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K AT I E GUILLEN INTERIOR DESIGN PORTFOLIO VIRGINIA TECH - 2019


CONTENTS

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NEXT: REAL ESTATE AND MANAGEMENT FIRM Steelcase Competition, Fall 2018...........................................4

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MONARCH’S MIGRATION: MEMORIAL OF CIVIC ACTION IDEC Studio Finalist , Fall 2017.............................................10

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SIT AND SPIN: LAUNDROMAT AND CAFE RBT 2nd Place National Winner , Spring 2018....................14

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BASKERVILL INTERNSHIP Hospitality , Summer 2017 - Winter 2018............................18

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MARKER RENDERING Graphic Communication , Fall 2017.....................................28


A selection of work from Fall 2017 - Fall 2018 studio and internships.


NEXT A Real Estate and Management Firm in Denver, Colorado Steelcase Sponsored Competition - Fall 2018 - 5 Weeks

STATEMENT Incorporating the culture and innovative elements of Downtown Denver’s newly utilized public spaces, alleys, within the workplace. CONCEPT In the experimental and vibrant culture of Downtown Denver, there are vastly growing neighborhoods that illustrate trendy, industrial appearances that give a unique culture to the community. At the heart of Denver, the atmosphere is known to be “where art is made” to captivate city dwellers who are experiencing newly utilized public spaces in Denver by Market Street. Denver has a goal of transforming their underutilized spaces known as their alleys. Commuters frequently walk through alleys to get to their destinations, such as on their way to work, a restaurant, or just on a casual stroll. They are starting to transform into more pedestrianfriendly, activated alleys where amenities and art installations are provided for the community. The art and culture of Denver has the power to “change the way we see and interact with the world.” Inspired by the newly developed, “active” alleys of Downtown Denver, employees of NEXT will experience an urban environment filled with its culture of “unexpected surprises” to keep them engaged within the workplace. Incorporating the additional amenities from the alleys into the workplace will inspire them. Talent and innovation will be brought to Market Street, proposing to re-imagine new developed “alleyway” neighborhood for the community.

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The Alleyway

Existing Work Zones

“Off-Street” Work Zones

Main Alley (Nomadic)

Potential design considerations in alleys that can be applied within a workplace:

+ Flexible Circulation + Eco-Friendly + “Off-Street” Amenities + Unique Experiences

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SIGNAGE

LIGHTING

ECO-FRIENDLY

Used for wayďŹ nding and branding

Ambiance and Atmospheric

Plants and daylight bring a healthier atmosphere

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THE INTEGRATION OF ALLEYS Conceptually, there are two existing volumes on each side that are known to be the “exposed buildings.” The alley is the narrow lane for the employees and visitors to circulate through the main access, shortcuts, or other spaces. The main alley leads to a variety of workspaces, ranging from collaborative to private.

LLDRB SUBMITTAL SEPTEMBER 13, 2016

FOR PERMIT

OFFICESCAPES 1445 T-IMARKET ST SUITE 100, DENVER, CO 80202

Steelcase’s Magnetic Whiteboards

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PROJECT DATE:

NEXT FLOOR PLAN - NTS

2017.05.19

It is used as a partition wall to create a work-life balance. It encourages creativity and interaction.


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MONARCH’S MIGRATION A Memorial for Civic Action in Washington, DC IDEC - Fall 2017 - 3 Weeks

RECOGNITION IDEC Student Design Competition 2018 Studio Finalist CONCEPT A memorial space for civic action was designed to reflect on the appreciation of immigration and equality in a diverse and dynamic atmosphere. It is a spiritual space where visitors together can express and reflect in a transcendent setting. The memorial’s design creates an inviting space based on the selection of materials and playful interactions of light. The transformation of light serves as the main feature of the space, symbolizing how immigrants migrated to find new life. Monarch’s Migration illustrates the sense of meaning and purpose of the world. The design allow visitors to reflect on equality while fostering a sense of community. The natural forms, patterns, and migration of a Monarch butterfly, which is a commonly understood representation of new life and beginnings, served as the main conceptual inspiration. The symbolism discovers how daylight migrates throughout the day.

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Corten Steel Panel A Custom-built steel panel, the main design feature in the memorial, is thoughtfully structured with tension rods, using bolts to screw it on to the columns, which allows light to playfully enter the space.

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Entry Way + Reflect + Envision + Transform

Lecture Hall + Listen + Inspire + Navigate 12


Light Studies Study models were used to demonstrate how natural daylight can transform into dynamic spaces, casting different appearances throughout the course of the day.

