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Janice Belen


SPACE PLANNING

INTERIOR DETAILING & SYSTEMS

RESIDENTIAL ENVIRONMENTS

INTERIOR OBJECTS & FURNITURE

ADVANCED RESTORATION

HOTEL DESIGN

RESTAURANT DESIGN

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T ED M OUDIS A SSOCIATES Chicago, Illinois

Project Description Ted Moudis Associates is an architecture and interior design fir m looking to improve their work atmosphere through sleek and functional design. Three building options were chosen for the client. The options were analyzed and the best fit was selected.

Concept Statement White and neutral colors will be used as the color scheme with a splash of accent colors, which include their own TMA blue. The office space will have a playful, yet sophisticated atmosphere.

Anima Causa

S PACE P LANNING

Commercial Design


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1 . 7 1 S o u t h Wa c k e r D r i v e

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2 . 7 7 We s t Wa c k e r D r i v e

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3. 190 South LaSalle Street

B UILDING O PTIONS


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10. Work Stations

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4. Coffee Station

12. Break Room

5. Large Conference

13. Library

6. Small Conference

14. Server Room

1. Entrance

7. Private Office -Owner

15. Mail & Copy Room

2. Reception Area

8. Private Office -Partner

16. Toilet

3. Coats

9. Private Office -Partner

17. Waiting Area

The suite in 71 South Wacker Drive was chosen for its modern appearance. It also allows plentiful day light into the building with its floor to ceiling windows, which can cut the use of energy significantly.


D ESIGN D EVELOPMENT


F URNITURE & M ATERIALS

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1. Hive Modern Design

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2. Office Furniture Concepts

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3. Houzz

4. Herman Miller

5. Herman Miller

6. Tiper

7. Herman Miller


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8. Her man Miller

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9. FLOR

10. Ferazzi

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11. USFloor - cork

12. Benjamin Moore - Sand

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13. Dangfa Glass Products

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14. B&B Sheet M e t a l


M USEUM L E C ORBUSIER Chicago, IL

Project Description To design a public gallery for a chosen architect.

The gallery

space is located between two existing buildings and is 36’ tall.

Design Proposal Le Corbusier’s “Five Main Points of Modern Architecture” are incorporated: ribbons windows, rooftop garden, load-bearing pilotis, free plan and free facade. The museum connects to its immediate surroundings, acting as an observatory, similar to the Villa Savoye. The space is designed in such a way that it is forward thinking in ter ms of Le Corbusier’s visions for urban planning.

I NTERIOR D ETAILING & S YSTEMS

Exhibit Design


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1. Entrance 2. Reception 3. Elevator 4. Furniture Display

5. Art Display

F IRST F LOOR P LAN


E LEVATION

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S ECTION


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1. Conference Area 2. Elevator 3. Women’s Restroom 4. Men’s Restroom 5. Art Display

S ECOND F LOOR P LAN


Metal Gaurdrail Wood with White Lacquer Finish

White Lacquer Finish

Metal Handrail Stainless Steel Plating

Stainless Steel Reveal

Tempered Glass

White Lacquer

Finish Flooring

R E V E A L D E TA I L

Metal Support

Rounded Nosing

Flush Riser Railing bolted to plate anchored to structure

Concrete

SECTION @ COUNTER

R A I L I N G D E TA I L S E C T I O N @ S TA I R S


B ARR R ESIDENCE Palm Springs, California

Project Description Tom and Nancy Barr live in Libertyville, Illinois and winter in Palm Springs, California. The home is in the up-scale, historic Vista Las Palmas area and expresses Mid Century Modern design. The client has requested a new interior that is sensitive to Mid Century Modern.

Concept Statement The natural and the man-made will come together in har mony in the Barr residence. This allows the outdoors to be brought indoors. Natural elements will be used along with blues and greens, which create a relaxing atmosphere. The living space will display textures of wood, metal, stone and glass.

R ESIDENTIAL E NVIRONMENTS

Residential Design


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2. Foyer 3. Office

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4. Private Garden 5. Bathroom 6. Guest Bedroom 10

7. Walk-in Closet 8. Master Bedroom 9. Master Bath

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10. Private Garden

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11. Outdoor Pool 12. Outdoor Kitchen 17

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13. Casita 14. Garage

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15. Kitchen 16. Dining Room 2 5 6

17. Living Room

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K ITCHEN & F OYER


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1. Tile Backsplash 2. Sandstone Wall 3. Anigre Cabinetry 4. Stainless Steel Counters


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1. Le Corbusier 2. Herman Miller 3. Thomas Dickson 4. Kravet Fabrics 5. Kravet Fabrics 6. EcoTimber 7. Benjamin Moore -Blanched Coral 8. Limestone Wall


L IVING R OOM


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1. VQV Group

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2. CB2

3. CB2

4. Etsy

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5. MDC Wallcovering 6. CB2

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7. LuxeTile

8. MDC Wallcovering


C ASITA


Q UANTUM F URNITURE

Project Description Two famous people, dead or alive, were randomly selected to create a furniture line.

Concept Statement Albert Einstein and James Bond fuse together to create a transit furniture line called Quantum. Quantum is a Swiss inspired furniture line designed for those who are always on-the-go.

ID C OMMUNICATIONS

Conceptual Design


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Mi l e va

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Ca mille

P ROTOTYPES


Sunbrella Per for mance Fabric

Cast Aluminum Metallic Finishes


QESTING N UANTUM L IGHT F URNITURE

Project Description The challenge was to create a light fixture, made out of found cardboard.

Concept Statement The making of a nest is chaotic, yet systematic and proves to be functional. This cardboard light fixture represents organized chaos in its entirety, through the framing and the random placing of the twig-like elements.

