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Mackenzie J o n e s Interior Design


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Assisted Living

Medical Office

Las Vegas Resort

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T A N G O

An elegant dialogue between movement and tension of two forms leads the next step in Las Vegas Hospitality. This hospitality project was set in Las Vegas, Nevada. We worked in a group of six students with 2 architects, 3 interior designers, and 1 landscape architect to tackle a very extensive program. To kick off the project, we visited the site (Adjacent to Trump Tower) and began an analysis of the best way to create a successful Hotel/Resort/ retail/casino space that would outshine its surrounding competitiors with its unique design. TANGO focused on catering to a very luxurious market, and in our designs we played with tension and movement architecturally to encompass the sensuality of the

tango dance. Due to the broad scale of the program, the designs are more conceptually focused and geared towards portraying the atmosphere we intended for

<Architectural Rendering By Connor Gatzke

TANGO


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SITE PROGRAMMING 1. Standard Rooms 2. Retail 3. Amenities 4. Nightclub 5. Spa 6. Back of House 7. Restaurant 8. Lobby/admin. 9. Main Parking 10. Restaurant

11. Casino 12. Convention 13. Conv./Theatre Parking 14. Back of house 15. Amenities 16. Private manors 17. vip spa 18. boutique rooms 19. Lobby/admin.

SITE PLAN DESIGNED AS A TEAM, MODEL DEVELOPED BY CONNOR GATZKE


SITE CIRCULATION

Site Circulation

main drop off Main Drop Off V.I.p. Valet Drop Off V.I.P. Valet Drop Off Convention drop Drop off Off Convention private manor driveDrive Private Manor primary vertical circulation Primary Vertical Circulation Delivery Circulation delivery circulation Tower Entries tower entries Direction of Traffic direction of traffic Access Gate access gate

SITE CIRCULATION DESIGNED AND DEVELOPED BY CONNOR GATZKE AND TYLER KOVANDA


MAIN TOWER LOBBY

BACK OF HOUSE SPORTS BETTING

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CAGE / BACK OF HOUSE

CASINO BACK OF HOUSE

Between the three interior HIGH LIMIT SLOTS designers, we divided up the VIP ENTRANCE various large spaces. While my partners were in charge of designing the MULTIPLE suites, the spa, the lobbies, BACCARAT and restaurants, I MEDITERRANEAN took on the task of designing the casino, two restaurants, and B.O.H. the nightclub. The entire B.O.H. casino is about a 90,000 SF space with the main gaming floor being CAFE about 40,000 SF. The casino has LATIN entrances off the main tower lobby, the VIP tower lobby, the theatre, and back of house entrances (we were not to design the back of house spaces due to the lack of time). The casino includes a main gaming floor, LATIN a round centralized bar, a baccarat room, high limit slots B.O.H. room, sports betting area, a Latin restaurant, a Mediterranean restaurant (designed by Brianna Burrell), a Cafe (designed by Brianna Burrell), the Cage, and two public restrooms. THE RENDERING THAT I DID TO THE RIGHT REPRESENTS THE ROUND BAR IN THE CENTER OF THE GAMING FLOOR. IT IS MEANT TO BE VERY DRAMATIC WITH THE HGIH CELINGS, AND ELEGANT LIGHTING.

BACK OF HOUSE

ADMIN.

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the casino

CASINO

CASINO PLAN


MAIN TOWER SAMPLE FLOOR ROOM DESIGN BY CASSANDRA RUHD

LURE B B.O.H.

RETAIL

BOUTIQUE TOWER SAMPLE FLOOR ROOM DESIGN BY BRIANNA BURRELL TIERED POOL DESIGN BY TYLER KOVANDA

RETAIL

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MAIN LOBBY BY CONNOR GATZKE

STANDARD TOWER BEDROOM BY CASSANDRA RUHD

RETAIL ATRIUM DESCENT TO LURE

BACK OF HOUSE SPORTS BETTING

BOUTIQUE LOBBY BY CONNOR GATZKE

CAGE / BACK OF HOUSE

CASINO BACK OF HOUSE HIGH LIMIT SLOTS

BACCARAT

B.O.H. B.O.H.

