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LAURA CIRRINTANO, LEED AP 10881 Jillian Road Orland Park, IL 60467 708.227.4717 LCirrintano@gmail.com SOFTWARE KNOWLEDGE

EXPERIENCE

RELATED PASSIONS

Revit Architecture AutoCAD Adobe Photoshop Adobe Illustrator 3D Studio Max Design Microsoft Office Applications Google Sketchup Microsoft Project

Construction Documents Construction Administration Client Presentations Software Training - Photoshop/3d Studio Max Material Sample Boards Model Building Marker & Watercolor Rendering Residential Paint Consulting

Graphic Design & Layouts Fashion Design & Merchandising Wedding Design & Planning Artistic Photography

ACHIEVEMENTS NCIDQ Exam - Successful Completion of Section 1 & 2 LEED AP - Successful Completion M+W U.S., Inc. Interior Design Focus Group 2012 Facilitator Photoshop Projects chosen for Harrington College of Design’s CIDA Accreditation Requested by Harrington Faculty as Teacher Assistant in Autodesk VIZ Senior Thesis Project chosen as an example for future Thesis Classes by Constantine D. Vasilios IIDA & ASID Member

EMPLOYMENT Pink Slip Boutique Mokena, IL Fashion Boutique Buyer Graphic Designer Online Sales Management & Social Media Promotion Inventory Photography

Apr 2013 - Current

Gap in Employment - Spinal Corrective Therapy

Sept 2012 - Mar 2013

M+W U.S., Inc Chicago, IL Architecture / Interior Design Department Revit, AutoCAD, Photoshop, Illustrator, 3D Studio Max Design, Marketing Material, Presentation Layouts & Graphics, Client Presentations, Software Training

Mar 2008 - Sept 2012

Harrington College of Design Chicago, IL Teacher Assistant - AutoCAD Computer & Drafting Lab Assistant for all ID Program Courses Private Tutor

Sept 2007 - Apr 2008

Studio2a Evanston, IL Architectural Rendering Internship - 3D Studio Max and V-Ray Nantucket Residence - Complete 3D Model from Client’s CAD Drawings Furniture Modeling & Model Library Management

Mar 2007 - Aug 2007

EDUCATION Harrington College of Design Chicago, IL Bachelor of Fine Arts in Interior Design GPA 3.5/4.0

Sept 2004 - Aug 2007

Eastern Illinois University Charleston, IL General Education

Sept 2002 - May 2004


103 3A

N.6

110

OPEN OFFICE

4' - 11"

3A

6F

3' - 10 1/4"

15' - 11 3/4"

113

3A

3' - 7 1/4"

P

10 3/4"

4' - 0"

1' - 6"

4' - 6"

4' - 10 1/4"

6F

102

CONF

3A

4' - 9 1/4"

6 A-931

RECEPTION

5' - 8 3/4"

3 A-812

101 COUNTERTOP W/ QUARTZ WOOD VENEER BASE

1 A-501

BACK PAINTED GLASS WITH BACK PAINTED LOGO. GRAPHICS TO BE PROVIDED BY CLIENT.

8

LINE OF CEILING ABOVE

21' - 11 1/4"

1' - 8 1/4"

OFFICE

18' - 11 1/4"

8' - 10"

2

3A

6F 3' - 10 1/4"

4' - 6 1/4"

3' - 0 1/4" 2' - 6 1/4"

ALIGN NEW WALL

114

QUARTZ COUNTERTOP W/ PLASTIC LAMINATE CASEWORK

12' - 3"

119

OPEN OFFICE

3' - 0"

HALLWAY 111

3' - 6"

112

A-501

QUARTZ COUNTER TOP W/ PLASTIC LAMINATE CASEWORK COFFEE COPY

5

LINE OF CEILING ABOVE

ADJUSTABLE SHELVING

13' - 3 1/4" 13' - 3"

DOCUMENT ARCHIVE

3' - 6"

1' - 0"

OPEN CONF

1' - 0"

6' - 4" 6' - 4"

1' - 6" 1' - 6"

117

3A1

NEW FENCE TO CEILING

3A1

4' - 6 1/4"

5' - 6 1/4" ALIGN NEW WALL

R

9

1

A-715 FLAT SCREEN TV , N.I.C. SEE ELEVATION A-715 SHEET A-501.

