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Karen Mariscal | 2019


Hi| My name is Karen Mariscal. I’m a Mexican Interior, Industrial and Product designer. Here you can find samples of my academic and professional work. Through these projects, I wish to highlight my passion and knowledge of design as well as to showcase the skills I’ve acquired over my professional and academic formation.

19/12/1992 | Karen.mariscalo@gmail.com |+52 (662)395 5860 INDEX: Curriculum Vitae

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MONTELLO | Interior | Hospitality

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MANCHESTER | Interior | Retail

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MAIOCCHI | Interior | Multifunctional

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UTRECH| Interior | Retail

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ZOKU RUNNER | Display | Retail

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CATALANA |Interior | Residential

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Curriculum Vitae | Education:

Software: .Photoshop .Illustrator .InDesign .AfterEffects .Showcase .Inventor .AutoCad .Alias .3DSMax .V-ray .KeyShot .Rhino .Grasshopper .Sketchup .Microsoft O. .Revit

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Tecnical skill: .Sketching .Illustration .Prototyping .Model making .Concept devt. .Research .Site

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Oct. 2015 Master’s Degree in Interior & Dec. 2016 Product design/ Milan, Italy. Scuola Politecnica di design & Libera università di lingue e comunicazione Aug.2010 Bachelor’s degree in Dec.2014 Industrial design/ Monterrey, Mexico. Instituto Tecnológico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey Jan.2005 Highschool degree/ Ilo, Peru. Dec.2009 C.E.P. Enrique Meiggs Experience: Jan.2018 Freelance Designer/ present Hermosillo, Mexico. Graphic and Interior Sept.2016 Andrea Caputo S.R.L./ Jun.2017 Milan, Italy. Junior Interior Designer. Aug.2014 MAHA Concept Store/ Aug.2015 Hermosillo, Mexico. In-Store Designer. Aug.2012 Innovation Sphere/ May 2013 Monterrey, Mexico. Industrial designer Events: 2017 URL Lectures 01-04/ Milan,It. 2016 Salone dil mobile/ Milan,It. SPD Design Talks/ Milan,It. 2014 Semana punto Es/ N.L.,Mex. 2012 IMINOX lecture/ N.L.,Mex. 2012 & 2010 DPMX congress/ N.L.,Mex. 5


MONTELLO | Interior | Hospitality

Montello | 2016

Rework of a hotel concept design developed in collaboration with Caio Carvahlo and Temilola Balogum at Scuola Politecnica di Design. Montello 6 is a project located in Milan, Italy. The property was previously known as “Ill fortino della mafia” for it was the center for many illegal activities until 2012 when the Italian authorities took action. Since then the property had remained empty and forgotten. Previous to the Mafia’s occupation the building had

served as a residence for the working class and workshops. The Hotel interiors highlight this history by using industrial materials and details but softened with solid color accents and patterns to give a more welcoming appearance to all age groups.

*Original project | *Extended rework project |

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MONTELLO | Interior | Hospitality

COFFE SHOP H 414 COWORKING SPACE H 414

General Public

KITCHEN

W.C. H 414 KITCHEN H 210

Hotel guest

W.C H 400

W.C. H 414

Employees only

STORAGE H 400

BAR

lift WALK-IN FRIDGE

RESTAURANT ENTRANCE

DAYCARE H 414

Restaurant

RESTRAURANT H 400

SHOP H 400

Lobby Hotel use only

KITCHEN

Retail space

SHOP H 400

Coworking space SHOP H 400

Daycare

COURTYARD ENTRANCE

Courtyard Market

LOBBY ENTRANCE

WC H 400

LOBBY H 400

BIKE SHOP H 400

REST AREA H 395 ADMIN. H 395 DRESSING ROOM H 395

lift

VIA MONTELLO

STORAGE H 200

OFFICE H 395

SHOP H 395

SHOP H 395

SPACE DISTRIBUTION | GROUND FLOOR We were given the task of turning this decaying property into a hotel for large groups. The average stay for a tourist in Milan is that of 2 days. Opened to the general public the ground floor allows the guest to get a real taste of the city. Offering services as a Market, Daycare center, Bike repair shop, co-working space, and other retail spaces attracts locals to a previously forgotten location. 9


HOTEL LOBBY | COURTYARD MARKET

MONTELLO | Interior | Hospitality

The previously mention accents were also used to call attention and guide pathways. Red walls highlight the tile covered reception desk inside the lobby. In the market tile covered walls mark exit corridors and hanging light bulbs lead the way.

