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Bachelor of Interior Architecture University of Kansas August 2018 - May 2022
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JENNIFER J. HER
An interior architecture student from the University of Kansas with interest in graphic design positions and residential interior designs. Experience with visual, communication and collaborative environment.
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Blue Ocean Senior Village
Foster Adopt Connect
Furniture Design 13
Blue Ocean Senior Village Client The Blue Ocean Village is owned and run by a private corporation with a range of memorabilia and senior living facilities throughout the region. Their primary objective is to establish a creative facility that deliberately blends both residential and commercial spaces that together present a non-institutional atmosphere that is conceptual, aesthetic and functional.
The Project Focusing on the commercial space, the design should follow a contemporary style with a local sense of aesthetics to contectualize the design. The design should include all required program below. As well as additional glazed facase to provide different views and visual connection to the outdoor. This includes a central space or village square.
The building program requirements includes a lobby that is hidden, private office spaces, public use for cafe, restaurant, spa + salon, library, gallery, theatre, and a village store.
Concept & Goals introducing familiar
The idea to create a welcoming space that show a clear path with the best use of lighting. Therefore, I strive to create transparency in the space without neglecting privacy and the division of space. The intention is to bring comfort that is most familiar to them and support the continuation in everyday life. The open structure concept should allow for people with dementia to feel comfort, connected and therapeutic.
Conference Room NL 168"W
Building 1 : First Floor 1/16” - 1’-0”
Reception/Lobby Fire Exit
Building 1 : Second Floor 1/16” - 1’-0”
Building 2 3/32” - 1’-0”
Building 3 3/32” - 1’-0”
Stool Chair Concept The concept stems from being modular. The chair is a simple design with technical Japanese joinery. There are 3-4 different types of joinery used. The chair material is oak wood.
c h a ir d etails
techi ncal drawi ngs
pres pec t i ve v i ew
Fi nal S ketc h
Barn Lounge Chair Concept The Barn chair is design for waiting areas, recreational and other public environments, as well as for family home areas. The frames are products from solid wood and the curved back legs are skillfully handcrafted. The dimensions and ergonomics make it a comfortable and relaxing seat.
Fi nal S ke tc h
pres pec ti ve v i ew
Foster Adopt Connect Client In the 2020 spring semester we work with Foster Adopt Connect. Foster Adopt Connect is a non-profit social service organization. They provides resources and guidance to help youth who age out of foster care and for foster parents within the program.
The Project Our project is to propose the design to this organization new headquarter. We focus on one floor and only program the rest of the floor. The location is in Kansas City, Kansas with 28,000 square feet space.
Program Requirement The building program requirements includes office space for faculty members, a homeless shelter for the public, food and clothing pantry for foster youth, and studio apartment for foster youth who aged out of the system.
Concept & Goals
bring attention to Foster Adopt Connect new location as a resource in Strawberry Hill through concept
create memorable journey within the space by manipulating circulation
visually establish private to public location using monochromatic color sequence
organize natural lighting programs near the south side
MEMOR A BLE Memory is complex and it impacts our surroundings everyday. Therefore, designing a space that stimulate a journey will allow for users to find a destination. The spatial organization will initiate a short term memory by integrating repetition and pattern of color in the design.
Second Floor 1/16” - 1’-0”
Basement 1/16” - 1’-0” Third Floor 1/16” - 1’-0”
First Floor Rendered 1/16” - 1’-0”
West to East Section 1/16” - 1’-0”
Materials & Products 1
S apph i r e In dig o
Ve r s u s C h a i r s
Wo od w or k Gr i l l e
L . E . F/ I YO Y i n Ya ng
P ano r am i c P o r c el ai n Sur f a c e
D o s s i e r : P r i va t e 1 1
B r an c h Et c h S c al e D In v er se
Ke n n e d e e
K awar t ha
Na n e : x 4 Wo r k s t a t i o n
Teal L ag o on
Fu l l E n c l o s u r e
Manufacturer: Mohawk Group
Manufacturer: Armstrong Ceilings
Manufacturer: Create At Home
Manufacturer: Mohawk Group
Manufacturer: Herman Miller
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SCORD CARD SCORD CARD LOCATION AND TRANSPORTATION credict credict credict credict credict
LEED for Neighborhood Development Location Surround Density and Diverse Uses LOCATION Access to Quality TransitAND TRANSPORTATION
12/18 5/8 5/7 Bicycle Facilities credict LEED for Neighborhood Development Location 1/1 Reduced Parking 1/2 credict Footprint Surround Density and Diverse Uses
credict Access to Quality Transit credict Bicycle Facilities ENERGY AND ATMOSPHERE Awarded: 25/38 credict Reduced Parking Footprint required prereq required prereq Minimum Energy Performance ENERGY AND ATMOSPHERE prereq required Fundamental Refrigerant Management credict Enhanced prereq Commissioning 4/5 credict Optimize Energy 16/24 prereq Performance Minimum Energy Performance Advanced prereq Energy Metering credict 2/2 Fundamental Refrigerant Management credict Renewablecredict Energy 2/6 Enhanced Commissioning credict Enhanced credict Refrigerant Management 1/1 Optimize Energy Performance
