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Interior Design Portfolio


 EDUCATION Bachelor of Science in Interior Design Council of Interior Design Accreditation Mississippi State University, Starkville, MS Graduation August 2018 Cumulative GPA: 3.8/4.0

Sales Associate Libby Story, Starkville, MS, Fall 2017 Interior Design Intern The Lawson Studio, Bay St. Louis, MS Summer 2017

EMPLOYMENT

Interior Design Intern Edward H. Wikoff Architects, Bay St. Louis, MS Summer 2017

Interior Design Intern LiTTLE Diversified Architectural Consulting Inc., Orlando, FL, Summer 2018

Interior Design Intern Marcia Artigues Interiors, Bay St. Louis, MS Summer 2017 + Fall 2016

Worked in Revit Corrected Work Orders Corrected Construction Document Redlines Ordered Finish Samples Attended Client Meetings Attended Site Visits Assisted with Field Verifications Created Client Presentation Researched about P.o.E. Lighting Created P.o.E. Lighting Presentation Met with Product Representatives Attended Lunch & Learns Attended Quick Product Updates Attended Staff Meetings

Executive Chairperson of Recognition National Residential Hall Honorary, (NRHH) Fall 2014-Spring 2016

COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT Volunteer for set up, monitor, and take down of ID Senior Showcase, 2017 Developed narrative summary for Louisville Presbyterian Church for consideration to become a historical landmark, 2016 Volunteer, Habitat for Humanity, 2016 Volunteer, Noxubee Wildlife Refuge for Canoe Day, 2016 Recruiter, Mississippi State University’s CAAD Academic Insight, 2015 Volunteer, packing canned goods at a local church, 2014 Volunteer, Big Event, 2014, 2015, 2017 Volunteer, Relay for Life, 2014-2016 Volunteer, Residence Hall Association’s Haunted Horse Park, 2014-2016


CONTACT CONTACT jhmoore310@gmail.com 8839 Moanalua Way Diamondhead, MS 39525 601-297-5092 jessicamooredesigns.wixsite.com/myportfolio

RELATED COURSES Technical Drawing1 Design 1 & 2 Hand Rendering Photography Furniture Design History of Interiors 1 & 2 Historic Preservation

Digital AutoCAD & 3D CAD & Modeling Digital Design Detail & Construction Integrated Lighting Color & Lighting for Interiors Environment for Special Needs LEED

MEMBERSHIP + LEADERSHIP Member, MSU ASID Student Chapter, 2015-2018 Freshman Representative, MSU ASID, 2015-2016 Member, National Residence Hall Honorary, 2014-2017 Member, Alpha Phi Omega Fraternity, 2014-2015 Member, Zeta Tau Alpha Fraternity, 2013-2014

HONORS + AWARDS Summa Cum Laude, 2018 ASID South Central Regional Student Career Day 2nd Place - Two Dimensional Design, 2017 2nd Place - Mid-Scale Residential Project, 2017 Mississippi State Annual Housing Banquet Bronze pin, the highest award from NRHH, 2016 MARHS Annual Sectional Conference Three-Year Award pin, for Housing involvement, 2016 Dean’s List, Fall 2013 + Fall 2014 President’s List, Spring 2015-Spring 2017

TECHNICAL SKILLS Revit: 2018 AutoCAD: 2016 InDesign Photoshop Microsoft Office Rhino Keyshot Hand Drafting Illustrator Sketchup Hand Rendering **References available upon request


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HOSPITALITY THE FAULKNER THE COCOA HOTEL

EALTHCARE FLORESTA

ORPORATE PUREE

NTERDISCIPLINARY BRASFIELD & GORRIE

ETAIL LIBBY STORY BRISE-ROCHE

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CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS

REATIVE ART PROJECTS


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Individual Project Internship Summer 2017 15,600 sq.ft.


The Faulkner is a family owned event venue located in Jackson, Jackson Mississippi. This 15,600 sq.ft., 100-year old building is currently under renovation and is looking to open in the spring of 2018.

Project Summer Internship, 2017

Features Historic details mixed with modern amenities. Maintained original brick, hard wood oors, 15’ ceilings, and rooftop terrace overlooking downtown Jackson.

Front Elevation Sketch

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Exterior Paint Colors


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First Floor The first level has an open floor plan for hosting various events. The design includes proposed sheer curtains and draperies, coffered ceiling detail with a wallcovering inlay, and herringbone wood flooring.

Faulkner Interior Materials

Fifth Floor The fifth floor was designed for hosting parties and wedding receptions. This space is furnished with round tables, Chiavari chairs and draperies.


Faulkner Rooftop The rooftop terrace is a 2,500 sq.ft. space with an open floor plan and a perfect view of Jackson’s Old Capitol Building at the head of the street.

