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JESSICA MICALLEF interior design


“ONE’S DESTINATION IS NEVER A PLACE, BUT A NEW WAY OF SEEING THINGS.” -HENRY MILLER


TABLE OF CONTENTS


OFS BRANDS HEADQUARTERS workplace

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SCNM* 02 healthcare

WOODLAND ARTS CENTER* 03 hospitality + retail

PAPAGO PARK 04 community

INTERNSHIPS 05 smithgroupJJR + MHD COL 051200.A01

TECHNICAL SKILLS 06

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STUDY ABROAD 07 sketches

*nominated for an award


OFS BRANDS HEADQUARTERS workplace - fall 2017

ofs is a furniture company with core values of sustainability and craftsmanship. representing five different lines of furniture, the work styles and demographics of these internal departments have dramatically changed. it was time to rethink their workspace and create a home for the next phase of the ofs evolution. the re-design of the ofs headquarters hopes to generate a more comfortable and progressive interior. creating a space that functions both as a workplace and as a showroom in hopes to express the ofs brand.

revit sketchup photoshop podium

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Huntingburg, Indiana - OFS Brands Headquarters

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existing plan

the layout of the different departments and areas was done to relate to my concept being that this ofs space is the headquarters to the company. therefore the theme of space planning becomes a metaphor for the layout of a home. shown right is my progression of planning going from a home layout to the ofs workplace layout.


There are 8 departments that need to work cohesively together on the floor incorporated with leadership offices, collaboration spaces, and workplace amenities. The goal was to place each department based on acoustics, work style, and environmental needs. One of the challenges with the existing plan (shown left) was working around the columns, not interfering with structural walls, and creating an experience with some of the skylights. Shown right is a schematic diagram determining proximity planning.

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proposed plan

HOME: FRONT ROOM + KITCHEN

HOME: LIVING ROOM

-first impression -presentation -social hub

-loud space -active -tv-connected

WORKPLACE:

WORKPLACE:

-strong front -branding -central connection

-collaboration -playfulness -inspiration


DEPARTMENTS

The floor plan uses concrete and wood to determine circulation and collaborative/ meeting areas. Whereas different colored carpets break up the areas into the different departments. All furniture used for the workplace areas are from OFS collections. Other pieces in collaboration or lounge areas use manufacturers such as Herman Miller, Grand Rapids, and Knoll.

1 ORDER ENTRY 2 GLOBAL ACCOUNTS 3 CUSTOMER SERVICE 4 DESIGN SPECIFICATION 5 MARKETING 6 NEW PRODUCT ENGINEERS 7 CREDIT 8 LEADERSHIP

AMENITIES

1 MEETING SPACES 2 COLLABORATION SPACES 3 CONFERENCE SPACES 4 PRINT/MAIL ROOM 5 PRIVATE CALL ROOMS 6 LOCKERS LIBRARY 7 8 REP ROOM 9 KITCHEN & COFFEE BAR 10 BOARD ROOM/FLEX SPACE

HOME: FAMILY ROOM + BATHROOM

HOME: BEDROOM

-lively -hang out -private space

-quiet space -individual -private

WORKPLACE:

WORKPLACE:

-gathering -communication -lively

-headsdown work -focus -acoustics

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MAPLE

communication binding practicality collaboration meeting spaces private spaces bathrooms

CHERRY

achievement making it happen overcome obstacles customer service order entry global accounts credit leadership

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energy inspiration new beginnings marketing design spec engineers printing meeting spaces

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unity authority strength leadership lounge kitchen community space

ofs is strongly connected to tree-farming through the manufacturing of their furniture pieces. with their culture striving to be connected to the woods, incorporating raw wood elements into the interior was important. woods were selected that ofs uses for their pieces and with the adjectives and meanings of the raw materials. a connection was created with wood types to the areas that related to their meanings. within each area, there are wood elements that relate to the raw material. (shown top right)


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front entrance coming out from the elevator - showing raw oak table 13


touchdown spaces for casual meetings or personal time.


the kitchen area is a main social hub of the space. equipped with a full coffee bar and multiple seating options. bringing the staff together throughout the spaces was implemented in several locations. (shown below) a variety of them have large white board spaces for community interaction as well as being a great collaboration tool. over the skylights is a customized furniture piece. using one of ofs's hinchada couch pillows; turning it into a swinging seat.

unique experience above some of the skylights.

personal lockers and a community wall over by the lockers

conference room spaces that are equipped with an av/media projector system

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the lounge area is a central hub to meet, relax, and engage with others


within the space, there are projected graphics on the walls that incorporate ofs pieces. each graphic represents pieces that are exhibited in the area. this creates a unique experience for the visitors and rep's as they tour through the headquarters. under each of the graphics is an explanation on the product shown; how it was designed, when, and what for. these graphics are projected to allow for flexibility and change.

