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KAITLIN KELLY interior design


KAITLIn KELLY interior design

education: university of kentucky 2018 college of design school of interiors

CIDA accredited

lexington, ky bachelor of fine arts

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current employer

past work experience

Mancini Duffy

Hirsch Bedner Associates

New York, NY June 2018-September 2018 Design Intern

San Francisco, CA May 2017- August 2017 Interior Design Intern

Developed floor plans, reflected ceiling plans, furniture plans, and power and communication plans in Revit and AutoCAD for various KPMG projects Attended and created all KPMG client presentations Organized finish schedules and furniture specifications Created KPMG construction document sets using Revit

Team member of the Pebble Beach Company Hotels Specifications Custom furniture

Amy Lau Design

New York, NY May 2016- August 2016 Interior Design Intern Processed samples coming from vendors and going to clients Designed concept boards Hand-sketches

Jenny Wolf Interiors

New York, NY June 2016- August 2016 Interior Design Intern

Created and developed floor plans and elevations Processed samples coming from vendors

Todd Klein Inc.

New York, NY June 2016- August 2016 Interior Design Intern Fixed floor plans in AutoCAD Worked with different reps Helped pick out fabrics and furniture for various projects


contact

kaitlinkellydesign@gmail.com 508 E 12th St. New York, NY 502.851.5515

qualifications computer skills design skills AutoCAD Photoshop Hand Rendering Branding Revit Excel Space Planning Detail Oriented 3Ds Max Microsoft Word Organization Presentations InDesign Illustrator Programming Problem Solving

activities

honors

Kappa Delta Sorority

National Competitive Saddleseat Horseback Riding

University of Kentucky August 2013- May 2016 Member

Louisville, KY 2007- Present 2-Time National and World Champion

Attended and participated in weekly events and community service

Interior Design Student Association

2013 UPHA Pleasure Challenge Cup Reserve National Champion 2013 Reserve World’s Champion 2014 UPHA Adult Challenge Cup National Champion

University of Kentucky August 2014- Present Active Member

Participated in design related field trips such as Tile Stores, Interiors Firms and Fabric Stores

Saddleseat Team

University of Kentucky August 2013- May 2015

Participated/traveled to monthly horse shows

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ECOTEL

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indoor bar At the Ecotel bar you can be served cocktails, beer and wine here. Outside is another full service bar with breathtaking views of downtown

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key words sustainable eco-friendly green local efficient

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floor plans

PENTHOUSE – FLOOR 10 Core & Shell

The hospitality industry can not only benefit financially through increasing their efficiency, but they can also Core & Shell gain recognition, impress employees and customer, and help the overall future of our environment.

PENTHOUSE – FLOOR 10

22ND STREET

22ND STREET

DN 23R

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1st floor

UP 24R DN 23R

lobby

THE HIGH LINE UP 24R DN 23R

10th floor

21ST STREET

hotel rooms

11th floor restaurant

21ST STREET

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key plan

rooftop bar 14

rendering


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check-in desk rendering

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2 healthcare steelcase next competition

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inspiration color wheel

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n xt full spectrum of healing

Gaining inspiration from the colorful and diverse landscapes of the Pacific Northwest, NEXT, Seattle, offers a strong sensory experience to explore the full spectrum of health. Color therapy has been proven to positively effect energy and frequencies within our bodies. This is revelant as there is a growing need for a healing environment that offers positive distractions. these positive distractions will lead to positive stimulation. patients will continue to feel this stimulation throughout their entire journey here. they will leave feeling refreshed and educated about how to be their happiest and healthiest self. through this use of color theory, the patients will have an interactive experience not only with color, but with integrated state of the art technology, such as the Everbright wall. this interactive light wall was inspired by the favorite toy from the 80's, the Lite-brite.

reception rendering

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floor plan

Shared Office 1 140

Education/ Lifestyle Zone

Education/ Lifestyle Zone

Laundry Room 1 315

Consult Room 1 105

Exam Room 1 108

Exam Room 2 108

Exam Room 3 108

Exam Room 4 108

Medical Supply 1 77

Mother’s Room 1 61

Consult Room 2 105

Washroom 1 100

Resource Center 1 275

Exam Room 5 108

Open Office Exam Room 6 108

Exam Room 7 108

Exam Room 8 108

Exam Room 9 108

Exam Room 10 108

 Massage Room 1 165

Massage Room 2 165

Acupuncture Room 1 135

Reception

Quiet Room 38

Shared Office 2 154

Quiet Room 38

Workcafe

Education/Lifestyle Zone

key Education/ Lifestyle Zone Workcafe Open Office Exam Room reception lite-brite

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 Large Conference Room 1 500

Medium Conference Room 1 270

ADA Washroom 1 135


a modern lite-brite COLLABORATION users will work together to create art on this interactive wall

CREATIVITY light, color, and technology work together to create this stimulation through the use of creativity

STIMULATION with the use of color, patients will immediately feel more stimulated once they walk in the door

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axonometric the exam, consult, massage, phone and accupuncture rooms are organized into 3 color-coded pods to allow for easy wayfinding and assigned sections for each nurse

key Nurses Pod 1 Nurses Pod 2 Nurses Pod 3

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exam room rendering


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"When everyone is present in a way that allows for shared control, collaboration can occur more 23 naturally.�


rcp

10 ft. height open office

workcafe

key Recessed Downlight 8” Hightower Bulb Fiction Halo Pendant Downlight- Wall Washer 6” Hightower Aeon Rocket

Level 2 10' - 0"

Level 1 0' - 0"

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Key Zones: social zone specialty zone nomadic zone meeting zone resource zone

key plan

CONNECTIVITY

COLLABORATION

SENSORY EXPERIENCE

workcafe A WorkCafĂŠ is a dynamic space that connects people with colleagues, their work, and their organization. It transforms traditional corporate cafeteria real estate into destinations for connection, collaboration, focus and innovation.

