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JT J o y ly n

Troyer

Interior Design

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INDEX This portfolio is a sampling of my professional experience and undergraduate projects from

UNC

Greensboro. The projects demonstrate experience in space planning, interior design, interior architecture, wayfinding, and creative fine art.


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Retail Design

Boutique

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High -End Multifamily Neighborhood Wayfinding Restaurant and Brewery Design Residential Design Tiny House Fine Art

Multifamily

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Custom Hive Reception Desk and Honey Drip Lights


Retail Design:

Bee Safe Self Storage and Wine Cellar Designers Joylyn Troyer

Project Type

Environmental branding retail design Location

Prototype for multiple locations across NC, SC, TN and TX My Role

Construction documents Branding Elements Retail Casework and Desk Design Graphics and Interior Wayfinding Signs Date Completed

Fall 2017

The state-of-the-art Bee Safe Storage and Wine Cellar headquartered in Greensboro, North Carolina is a uniquely branded Self-Storage facility. Using the graphic bee as an inspiration to the design, a custom Hive desk with hand blown honey drip light fixtures are the focal point of the room. The playful bee trailing his way across the retail space and the floor and walls lead customers around the room to the supplies available for purchase. The most rewarding aspect of this project was working with talented craftsmen, artists, and graphic designers who took my conceptual design ideas for the unusual semicircle hive desk and lights and made it reality.

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Retail Elevations


Materials Board Memorial Building

Materials Board Maintenance Building

Memorial Building Rendering n Photoshop


Exterior Finish Color Selection - Rendering


B o u t i q uE M u lt i fa M i ly : Carroll @ Bellemeade

Lead Interior Designer Joylyn Troyer

Project Type

High End Multi-family Location

Downtown Greensboro, NC My Role

FF&E ID and shop drawings Budgets and Purchasing Installation Date Completed

Summer 2018

Carroll at Bellemeade is luxury apartment living for the urban naturalist. The interiors reflect the tension and harmony of the built environment and nature. High end modern finishes, transitional furniture, and design elements nod at surrounding terrestrial and aquatic biomes. In addition to the unique interiors, Carroll at Bellemeade offers a roof top pool overlooking the ballpark, a wine lounge, luxury theater, and cutting edge technological amenities. As lead interior designer, I reworked the plans for the leasing and clubhouse spaces, completed ID drawings for all three buildings in the community, and finalized all FF&E selections. This project is expected to open in the Summer of 2018.

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Leasing Office and Clubhouse Layout - ID Sheets created in AutoCAD


Public Space Interior Revit Rendering and finishes mood board

Furniture and Material presentations


Luxerious Clubhouse co-designed in collaboration with Ronda Ayscue


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i g h - E n d Multifamily:

Apartment Clubhouse and Models Designers

Joylyn Troyer Ronda Ayscue

Project Type

Multifamily Location

Completed projects in Raleigh, Asheville, and Cary, NC; Nashville, and Murfreesboro, TN My Role

FF&E Budgets and Purchasing Installation Date Completed

Ongoing

During the course of my time with the Carroll Companies, I have designed and set up five clubhouses and fifteen models in subsequent properties. The art of Multifamily design is marketing a lifestyle for future residents. With properties being built across the South, each clubhouse and model interior finish and furniture selections are tailored to the regional market. Co-designed with my collegue Ronda Ayscue, our prototypical clubhouse design saw the introduction of more technological integration, high-end amenities, and luxerious furnishings.

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Luxury Clubhouse - lounge, fitness and theater co-designed with Ronda Ayscue


Model Apartment interiors - Industrial Eclectic

Model Apartment Interiors - French Cottage


Rendered Entrance in Context


N e i g hb o rh o o d Wayfinding: Historic Glenwood

Designer

Joylyn Troyer

This wayfinding and walkability study was a hypothetical proposition to the neighborhood of Glenwood next to UNC Greensboro. Inspired by the craftsman column, the entrance sign, street signs, and bus shelters provide a visual continuity within Glenwood Neighborhood in Greensboro, North Carolina. The craftsman column motif promotes local identity, while enhancing pedestrian exploration and locate points of interest. It is composed of cedar and iron, which were two materials that historically were produced at nearby factories and mills. The street corner signs are meant to highlight areas of interest like parks and local business districts. While the bus stops would be placed at major connectors to provide shelter and valuable information to commuters with maps, points of interest, and bus routes.