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A B the reflected ceiling plan shows how multiple lighting elements were used. exposed ceilings are implemented in many of the showrooms, so translating that at the headquarters was important to create a branding connection. several acoustical products were used to help with sound control for the open office plan. within the spaces, incorporating different ceiling heights brought unique characteristics to the areas.


LIGHTING SCHEDULE TAG

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FIXED DOWNLIGHT

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MULTIWATT BALLASTS LED ALINGAP LED'S

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DOBSON LINEAR SUSPENSION ROMEO MOON S

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FRANGELESS BEVEL

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ALINGAP LED'S 10" W 14" H 2.5" D 31.5W 3000K 4.8" W 49"L LED FIT

20" D 8.9"H

ACOUSTIC SCHEDULE WEATHERED GREY OAK

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ACOUSTICS NRC .7

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9W 3000K LED DIMMABLE 19W 2700K LED

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OPTIMA LAY-IN NRC UP TO 1.00 AND TEGULAR CAC 26 LIGHT REFLECT 90%

WHITE

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ACOUSTICAL CEILING TILE

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TECH LIGHTING

SYRMA PENDANT

17W 3000K LED

19" W 38"L

MATTE BLACK

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ACOUSTICAL CEILING TILE

ARMSTRONG

SOUNDSCAPES SHAPES

MONORAIL SYSTEM

TECH LIGHTING

CORUM PENDANT

12W LED, DIMMABLE 3000K

4.8" D 6" H

PENDANT LAMP DIFFUSE, DIRECT LIGHT

EUROLUCE

AIM SMALL FIXED

12W LED, DIM 2700K WARM WHITE

7" D 6" H

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16W LED, DIM 2700K WARM WHITE

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PENDANT LAMP EUROLUCE DIFFUSE, DIRECT LIGHT

ALUMINUM FINISH OVER COLLAB BENCHING

OVER COLLAB TABLE

SABIN 1.49

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VARIES WOOD FINISH SQUARE EDGE LINEAR LINES

12" SIDE PIECES VARY

CORK MATERIAL CUSTOM CUT

lighting + acoustics schedule

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both these renders show some of the raw wood materials used


this render shows one of the raw wood elements implemented to be a unique divider to the space, in between customer service and order entry. in the center core there are offices for the leadership of the departments as well as an open conference space. it's important to have different accommodations for gathering together to meet or collaborate.

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SCNM 02 healthcare - spring 2016

this healthcare facility is used for the public as well as education. working with just the first floor, this level needed new space planning as well as branding. given the needed programming and square footage requirements, the goal was to create a space that helps to re-define the typical notions of health care. a space that focuses on all of its users, with emphasis on community, collaboration, and the whole person. *this project was nominated for design excellence at herberger institute autocad sketchup photoshop podium


Tempe, Arizona - Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine

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furniture + site plan

the floor plan creates unique way finding while addressing the clinics needs through the programming. the lobby is opened up through all three levels to create a light filled atrium. there are three open glass meeting pods in the upper levels of the building, which are used as physician and staff offices, this is to reiterate the idea of transparency that is really important in healthcare. tinted glass is used as a wayfinding tool to frame the entries of each zone. such as the green representing student areas and purple for hydrotherapy.


material board + new logo

front entrance showing upper level pods and tinted glass used for wayfinding 25 5


sun diagram + facade calculations

regarding the exterior, it needed to be determined where shade was needed most and how to accommodate that with a new facade design. a sun diagram was created to determine the most exposed side. taking thought into the calculations of the new facade design in order to get the most shade for the ribbon windows was important. a radical approach of wrapping the entire building with the perforated metal design, relates to the old building while creating a unique identity. also wrapping the facade around the parking garage helps with wayfinding.


section showing (left) parking garage, (center) this buidling and (right) scnm school

view of entrance, coming from parking garage 27


entrance into scnm

Patients can plan visits and schedule appointments through the SCNM app. They can access a patient portal and contact doctors on a 24-7 emergency basis. They also have access to see any events taking place.


the patients coming in have the option of a face to face interaction at the desk, or a quick check in at the kiosks. within the lobby there is a cafe. this is a place for users to go and enjoy healthy options, as well as shop through our own line of holistic foods and products. products feature the various health benefits of specific ingredients. this is to help inform the buyer and possibly enable them to make future healthier decisions

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student/staff entrance

staff room

public access clinical area hydrotherapy classroom/ clinical area

flex space classrooms counsel cafe elevators sauna + steam colonic rms.

waiting area

hydrotherapy rms.

public entrance

check in

treatment rms. blood draw lab bathrooms

office

locker rooms flex space

utility closet

counsel exam rms.

exam rms.

exam rms.

clinical integration

waiting area

procedure rms.