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RESTAURANT |

MONTELLO | Interior | Hospitality

Located on the ground floor the restaurant contrast the industrial ambiance with yellow highlights. Matte black rectangular steel profiles allow for glimpses of the kitchen. Patterned glass boxes serve both as a division between the kitchen and the restaurant floor and as storage.

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MONTELLO | Interior | Hospitality

GYM H 305

ROOM 6 H 305

ROOM 6 H 305

STORAGE H 277

Employees only

ROOM 6 H 305

ROOM 6 H 305

Hotel guest

ROOM 6 H 305

Next building

lift ROOM 6 H 305

ROOM 4 H 277

ROOM 4 H 277 ROOM 4 H 303

Hotel use Room 4P

ROOM 4 H 303

Guest Lounge

ROOM 4 H 277

ROOM 4 H 277

Room 3P ROOM 4 H 303

Guest Gym Room 6P Next building

ROOM 4 H 303

ROOM 4 H 277

ROOM 4 H 277

ROOM 4 H 303

SPACE DISTRIBUTION | FIRST FLOOR Unlike the ground floor, the first floor is exclusive to the hotel’s guests use. A more secure environment is achieved in this way.

LOUNGE H 277

lift

ROOM 3 H 277

ROOM 3 H 277

ROOM 3 H 277

ROOM 3 H 277

ROOM 3 H 277

ROOM 3 H 277

Divided into 23 rooms this floor also includes a lounge and a gym. Three different room typologies allow for large groups to stay together while comfortable. 15


MONTELLO | Interior | Hospitality

ROOM 3P | ROOM 4P | ROOM 6P Three, four, and six are the number of guests the different rooms can host. Four custom beds were designed to assure commodity and safety. 17


MANCHESTER | Interior | Retail

Manchester | 2017

The following is a refit Project Developed for Carhartt WIP in Manchester, U.K. by Andrea Caputo Studio. Carhartt Work in Progress is the streetwear version of the 100-year-old American brand Carhartt. Unlike its American counterpart this division is focused on urban culture and not work attire. The Brand has a very established image which is clearly influenced by the Hip Hop, Skating and other

urban scenes. The refit was part of the celebrations for this location’s 10th-anniversary. The brand was looking to keep the general look of the store but fix some circulation and functional issues and at the same time bring new life to this space.

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MANCHESTER | Interior | Retail

FLOOR PLAN | COSTUME FURNITURE The popularity of the location has increased since it’s original conception, to keep up with new demands the floor plan had to be adapted. The Cashdesk and dressing rooms were relocated to the back of the store which opened the space for more product exhibition and events. Costume furniture such as racks, tables, and shelving systems was designed to offer a larger display area.

MWO3 construction drawing. 21


MANCHESTER | Interior | Retail

FLOOR | CEILING | LIGHTING The original statement finishes, like the polycarbonate wall, were combined with new ceiling materials. The lighting was also modified to complement the new layout. 23


MAIOCCHI | Interior | Multifunctional

Maiocchi | 2016

Spazzio Maiocchi is a multifunctional space located in the heart of Milan, Italy. Its main functions are office space, art gallery, and showroom. Carefully designed under Initially conceived by Slam Jam Socialism and executed by the directives of lightness and functionality the Andrea Caputo Studio. project looks to keep up with contemporary methods of The project expands over working. 1000 SQM. Housing a total of four brands that work together to offer the Milanese Large zinc covered volumes where brought in to achieve public a new creative space where art, music, and fashion these goals in a clean and memorable way. converge creating a new social scene.

*More info |

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MAIOCCHI | Interior | Multifunctional

FLOOR PLAN | MAIN SPACES A zinc tunnel serves as Spazzio Maiocchi’s introduction card. It is here where the Italian gallery Plusdesign sets different exhibitions related to product design and research. A frosted glass partition was used to separate this area from the office space. At the end of the tunnel, transparent glass was employed to mark the end of Plusdesign space and

the beginning of Carharrt’s Showroom. The Showroom Area is divided into two main spaces that flow together but can be easily separated. Both serve as exhibit spaces and take advantage of the natural light that comes through the large zinc framed windows. The Largest space functions as a showroom for Carhartt products while the small space is where Kaleidoscope presents different pieces of art.

672.8 H 382

CAVEDIO

2639

751.1

proiezione tamponamento in cartongesso

proiezione tamponamento in cartongesso

H sottotrave 404

H sottotrave 404

543.5

271.7

proiezione tamponamento in cartongesso

H 360

H sottotrave 404

proiezioni taglio controsoffitto per inserimento luci

H sottotrave 404 H 627

H 627

H 627

3387.8

271.7

1745

118.2

H 360

H 953

H 645

H 953

43

857

H 645

H 953

63

746

H 645

H 953

63

789

15

268.9

828

2289

H 360

90

SALA RIUNIONE 1

AREA LOUNGE

386

H 360

H 360

H 360

761.5

SALA RIUNIONE 2

UFFICI H 445

H 360

H 360

H 360

467

marciapiede

H 627

H 442

928.6

702.8

1343

1736.2

H 360

522

CUCINA H 442

0

=

H 627

SHOWROOM

0

455

=

1746.4

372

H 457

DIS. 1

CORTILE

0

300

RIP.

