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John Adley Morgan Doyle Auburn University Auburn, AL B.S. in Interior Design Degree Candidate : 2014 jad0010@auburn.edu

Phone: 205-907-3968


Retail Interior Design

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Concept Developement & Visual Presentation Residential

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Furniture Design

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Architectural Lighting

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BRANDING The design intent was to implement a strong masculine mood, while exhibiting a consistent representation of style, sophistication, and luxury. Lighting and various materials were selected to create a dynamic environment by enhancing and contrasting the existing historic architecture. Furniture choices were chosen to support the metropolitan and masculine merchandise while complementing the brand. logo alternatives:

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ART GALLERY In order to communicate a concept for an art gallery, several techniques of development and presentation were used to better tell a strong, cohesive story. Through sketching ideas, I was able to carve a direction that proved promising. With a refined sketch I could begin laying out an actual plan in AutoCAD. With strong definition of an idea, a more expressive form of visual communication was desired, inspiring the production of a marker rendering.

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conept sketchets of front and side exterior elevations

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CAD drawing of front and side exterior elevations, and sections

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marker renderings of front exterior elevations and side section

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HILLTOP HOME WEST-ALBERT FAMILY

HILLTOP HOME WEST-ALBERT FAMILY

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T4

FIRST FLOOR FURNITURE

L3 O4 A3

WALL COLOR (living room)

WALL COLOR (Tori’s room)

HOME OFFICE

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TORI’S ROOM

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S2 installed on wall above shelves

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HOME OFFICE

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TRIM COLOR

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S1 FIRE PLACE STONE FACADE

HIDE RUG

TORI’S ROOM

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LIBRARY

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CARPET TILE

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C1 LIVING ROOM

UP

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LIVING ROOM

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C3

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T2

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C5 A1 T3

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POLISHED CONCRETE FLOOR

JOHN A M DOYLE | CAHS 3200

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JOHN A M DOYLE | CAHS 3200 SCALE:1/4” = 1’

BOARD LAYOUT

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HILLTOP HOME WEST-ALBERT FAMILY

HILLTOP HOME WEST-ALBERT FAMILY

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SECOND FLOOR FURNITURE

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WALL COLOR

WEST-ALBERT FAMILY

WEST-ALBERT FAMILY A4

MASTER BEDROOM

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B2 L4

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TANESHIA & BRANDON’S MASTER BEDROOM REF.

TRIM COLOR

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STEEL BEAM COLOR DINING ROOM CUSTOM SISAL RUG

LEATHER SHAG RUG

low L1 hangs above table

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DINING ROOM

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OPEN TO LIVING ROOM

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RECLAIMED MAPLE STRIP FLOORING

JOHN A M DOYLE | CAHS 3200

JOHN A M DOYLE | CAHS 3200 SCALE:1/4” = 1’

Above are examples of four boards laid out to present furniture & material selections, as well as furniture layout for a two bedroom house. The boards were designed to best reflect the preferred aesthetic of the client and the concept behind the furniture and material selections. Emphasis was put on readability and visual clarity.

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LIGHTING ANALYSIS & RCP In addition to furniture selection and layout, I designed a complete lighting scheme to achieve a holistic lighting approach. Amount of daylight provided, energy use of fixtures, and artificial lighting levels where aspects considered in the lighting plan. To the left is the lighting plan, executed in Revit, for the first level. Below are sections that illustrate and analyze the affect of different layers of light (i.e. ambient, task, and accent). The lighting plan was designed to improve the indoor environmental quality while reducing the design's ecological impact.

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LEGEND Tag

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Surface Mounted 260 Series

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Surface Mounted Pendant 461 Series

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Surface Mounted 260-A Series (Damp Location)

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Surface Mounted Sconce 652 Series

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Recessed 4in LED Adjustable Accent

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Surface Mounted Pendant 441 Series

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ARCHITECTURAL ARTIFACTS During my sophomore year at Auburn University, my class participated in a philanthropic design project. In order to rase money for a foundation that supports research for children with diabetes, we incorporated architectural artifacts in new furniture designs to be auctioned for sale. The following are three examples of what I designed from three different artifacts. For the first piece, I used a concrete relief that was originally part of a buildings faรงade dated around the 1940s. The organic design and scale of the piece inspired a water garden. On the following page are pieces designed with another piece of concrete faรงade and iron railing. Each piece was designed to complement and showcase the items original aesthetic.

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SPA LOBBY The lighting design of the spa lobby concept incorporates a mixture of architectural lighting applications. Detail sections are shown below of the lobby’s cove lighting & suspended soffit uplighting. Linear LED luminaries of lengths ranging from 6” to 6’ are used through out the space. The idea is that this architectural lighting application will create visual interest with out any exposed lamps & providing 10 footcandles a square-foot average for required luminance levels.

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GWB ON WOOD STUDS 45° BEAM SPREAD LINEAR LED TYPICAL LUMINAIRE

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2” 12”

MIXED WOOD PANELING

4” MOSAIC TILE ON GWB

WOOD PANELING MOSAIC TILE WALLS 10° BEAM SPREAD

12” .75” X .75”

LINEAR LED TYPICAL LUMINAIRE

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The project was to design a spa lobby that was consistent with the aesthetic of an existing hotel. I chose the W Hotel & Spa in Vieques, designed by the Rockwell Group. The textures, colors, and materials chosen where inspired by the movement to rejuvenate the island of Vieques's natural agriculture as a metaphor for the rejuvenation of ones body.

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EDUCATION

Auburn University, Auburn, Alabama 36849 Bachelor of Science in Interior Design, Degree Candidate; Summer 2014 CIDA Accredited Program

RELEVANT COURCES & SKILLS Commercial Interior Design • LEED Green Building • Residential Interior Design • Lighting Design • Technical Drawing/Drafting • Architecture Appreciation • 2D/3D Design • Art History Survey • Space Planning • Drawing

AutoCAD(2012,2013) PC&Mac • Autodesk Revit 2013 • SketchUp 8 • SketchUP Podium • Hand Rendering & Visual Presentation • Adobe CS5 InDesign • Adobe CS5-6 Photoshop • Adobe CS5-6 Illustrator • Microsoft Word, Excel, Powerpoint • Prezi

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DESIGN APPRENTICE

TUTOR Auburn University : Sp r i n g 2 0 1 1 - p r e s e n t

A u b u r n U n i v e rs i t y Auburn, Alabama - P rov i d e e x t ra h e l p a n d a s s i s t a n c e i n l e a r n i n g A u to C A D 2 0 1 2 , A d o b e C S 5 , a n d A u to d e s k R e v i t 2 0 1 2 a s w e l l a s a s s i s t i n g w i t h t i m e m a n a g e m e n t a n d co n c e p t u a l co a c h i n g .

STUDENT Media & Digital Resource Lab Student Worker : A u g 2 0 1 1 - p r e s e n t WORKER A u b u r n U n i v e rs i t y Auburn, Alabama

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