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Portfolio

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table of contents About Me 4 Design Philosophy 5 Resume 6-7 Projects 8-51 Commercial 8-21 Initiative Food Center Verbinden City Club Koma Condo Lobby Competitions 22-35 Restore Center - IDEC The Modest MuďŹƒn - ASID History of Architecture & Interiors 36-43 Art Deco Room Design Building Systems & Codes 44-51 Sculpture

Manual Graphics 52-55 Hand Renderings Drawings

Digital Graphics 56-61 Branding Presentations

Contact Information 62

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about me

Welcome and thank you for viewing my portfolio! I am an interior design student from Tennessee studying at Anderson University in South Carolina. From a very young age, I attended art classes that helped guide me towards where I am today. The ability to create art inspired me to explore forms of interior design on my own. I began to create floor plan layouts of imaginary homes and spaces. Today, my goal is to utilize the skills that I have obtained in Anderson’s interior design program and apply them to future design projects. In my portfolio, I have incorporated projects completed in commercial and residential design, history of architecture and interiors, and building systems and codes. Projects were completed through hand drafting, rendering, Sketch-Up, Auto-CAD, Revit, and Photoshop.

Jessica Ayers Jessica Ayers

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As an emerging professional, I have learned to value the research-based process that all designers must go through. It is our knowledge of both codes, standards, and design processes that allows us to create spaces that are both functional and aesthetically-pleasing. Through the study of excellent design strategies and ideas, I believe that all designs can be used to benefit the client mentally, physically, and emotionally. Each space should be created in a way that inspires comfort, well being, and often community. This can be completed through attention to details, unique focal points, and designs tailored to the needs and values of the client. I aim to replicate these principles to provide better spaces for all that experience them.

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resume objective

To obtain a position as a professional interior designer with a goal of completing the NCIDQ and expanding my skills and knowledge of both residential and commercial design projects.

education

Bachelor of Arts Anderson University, Anderson, SC - Anticipated graduation - May 2018 Dean’s List: Fall 2014 to Fall 2017; Each Semester Semester High School Diploma with Honors - The King’s Academy, Seymour, TN - May 2014

Skills

Hand drafting - experienced with, Rendering - experienced with, Sketch-up 2015, 2016 - experienced with, Auto-CAD/ Architecture 2016, 2017- experienced with, Revit 2017, 2018 - experienced with InDesign 2018 - knowledgeable Microsoft Office 2016 - knowledgeable

experience

Internship - Johnson Architecture, Knoxville, TN - May-August 2017 -Selected materials, worked on construction documents, worked in Microsoft Office Photographer - Dixie Stampede, Pigeon Forge, TN - June 2012-July 2014 -Took, organized, and sold photos. Handled money and credit cards

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awards

High School Salutatorian, National Honors Society, Academic Achievement Award - Top five in class, TKA Ambassador Award, ACSI Distinguished High School Student Award,Smoky Mountain Youth Leadership, High School: Highest Weighted GPA, Bronze and Silver Award Girl Scouts

organization

ASID, Carolinas, Student Member - # 1996256

contact information

Email: jayers102@andersonuniversity.edu Phone: 865.363.1390 Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jessica-ayers-23793a12a Home Address: 1434 Kay View Dr. Sevierville, TN 37876 School Address: 316 Boulevard #101 Anderson, SC 29621

references

Ms. Anne Martin: IDEC, IIDA, ASID Dean of Interior Design - 864. 231.2053 amartin@andersonuniversity.edu Mrs. Erica Bartels: NCIDQ, IDEC, ASID, Assistant Professor of Interior Design - 864.328.1844 ebartels@andersonuniversity.edu Mrs. Kelly Reynolds RID - 865.671.9060 kreynolds@jainc.com

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“design is where science and art break even.� -mieke gerritzen

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verbinden city club

VERBINDEN CITY CLUB

KOMA CONDO LOBBY

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INITIATIVE FOOD CENTER

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INITIATIVE FOOD CENTER

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left: Located in the center of the facility, the dining/ activity area is a space where students can eat, gather, and participate in recreational events. Above the eating space is a unique ceiling feature that allows for both artificial and natural lighting. This feature is covered with acoustical fabric for sound reducing properties.

