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PROGRESSION ISOKE MILLER


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Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond

measure. It is our light, not our darkness that most frightens us. We ask ourselves, Who am I to be brilliant, gorgeous, talented, fabulous? Actually, who are you not to be? You are a child of God. Your playing small does not serve the world. There is nothing enlightened about shrinking so that other people won't feel insecure around you. We are all meant to shine, as children do. We were born to make manifest the glory of God that is within us. It's not just in some of us; it's in everyone. And as we let our own light shine, we unconsciously give other people permission to do the same. As we are liberated from

�MARIANNE WILLIAMSON

our own fear, our presence automatically liberates others.


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DRAWINGS | HAND SKETCHES A SUPPORTIVE ENVIRONMENT FOR YOUNG PARENT STUDENTS & THEIR FAMILIES | COMMUNITY SUPPORT THE LEIGH STREET ARMORY PROJECT| UNCOVERY AND REVITALIZATION LES COLS RESTAURANT | MONUMENTAL ENVIRONMENT TRENDWATCHING.COM OFFICES | THE CYCLE OF TRENDS THROUGH COMMUNICATION CENTER FOR UNDECIDED VOTERS | A SAFE ENVIRONMENT TO BECOME AWARE OF POLITICAL DIVERSITY RAYMOND WAITES NATIONAL DESIGN COMPETITION | HOME: INSPIRATIONAL SAFE HAVEN


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A SUPPORTIVE ENVIRONMENT FOR YOUNG PARENT STUDENTS & THEIR FAMILIES

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An environment that encourages support and learning through the process of community living to enable growth. The space is organized by the section cut of a tree trunk. The tree trunk symbolizes the growth of individuals experiencing the space. Within the space there are nesting areas that encourages support for one another, interaction and self improvement.

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SITE ANALYSIS


H a v i n g a s u p p o r t i v e c o m m u n i t y e n v i ro n m e n t f o r s i n g l e p a re n t s s t u d e n t s a n d t h e i r f a m i l i e s t o l i v e a n d a c h i e v e t h e i r g o a l s b y e a r n i n g t h e i r d e g re e .

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lounge areas TheaTre/ pillow lounge aDa accessible aparTmenTs sTuDio aparTmenTs Two/ Three beDroom aparTmenTs

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Isoke Miller, Remi Jeffrey-Coker, Brittney Weiss, & Monina Ingle

THE LEIGH STREET ARMORY PROJECT

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The Leigh Street Armory has been transformed as part of the VCUarts Undergraduate Research Grant into a community arts center. Functioning as a means of constructive expression for underserved members in the Jackson Ward area, the center also caters to local artists as a space to exhibit or create work and has the potential to engage on an even wider geographic scale. Designed to brighten the Armory from within, the space utilizes glass and other reflective surfaces, such as stainless steel, to create a greater sense of air and breathability while emphasizing the relationship between new forms and the original brick structure. This feeling is partially conceptualized in the gallery as art floats above brick and an interchangeable display panel system delicately perches above the floor, maximizing the structure’s integrity and drawing focus to what once was.

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Armory Leigh Street I-95 Residents Within a 4-Block Walking Radius

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original structural walls new construction resting | reflection enclaves welcome | reception gallery space cafe


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original structural walls new construction kitchen public lounge director’s office classroom supplies | storage private studio artist lounge student exhibit space

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To show a monumental atmosphere the space is inspired by Monument Avenue in Richmond, VA in a section cut view. The main wall in the middle of the space represents the street median and trees. BUBBLE DIAGRAMS & ZONING DIAGRAMS

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Trends generally cycle back at least once in some ones life time, usually through communication. Communication such as word of mouth and sight keeps trends alive. As well as keeps function alive in communities. To symbolize this the floor plan is open with no walls connecting to the ceiling except in rooms that need to be private. The office has many community rooms that are the main focus of the space to show that communication is key to keep things functioning. When thinking about recycling of trends a circular shape that symbolizes the process comes to mind. The office space has circular feature such as furniture and walls that represent the concept.

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The Community Conference Room goes along with the concept, communication through community areas. There can be a maximum of 14 people seated in this area. It can be shared by many small conferences in the space at once or one large one. This room is the main focus of the office space because of the custom made community table that is inspired by the community table style in restaurants. The conference room is in the middle of the office so all other rooms can access the room with not problem especially the executive offices that have a straight connection through their doors. There is a dropped ceiling in this space to make it more intimate.

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The Presentation & Lounge Room goes along with the concept, communication through community areas. There can to be a maximum of 9 people seated in this space. The space is used for presentations to clients, employees and is a formal lounge area that is comfortable but professional.

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The Work Space is a large room that has no vertical separation. The work stations are all connected and have little barriers to allow communication through staff and allows for collaboration. Each station has a clear board for writing down ideas and each table has a dry erase surface for the same purpose. The work space has easy access to the executive offices and locker rooms.

