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INTERIOR DESIGN PORTFOLIO UNIVERSITY

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CINCINNATI

MADISON SUTTMAN

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MADison Suttman Interior Design Student 937 657 2940 Suttmalm@mail.uc.edu

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Education

Skills

University of Cincinnati; Cincinnati, OH Bachelor of Science in Interior Design; Class of 2021 Marketing Minor Dean’s List GPA: 3.5 Sinclair Community College; Dayton, OH General Education, 2013-2015

AutoCad Photoshop InDesign Illustrator Hand drafting Marketing and Sales Microsoft Office Model Making Podium, V-Ray Rhino Sketch Up Revit

Experience

Environmental Design Intern; Interbrand; Cincinnati, OH; January 2018-May 2018 Job Responsibilities: Internship with the Retail Experiential Design Team. Tasks included: Building models in SketchUp; Particpated in Project Kick-off research; Assisted in various Graphic Design Work, Sketching Sessions; Creating potential concept deisgns in Sketchup; Rendered Elevations, Sections, Floorplans in Photoshop; Post-Rendered Podium Renders from Sketchup in Photoshop, Assisted in currating presentations for clients Server; Taft’s Ale house; Cincinnati, OH; August 2017-Present Job Responsibilities: Salesman, Customer Service, Food and Beverage Server Waitress; Cilantro Vietnamese Bistro; Cincinnati, OH; August 2016-June 2017 Job Responsibilities: Providing Customer Service, Multitasking, Food and Beverage Server, Host, Cash Register Vector Marketing Cutco Sale Representative; Blue Ash, OH; December 2016 -January 2017 Job Responsibilities and Skills acquired: Sales and Marketing Skills, Presentation Skills; Building connections and relationships, Time management, Scheduling potential customers Painter, Newland Painting; Dayton, OH; July 2015-present Job Responsibilities: Painting, Heavy Lifting, Working long hours and night shifts.

Volunteer Work Kidz Zone Volunteer; Bethany House; Cincinnati, OH; January 2018-May 2018

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Contents 6 Moser for mayor 22 CAMPAIGN WAREHOUSE 38 BLURRING THE BOUNDARIES 50 RetroSpectve 54 OTHER WORKS

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Moser for mayor Over-the-Rhine 1801 Race St. Cincinnati, OH

In Cncinnati, OH, Jordan Moser has decided to run for mayor in order to help address public and social issues for the community. I was challenged to help Jordan create a campaign office that would allow him to work for his campagin. I was also challenged to define what is today’s office space. By incorprating these two concepts, I designed a space that not only let Jordan work and campagin, but also allowed the community to use it as well.

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Meet the Team

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Jordan is a man in his early thirities who plays a big part in the community and cares about sustainable practices. He practices what he preaches and rides his bike to work everyday. Jordan is also a part of an eco-village community. He aims to reach out to the community to make it more safe and green.

Ed a businessman in his early forties who is an expert in business and market strategies. He is also an advocate in creating a safe city. He also aims to be a voice for the community and helps address public issues and sustainable practices.

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Avery

Reese is one of two interns who just graduated with a mechanical engineering degree from UC. She is a big part of the biking community and is working to design bikes that are more user friendly for the urban community. She believes strongly in Moser’s views and wants to become a part of the movement and create the change.

Avery is our second intern who just graduated with an MBA in marketing. He is also a part of the bike community. Avery is working to increase the bicyclist community through branding and communication around Cincinnati. He believes being a part of Moser’s campaign can be the change to a new city of bicyclists.

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Site

• Part of devloping area of OTR • Soup Kitchen across the street • Surrounding Local Businesses

• Bike Rack • Street Car Stop • Findlay Market • Higher Traffice Area

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FloorpLan

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1/2”=1’0’

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Layout 1

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Perspective Views

Jordan Moser for Mayor

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Diagrams

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A WEEK in the Life of a Mayor MoNDAY Findlay Market is closed, so this gives Jordan and Ed day to stay in the office and work. They will plan the week out and work on campaign strategies, business decisions,and community activities.

TUESDAY

The office will open at 9 am. Jordan and Ed will spend most of their time at the soup kitchen across the street volunteering and visiting any organizations, hospitals, events that are around the city.

