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INTERIOR DESIGN PORTFOLIO

KALEIGH SIGREST


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KALEIGH SIGREST kaleigh.sigrest@yahoo.com www.linkedin.com/in/kaleigh-sigrest 228.218.9824

As a young child, I have always had an interest and spark for design. I would always find myself rearranging my bedroom and redesigning my grandmother's dining room, with new plate arrangements and adding finishing touches of flowers as center pieces for the table. I didn’t decide on Interior Design until my spring semester of my freshman year, when I switched majors. I could tell it was what I was meant to do, when I stepped in the doors of my first class. Which was history of furniture. Throughout time, my passion for eclectic old antiques and love for midcentury modern style, has grown the years into a deeper understanding of what it truly means to love what you do and express it in the designs created. My experience at the University of Southern Mississippi has been nothing but extraordinary and they have helped me further my love for design into a reality. My portfolio is only a look into what I am capable of creating. I am organized, detail oriented, and a perfectionist. I am seeking the opportunity to further my design career and expertise within the field I am most passionate about. I hope to find a position in which I can produce high quality design work.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

RESIDENTIAL DESIGN

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HOSPITALITY DESIGN

CORPORATE DESIGN

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MODELING AND HAND RENDERING

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EDUCATION DESIGN

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RESIDENTIAL DESIGN DESIGN COMPETITION

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DESIGN COMPETITION PROJECT TYPE: Individual

SQUARE FOOTAGE:

PROJECT DURATION: 6 Weeks

SEMESTER COMPLETED: Senior Year/Fall Semester

PROJECT DESCRIPTION: Create a residential living space. Must use green, sustainable materials. Include a spacious living/dining room, master bedroom/bath suite and a second bedroom and bathroom that will accommodate the occasional guest and serve as the personal office. The entire residential area is designed with universal/barrier-free components.

PROJECT RESPONSIBILITIES: Rendered Floor Plan, 3D Renderings, Elevations, and

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KITCHEN ELEVATION

FURNITURE SELECTIONS

PROJECT DESCRIPTION The residential living space is located on the third floor and accessed via elevator and the stairwell. With the use of green, sustainable materials that reflect a calm atmosphere. The space includes a spacious living/dining room to entertain a few guests, master bedroom/bath suite and a second bedroom and bathroom that accommodates the occasional guest and serves as a personal office. The entire residential area is designed with universal/ barrier-free components. The third-floor deck is used for outside private entertaining. The overall design for this space was midcentury modern.

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SENIOR SHOWHOUSE PROJECT TYPE: Group Project

SQUARE FOOTAGE: Unavailable

PROJECT DURATION: 9 Weeks

SEMESTER COMPLETED: Senior Year/ Fall Semester

PROJECT DESCRIPTION: Create a residential living space. Students must stage a house through the support of many local vendors. The chosen home is the 1st floor of Dr. Steven and Wendy Farrell’s. Each student was paired with a partner and were each given at least two spaces in the home.

PROJECT RESPONSIBILITIES: Floor Plan, Sketches, 3D Rendering, and Furniture Selections

MASTER BEDROOM RENDERING

DESIGN CONCEPT Novermber 2, 2017 was the 1st Designer Showhouse for the seniors in the Interior Design Program at Southern Miss. Students showcased their talents through the support of many local vendors to stage the 1st floor of Dr. Steven and Wendy Farrell’s home. Each student was paired with a partner and were each given at least two spaces in the home. My partner and I were assigned the master bedroom and outdoor space. Our inspiration was a take on Midcentury Modern. We used warm tones of gray then pops of gold here and there to bring out the modern feel in the room.

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CLOSE UP OF MASTER BED FROM SUMMERHOUSE

GOLD ACCENTS FROM J. ALLAN'S AND FRESH FLORAL ARRANGEMENTS DONE BY MYSELF

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TULLOS RESIDENCE PROJECT TYPE: Individual

SQ. FOOTAGE: 2,500 SQ. FT.

PROJECT DURATION: 12 Weeks

SEMESTER COMPLETED: Junior Year- Spring Semester

PROJECT DESCRIPTION: Work with a client to design a full home renovation focusing on the living room and the master bathroom. Select furniture and finishes for selected spaces.