FLOOR PLAN - NTS

Concrete Gray Reclaimed Wood

Corten Steel

Knoll Textiles

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Limestone

Spruce Wood


SIT AND SPIN’S THE SOLAR CYCLE A Laundromat Cafe with Efficient, Circadian Lighting RBT - Spring 2018 - 4 Weeks

RECOGNITION Robert Bruce Thompson Annual Student Light Fixture Competition Second Place National Winner - 2018 CONCEPT The Solar Cycle is inspired by the energy used to transition from day to night. Each day is new, bringing different moments with the same purpose - encouraging positivity and putting customers first. Lighting in a laundromat cafe is an effective feature that can bring value to customers, specifically towards the atmosphere that they are in and what task they are performing. It is important to understand why and how the Solar Cycle is applied in a particular space. The day/night concept is also inspired by the different times of day - how a customer’s mood can change based on the transformation of light from day to night. Different phases of natural daylight will affect how the solar LED lights interact within the interior of the laundromat cafe. The Solar Cycle is a color-tunable, human centric luminaire with a color spectrum that changes depending on the time of day. It completes and mimics the natural cycle of an entire course of the day. The Solar Cycle contains less blue wavelength at night time to not disrupt the circadian rhythms.

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Top View

2’ Radius

1’ Radius

6” Radius

Section

5.

The Solar Cycle is connected to a rotator engine that is operated through a programmable smart system, controlling the efficiency and color of lighting. The middle screw channel is attached to a rotator to allow it to move throughout the day. The pace of the rotator depends on the intensity of daylight, which powers the Solar Cycle.

4.

6.

Product / Materiality 1. Polycarbonate Cover 3. 1.

2. Screw Channel

3.

3. Linear LED Strips (Color-Tunable) 2.

4. Aluminum Rod 5. Rotator Engine

1.

6. Rotator 16


The Solar Cycle is installed directly on top of the work station, offering functional lighting for customers to easily detect stains, matching colors, and wrinkles before washing their clothes. As customers are waiting for their clothes to wash / dry, the laundromat provides a cafe that has a barista bar, serving pastries, per-prepared food and espresso drinks.

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BASKERVILL INTERNSHIP Experiencing Hospitality Design in Washington, DC June 2017 - August 2017, December 2018 - January 2019

CONTEXT I assisted in designing a variety of hospitality projects, during the schematic and design development phases, which involved making selections for a Conceptual Hotel Prototype, Residence Inn Prototype, the Gaylord National Boardrooms, and the New Orleans Marriott. This consisted of assisting the lead designer on preparation for presentations to various brand teams and several other projects. I assembled imagery that supported concepts and developed designs for each project through construction documentation and FF&E using Revit. CONCEPTUAL HOTEL - PUBLIC SPACE The Conceptual Hotel prototype, partnering with Marriott, was one of the main projects on which I assisted where I had a huge design role throughout the schematic and design development process. It was the only project that I consistently worked on throughout my summer and winter internship at Baskervill. I took initiative on space planning, selection of materials and finishes, building design features, consulting with sales reps, and construction documents. The rendered perspective of the Conceptual Hotel Prototype, shown on the right, is one of the revisions during the design process. The location is in the main lobby area and I assisted on the space planning, furniture selection, and finishes, but not the rendering. The rendering gives a visual perspective of some of my design decisions coming to life.

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The Main Lobby As an intern during the summer and winter, I continuously assisted on the Conceptual Hotel public space prototype. The lead designer and I took initiative on the layout of the public space, also including the selection of furniture and finishes that gave a warm, industrial feel with pops of color to add contrast to the space.

Timber Oxford Sofa

Ladderback Lounge Chair

The Pantry I built revit families that related to the concept. For the pantry, I designed a few options for a bar cart that gave an industrial, refined look within the pantry. The bar cart offered multiple shelving units to display the hotel’s food and products for easy access.

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3 Top Cocktail Table


LM-217 LM-217TPB

LM-218 LM-218

LM-219 LM-219B

LM-218

LM-219 LM-219B

LM-218

LM-219 LM-219B

LM-218

LM-219 LM-219 LM-219B LM-219B

LM-217 LM-217TPB

LM-218 LM-218

V-308 TYP.

