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TA B L E O F C O N T E N T S

MOVE .............................7

SOCIAL STATION ........................9

DATUM ...........................5

RETAIL CLINIC ........................11


ATHLETIC HAND RETAIL ........................15 DRAFTING .................20

DESIGNREBUILD ....................17

TA B L E O F C O N T E N T S

BIOPHILIC DESIGN ......................13 KINEMATICS ................19


OBJECTIVE: Develop a conceptual relief or recovery village that is flexible, mobile, and quick to deploy; Provide safe and comfortable environments for displaced societies

DAT U M

FALL 2017 | SPECIAL FOCUS + POPULATIONS

DESCRIPTION: With the heightened awareness of natural and human-made disasters, responding to such occurrences has been placed front and center on a global stage, now more than ever. The disaster recovery sector is faced with challenges of meeting basic personal needs of impacted individuals while striving for efficiency and effectiveness on an international scale. Through exploration of current advancements, biomimicry, and future innovations, Datum has been developed to support individuals, families, volunteers, etc. in a time of recovery and relief. PROGRAMS: Rhino, VRay, Photoshop, InDesign

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The Stenocara Beetle, or Darkling Beetle, has the ability to collect drinking water from fog or dew collected along the unique texture of its shell. With the repelling and attracting nature of shell’s texture, water collected from the dew or fog follows a path toward the insect’s mouth. This provides inspiration for a water collection system that can be implemented in a disaster situation to collect clean drinking water.

Stenocara Beetle (Stenocara gracilipes)

Concept Imagery

UNITS

General Form

SUPPORT SPACES

UNITS

TOWN CENTER

KEY

PHASE 1 PHASE 2 PHASE 3

Master Site Plan + Phasing

Town Center Programming


GATHERING + DINING

Level 1 Furniture Plan

STORAGE + SLEEPING

BATHING

10’-2” 7’-0”

Level 2 Furniture Plan

FALL 2017 | SPECIAL FOCUS + POPULATIONS

Massing Sketches

9’-6”

SLEEPING

Exterior Unit Views

DAT U M

Town Center Space Plan

Town Center 3D Process

Exterior Unit Views

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OBJECTIVE: Reuse an existing historical structure in the heart of Florence, Italy to develop a concept for an innovative art museum.

SPRING 2017 | GLOBAL + HISTORICAL CONTEXT

DESCRIPTION: MOVE, the Museum of Visual Experience, serves as an information point and art museum located in the historic Palazzo SpiniFeroni in Florence, Italy. The museum houses Kinetic art, a special type of art that includes movement. Museum goers are involved in the experience by becoming a part of the exhibitions throughout. Not only is MOVE a place to view art, but it is a place to obtain information and gather.

Inspiration

Entrance + Ticket Area View

M OV E

PROGRAMS: Revit, Photoshop, InDesign

Rendered Floor Plan

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SPRING 2017 | GLOBAL + HISTORICAL CONTEXT

Mezzanine Section Detail

Central Courtyard View

Main Gallery View

M OV E

Material + Fixture Selection

History Hall View

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OBJECTIVE: Focus on the needs of independent entrepreneurs during office hours and pop-up retailers after hours, Develop functional spaces to accommodate a balance between all of the disciplines housed

SOCIAL STATION

FALL 2016 | PLANNING + DOCUMENTATION

DESCRIPTION: The Social Station is located at 603 Munger Ave., Dallas, TX on the 7th floor of the West End Marketplace and is a one-ofa-kind non-traditional working environment. Complete with a maker-space and flexible collaborative spaces, the Social Station offers a combination of affordable, flexible and convenient spaces to work in. Co-working integrates the high-functioning office with the social retail movement while encouraging an active and engaging space. PROGRAMS: Revit, Photoshop, InDesign

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C O N V E RG E

(v): tend to meet in a point or line; incline toward each other, as lines that are not parallel Inspiration Images

Custom Reception Desk

Customer Orientation View

Rendered Floor Plans


Workspace View

SOCIAL STATION

FALL 2016 | PLANNING + DOCUMENTATION

Material Selections

Community Lounge View

Collaboration Area View

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OBJECTIVE: Entice shoppers, create an uplifting experience, advocate for their well-being, create a sense of trust + confidence, dream big + rise above tradition

FALL 2016 | PLANNING + DOCUMENTATION

DESCRIPTION: Designers were to explore a new health and wellness design concept for future Kroger Marketplace stores. This project is representative of the emerging trend of healthcare in the retail setting. It also capitalizes on the convenience and lower cost of a retail location versus the traditional hospital or clinic.