WATER EFFICIENCY prereq credict
Indoor Water Use Reduction Indoor Water Use Reduction WATER EFFICIENCY
required 8/12 Awarded: 8/12
prereq Indoor Water Use Reduction INDOOR ENVIRONMENT QUALITY Awarded: 11/17 credict Indoor Water Use Reduction required prereq Minimum Indoor Air Quality Performance prereq Environment Tobacco Smoke Control required INDOOR ENVIRONMENT QUALITY Awarded:credict 12/18 Enhanced Indoor Air, Quality Strategies 1/1 credict Low-Emitting Materials 1/3 12/18 prereq Minimum Indoor Air Quality Performance credict Construction Indoor Air Quality Management 1/1 prereq 5/8 Environment Tobacco Smoke Control 1/2 Indoor Air credict Quality Assessment credict 5/7 Enhanced Indoor Air, Quality Strategies Thermal Comfort credict 1/1 1/1 credict Low-Emitting Materials Interior Lighting credict credict 1/2 Construction Indoor Air Quality Management 2/2 1/3 Daylight credict credict Indoor Air Quality Assessment 0/1 Quality Views credict Thermal Comfort credict Awarded: credict 25/38 2/2 Acoustic Performance Interior Lighting credict required Daylight credict required Quality Views credict INNOVATION Acoustic Performance credict required credict Innovation 4/5 credict LEED Accredicted Professional 16/24 INNOVATION 2/2 credict Innovation 2/6 REGIONAL PRIORITY credict LEED Accredicted Professional 1/1 credict credict Awarded:credict 9/13 REGIONAL PRIORITY
Advanced Energy Metering credict credict Renewable Energy MATERIAL AND RESOURCES Awarded: 9/13 credict Enhanced Refrigerant Management required prereq Storage and Collection of Recyclables prereq credict Construction and Demolition Waste Management Planning MATERIAL AND RESOURCES 1/1 credict Long-term Commitment credict Interior Life-Cycle Reduction 2/4 prereq Impact Storage and Collection of Recyclables credict Building Product and Optimization - Environ1/2 Planning prereq Disclosure Construction and Demolition Waste Management 2/2 credict Building Product and Optimization - Sourcing credict Disclosure Long-term Commitment credict Building Product Disclosure and Optimization - Material 2/2 credict Interior Life-Cycle Impact Reduction credict Construction and Demolition Waste Management credict Building Product Disclosure and Optimization -1/2 Environcredict credict credict
Building Product Disclosure and Optimization - Sourcing Building Product Disclosure and Optimization - Material Construction and Demolition Waste Management
required credict credict total1/1 2/4 1/2 2/2 2/2 1/2
credict credict credict credict
Awarded: 11/17 required required 1/1 1/3 1/1 1/2 1/1 2/2 1/3 0/1 2/2
2/5 1/1 Awarded: 3/6 Awarded: 4/4 1/1 1/1 1/1 1/1 86/110
Awarded: 4/4 1/1 1/1 1/1 1/1 86/110
total certified 40-49
Co-Working Space Client In the 2019 fall semester we work with a client that aspire to create a Co-working space that have strong design, efficient programming of space, and provide high-quality fixtures and furnishings.
The Project The project involves with creating an innovative coworking space that attracts startup companies, creators, freelancers, and independent business owners. Our project location is downtown Kansas City, Kansas Strawberry Hill.
The building program requirements for the coworking space includes an open lounge seating, hot desks, permanent desks, offices, meeting room, and support spaces. For the support space we must include telephone booths, a cafe, a recreation space, a multipurpose space, and kitchenette/break room.
Concept & Goals
Create spaces that foster efficient communication.
Able to create workspace that challenges the norms with more playful spaces.
Provide adjustable spaces to offer a variety of environmental changes.
Create spaces that allows for individuals to have privacy and have a collaborative spaces with peers.
The concept is creating space that alludes to individuals emotions to bring joyous and fun in the work place. The use of using color, texture and geometric shape is to trigger emotions. An attempt to challenge the norms of workspaces to accommodate both young and old including children. Building an multiuse area to allow convenience in the workspace including a daycare.
Floor Plan 1/16” - 1’-0”
not to scale
not to scale
Materials & Branding
R uc k s t uhl - L e g - no - L e gno 2 6 1
S a t t le - Cir c olo S lim
M a f i - OAK w ild He av il y b r ushe d
The Project In the 2019 spring semester we work on this project with a partner. Our project location is the landmark next to the University of Kansas’s Potter Lake. For this project, we choose to build our enclosure space hovering above Potter Lake instead of the original hill.
Requirement The project requirement is to design an enclosure spaces. This space must includes multiple designed cell for the use of visiting faculty members. The space is use for studying or practicing a wide range of activities on site. Therefore, we decided to build an event space on our roof top as our extra.
basement Level 1 1" = 20'-0"
All Floor Plan 1” - 20’-0”
first floor Level 2 1 1" = 20'-0"
Level 3 second floor 1" = 20'-0"
Level 4floor third 1" = 20'-0"
South Elevation 1” - 10’-0” 1
South 1" = 10'-0"
West1Elevation 1" = 20'-0" 1” - 20’-0”
Horizontal Section 1” - 20’-0” 1
Section 1 3/32" = 1'-0"
Wall System The Project first model In the 2018 fall semester we worked on multiple project. For the Wall system project, we must find inspiration from an assigned architect. My architect was John Utzon. His design inspired me to create a wave like wall structure system. I designed small pods to create a movable model that alludes to a moving wave. Not just that but I challenged myself to make this model without glue. Instead I used ring holder and a lot of wood weaving.
This is a updated portfolio from year one to three.