LINE OF CEILING ABOVE

25

33

A-715

A-715 LINE OF CEILING ABOVE

5

Scope of Work: Construction Documents, Interior Design, Lighting, Furniture Typicals and Plans, Finishes Sample Boards and Digital

Presentation, Interior Rendering, Client Presentation on Overall Interior Design, Exterior and Interior Logo Signage, Exterior Paint Options to Existing Building. Top: Interior Rendering of Soitec’s Main Lobby. Bottom Left: Final Finished Construction photo of Soitec’s Main

Lobby. Bottom Right: Floor Plan at Main Entry, Main Lobby, Open Conference and Copy/Coffee Area. Adjacent to these areas are open offic

soitec san diego

3' - 5 1/4"

3A

11' - 10" 2' - 6" 5' - 0 1/2"

10' - 0"

3A


5 P

WD-1 AT FRONT FACE, SIDE FACES AND UNDERSIDE OF SOFFIT

PNT-4 AT FRONT FACE AND SIDE FACES

PNT-1

PNT-1 PNT-1 PNT-1

PNT-1 EQ

8' - 0"

PL-1

EQ

WD-1 AT FRONT FACE, SIDE FACES AND UNDERSIDE OF SOFFIT

MOUNTED FLAT SCREEN TELEVISION, N.I.C.

WD-1

15' - 0"

14' - 0"

12' - 0"

10' - 0"

PNT-1

GL-4

GL-4

SSF-1

PL-1

PL-1

PT-1 BASE

PT-1 BASE

PT-1 BASE

SSF-1

BACK PAINTED GLASS WITH BACK PAINTED LOGO. GRAPHICS TO BE PROVIDED BY CLIENT. STAND OFF MOUNTING. CENTERED ON WALL.

PT-1 BASE

8 A-501

PT-2 BASE

PT-2 BASE

PT-2 MATCH BASE TILE JOINTS TO FLOOR TILE JOINTS

PL-1

PL-1

SSF-1

1

RECEPTION 101 NORTH

A-501

SCALE: 1/4" = 1'-0"

RECEPTION 101 EAST SCALE: 1/4" = 1'-0"

5

5 PNT-5 PNT-3

PNT-3 PL-3 W/ FILLER TO MATCH CASEWORK

RB-1

4' - 0"

3' - 0"

3' - 0"

FINISH END PL-1

2 A-501

3' - 0"

3' - 6"

3' - 6"

COPY MACHINE, N.I.C.

SSF-1

3' - 0"

RB-1

3' - 0"

RB-1

COPY 113 SOUTH

5

SCALE: 1/4" = 1'-0"

A-501

PL-1

2' - 0"

3' - 6"

2' - 0"

3' - 0"

UNDERCOUNTER REFRIGERATOR, N.I.C.

PL-1 W/ FILLER TO MATCH CASEWORK

COFFEE 112 NORTH SCALE: 1/4" = 1'-0"

VCT-1

PNT-1

PNT-2

SSF-3

PNT-3

PNT-4

SSF-2

PT-2

CPT-3

PNT-5

WD-1

SSF-1

PT-1

CPT-1

12' - 0"

2' - 0"

PL-1

3' - 0"

3' - 0" 3' - 0"

COPY MACHINE

UNDERMOUNT SINK

SSF-1 2'-10" ADA

PL-1 W/ FILLER TO MATCH CASEWORK

PNT-5

1' - 6"

2'-10" ADA

PNT-5

2' - 0"

PNT-5 SSF-1

PL-3

12' - 0"

PL-3 W/ FILLER TO MATCH CASEWORK

PNT-3


globalfoundries n e w yo r k

Scope of Work: Construction Documents for Architectural Package, FF&E Package and Wayfinding and Life Safety & Wayfinding Signage Package; Construction Administration and Presentation Graphics. Nine months were spent on site during construction for SDC for all buildings on site. Top: Exterior Rendering. Bottom: Overall site plan of the 1.6 million SF semi-conductor manufacturing facility built to design, produce and test electronic devices. This $4.2 billion dollar facility has been designed to achieve LEED Gold. With over 330,000 SF of cleanroom space, Fab 8 will be the world’s first 300mm fab designed for 22 nanometer technologies.