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key plan

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rendering


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education/lifestyle zone rendering

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3 workplace triTouch headquarters

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tritouch

This new media company located in Culver Cit and is working to develop products, technolog expands the concept of image sharing and sto takes inspiration from previous projects involvin the holga camera. Building upon that, the spac layering, transparency, light, color, and shadow

This new media company, triTOUCH, develops products, technologies, and research to expand the concept of image sharing and story creation. With inspiration from the triangular shape and the Holga camera, the space works with the ideas of layering, transparecy, light, touch, color, and shadow. below, you can see the hand held version of the interactive wall shown in the rendering. essentially, one would touch a triangle and then they would be able to take a picture of themselves using filters like this, inspired by the holga camera.

lobby rendering

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individual work area rendering

FLOOR PLAN NOT TO SCALE

Lighting and Electrical Legend

LED Utility fixture Track Accent fixture

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storefront NOT TO SCALE

inspiration project 1

I drew inspiration from the previous project I had completed during this semester. We were asked to create a form out of a single piece of paper, using folds as our main technique. These two objects above are actually the same object, but photographed in the dark under 4 different colored lights. Working with light, shadow, and color really transformed the piece of paper into something much more.

interactive wall NOT TO SCALE 35


4 LIVE/WORK HALCYON SPA

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Building located in Vail, Colorado, a town of about 5,300 people, famous for its ski mountains and abundant wildlife. This holistic day spa specializes in therapeutic treatment for patients who have multiple sclerosis. This spa is owned by a doctor and a physical therapist team who go by Pat and Chris Helf. They live in the facility as well, in a 1000 square foot addition. The entire structure is 4,600 square feet. The main goal of the facility is to reduce as much outside stress as possible and to keep nature in mind at all times when it comes to design. Sustainability is very important, so all furnishings and equipment will have sustainable qualities.

reception rendering

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FLOOR PLAN NOT TO SCALE

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mood board halycon spa

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The holistic and therapeutic treatment center for people diagnosed with multiple sclerosis is designed to stress the importance of nature and its healing qualities. The entire facility including the residential portion is designed to be universally accessible. The owners and therapists, Pat and Chris, want the entire building to be universal to allow their patients to feel comfortable and at home everywhere in all indoor spaces.

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5 CO-WORKING MERAKI STUDIO

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meraki soul. creativity. love.

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Meraki (Greek): doing something with soul, creativity and love a

Inspired by 1950’s design, Meraki Studio offers local artisans a place to work together and to share their deep love of creativity and devotion to their work. At Meraki, everyone has the opportunity to give something of him or herself to the world, following the Greek tradition of celebrating the essence of one’s soul in creative work. Meraki Studio, a place for people to come express their true talent, serves as a place for future learning. At Meraki, artists can do Art studio and gallery what they love and make a profit because they can put all of their soul, creativity, and love into inspired by their work.

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drawing painting sculpture and ceramics individual studio spaces for artists working alone as well as larger studio spaces for those tenants who like to work together variety of classes are offered space transforms into a gallery where locals can admire and

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FLOOR PLAN NOT TO SCALE

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REFLECTED CEILING PLAN NOT TO SCALE


Meraki provides the facilities for a variety of classes offered for those artists who are interested in learning more about their specific discipline. Specializing in drawing, painting, sculpture and ceramics, Meraki offers individual studio spaces for artists working alone as well as larger studio spaces for those tenants who enjoy working together. On occasion, artists offer classes themselves. Periodically, when the artists are ready to display their work, the center of the space transforms into a gallery where locals can admire and purchase work. The central gallery space transforms easily into a retail hub, with mobile podiums that can be arranged in any way tenants prefer.

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6 train amtrak

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Here at Amtrak we provide a route called the “Coast Starlight� for travelers to use between the cities of San Diego, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Portland, Seattle, and Vancouver. The design will provide an iconic look with an ambiance and Visibility that appeals to our Cultural Explorer clients. We want to make the customers feel as comfortable as possible by making it interactive between the passengers while yet still being able to interact with what is most important to them; the destination.

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north elevation

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lighting


hand sketches

south elevation

partition door

custom fabrics

bookcase

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7 installation southland drive competition

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retrofitting the retro photosynthesis is a temporary, mobile structure that will activate and connect businesses and the proposed sidewalks along the Southland Drive corridor while supporiting economic opportunity and social inclusion

photosynthesis Photosynthesis. Southland Drive, Lexington, KY

photosynthesis is a freestanding "photo booth" that incorporates

life size Instagram frames and Polaroid’s which passerby’s can take pictures in and hashtag on social media #photosynthesis and #southlanddrive. The structure will also be used as a green space incorporatng vegetation in various aspects. The structure will be made primarily of wood, plastic, rope and plants. The ceiling and the 4 structural columns will be made of wood. The planks will be joined together by butt joints. The life size picture frames, made of plastic, will be suspended from the ceiling using just rope. The back wall is essentially a “living wall” made entirely of plants. This structure will bring the community of southland together and will help support all the local businesses as well.

Pop-Up southlandassociation and 99 others 58

Site B: 16’ x 24’


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8 creative works artwork

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grass

Wall art competition Skills Utilized: Oil Painting Adobe Photoshop Adobe Illustrator

watercolor Skills Utilized: Sketching Watercolor

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fabricated Model Skills Utilized: 3D Printing Rhino Group Participation

oil painting Skills Utilized: Sketching Painting

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contact

kaitlinkellydesign@gmail.com 508 E 12th St New York, NY 502.851.5515

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