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Interior Design Portfolio b y J e s s i c a Ta l b o t


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THIS PORTFOLIO SHOWCASES THE DEVELOPMENT AND E D U C AT I O N O F A N A S P I R I N G INTERIOR DESIGNER, WITH S T R O N G U S A G E O F I L L U S T R AT I O N AND GRAPHIC DESIGN. Everything I do is driven by my dream of designing functional and beautiful spaces for a specific individual or a large group. I’m eager to design for all - the aging grandparent, dedicated athlete, excited newlyweds, or starving artist. I design with my clients in mind. I may be a historical chair enthusiast and have a constant hankering for cinnamon, but my true love for architecture and design overshadows them all. Thank you for reviewing my portfolio. Enjoy!


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C ONTENT S 4 // RESUME // 6 // C OMMERCIAL // 8 // TIUM // 20 // L A CAULLIO // 26 // MALOUF // 30 // HOTEL // 32 // ZIONS BANK // 34 // RESIDENTIAL // 36 // BYRON BAY // 46 // ONE57 // 50 // UNIVERSIAL DESIGN // 52 // DETAILS // 54 // HIST ORICAL CHAIRS // 56 // HAND RENDERINGS //


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BIOGRAPHY Jessica Talbot was born and raised in Highland, Utah - a town neighboring Salt Lake City. Jessica will be graduating in May 2018, with a bachelor’s degree from the Interior Design Program at Utah State University. Last summer she completed her internship in the Golden City of San Francisco and is currently seeking an Interior Design position in the Salt Lake City area. Since she has attended USU, Jessica has been a yearly recipient of several design and honor scholarships. Awards she has received include receiving High Gold at the National FCCLA Interior Design Competition, later she won Utah State’s Design Star Competition and most recently she was selected to be a Ambassador for the Caine College of the Arts.

I DON’T THINK THAT ARCHITECURE IS ONLY ABOUT SHELTER, IS ONLY ANOUT A VERY SIMPLE ENCLOSURE. IT SHOULD BE ABLE TO EXCITE YOU, TO CALM YOU, TO MAKE YOU THINK. ZAHA HADID


E D U C AT I O N 2012 2018

BA of Inte r i or D e sig n Utah State University / 3.78 GPA / CIDA Accredited

EXPERIENCE

J E S S I C A TA L B O T

2017 2018

2017

Name

Inte r i or D e sig n Inte r n ODADA / San Francisco CA Design Installs and Photoshoots Coordinated with Vendors and Shipping CAD and Revit Work Office Administration

Jessica Talbot

Ad dre ss

425 west 1595 north #104 Logan, Utah 84341

P hone

Havenly / Online Collaboration with clients & design firm over online platform Create moodboards, concepts & renderings in Photoshop Effective time managment Source products within clients aesthetic & budget

Int e r i o r D e s ig n e r

INFO

E-Inte r i or D e sig ne r

2015 2018

801.367.7666

PR & Marke ting Manage r Utah State University / Logan UT Design digital displays to relay information & activities on campus Manage 15+ employees

Email

jtalbotinteriors@gmail.com

Por t foli o Link

2016

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Steve Mansfield Architects / Logan UT Client Meetings Field Measuring / Construction Documents

SKILLS INDESIGN

Architec ture Inte r n ship

2015 2018

Und e r g radu ate Teaching Fell ow Utah State University / Logan UT Interacted with students to help them improve drafting & sketching Created & taught lesson plans

PHOTOSHOP

I L LU S T R AT O R

ACHEIVEMENTS L eed Gree n Ass oc i ate

AU T O C A D

2018

REVIT

2017 2018

Caine College of the Arts Ambassador

MS OFFICE

2013 2014

18 Month Humanitarian Service

*Gauge refers to application within the industry.

Salt Lake City UT

Utah State University, Logan UT

Portland OR


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Tium Luxury Day Spa & Yoga Studio La Callio Medical Spa Malouf Commercial Space Plan Hotel Revive Daltile Competition Zions Bank Cad Elevation

COMMERCIAL DAY SPA & YOGA STUDIO MEDICAL SPA COMMERCIAL SPACE PLAN HOTEL EXTERIOR ELEVATION

Description Creating commercial spaces becomes a difficult task due to the flexibility and multi-use. One must be always trying to create a sense of place for every user that enters.