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L L E T A O T I H P S A O O OC HHE C T Team Project Studio V Fall 2017 32, 000 sq.ft.


Reception Desk Elevation

Concept The Cocoa Hotel is a 32,000 sq.ft. boutique hotel located in San Francisco, California. The overall design was inspired by the Ghirardelli Chocolate Factory, with gold accents and checkered flooring throughout. Coco Chanel’s Cruise fashion collection also influenced the luxurious finishes of this hotel.

Hotel Lobby Furniture, Fixtures, and Materials

Responsibilities Space Planning Custom Component Building Inspirational Photos & Sketches Rendering Photoshop Maquette Building Rooftop Model Legend

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Front Lobby The Broma Bar & Grill Noir 72 Spa

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Concept

Inspirational Photos

The Broma Bar & Grill earned its name from the Greek word for chocolate, “Theobroma cacao�. The restaurant design was inspired by the rich and exotic culture of Aztec chocolate artisans.

Bar & Grill materials

Bar Stool

Banquette Seating


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Concept Noir 72 Spa is a place where hotel guests can come for chocolate spa treatments. The name of the spa is drawn from the health benefits of dark chocolate. Within the spa, one can find finishes that tie back to the Ghirardelli chocolate factory, such as the black and white checkered tile and the dark brown wallcovering. Other luxurious materials such as marble and bold upholsteries can be seen at the pool.

Spa Finishes


Spa Pool Lounge The pool lounge area of the spa resembles a puriďŹ cation process, just as the cocoa treatments are a puriďŹ cation remedy for the skin.

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Influenced by Greek culture, Coco Chanel’s Cruise collection inspired the design of the Guest Room levels of the hotel.

Maquette

Materials

Guest Room Level Floor Plan

Coco Chanel Cruise Collection


Guest Rooms Hallways and guest rooms are designed with custom carpeting. A collection of eclectic fabrics, custom furnishings and coffered ceilings are featured throughout the guest rooms. The main focal point in each room is the custom wallcovering found in the bed surround.

Custom Wallcoverings

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Model

Pool Model Being linear in design, this space also functions as the perfect runway for fashion shows. Rooftop Floor Plan Rooftop Bar Elixir was also inspired by the Aztec culture and colors. They believed that a drink made from cocoa beans was the “Elixir of Life.� This rooftop bar is the eclectic center of the hotel.

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Individual Project Studio IV Spring 2016 7,500 sq.ft.


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Inspired by the Amazon Tropical Rainforest, Floresta is a 7,500 sq.ft. dermatology clinic and spa located in Santa Barbara, California. Each space has a design theme inspired by an animal from a distinct layer of the rainforest.

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Clinic Waiting Area

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Laundry Rooms

Spa Waiting Area

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Treatment Rooms

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Facial Rooms

MOHS Lab

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Spa Lounge

Exam Rooms

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Hair & Nail Salon

Clinic Lounge

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Snow Room

Doctor’s Office

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Sauna

Massage Rooms

The Dermatology Clinic reflects the Emergent Layer, where the Blue Morpho Butterflies can be found. The Spa embodies the Understory Layer, where the mighty Jaguar resides. The Waiting Area acts as the Canopy Layer, where tropical birds can be found.

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Waiting Area The waiting area provides directional wayďŹ nding for incoming patients. With Biophilic Design, this space comforts the waiting patients, just as the Canopy Layer of the Rainforest, would protect and comfort the many birds in that area.

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Dermatology Clinic For a Dermatology Clinic to operate effectively, there must be ample natural lighting. LED light fixtures, which are energy efficient, are placed within the clinic to help with the need for effective lighting. This clinic offers advanced operations and procedures, such as laser and MOHS surgery. The clinic’s blue-green color derives from the Blue Morpho Butterfly, found in the Emergent Layer of the rainforest, which receives the most sunlight. Research shows that surgeons perform best when exam rooms are painted a blue-green color, diminishing the afterimage effects experienced when looking at something that is red.

Doctor’s Office Doctors’ offices are located in the back for privacy. A combination of natural and LED lighting is not only energy efficient, but provides an optimal environment for dermatological procedures and patient health.


Dermatology Clinic Lounge The lounge is a place of replenishment for doctors and clinic staff. This space captures the bright atmosphere of the Emergent Layer.

Milan Gold Ceiling Tile

Techlighting Pendant

Daltile Pearl Granite

Herman Miller Bar Stool

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Spa Sauna & Snow Room The moisture in the Sauna reects the tropical atmosphere of the rainforest. An adjacent Snow Room offers a delightful, balancing treatment.


