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KRISTEN WONG VAN HISE INTERIOR DESIGN PORTFOLIO


PROJECT

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GREAT WHITE

Restaurant Design Studio GREAT WHITE is a contemporary take on the classic Cape Cod seafood shack. The proposed location for the restaurant is in Clarendon, Virginia and features fresh and fried seafood, as well as homemade ice cream. The intent of the design is to create a restaurant with a light and relaxed atmosphere that will provide all demographics with an environment that evokes the idea of a get-away to Cape Cod.

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FLOOR PLAN (NTS)

MATERIALS, FINISHES, AND FURNITURE

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INTERIOR ELEVATION: EAST

EXTERIOR ELEVATION: SOUTH

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REFLECTED CEILING PLAN (NTS)

CEILING MATERIALS AND LIGHT FIXTURES

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INTERIOR RENDERING: NORTHWEST VIEW

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INTERIOR RENDERING: SOUTHEAST VIEW

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PROJECT

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TAYLOR GOURMET Light Fixture Design

The custom light fixtures for Taylor Gourmet’s 1750 Pennsylvania Avenue restaurant location were designed using eight-foot geodome climbers. Three geodome climbers that are traditionally used as playground equipment were repurposed with the addition of perforated metal panels and utility lights. The result is a unique and unexpected design element that reflects Taylor Gourmet’s industrial and innovative approach to reusing materials in new and different ways.

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INITIAL SKETCHES: EXPLORATION OF MATERIALS USING TWO JOINED GEODOMES

INITIAL SKETCHES: JOINED GEODOMES VERSUS SINGLE GEODOME

INITIAL SKETCHES: PANEL LAYOUT 8


SKETCH OF PANEL LAYOUT

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SKETCH OF LIGHT FIXTURE LAYOUT


THREE PROPOSED PANEL MATERIALS: POLYCARBONATE, WHITE PEGBOARD, YELLOW-PAINTED PEGBOARD

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INITIAL CONSTRUCTION USING PEGBOARD PANELS

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FINAL PRODUCT USING PERFORATED METAL PANELS

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PROJECT

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HAND RENDERING

Color and Perspective Studies + Hand Sketches This collection of hand renderings is comprised of color and perspective studies, as well as field sketches. These drawings analyze the impact of color on design, as well as demonstrate an understanding of three-dimensional space and the organization of visual information.

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COMPLEMENTARY COLOR SCHEME VALUE STUDY (LEFT) AND COLOR STUDY (RIGHT)

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INTERIOR PERSPECTIVE AND SHADE AND SHADOW 15


INTERIOR PERSPECTIVE AND SHADE AND SHADOW 16


FIELD ELEVATION SKETCH: FEDERAL RESERVE BUILDING + UNION STATION

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FIELD PERSPECTIVE SKETCH: NATIONAL BUILDING MUSEUM + ROBERT GURNEY RESIDENCE

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PROJECT

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CORCORAN COLLEGE OF ART + DESIGN Georgetown Campus Redesign

This group project examined the existing Corcoran College of Art + Design Georgetown building and proposed an innovative new concept. A key observation of the existing space was the heavy walls and distinct levels that contribute to a lack of exchange of ideas across departments and disciplines. To maximize cross-collaboration and inspiration, a new design was proposed that centered around a glass staircase. The glass staircase is an illuminated vertical volume that acts as a Beacon of Light, representing education. By centrally locating the glass staircase cutting through all floors, each level of the building is visually and spatially integrated in an effort to edify the college’s programs, students and faculty.

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BEACON OF LIGHT CONCEPT

SECTION: EAST WEST FACING SOUTH (NTS)

PRINTER/ COPY ROOM

STAIR 3B MATERIALS LIBRARY/ WORKSPACE

DN

UP

MEN'S RESTROOM ELEVATOR

UP

CATWALK/MATERIALS/ DISPLAY

L O C K E R S

SHELVING

COMPUTER CLASSROOM

INFORMAL WORKSPACE LOUNGE

CLASSROOM/CONFERENCE ROOM

COLLABORATIVE CLASSROOM

COMPUTER CLASSROOM

UP

FLOOR PLAN: SECOND FLOOR (NTS) 0'

4'

8'

16'

32'

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STAIR 4B

FAB LAB

BROOKE'S OFFICE GRAPHIC DESIGN DIRECTOR'S OFFICE

DN WOMEN'S BATHROOM

FACULTY OFFICES ELEVATOR RECEPTION

COLLABORATIVE CLASSROOM

LOCKERS

FRIDGE

D/W

COAT CLOSET

COLLABORATIVE CLASSROOM STUDENT LOUNGE / KITCHEN

LOUNGE/GALLERY

DN

CONFIGURATION A

0'

21

4'

8'

16'

32'

CONFIGURATION B

FLOOR PLAN: THIRD FLOOR (NTS)

CONFIGURATION C


INTERIOR ELEVATION: STAIRCASE (NTS)

INTERIOR ELEVATION: MATERIALS LIBRARY + CATWALK (NTS)

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DETAIL: MATERIALS LIBRARY DRAWER (NTS)