I APPRECIATE HISTORY BUT, YOU HAVE TO BRING YOUR OWN EXPERIENCE INTO EVERY ROOM YOU DESIGN. -ISTVAN FRANCER


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EXTERIOR ENTRANCE


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MEDITERRANEAN MODERN INSPIRED BY THE ECLECTIC NATURE OF THE MEDITERRANEAN STYLE, COMBINED WITH MORE STRUCTURAL MODERN ELEMENTS, THIS LUXURY DAY SPA AND YOGA STUDIO IS SURE TO BRING CLARITY AND BALANCE TO ANY USER.

Tiums’ design builds off of the structure and history of mediterranean style. Mediterranean design encompasses more territory than you might think, drawing from countries in northern Africa, western Asia, and southern Europe. Although each locale has its own unique offerings, the region shares many design commonalities that are admired the world over. Whether it be an aquatic palette echoing the beaches of the Greek Islands or the use of radiant textiles from Morocco, Mediterranean style is warm, rooted in history, and unquestionably chic. Featured arches for doorways are throughout the space adding organic lines intro the architecture. White stucco walls, dome ceilings, and ancient sculptures are just the start. Rich, terracotta tiles in dusty orange tones are a mainstay of Mediterranean design. The clay-like material can be found on outdoor terraces, lining living room floors, kitchen backsplashes and fireplaces. Mediterranean architecture often echoes the rustic, sun-baked look of Tuscany. Hardly a room comes without exposed wood ceiling beams. Even sleek, contemporary spaces like the one above have worn stone floors and textured wall finishes with an ancient patina.

The furniture design in Tium is to be ornamental and styled. There are some basic aspects to the furniture but we strived to always place accents throughout that feature intricate and beautiful carvings. We placed some bolder and more neutral colors accompanying each other and even have some more plush fabrics and padding. This translates to some formal but still somewhat comfortable furniture. Furniture is generally very solid and long lasting as well, in materials like wood, wrought iron a whole lot more. THIS PROJECT WAS A GROUP EFFORT WITH THE TALENTED KATE RAWLINGS. HER CONTRIBUTION AND TALENTS WERE INSTRUMENTAL IN THE DESIGN AND CREATION OF TIUM. All of these elements together create an atmosphere of unity and tranquility. With the combining of different cultures and backgrounds harmoniously. All of these pieces together create an atmosphere of unity and tranquility. Building off the company’s logo of the ampersands relates to the design aesthetic; bringing together body and mind, whether within the visitor’s soul or the surroundings there in. Take a sneak peek into Tium to see a Mediterranean-inspired interior.


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C ONSOLE TABLE

STAIRWAY

Tium Day Spa & Yoga

Tium Day Spa & Yoga

Located in the spa lounge, this quaint refreshment area serves as both a functional drink table and a beautiful example of what drove the design of Tium. The heavy Nior QS Graf Console Table invites a historical influence into the vignette. Above we have the abstract painting, “Ocean Motion� by Thom Filicia, adding an elegant contrast. Pairing it all with an indoor olive which anciently represents peace and victory. This small corner of the space is the perfect example of this Mediterranean modern interior.

Near the entrance we wanted to create an architectural focal point. Designing a curved stairway brought a sense of mystery and elegance. Each stair is dressed with hand painted tiles from Tabarka Studio. This sweeping movement is meant to mimic the natural swaying of the wind, encouraging our clients to relax. Paired with the washed walnut sideboard and contrasting pottery this view becomes the perfect way we welcome our guests


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YO GA STUDIO

JUICE BAR

Tium Day Spa & Yoga

Tium Day Spa & Yoga

Throughout Tium we have a variety of yoga experiences. We offer personal training, yoga certification, outdoor experiences and larger indoor classes. When designing this experience, we wanted to invite the outdoors in. To encourage that we placed Nana walls throughout the building. Below we are showing one of our largest indoor yoga studios that illustrates just how much the Nana wall encourages that design decision.

At Tium we encourage our visitors to listen to their body and what it needs. With that we created a space that could provide nutrients that we believe are essential to creating a space of healing. We even created fresh original products that encourage clients to live a rejuvenated lifestyle while still away from our day spa. With woven baskets, hand painted tiles & natural stone this juice bar is filled with organic textures and elements that flow with the rest of the interiors.


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YOGA LOUNGE


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P E D I C U R E S TAT I O N


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Set of three block art pieces add addtional color to the space.

Concrete side tables add balance to the space.

A black side table helps add a more encolosed feeling in the space.

Brass and rattan sconces add aditional lighting and frame the artwork.

Concrete side tables add balance to the space.

A natrual rug to help ground the furniture.