PROJECT DELIVERABLES: Field Measurement, Renovation Plan, Funtiture Plan, Electrical Plan, Furniture and Finish Selections, Finish Board, and Design Inspiration

FURNITURE PLAN

INSPIRATION

DESIGN CONCEPT Built in 1916. In the heart of downtown Hattiesburg, this property shares both a vintage feel and history for the city. This property is in great walking distance to town square park and GrateFull Soul. With original three ornate fire places still in tack, hardwood floors still in the house, and a custom wood deck. The overall design for this house was a indie style with pops of reds, gold, and subtle cream whites to draw in the modern take on this home. The vintage style was still kept, with the original afghan hand-woven rugs and family furniture passed down.

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FLOOR PLAN

FLOORING PLAN LIGHTING PLAN 13

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FINISH BOARD

LIGHTING PLAN FURNITURE SELECTIONS

FLOORING PLAN

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PERRY’S ROCOCO SUITE PROJECT TYPE: Individual

SQ. FOOTAGE: 2,250 SQ. FT.

PROJECT DURATION: 9 Weeks

SEMESTER COMPLETED: Senior Year/ Fall Semester

PROJECT DESCRIPTION: Design a residential space influenced by a paticular time period in history. Space must include milwork and plumbing design.

PROJECT DELIVERABLES: Floor Plan Design, Detailed Construction Documents, Furniture and Finish Selections

FURNITURE PLAN ELEVATIONS

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HOSPITALITY DESIGN THE PEACH PETAL HOTEL

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THE PEACH PETAL HOTEL LOBBY PROJECT TYPE: Individual

DESIGN CONCEPT

SQ. FOOTAGE: 21,000 SQ. FT.

The 150- room hotel marks an evolution in the city’s downtown and Warehouse District. With its use of many brick aesthetics within the building and show-stopping design and

PROJECT DURATION: 11 Weeks

décor, the hotel definitely makes a dramatic appeal within the city. The type of people this hotel appeals to is the old and new generation of hipsters. As visitors step into the Peach Petal from the Warehouse District, they are immediately

SEMESTER COMPLETED: Junior Year/ Fall Semester

carried away from the busy city and into an inviting and soothing space. Faint accents of pastel colors provide a delightful factor, including a stunning wall of hand painted

PROJECT DESCRIPTION: Design a hotel located in the Warehouse District of New

magnolia wallpaper lining the check in desk wall.

Orleans, LA consisting of lobby areas, a restaurant, a bar, and multiple retail spaces.

Art and décor plays a significant part of the visual experience of the Peach Petal, each de-

Develop a concept connected to the culture of the New Orleans with the help of the

tail draws from the hotel’s “Old Southern Theme”. The art and décor was sourced through

partner in the graphic design department. Logos and branding designed by the graphic

the rich history of the antebellum homes within New Orleans. A mix of old with new with a modern twist was brought into the mix of the Peach Petal.

design partner.

DELIVERABLES: Concept Development, Programming, Space Planning, Preliminary Sketches, Codes Research, Floor Plan, Reflected Ceiling Plan, Funiture and Finish Selections, Wayfinding Plan, and 3D Renderings

LOBBY RENDERING

GOALS 1. Human Centered Design- The Peach Petal Hotel is designed with guests in mind. The design will help accommodate guests as comfortably as possible with the proper amenities and spaces.

2. Local Interaction- The goal of the design was to bring in old southern influence but with a modern twist from New Orleans. We combined local art, finishes, wall coverings, and contemporary, but also classic furniture to create a space that guests and locals can feel comfortable and stay to visit for a while.

3.Inviting Environment- At the Peach Petal we want to appeal to your natural side. The many settings with vines, green walls, and woods line the hotel. We want your experience to be unordinary as you step into each room of the hotel. Each setting will include nature filled and intimate spaces tucked away for human interaction.