I NTERIOR O BJECTS

Conceptual Design


C ARDBOARD C ONSTRUCTION


R IO T ABLE

Project Description The challenge was to design and build a table using one, 4’ x 8’ x 3/4” sheet of furniture grade birch plywood.

Concept Statement The table top represents a river and appears as if it is floating, creating a sense of depth. The base of the table is representative of the Earth’s layers. Its walnut finish gives it a rustic, earthy look.

F URNITURE

Conceptual Design


C ONSTRUCTION D RAWINGS


K EO K ULTURAL C ENTER Keokuk, Iowa

Project Description The goal was to revive the Keokuk Union Depot with a design for an adaptive reuse while keeping as close as possible to the Secretary of the Interior’s Standards for Rehabilitation.

Design Proposal The KeoKultural Center is a multi-functional space for the Keokuk community to come together, remember their history, and preserve memories. This reuse will showcase Keokuk’s rich history of Native American heritage, Burnham & Root, the Mississipi River and Mark Twain. It will also display the work of local artists and support local musicians.

A DVANCED R ESTORATION

Historic Preservation


1. T icket Booth 2. Waiting Area 3. Toilet 4. Toilet 5. Baggage Room 6. Mail Room 7. Mechanical Room 8. Boiler Room

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E XISTING F LOOR P LAN


S ITE A NALYSIS

April 2011


1. Main Entrance 2. Cafe Area 5

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3. Women’s Restroom

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4. Men’s Restroom 5. Storage 6. Tourist Infor mation

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7. Dumpster 8. Mechanical Room

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9. Gallery

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10. Museum

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11. Storage Car/Display 12. Storage Car/Display 13. Tour Car 14. Outdoor Seating

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FOR REFERENCE ONLY. DRAWN BY LALEH KHOSHNAVAZ

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C AFE A REA


T ICKET B OOTH


G ALLERY


F URNITURE & M ATERIALS

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1. Home Decorators Collection Bistro Chair

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2. Arcadian Lighting Tiffany Pendant 3. Custon Lighting Factory Wagon Wheel Chandelier

5. Salvaged Walnut Panel

6. Bar Countertop Tile

4. Beaufurn

7. Spinneybeck Distressed Leather Upholstery 8. E xi s ti n g Oak P an el i n g


L A F ORTALEZA H OTEL San Juan, Puerto Rico

Concept Statement The heart and soul of San Juan, Puerto Rico is the seven-block grid of Old San Juan. Old San Juan is a 465 year old neighbor hood with much Spanish colonial influence. In contrast to the New World restaurant, the hotel will emit an Old World feel. As guests enter through the hotel lobby, they’re welcomed by elaborate Spanish tiled flooring, a large chandelier, cobbled walls and heavy wooden doors. Old San Juan offers a vibrant color palette of yellows, reds, greens and blues, which will be used as accent colors. Because arts and crafts are such an important aspect of the culture, local art work will be exhibited throughout the hotel.

H OTEL D ESIGN

Studio II: Hospitality


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2. Luggage Storage 3. Bell Desk

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4. Hotel Lobby 5. Lift Lobby

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6. Specialty Restaurant

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7. Waiting Area 8. Reception Desk 9. Office 10. Safety Deposit

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11. Back of House 12. Women’s Restroom 13. Men’s Restroom

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14. Concierge

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15. Lobby Lounge

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16. Bar 5 3

17. Bar/Lounge Seating

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18. Business Station

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Bar

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L IGHTING & F URNITURE

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1. Alibaba 7. Kaboodle

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2. Restoration Hardware

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3. Louie Lighting

8. Hickory Chair Furniture

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4. LampsView

5. Gilt Home Decorati

10. Hickory Chair Furniture

6. LuxCove

11. Hickory Chair Furniture


M ATERIALS

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13. Metals Depot

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12. Quiroz Marble Tiles Company

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14. Benjamin Moore- Morning Sunshine

18. OFS- Vintage Mahogany

19. Shaw Contract Group

15. Schumacher

20. Vives Ceramica

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16. Schumacher

17. Mehta

21. Stonehenge Slate Inc.


S ALPICADURA San Juan, Puerto Rico

Concept Statement El San Sebastian Festival inspires the interior of Salpicadura Restaurant. It is the biggest festival of the year in Puerto Rico, and takes place for 3 consecutive days, serving in the restoration of historic buildings since 1954. The war m, origami lights will reference the hot, festive nights of San Juan. As guests enter, they’ll immediately feel the tropical environment through the palm textured wall behind the hostess stand, and the ocean colored walls in the dining area. The interior is splashed with the traditional history of Old San Juan, through the deep wood tones, and pops of festive colors, bringing together the Old World and the New World.

R ESTAURANT D ESIGN

Studio 1: Advanced Specialty


1. Entrance

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2. Host

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3. Waiting Area 4. Retail 8

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5. Bar 13

6. Bar Seating 7. Lounge 8. Women’s Restroom

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9. Men’s Restroom

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10. Communal Sinks 11. Coat Room

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12. Main Dining 13. Private Dining

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11. Jean Levert Ceramic Tile

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12. J. Scott Grand

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1 4 . H t a n Ye i k N y o

Mayer Fabrics

M ATERIALS

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13. Swarez Modern Art

Benjamin Moore- Aruba Blue

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1 5 . O F S - S a b l e Wo o d

1 9 . A l i b a b a - Ye l l o w S a n d s t o n e

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16. Pratt & Larson 20. OFS- Vintage Mahogany


Janice Belen

2011

PORTFOLIO - JANICE BELEN  

BFA in Interior Design

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