Inspiration Images

Customer Orientation Desk

RETAIL CLINIC

PROGRAMS: Revit, Photoshop, InDesign

Rendered Floor Plan

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Customer Orientation View


FALL 2016 | PLANNING + DOCUMENTATION

Private Consultation View

RETAIL CLINIC

Pharmacy Pick-Up View

Material Selections

Exam Room View

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OBJECTIVE: Understand construction detailing and the importance to the design, further develop an understanding of construction documents and the relationship to drawing notations, understand, read and write design specifications

Model Image: Front

SPRING 2016 | DIGITAL FABRICATION

BIOPHILIC DESIGN

DESCRIPTION: The guidelines required each person to research biophilia and become inspired by something found in nature. The Armadillo, more specifically it’s armor, drove this specific concept. Other requirements included design a wall incorporating a water feature, accent lighting, HVAC system, passage through the wall, a set of stairs and a surface or tile modeled in rhino. Using a CAD file and laser cutter, two detail models were derived, and built from the design.

Model Image: Top

PROGRAMS: AutoCad, Revit, Rhino, Photoshop, InDesign MATERIALS: Chipboard, Sample Materials Model Image: Back

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Model Image: Back Detail


Inspiration Images

BIOPHILIC DESIGN

Front Rendering

Panel Detail Drawing

SPRING 2016 | DIGITAL FABRICATION

Material Images

Back Rendering

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OBJECTIVE: Continue to develop space planning and human relationships to space, understand all materials and their use in spaces, further develop an understanding of construction documents and the relationship to drawing notations.

RETAIL DESIGN

SPRING 2016 | DIGITAL FABRICATION

DESCRIPTION: By incorporating the biomimicry wall from the previous project, the requirements were to further the biomimicry concept to create a retail store within the L.N. Gross Co. Building in Kent, OH. The type of clothing was able to be chosen, but it needed to fit the demographics of the surrounding area. The concept previously developed was further driven through the floor plan, finish selections and other areas of this particular project. PROGRAMS: Revit, Photoshop, InDesign

315 GOUGLER AVE

KENT, OH

Retail Floor Plan OďŹƒce Floor Plan

Storefront View

Point of Purchase Detail Model: Front

MATERIALS: Chipboard, Sample Materials Point of Purchase Detail Model: Back

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Custom Display

Trombe Wall Diagram


Entry View

RETAIL DESIGN

SPRING 2016 | DIGITAL FABRICATION

“Outdoor Voices makes technical apparel for recreation. We believe that fitness doesn’t have to be defined by performance, & we celebrate approaching activity with moderation, humor, and delight. We live by the tenet that ‘Doing Things is better than not Doing Things’, and our apparel is designed for lives spent on paths, fields, streets, and everything in between.”

OUTDOOR VOICES Point of Purchase View

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OBJECTIVE: Engage in the redevelopment of two existing row houses in the St. ClairSuperior area located in Cleveland, OH in conjunction with the architecture and construction management disciplines.

DESIGN-REBUILD

DESCRIPTION: Through the use of AutoCad and other computer modeling programs, designers were required to explore space planning within limited parameters while keeping the surrounding market and demographics found through research in mind by choosing budget conscious materials and labor costs.

SPRING 2016 | DIGITAL FABRICATION

Inspiration Images

PROGRAMS: AutoCad, Revit, Photoshop

OďŹƒce View

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Existing Elements to be Incorporated


Sketches

DESIGN-REBUILD SPRING 2016 | DIGITAL FABRICATION Living Room View Selected Materials

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OBJECTIVE: Create acceleration and deceleration with modeled elements

5x5 line motif

Scaled Motif Alignment

FALL 2014 | FOUNDATIONS STUDIO I

DESCRIPTION: Lines were connected between various plotted points (top left) within a 5�x5� perimeter. This then turned into a three-dimensional study of how the forms interact and affect one another. The beginning motif was simplified, scaled, repeated and rotated to create movement within the connected points. These lines turned into either modeled forms, planes, or lines to show movement represented through materiality.

KINEMATICS

MATERIALS: Cardboard, Bristol, Bass Wood

Kinematic Model

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OBJECTIVE: Acquire a basic competency with two and three-dimensional medias, drawing systems, drawing and model types and techniques.

ART EXHIBITION SPACE

SPRING 2015 | FOUNDATIONS STUDIO II

Media Two-Point Perspective

DESCRIPTION: An abstract object was modeled based off of the interpretation of an abstracted image. Multiple media studies were completed and the final model was drafted using the techniques of twopoint perspective. Materiality was then added through collage and watercolor to fully drive the conceptual design.

MATERIALS: Bristol, 1000H vellum, Magazine Collage, Watercolor, Lead Holder and various lead sizes/weights

Two-Point Pencil Overlay

Pencil Overlay on Media

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L AUREN CAMERON

laucameron14@gmail.com 330-719-9693 1246 Woodledge Dr. Mineral Ridge, OH, 44440 issuu.com/laucameron14

Interior Design Student Portfolio | Lauren Cameron  

Design portfolio showcasing projects completed from the CIDA Accredited Interior Design Program at the College of Architecture and Environme...

Interior Design Student Portfolio | Lauren Cameron  

Design portfolio showcasing projects completed from the CIDA Accredited Interior Design Program at the College of Architecture and Environme...

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