Hair & Nail Salon The salon’s atmosphere invokes the tranquility of the Understory layer. Believed to be a sign of strength and power to the natives of South America, the Jaguar influenced the design of this space. Chair upholstery mimics the bold, geometric design of the Jaguar’s coat.

The Jaguar’s graceful qualities are the inspiration and design for the spa’s atmosphere.

DesignTex Chair Upholstery

Beautiful Halo Sauna Fixture

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Individual Project Studio IV Spring 2017 22,500 sq.ft.


Legend Reception/Lobby Training Center

Concept Located in Rosemary, Florida, Puree is a 22,500 sq.ft. smoothie packaging company. The ďŹ rm’s main goals are to promote energy, health, and empowerment throughout their work space and products. Rosemary

First Level Floor Plan Techlighting Pendant


The lobby entrance is the focal point of Puree. Its purpose is to aid in attracting workers and visitors to the ďŹ rm. The open area provides ample natural lighting to promote Puree’s branding and culture of energy, health, and empowerment.

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Fabric Design was inspired by the patterns of cut fruit.

Custom Fabric on Steelcase Buoy Seat

Custom Fabric

Legend North America Marketing Library Circulation

Custom Packaging Bottle

Second Level Floor Plan


The Training Center is comprised of Steelcase Education Modules. Each room is equipped with Node Chairs to provide the Puree staff opportunities to engage and collaborate for optimum work success. Steelcase Education Module

Steelcase Node

Techlighting Linear Fixture

Interface Carpet Tiles

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Natural Lighting Techlighting is essential to the firm’s belief of Pendant promoting wellbeing for their working staff. All private offices have access to windows. With Steelcase’s office modules, the open office areas also gain access to natural lighting from the glass partitions. Third Level Floor Plan


The third level of Puree contains the majority of the workstations and offices. Each set up is coordinated to fit the staff needs, to be open and collaborative with the workstations, and to maintain privacy with the closed offices.

Steelcase Workstation

Steelcase Gesture Chair

Legend General Large & Small Conference Corporate Information Technology Human Resources Circulation Legend

Steelcase Office

Steelcase Office Typical

1) Gesture Chair-Channel Haze Seating Upholstery 2) Bindu Guest Chair-Low Back, Caressa Aqua 3) Worksurface-Desk, Saddle Oak Wood, 30D x 66W 4) Worksurface-Straight, Saddle Oak Wood, 24D x 96W 5) Shelf-Blade Accessory, Hutch Kit, Single, 14D x 95W x 3H 6) Hutch Kit-1 Support, Tackboard, Blade Accessory, 15D x 96W x 15H 7) Overhead-Double high, Combo right hand, 15D x 96W x 30H 8) Dash Mini-LED task light, freestanding base

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Team Project Studio V Fall 2017 44, 000 sq.ft.


Starkville

Concept Armstrong Middle School in Starkville, Mississippi was looking to improve their security, circulation paths, and classroom layout for the students, while maintaining the structure of class pods. The biggest concern was to introduce more natural lighting into the design.

Inspirational Photos

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Team Fourth year interior designers, architects, contractors, and graphic designer.

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Design Goals Create a space invoking a sense of community through the use of a mosaic design.

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Front Entrance Front OfďŹ ce Indoor/Outdoor Class Library/Computer Class MSU Classrooms Multipurpose Classrooms

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First Level Floor Plan

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Responsibilities Site Analysis Research Inspirational Images FF&E Selections Reflected Ceiling Plan Space Planning Rendered Floorplans Photoshop

Front entrace of the school features a grand staircase and a mosaic art piece that represents the school’s community. Site Plan

MSU Classrooms

Computer Labs

Restrooms

Restrooms

POD #2

Breakroom

POD #1 Library

Entrance

Janitor

Multipurpose

Flexible Classroom

Teacher Workroom

Stairs Up

Stair Sketch

Storage Teacher Restroom

Non-Traditional Learning

Administration Offices

POD #3 Janitor Storage

Nurse

Restrooms

Bubble Diagrams

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Multipurpose

Special Education Classroom

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Exterior Armstrong Middle School is considered a historical landmark. Designers decided to maintain the original, exterior brick material. To make an architectural statement, an oculus was used to define the entrance. Breezeways were added to the walkways to provide protection from the weather for the school community.

Armstrong Middle School Exterior

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Classroom Signage The new classroom signage is digital to enhance clarity and flexibility.

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Blue Pod Classrooms Green Pod Classrooms Yellow Pod Classrooms Teacher’s Lounge

Second Level Floor Plan


Blue Pod Library The second level has different pod classrooms with three distinct colors, providing clarity to trafďŹ c circulation and offers students proper wayďŹ nding. Each pod has a reading nook to emphasize the importance of learning.