CAFE

BOUTIQE TOWER BEDROOM BY BRIANNA BURRELL

CASINO

MAIN TOWER LOBBY


FACA DOURADA B.O.H. HIGH STAKES

ADMIN. LUG.

LEVEL 3

BOUTIQUE TOWER LEVEL 3 FEATURING A RESTAURANT, LOBBY, AND PRIVATE HIGH STAKES CASINO. (CONNOR GATZKE)

LEVEL 3

HIGH-END RETAIL

MEIWEI B.O.H.

HIGH-END RETAIL

BACK OF HOUSE

BOUTIQUE TOWER LEVEL 1 FEATURING A RETAIL SPACES, BACK OF HOUSE (CONNOR GATZKE) AND MEIWEI RESTAURANT (MYSELF)

HIGH-END RETAIL

HIGH-END RETAIL

HIGH-END RETAIL

MEIWEI B.O.H.

HIGH-END RETAIL

HIGH-END RETAIL

LEVEL 1 HIGH-END RETAIL

BACK OF HOUSE

The Chinese Restaurant is one of two high end restaurants in the Boutique tower. It is situated LEVEL 1 among the retail spaces providing a place for shoppers to stop and eat. The restaurant is relatively small and intimate with a variety of seating for different size groups. The addition of the curvilnear ceiling design and other elements tie back to the overall theme of TANGO while also giving off a chinese vibe with the design and the colors.

chinese

HIGH STAKES LUG.

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FACA DOURADA B.O.H. ADMIN.


peruvian restaurant

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BACK OF HOUSE

Restaurants in Las Vegas need to set themselves apart, so we decided to push the boundaries a bit on this one. Franco Noriega, also known as the “Nearly Naked Chef,” is known for doing cooking shows shirtless, so we wanted a restaurant that would feature him. Bare, has very “bare” materials using concrete, metal, and very neutral colors.The restaurant has an elevated floor so the maximum amount of people can watch the show.


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B.O.H.

LEVEL 45 | NIGHTCLUB LEVEL 48 | SPA

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LEVEL 46 | V.I.P. NIGHTCLUB LEVEL 6 | GUEST FLOOR

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VIP Mezzanine

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B.O.H. LURE B.O.H.


MYSTERE (FRENCH RESTAURANT) BY CASSANDRA RUHD

IGNIS (LATIN RESTAURANT) BY BRIANNA BURRELL

LURE (UNDERWATER RESTAURANT) BY CASSANDRA RUHD

EROS (MEDITERRANEAN RESTAURANT) BY BRIANNA BURRELL

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T A N G O An elegant dialogue between movement and tension of two forms leads the next step in Las Vegas Hospitality.

< MORE RESTAURANT RENDERINGS, DONE BY MY TEAMMATES


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Steelcase Medical Office

The goal of this project was to create a medical office for an up and coming business called Next located in Seattle, WA. Medical and corporate worlds are constantly changing and advancing as technology flourishes. A Flexible future is designed to create a space that can be ready for any upcoming shifts in design by incorporating a vast majority of movable partitions and furniture, cohesive circulation, and the most up to date technology. Additionally, it takes inspiration from naturally flexible shapes and forms allowing the space to intertwine some of the fluidity in design elements such as the ceiling, lighting, or even flooring. The design will use furniture that can be arranged in multiple ways as well as space organizations that can be easily re-purposed if need be. The combination of clean, fluid spaces will pair well with the step to move towards open office spaces and advanced medical environments. Additionally, flexibility can be noted in creating a variety of options for the users of the space, no matter the activity.


