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J A C LY N D I N E N B E R G


Hello, My name is Jaclyn Dinenberg. I am a 4th year interior design student at the University of Florida. The following is a collection of undergraduate projects that showcase my belief in playful yet functional design. I am extremely passionate about getting outside and traveling, and often use these experiences as inspiration for my designs. I aspire to contribute the same passion to your firm. Enjoy! 941-525-6071 jmdinenberg@ufl.edu


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HOSPITALITY The Fisherman Marriott Autograph Collection Hotel

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VOCATIONAL Grow Autism Spectrum Vocational Training Center

TABLE OF CONTENTS

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HEALTHCARE Carina Ambulatory Surgical Center

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WORKPLACE Home Depot Corporate Office


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HOSPITALITY Fiorello’s Barcade Historic Firestone Building Restoration

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EDUCATION Save The Amazon Nonprofit Educational Facility

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ARCHITECTURE Various Projects

TABLE OF CONTENTs


HOSPITALITY Marriott Autograph Collection Hotel 4th year studio 12 wees ~15,000 square feet Revit, Photoshop

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HOSPITALITY

CONCEPT MATERIALS

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The Fisherman, a Marriott Autograph Collection Hotel, answers the need for a boutique hotel for vacationers in St. Augustine. The hotel’s location, situated on the San Sebastian River, creates an opportunity to explore the deep history of the site’s previous purpose as a family operated seafood market, The Fisherman merges the grit and spirit of the historic Fazio’s Fish Market with the luxurious feeling of a boutique hotel, creating a unique experience unlike any other.

Concrete Tile

LVT Flooring

Upholstery

Upholstery

Ground Floor Elevators

Wall Tile

Original Mural Outdoor

Upholstery

Outdoor

Upholstery

Concrete Tile

Wall Covering

Carpet

Carpet

Upholstery

Shower

Flooring

Wood Ceiling

Stone

Countertop

Painting of Original Site


HOSPITALITY

Public Spaces Staff Spaces Transition Spaces Standard King Guest Room Standard Double Queen Guest Room ADA Guest Room Suite Guest Room 1st Floor

2nd Floor

3rd Floor

4th Floor

Ground Floor

4th Floor Guest Rooms

3rd Floor Lobby Bar Pool Restaurant

2nd Floor Guest Rooms Pool Storage

1st Floor Guest Rooms

Ground Floor Parking

Longitudinal Section

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Lobby


8 11’ 12’

HOSPITALITY

3rd Floor Reflected Ceiling Plan

11’ Indoor Bar

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12’

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11’ 10’6”

Public Bathroom Elevation

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3rd Floor Plan Transverse Section

Lobby Open Restaurant Seating Restaurant Kitchen Offices and Storage Spaces Public Restrooms Indoor Bar Outdoor Bar and Pool Deck

FLOOR PLAN

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Fazio’s Seafood Restaurant


HOSPITALITY

View Outside Restaurant

Restaurant

Fazio’s Seafood Restaurant Callout

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HOSPITALITY

Outdoor Bar

North Exterior Elevation

Aerial Pool Deck View

Pool Tile Detail

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Pool Deck Callout


Pool Deck


Bluefin Cabin Standard King Guest Room


HOSPITALITY

Standard King Guest Room Callout

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8’

Standard King Guest Room RCP

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Bluefin Cabin

Guest Room Hallway

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Guest Room Entertainment Wall Elevation Standard Bathroom Elevation


HOSPITALITY

Suite Bathroom

Captain’s Suite

Suite Kitchen Elevation

Suite RCP

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Suite Callout


Captain’s Suite


VOCATIONAL Autism Spectrum Vocational Training Center IDEC 2018 Student Design Competition 4th year studio Partner: M. Schwarz 3 weeks ~5,000 square feet Revit, Photoshop

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VOCATIONAL

Reception Seat Cushions

CONCEPT

Wallpaper

As a year progresses, nature transforms through the four different seasons: winter, spring, summer, and fall. The beginning of a new season represents transition and fresh beginnings. Grow Vocational Training Center serves as a comfortable, transitional space for adults with ASD and other cognitive disabilities as they shift into the adult world.