Entr y Fur niture L ay out Tium Day Spa & Yoga

Leather arm chairs on either side of the sofa for added seating.


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A5

A4

A1

A6

A1 A3

A7 A8

A4

A1 Roberta Schilling Chair A2 Dash and Albert Rug

A2

A3 Cisco Brothers Sofa A5

A4 Nior Side Table A5 Nior Marble Side Table

A9

A6 Nior Teak Coffee Table A7 Natural Curiosities Sand A8 Natural Curiosities Charcoal A9 Natural Curiosities Black

Entr y Fur niture L ay out Tium Day Spa & Yoga


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A concrete coffee table surrounded by four leather and fabric arm chairs by the bar add a place for guests to hang out

Leather strap stolls for the outdoor bar area.

Double chaise with a fringe detailed umbrella by the pool. Custom towels drapped on the edge of lounges.

A woven pool lounge with a natural wood side table for hanging out by the pool

Arm chairs covered in outdoor fabric for extra seating by the pool.

Pool si d e Fur niture L ay out Tium Day Spa & Yoga


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A2

A2

A2

A2

A5

A5

A5

A5

A5

A3

A3

A3

A1

A1

A2 A3

A1

A2 A3

A3

A2 A3

A3

A1 Frontgate Double Chaise A2 Frontgate Side Table A3 Sunday Supply Co. Umbrella A4 Frontgate Lounge Chair A5 Frontgate Chaise Lounge

Pool si d e Fur niture L ay out Tium Day Spa & Yoga

A3

A5

A2

A2


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C U S T O M FA B R IC S T I U M D A Y S PA & Y O G A S T U D I O


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BR ANDING T I U M D A Y S PA & Y O G A S T U D I O

LOGOS

COLORS

TYPOGRAPHY BODY & MIND

FUTURA - Regular

notera - regular


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L A C AULLIO Medical Spa

On the coastal edge of Nice, France the idea of high and low tide is almost non- existent. The narrow entrance of the Atlantic ocean to the Mediterranean causes calming waters and pebbled beaches. La Caullio spas tranquil design implements that calming peace, and natural beauty. La Caullio Medical Spa is a physiciandirected medical day spa, created by a dynamic multidisciplinary team of healthcare experts.

DESIGN IS A BALANCE BETWEEN FORM AND FUNCTION , IT TAKES TWO. SEESAW


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F l oor P l an La Caullio Medical Spa


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Lig hting P l an La Caullio Medical Spa


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Re f l ec ted C e iling P l an La Caullio Medical Spa


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Fini shing S chedul e La Caullio Medical Spa


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Mechani cal P l an La Caullio Medical Spa


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MALOUF

Luxury Living in New York

IT’S TYPICALLY THOUGHT THAT IF YOU WORK HARD, YOU’LL BE SUCCESSFUL, AND IF YOU’RE SUCCESSFUL, YOU’LL BE HAPPY. WE BELIEVE THAT IF YOU PUT HAPPINESS AT THE FRONT OF THE EQUATION, AND CREATE A CULTURE AND ENVIRONMENT THAT PEOPLE ENJOY, HARD WORK AND SUCCESS WILL NATURALLY FOLLOW. SAM MALOUF

The Malouf company is fuled by its culture. They draw energy from farmto-table lunches from an in-house chef. They recieve endorphins from playing basketball, cycling together or joining the Malouf softball team. And they gain humility and warm hearts from participating in community giving programs.


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VARIET Y SEATING

SO CIAL BO OTHS

TABLE TENNIS

PHONE RO OMS

Breakout Area

Breakout Area

Breakout Area

Product & Development

Within the breakout space Malouf desired a variety of seating for the employees. This area is a transition space between the in house lap pool and gym allowing this space to become transitional area that would encourage a lot of movement and interaction.

Building off the understanding that Malouf wanted a variety of seating the design opted for social padded booths. These conversation areas allow for more intimate conversations. With the acoustical dynamics in mind these areas are covering in an absorbent felt taking in excess noise making the booths more private.

Creating a space of family and unity Malouf desired a variety of items that would encourage playful employee interaction. To build off this credential we designed an area with multiple game options, surrounded by the focal point of table tennis. In addition, research also shows that table tennis increases concentration and alertness, stimulates brain function and develops tactical thinking skills.

If your company has an open office, it’s good to provide your employees with small rooms for taking private calls. These spaces prevent one person from dropping in on a meeting room that might be reserved for use by others.


