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The Cornelius Mixed Use. Adaptive Reuse. Hospitality DATE Spring 2011 LOCATION Portland, OR DURATION 1 Semester Individual Project CONCEPT To rehabilitate the old Cornelius Hotel into an affordable hostel geared towards younger outdoor recreational travelers. Guests experience a transition from the past to the present with a strong centralized connection that encourages gathering. This energy is carried throughout the building through transparencies, floor to floor relations and connection to the surrounding parks, with a focus on sustainable design strategies and support for the local community of Portland.

DESIGN GOALS +Create an affordable, destination hostel for young travelers +Promote and support the active community, eco-tourism, and recreational tourists +Preserve historic features while contrasting it with modern day standards +Support the local community through the use of local artwork, materials, custom made furniture, and food +Create an atmosphere where both locals and tourists can dwell together +Design sustainably by using eco-friendly and recycled products, passive cooling strategies, and natural day lighting

PROGRAM A. Lobby B. Central transition gathering space C. Fuse Bistro D. Recreation Rentals E. Central staircase F. Central lounges G. Rooms H. Live-able roof I. Offices J. Storage K. Laundry

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Basement Floor Plan

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First Floor Plan

CORE CONNECTION CIRCULATION AIR FLOW

PUSHING AND PULLING GRAND ENTRY CONNECTIONS TO OUTSIDE

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BETWEEN C E N T R A L G A T H E R I N G TRANSITION OLD AND NEW CONNECTING HISTORIC WITH THE MODERN FUSES QUIET LOBBY WITH THE SOCIAL BISTRO ENCOURAGES GATHERING

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INSPIRATION IMAGES PRESERVED HISTORIC ELEMENTS

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COMMUNAL DINING EXPERIENCE SMALL LOCAL MENU PRESERVED WOOD STORE FRONT

FLOOR MOVED TO GROUND LEVEL ACCESSIBILITY GRAND ENTRY

CELESTORY WINDOWS AND VAULT LIGHTING BRING IN NATURAL LIGHTING TO THE BASEMENT

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LOCAL ARTWORK DOUBLE-HUNG WINDOWS ROOM OPTIONS WITH PRICE DIFFERENCES

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Studio inc. Commercial + Office + Systems Furn DATE Fall 2010 LOCATION Minneapolis, MN DURATION 8 weeks Individual Project CONCEPT

Studio Inc. is a multi-disciplinary architecture and interior design firm. The of is inspired by the energetic shapes and dynamic qualities of origami and the connections it has to an office environment. Through the use of skewed geo dramatic angles, the origami inspired structures form the collaborative space minds come together. The use of cement, glass and 3-form eco resin mimic original warehouse district office. Clean lines and crisp whites contrast with pops of color, creating a visually stimulating and fun atmosphere to create in

DESIGN GOALS

+Design a new office within the parameters of a rectangular floor plan +Design a creative, stimulating and collaborative atmosphere +Design a sense of community within the office environment +Use of systems furniture, work surfaces, updated office technology and wh

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PRO GRAM

A. Lobby/Reception B. Display Area C. Open/Social Enclaves D. Private/ Quiet Enclaves E. General Presentation Room F. Training/ Teleconferencing Room G. Administration Team [1] Director of Operations [1] MIS Director [1] Accounting Director [1] Administrative Assistant [1] Receptionist/ Administrative Assistant [1] Marketing Coordinator H. Retail Studio [1] Senior Interior Designer/ Principal [1] Intern Architect [3] Interior Designers [1] Technical Designer I. Resource Library [1] Resource Manager [2] Summer Interns J. Kitchen K. Corporate Studio [1] Architect/ Principle [1] Intern Architect [1] Senior Interior Designer [5] Interior Designers [2] Technical Designers L. Health care Studio [1] Senior Interior Designer/ Principal [1] Architect [4] Interior Designers [1] Assistant Interior Designer [1] Technical Designer M. Education Studio [1] Architect/ Principal [1] Intern Architect [1] Senior Interior Designer [3] Interior Designers [1] Technical Designer N. Small Conference

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Studio Inc Floor Plan 11,500 sq ft

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ORIGAMI INFLUENCE

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PROCESS DRAWINGS

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PARTITION WALL FOR PATIENT PRIVACY EASILY CLEANABLE SURFACES AND MATERIALS

Kind Kare Health Care. IDEC Competition. DATE Fall 2010 DURATION 2 weeks Group Project CONCEPT

Kind Kare is a sliding scale health care clinic that has a calming and comfort environment where every individual feels welcome. By incorporating nature, a lighting, curvilinear and wheelchair accessible spaces, the patient is able to c through the building with ease. The use of cool earth tones creates a soothi relaxing atmosphere