sketch by sarunas rumsa


MAIN LOBBY ENTRY LEVEL 01

CENTRAL CUBE LEVEL 02

EMPLOYEE ENTRY LEVEL 01

PL-2 DESK CABINETS

SSF-4 DESK SURFACE

SSF-1 FEATURE WALL

PNT-1 OVERALL

PNT-4 ACCENT

PNT-2 ACCENT

PT-1 FLOOR TILE

F-1 SEATING FABRIC


DANA RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT CENTER PUNE, INDIA

UP

MEN'S TOILET G-321 37 m² CORRIDOR G-207 65 m²

STORAGE G-206 12 m²

VESTIBULE G-100 15 m²

LOBBY G-101 84 m²

MTG RM G-107 34 m²

WOMEN'S TOILET G-320 35 m² OFFICE G-301 11 m²

OFFICE G-302 12 m²

OFFICE G-303 12 m²

OFFICE G-304 10 m²

OFFICE G-305 11 m²

TOILET G-102 7 m²

MTG RM G-103 9 m² MTG RM G-104 9 m²

BREAK RM G-105 31 m²

ELEC RM G-308 24 m²

EWC

STAIR 001 G-001 23 m²

WORKOUT RM G-309 30 m² CORRIDOR G-306 17 m² TELE COM. G-307 9 m²

WOMEN'S LOCKER G-310 9 m² JAN CLO G-311 MEN'S LOCKER 3 m² G-312 24 m² CORRIDOR G-313 18 m²

ELEV 001 G-004 8 m²

COFFEE ALCOVE G-314 3 m² MTG RM G-204 11 m²

MTG RM G-202 11 m²

LEVEL 01

140

140

Senior Staff Workstation

13

13

Manager Workstation

5

5

158

158

TOTAL (Ground Level + Level 01)

316

Lobby Security / Receptionist

1

1

Private Office

5

10

164

169

PERSONNEL COUNT TOTAL

COPY RM G-106 13 m²

TOTAL (Ground Level + Level 01)

STORAGE G-108 10 m²

333

MEETING ROOM/CANTEEN COUNT Meeting Seats

MTG RM G-109 42 m²

MTG RM G-110 45 m²

GROUND LEVEL

Typical Workstation

PERSONNEL COUNT

OPEN OFFICE SUBTOTAL

OPEN OFFICE G-201 798 m²

PRODUCT DISPLAY G-205 156 m²

GROUND LEVEL OCCUPANT COUNT SUMMARY

TOTAL (Ground Level + Level 01)

MTG RM G-203 11 m²

STAIR 002 G-003 24 m²

36

60 96

CORRIDOR G-501 34 m²

UP

FOR INFORMATION ONLY

d a n a i n d i a

Scope of Work: 60% Construction Documents, Interior Design, Furniture Typicals and Plans, Graphic Presentations, Finishes Sample Boards and Digital Presentation, Exterior Rendering. Top: Site plan of Dana’s new facility providing design, testing, and analytical support for each of Dana’s primary markets – automotive, commercial vehicle, and off-highway. Bottom Left: Furniture Plan of Administration Area and Occupant Count Summary for Open Offices, Private Offices, Meeting Rooms and the Canteen. Bottom Right: Floor Finishes and Accent Wall Locations.


INTERIOR FINISH CONCEPTS PAINT

FEATURE WALLS

The corporate colors have determined the overall palette for the Dana interior. The white paint is used for the overall wall paint with accents of shades of grey between white and black to add depth to the overall space. Blue paint is used sparingly to accent walls and matched to the corporate Dana blue. A second accent color, green, is added to align with the masculine feel of the space and add additional color to the interior.

The wood has been lightened up at the main feature walls for the main lobby and board room. Similar details used in the Ohio facility have been maintained by adding the metal reveals. Tying in with the metal reveals, stainless steel covers are added to columns and a small accent at the base of the reception desk.

FLOOR TILE A stone will be incorporated in the design native to India, not yet determined at this time. The main floor tile is the driver of the concept for creating a dark floor to ground the space while lightening up the rest of the interior. The idea is to create a sense of different textures rather than solids or patterns. The main tile has a randomized look without being a crisp stripe. The same concept is seen in other finishes described in the carpet and laminate sections.