IV room + prep

exam rms.

the programming layout creates distinct zones that help with efficiency. the clinical area is oriented to begin as public spaces to more private. as the exam rooms are near the main lobby, whereas the blood draw room and minor surgery are located in a more private area. dropped ceiling heights occur in the clinic, hydrotherapy and student areas to distinguish the shift in environment from more public to private. artificial lighting is used throughout. new energy efficient light by GE can be adjusted to suit natural circadian rhythms based on the time of day.


Cove lighting and sound absorbing baffles help warm the space and aid in wayfinding.

At the end of the major hallways views of nature and natural sunlight are shown.

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a sub family waiting room within the clinic provides a space to relax and wait with larger families.


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larger exam rooms are able to accommodate family and friends. distinct zones make the space extremely efficient and place an emphasis on physician mobility. the clerestory windows allow for natural lighting while still maintaining the patient's privacy. each exam room has a charting station and smart board so that information can be projected onto the screen to allow for open discussion and transparency.

The student integration area creates a casual, flexible space to immerse them within the clinical zone.

Clinical integration areas break up the clinic corridors. On both sides, the sliding glass partitions allow for easy access and collaboration for the staff.

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WOODLAND ARTS CENTER 03 hospitality & retail - fall 2016 this site is an existing historic building, which was built in three different years; 1918, 1938, and 1959. the owner was interested in turning the site into a venue, restaurant, and retail space for the community. this complex is located in the woodland historic district, therefore my proposal for this design was to transform the space with a rehabilitation approach, not touching the existing walls, but creating new ones with the incorporation of copper materials throughout. *this project was shortlisted for the gensler brikman scholarship revit sketchup photoshop podium


Downtown Phoenix, Arizona - Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church

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furniture + site plan


The client really wanted to create a place for the community to come together for events and activities. Within the different spaces in the building, they all needed to cohesively have a brand as well as a similar atmosphere. With the historic rehabilitation aspect, it was important to consider making the site up to code with the re-design. The need of open circulation for ADA accessibility was a priority; three ramps were incorporated to have easy access from space to space. As the structure and flooring materials could not be touched, it was a challenge to create a new space, while incorporating the old.

resturant/dining event stage/venue space retail/reception bathrooms kitchen ramps patina copper raw copper

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I had the opportunity to go to the site and document existing conditions and details that were there.


the design started with a contrast of freestanding raw copper arches on the exterior against the historic church facade. this is done to draw in the community. on the interior there are two patina copper panel structures that wrap through the walls. this creates a wayfinding experience from space to space. the exterior shows a contrast from new to old materials, whereas the interior has aged copper, to show a connection to the historic building, yet expresses a new material wrapping throughout the space.

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studies were done of value, hue and texture within the spaces to determine the selections of the color range and materials for each space. this process was to understand the relationship between the materials used in a three dimensional composition. breaking the materials used into layers of value, temperature, texture, pattern, hue & brightness helped determine what was working for each space. this was done by representing it through grey tones and lighter colors with hand sketching.


studies of values within the space

view of bar area, showing start of patina wrap 41


the main materials were wood, metal and some leather while also pulling out a lot a colors from the natural patinated copper. shown to the right is a render of the bar area. this is where the patina copper rides up the wall and wraps along the ceiling to continue outside. this was an architectural movement done in order to create a relationship of a new material becoming apart of the historic structure. however, not giving such a huge contrast as it is patinated copper, rather than being shiny and raw.


west section

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Being in the arts district, this place desired to have a unique character on the inside and out.


we were instructed to design our own pieces of furniture, which involved a lot of study into the joints and angles. also with designing the furniture pieces, it took a lot of trial and error to see which styles of furniture worked with the wrapping of the copper from interior to exterior. my favorite piece i designed was the patio chair which was implemented in the back yard of the building.

