays lockable storage

600 N X N * 200 Y N N * 2,543 Y N N 170 Y * N N 13,111 = Sum of SUBTotal ASF

coffee machine whiteboards, pin-up space, & television


FINAL BUBBLE DIAGRAMS


Steelcase | Series 2 Task Chair Stool

Steelcase | Free Standing Height Work Table

Cool | 43 Series Chair 1ST FLOOR RENDERED PLAN B

A

1ST FLOOR CEILING PLAN-RECEPTION

C


Viccarbe | Aleta Lounge Chair

Mitchell Gold & Bob Williams | Soleil Cocktail Table

Viccarbe | Aleta High Back Bar Stool 2ND FLOOR RENDERED PLAN B

A

2ND FLOOR CEILING PLAN-WORK CAFE

C


OPEN OFFICE


DESIGN REMARKS

Carpet FlooringMohawk Modular Tiles

Inlaid carpet creates visual separation, as well as absorbs sound.

Circular ceiling components are custom built & covered in material that contributes to acoustic control.

Task chairs are adjustable & ergonomic to accommodate employees’ needs. They are moveable to encourage collaboration & engagement.

Vinyl WallcoveringWolf Gordon

Seating FabricSteelcase Designtex

Wall-mounted white boards facilitate employee productivity.

Rolling TV monitors give employees direct access to technology.

Metal shelving, wrapped around columns, is custom built & supports plant life to incorporate biophilic design principles, as well as purify the air.

Combination of artificial & natural light promotes employee wellness & productivity.

KEY PLAN


Stool FabricSteelcase

DESIGN REMARKS Space serves as creative outlet for employees.

Re-configurable & moveable furniture is selected to accommodate users

Wall Treatment Inspiration

Promotes engagement, connectivity, community, & innovation.

Stool FabricSteelcase

Curtain wall optimizes natural light & helps maintain the open concept design element carried throughout space.

Material applied to North and East wall is washable & erasable for employees to jot down thoughts & ideas without creating a mess.

Built in casework provides additional counter & storage space for users. KEY PLAN

Flooring selection accommodates high traffic flow & can be easily cleaned. It allows furniture to move easily.


INSPIRATION ROOM


WORK CAFE


DESIGN REMARKS

Bar CountertopFormica Laminate

Custom built mirror, ceiling components make space appear larger & reflect daylight from terrace. Ceiling TreatmentNemo Tile + Stone

Treatment applied to columns gives affect of paint dripping to relate back to the design concept.

Mural across East & West wall incorporate company’s branding & minimalistic approach.

Column TreatmentSeabrook Wallpaper

Variety of seating styles best accommodate users & create an informal, comfortable feel.

Coffee bar is custom built for space to not obstruct from exterior views.

Glossy, reflective materials create harmony & correlate to design theme. KEY PLAN Neutral finishes & materials selected allow the space to smoothly transition space-to-space, particularly to the terrace adjacent.


Tile BorderNemo Tile + Stone Mosaic

DESIGN REMARKS Custom, glass paneled roof provides users with broader view of exterior city scape & access to natural light.

Lounge Seating FabricSteelcase Sunbrella

TileNemo Tile + Stone Mosaic

Custom built wooden planters for live plants continue biophilic design elements throughout space.

Wooden built-ins are shaped to visually separate areas.

Various lounge seating styles create a more relaxed environment.

Range of finishes & materials are used to continue design scheme & create contrast.

KEY PLAN

Furniture is easily movable to accommodate users’ needs & wants.

Decorative lighting pendants create intimate & ambient feel especially during night hours.


TERRACE



04

HOSPITALITY



OBJECTIVE 48,000 Square Feet Brand, locate, plan, and design a boutique hotel and spa. Provide interior design services and documentation for the renovation of a downtown space. Building contains eighteen levels, including the lobby level, lodging levels, and rooftop terrace. Design must create a sophisticated experience for users’ that is unique to its kind and local area.