skills utilized: Research Revit 2018 Adobe Photoshop CS6 Material Selection Construction Documents Microsoft OďŹƒce 2016 Branding

design concept: Located in Sevierville, Tennessee, Initiative Food Center works to create a space where school-aged children can grow physically, mentally, and emotionally by receiving meals, guidance, and being socially active after school or during breaks. The goal of the center is to design spaces that encompass healthy living, ideas, and learning opportunities, along providing a clean, simple, and safe space for children to mature. This Center was developed with the core idea that all students, in Sevier County, may have the resources to a healthy meal each day. The spaces in the facility are specifically tailored to meet the needs of these students by creating an inviting and energizing atmosphere through the use of both natural and artificial lighting, cool colors, unique features, and playful furniture selections.

sustainable attributes: Engineered Hardwood Flooring Carpet Flooring Quarry Tile Quartz Countertops Low Voc Paint Textiles

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left: Furniture plan: spaces within the design scope show furniture layouts and floor material patterns.

Pendants can be found both independently and in custom drop down features. Sizes for the pendant above vary from room to room.

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top right: Chair and table are located in the dining/ activity room. These pieces are easily stored through stacking and folding.

top far right: This spun chair is a unique seating option that adds a fun element to the space.

right: Seating options were selected for the variety of users. The chair above is dedicated to the older students that visit the facility; the back of the seat provides a comfortable option for relaxing or studying. The Panton chair’s curving shape is an energetic addition to the classroom. The piece was selected with younger students in mind.

right: Found throughout the design, materials were selected based on their durability, ability to be easily cleaned, slip resistance, and for having good acoustical properties. Materials overall are more neutral form, however, focal walls are created to distinguish between the spaces. More vibrant acoustical fabrics are also seen on custom features such as seating and lighting options. Fabrics pieces that are stripped and spotted have also be utilized to create a vibrant, inviting, and fun atmosphere.

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far left: The custom tree seating is located in the Private Studying Space. This area include swing seating, rock shaped pillows, and synthetic grass flooring. Pendant lights hang down from the tree leaves to replicate clouds. Also located in this space are seating and tables for studying and collaboration.

below: A bright and exciting entryway invites students into the facility. The custom solid surface reception desk mimics the playful bubble pattern seen throughout the spaces while also displaying the Center’s logo. Behind the desk is a green ombre wall. Other walls in the facility are painted a calming white to brighten, simplify, and make the spaces feel larger. The flooring at all entrances starts off with colored carpet to distinguish the differing entry ways. A golden engineered floor can be seen in all spaces. Also shown in this space is a custom seating wall. Larger circles located at the base of the wall are dedicated to seating while smaller circles at the top let light into the hallway.

left: The Indoor Gardening room is dedicated to exploration, learning, and character building. The space includes custom risers that function as both seating and storage and custom planters. Synthetic grass and circular windows and skylights work to bring the outdoors in.

bottom: The Green Room is an example of one of the three classrooms. Here students can read and receive tutoring from staff members or older students.

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left: Guests entering the lounge see the skyline of Frankfurt through twenty foot tall curtain windows. Planters and a custom light fixture in the shape of the city club’s logo are centrally located to draw attention to the inviting space. Various seating arrangements are set up around the space to create a design that is cohesive and distinct.

skills utilized: Research Revit 2018 Adobe Photoshop CS6 Material Selection Construction Documents Microsoft Office 2016 Branding

design concept: A luxury city club was created for travelers in the professional business practice. Located in Frankfurt, Germany, Verbinden City Club creates a space that allows members to relax and enjoy their experience in an international city. Verbinden, from the German word to “join and connect” works to connect locals and traveling professionals. Frankfurt, known for its architecture, historical sites, shopping, restaurants, and the arts, is a culturally diverse center in Germany. Frankfurt welcomes those who travel with open arms and is able to receive them through its diverse population. The building selected to host the club is Tower 185, located in the banking district. This allows close access to many of the cities wonderful amenities. The scope of the design includes the entry/reception, lounge, bar, president’s dining room, and both the member’s apartment and suite.

sustainable attributes: Carpet Flooring Low Voc Paint Textiles

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left: Rendered furniture plan: spaces within the design scope show furniture layouts. For more examples of construction documents, view the Digital Graphics section. Chandeliers selected for the member’s sleeping units and president’s dining.