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THE PEACH PETAL HOTEL: GUEST SUITES DESCRIPTION Every guest will sleep like a delicate flower in the Magnolia Suite. This luxurious suite features a sitting area, wardrobe closet, a spa-like bathroom with a vanity counter and walk-in shower, a desk area, and king-sized bed with a 14” pillow-top mattress. Neutral green tones with warm lighting and modern furniture will create a relaxing space for guests to get away. In-room amenities include: maid service, lavish linens, Pharmacopia- Natural and Organic shampoo and conditioner, 100% cotton rob, hairdryer, complimentary high-speed internet, Keurig coffeemaker, and 55” LCD televisions. Pharmacopia- Natural and Organic shampoo and conditioner, 100% cotton rob, hairdryer, complimentary high-speed internet, Keurig coffeemaker, and 55” LCD televisions.

ADA GUIDELINES

MAGNOLIA SUITE FINISH BOARD

A 302.1 Floor and ground surfaces shall be stable, firm, and slip-resistant. B 302.2 Carpet pile height maximum is 1/2”. Carpet padding may also be omitted. C 303.2 Changes in vertical level of 1/4” high maximum shall be permitted D 304.3 A turning circle with 60” minimum diameter is provided E 304.3.2 A t-shaped turning space, 60” minimum width with legs 36” minimum width and 12-24” minimum length is provided at the end of the aisles F 307.2 Objects mounted 27”- 80” high shall not protrude more than 4” into the circulation path, excluding handrails, which may protrude 4 1/2” G 308.2.2 Objects mounted behind a counter 20” maximum depth shall not be mounted above 48” maximum. Objects mounted behind a counter 20-25” maximum depth shall not be mounted above 44” maximum H 309.4 All operable parts shall be operable with one hand and shall not require tight grasping, pinching, or twisting of the wrist; the force required o activate operable parts shall be 5 pounds maximum I 403.5.1 Accessible routes shall have 36” minimum clear width J 404.2.3 Doors shall have 32” minimum clear width

TULIP ADA SUITE FINISH BOARD

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TULIP ADA SUITE

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THE PEACH PETAL HOTEL: THAI BASIL VEGAN BISTRO

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DESCRIPTION Located within the Peach Petal Hotel , Thai Basil Vegan Bistro redefines the current cuisine within the city. Their main goal is to introduce a new type of culture by introducing new vegan dishes to New Orleans. White marble flooring and pastel green walls, will create an calming environment. The space will be furnished with Eames style seating, marble table tops, and glass pendants.

ANTHROPOMETRICS Display Height: 56”-68” Max Display Reach: 72” Max Center Height: 35”-38” Worksurface Height: 36”

Table Space: 18” Seat Depth: 14” Table Isle: 24: Min.

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THE PEACH PETAL HOTEL: PHLOX BAR

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The Warehouse District in New Orleans, LA was designated in 1978 and extended in 1985 and 2007. The Warehouse District is defined by Magazine Street,

As you enter the Phlox Wine Bar guests will instantly be carried to a green universe. Pastel blue bricks

Lafayette/ Constance Streets, Poydras Street, Convention Center Boulevard, and the Expressway. The Warehouse District is an area in history linked to

will line the walls with gold details: a white marble bar will be the main focus of the space along with

the commerce of the Port of New Orleans, but whose modern life revolves much more around tourism, the arts, museums, and inner-city apartment and

many walls of succulent plants. Many gold lanterns will hang behind the bar to bring in the modern

condominium life. “In fact, while the Historic District’s name is the “Warehouse” District, neighborhood and other local groups have begun referring to the area

feel. At night the Phlox Wine Bar will be open 24/7 to both guests and the outside public.

as an arts district in recognition of the area’s transformation from an industrial waterfront area to a vibrant neighborhood that blends residential, entertainment, commercial, shopping, museum, art and tourist experiences 24/7.” (City of New Orleans HDLC – Warehouse District Historic District) The buildings in the Warehouse District are a mixture of residential and commercial. The buildings are typically set with a sidewalk with no back yard. Many older buildings were built up to the side property lines, leaving no space between buildings and some lots in the Warehouse District are now used for apparent

ANTHROPOMETRICS Display Height: 56”-68” Max Display Reach: 72” Max Center Height: 35”-38” Worksurface Height: 36”