Indoor/Outdoor Classroom This was added to provide students opportunites to interact with nature and exposure to natural lighting.

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L I A Y T R E TO RBBY S LI Team Project Integrated Lighting Spring 2017 10, 000 sq.ft.


Legend 1 2 3 4 Starkville

Main Lobby Dressing Rooms Men’s Section Check Out

Pure Edge Integrated Light Fixture

Concept Libby Story is a retail store located in Starkville, Mississippi. The owners wished to continue the bohemian theme while introducing integrated lighting into the design to help guide customers into the store. The new tree theme was used to create a curved design, that acts as wayfinding. Existing Libby Story Photos

Front Facade Designed to replace the Western Auto facade. Exterior light fixtures were also updated.

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Integrated Lighting Integrated light ďŹ xtures are from Pure Edge Lighting, allowing for light to be the leading factor into and around the store. Curvature of the lights is a repetition of the tree outline made from varying ooring materials.

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Lighting Model To convey the new integrated lighting design, a live lighting model was created. This model displays how customers would be led to the new dressing rooms in the back of the store.


Integrated Lighting Pure Edge Integrated Light Fixture illuminates a path to the back dressing rooms.

Libby Story Lighting Techlighting Chandeliers are located in the dressing room hallway.

Libby Story Dressing Rooms A goal of the Libby Story design was to create ten dressing rooms. Two rooms located on the ďŹ rst level were designed to be ADA compliant and highlighted with Pure Edge Corner Channel Connectors. The remaining eight rooms were added to a higher level within the building. Libby Story

Lighting Waclighting Invisi-LED Strips are used to illuminate the full length mirrors.

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L I A E H T E OC RISE-R R B Individual Project Studio III Fall 2016 7,000 sq.ft.


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Brise-roche is a 7,000 sq.ft. retail store in Quebec, Canada, inspired by a Canadian flower, known as the “Rock-Breaker”. The flower earned its name from its ability to grow in the harsh tundra environment, by breaking up ice and rocks. This elegant and powerful little flower is what drives the design of this retail space.

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Inspirational Photos

Exterior Elevation

First Level Plan


Reception Chandelier

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Men’s Lounge The Men’s Lounge is located on the second level of the retail store. Inside is a small bar where men come to relax. The atmosphere of the lounge exhibits the qualities and design of the rocks upon which the delicate flower grows.

Lounge Seating

Bar Stool

Pendant Lighting

Cork Flooring

Wall Paneling

Second Level Plan

Natural materials and neutral colors are used in the design of the lounge.


Women’s Section The first level is the women’s shopping area. Inspiration for this level was the little pink flower that is so rare, elegant, and powerful. The stairway is representative of the actual flower. In nature, the flower breaks through rocky soil to blossom. In this design, the staircase is a transitional space from the women’s section to the men’s section. The moods of each level reflect the different aspects of the flower’s environment.

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Reception Desk Front Elevation

Reception Desk Back Elevation

Custom Reception Desk & Ceiling Detail

Reception Desk Side Elevation

Reception Desk and Ceiling Detail


Ceiling Detail Callout

Reception Desk Detail Drawing

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Partition Detail Drawings


Door Opening Detail Drawings

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Furniture Design

Software Wood Shop Box

Rhino Keyshot

Bar Stool Inspiration Lounge Chair Inspiration


Barstool

Lounge Chair

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Lighting Design Lamp Design Inspiration for this oor lamp was the Japanese legend of 1000 paper cranes. The light is symbolic of the wish granted upon completion of the one-thousandth paper crane. The base is covered in varying patterns of origami paper and the lamp shade is adorned with origami paper cranes.

Lamp Sketch

Lamp Assembly


Top Elevation

Crane Lamp Shade

Side Elevation

Front Elevation Lamp Base

Floor Lamp

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Hand Renderings


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History 1 of Interiors Sketches

Ionic Order

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Quatrefoil

Corinthian Order

Rocaille Coat of Arms

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Design i & ii

Organic Paper Cut Design

Geometric Paper Cut Design


Combination Paper Cut Design

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Drawing 1


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Photography


2nd Place Two Dimensional Design 2017 ASID South Central Regional Student Design Competition

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Thank You!

CONTACT CONTACT jhmoore310@gmail.com 8839 Moanalua Way Diamondhead, MS 39525 601-297-5092 jessicamooredesigns.wixsite.com/myportfolio


Jessica Moore Interior Design Portfolio  

Hello, Please enjoy viewing my collection of projects assembled through internships and college experience at Mississippi State University...

Jessica Moore Interior Design Portfolio  

Hello, Please enjoy viewing my collection of projects assembled through internships and college experience at Mississippi State University...

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