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top right: Chair and sofa are selected for the lounge area. The soft curves of the chair and simple structured form of the sofa allow these traditionally designed pieces to take on a luxurious feel when paired with high end fabrics.

top far right: Member’s apartment and suite bed.

right: The winged chair is selected for the lounge area along the perimeter of the space. The barstool like other pieces, has a dark espresso stained frame and slightly curved arms, that carry the traditional feel and work to tie in all pieces across the design.

right: Found throughout the design, these physical samples were mounted onto a material board and carry on the bold luxurious feel of the spaces. These selections were chosen to represent the history of the German flag; its colors in the past representing black, gold, and white. The colors are seen through a variety of material types and textures, such as flooring, fabrics, and wall coverings. While each space follows the color scheme, they are distinct in the material types chosen.

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far left: The member’s apartment includes a seating area, kitchenette, sleeping area, and a full bath with built-in closet storage. Each sleeping space is distinct in that it adopts its own featured color. Materials and finishes in the apartment are golden and lighter, while those in the suite are darker with a gray based palette.

below: A warm and inviting reception area welcomes business travelers as they leave the elevators. The space includes a custom reception desk and coat closet, with space for luggage, to accept guests as they move into the space. Behind the desk is a metallic gold framed mirror with the city club’s logo that helps light to enter the space. On either side of this mirror, recessed walls supports wall sconces.

left: The president’s dining room provides a private space for executive members. The room is located adjacent to the kitchen for easy food delivery. The space includes a custom buffet, service stand, and a table that seats twelve.

bottom: The bar is located next to the lounge for easy access. The custom bar seats seventeen people and has a view of the Frankfurt skyline. The space includes regular seating for up to ten people with spaces for those with accessibility needs.

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koma condo lobby

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left: Located near the conference room is the business center. Here, residences and guests can use free internet access for personal or business use. The room also includes free printing.

skills utilized: Research Revit 2017 Adobe Photoshop CS6 Material Selection Construction Documents Microsoft OďŹƒce 2016

design concept: Koma, located in Reykjavik, Iceland received renovations to add a new layout and design. The lobby is designed to accommodate those living in the condo and those visiting. The design is based o of the scandinavian style which will be seen in the architecture, fixtures, materials, colors, and furniture forms used in the rooms. The decision of selecting the Scandinavian style takes its inspiration from the idea that lobbies should be comfortable, calming, and minimalistic. With the use of these methods, the lobby and other spaces will become a unique and inviting space that will be able to be enjoyed by all that utilize it. The scope of the project includes a reception, lounge, mail center, public restrooms, conference room, business center, bar, and gym. Spaces not accessible to condo owners will be employee restrooms, work room, and storage.

sustainable attributes: Quartz Countertop Low Voc Paint Textiles

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top: The floor plan of the lobby is centered around the lounges. Also shown is the floor pattern plan of each space.

below: Reflected Ceiling plan. Unique features, such as the acrylic slates and glass waves define spaces and lead guests and residents from the entrances.

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This faceted pendant fixture can be found in the main lounge and hallway areas. Spaced throughout these areas, the pendant creates a star like eect.


top right: The crosshatch chair can be found in the lounge spaces. The form of the chair reflects the Scandinavian style. The sofa, is located in the entry lounge.

top far right: The lounge chair is seen in the hallways for extra seating, and in the employee break space.

right: The Scandinavian style can be seen in the unique shapes of these chairs. Simple, clean, and curved designs are fixed in light wood forms.

right: These materials and finishes were used throughout the condo lobby to provide a cohesive design. Cream quartz countertops (top) are seen in the custom built desks and millwork. Light whitewashed hardwood floors are seen throughout the majority of the spaces. The fabrics below can be found on the lounge chairs seen above. The overall design of the lobby relies heavily on the blue and white color palette with color added through natural patterns and textures.

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far left: The bar area is located to the left of the reception area. The space includes a custom bar with seating for six people and regular dining seating.

left: Located at the back of the lobby is the employee space. Here there are oďŹƒces for managers, lounge seating, a kitchenette, a small dining space, and storage. The lighting seen in rooms located at the back of the lobby consist of suspended fixtures and recessed cans.

below: In the lounge spaces, the custom built-in benches provide optimal seating options for guests. Also seen against these curved walls are acrylic slats that extend from floor to ceiling before fanning out across the ceiling. The lighting in these spaces is primarily pendant lighting located throughout the lounge space against a dark navy ceiling to create a starry night appearance. Other lighting types in this space includes recessed cans found between the acrylic slats to create a warm and cozy atmosphere.

bottom: After entering the condo lobby, guests find themselves at a public lounge and the reception desk. Glass waves lead guests to the custom made desk. The neutral and clean color palette can be seen throughout the rest of the spaces.