LM-219 LM-219 LM-219B LM-219B

TF-005

LM-219 LM-219B

LM-218

LM-219 LM-219B

LM-218

LM-219 LM-219B

LM-218 LM-218

WP-001

WP-001

LM-218 LM-218

LM-218

RESTAURANT

LM-208

LM-208

LM-208

LM-208

V-308 COFFEE BREWER

LM-206

LM-213

LM-213

TS-005

TF-005 LM-212 XX-XXX

LM-212

LM-212 LM-209

LM-212

LM-212

LM-212

LM-212

LM-212

LM-209 LM-212

LM-220

LM-209 LM-212

LM-212

LM-212

DISPOSER & PRE-RINSE

LM-220

WP-001

V-308

TS-006

LM-214

LM-205

ESPRESSO MAKER

V-315

LM-207

DISHWASHER

LM-220

LM-202

AMBIENT HEATED PLATE PLATE POS DISPENSERPRINTER DISPENSER

LM-207

BAR TF-004

CPT

XX-XXX

LM-223

LM-205

LM-224

LM-002

LM-220

LM-202

LM-003

LM-220

HAND SINK

CT

CLEAN PANS

IC R T N O

LM-220

FP-001 XX-XXX

POT RACK

LM-220

V-315

XX-X

TS-008

V-307

SCULLERY SINK

IC R T N O

V-307 CT-001

XX-XXX

PT-009

TF-005 V-307

LM-200

V-308 TYP.

WT-002

SELF-SERVE COFFEE BAR

V-307

PANTRY

LM-301

LOUNGE

LM-222

LM-300

WT-002

LM-222

WP-001

CT ID28

LM-203

CPT

WP-001

TS-006

LM-228 CT

CPT LM-207

LM-203

LM-222

RECEPTION

LM-201

LM-207

LM-001

LM-207

LM-207

LIBRARY

V-312

LM-207

LM-207

CABINETRY TO REFLECT RECEPTION MILLWORK

LM-222

LM-204

LM-300

LM-200

LM-301 WP-001

LM-305

TS-006 V-308

ID28

V-309

V-308

WT-002

WT-002

XX-XXX

TF-005

TS-005

BOARDING PASS PRINT CENTER

XX-XXX

WP-001

XX-X

BANQUETTE SEATING

LM-201

LM-204

BANQUETTE SEATING XX-XXX

ID28

XX-XXX

VESTIBULE

INSET WALK OFF MAT EM-001

PUBLIC SPACE FLOOR PLAN - NTS

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1

LOBBY AREAS - FURNITURE SCALE: 1/4" = 1'-0"


REFERENCE NOTES 1

4

402

402

WP-001

METAL ROD SYSTEM SHELVING, TYP.: BRUSHED BRASS CONNECTORS, ANTIQUED DARK BRONZE RODS, AND 3/4" THK WALNUT WOOD SHELVES

1 3/4" TRIM TYP. WD-001

DARK ANTIQUE BRASS SCREEN & FRAME

A.

REFER TO DESIGN STANDARDS "LOBBY AREAS" C FOR MAIN REQUIREMENTS RELATED TO THIS SHE ARCHITECT IS RESPONSIBLE FOR DESIGNING PRO ACCORDANCE WITH THE ENTIRE DESIGN STANDA

B.

REFER TO THE 700 SERIES CRITERIA PLANS FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION.

1.

COORDINATE POWER AND PLUMBING FOR ALL EQUIPMENT.

2.

FINISH COVER PLATES AND RECEPTACLES IN ALL MILLWORK PIECES TO MATCH ADJACENT FINISH C

GENERAL NOTES

BIFOLDING CABINET DOORS W/ METAL MESH INSERT BEST BREWS SIGNAGE

WP-001

CRITERIA NOTES

COORDINATE ELEC. OUTLETS

COORDINATE ELEC. OUTLETS

CRITERIA NOTES ARE SHOWN CATEGORIZED BY DIS AND COULD BE INTERPRETED TO APPLY TO MORE TH DISCIPLINE. FOR EFFICIENCY, NOTES ARE ONLY SHO UNDER ONE PREDOMINANT DISCIPLINE. CONSULTAN SHOULD FAMILIARIZE THEMSELVES WITH ALL CRITER NOTES.