PROJECT Philadelphia, PA The Collective is located in the heart of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, home to America’s oldest operating public library, The Darby Free Library. The city is known for its historical landmarks, site seeing, and rich history, therefore its location is perfect for both locals and visitors. The Collective will similarly showcase the classic elements native to the area and the lives of select twenty-first century American authors.

PROJECT TYPE Team Project (Senior Level)

SOFTWARE USED Revit, Enscape, Photoshop, Illustrator

SKILLS EXHIBITED Research, Programming, Concept Development, Brand Development, Schematics, Space Planning, Design Development, Perspective Rendering, Elevation, Furniture Selection, Video Presentation.



DESIGN INTENT The concept and design for The Collective Boutique Hotel is rooted in the charm and elegance surrounding the local area and the lives of Edith Wharton, Mark Twain, Eudora Welty, and F. Scott Fitzgerald. These time periods illustrate traditional and ornate architecture and design that is likewise embodied in the design of The Collective. Each of the public spaces throughout the hotel represent the personality and lifestyle of each of the American authors. While maintaining historical integrity, this luxury boutique hotel incorporates contemporary design elements to evoke a sense of rebirth and excitement. The brass finishes, wood textures, elaborate walls, and lush fabrics used establish a sense of class and sophistication.

Edith Wharton

Mark Twain

Eudora Welty

F. Scott Fitzgerald

DESIGN GOALS ~Implement contemporary design elements that draw reference to the local history and traditional charm of the city. ~Create a quaint and comfortable environment that accommodates party guest’s of all sizes, ages, and needs. ~Combine modern furnishings, fixtures, and materials with traditional design components to create visual contrast and integrity.


Seat Count 45 25 7

1ST FLOOR RENDERED PLAN

Restaurant Coffee Bar Lobby


Apartment Ratio 3 2 2

FOURTEENTH FLOOR RENDERED PLAN

Studio 1 Bed 1 Bath 2 Bed 2 Bath


Seat Count 78 37 31 25

EIGHTEENTH FLOOR RENDERED PLAN

General Bar Lounge Private


Project Walkthrough Scan Here

AXONOMETRIC VIEW


LOBBY AREA


DESIGN REMARKS

Wood FlooringArmstrong LVT

Lounge seating is provided in a variety of groupings to welcome guests & make them feel comfortable. Fabric WallcoveringSeabrook Wallpaper

Curved bookshelf is custom to space & creates visual separation from the rest of the lobby. Additionally, casework conceals the elevator, creating a more aesthetically appealing space, as it is the first thing guests view when entering the space.

Armchair FabricCarnegie Leather

Ceiling details are custom & the ceiling height is lowered in order to create a more intimate and acoustically sound environment for guests. Reception Countertop Nemo Tile + Stone

Materials selected create a traditional & relaxed feel while contributing to sound absorption as well. Concierge & reception desk are interconnected & designed in a manner that is ADA compliant to accommodate all guests. Combination of natural light & decorative lighting aid in users experience within the space while maintaining a residential feel.

Wall PaintBenjamin Moore


Stone Table TopTile Bar Gold Marble

Chair LaminateFormica Woodgrain

DESIGN REMARKS Various seating styles and arrangements are implemented to accommodate all party sizes & promote a more lounge style environment.

Bar Shelving WallpaperPerigold Tile FlooringNemo Tile + Stone Porcelain

Additionally, the individual table’s seating is easily movable to glide across the flooring & promote a more positive user experience.

Space is easily accessible by being adjacent to the lobby & having its own exterior entrance.

The gold in-lay within the porcelain tiles, specifically around the bar seating, creates depth, contrast, & visual separation & interest. Appetizers Choose from our wide variety starters or share plates. WEDGE SALAD

Tomato Raisins, Smoked Tomato Puree, Brichoe Croutons, Blue Cheese Dressing, & Bacon Crumble (V)

CAESAR SALAD CARDINI

Young Romaine & Baby Gem Leaves, Shaved Parmigiana, Crispy Curly Kale, Spanish Anchovies, Sour Dough Croutons & Ceaser Dressing

LOBSTER BISQUE

Tarragon Oil, Butter Poached Lobster, Calvisius Caviar, & Apple Salad (GF)

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Mango Emulsion, Pickled Daikon, & Soy Aioli

Ceiling treatment is custom designed to cohesively tie into the design of the adjacent spaces & create an individualized, elegant feel.