Reception Flooring

Wall Paint

Interactive Transition Space

Spring Door Frame

Corridor Flooring

21 Reception Area


VOCATIONAL

Wall Color

Summer Door Frame

Kitchen Backsplash

Kitchen Countertops

Area Rug

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Mock Apartment and Pet Care Station

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Dimmable LED Recessed Downlight Dimmable Volumetric Troffer LED Cove Light Dimmable LED Recessed Downlight

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Front Entry Reception Director Office Shared Trainer Office Mock Apartment Sensory Space Demonstration Kitchen Work Training Room Large Multi-purpose Room Flexible Use Room Outdoor Recreation Area

LIGHTING FLOOR PLAN

LED Leaf Luminaire

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VOCATIONAL

Sensory Room Carpet

Winter Door Frame

Accent Paint Color

Vinyl Flooring

Upholstery

Sensory Room

SPACE PLANNING

Igloo Respite Space

Grow utilizes one main corridor that allows attendees to seamlessly flow from one zone to the next without confusion. Off of the main corridor are four main zones: spring, summer, fall, and winter, with additional transition zones between. The transition zones help users readjust their senses before entering a new space. Each zone consists of spaces with similar functions and are notated by not only a shift in function but also a shift in color and materiality.

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VOCATIONAL

Multi-Purpose Training Room

Accent Color 2

Accent Color 1

Fall Door Frame

Upholstery

Wall Panel

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Section B (Not to Scale)


VOCATIONAL

Section A (Not to Scale)

Front Elevation

Outdoor Cabana Area

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HEALTHCARE Ambulatory Surgical Center 4th year studio Group: A. Alonso, C. Spence, D. Senarens 8 weeks ~8,000 square feet Revit, Photoshop

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HEALTHCARE

CONCEPT

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The Carina Nebula is one of the largest known star-forming regions located within the Milky Way Galaxy. A nebula, often referred to as a “star nursery�, is a giant cloud of dust and gas where stars form, and become stronger. The Carina Ambulatory Surgical Center serves as a space for patients to undergo and recover from surgeries that will ultimately make them stronger. The center holds a surgical wing, which contains its own PACU, and an exam wing, all surrounding a central nurse station.

Exam Room Elevation (Not to Scale)

Exam Room Reception

Exam Room


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Upholstery

Wall Covering

Upholstery

Linoleum Flooring

Linoleum Flooring

Upholstery

Upholstery

Linoleum Flooring

Upholstery

MATERIALS

Reflected Ceiling Plan

Upholstery

Exam Room Reception Exam Rooms PACU & Nurse Station Surgical Reception Surgical Suite Employee Suite

FLOOR PLAN

Exam Room Reception

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HEALTHCARE

BIOPHILIA

Operating Room

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Surgical Reception

Biophilic design serves as a leading characteristic throughout the entire building. This concept is utilized in the ceiling through the use of repetition, natural curvilinear forms, and adjustable lighting levels. Small fiber optic lights are used to create the illusion of a starry night, putting patients and visitors at ease.

Surgical Reception


HEALTHCARE

Conference Room Locker Room Elevation

Nurse Station & PACU

Section Through Employee Suite

FLEXIBILITY

Nurse Station & PACU

A successful clinic design allows for flexibility of use on a daily basis. Ambulatory centers are not defined by one specialty, but rather can flex with neighboring clinics to modulate the number of exam rooms needed by a practice on a given day. Reducing the number of patients waiting to be treated creates greater patient satisfaction, and also reduces the number of seats needed.

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WORKPLACE Home Depot Corporate Office Sponsored by Steelcase Furniture 3rd year studio Group: J. Diamond, R. Ramsaran, S. Wolk 12 weeks ~27,000 square feet Revit, 3Ds Max, Photoshop

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WORKPLACE

CONCEPT

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The Home Depot has revolutionized the concept of a “hardware store” through emphasizing the customer experience in all ways. The design of the Home Depot Corporate Office Store Support Center focuses on the experience of each individual employee. The feeling of personalization is highlighted through the use of different seating options, work spaces, and pubic zones.