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PAPAGO PARK 04 community - fall 2014

this was a semester long project that combined the practice of landscape, architecture, and interior design to create a community space. for landscape, it started with a specific land area, the steps were to break down the elevations and create a spacial organization system for water, greenery, pathways, restrooms, and a main pavilion. architecture was about designing the main pavilion inspired by the landscape design. the objective was to create this space as a main area for rest, viewing, and bathrooms. the interior design was going further into the design of the interior space for the pavilion, specifically the entrance.

photoshop model building


Tempe, Arizona - Papago Park

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water is drawn into the design from a surrounding canal that travels along the north-east side of the plan


LANDSCAPE i was able to go to the site and take pictures to visualize potential design strategies from the environment. below shows a process of looking at the topography, and creating a radial design to the space. this was done to then determining areas of pathways and rest and where the grass and water was to go. the challenge was to create proportion and balance amongst the space.

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ARCHITECTURE from the site plan, one of the rest stops was to become a central pavilion. this building was designed based on a relation to my principal design from the landscape. i incorporated sharp trapezoid like edges and an open interior. this becomes a relaxing space that is connected to the environment around it, and incorporates the site within the design of the building.


This is a model showing my final architectural design, based off of the process show below. It includes observation areas and bathrooms.

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INTERIOR

i captured myself representing the activity of chasing a butterfly. Working with just the entryway of my pavilion made my building become more of a reality. the first full link represents how when one first sees a butterfly, right in front of them they can just touch it if they are quick enough, the second link represents how the butterfly starts to fly away, the third linkage is how the butterfly is high in the sky and one can only gaze up above.


The interior design of the space was inspired by a human behavior that I envisioned to happen within the space. From my activity, I created a floor plan of how I had moved through the space, thus incorporating it into my scale model.

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INTERNSHIP SmithgroupJJR Phoenix, AZ Architecture Engineering & Planning Firm top row: i was given the responsibility to create the design of a conference table to be used in the main board room of a workplace project. it took many hand sketches and sketchup models till i came up with a design that was approved. after creating the design, detailing dimensions, and completing a final model, i then contacted businesses to get the potential cost and lead time for this table to be built. this was such a great real life, design experience. middle row: i was given the opportunity to design the bathroom that was to be implemented on all three levels of a workplace facility. this included space planning, selecting the appliances and details, designing and choosing the wall tile, then building the design in revit and creating the sheet with views. bottom row: i was given the task of building the surrounding site buildings in sketchup for a particular project. the project building is in the center with the dark grey parking lot. i built the surrounding nine buildings based off of using photographs and google earth.


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ENLARGED FLOOR PLAN - LEVEL 1 CUSTOMER CENTER RESTROOMS (1057/1058) SCALE: 1/4" = 1'-0"

ENLARGED FLOOR PLANS - LEVEL 1 CORE RESTROOMS (1022/1025)

455 NORTH THIRD STREET SUITE 250 PHOENIX, AZ 85004 602.265.2200 www.smithgroupjjr.com

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PK Associates

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STRUCTURAL ENGINEER 7434 EAST McDONALD DRIVE SCOTTSDALE, ARIZONA 85250 480.922.8854

ENLARGED RCP - LEVEL 1 CUSTOMER SERVICE RESTROOMS (1057/1058) SCALE: 1/4" = 1'-0"

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CIVIL ENGINEER 333 EAST WETMORE ROAD, SUITE 450 TUCSON, ARIZONA 85705 520.292.2300

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GRAB BAR MFG: BOBRICK NUMBER: B-5806 X 36 FINISH: SATIN DIMENSION: 36"L

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GRAB BAR MFG: BOBRICK NUMBER: B-5806 X 42 FINISH: SATIN DIMENSION: 42"L

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GRAB BAR MFG: BOBRICK NUMBER: B-5806 X 18 FINISH: SATIN DIMENSION: 18"L

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TOILET TISSUE DISPENSER MFG: BOBRICK NUMBER: B-347 FINISH: SATIN DIMENSION: 15-1/2"W X 28-7/8"H

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TOILET TISSUE DISPENSER/ SANITARY NAPKIN DISPOSAL MFG: BOBRICK NUMBER: B-357 FINISH: SATIN DIMENSION: 15-1/2"W X 28-7/8"H