WILD MUSHROOM RISOTTO

Herb Jus, Wilted Leeks, Aged Parmesan, & Herb Salad (V | GF)

WallpaperNational Wallcovering

MAPLE ROASTED BUTTERNUT SQUASH

Kale Gremolata, Lentils, Roasted Chestnuts, Pickled Squash, & Baby Kale (V | VG | GF)

Entrees Choose from our wide variety of entrees. ROASTED FREE RANGE CHICKEN

Mustard & Tarragon Veloute & Garden Vegetables (GF)

ROASTED LOIN OF LAMB

Crispy Polenta, Artichoke Puree, & Lamb Croquette

PAN ROASTED GUINEA HEN

Buttered Savory Cabbage, Onion Cream, & Farro Ragout

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Confit Potato, Crispy Foie Gras, & Truffle Jus

GRILLED LEEKS

Onion Puree, Garden Herbs, & Walnut Gremolata (V | VG | GF)

CARROT CAVATELLI

Carrot Top Salsa Verde, Carrot Crumble, & Aged Fontina (V)

LOBSTER POT PIE & TRUFFLES

Hudson Valley Seasonal Vegtables & Herb Chantilly Cream

SALMON WELLINGTON

Wild Mushroom, Wilted Spinach, Fingerling Potatoes, & Caviar Beurre Blanc

Dessert Choose from our wide variety of savory desserts. CHOCOLATE CARAMEL CREME BRULEE Orange Marmalade & Vanilla Marshmallow (GF)

BAKED ALASKA

Gingerbread Ice Cream, Blackberry Sorbet, White Chocolate Ganache, & Stewed Winter Fruits

The artwork incorporated throughout the space ties into the personality & lifestyle of Edith Warton, as she is the inspiration for this space.




DESIGN REMARKS

Banquette MaterialCarnegie Leather Bar CountertopTile Bar Marble

Design layout accommodates the variety of services provided, including in-person ordering, grab-and-go, or lounge areas for guest to enjoy themselves.

Materials incorporated create a more moody & quaint ambience for guests.

Bar Stool FabricCarnegie Casework MaterialFormica Woodgrain

Design elements, such as the gaming tables are implemented to draw reference to Mark Twain’s lifestyle & hobbies.

Variety of furniture arrangements accommodates each guest’s needs & desires, whether their visit is short or long-term.

THE CUE Coffee Bar & Cafe

Handcrafted ESPRESSO

Space is easily accessible from the lobby & adjacent public spaces

Choose from our wide variety of drinks

ESPRESSO

double shot - 2 / 2.5 oz

LATTE

espresso and steamed milk - 12 or 16 oz

CAPPUCCINO

espresso, steamed milk and foam - 10 oz

AMERICANO

hot water topped with espresso - 12 or 16 oz

CHAI

blend of Indian spices, block tea, and milk - 12 or 16 oz

MOCHA

Open-concept design, in combination with natural daylight access, helps the space to not feel weighted down from the furniture & finishes selected.

latte made with dark chocolate sauce topped with whipped cream - 12 or 16 oz

MAYAN MOCHA

latte made with our special mayan powder - 12 or 16 oz

CAFE AU LAIT

half brewed coffee and half steamed milk - 12 or 16 oz

CARAMEL WHIP

latte made with caramel sauce topped with whipped cream - 12 or 16 oz

Refreshing COLD DRINKS

All cold drinks are served in 16oz cups

ICED COFFEE OR LATTE Kenya M cold brewed for 12 hours or your favorite latte over ice

COFFEE OR CREAM FREEZE coffee, ice, and your favorite blended to perfection choose from mocha, caramel, or vanilla

SMOOTHIES

Lighting layers & combinations create warmth.

peach | strawberry | mango | wildberry


Water Feature BaseNemo Tile + Stone

Accent WallpaperPerigold

DESIGN REMARKS Daybeds accommodate users of all sizes & are separated by waterfall feature to create a sense of privacy.