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“The essence of interior design will always be about people and how they live. It is about the realities of what makes for an attractive, civilized, meaningful environment, not about fashion or what’s in or what’s out. This is not an easy job.” Albert Hadley

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competitions

restore care center - idec

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restore center idec

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left: A simple and clean reception area welcomes the guests that utilize the program. The waiting area seats up to five people and includes a custom reception desk. Nature inspired art provides a calming effect and are good viewing. The lighting in this space consists of both natural and artificial light to reduce shadows.

design concept: This project was completed per the guidelines of the 2017 IDEC competition. Located in Carmel, California, Restore Care Center, works with those in the alzheimer’s and dementia community along with others to provide support and awareness that can work to prevent or delay these diseases. The goal of the center is to create an environment that is inviting to all members of the community. Spaces are specifically tailored to the needs of alzheimer’s and dementia guests to produce comfortable atmospheres. The scope of the design includes a reception, memory, learning, and community rooms. Along with this, two ada bathrooms, an outdoor garden, and a therapy room are also incorporated into the design.

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skills utilized: Research Revit 2017 Adobe Photoshop CS6 Material Selection Construction Documents Microsoft Office 2016

sustainable attributes: Engineered Hardwood Flooring Solid Surface Countertop Low Voc Paint Textiles

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left: Here the general layout and floor pattern are shown.

Located in the reception area and in both the learning and community room, this pendant is simple and clean. Its use throughout the spaces, unifies them and adds a unique statement to the therapy rooms.

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top right: This task chair and table can be found in both the community and learning rooms. The soft casters and the ability to be easily folded and stored make this chair ideal for these spaces.

top far right: This soft nest like chair is a sturdy place for guests to practice their therapy. Casters allow restless guests to move as necessary.

right: Located in the reception area, this oďŹƒce chair is placed behind the reception desk. This lounge chair allows up to five guests in the waiting area.

right: These materials and finishes were used throughout the center. This light solid surface countertop replicates the veining of marble and can be found on the custom reception desk and in the ADA bathrooms. Whitewashed engineered hardwood oak flooring is found in all spaces but the restrooms for easy maintenance. The use of lighter materials and finishes is to create a safer feeling environment for guests that might confuse these selections for other objects. Wall colors throughout the spaces contrast with the neutral furniture pieces and fabrics so that obstacles are easily distinguishable.

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far left: The memory room is a space where guests can get one-on-one therapy. Here mental exercises, such as puzzles, reading, games, or other activities that a person loves are available.

below: This section cut shows the reception, memory, and learning spaces. The design is comprised of smaller spaces, such as the memory room, help to create a more comfortable environment for guests. This is further carried out in the memory space that has a lower ceiling height than other spaces. The community and learning rooms share an atrium that has a height of twenty feet with clerestory windows. These spaces share a movable partition that allows both rooms to be combined. This creates an area that can be used as a larger event space.

left: Located at the back of the center are the community and learning rooms. This space is designed to promote a connection between guests, their families, and other members of the community.

bottom: Located to the side of the center is a safe outdoor courtyard. Here the guests can practice both art and music therapy while being surrounded by calming plant life. The built-in bench provides seating for up to ten people.

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the modest muffin asid

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left: Upon entering the coffee shop, named the Modest Muffin, the guests see the glass display case, checkout counter, and various seating options. The color palette throughout the coffee shop is based off of pastel colors. Lighting in these spaces consist of recessed cans and copper pendants.

design concept: This project was completed per the guidelines of the ASID Carolinas student Competition. Renovations were made to an historic building in Winston-Salem, North Carolina to meet the needs of the owner. Two floors of the three story building were utilized. The first floor was transformed into a coffee shop and the third was renovated into a residence. The design is a blend of classical and contemporary styles to create a unique and inviting space for the young and old alike. Spaces in the scope include regular dining seating, bar, computer bar, lounge seating, stage, two ADA bathrooms, living room, dining room, kitchen, master bedroom, a full and half-bath, and an office space.

skills utilized: Research Sketch-Up 2016 Hand Rendering Auto-CAD Architecture 2016 Adobe Photoshop CS6 Material Selection Construction Documents Microsoft Office 2016

sustainable attributes: Original Oak Flooring Low Voc Paint Locally Sourced Furniture Pieces Textiles

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top: This space is the first floor coffee shop, known as the Modest Muffin.

below: The third floor is used as a residence by the owner of the coffee shop.