CT-003

MATTE BLACK PLAM. OPEN SHELVES FOR BARWARE

REFRIGERATOR

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2"

2' - 5 1/2"

2"

5' - 8"

4"

4' - 5 1/2"

GENERAL

3' - 4" 1 3/4"1' - 0"

DARK ANTIQUE BRASS SCREEN & FRAME

MATTE BLACK PLAM. OPEN SHELVES FOR BARWARE

REFRIGERATOR

RB-005

4

MR-001

BAR ELEVATION - BACK SCALE: 1/2" = 1'-0"

WB-001

3

WD-001

FOOT REST & BAR: DARK ANTIQUE BRASS

BEER TAP

3' - 4" BAR ELEVATION - CLOSED 4' - 5 1/2"

COAT HOOK 20' - 1 1/2"& USB PORT

4' - 4 3/4"

4' - 5 1/2"

V-316 FABRIC WRAPPED PANEL W/ DARK ANTIQUE BRASS FRAME

3' - 4"

SCALE: 1/2" = 1'-0"

1 3/4"1' - 0"

20' - 1 1/2"

2' - 11 1/4"

2' - 7 3/4"

2" 11' - 0"

1' - 5 3/4"

4"

5' - 8"

SCALE: 1/2" = 1'-0"

2' - 8"

3' - 6"

Custom-Built Ottoman with Tray

WB-001

WB-001

3

SCALE: 1/2" = 1'-0"

BAR SERVICE ENTRY ELEVATION

3' - 6"

2' - 10"

3' - 6"

2' - 7 1/4"

2"

1

WD-001

FOOT REST & BAR: DARK ANTIQUE BRASS

BEER TAP

BAR ELEVATION - CLOSED

Bar Stool with Hanger PVC

COAT HOOK & USB PORT

V-316 FABRIC WRAPPED PANEL W/ DARK ANTIQUE BRASS FRAME

P/Kaufmann Pattern

SCALE: 1/2" = 1'-0"

BAR ELEVATION - OPEN

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SCALE: 1/2" = 1'-0"

3/4"1' - 0"

2' - 6 1/2"

2' - 6 1/2" 8' - 10"

11 BAR SIDE ELEVATION 9

2' - 8"

3' - 5"

3' - 6"

CT-003

WD-001

MATTE BLACK PLAM PANEL 2' BEYOND - 6 1/2" 2" LM-001

3' - 6"

TYP. BRACKET AND FOOT RAIL FINISH: DARK 9" ANTIQUE BRONZE TYP. BRACKET FOOT RAIL 2' - 5AND 1/2" FOOT 2" RAIL FINISH: DARK WB-001 ANTIQUE BRONZE FOOT RAIL

3' - 5"

2' - 9 1/4"

6' - 6" 10' - 0"

USB PORT AND USB PORT AND COAT HOOK 1/8" TH. COAT HOOK 1/8" TH. FINISH: DARK FINISH: DARK ANTIQUE BRONZE ANTIQUE BRONZE WD-001

10"

3' - 4"

BIFOLDING CABINET DOORS W/ METAL MESH INSERT

CT-003

1' - 5 1/2"

4' - 5 1/2"

2"

LM-400

4' - 4 3/4"

1 3/4"1' - 0"

LM-400

4' - 5 1/2"

2' - 9 1/4"

3' - 4"

3' - 4"

CRITERIA

CRITERIA NOTES ARE SHOWN AND COULD BE INTERPRETED DISCIPLINE. FOR EFFICIENCY, N UNDER ONE PREDOMINANT DIS SHOULD FAMILIARIZE THEMSE NOTES. A0

ARCHITECTURAL

ID0

INTERIOR DESIGN

referenced from: 400

5' - 8"

CT-003 BEYOND

COORDINATE ELEC. OUTLETS

WB-001

SCALE: 1/2" = 1'-0"

9"

FINISH COVER PLATES AND MILLWORK PIECES TO MATC

REFRIGERATOR

BEER TAP PROVIDED BY OTHERS

2' - 8"

WD-001

11' - 0"

3' - 5"

CT-003

1' - 5 3/4"

LM-400

2.

WP-001

2"

LM-400 BEST BREWS BIFOLDING SIGNAGE CABINET DOORS W/ METAL MESH INSERT COORDINATE ELEC. OUTLETS

CT-003

WOOD SHELVES

2' - 9 1/4"

BIFOLDING CABINET DOORS W/ METAL MESH INSERT

11 BAR SIDE ELEVATION 4"

4' - 4 3/4"

WD-001

WB-001

8' - 10"

4' - 5 1/2"

REFER TO DESIGN STANDA FOR MAIN REQUIREMENTS ARCHITECT IS RESPONSIBL ACCORDANCE WITH THE EN

B. REFER TO THE 700 SERIES ADDITIONAL INFORMATION. INTERIOR DESIGN ID0 METAL ROD SYSTEM SHELVING, TYP.: BRUSHED BRASS CONNECTORS, ANTIQUED DARK 1. COORDINATE POWER AND P BRONZE RODS, AND EQUIPMENT. 3/4" THK WALNUT

11' - 0"

3' - 6"

2' - 6 1/2"

TYP. BRACKET AND FOOT RAIL FINISH: DARK ANTIQUE BRONZE FOOT RAIL

402

referenced from: 400

3' - 4"

1 3/4" TRIM TYP.