DESIGN GOALS

+Provide organized circulation throughout the space +Provide maximum amount of privacy in every aspect of the space to ensure total plete privacy for each patient +Create a calming environment where every individual feels relaxed, comfortable an +Provide a 100% clean and sterile environment while using sustainable materials a +Provide a clinic where under-privileged families and people of the community can with little to no personal cost

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STEELCASE PRIVACY WALL

HARMONIC ENVIRONMENTS: WEEPING WALL STEELCASE CONFERENCE TABLE

FORBO: MARMOLEUM

STEELCASE OFFICE CHAIR

STEELCASE: STACKABLE CHAIRS

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ADA SCALE 3-FORM WEAVE WALL

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VITRULAN GLASS DECO WALL COVERING

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INSPIRATION IMAGES

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East Section

ACOUSTIC MATERIALS TO DAMPEN NOISE

SCENES OF NATURE HELP REDUCE LEVELS OF PAIN

SMALLER CENTRAL NURSES STATIONS CLOSE TO PATIENTS

SINKS NEAR DOOR ALLOW DOCTOR AND VISITORS TO WASH HANDS BEFORE ENTERING ROOMS ANGLED TO CREATE SIGHT LINES FROM HALLWAYS TO BED

CURVILINEAR CIRCULATION

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Furniture Design Chair Design. Furniture Construction. DATE Spring 2010 DURATION 8 weeks Individual Project CONCEPT

The idea behind the “Hush Hush Chair� was to create a compartmentalized chair with multiple hidden functions. The modern chair first appears to serve only as a seat, but hidden in its folds are functional pull outs and storage spaces. It is made out of layered plywood and recycled wood scraps for the table and drawer.

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GRAPHIC DESIGN Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, In-Design SELF-PORTRAIT

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CREATIVE, DREAMER, COMICAL

G R A D U AT I O N A N N O U N C E M E N T

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SINESS CARD N O N - P R O F I T F LY E R

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Interior Design

208.841.0750 + kayla.e.roach@gmail.com 3 6 5 5 V i l l a Te r r a c e # 5 S a n D i e g o , C A 9 2 1 0 4

Qualifications

TECHNICAL Revit 2011, AutoCAD 2011, CS5; Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe InDesign, 3DS Max 2009, Google Sketchup, Podium Microsoft Office Suite, Windows operating system, Macintosh operating system Hand drafting, hand rendering, model building, lighting design, woodworking, space planning Strong communication skills, client interaction, presentation abiities and board layout

Education University of Idaho 2006-2011

3.40 G PA

Bachelor of Interior Design Architecture minor Art minor

Honors and Awards Nominated: Interior Design Educators Council competition 2010 Nominated: Gensler Brinkman Scholarship 2009 Dean’s List: University of Idaho Member: ASID 2008-2009

Experience

RELATED WORK

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Sales Assistant, Olive Branch Green Building Supply- San Diego, CA Help set up and host “Sustainable North Park” lecture event Production of signage Assist with product sales Study specs and application of sustainable products Visit material production warehouses

Volunteer, The LiveWell Project- San Diego Flyer Design for non-profit event Use of Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator Volunteer, Habitat for Humanity- Moscow, Construction of a house in Palouse, ID Applied mudding

Summer Internship, Kieffer Design Group Maintained material and finish specification Designed presentation boards Developed concept sketches Participated in project critiques/meetings

INTERIOR DESIGN PROJECTS

The Cornelius: Adaptive reuse, historic rehibilitatio January-May 2011, individual project Site and demographic research, case gramming, floor plans, elevations, sections, d and finish specifications and schedules, furni presentation boards IDEC Competition: “Community Health Care” August-September 2010, group project

Research, material and finish specification

Community Wellness Center: Healthcare- Cotton October-December 2010, group project Client interviews, research, programmi fications, furniture schedule, 3D modeling, ren

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ID 2011

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U of I Golf Course Club House: Mixed-use- Moscow, ID February-May 2009, individual project Client interviews, site plans, concept development, floor plans, sections, elevations, detail drawing, material and finish specifications, furniture schedule, 3D modeling, renderings, presentation boards Grain Elevator Restaurant: Adaptive Reuse, Hospitality- Moscow, ID February-May 2009, individual project Programming, site analysis, concept development, as-built drawings, floor plans, sections, elevations, material and finish specifications, lighting plan, furniture schedule, 3D modeling, renderings, presentation boards, logo

ARCHITECTURE PROJECTS

on, hospitality- Portland, OR

Bathhouse- Moscow, ID Hospitality, Wellness, individual project 2009 Conceptual, designing within limitations

studies, site visit, conceptual development, prodetail drawings, construction documents, material ture schedule, site plan, 3D modeling, renderings,

Art Gallery- Moscow, ID Community, Hospitality, individual project 2008 Conceptual, program development

OTHER EXPERIENCES Graphic Design Furniture Design and Construction

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ng, floor plans, site plan, material and finish specinderings

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