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This copper pendant is found in the first floor coffee shop. Pendants are located above the seating at the bar, dining, and computer bar. Its color is replicated in the decorative strip on the bar.


top right: This comfortable contemporary sofa can be found in the first seating space of the residence. In the home it is fabricated with a dark leather to provide a cohesive design throughout.

top far right: The leather side chair can be found in the second grouping of seating in the living room. The small curved chair can be found in the first grouping of seating.

right: Two types of seating in the coee shop are used for dining purposes. These include the barstool and regular dining chair. Both add a contemporary feel to the space.

right: These materials can be found in both the coee shop and the residential space. The marble is used as both a countertop and backsplash in the bar, computer space, and kitchen. Slate flooring can be found in the bar, kitchen, and all bathroom spaces for easy clean up and is slip resistant. The original oak floors of the building were changed from the plank layout to a herringbone pattern. The striped fabric can be found on the curved living room chair above to provide a cohesive design throughout both floors. Acoustical fabrics can be found in the coee shop drop down ceiling.

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far left: The coffee shop includes several spaces for guests to eat and enjoy their experience. One such space is the coffee bar, located at the back of the space. Here customers can enjoy free internet sources whether for emergency needs or for pleasure.

below: Located at the back of the coffee shop, customers find themselves near the stage located on the opposite side of the room from the computer bar. If the stage area is not being utilized, various types of seating can be placed in the space as needed. The space has room for both regular dining and lounge seating. The stage itself backs up to the original brick wall of the building and complements the original oak flooring, now seen in the herringbone pattern. Above the stage, as seen in other spaces is a drop down ceiling, fabricated in a light green acoustical fabric. Similar drop down ceilings with various colored acoustical fabrics can be seen above the bar and computer spaces to distinguish the different spaces and absorbs sound throughout the shop.

left: On the third floor, a large kitchen space is provided for the owner. In the middle is an island that sits two people. Also accessible from this space and the living and dining spaces is the half-bath.

bottom: Upon entering the third floor, guests will enter into the living and dining spaces. Two separate seating spaces occupy the living room to comfortably seat up to ten people. The seating spaces are defined by the distinct furniture pieces utilized.

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art deco room design

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left: When first entering the space, the clients will find the bed located in the center of the room in front of an extended wall. This pulled out space is covered in a golden wall paper. Wall scones flank either side of the bed with a glass chandelier located above.

design concept: An art deco style master bedroom was created for a couple in Red Hook, New York. The clients’ bedroom will be receiving a total renovation in this style along with a custom bed that also has Art Deco inspired characteristics. The space includes storage for clothing and everyday items, a lounge/seating area, a built-in fireplace, a wardrobe, dresser, the custom furniture design, a chaise lounge, two side chairs with an end table, and two double doors leading to the gardens.

right: Custom furniture deisgn sketches and inspiration

skills utilized: Research Revit 2017 Adobe Photoshop CS6 Material Selection Construction Documents Microsoft OďŹƒce 2016

sustainable attributes: Low Voc Paint Textiles

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left: Shown is the layout of the furniture plan.

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The chandelier above is the focal lighting of the space with its sleek chrome and glass appearance. The wall sconce copies this look to create unity within the space.


top right: Custom furniture design: bed. The bench provides extra seating and is situated in front of the bed.

top far right: This sleek and glossy veneered wardrobe is located near the entry of the room. Its dark wood and lacquered appearance add to the Art Deco style.

right: This chair was placed at the back of the room to create a small seating space. Located near the window, this seating area provides a quiet space for the clients to relax.

right: In this space two types of floor were utilized. These were both in the form of porcelain tile. The white tile is primary flooring material while the dark gray tile creates a one foot border around the space. The black and gold striped fabric can be found on the chairs in the seating area and balances the dark palette of the space. The gold accent wall paper is located behind the bed while the light green starred wallpaper is located on the ceiling giving the space a unique feature. The light green leather can be found on the bench and ties in with the green wallpaper on the ceiling.