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BATHROOMOM BATHRO

ELECT T ELEC

BATHRO OM BATHROOM

IIDF DF

OPEN TO BELOW

OPE N T O B E LOW

Produ c t & D e v el opme nt D e par tme nt Malouf Commercial Office Design


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C OURT YA R D

Breakout Space Malouf Commercial Office Design


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HOR IZONTAL PERSPECT IVE Daltile Competition

This interior concept came from the idea that there is a perspective that comes when you are able to witness the vast views of nature. People vacation for a chance to escape from their day-to-day lives and refocus to what matters to them most. This biophilic design will envokes the similar emotional experience humans have in nature.


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AUG 2016


ZIONS BANK Exterior Elevation

Verbal description uses non visual language to convey the visual world. It can navigate a visitor through a museum, orient a listener to a work of art, or provide access to the visual aspects of a performance. This elevation was accomplished by figuring out the size of the brick and then counting them to determine the measurements of the building. This Zions Bank resides in Logan Utah in the historical district.


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34 // RESIDENTIAL //

Byron Bay Vacation Beach Home One57 Manhattan Pied-Ã -terre Universial Design 2 Bedroom Apartment


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RESIDENTIAL SURF HAVEN PIED-À-TERRE UNIVERSIAL DESIGN

Description Creating a home is more than just paint colors and textures. It’s about creating a space that reflects the user.


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B YRON BAY Vacation Beach House

Located on the Eastern coast of Australia, Byron Bay is a beautiful locale known for its surfing culture. Through out this home design we opted to mimic the color scheme of the landscape. Building off of the warm hues of the sunrise and the cool tones of the ocean and greenery surround.

WHEN A ROOM IS DESIGNED WELL, WE LIVE IN IT BETTER. IT’S A FACT. OUR LIFE SEEMS A LITTLE MORE IN BALANCE AND THAT IS A VERY IMPORTANT THING. LISA PALMER


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M AST ER BAT H

M AST ER CLOSET

M AST ER BEDRO OM

CLOSET

BAT H 1

LIVIN G RO OM

G UEST RO OM

DIN IN G RO OM

L AUN DRY & M UD RO OM

1/ 2 BAT H

EN T RY

KIT CHE N

G A R AG E

F l oor P l an w ith Fur niture Byron Bay Beach House

SUR F SH E D


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SW Mindful Gray Cabinet Color

Cane Rattan Rectangle Baskets, Shelf Decor

Farm House Sink w/ Kholer Faucet

L aundr y & Mu d Room El e v ati on Byron Bay Beach House

Rejuvenation Bin Pull & Restoration Hardware Nob


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C OA S TA L L I V I N G THOSE WHO LIVE BY THE SEA CAN HARDLY FORM A SINGLE THOUGHT OF WHICH THE SEA WOULD NOT BE A PART. -HERMANN BROCH


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Beign the main focal point of this living space this grand poster bed is sure to give height and excitement to this otherwise tranquil bedroom.

A mixture of stripe, block print & cross stitch pillows giving a variety of texture.

Located on the eastern coast of Australia, this area has subtle hints of its neighboring asian culture.

Grounding the space, this loloi rug brings a sense of history and playfulness to the bedroom.

A simplistic dresser to complement the surrounding art and decorative accessories.

A feminine heavy navy chaise to deepen the contrast of the room. Paired with a structural side table.

Mimicing the color combinations of the surrounding areas, this bedding and throw are inspired by the culture and landscape of Byron Bay.

Ma ste r B edroom Fur niture B oard Byron Bay Beach House


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A2 A1 One Kings Lane – Salon Chaise, Navy Velvet A1

A2 Wisteria – Lattice Side Table

A4

A3 Noir Furniture – Sofie Dresser, White Wash

A12

A9

A4 Loloi – June Collection, Charcoal A5 One Kings Lane - Brute Ottoman, Light Gray

A16

A6 A15

A6 Made Goods – Laken Bed, Bronze Smooth Iron A7 Alice Lane Home Collection – Solange Desk A8 Bungalow 5 – Monaco Armchair Gray

A13

A9 Mcgee & Co – Uli Dresser

A5

A14

A10 Wisteria – Shell Wall Art, Volute A11 Wisteria – Shell Wall Art, White Volute A12 Palecek – Blakeley Table Lamp Navy

A3

A13 Alice Lane Home Collection – Quinn Duvet A14 Wildlife Wonders – Fern Needlepoint Pillow

A10 A11

A8

A7

Gu e st B edroom Fur niture P l an Byron Bay Beach House

A15 Jaipur Living – Hamlin Throw A16 Bungalow 5 – Chloe Mirror, Black


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Builing off the other hints of blue throughout the space, this dresser ties them all together.