H 454

H 360

H 320

234.5

147

504.9

A.B. 1 H 454

H 360

0

177.5

H 364

=

WC 1 H 344

H 445

BAGNO 1

WC 2 H 344

131

WC 3 H 344

H 234

CORTILE

139

110

DIS. 2 H 452

548.5

basamento esistente in pietra

SHOWROOM

H 360

A.B. 2 H 452

WC 5

1726 H 405

H 442

H 402

H 442

basamento esistente in pietra

H 402

H 387

176.5

H 460

BAGNO 2

H 453

ANDRONE

309

WC 4

200

strada carrabile via Maiocchi

VIA ACHILLE MAIOCCHI

543

H 627

proiezione tamponamento in cartongesso

H 360

386

H 627

268.9

H 627

488

391

H 445

H 360

SHOWROOM

H MURETTO 238

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MAIOCCHI | Interior | Multifunctional

GRAND OPENNING | 2017 Spazzio Maiocchi completed at the beginning of October of 2017 just on time for the grand opening.

Since then the space has been the perfect scenario for several events and exhibits.

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UTRECHT | Interior | Retail

Utrech | 2016

New Flagship Store for Carharrt WIP designed by Andrea Caputo Studio. Carharrt WIP keeps opening new locations all over the world to keep up with the demand for their clothing and accessories.

Situated in Utrecht Straat the store is nested in Amsterdam’s historic city center.

The shop combines the brand’s Eight years after the opening modern urban style with of the first Carharrt WIP the monumental building’s traditional style. location in the Netherlands the brand tasked Andrea Caputo Studio with designing their second location in the Dutch capital.

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NB The dimensions indicated are base on a survey of the current state. After completion of all demolition works, the contractor has to verify if the the project can be executed as it is, so that any discrepancies will be avoided. It is responsibility of the contractor to carry out the work as a work of art, highlighting any changes or improvements required.

Notes

01.001

Client

27/09/2016

Date

Andrea Caputo Architecture office & Research agency

Via Bistolfi 49 - 20134 Milan, Italy T +39 02 21711291 office@andreacaputo.com

Title

Client

Split into two specific rooms the store welcomes its visitors with high ceilings and preexisting pieces of art that contrast with the urban clothing and style of the shop. the room. The Carharrt WIP Women’s collection takes over the second room. A galvanized steel rack highlights the impressive five-meter height of the space.

A custom-made zinc rack occupies the center of the first room. While OSB shelves and zinc displays frame Custom plywood furniture and bright pink neon signs accentuate the space.

FURNITURE PLAN

1:50

Drawing n°

Carhartt WIP

Scale

FINAL DRAWINGS

Drawing object

NB The dimensions indicated are base on a survey of the current state. After completion of all demolition works, the contractor has to verify if the the project can be executed as it is, so that any discrepancies will be avoided. It is responsibility of the contractor to carry out the work as a work of art, highlighting any changes or improvements required.

Notes

01.001

www.andreacaputo.com

1:50

Scale

Drawing n°

Carhartt WIP

Ceiling Demolition Plan.

FURNITURE PLAN

Drawing object

FINAL DRAWINGS

Title

DEMOLITION PLANS | FLOOR PLAN

27/09/2016

Date

T +39 02 21711291 office@andreacaputo.com www.andreacaputo.com

UTRECHT | Interior | Retail

Demolition Plan.

Floor Plan. 33


UTRECHT | Interior | Retail

GRAND OPENNING | 2017 Inaugurated in April of 2017 the Utrecht Straat store takes advantage of the natural lighting that comes through the street window and several skylights.

Complimenting the natural light track mounted spotlights run across the rooms. And a Piet Hein Eek lamp illuminates a display table located in the second room.

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ZOKU RUNNER | Display | Retail

Zoku Runner | 2016

Rebook is a sports apparel company and Zoku Runner is a collection launched by the brand in 2017. For this project, the graphic design section of Andrea Caputo Studio requested the help of the interior design department. Rebook asked for custom-made furniture to display their new collection inside several locations of three Italian retailers (One Block Down, Spectrum, and Urban Jungle).