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far left: Here, the layout of the bed, chaise lounge, and seating area can be seen. Flanked on either side of the extended wall are mirrors that reflect light throughout the space giving it a light and airy feel.

below: This custom bed was inspired by the architecture created during the Art Deco period. This included New York’s Empire State Building and Chicago’s Chrysler Building. Both the head and base board reflects these building’s tiered tops and spires. Within the tiers of the bed are an inlay of gold lacquered while the rest of the piece is coated in a black lacquer. This mimics the styles’ frequent use of lacquered furniture pieces. This three layered design is seen throughout the room, as it is divided up into the changing, sleeping, and sitting spaces. Also replicating this design is the decorative molding that spans the room.

left: The dark frame of the window unifies the space and ties in with the classic and simple Art Deco style. Decorative tiered molding is seen above each window replicating the design of the custom bed.

bottom: Opposite of the bed is the fireplace. Its design is simple and geometric as are other aspects seen in the space. Decorative doors on either side lead to the garden, while the other door leads to the homes’ living space.

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sculpture

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left: Created for a better representation of this project, a real sculpture model shows all angles of the suggested design.

skills utilized: Research Adobe Photoshop CS6 Sketch-Up 2016 Construction Documents

design concept: A sculpture is located along the Reedy River found in Greenville, SC o of the Swamp Rabbit Trail to welcome visitors to this area. Along with encouraging people to experience this great natural feature of the city, the purpose of the sculpture is also designed around the history of the city. The sculpture is inspired by the grist mills that dotted the Reedy River in the early 1800s. The mill stones, located atop the piece, symbolize how the river brought life to the community with cornmeal, grits, and hominy, that were used in everyday cooking. The water spouts are placed throughout the plaza for people to play in, to show how the river has had a great impact on society.

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far left: The sculpture is located halfway along the trail in a clearing. This site plan shows a large space that provides the ideal area for a small splashpad plaza.

below: While many features draw visitors to Greenville, its many parks and trails draw visitors and residence alike to enjoy the outdoors. The Reedy River is a beautiful natural occurrence that runs through the city. However, while the river is popular for photo shoot backdrops, it is not the ideal swimming location. This splashpad plaza provides a place for adults and children alike that walk the trail to take a break and enjoy the nature around them. The plaza is family friendly as it provides a place for children to play and seating spaces for others. The soft rubber material is slip-resistant and safe for all fun activities.

left: This detailed section cut shows the interior of the planters located within the bench found along the perimeter of the plaza. Materials and draining techniques are shown for further clarification.

bottom: Set against the backdrop of the trees and river, the plaza is located near the original mill that inspired its design.

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right: The base of the sculpture, as seen from all sides, takes the simple shape of a pyramid. This is an accepted symbol of the element of water. The stainless steel mirrored surface and spirals of the sculpture reflect the images of the surrounding scenery. Users are able to view the surroundings that have helped the city of Greenville flourish up to the present day. Here, it is shown how water is drawn from the interior of the piece so that it exits through the center of the millstone and water arms.

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The plaza’s unique oval shape follows the general shape of the natural environment. Its curved benches that surround the sculpture and water features, creates a safe and protective environment for children to play in. Along with the natural environment surrounding it, planters and bushes in and around the plaza allow this design to integrate with nature. This separates this design from others in the area. The water spouts are located equally throughout the space and vary in height.

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“Creativity is allowing yourself to make mistakes. Design is knowing which ones to keep.� Scott Adams

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renderings

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left: This first bedroom perspective shows a space designed for college students in Charleston. The kitchen perspective was designed for a Spanish Colonial Bungalow located in California.

bottom left: This exterior is a hand rendering of a container home designed for flood victims in Mozambique.

right: Fabric was selected to match chairs and based o of particular color requirements, such as neural with a touch of color.

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“The details are not the details, they make the design.� Charles Eames

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branding

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left: A custom place setting was created for the members of the Verbinden City Club. Elegant gold silverware and black and gold rimmed plates and wine glasses carry on the luxurious feel of the spaces. A custom leather menu with the club’s branding can be found at each place setting.The open and closed circle design represents the welcoming atmosphere of Frankfurt, and the joining of cultures.

presentations

right: The design of the presentation boards divides up the layout of the rooms and follows the natural flow of spaces. The designs shows all aspects of the project. These include a concept, building selection, inspiration, branding, furniture, lighting, materials, and finish selection, and construction documents.

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cds

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left: This life safety plan was created for the Verbinden City Club. The sheet includes information about occupancy types, travel distances, and safety features.

right: Above is an elevation of the reception area of the city club. Features include the custom desk, recessed lights on either side of a decorative mirror with the club’s logo in the center. Below is an elevation of the bar, showing both millwork, equipement, and materials.

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contact information email: jayers102@andersonuniversity.edu phone: 865.363.1390 linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ jessica-ayers-23793a12a website: https://jayers102.wixsite.com/portfolio

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thank you

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