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INTERNSHIP Myra Hoefer Design Healdsburg, CA Residential & Commercial top row: i was given the task of hand rendering views of spaces to determine what the furniture pieces would look like within the space of the hotel healdsburg. this gave me a lot of practice with gathering onsite measurements and hand sketching in perspective. middle row: the mill valley inn project included redesigning 25 hotel rooms, the lobby and breakfast area. I was able to visit the site and attend client meetings. I collaborated on fabrics, furniture and color tone options. i compiled sheets listing the items needed for each individual room, as well as the budget sheets for the potential pricing of each room. i created a proposal board for the final selections of pieces that was presented to the board of the hotel; which got approved and then completed. bottom row: i had the opportunity to join in on staging residential homes for clients. this gave me tangible experience working with aesthetics and space planning with furniture and objects. i was able to stage several homes, with several different clientele. this gave me experience working with the need for different atmospheres and different tastes.

proposed furniture - west view


hand drafted floorplan

proposed furniture - east view

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TECHNICAL SKILLS construction documents details plans top row: throughout school and my internships I have strengthened my skills in revit, specifically construction documents. I understand how the documents are set up and created. in my construction documents class i had the opportunity to create a whole set from sheet index and project info, to floor plans, material and furniture sheets, rcp's, sections and enlarged plans, as well as practiced building my own details for detail call-outs.

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bottom left: specifically for my most recent project ofs, i spent a lot of time working on the floor plan and rcp in revit to make sure it was all technically correct. shown is a phase of my revit model used for that project.

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500 GRISWOL SUITE 1700 DETROIT, MI 313.983.3600 www.smithgro

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bottom right: also i had the task of creating finish plans, rcp's as well as tagging materials and doors in a functional human behavior order

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middle row: at smithgroupjjr i had to re-create wall details in revit. my only source was the existing CAD plans, so i had a lot of practice understanding how the parts where put together as i had to know what each piece was in order to re create it.

051200.A00 STRUCTURAL STEEL FRAMING 051200.A01 STRUCTURAL STEEL 054000.B07 6" METAL STUD 071416.A00 COLD FLUID APPLIED WATERPROOFING 074213.13.A02 CONCEALED-FASTENER, LAP-SEAM METAL WALL PANEL

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STUDY ABROAD SKETCHES Rome, Paris, & Amsterdam the summer of 2017, i was a part of an architectural study abroad program in europe. over the course of three weeks i was able to visit and learn about how the cultural and social issues of the times affected design in the areas. this journey included visiting over 20 museums, hundreds of buildings, and having the opportunity to explore the cities and towns. in rome, i saw a vast range of structures that showed the different architectural ideas, and structural tasks over a period of time. the streets showed the layers of architectural history, and many designs showed influence from religion. after sketching fragments of the baldachino in st. peters to walking through the gardens of villa d'este, the one thing i remember most, is that - fresh water is everywhere. in paris i explored the lands of versailles and visited a few of le corbusier's homes. i was very fascinated by the many styles of doors and archways with their symmetry and small details. the facades were incredible. there was such a contrasting relationship with the design of different periods. in amsterdam i was in awe of the vast greenery and well planned landscapes. here i visited three different museums where i saw work of rembrandt and van gogh. after the program was over i traveled to belgium to view the works of art nouveau and of course try the waffles.


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CONTACT & INFO Jessica Micallef j.a.micallef@outlook.com 707 583 3571


“One’s destination is never a place, but a new way of seeing things� traveling is something i aspire to do whenever i can. the places i go have made a positive impact on my perspective and the way i think. this then impacts my design as i have so much to be inspired by. the pictures shown after the front cover are images i have taken on my travels. i chose those specific pictures because each of them has a story and i really enjoy photography. completing my four years, studying interior design with a minor in architectural studies - i have learned the fundamentals and principles of design. i understand that there is a psychology to the human behavior within spaces. i appreciate the thought and programming that goes into the interior design of a space. however, I want to know so much more. i have some understanding about the structural build and the materials used inside and out. I want to understand how the building is put together in detail. I want to have a grasp on the interior and exterior of buildings and I want to be knowledgeable about how things work. my dream is to have licensees in interior designer and architecture. I want to be able to have the opportunity to design a building as a whole. I want to pull from the site and relate it to the interior branding and the exterior facade. It is going to be a challenging journey ahead and I am so eager to get started.

linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jessica-micallef-991b90b8/

online portfolio: https://issuu.com/jessicamicallef6/docs/jm.portfolios

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THANK YOU

Jessica Micallef Interior Design Portfolio  

These are projects I have completed in my undergraduate years at Arizona State University.

Jessica Micallef Interior Design Portfolio  

These are projects I have completed in my undergraduate years at Arizona State University.

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