To create memorable but easy to install displays several materials where used. Viroc gave the appearance of concrete and ribbed bars where employed to display the shoes. Acrylic bases secured the product in place while elastic ropes in monotone colors gave the sense of movement and speed.

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ZOKU RUNNER | Display | Retail

METAL FRAME

ELASTIC ROPE IN MONOTONE COLORS

ZOKU RUNNER PRODUCT

3D FOREX CROSS CHECK

CONCRETE PANEL

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CATALANA | Interior | Residential

Catalana | 2018

Renovation of a 260 SQM property located in Hermosillo, Sonora for a young Mexican entrepreneur with a passion for promoting Mexican design. Catalana departs from its traditional oversaturated style and instead embraces the warm desertic weather by drawing inspiration from beachside properties and maintaining a clean and practical approach. The interior combines a neutral color palette with warm wood finishes.

Tzalam and poplar are woods commonly used by Mexican designers and artisans this combined with the client’s affinity for Mexican products made for an obvious choice. Stonelike and gold accents add a youthful and fun touch while framed art and b&w photographies achieve a more personal space.

*Extended project |

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95 210

90 210

95 210

kitchen

smaller cleaner kitchen demolish

cover for lounge area

80 210

115 210

too small floods

130 260

better lighting interesting art

new laundry access

one continous wall

division between drying rack and garden

demolish: larger laundry +pantry

wc

Villa Catalana Street

laundry room

larger drain + uneveness

change laundry acces not first thing upon entry

CATALANA | Interior | Residential

garage

garden dinning room

150 210

living room

H 250

GARDEN OPEN

H 260

H 140

H 250

H 250

H 250

H 260

H 250

175 210

GROUND FLOOR | ORIGINAL STATE | FLOOR PLAN Split into two floors the residence, divides social from individual spaces. On the ground floor, the entrance was modified to avoid seeing the laundry upon entry. The kitchen was reduced to merge the pantry and laundry and create a cleaner space. Divided into two spaces by a breezeblock wall the garden

serves as an outdoor lounge and as a service area. Understated and comfortable the garden takes advantage of potted plants, poplar wood, and concrete to create and easy to maintain space. While the classic Acapulco chair evokes the beach and makes it the best place to receive guest and hang out. 43


CATALANA | Interior | Residential

GROUND FLOOR | MEXICAN CHAIRS Interceramic’s avenue tile was chosen to create a seamless transition between the outdoor concrete floors and the interior. Chairs designed by Mexican studios “Mob” and “La Metropolitana” help create a clean but warm environment. 45


65 220

200 90

demolish

room 2

65 200

remove bigger wc

wc 2

demolish to enlarge r2

keep rail paint black

wc 3 75 200

120 200

closet

65 200

closet

close window open skylight

close and add window

CATALANA | Interior | Residential

200 90

90

150 200

room 1

BALCONY OPEN

H 250

H 210

H 250

H 250

H 250

H 250

H 250

wasted weird space open and reporpouse

balcony

new room wall

room 3

0

120 200

20

demolish

sliding door 90 200

FIRST FLOOR | ORIGINAL STATE | FLOOR PLAN Ashwood planks replaced the old heavy duty carpet. Lack of space made conventional swing doors a hinder for circulation. Large sliding poplar planks substituted them. Reduced the master bedroom gave room to take advantage of a previously wasted space by creating a small home office nook that helps keep track of

important documents and allows the client to work from home. Enlarged by demolishing the back wall and incorporating a wasted space from a previous renovation the second bedroom now has it own walk-in closet. To gain space square poplar profiles were used to hide the closet instead of a solid wall. 47


CATALANA | Interior | Residential

GUEST BEDROOM | BLACK FRAMES The third bedroom’s built-in closet was taken out and replaced by a standing custom poplar closet. That allowed enough storage for the room’s linens and guest clothes. This change allowed for better circulation and for the twin bed to be replaced by a full one. The use of poplar and black metal frames create a sense of continuity throughout the floor. 49


CATALANA | Interior | Residential

MASTER BEDROOM | BATHROOM A large walk-in closet took the need for clothes storage away from the main bedroom allowing for a small T.V. area inside the room. Replacing a traditional headboard the poplar profiles serve as a separation between the sliding door and the bed Opened and redistributed the main bathroom was designed to be relaxing as well as functional. 51


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Karen.mariscalo@gmail.com

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My name is Karen Mariscal. I’m a Mexican Interior, Industrial and Product designer. This document contains samples of my academic and profes...

Portfolio Karen Mariscal  

My name is Karen Mariscal. I’m a Mexican Interior, Industrial and Product designer. This document contains samples of my academic and profes...

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