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M. S I D D A L L WORK EXPERIENCE:

EDUCATION:

2009-Present University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning Major: Interior Design Class of 2014 G.P.A. 3.03/4.0

June-September 2011, January-March 2012 VA Puget Sound Health Care System; Seattle, WA This was a high-responsibility co-op experience in which we were tasked with handling the day-to-day responsibilites at the hospital without a supervisor on site most days. Our tasks included coordinating moves throughout the hospital; space planning; multitasking and meeting frequent deadlines;

2005-2009 Sprague High School, Salem, Oregon G.P.A. 3.93/4.0 Participating in the Professional Practice Co-op Program, alternating

updating directory signage; creating presentation boards; and

June-August, December 2010

ACHIEVEMENTS & AWARDS/ ACTIVITIES:

Creekside Golf Club; Salem, Oregon

College: Cincinnatus Scholarship, James Hoffa Teamsters scholarship, Sunshine Brooks Costco Scholarship, LeadTeam for Collegiate Ministries, Worship Team for Collegiate Ministries, Relay for Life

Summer Job as a receptionist. Handled reservations, updating displays, and general assistance.

High School: National Merit Commended Scholar, Honor Roll (4 yrs), Section Leader (Adv. Choir), Track & Field (3 yrs), Athlete Scholar Award, LinkCrew Leader at Sprague HS, LinkLeader at Morningstar Community Church

July 2008-August 2009 Youth United Committee Habitat for Humanity; Salem, Oregon Responsibilities included running or volunteering at fundraisers, gathering support from local businesses, and hosting events.

SPECIAL SKILLS: July 2008

Computer: Experience with Revit, Maya, Ecotect, Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop, and InDesign, Rhino 3D, SketchUp, two years of experience in AutoCAD, and AutoCAD Architecture.

Job Shadow, Hunt Hale Jones Achitects, San Francisco, California

Hand: Model Building, Architectural Drafting, Hand Rendering, Woodshop Experience, Drawing & Painting Experience.

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SCHOOL ADDRESS: 2409 W Clifton Ave. Apt. 4 Cincinnati, Ohio 45219 PERMANENT ADDRESS: 2784 Cindercone Ct. SE Salem, Oregon 97306 EMAIL: siddalkm@mail.uc.edu PHONE: 503-991-1467


Contents

Fabric Design

Magazine Rendering DAAP Courtyard Photoshop Rendering Clifton Literary Center The McAlpin Condominiums Restaurant Design VA Co-op Personal Work Music Venue


Fabric Design Contents

This was an exercise in designing a fabric pattern and showing it being used in an everyday setting. This fabric pattern was done in Photoshop and Illustrator, with options of different color backgrounds and shown in use as a woven wall covering.


Magazine Rendering Contents

Shown here is an exercise meant to develop our skills in hand rendering by replicating an image from a magazine as closely as possible with marker and colored pencil.


DAAP Courtyard Contents

This set of drawings was our first project meant to introduce us to freehand drafting and accurately representing a space.


Photoshop Rendering Contents

These images are from an early project meant to introduce us to modeling a simple skyscraper in Maya and then rendering the images after the fact in Photoshop.


Clifton Literary Center Contents

The Concept of this project was to create a literary center for the community that would fit in with local culture. These are the final hand-drafted drawings for the project (clockwise from bottom left: First Floor Plan; N-S Section; E-W Section; North Elevation; South Elevation; Second Floor Plan)


Clockwise from bottom left: Process Model; Process Model in street context; Final Model; South Perspective; North Perspective; Rendered Model in Context.


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The challenge of this project was to take a gutted historic building and create a functional one-level apartment that would run the length of the building. The largest issue was that the building was very narrow and only had windows at either end, so we had to create comfortable spaces with very little natural light. The drawings shown here are my first ideas for a floor plan, the section, and then the sketches I did afterwards to better define the parti I wanted to adhere to.

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The McAlpin Condominiums

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Midterm The parti: Using the juxtaposition of several shapes to define separate areas and create energy in the layout. Shown top to bottom: Floor Plan; Section; Process Model.

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Restaurant Design Contents

In this project we were given the ground floor of an old car showroom to re-imagine as a casual restaurant in downtown Cincinnati. The parti I went ahead with was recreating a rustic setting, in this case a backyard garden, into the modern setting of the building. To accomplish this I use a combination of rustic and natural materials set against touches of highly modern materials. Shown above: Restaurant Image Strategy


Midterm Presentation Board


Restaurant Design Contents

Midterm Presentations, Clockwise from left: Floor plan, Dining Area Perspective; Green Wall Perspective.


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Final Presentation Shown left: Floor Plan; Reflected Ceiling Plan; Final Logo.

This page, clockwise from top left: Transverse Section; Open Kitchen Perspective; Bar Perspective; Longitudinal Section; Green Wall Perspective.


VA Co-op Contents

Here I was tasked with choosing a destination accent wall for a clinic in the hospital along with new artwork to be ordered for the space. Clockwise from bottom left: A rendering of the space with the new accent color and artwork in place (the wall has since been painted); the original picture of the clinic; a detail of the materials used in the space; and the artwork chosen. It is worth noting that the other walls in the clinic are not shown in the image, but are a very pale beige.


VA Co-op Contents

This was another clinic where I was tasked with selecting an accent wall color from the new standard color selection, and then again choosing new artwork to help define the space.


VA Co-op Contents

While at the VA, the other intern and I were tasked with choosing 5 accent wall colors that would become the new standards throughout the hospital for spaces such as offices or waiting rooms. Shown here is an image of the presentation board we created to showcase all of the standard materials, and the renderings I did as examples of what the accent walls would look like in an office setting.


Personal Work Contents

These are a few examples of some of the work I have done in my free time. Clockwise from left: A graphite portrait of my brother and his wife as a wedding gift; My interpretation of van Gogh’s “View of Arles, Flowering Orchards”; A self portrait done as a gift to my mother; A landscape Watercolor.


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Music Venue Contents

This is the beginning stages of our current project, which involves turning a condemned Gothic church into a Rock Venue and Music School. As an introduction we are exploring name and logo options, along with a mural wall design. Shown: Logo Iterations; First Mural Design.

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Shown: Second Iteration of Mural Design, Second Iteration of Logo Design


2012 Portfolio  

2012 Interior Design Portfolio University of Cincinnati

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