CT-003

WD-001

402

A.

MR-001

20' - 1 1/2"

LM-400

USB PORT AND COAT HOOK 1/8" TH. FINISH: DARK ANTIQUE BRONZE

SCALE: 1/2" = 1'-0"

4

WP-001

1' - 5 3/4"

9"

BAR ELEVATION - BACK

1

3' - 6"

4"

2' - 10"

5' - 8"

1' - 5 3/4"

ARCHITECTURAL

REFERENC

RB-005

Besides partaking in space planning, I also assisted on designing different variations of the bar on AutoCad. I attended meetings with Marriott, discussing revisions that needed to be made in the construction documents. I would take notes on all that is needed to be revised. I took initiative on making all of the changes in the construction documents, specifically if symbols were properly tagged, fixing RCPs, and remodeling revit families. 2"

A0

WB-001

The Bar / Restaurant

2' - 6 1/2"

REFRIGERATOR

BEER TAP PROVIDED BY OTHERS

WD-001

referenced from: 400 3' - 4"

20' - 1 1/2" 4' - 5 1/2"

4' - 4 3/4"

4' - 5 1/2"

3' - 4"


E0

The Fireplace

TYP. V-318

LM-409

13 324

WP-001

S0

X-600TV55 X-600WMT55

TW-005

6 3/8"

9' - 8"

PT-009

6' - 8"

2' - 9"

SCALE:

V-317

OPEN TO CORRIDOR BEYOND

2' - 2 5/8"

FIREPLACE 3D VIEW

TW-005

TS-008

11' - 0"

11' - 0"

9' - 5"

WP-001

2' - 9" 5' - 5"

The Library

EQ

13

TW-005

The concept of the library is to give it a “collective” look through abstract art and the way it is implemented through the space. I suggested ideas on how LM-400 the collective artwork should be designed based on the vintage modern concept. V-308 One of our challenges was to portray the “collective design” without V-308 displaying physical objects (books, sculptures, etc). 324

9' - 5"

TW-005

8" 2' - 5 3/8"

1"

LM-219 LM-219B (TYP)

SCALE: 1" = 1'-0"

TEMPLATE 2017.2 1/14/2019 3:48:30 PM

TS-008

PT-009

9

4' - 11" 9' - 9 1/4"

10

D

METAL STUD

3/4" PLY'WD PANEL

8" 3" 1' - 4"

1' - 4 5/8"

2

324

13

324

2' - 4 7/8"

FIREPLACE ELEVATION

1

LM-220

SCALE: 1/2" = 1'-0"

FIREPLACE PLAN SCALE: 1/2" = 1'-0"

referenced from: 300

LM-218 (TYP)

2

LOBBY ELEVATION SCALE: 1/4" = 1'-0"

PT-010

V-307 V-308

TW-005

LM-219 LM-219B (TYP)

LM-206

PT-009

FP-001

LM-214

LM-205

LM-209

PT-016

1

LM-212

LM-213

LM-207

LOBBY ELEVATION SCALE: 1/4" = 1'-0"

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LM-208

WT-002

LM-218 (TYP)

LM-217 LM-217TPB

12' - 0"

LM-500-ALT-7 TYP.

10' - 0" 11' - 0"

LM-403

OPEN TO CORRIDOR BEYOND

2' - 9 1/2"

X-101 X-102 5' - 4 3/4"

X-101 X-102

7 1/2"

12' - 0"

2' - 9"

13 FIREPLACE SECTION

14

TW-005

324

FP-001

1' - 1"

2' - 8"

TW-005

1' - 4"

11' - 0"

V-308

X-101 X-102

3/4" PLY'WD PANEL

1"

LM-600TV65 LM-600WMT65

TS-008

11 1/2"

V-308

3' - 1"

1' - 8" 5' - 0 3/8"

BLOCKING

1' - 4 5/8"

PT-019

DIMPLEX ELECTRONIC FIRE BOX FP-001

1' - 3 3/4"

PT-010

9 12' - 5 3/4" 9' - 8 1/2"

1' - 3 3/4"

