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lelani van der goot interior design portfolio 2018


lelani van der goot interior design portfolio 2018


Table of Contents

1. Residential

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2. Residential - Kitchen

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3. Residential - Bathroom

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4. Hospitality - Hotel

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5. Institution - Stollery Clinic

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6. Office - Corporate

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7. Institution - Community Center

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8. Scholarship- Procura

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9. Conclusion and References

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RESIDENTIAL

LIVING ROOM

BEDROOM 2

BASEMENT

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BUILDIG SECTION A

A building section show the first acquired skills in AutoCAD. The section shows wall construction for basement, exterior walls, stair as well as roof construction.

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KITCHEN

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ISLAND NORTH ELEVATION

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ISLAND SECTION

CABINET LAYOUT 1

BULKHEAD DETAIL

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CABINET-OVEN INTERSECTION

In the ficticious Fischer Kitchen I was required to do a new kitchen layout which, besides the cabinet selection, included some walls to be demolished and new arches to be incorporated. The cabinet typicals that was used in this projects were provided by Huntswood. Finishes and hardware were selected and presented in schedules. All these and the required details were done using AutoCAD.

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TOE KICK


KITCHEN

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EAST ELEVATION

SOUTH ELEVATION

AutoCAD was also used to draw elevations and sections. It demonstrates the diffirent construction of various tall, wall and base cabinets.

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KITCHEN

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OVEN CABINET SECTION

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WALL AND BASE CABINET SECTION

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3

TALL CABINET SECTION


BATHROOM

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EAST ELEVATION

SOUTH ELEVATION

Another assignment that was completed using AutoCAD was the Churchill Bathroom project. Besides illustrating the sections, details and floorplan, AutoCAD was also used to illustrate the tile selection and layout.

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BATHROOM

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SECTION THRU PT. HT. WALL

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VANITY SECTION

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SOUTH ELEVATION


HOSPITALITY

The very first design project was a condo-hotel. Here the concept of Barrier Free Design was introduced and applied throughout the design. From Reception throug the corridors to the condos themselves were Universal Design. This being the first design project meant the only rendering tools available at that time was my two hands, and these are my illustrations of my “The Social Condo-Hotel�.

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HEALTHCARE

Conceptual sketch Floorplan In a team project, which was a Children’s Stollery Ambulatory clinic, my contribution towards our presentation was two renderings using two different software. The concept was ‘earthy’ and a treehouse came to mind.

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HEALTHCARE

Nurse Station resembling a treehouse

The model, which included the Nurse station as well as the treelike bulkhead and column disguised as a tree, was first built in Sketchup, then rendered in Irender. The floor plan was rendered in Photoshop. The leaf motive on the floor is clearly visible and grounds the reception area in the playfull treehouse design. The team name and Logo was my inisiative, Q4 stands for the four queens in our goup. The logo was designed and rendered in Photoshop

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CORPORATE OFFICE

Workspace must be playspace. In an advertising firm creativity and freedom of ideas, are at the order of the day. An open space with an abundance of collaborative areas makes this office design a creative hub while serving all needs of it’s employees. A peacock green with accents of neutral colours such as grey and raw pine is the scheme for this design. The lines of a capitol X , the same as in Xactly, is the inspiration of the diagonal lines and crosses dominating the furniture layout as well as the accessories and wall artwork.

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1. Reception

2. Floorplan

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3’ 1’

SECTION THRU STAIR

6’

3. Principal’s Office

4. Big Meeting Room

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6’

Designed by Lani van der Goot Feb 28, 2018

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3’

Small CLuster Area

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6’

3’

6’

1’ Principal’s Office

Normann Copenhagen Collection

3’ 1’

6’

Feature Wall

BRANCH ENERGY

1. Frosty White Laminate 2. White Oak Polyflor Luxury Vinyl 3. Allsteel Alloy Peacock Polyurethane 4. Allsteel Leather Fog Upholstery 5. Allsteel Phantom Ecru Laminate 6. Shaw Floors Titaniom Tecture Broadloom Carpet

COMPANY

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1 3 5 Materials and Finishes

ELEVATION OF RECEPTION 3’

3’

Workstations

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6’

Hallway

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3’ 6’

Big Cluster Area

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Designed by Lani van der Goot FEb 28, 2018 2

In the corporate office project, students were challenged to use the modular furniture brands carried by Staples to furnish an office. I mainly used Allsteel furniture for my project, especially the Normann Coppenhagen Series. This was an individual project and with this project I used Revit to build my model and rendered my presentation images in Render Cloud As part of a different assignment in the semester before, we were required to compose construction drawings for a corporate office; this was done using AutoCAD. To make the presentation boards I used Adobe Illustrator.

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CORPORATE OFFICE

7 Principal Office

Reception Feature wall between open office area and staff room

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CORPORATE OFFICE

Reception/waiting area

Floor plan

Staff room

For the floor plan and all the Revit renderings I used Photoshop for the final enhancement.

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COMMUNITY CENTER

ASE CABINET SECTION

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SECTION THRU ROLLEER SCREEN DOOR

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ELEVATION OF RECEPTION DESK

SECTION THRU ROLLEER SCREEN DOOR

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OVEN CABINET SECTION

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WALL AND BASE CABINET SECTION

SECTION THRU RECEPTION DESK

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TALL CABINET SECTION

After designing a community center, students were given the task to translate the design into construction drawings. This page contains some of those drawings; they include ceiling drawings, the reception elevation and section and a electrical roller door section.

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COMPETITION PROCURA

The real estate development company Procura offered an extracuricular competition for students studying at NAIT in the fields of Architectural Technology, Interior Design Technology, Alternative Energy Technology, Landscaping Technology and Business. In a colaborative effort, teams had to come up with a sustainable proposal for the renovation of the Kingsway Professional building. There were six teams and I was part of team 2. My team’s proposal suggested the transformation of the old building into a 19 storey condominium building with retail space on the main floor and offices on the second floor.

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COMPETITION PROCURA

18 th Floor

19 th Floor This opportunity presented a great platform for students to showcase the skills developed over the two-year program. I was privileged enough to be part of an amazing team and we came up with this breathtaking design of The Monarch. With my fellow Interior Design student teammate, we layed out the floorplans for all 19 floors and I was charged with the renderings of the top two penthouse floor plans and suite design.

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COMPETITION PROCURA

Onyx Penthouse

Tanzanite Penthouse

The penthouse suites were named after gem stones and above is illustrated the Tansanite and Onyx suites.

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COMPETITION PROCURA

A typical penthouse living area

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COMPETITION PROCURA

Typical bathroom A typical penthouse bedroom

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CONCLUSION AND REFERENCES

I am a passionate student of interior design and it is my life misssion to improve, learn and enjoy this gracious industry.

My references: Dr Colette Mackensie 1 782 327 9940

Dr Peter Karczmarczyk 1 780 689 1449 Dr Rohan Rossouw 1 780 832 5352

Lewis Semashkewich 1 780 689 1770

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