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KATY MACY Interior Architecture + Product Design


Interiors Premiere Trimount Law

Product Design Painter’s Palette Form vs. Play Jig

Personal Projects

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INTERIORS spring 2017 Premiere | pizzeria + cinema photoshop | rhino | revit | sketching

This restaurant and retail project revolves around the sequence of comfort and movement throughout a space. Premiere was designed to give customers the opportunity to have the feel of a home movie night while having that special experience of a night on the town. This space is broken up into the restaurant dining area, the dine in movie theatre on the second level, and finally the retail in which customers can pick custom packaging to fill with their favorite flavors of popcorn to take home as a reminder of their experience at Premiere. 5


entrance looking into the restaurant

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location: kansas city, mo prariefire | entertainment + shopping district

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first floor plan

fire escape

server station restaurant

kitchen

bar

host/ waiting

women’s restroom retail

men’s restroom

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connection of retail to restaurant waiting

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fire escape

theatre 1

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theatre 2

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theatre 3


theatre lounge

dine-in theatre 12


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Trimount Law illustrator | photoshop | revit | rhino

This semester long project was a law office based in Boston, MA that our group of 2 spent time test fitting, picking typicals, and working to produce a progressive floor plan that can be inspiration for future law offices to come. Trimount Law is the name of the environmental law firm we created. The main drive behind this design was to keep up with the traditions of seniority while using materiality and office pod placement to open up the space. Having some transparency behind all employees made for a more approachable company we felt clients would be more inclined to trust and enjoy working with. Finally, having the lobby conferences be a shared space for clients and organizations advocating for environmental causes was a way to make Trimount Law an educational platform for anyone who came to experience what this firm was about.


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1 Accounting 13 Marketing 2 Attorney Office 14 Meduim Conference 3 Break Out Space 15 Multipurpose Room 4 Cafe 16 Outdoor Lounge 5 Catering Kitchen 17 Paralegal + LAA 6 Copy + Coffee 18 Partner Office 7 Employee Library 19 Public Library 8 File Room 20 Reception + Waiting 9 Human Resources 21 Small Conference 10 I.T. 22 Storage 11 Large Conference 23 Telephone Room 12 Mail Room 24 War Room

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work lounge surrounded by client conferences

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PRODUCT DESIGN fall 2016 Painter’s Palette cnc | illustrator | photoshop | rhino | sketching | woodwork

Designed for children ages 6-8, the Painter’s Palette provides opportunities for children to explore their individuality and express themselves. The palette’s function is to teach the primary, secondary, and tertiary colors through a system of layering primary color chips over a light source. Once the child has a general knowledge of how colors mix together they can then apply that knowledge with the provided paint kit and create masterpieces on their own. 21


OBSERVE Children flip and play with cards that reveal the makeup of each color

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Use the Painter’s Palette to experiment and learn how colors blend together

Included paint kit lets children mix and create masterpieces of their own.

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PRODUCT DESIGN summer 2016 25

Form vs Play hand modeling | illustrator | sketch up

My design of the playground pieces revolved around adventure and creativity. Origami came to mind because it is a very interactive hobby and each fold and crease eventually come together to create a unique form of art. The space itself is made up of four components: A climbing fort complete with a slide, a geometric tunnel that the children can climb through and over, jumping pads that also act as seating for the observing parents, and finally a fold-able foam box that children can experience the fun of origami. All of that put together ultimately creates a fun, unique space that lets children appreciate the joys of being young.


Using simple moves of folds and rotation, my design gives children the exciting opportunity to explore while also letting parents watch their children and play.

Color choice derived from wanting to accomplish both a fun intrigue to the structure and represent what it means to be a child. In origami orange represents enthusiasm and energy, yellow represents freedom and joy, and white represents purity and innocence. 26


PRODUCT DESIGN fall 2017

Jig | side table 3D printing | rhino | sketching | woodworking

Inspired by the Japanese puzzle box, Jig integrates modern fabrication with traditional woodworking skills. Main joints are created using custom 3D printed pieces that CNC-cut leg forms fit perfectly into. The table itself is special in the fact that the process of putting it together is meant to be very simple because all of the leg pieces can fit into any of the 3D printed parts. Once the user knows what type of leg form fits into each slot, the table can be built in seconds. The simple process of putting the table together is another reason to focus on the modern take of the traditional parquetry method used for the table top. This side table is the prototype for products that can be manufactured quickly and easily and be put together with little to no hardware. I am inspired by the technology that is available to us today and will be exploring this idea further in the years to come.

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PERSONAL PROJECTS 2014- 2018 33

acrylic | glasswork | graphics


graphite | ink | marker | watercolor | woodwork

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katymacy1@gmail.com | 573-821-1465

THANK YOU

Katy Macy Portfolio Spring 2018  

Kansas State University | Interior Architecture + Product Design

Katy Macy Portfolio Spring 2018  

Kansas State University | Interior Architecture + Product Design

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