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Research

on

flexible

design

THERE IS A RANGE OF SPACES THAT SUPPORT FOCUSED WORK, COLLABORATION, LEARNING, SOCIALIZING AND REJUVENATION. FOR EXAMPLE, IF EMPLOYEES HAVE A TASK THAT REQUIRES DEEP FOCUS AND CONCENTRATION, THEY CAN PERFORM BETTER COGNITIVELY IF THE SPACE SUPPORTS THAT MODE OF WORK. ROUTINE TASKS DON’T CREATE THE SAME COGNITIVE LOAD AND CAN BE DONE IN AREAS WHERE THERE IS MORE STIMULATION AND INTERACTION. PEOPLE ARE ALSO FREE TO CHOOSE THE KIND OF SPACE IN WHICH THEY WANT TO WORK BASED ON THEIR EMOTIONAL FRAME OF MIND.” HTTPS://WWW.STEELCASE.COM/RESEARCH/ARTICLES/TOPICS/TECHNOLOGY/SPACE-ODYSSEY/ “STANDARDIZED, MULTIUSE ROOMS. MANY NEW HEALTH CARE FACILITIES ARE DESIGNED WITH STANDARDIZED ROOMS THAT CAN BE USED FOR MULTIPLE PURPOSES AS THE NEED ARISES. FOR EXAM-PLE, IF THE INFRASTRUCTURE IS IN PLACE, A REGULAR PATIENT ROOM COULD BE UPGRADED TO AN INTENSIVE CARE SPACE LATER OR, CONVERSELY, DOWNGRADED TO OFFICE OR STORAGE SPACE.” “DESIGNING SOFT SPACES NEXT TO AREAS THAT WILL EXPAND ENABLES FUTURE GROWTH WHILE MAINTAINING CRITICAL ADJACENCIES,” POINDEXTER SAYS. HTTP://WWW.HFMMAGAZINE.COM/ARTICLES/1471-THE-IMPORTANCE-OF-FLEXIBLE-HEALTH-CARE-DESIGN “FLEXIBLE BUILDINGS EASILY CHANGE TO MEET IMME DIATE, SHORT-TERM NEEDS SUCH AS TRANSFORMING CONSULTATION ROOMS INTO GROUP EDUCATION SPACE BY MOVING DEMOUNT-ABLE INTERNAL WALLS. FLEXIBILITY IN EXISTING CLINIC BUILDINGS GROUPS LIKE EXPERIENCES AND ACTIVITIES TOGETHER, WITH UNIVERSAL SPACES DESIGNED TO FLEX ACCORDING TO NEEDS.” HTTPS://WWW.HEALTHCAREDESIGNMAGAZINE.COM/TRENDS/PERSPECTIVES/PLANNING-CLINICS-FLEXIBILITY-AND-ADAPTABILI-TY/


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Given the exterior walls and doors along the corridor, we were to design the interior of a medical office based off of a program that included exam rooms, acupuncture, massage rooms, reception, education zones, conference rooms, an office space, work cafe, washrooms, laundry, storage, etc. I thought it best to keep massage and acupuncture together and close to the LIGHTING laundry. They exam rooms are all able to access daylight (the ones LEGEND along the corridor have clere story windows to the central atrium which has a skylight). The education zone partition is movable so that it could be transformed into one large eduation zone. All of the exam room partitions are also steelcase movable wells in preparation for a flexible future. Flexible furniture is used as much as possible to be ready for transition. DOWNLIGHT RECESSED SQUARE BOX

SUSPENDED LINEAR

DECORATIVE PENDANT

Rendered Floor Plan

CIRCULAR CEILING CLOUD

CEILING CLOUD

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LIGHTING LEGEND DOWNLIGHT RECESSED SQUARE BOX

SUSPENDED LINEAR

LIGHTING LEGEND DECORATIVE DOWNLIGHT RECESSED PENDANT SQUARE BOX CIRCULAR CEILING CLOUD SUSPENDED LINEAR CEILING CLOUD

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DECORATIVE PENDANT CIRCULAR CEILING CLOUD

Reflected Ceiling Plan CEILING CLOUD

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Open Office T his space was designed for medical professionals and members of the staff to work , but still have

convenient access to the patients as well as privacy .

Enlarged Open Office Plan

Open Office Divider Elevation


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Work Cafe A work

cafe (very common

in steelcase designs), is a

space similar to a cafeteria.

Enlarged Work Cafe Plan

However,

it should incorporate a wide range of seating and technology to allow for

a variety of opportunities for work or social gatherings, even having the potential for meetings.