North curtain wall has accompanied an window treatment to allow the space to feel more private. Stone TableNemo Tile + Stone Porcelain Flooring TilesNemo Tile + Stone

Lighting layers provide a soft ambience to the space to promote relaxation & user’s wellness.

Materials selected create a high-end & luxurious feel for guests.

Massages 4#0%*1 %.#55+% /#55#)'

60 or 90 minutes $99 | $135

Restore your body with this mind-melting medley of swedish hot stone reflexology and Rancho’s signature techniques.

Waterfall feature is custom to the environment to create visual interest & positively impact user’s experience in the space.

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60 or 90 minutes $110| $150

Relieve even the tightest muscle tension with deep pressure strokes and trigger points to improve flexibility and range of motion.

Daybed FabricOsborne & Little Velvet

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60 or 90 minutes $110| $150

Reduce inflammation of muscles ligament and nerves while invigorating the body and mind with the medicinal power or plants.

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60 or 90 minutes $215| $275

Unwind side by side each with your own personal therapist. Reconnect with your body and each other with this full body couples massage.

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60 or 90 minutes $375| $425

Experience the transformational magic of an in-room sunset massage with your partner, but first indulge in champagne and chocolate-covered strawberries.

Majority of materials selected are easily cleaned & non-porous to repel water or oils from products used.

Facials 4'5614#6+8' (#%+#.

60 minutes $80

Restore skin to a more youthful state with this moisturizing treatment. Facial includes exfoliation mask and massage.

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60 minutes $99

Reveal cleaner fresher looking skin with this deeply cleansing facial which includes extraction.

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50 minutes $94

Kiss your acne days goodbye. If skin blemishes and spots are giving you a problem, we will help you cure them with our revolutionary oxygen facial.

Live, potted plants, water, & floral inspired light fixtures abstractly reflect the personality & hobbies of Eudora Welty.



DESIGN REMARKS Open-concept design allows the space to feel larger & users to feel more engaged with others present.

Furniture & finishes resemble features exhibited in the public spaces of hotel in a contemporary & residential manner, better catering to residents.

Design elements such as the waterfall island & wainscoting contrast classic & modern principles.

Decorative & functional casework is incorporated to give residents additional storage & display space for personal items.

Curved seating contrast with straight edge focus.

APARTMENT KITCHEN

Backsplash Tile

Marble Countertop

Herringbone Flooring


DESIGN REMARKS Tile flooring inlaid visually separates sitting area from other spaces & contrasts well with the various textures selected.

Variety of lighting fixtures, in conjunction with daylight access, livens & opens up the space.

Additionally, the custom cove lighting & ceiling creates a more modern, yet intimate feel.

Mantel design provides character & charm to the space.

APARTMENT LIVING AREA Pet-friendly apartments encourage lodgers to stay and they enjoy their stay more.

Furniture Fabric

Tile Inlay

Tile Border



DESIGN REMARKS

Dance Area FlooringNemo Tile + Stone Hightop Seating FabricCarnegie

Geometric tile inlay provides visual interest & separates this space from others.

Additionally, circular space transitions into a dance floor in evening hours of operation.

Furniture grouped & offered in both fixed & moveable seating options to accommodate parties of all sizes & needs.

Live plants & custom greenery wall mimic the outdoors surrounding & bring in biophilic design principles.

Material selected resemble art deco design era & lifestyle of F. Scott Fitzgerald.

Lounge seating & settees, located in the back of space, are centered around custom built fire pits with adjoined surface area, serving as table space.

Glass paneling system reflects that of a conservatory & is custom for the space as to not restrict site lines to outdoors.

Lounge Seating FabricCarnegie Tile FlooringNemo Tile + Stone



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CONCENTRIC CONCENTRIC is an organic and modern representation that captures the contrast between nature’s innate complexity and simplicity all in one. When in use, the light spreads through the strategically placed wooden dowels creating a geometric, visual design similar to the way sunlight shines through natural vegetation on Earth. The sleek design and raw aesthetic create a stunning and unique look that universally fits in any environment. CONCENTRIC strives to bring the beauty of nature inside.