DANA RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT CENTER PUNE, INDIA

MATERIAL: Carpet Tile CPT-1 to CPT-4

A very small accent of back painted glass in the Dana blue added to the reception desk transaction top will really pick up on the logo and add a pop of color to the main entry space.

MANUFACTURER: Interface Flor

VCT SELECTION:

The dark grey tile aligns with the darker floors. Accent tiles of blue tie in with the accent carpet tiles and add additional detail at the vinyl flooring.

CPT-1

CPT-2

LAMINATE The porcelain floor tile used in the restrooms is slightly solid to offset the overall floor tile. A textured tile is used on the wall of the restrooms to add depth and lighten up the room from the dark floor. A medium shade of grey paint covers the wall space without tile adding a medium tone to the light and dark.

A textured surface is incorporated into otherwise solid laminate colors at the cabinetry that will be emphasized in a vertical application and not detract from the floor or counter finishes. A wood laminate is used to match the feature walls and maintain an upscale look in the break rooms and alcoves where we have incorporated accents of the Dana Blue.

LOCATION: CPT-1: Overall Open Space Board Room Dining Multipurpose Room Workout Room

CARPET COUNTERTOPS The carpet selections follow along with the concept of the floor tile. CPT-3 emphasizes what occurs when texture is added to a solid. The angled lines in the tile pick up on the angles in the Dana logo. CPT-1 and CPT-2 mimic the main lobby tile and introduce slivers of color in the Dana blue while keeping it toned down for interior use. Minimal accent tiles of blue in a randomized pattern pull together the corporate identity; used in showcase areas such as larger meeting rooms and the board room.

CPT-1: Palindrome - Mushroom CPT-2: Alliteration - Mushroom/Waterfall CPT-3: Reduce - Flannel CPT-4: Monochrome - Waterfall

White quartz is incorporated into the reception desk as a solid to the wood veneer. Grey solid surface counters with blue accents add a small hint of blue into the horizontal finishes; a better solution than specifying an all blue countertop. An additional solid surface counter was added for miscellaneous areas such as copy rooms. The restroom counter adds variations in color and the look of a texture. The counter offsets from the white wall tiles and ties in the floor tile.

CPT-2: Corridor Meeting Room Board Room CPT-3: Private Office CPT-4: Meeting Room Board Room See plans for carpet tile locations

CPT-3

CPT-4

DANA RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT CENTER PUNE, INDIA

DANA RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT CENTER PUNE, INDIA

MATERIAL:

MATERIAL: Metal Ceiling Tile MT-1

Wall Paint PNT-1 to PNT - 6

PNT-1

MANUFACTURER:

MANUFACTURER:

Benjamin Moore

Armstrong

PNT-3

PNT-2 SELECTION:

SELECTION: Metalworks - Silver Grey Micro Perforated

PNT-1: PNT-2: PNT-3: PNT-4: PNT-5: PNT-6:

OC-63 Winter Snow 2060-30 Seaport Blue 2121-40 Silver Half Dollar 2121-30 Pewter 2121-20 Steel Wool 2145-30 Brookside Moss

LOCATION: Main Entry Vestibule Exterior Canopy

PNT-4

PNT-6

LOCATION: PNT-1: Overall Space See plan for accent wall locations

MCT-1

PNT-5


BEIERSDORF MEXICO

Scope of Work: Blocking Diagram Renderings, Sequence of Build-up from Foundations to Complete Building, Exterior Animation from Birdseye View to Ground Perspective, Final Ground Perspective Rendering, Interior Renderings. Top: Exterior Rendering of Beiersdorf ’s Gatehouse and entry to the Administration area. Bottom Left: View from main entry door into the interior main lobby of the first floor. Middle Right: View of Filling and Compounding area for manufacturing. Bottom Right: View from a corridor into the first floor main lobby.


mghpcc h o ly o k e

Scope of Work: Options for site layout using blocking diagrams placed in rendered views that incorporate site information such as adjacent

INTERSOLAR unknown

Scope of Work: Sequence Renderings starting at Foundations and building up until the Final Constructed Building based on discipline and

buildings, roadways and bodies of water. Left: Birdseye view of site location with building masses for the design of a world-class high performance computing center using green energy and facility design with high efficiency features to showcase concepts of green computing. Right: Ground Perspective View from the front entry into the administration building (yellow).

sequence of construction. Still Renderings of Final Exterior and Phasing of Construction. Sequence renderings Top Left: Phase 1 of Construction shown without the exterior walls of the building. Bottom Left: Phase 1 of construction shown. Phase 2 shown with yellow blocking diagrams. Middle Right: Final building after all phases are completed.