With such a wide range of space, it allows for the cafe to be turned into an almost town hall for larger meetings. It also has a cooking demonstration area tha can be used for healthy lifestyle choices demonstrations for about 10-12 people.


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RECEPTION

END

The Reception

needed to accomodate space for

patients to wait as well as a zone for children.

Using

the

Steelcase Regard Furniture

allowed

for privacy within the reception while the hosu

RECESSED

seating for the children was next to a wall that could be written on and interacted with.

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The

receptionist was given ample space with room for two screens, a printer and a privacy screen.

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Patient Room

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Enlarged Exam Room


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education zones

There

are two education zones adjacent to

each other, one is meant specifically for staff and one for the patients. Education Zones are spaces designated for learning seminars and

helpful information. If need be, the partition between the two could be moved and the space could be enlarged for one large education zone.

Enlarged Education Zone Plans


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Panama

Assisted Living

The Panama Assisted Living Project

was a partner project.

I

was assigned to designing the

community part of the assisted living space, while my partner handled the living headquarters.


Concept Statement

Our assisted living environment is designed to cater to the special requirements of citizens needing assisted living while still providing them a comfortable and appealing place to live. La Isla Tranquila is meant to promote social interaction as well as interaction with the outdoors. To create this positive energy, large windows will be in the public areas to allow lots of natural light and bright lights will be used in each room, especially in the gathering spaces, to ensure safety but also the mental and physical health benefi ts. As for the aesthetics, geometric shapes, a blend of natural materials and bright tropicalesque colors will energize the residents. The site plan and fl oor plans opening up to many courtyards which will allow the native tropical surrounding area both in the interiors and exteriors but most importantly, social interaction.


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Staff Breakroom

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Lobby/ Reception

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Back of House Mechanical

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Fitness Room

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Private Office

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Pool Room 114

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Cafe

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Sunroom

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Level 1 Furniture Plan 1 : 75

Date: 4/28/17

Community floor plan

Drawn by Mack

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2.77 Outdoor Awning

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Panama Pacifico Assisted

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CEILING LEGEND Downlight Can

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Linear Ceiling

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Bubble Pendant Pyramid Pendant Tube Pendant Sail Pendant

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"Big O" Chandelier

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Alhambra Pendant Exit Sign

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Ceiling Height 12'' x 12'' Return Register 12'' x 12'' Supply Register

MATERIALS LEGEND

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Gypsum Board

Ash Wood Plank

Grey Brown Wood Beam

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Glass

Date: 4/28/17

Reflected ceiling plan

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Floorplan Finish Legend

Staff Breakroom

Fitness Room

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Mechanical

Private Office

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Lobby/ Reception

Armstrong Luxury Vinyl Tile- Plank Color: U3051 Onyx Goncalo Aves

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Armstrong Luxury Vinyl Tile- Plank Color: J6124 Huntington Pier

Pool Room

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Restroom

data plans, specific

Restroom

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Signature Sports Flooring RubberDeck Super Tile Color: 95% Ash (2’ x 2’ x 1” – 2 layer)

Daltile Stepwise 1x1 Hexagonal Mosaic Tile Color: UP23 Carrara - Elevation 1 - a

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Mohawk Antiqued Comfort Flooring Color: Regatta

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Storage

Billiards

Laundry/ Utility

Salon

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Kingdom Products Olde World Stained Concrete Color: Bluestone

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Daltile Hectagonal Mosaic Tile Color: Matte Black

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Floor Finish Plan

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Metal Shelf Connectors

Shelf Grooves for Connectors

Built in Shelf Detail Drawings

Made of Laminate Wood Date: 4/28/17

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3-D Perspective

Drawn by Mackenzie Jones

Checked by

A313 Scale

Sample Construction Document Sheet (Not to Scale)


reception perspective


RC a f e p e r s p e c t i v e


billiards perspective


RS a l o n p e r s p e c t i v e


Gathering room Perspective


Panama

Assisted Living


thank you

Mackenzie Jones  

Interior Design Portfolio

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