Table Space: 18” Seat Depth: 14” Table Isle: 24: Min.

parking. A number of parking garages have been built to serve residents and tourists on a day-to-day basis. Other buildings in the Warehouse District now house residential, commercial or light industrial uses, and other buildings now serve as restaurants or entertainment venues. (City of New Orleans HDLC – Warehouse District Historic District) “During the early decades of the twentieth century, the characteristic brick warehouses, factories, foundries, and cotton and sugar presses began to give way to new concrete structures that better served the needs of area industries.” (Tulane School of Architecture, May 2011) New developers moved into the area in the 21st century. This breathed new life into the Warehouse District. It caused a revival of the commerce and residential use of buildings. This revival of the buildings became known as part of the city’s “Art District”. “Converted industrial structures now serve as art galleries, high-end condominiums, offices, and upscale restaurants, among other uses.” (Patricia Gay, The 1984 World’s Fair, the Warehouse District, and the Preservation Industry) Since its designation in 1978, the Warehouse District has transformed into a desirable environment for not only residents, but also tourists.

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CACTI FARM SHOP: CHECK OUT AREA RENDERING

DESCRIPTION The Cacti Farm will be a new shop in New Orleans available to both guests and the public. Calm greens will line the walls and ceilings, in addition to a marble bar that serves green drinks. The plush seating provides a pleasing environment for the guests to socialize. Also, several walls of cacti and succulents will be mounted for sales purposes.

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CACTI FARM SHOP: SUCCULENT WALL RENDERING

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FLOOR PLAN The goal for the Peach Petal Hotel in New Orleans was to focus on the well being of guests. SOCIAL: One way I accomplished this was by creating 3 types of social settings into the hotel design. Throughout the hotel lobby there are stools lined against the wall with tables for group interaction. Also, grouped seating are scattered throughout the space for a much relaxed and comfortable social setting. Finally, a round sofa is found in the library for social interaction, but also a space to get away. The goal was to cater to the social needs of our guests. WAYFINDING: Wayfinding was a large focus of the Peach Petal Hotel. Wayfinding helps guests navigate throughout a space as easy as possible. I designed a space that was open and easy to steer through. The floor plan includes the appropriate ADA signage for wayfinding and several innovations to help the guests through the space. The innovations include ceiling details in all of the shops, bar, and restaurant area and distinct wallcoverings lining the walls. All of these will allow the guests to find their way around the hotel without having to ask for help. GUEST SAFETY: Security is always important for guests when staying at a hotel. At the Peach Petal Hotel, guests will not have to worry about anything because they are our top priority. Staff members are lined at the pods as soon as guests enter to ensure safety and help guests with anything they need. The public will only be allowed on the first floor, which consists of the main lobby, Phlox bar, Thai Basil Vegan Restaurant, Blue Bonnet Hat Shop, and the Cacti Shop. Only guests will have access to the elevators and stairs, which lead to the suites. This ensures no one will enter the second floor that is not welcome. All staff areas will only be accessed will a key card reader.

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CORPORATE DESIGN MIDTOWN ARCHITECTURE FIRM

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FIRST FLOOR DETAIL STATEMENT The Midtown Architectural Firm located in Houston, Texas will be designed to be a well thought-out and innovative workplace just for the employees and clients. My goal is to place work pods and conference rooms specifically shaped around the being of the teams. Also, within the firm the obstacles will be eliminated. The leisurely exit access ways, entryways, and pathways within the office will be addressed. With privacy being a big deal within an office, many touch down spaces and quite rooms will be placed randomly all throughout the firm. An upbeat color pallet of oranges, reds, purples, and pink hues will flow

INSPIRATION

throughout the firm. As employees and clients enter the workplace, they will feel a positive vibe and will never feel under stress while working in the environment. My overall vision is to create a firm that is completely centered around an all natural feel.

GOALS 1. Structure: with pods and conference rooms shaped just for teams 2. Eliminate obstacles: create leisurely exit access ways, entry ways, and pathways within the office 3. Privacy: with touch down spaces and quite rooms 4. Natural: flooring and wall coverings

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MIDTOWN ARCHITECTURE FIRM PROJECT TYPE: Individual

SQ. FOOTAGE: 38,000 SQ. FT.