Multi-function Collaboration Zones

Café Presentation Area


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WORKPLACE

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Privacy “Tents”

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Breakout Collaboration

Digital Media Wall

Work Cafe Open Offices Private Offices Conference Rooms Public Collaboration Spaces Private Work/ Rejuvenation Spaces

FLOOR PLAN

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WORKPLACE

Conference Room

Work Café

LIGHTING

2 X 2 Fluorescent Round Recessed Linear Fluorescent Pendant Lighting

Carpet

Upholstery

Wall Covering

Wall Paint

Wall Panels

MATERIALS

Interactive Break Rooms

Vinyl Flooring

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FOOD SERVICE PAVE 2017 Student Design Competition Chick-Fil-A Restaurant 3rd year studio 10 weeks ~3,000 square feet AutoCad, 3Ds Max, Photoshop

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FOOD SERVICE

CONCEPT

Chick-fil-A takes pride in serving delicious food and always greeting customers with a smile. This space takes the concept of quick and friendly service a step further. By utilizing the colors found Chick-fil-A’s iconic sauce packets, a fun and stress-free space is created, reminiscent of a retro diner similar to those found around the time of Chick-fil-A’s founding in 1946. Customers are able to pick up a quick bite or stay and relax in the space for a longer period.

Sauce Packet Color Inspiration

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Front Entrance

Private Bar Study Seating


FOOD SERVICE

Grab and Go

Exterior Seating

Refreshment and Condiment Counter

Outdoor Wall Tile

Upholstery

Upholstery

Countertop

Upholstery

Outdoor Wall Tile

Outdoor Metal Cladding

Outdoor Wall Tile

Tile Flooring

MATERIALS

Booth Framing

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FOOD SERVICE

Private Study and Eating Area

Face to Face and Kiosk Ordering

Quick-fil-A Order Ahead Pickup

Quick-fil-A Concept

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HOSPITALITY Historic Firestone Building Restoration Fiorello’s Barcade 3rd year studio Group: A. Alonso, K. Woody 4 weeks ~8,000 square feet Revit, 3Ds Max, Photoshop

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CONCEPT

HOSPITALITY

Front Entrance

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Fiorello La Guardia banned pinball in 1942. A Prohibitionary Period prescribed against what was considered a corruptive craze creating rebellion amongst the gaming community. Due to prohibition of alcohol, “speakeasy� environments came into existence. This underground hideout is the only way for gamers to feed their addiction. The addiction of the arcade.

False Front Bar


HOSPITALITY T.V. Lounge

Level 1

Level 2

Gaming Area

Gaming Area

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HOSPITALITY

Pin Ball & Live Music Area

Cigar Retail Space

Concrete Flooring

Upholstery

Upholstery

Upholstery

Level 2 Flooring

Metal Details

Wall Covering

MATERIALS

Metal Details

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EDUCATION Save the Amazon Nonprofit Educational Facility 2nd year studio 5 weeks ~3,700 square feet Hand Drafting and Rendering, Photoshop

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EDUCATION

CONCEPT

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Reception

SAVE THE AMAZON Save The Amazon is a non-governmental organization that provides service-learning opportunities in an effort to preserve the Rainforest. This space, located in Miami, FL serves as an educational facility to prepare individuals embarking on a trip to the Amazon Basin in South America. Students at this facility are educated on topics such as reforestation and rainforest preservation, as well as taught how to engage with the indigenous population of the Amazon.

Front Desk Elevation

Section A


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Open Study Area

Section B

Study Area Elevation

Upholstery

Vinyl Flooring

Felt Wall Covering

Upholstery

Wall Covering

MATERIALS

Metal Wall Covering

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ARCHITECTURE Various projects 1st and 2nd year studios

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ARCHITECTURE


ARCHITECTURE

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THANK YOU, Jaclyn Dinenberg 941-525-6071 jmdinenberg@ufl.edu

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Senior Interior Design Portfolio  

Collection of undergraduate interior design work

Senior Interior Design Portfolio  

Collection of undergraduate interior design work

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