Heightening the space this high boy dresser is placed beween the 2 queen beds for storage.

Extra wide accent chair for lounging. Paired with a geometric side to anchor it.

Monochromatic color scheme for the pillows.

A warm teak colored side table to bring warmth. Complemented with an artistic blue table lamp and playful butterfly art piece.

Two black rattan bedframes grounds the design in contrast to its otherwise airy color scheme.

Gu e st B edroom Fur niture B oard Byron Bay Beach House


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A9

A1

A10

A11

A4

A3

A7 A8 A2

A6 A12

A5

A1

Chelsea Textiles – Chest with T bar Handles

A7

Sparkmodern – Karuso Pillow in Navy

A2

Mcgee & Co – Ollie Chest

A8

Sparkmodern - Rex Pillow in Gray

A3

CB2 – Seville Bed

A9

Bungalow 5 – Zanzibar Stool / Side Table Black

A4

Ballard Design – Nala Bench

A10

Rejuvenation – Laurelwood Chair

A5

Noir Furniture - Hampton Tall Boy

A11

Jaipur Living – WST01, Westerly Rug

A6

Wisteria – Mali Ceramic Lamp

A12

Alice Lane Home Collection – Rice Paper Butterfly

Gu e st B edroom Fur niture P l an Byron Bay Beach House


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ONE 57

Luxury Living in New York

Walls of glass provide unobstructed views of central park and midtown manhattan and the opportunity to experience the magnitude of New York from a truly breathtaking vantage point. Designed by Pritzker Prize-Winning architect Christian De Portzamparc, One57 graces the center of the famed Manhattan skyline.

DESIGN IS THINKING MADE VISUAL. SAUL BASS


// RESIDENTIAL - ONE57 // 45 THE FOCAL PIECE OF THE ROOM IS A BUILT IN HERB TROUGH. THIS PLANTER WOULD HAVE A DIRECT SPECIALIZED WATERING SYSTEM WITH UV LIGHTS ABOVE FOR ACCESS TO FRESH PICKED HERBS AND SPICES FOR EVERY MEAL.

MODERN KITCHEN

DINNER FOR TWO, OR TWENTY

Inspired by the beautiful contrast that Manhattan has to offer, this kitchen was created for a dual purpose. It caters to the use of an in-house chef and the every-day use of the resident. With state of the art appliances and a layered lighting approach, the ambiance of this kitchen makes creating the meal just as tasteful as partaking of it.


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THIS TRANQUIL BEDROOM SERVES AS YOUR ULTIMATE GETAWAY. THE CUSTOM BED IS UPHOLSTERED IN A DEEP MAROON MOHAIR AND COVERED IN FRETTE BEDDING WITH MATCHING MAROON TRIM. FURTHERING THE FEEL AND DESIGN THEME OF CONTRAST I PLACED TWO ART PIECES BY STEVEN MACIVER NAMED SENTINEL 1&2 ABOVE THE BED. ALL UP AGAINST A COFFERED WALL IN A GRAVEL GREY PAINT BY BENJAMINE MOORE. THIS BEDROOM IS SURE TO BRING COMFORT AND PEACE AFTER A LONG DAY IN THE BUSY CITY. .


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M A ST E R B E D R O OM YOUR HOME SHOULD TELL A STORY ABOUT WHO YOU ARE , AND BE A COLLECTION OF WHAT YOU LOVE. -NATE BERKUS

Jean Armchair, B&B Italia Upholstered in Kelly Werstler Fabric

Frette Bedding With Matching Maroon Trim

AJ Wall Lamp Arne Jacobsen for Louis Poulson

Sentenial 1 & 2 By: Steven MacIver

A ROOM SHOULD NEVER ALLOW THE EYE TO SETTLE IN ONE PLACE. IT SHOULD SMILE AT YOU AND CREATE A FANTASY JUAN MONTOYA


U N I VE R SAL DESIG N Deaf Client

The mission was to provide our deaf client with an apartment that focuses on three distinct daily living characteristics.

1

FULL BATH NEAR MASTER BEDROOM WITH ACCESS TO PUBLIC SPACE

2

38 21'-3 15/16"

CLOSET 65 SQ. FT.