WEDNESDAY

Early Wednesday mornings, Ed and Jordan will run free cycling around the city fitness classes. This gives them chance to get to know to the community and give back their time. A bike shop has agreed to donate some of their bicycles to use for the class for those that do not have any. The rest of the day they will work in the office.

Thursday Ed and Jordan will spend time with city offcials and workers and discuss social and political issues with them. They will learn how to work with them, and who they are. They will plan lunches and small events to get know them.

Friday Fridays are a good opportunity to visit community spaces like Washington Park and The Banks to campaign. Volunteers will spend their time in the office campaigning on social media and making telephone calls.

saturday

Ed and Jordan have their office spaces open and will be outside around Findlay Market. They will discuss their issues with civilians and pass out brochures to support and market their campaign.

sunday Sunday will very similar to Saturday. Findlay market is very busy as well so Ed and Jordan and volunteers will be outside their office campaiging their advocacy at Findlay and getting to know the community

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Campaign warehouse 1330 Monmouth Ave. Cincinnati, OH

In Cncinnati, OH, Jordan Moser has decided to run for mayor in order to help address public and social issues for the community. I was challenged to help Jordan create a campaign office that would allow him to work for his campagin. I was also challenged to define what is today’s office space. By incorprating these two concepts, I designed a space that not only let Jordan work and campagin, but also allowed the community to use it as well.

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Blurring the BOUNDARIES OTR Poetry Foundation 1328 Race St. Cincinnati, OH

Blurring the boundaries between poetry and art. The poetry foundation is place where boundaries are not seen as restrictions. Boundaries may be present, but are physically, mentally, and visually, loosely defined. Each space has a meaning and an essence that encourages users to engage socially and academically. Each space may be defined by its walls and furniture, but it’s up the user to determine how it may be used. In this space, boundaries are blurred between the world of poetry and the world itself.

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Perspective Views

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ELEVATIONS AND DIAGRAMS Adjacency Diagrams 3

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1 Entry/Lobby 1 Classrooms 2

Exterior Space

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Archives 5 Gallery

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Multi-Purpose 6

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Gallery Space 7

Library

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Class Room 2

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Offices 8 Library

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Auditorium 3

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Research Space

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Exterior Space 9 M|W

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Research Space 10 2

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Multi-Purpose Space

Class Room 1

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Offices

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Entry/Lobby

Legend

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South Elevation

=Convenient =Close+Convenient =Immediatley Adjacent =Daylight +/or View =Acoustic Privacy

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Poetry Foundation Criteria Matrix

Entry/Lobby 1

400 6,7

Classrooms 2

760

Auditorium 3

West Elevation

Legend H = High M = Medium L = Low Y = Yes N = No/None I = Important but not required = Immediately = Reasonably Convenient = Important Adjacency = Remote

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Library 4

950 2,8,5

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500 1,7

Gallery Space 7

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Exterior Space 9 1600 6 Research Space 10 290

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Entrance comes from Race St. Two Classrooms Total (380 sq ft. per class)

More remote due to it’s value

20% of Gross sq ft.


Plans and SECTIONS

South Elevation Section 1

First Floor Plan

Second Floor Plan


Section 2 West Elevation

Third Floor Plan


schematic sketches

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RetroSPECTIVE Designing in Section OTR Poetry Foundation Cincinnati, OH

Retrospective is a factitious poetry foundation located in OTR. The threshold is a foreshadow of the building. The building is compartmentalized into sections but there is a continuous circulation that allows you to see more of the building as you fall deeper into it. Reflect on the experience of the building and/or the experience of life. Recognizing that experiences and memories are what makes you a wholesome person, but you move forward to experience more.

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RetroSPECTIVE

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RetroSPECTIVE ProcessWOrk

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Other OTHERW

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WOrks WORKS

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Piranesi Prison Hand Rendering

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Spring Grove Cemetery Hand Rendering

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Plane Cube Gauche Painting

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Invisible Cities Digital Collage

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Positive Space, Negative Space, and Space Collage

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Rem Khoolhas: JunkSpace Digital Collage

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THank you UNIVERSITY

OF

CINCINNATI

MADISON SUTTMAN

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