PROJECT DURATION: 11 Weeks

YEAR COMPLETED: Junior Year/ Spring Semester

PROJECT DESCRIPTION: Design a multi-level architectre fim in the Penzoil Place located in Houston, Texas, focusing on both exextive spaces on the 14th floor and production spaces on the 15th floor. Integrate upto-date technologies in trends of the office design.

PROJECT RESPONSIBILITIES: Space Planning, Research, Codes Research, Floor Plans, Reflected Ceiling Plans, Furniture Plans, Furniture and Finish Selections, Colored Renderings, Finish and Presentation Boards

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MIDTOWN ARCHITECTURE FIRM PROJECT TYPE: Individual

SQ. FOOTAGE: 38,000 SQ. FT.

PROJECT DURATION: 11 Weeks

YEAR COMPLETED: Junior Year/ Spring Semester

PROJECT DESCRIPTION: Design a multi-level architectre fim in the Penzoil Place located in Houston, Texas, focusing on both exextive spaces on the 14th floor and production spaces on the 15th floor. Integrate up-to-date technologies in trends of the office design.

PROJECT RESPONSIBILITIES: Space Planning, Research, Codes Research, Floor Plans, Reflected Ceiling Plans, Furniture Plans, Furniture and Finish Selections, Colored Renderings, Finish and Presentation

OFFICE TRENDS The 2016 workplace is all about choice and control, for both employees and employers. When dealing with flexibility, in the way people work and in office layouts and uses,choice and control

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is becoming the most effective way for companies to get the best people, the best work, and the most value out of both their customers and employees. In today’s workplace, the offices will be more vibrant and collaborative. The people are the most important metric in the workplace. In the workplace, mobility may require more unassigned or touchdown spaces for individuals who are out of the office for a significant part of the day. The workplace also needs flexible space for employees who might be visiting from another floor, building or campus. More people are working remotely outside of their desks. At any given time, about one-third of all knowledge workers in private and public sectors are working remotely. Only 30 to 40 percent of employees are actually using their assigned spaces in the

HISTORY OF PENZOIL

work force. Mobility is crucial to today’s workforce. In addition to their offices, employees are working in airplanes, in hotels, at client sites and at home.They need to be supported with technology and

The Penzoil Place is located in downtown Houston at 711 Louisiana St. Houston, TX 77002. Completed in 1975 the

business processes that allow them to work effecJvely wherever they are. The employees should feel

Pennzoil Place consists of two 36-story trapezoidal towers of dark bronze glass and aluminum, which are separated by

most important in the workplace. Creating vibrant offices is one way to recruit and maintain talent.

a ten-foot-wide spatial void and connected by a 115-foot-high, glass atrium. The architectural design was the creation

Providing flexibility and choices for where, when and how work happens is also critical. In the office

of Philip Johnson. In 2009 the building management team started an assessment of requirements to have the building

many touch down spaces include: activity settings, impromptu meeting areas, formal meeting spac-

LEED certified. This assessment led to the determinaJon that most of the building's infrastructure had out lived its

es, project rooms, individual work spaces, or break areas that make up open-plane environments.

useful life.

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ELEVATIONS

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LOBBY RENDERING

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LOUNGE RENDERING

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MIDTOWN ARCHITECTURE FIRM PROJECT TYPE: Individual

SQ. FOOTAGE: 38,000 SQ. FT.

PROJECT DURATION: 11 Weeks

YEAR COMPLETED: Junior Year/ Spring Semester

PROJECT DESCRIPTION: Design a multi-level architectre fim in the Penzoil Place located in Houston, Texas, focusing on both exextive spaces on the 14th floor and production spaces on the 15th floor. Integrate upto-date technologies in trends of the office design.