Project Type

Way finding and Signage Location

Glenwood Neighborhood Greensboro, NC My Role

Conceptual design Mapping and way finding studies Modeling in Sketchup Hand Rendering Sketch model construction

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preservationists, community activists, and the residents of this diverse historic od residents and planners published a In 2011, Glenwood on of thecommunity. neighborhood, and one of the residents and planners published a about as thewell revitalization need for document a local presence as a need of the neighborhood, and one of the plans that was proposed was the need for a local presence as well as a need cyclist infrastructure in order to help bring forThe an improved pedestrian and Glenwood. designs laid out here arecyclist infrastructure in order to help bring another renaissance forbus Glenwood. The designs laid out here are ce signs, upon intersection way finding, and proposals fornavigating Glenwood Entrance signs, intersection way finding, and bus safe and comfortable Glenwood shelters to help pedestrians feel safe and comfortable navigating Glenwood s and major entrances to the Glenwood and to identify the boundaries and major entrances to the Glenwood neighborhood.

VIEW OF BUS SHELTER

INDUSTRIAL GRADE RECYCLED IRON PLEXIGLASS SHATTER PROOF

Grove

INDUSTRIAL GRADE SHATTER PROOF PLEXIGLASS

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Grove

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Entrance Side

Sidewalk Entrances

Bus Stop Benches and Information

Entrance Side

Bus Stop Benches and Information

Grove Street

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Grove Street

MATERIALS

VIEW OF BUS SHELTER

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GLENWOOD

trances

MATERIALS

mn, the entrance sign, street signs, and bus by the ity within Inspired Glenwood. The craftsman craftsman column, column the entrance sign, street signs, and bus VIEW OF BUS SHELTER AND STREET CORNER SIGNAGE shelters provide visual continuity tive space and the worda Glenwood runs within Glenwood. The craftsman column VIEW OF BUS SHELTER AND STREET CORNER SIGNAGE can seen through negative space and the word Glenwood runs of the sign. Thebe craftsman columnthe is already perpendicularly to the stickers, left side of eatured on Glenwood bumper onthe sign. The craftsman column is already a symbol of Glenwood and is featured on Glenwood bumper stickers, on ocumentation including their neighborhood website, in printed including their neighborhood craftsmantheir column motifand could becomedocumentation the plan. As a scalable icon – the craftsman column motif could become the n initiatives throughout the neighborhood. for are additional design d of cedarframework and iron and proposed to be initiatives throughout the neighborhood. The entrance signs are composed ong Glenwoodʼs boundaries. The materialsof cedar and iron and are proposed to be placed at the major entrances ge at Glenwoodʼs past with the lumber along mill Glenwoodʼs boundaries. The materials chosenontoLee make up the nudge at Glenwoodʼs past with the lumber mill many foundries Street thatsign employed on Coliseum Boulevard and the many foundries on Lee Street that employed Glenwood residents in the past. t as a gateway for pedestrians over the The two pieces of the sign act cyclists and motorists. The main objective foras a gateway for pedestrians over the and are landmarks forthe cyclists and motorists. The main objective for al identitysidewalk to Glenwood and to promote signsbicycling, is to introduce a formal d and tothese promote walking, and identity to Glenwood and to promote the NATURAL UNFINISHED RECYCLED IRON the neighborhood walking, and ood. The exploration street cornerof signs are meant to and to promote bicycling, NATURAL UNFINISHED transportation in While Glenwood. are PLANKS meant to arks and public local business districts. the The street corner signsCEDAR CEDAR PLANKS highlighttoareas of interest like parks and local business districts. While the ajor connectors provide bus passengers able information towould commuters with at maps, bus stops be placed major connectors to provide bus passengers tes. These bus shelters are also shelter while waiting andscalable valuable information to commuters with maps, hood andpoints could of become a part UNCGʼs interest, andofbus routes. These bus shelters are also scalable beyond the Glenwood neighborhood and could become a part of UNCGʼs visual fabric.

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Entrance and major intersection signage

Mapping of major destinations, bus stops, and walkable radiuses


Bar and Dining Rendering Revit


Restaurant B r e w e

and r y :

Deluge Brewing Co.