SCALE: 1/4" =3241'-0"

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DIMPLEX ELECTRONIC FIRE BOX FP-001

8" 3"

SCALE: 1/2" = 1'-0"

EQ

11' - 0"

11' - 0"

LOBBY ELEVATION

SCALE: 1/2" = 1'-0"

1' - 4"

9' - 8 1/2" 12' - 4 1/2"

FIREPLACE ELEVATION

9' - 10 1/4"

BLOCKING

WB-001

1' - 4"

2

2' - 6 5/8"

3' - 0 1/4"

3

8 3/8"

2 LAYERS OF 3/4" PLY'WD

1' - 4"

10 FIREPLACE ELEVATION

TV OUTLET

METAL STUD

TW-005

LM-207

8" 1' - 4"

TV NICHE

TW-005

LM-231

8"

2' - 7 1/2"

PAINTED 1/2" GYP. PT-019

3/4" PLY'WD PANEL

LM-207

LA-001

2' - 7 1/2"

TW-005

LM-230

LM-600TV65 LM-600WMT65

1' - 8 1/2"

1' - 8 1/2"

DIMPLEX ELECTRONIC FIRE BOX FP-001

8" 3" 1' - 0 1/2"

FP-001

1' - 8 1/2"

2' - 11 3/8"

TS-008

5' - 5"

I took initiative on tagging symbols and revising the detail drawings.

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BASKERVILL INTERNSHIP Experiencing Hospitality Design in Washington, DC June 2017 - August 2017, December 2018 - January 2019

NEW ORLEANS MARRIOTT - BURGER BAR Houston Tyner, a professional architecture corporation, handed the project to Baskervill on assisting the design for Marriott’s new burger bar. The inspiration of the design is to bring the vibrancy of New Orleans within space, while giving it a rustic, industrial look. During the schematic phase, I helped the lead designer on selecting proper materials and finishes that went along with the concept that the architecture firm provided. I also suggested outdoor furnishings that would go well with the outdoor part of the restaurant.

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Sherwin Williams Chalkboard Paint Selected a penny, metallic tile finish, from Tile Bar, to resemble the vibrant night lights of New Orleans.

New Amsterdam, White Oak Interior Wood Paneling, from Resawn Timber, to bring warmth and add texture.

White Subway Tile from Daltile Schweiss Operable Bifold Garage Doors that lead to outdoor seating during appropriate weather.

Selected a dark grey matte tile to add contrast to the metallic finish.

Hotel Guest Entry

Street Entry

Proper selection of stacked seating allows more space for storage.

Duo Cafe Table Square 95 Janus et Cie

Tate Dining Table Square 75 Janus et Cie

Palma Stacking Arm Chair Restoration Hardware

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BASKERVILL INTERNSHIP Experiencing Hospitality Design in Washington, DC June 2017 - August 2017, December 2018 - January 2019

ANNAPOLIS WATERFRONT HOTEL - KING GUEST ROOM Baskervill was given the project to envision the concept of the guest room as “fair winds and following seas�, which is a farewell phrase known to wish someone a safe travel while at sea. This brings a sense of comfort and security to any travel, which is what Baskervill wants to bring to guests at the Annapolis Waterfront Hotel. Design elements for the guest room will have organic patterns in materials and finishes that will portray the graceful movement of the wind and seas. Given this project during the early schematic phase, I assisted on designing the furnishings and selecting materials that bring comfort and security during their stay.

Scheme 1

Scheme 2

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EXISTING

The wooden bed base is designed with a woven, canning detail to add texture and complement the atmosphere of the space.

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To keep the consistency of the organic patterns, the dresser is built with rounded edges along with the nightstands. The dresser consists of cubbies, wide drawers, and refrigerator cavity.


MARKER RENDERING Graphic Communication Fall 2018

CONTEXT Learning techniques on how to form variations of line weights, marker styles and strokes, and layering through a select brand of pens and markers. The practice is knowing how to render different tone and color combinations and how the marker strokes react to each other, specifically simple planes, forms, and spaces. Throughout the duration of a semester-long course, there are select sketches and marker renderings based on discovering color and rendering techniques that could be applied through interior design. Some examples include rendering altered states, material simulations, and interior perspectives.

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CONTACT katieg15@vt.edu (703) 371 2335 /katieguillen /katieguillen


THANK YOU If you would like to see more of my work, specifically my Gensler Summer Internship Research project, thesis research on circadian lighting in hospitality, or my semester-long project on construction documents, please visit my issuu page. Hope to hear from you!

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