PROJECT RESPONSIBILITIES: Space Planning, Research, Codes Research, Floor Plans, Reflected Ceiling Plans, Furniture Plans, Furniture and Finish Selections, Colored Renderings, Finish and Presentation Boards

CONFERENCE ROOM RENDERING

OPEN OFFICES RENDERING

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MODELING AND RENDERING FAR OUT HOUSE IRAQI WEDDING HAND RENDERING JOURNAL

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FAR OUT HOUSE

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PROJECT TYPE: Individual

SQ. FOOTAGE: 77 SQ. FT.

PROJECT DURATION: 3 Weeks

YEAR COMPLETED: Junior Year/ Fall Semester

HAND SKETCHES

PROJECT DESCRIPTION: Design a themed play house considering anthropometrics. Playhouse must meet size constraints and be portable

PROJECT RESPONSIBILITIES: 3D, Floor Plan, Elevations, Ideation Sketches, Anthropometric Research, and

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Project Research Board

DESIGN CONCEPT Drawing inspriation from the great decade known as the 70’s, the Far Out House provides a place for the Measall’s children to escape to their own personal adventure space. This private quiet space encourages kids to not only read, but also save the planet. With the use of books provided and the green resources found in the space, the children will be able to will be able to increase their love for learning and helping the planet. The resources include natural light, a grass wall, and solar panels.

DOWNSTAIRS RENDERING

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FAR OUT HOUSE RENDERING

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CEREMONY RENDERING

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IRAQI WEDDING CEREMONY SPACE: THE BARN AT BRIDLEWOOD PROJECT TYPE: Individual

SQ. FOOTAGE: N/A

PROJECT DURATION: 4 Weeks

YEAR COMPLETED: Junior Year/ Fall Semester

PROJECT DESCRIPTION: Work with a international student to learn about the Iraqi culture. Design a ceremony space influenced by Iraqi culture and traditons. Create two renderings using photoshop combination technique.

INSPIRATION PROJECT RESPONSIBILITIES: Cultural Research, Ideation Sketches, Renderings, and Project Research Board

DESIGN CONCEPT The driving force behind the design for the wedding venue and reception will be to incorporate cultural traditions, colors, patterns, and textures for the traditional Iraqi wedding. A warm analogous color scheme of bold red and orange tones will be mixed with accents of metallic gold and shimmering fabrics to create a party atmosphere. Found around the ceremony and reception, will be candle lit bronze and silver lanterns to make the space more romantic feeling. Also, white roses will line the tables.

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IMPRESSION OF MATERIALS

RUGS AND CARPET

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SKETCH JOURNAL PROJECT TYPE: Individual

PROJECT DURATION: 8 Weeks

YEAR COMPLETED: Junior Year/ Fall Semester

PROJECT DESCRIPTION: Create renderings using multiple texniques and media to depict materials and concepts

PROJECT RESPONSIBILITIES: Sketch journal containing 30 renderings

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EDUCATION DESIGN USM MARINE

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CONFERENCE ROOM RENDERING

MARINE TECH OFFICE RENDERING

LOUNGE RENDERING

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USM MARINE PROJECT TYPE: Group Project

SQ. FOOTAGE: 4,078 Designed

PROJECT DURATION: 3 Weeks

YEAR COMPLETED: Junior Year/ Fall Semester

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PROJECT DESCRIPTION: Create furniture specs and layouts for the new USM Marine Research Facility.

PROJECT RESPONSIBILITIES: Research, Programming, Furniture Spec, Preliminary Sketches, Space Planning, Computer Aided Drawings, Colored Renderings, and Funiture and Finish Selections

DESIGN CONCEPT Port of Gulfport will soon have a new addition, which is the USM Marine Research Center which will house the School of Ocean Graphic Studies and Technology. The center will help students research and physically learn. During this project. the goal is to have a finished furniture plan for the classrooms, conference room, lounge areas, lobbies, labs, and offices. The goals are to have updated technology, soothing enviroments for the lounge and lobby areas, keeping finishes sustainable within the classrooms, offices, and conference room and being cohesive with the ocean theme carpet.

GOALS 1. Technology

3. Sustainable

2. Soothing Enviroment 4. Cohesive

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THANK YOU! kaleigh.sigrest@yahoo.com www.linkedin.com/in/kaleigh-sigrest 228.218.9824

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