Designer Joylyn Troyer

Project Type

Restaurant and Brewery Design Location

Revolution Mills: Greensboro, NC My Role

Revit Modeling Construction documentation Finishes and furnishings Graphic Design Bar Design Date Completed

Fall 2014 - UNCG I.ARC

Deluge Brewing Company was a hypothetical Brewery and restaurant designed to inspire potential investors into the historic Revolution Mills complex in Greensboro, NC. The proposed design of Deluge Brewing Company was inspired by the proximity to the flood plain of nearby Buffalo Creek and the impending 100 year flood. The image of a rectilinear building mass surrounded by fluid moving water inspired the conceptual idea of the dance between masculine and feminine line and style. The furniture and fixtures are informed by the colors, lines and textures of the Art Nouveau and Art Deco styles. Contrasting the distinctive industrial shell of the building, the interior boasts of lush and glitzy materials that transform the space into a posh early 20th century speakeasy.

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4 A102

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OFFICE

DELIVERY

TRASH

SERVICE STATION

A102

SCULLERY

DRY STOR.

TRASH

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KITCHEN

SCULLERY

DISH DROP

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VEG. PREP KITCHEN

FOOD PICK-UP

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OFFICE

SERVICE STATION

DISH DROP

COLD LINE

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VEG. PREP

U.C. RFG

U.C. RFG

FOOD PICK-UP

DRY STOR. WALK-IN FZ/RFG

HOT LINE

COLD LINE

UP

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PREP SINKS

U.C. RFG

WALK-IN FZ/RFG ELEC. MILL RM.

UP

BREW KETTLE

MASH TANK

FERMENTORS

STEAM

MILL RM.

BREW KETTLE

MASH TANK

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COLD RM. 3

BREWERY

HOST STATION

BACK BAR

FERMENTORS

RFG

BACK BAR

PREP SINKS

ELEC.

RFG

U.C. RFG

HOT LINE STEAM

HOST STATION

BRITE TANKS

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A102

COLD RM.

KEG WASH

KEG FILLER

YEAST PROP.

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BREWERY

BRITE TANKS

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KEG WASH

KEG FILLER

YEAST PROP.

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OFFICE

OFFICE

Restaurant Section and Plan

WOMENS WC

WOMENS WC

MENS WC

MENS WC

SERVICE STATION

STORAGE & DELIVERIES

SERVICE STATION

STORAGE & DELIVERIES

DINING

DINING


Interior Renderings of Dining and Lounge Spaces

Exterior Rendering


Exterior Rendering


Project Type

Residential Design: Tiny House

Sustainable tiny house design from concept to construction Location

Living Well Co-housing Community Franklinville, NC Designer

Joylyn Troyer

My Role

House Design Revit Modeling Furniture and Finish selection Rendering and Graphics Date Completed

Spring 2014 - UNCG I.ARC

The porous tiny house was a residential design project that explores sustainable construction methods for people with alternative lifestyles . At 500 square feet, the design of the home promotes synergy between the interior and exterior environments with the exchange of natural conditions and human interaction. The house is designed around an equilateral triangular grid and uses pattern language to scaffold positive spaces throughout the home. The longest wall oriented south-east to catch prevailing breezes and sunlight for passive heating and cooling. Using the equilateral grid as a motif, furniture and finishes were chosen that complimented or embodied the essence of porosity in its form and function within the house.

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S Site plan and finished floor plan

Average Temperature 59 degrees Average Humidity 75% (Especially high in summer months) Average Wind speed 17 MPH


Great room Rendering

Kitchen Interior Elevation

Bathroom Interior Elevation

Bedroom Interior Elevation

Bedroom office Rendering


Aquatint Etching “Women in Hats” - 6” x 7”


Fine Art : 2007-present Artist

Joylyn Troyer

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Paper and Wood Sculpture “Interlude”

Charcoal Drawing “Gloves” - 12” x 18”


Hard Ground Etching “Detroit” - 5.5” x 6”

Acrylic Painting “Still Life I” - 14”x18”


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Joylyn Troyer's Portfolio  

This portfolio reflects the diversity of projects that I have worked over the past few years as a professional interior designer.

Joylyn Troyer's Portfolio  

This portfolio reflects the diversity of projects that I have worked over the past few years as a professional interior designer.

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