L L N L california

Scope of Work: Final Exterior Rendering. Left: Final Design of a new high performance computing center on Lawrence Livermore National

solexa nt california

Scope of Work: Birdseye Site Rendering shown in black and white to highlight

Laboratory’s existing campus. Designed for future expansion of the 24,000 SF facility looking to achieve LEED Gold Certification. Includes an entrance lobby with a viewing window. Top Right: Rendering of initial building design submitted to the client. Bottom Right: Section cut rendering at data center with graphics to represent the solution for cooling the tremendous heat loads from a data center.

specific buidings, phasing and expansion. Buildings shown as colored blocking diagrams for preliminary site layout concepts.

e b ay conf

Scope of Work: Edit original rendering in photoshop to publishing quality. Featured on the cover of a design magazine.


mghpcc h o ly o k e

Scope of Work: Final Exterior Rendering. Top: Design of a new high performance computing center on Lawrence Livermore National

ferm ilab b atav i a

Scope of Work: Final Section Cut Rendering. Top: Rendering is a section cut through the underground tunnel of Fermilab’s International Linear

Laboratory’s existing campus. Designed for future expansion of the 24,000 SF facility. Includes an entrance lobby with a viewing window.

Collider Study, vital to its research mission. With its underground corridor measuring 20 miles or longer, the ILC will be many times larger than the Stanford Linear Acceleratory, which is the longest linear accelerator in operation today. At this scale, the ILC’s budget will reach into the billions of dollars.


level 01

level 02

level 03

s l a t e c h icag o

Scope of Work: Final College Thesis Project design of an interior fit out for three levels of an existing building located in Chicago. Inspiration for the design of a bar and restaurant located in an artsy Chicago neighborhood was to incorporate elements from product design company, Droog Design and graphic images from installation artist, Tara Donovan. Integrating these elements results in a gallery inspired bar and restaurant offering conversation starter pieces for art seeking individuals, mingling and entertainment far more than any other bar and restaurant can offer. Additional artists to be featured for a given time by switching out the artwork displayed throughout the three levels resulting in reaching a wide audience.


2” metal channel

front

front 1” metal channel

LCD screen

mirror perpendicular to LCD screens LCD screen

8’-0

LCD screen

6’-6”

LCD screen

7’-0

LCD screen

LCD screen

LCD screen

LCD screen

7’-0

1” metal channel

6’-6”

8’-0

back

back

mirror

mirror

white panel

white panel

8’-0

white panel

white panel

shelf extension 7’-0

white panel

6’-6”

mirror

7’-0

hinged for 3-fold

wood floor shelf

metal floor shelf

8’-0

experimental d e sig n

6’-6”

Furniture Design Idea: Creating a room divider for a residential or commercial interior that can provide more than one function. This Page: Computer generated sketches show the development of the design idea. Consideration was given to the thickness of the divider, the width of the panels, the function of each individual panel and special features. Next Page: Top images shows the rendering of the finalized design. The design includes a shelf that folds out from two of the panels along with an extension. Unlike a typical shelf, this lies on the floor lifting any elements placed next to the divider off the ground and becoming apart of the piece of furniture. The last panel folds to be perpendicular to the others and provides a mirror for use when the divider is in use or folded up. Bottom image shows the custom graphics that can be put on two LCD screens.


top

front

nails 1” dia acrylic

top

nails 1” dia acrylic

front

experimental d e sig n

Furniture Design Idea: Create a product that includes an experience from the sense of touch, a product that catches a passerby’s eye, a product with the need to try, a product where you can sit, and a product that makes you think about the material you are sitting on. This Page: Cmputer generated sketches generated to show the shape, size and materials for a single seat and double seat bench. Next Page: Final Rendering of concept for the design of a bench. Images below are the products that inspired me for the furniture design idea.



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