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The Play & Cafe Room is a space that is accessed through the reception room and shown though the front windows. It show the clients that the office space is laid-back. Clients are able to get coffee from the cafe table that is located in between the two rooms and enter into the Play & Cafe Room to lounge and drink their coffee. The play room has three TV’s and a gaming system for friendly playfulness between staff and client or staff and staff.

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TRENDWATCHING.COM OFFICE

1 Last Minute Stool | Coaless | Fabric C & Metal 2 Circa Modular Seating | Coaless | Fabric D & Metal

EXECUTIVE OFFICE 3 Topo Freestanding Desk | Coaless | Wood & Metal 4 Bob Chair | Coaless | Fabric E & Metal

5 Aeron Chair | Herman Miller | Pellicle Tuxedo & Plastic

PRESENTATION ROOM 6 Emu Heaven Tables | Coaless | Glass & Material 7 CH103 100 Series Sofa | Coaless | Fabric B & Metal

COMMUNITY CONFERENCE ROOM 8 Andoo Chair | Coaless | Fabric A & Wood

WORK SPACES 9 SW_1 Guest Seating | Coaless | Fabric C & Metal 10 Dewey 6-Top Table | Izzy+ |White Board Top & Metal 11 Vision 48” X 72” | Clear Future | Glass & Metal

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RECEPTION ROOM 13 T20 Fascia Specchiata | Azucena | Glass & Metal 14 Bubble Chair | Inmod | Metal 15 iBall Ball Chair w/ Speakers | Inmod | Metal

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FIXTURES 16 Cut Wine Bottle Meyda Venice Collection | Eco Chic Lights | Glass 17 5113 | Holtkotter | Glass

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P R O C C E S S W O R K The CUV is an environment where undecided voters can come to learn about different campaigns. The campaign pop-ups give out information through brochures, books and iPads. While in the CUV voters are able to take iPads anywhere on the space to do their own research, including to the Factcheck.org offices to get unbiased opinions. There are designated locations in the CUV that allow voters to gather their thought on their experience, Lounge areas. The lounge areas have different space planning in each location which allows voters to either contemplate alone or gather with others. The CUV is a safe environment to become aware of political diversity.

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INSPIRATIONAL ESSAY This winter break I wanted to gain a new perspective on life; so I decided to take a sign language class. My instructor, Della Jones, was born deaf and semi-mute. Della’s grandparents and great grandparents were deaf but her parents and siblings were not. As you can imagine this made it incredibly hard for her to relate to her immediate family and also be fully aware of her surroundings. After this experience she has dedicated her life to teaching deaf children and parents of deaf children sign language and coping mechanisms to enrich the lives. When I first met Della I already knew the alphabet in sign language. This was enough for us to establish a line of basic communication and also enabled me to learn the curriculum at an accelerated pace. After becoming more competent in sign language I was able to connect with Della and learn from her life experiences. The inspiration for my project comes from the lessons I’ve learned from Della. After taking this class and seeing Della teach me so much without being able to talk or hear I started to wonder what it would be like to live in her shoes. It made me search for ways that individuals could live in their own home without being able to hear their door bell or phone ring or even more important for ways to alert them if their fire alarm were gong off. People don’t consider the hardships of others. We take things for granted and I wanted to make this space special for Della, a place where she puts away her worries, where she relaxes and feels comfortable. To make a safe and easy living space specifically for deaf individuals I put in multiple alert mechanisms. For example, when someone is at the door two lights will flash in the rooms. Instead of a regular alarm clock, the bed is outfitted with a vibrating mattress. The control for these alerts is located in areas called the Control Centers. The main control center is located near the entrance while three additional Control Centers are located in the bathroom, sitting area and closet. I aspire to touch others like how Della has touched me when I start my career. I want to be able to help people communicate through interior design, help people understand what interior design is and that it is not just about décor but transforming a place into someone’s safe haven.

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A. Grande Venetian Bergere | Phyllis Morris | Fabric # 1 | Bathroom B. De Medici Bench | Phyllis Morris | Fabric # 4 | Sitting Area & Closet C. Cosmopolitan Occasion Table Phyllis Morris | Sitting Area & Bedroom D. Trousdale Bed | Phyllis Morris | Fabrics # 2 (Head Board), # 1 (Bedspread) | Bedroom E. Verona Sofa | Phyllis Morris | Fabric # 5| Seating Area

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F. Rousseau Chandelier | Gregorius Pineo | Bathroom, Bedroom & Sitting Area G. 4864 Amaretto | Kohler | Bathroom H. 1150 ProFlex | Kohler | Bathroom I. 1524 Cape Hatteras | Kohler | Bathroom J. 3433 Wellworth | Kohler | Bathroom

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1. Coco 645-20 Chamois | HBF Textiles 2. Metallica 9002/01 Goldfinger | Holly Hunt Leather 3. 10252 White Birch | Eternal Wood | Vinyl Floorcovering in Bedroom & Sitting Area 4. Coco 645-21 Soft Belted Coat | HBF Textiles

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