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10' - 0" CH

13' - 0" CH

13' - 0" CH

13' - 0" CH

13' - 0" CH

13' - 0" CH 8' - 6" CH

13' - 6" CH 13' - 0" CH 12' - 0" CH

13' - 0" CH

8' - 6" CH

REFLECTED CEILING PLAN: SECOND FLOOR (NTS) 0'

4'

8'

16'

32'

SLOPE

SLOPE

SLOPE

4' - 6" CH @ BOTTOM

SLOPE

SLOPE

10' - 0" CH

12' - 0" CH 12' - 0" CH @ TOP

SLOPE

SLOPE

12' - 0" CH 12' - 0" CH

12' - 0" CH

12' - 0" CH

12' - 0" CH 12' - 0" CH

12' - 0" CH

10' - 0" CH

SLOPE

SLOPE

SLOPE

SLOPE

12' - 0" CH

REFLECTED CEILING PLAN: THIRD FLOOR (NTS) 0'

4'

8'

16'

32'

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PROJECT

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RETAIL AS A PEDAGOGICAL SPACE MA Interior Design Thesis

Americans have created an unsustainable social structure of consumerism that devalues human interaction and community. This social structure, predicated on capitalism, has resulted in a rapid depletion of the earth’s natural resources paralleled by Americans’ ignorance of the implications. Integrating pedagogical tactics into the retail program offers the opportunity to shift the consumer experience from one of impoverishment to one of education and enrichment. By reprogramming the conventions of retail space, a store in DC is proposed to create an immersive and dynamic experience that captures the attention of the consumer. The retail experience thus serves as a catalyst for conversation regarding consumerism and defining the role of a responsible consumer.

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Floor Plans

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4

1

5 2

DOWN

3

UP

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7A UP DOWN

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13A

8

13B

7B

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9

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BASEMENT LEVEL

FIRST LEVEL

1 2 3

4 5 6 7 8 9 10

SCALE: 1/4” = 1’-0”

OFFICE WOMEN’S BATHROOM MEN’S BATHROOM

SCALE: 1/4” = 1’-0”

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MEZZANINE LEVEL SCALE: 1/4” = 1’-0”

SEAMSTRESS 11 CUSTOMER SEWING AREA PACKAGING COUNTER INTERACTIVE FABRIC SWATCHES DISHWARE DISPLAYS SILVER MEDAL BAG WALL DISPLAY UNIKKO 50TH ANNIVERSARY COLLECTION WALL DISPLAY ENTRY AND APP REGISTRATION

THIRD LEVEL

SCALE: 1/4” = 1’-0”

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PRODUCT WAREHOUSE FITTING ROOMS DRESS DISPLAY CLOTHING DISPLAYS

FLOOR PLANS (NTS)

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AXONOMETRIC SKETCH: MARIMEKKO CUSTOMER EXPERIENCE

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FINAL AXONOMETRIC DRAWING: MARIMEKKO RETAIL EXPERIENCE

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RENDERING: CURATED RETAIL EXPERIENCE THROUGH TECHNOLOGY

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RENDERING: FEATURED PRODUCTS

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RENDERING: FEATURE STAIRCASE 31


RENDERINGS: CUSTOMER SEWING AREA + PRODUCT WAREHOUSE 32


KrIsten wong vAn hIse 304 n grAnADA street ArlIngton, vA 22203

Kristen Wong van hise

kristen.l.wong@gmail.com 508.259.7974

KRISTEN WONG VAN interior HISE Design

http://issuu.com/kristenvanhise/ docs/kwvh_portfolio

EDUCATION

CorCoran College of art + Design..............................Washington, DC MA, InterIor DesIgn, MAy 2014 Interior Design Faculty Award for excellence in Design thesis Award University of riChmonD............................................................riChmonD, va Bs, Summa Cum Laude, econoMIcs, MAy 2006

sep 2012 - JAn 2014

EXPERIENCE

grUpo7 arChiteCtUre + interiors...................................Washington, DC Intern • Designed custom light fixtures • Developed a standard FF&e packet • Managed library organization and coordinated with vendors to ensure product samples were up-to-date • Assisted with concept development, finish selections and schedules, specification packets, and client presentations • Attended client design meetings, site surveys, and vendor meetings

JAn 2014 - present

CorCoran College of art + Design..............................Washington, DC grADuAte teAchIng AssIstAnt conteMporAry culture + DesIgn

June 2006 - sep 2012

merCer........................................................................................Washington, DC AssocIAte • led clients through all aspects of the marketing, renewal, and negotiation process relating to their employee benefit plans • presented at client meetings and employee open enrollment meetings • served as the internship program supervisor, which included coordination of intern projects, training, and performance reviews • Developed monthly agenda for analyst meetings and facilitated discussions for approximately thirty colleagues

SKILLS

revit, AutocAD, photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, sketchup, hand rendering, Microsoft Office

PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS AsID, IIDA, nKBA

LEADERSHIP + AWARDS

• hack-the-Box: re-programming the Museum experience, retail team participant • corcoran college of Art +Design AsID student chapter, Fundraising co-chair • national Kitchen + Bath Association 2014 Design competition student winner

INTERIOR DESIGN


Kristen Wong Van Hise