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the designer Design is a neverending process that is continually being influenced by new world experiences. Innovative processes are continually changing, challenging preceding design techniques and giving designers neverending resources to form new designs.

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andaz miesian

new patient tower

career resource center

queen’s arms pub

foundation work

artwork


andaz miesian


bistro

sonata piano bar

lobby

farmer’s bistro


andaz miesian hospitality design

IBM Building Hotel addition, Chicago, IL Individual Component 8 week project (4 weeks group, 4 weeks individual), Spring, 2013 REVIT. Photoshop.

lobby from elevators


lobby

farmer’s bistro

lobby view towards sonata


andaz miesian hospitality design

sonata piano bar

bar threshold process sketch

sonata entry elevation

This project resided in the Chicago IBM Building, built by Architect Mies van der Rohe. I decided to celebrate the Miesian design aesthetic and include Mies’ Eastern influence of Japanese design in my hotel design. The Hyatt’s Boutique hotel ANdAZ was chosen for the location because Chicago is a city full of culture and Andaz is prideful in celebrating city culture. Included is the hotel lobby space, the farmer’s bistro, and the Barcelona Suite, all having aspects of Miesian design as well as the culture of Chicago.


entry

dining area

full section from exterior windows

floorplan


andaz miesian hospitality design

master bed & bath


new patient tower


Morton Plant Hospital New Patient Tower, Clearwater, FL Group members: Britney Barnaby, Annika Fast, Gloria Hernando, Thao Ho, Nicole Lazar 8 week project, Fall 2012 REVIT. AutoCAD. Photoshop.

1st level floorplan


new patient tower healthcare design

1st level entry experience support. [framework] engage. [interlock] regenerate. [project]

entry lobby

entry lobby and auditorium facade

local art display


cafe


new patient tower healthcare design

1st level main public area

front waiting area

cafe/ waiting

The new patient tower brings an energizing, comforting addition to the Morton Plant hospital. Connective tissue was our driving concept that shaped the space and inspired our material palette.


4th level public experience

family zone

4th level floorplan

corridor


new patient tower healthcare design

nurse station

nurse station and waiting


4th level private zones

patient room floorplan

Warm wood with tonal color was placed in private areas to make the users feel close to home. The wallpaper and art with horizontal stripes suggests a horizon, giving the space a feeling of serenity.

employee relax space

patient room


new patient tower healthcare design

patient room


career resource center


University of Florida Career Resource Center, Gainesville, FL Group members: Lauren Barmann, Genesis Martinez 8 week project, Fall 2011 AutoCAD. hand rendering. Photoshop.

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floor plan

UF Career Resource Center

The floorplan was focused on a central datum, showing direction and legibility through the space.The datum runs from the front lobby of the space straight through to what we refer to as the “crossroad”. This architectural move relates to our concept of a student’s journey towards a professional career. The logo was inspired by the idea of a crossroad to show direction with shifting paths, taking one through their journey.


career resource center institutional design

“Guiding you through your journey"�

lobby

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transverse section


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axis section

The Career Resource Center’s design is meant to facilitate students in exploring their career options, pointing both students and employers in the right direction which results in the creation of beneficial connections on both ends. The idea of a journey comes to mind when analyzing the path of a student through college towards their ultimate goal of a successful career.

community wait area/ crossroad


career resource center institutional design

classroom


queen’s arms pub


Unity

Movement

Create an order of elements to constitute a harmonious whole.

Form an order of elements to constitute a harmonious whole.

Provide engagement opportunities by combining diverse characters into one place.

Concept Statement

bar area

section

To design a bistro and a pub with British and International styles in mind. The sensitive combination of old and new emphasizes the dynamic glamour and individuality while maintaining a home away from home comfort. To incorporating vibrant musical elements into design in order to make an active and pleasant environment to stay.

Located in a new-urbanist community, the movement of creating traditional neighborhood structure at Haile Village emphasizes walkable distance, and the quality of life there. The design idea for the Bistro and Queens Arms Pub was to take the commu-

Use design elements to create the feeling of action and guide the users throughout the space.

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LOGO and Branding

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Relax. Listen. movement Enjoy.

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Queens Arms Pub, Haile Plantation, FL Individual Component 4 week project, Fall 2011 hand drafting & rendering

harmony rhythm

Pre-Design Research “I go to the pub because it is convenient, not because I particularly like the look of it.”

“I ea stay com


queen’s arms pub hospitality design

The Queen’s Arms Pub project explored the Haile Bistro and Queens Arms Pub as a connected restaurant and pub within one building. Music became my driving concept when designing the pub; the atmosphere was shaped using repetitive elements, mimicing rhythm in music. Since the owners wanted to keep a traditional British theme in the Pub, I used British-inspired materials, while maintaining the concept by use of architectural elements to achieve the end goal.

lounge area

bar elevation

floor plan


foundation work


Shadow box 4 week project, Spring 2010

Art Exhibit Design 4 week project, Spring 2011

This project started with the exploration of a city plan. Overlapping the maps resulted in dynamic shadow conditions that inspired these exploration drawings.


foundation work

Door, Window, Stair 8 week project, Fall 2010

Exploratory study of a Bb Trumpet 2 week project, Spring 2010

The goal of this project was to analyze the trumpet to understand the design function. I researched the tube lengths and studied how the combinations of fingerings produce whole and half steps, making the instrument user-friendly to those eager to learn.


artwork


artwork


“Design is an opportunity to continue telling the story, not just to sum everything up.� -Tate Linden


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