9'-10"

9'-10"

1 / Visibility, which includes light, color, and clear communication which encourages conversation. 2 / Acoustics, which focuses on reverberations, security, and location or self-orientation. 3 / Making sure that our client can be easily alerted and notified.

BATHROOM 95 SQ. FT.

70

30

3070

A

3 1/2" 1'-4"

4'-4"

3070

C

28'-0"

OFFICE / B 120 S

13'-0"

HARD WOOD FLOORS TO IMPROVE ACOUSTICS. IN ADDITION, EASIER TO STOMP AND NOTIFY PEOPLE NEAR BY.

FLOOR TO CEILING CURTAIN WALL

13'-0"

1'-4" 8" MASTER BEDROOM 237 SQ. FT.

B 5'-2"

BLACK OUT CURTAINS FOR LIGHT SENSITIVITY.

8'-8 7

3070

1'-4" 15'-8" 23'-10"


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GREAT DESGIN IS NOT JUST A SOLUTION, IT IS THE ELIMINATION OF THE PROBLEM

ALL ROOM ENTRANCES CAN BE SEEN FROM SOCIALIZING AREAS. IMPROVES COMMUNICATIONS.

N. COBSEL

3

EXTRA ACCESS TO LIGHT SWITCHES TO IMPROVE VISUAL NOTIFICATION

8'-9 5/16" 13'-5 3/8"

OPEN FLOOR PLAN FOR VISUAL ACCESS TO ALL SPACES

3070

D.W.

REF.

11'-7 1/4"

4'-11 13/32"

KITCHEN 124.5 SQ. FT.

LIVING ROOM 130 SQ.FT.

7/8"

4'-11 1/8"

3'-9 7/8"

COLUMNS 16" SQUARE, TYP

BEDROOM 2 SQ. FT.

DINING ROOM 120 SQ. FT.

70

8"

5'-5 15/16"

30 11'-8"

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-9

9'

MULTIPLE AREA RUGS TO ABSORB SOUND VIBRATIONS.

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22

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4'

5040

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4'

OPEN FLOOR PLAN FOR VISUAL ACCESS TO ALL SPACES

4'

-0

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40

°

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135

50

BALCONY

FLOOR TO CEILING CURTAIN WALL

8'-2"

1'

-0

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SEATING LAYOUT TO PROMOTE ASL CONVERSATION.


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DETAILS PRISMA MARKERS SHARPIE COLORED PENCILS WATERCOLORS TEMPURA

Description Throughout history humans have interacted with their surroundings to create emotional experiences. Some of these items are still here for us to not only admire, but to inspire us to further the creative design world.


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Historical Chairs Colored Sketches from Architectual History Realistic vs. Stylized Hand Renderings


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K E S SL E R C HA I R

V IC T O R HO RTA SI D E C HA I R

1898 / HENRY VAN DE VELDE

1902 / VICTOR HORTA

Henry Clemens Van de Velde (3 April 1863 – 25 October 1957) was a Belgian painter, architect and interior designer. Together with Victor Horta and Paul Hankar he could be considered as one of the main founders and representatives of Art Nouveau in Belgium. Van de Velde spent the most important part of his career in Germany and had a decisive influence on German architecture and design at the beginning of the 20th century.

Victor Pierre Horta (6 January 1861 – 8 September 1947) was a Belgian architect and designer. John Julius Norwich described him as “undoubtedly the key European Art Nouveau architect.” Horta is considered one of the most important names in Art Nouveau architecture. With the construction of his Hôtel Tassel in Brussels in 1892-3, he is sometimes credited as the first to introduce the style to architecture from the decorative arts.


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MORRIS C HA I R

K U BU S C HA I R

1850 / WILLIAM MORRIS

1910 / JOSEF HOFFMANN

William Morris (24 March 1834 – 3 October 1896) was an English textile designer, poet, novelist, translator, and socialist activist. Associated with the British Arts and Crafts Movement, he was a major contributor to the revival of traditional British textile arts and methods of production. His literary contributions helped to establish the modern fantasy genre, while he played a significant role in propagating the early socialist movement in Britain.

Josef Hoffmann (15 December 1870 - 7 May 1956) was a German architect whose work was important in the early development of modern architecture in Europe. Hoffman studied under Otto Wagner in Vienna and in 1899 joined in the founding of the Vienna Sezession, which, although influenced by the Art Nouveau movement, was more modernist than Wagner’s approach. He participated in the establishment of the Vienna Workshop, a centre for arts and crafts, which he directed for some 30 years.


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REALISTIC


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STYLIZED


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