CONCEPTUAL SKETCHES:

LAMPING LED VINTAGE STYLE, AMBER GLASS (40W; 2200 K; 400 LM)

DIMENSIONED DRAWINGS:

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In nature the world does not stand still. Every moment and every minute things are evolving into something else. Plants grow into trees, trees become fallen monuments in the woods, and everything eventually returns to the dust that it originated from. To take pause in a world that moves too quickly, the Petra bench was created. This seat offers a space of repose for those in need of a break while tying into it’s natural origins through its material composition. The living greenery box, the reclaimed walnut slab, and the steel legs all represent a phase of creation that can happen through time.

PRELIMINARY SKETCHES

PERSPECTIVE VIEW

PROFILE VIEW


TOOLS USED: Circular Hand Saw Vice Electric Drill Reciprocating Saw Drill Press Tin Snips Tape Measure Level Hammer

Only one item, Rustoleum, purchased to complete project

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80%

MATERIALS USED: Glass panel re-purposed from an old table Shelving reclaimed from scrap yard Walnut plank found in the woods Pine planks reclaimed from scrap yard Patio table legs reclaimed from scrap yard Abandoned/out of season plants Already owned screws and velcro Old license plates Rustoleum black outdoor spray paint

DESIGN PROCESS 1-Patio table legs are cut to size using a circular hand saw. 2-Vice compresses the metal tubing on legs while level is used to ensure that piping will be even when used as support. 3-Hammer is used to remove any excess bumps that the vice created during compression. 4-Drill press is used to create pilot holes in the metal tube legs. 5-Newly refitted legs attached to walnut slab using a drill and screws. 6-Vertically oriented legs given extra support with horizontal secondary beam. 7-Pressure treated pine planks cut to size with circular hand saw and drilled together with screws and electric drill. 8-License plates attached to wooden box frame to create planter box base. 9-Patio legs are taped off and sprayed with Rustoleum to create clean appearance. 10-Shelving cut down to create legs for planter box and table. 11-New legs are drilled with drill press to attach to inside frame of planter box. 12-Table is secured to the bench with scrap wood and screws. 13-Velcro attaches glass panel to table legs.

PRODUCT PERSPECTIVE




DARA

A Celtic Knot is characterized by having a series of interweaving lines and points, never having one true beginning or end. It symbolizes continuity, binding, and infinite possibilities. One in particular, The Dara Knot, signifies strength, stability, and growth, serving as the inspiration for this bench. This knot’s design is shaped around the roots of an Oak Tree which symbolizes all the virtues embodied through the gift of wood. Dara is both functional and visually appealing for any indoor environment. The curvilinear shape of the seat back creates a feeling of connection between users, while maintaining a sense of visual separation and privacy. Beneath each seat is a drawer that provides additional storage. The Formica Laminates used not only enhance the overall design by its visually pleasing color and design, but also its durability and reliability for any setting.

PRELIMINARY SKETCHES

PERSPECTIVE VIEW

SIDE VIEWS

TOP VIEW


DIMENSIONS:

LAMINATES USED:

66” W x 36” D x 30” H 15” SH x 24” SW x 24”SD x 17” AH

845 Spectrum Red Formica® Laminate - Commercial Location: inside of drawer Durable, Wear-resistant Horizontal & Vertical Impact Resistant, & Postforming

NOTES: -Drawer below seat to be attached to bottom of seat; maintaining circular shape -Seat attached only through first panel of seat back DIMENSIONED DRAWINGS:

5791 Grayed Oak Formica® Laminate - Commercial Location: drawer & seat Durable, Wear-resistant Horizontal & Vertical Impact Resistant, & Postforming

5793 Buff Elm Formica® Laminate - Commercial Location: back & base Durable, Wear-resistant Horizontal & Vertical Impact Resistant, & Postforming

PRODUCT 3D MODEL:

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