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LAUREN HENRIE

PORTFOLIO


lauren henrie 178 West 1850 North

education

skills & experience

Centerville, UT 84014

laurenhenrie.25@gmail.com

Bachelor of Interior Design Degree Utah State University, Logan, UT CIDA Accredited LEED Green Associate Certification CCA Outstanding Senior Victor and Dorothy Dover Scholarship Caine Ambassador Scholarship $10,000 Grand Prize Winner, Daltile Student Scholarship Competition Dean’s List USU Presidential Scholarship Marie Eccles Caine Foundation Interior Design Scholarship Utah Board of Regent’s Scholarship Software and Technical AutoCAD 2012, 2013 Revit Architecture 2013 Photoshop CS5 Illustrator CS5 InDesign CS5 Design

Louis Sullivan’s mantra, “form follows function,” has become a guiding principle for my design philosophy. Great design is not onlymined by the way a space looks, but by the way it allows occupants to function within. I approach each design like an intricate story problem, in which each and every detail is considered to achieve a solution as intricate as the problem itself. By examining the timeless principles of design, I create beautiful, harmonious spaces that will stand the test of time and exceed the clients’ expectations. Interior designers should be at the forefront of the movement away from the stale, conventional buildings that dominate our communities and the emergence of an era of design in which detail and individuality are emphasized.

(801) 712-5465

May 2014 3.98 GPA Fall 2013 - Spring 2014 Spring 2014 Fall 2013 - Spring 2014 Fall 2012 Fall 2011-Fall 2013 Fall 2010 - Spring 2014 Fall 2012 - Spring 2013 Fall 2010 - Spring 2012

Word, Powerpoint & Excel Hand Rendering Presentation Construction Documents Sketching

Spent the summer of 2012 interning at Vicente Wolf Associates in NYC Designed and hand rendered an ADA Accessible, universally designed bathroom, which was chosen as the grand prize-winning design in the Daltile Student Scholarship Competition. As a group, space planned, branded and created renderings for a 15,000 square foot corporate headquarters in Salt Lake City. Space planned a $70 million Kensington Palace Gardens residence and created physical and digital presentation materials to present to Steven Volpe, a high-end AD 100 designer. Designed a 1,000 square foot residence and produced presentation boards, construction documents, and a scaled model of the residence Teaching Assistant for CAD II, instructed 18 students in Revit and 3D AutoCAD Teaching Assistant for History of Interior Furnishings and Architecture

Communication and Interpersonal Acted as a representative for the Caine College of the Arts by networking with donors and recruiting students as a student ambassador Resolved customer concerns patiently and effectively over the phone while working as a customer service call agent

leadership & service

CCA Caine Ambassador, Fall 2013 - Spring 2014 Events Coordinator, USU Chapter IIDA, Fall 2012 - Spring 2014 Volunteer, Friends of the Elderly (USU), Fall 2012 - Spring 2013 Committee Member, USU Area Government, Fall 2010 - Spring 2011 Student Member, United States Green Building Council, Fall 2011 - Spring 2014 Student Member, American Society of Interior Designers, Fall 2012 - Spring 2013

interior design


SENTENTIA: 1000 SQUARE FOOT RESIDENCE DALTILE STUDENT COMPETITION BATHROOM HOUSE BEAUTIFUL ARTICE RE-CREATION RIPPLE EFFECT SALON & SPA ILLUMINATE FIREWORKS CORPORATE OFFICE KENSINGTON PALACE GARDENS RESIDENCE LIBRARY SOUTH SALT LAKE REDEVELOPMENT PROJECT HAND SKETCHES

CONTENTS


Sophomore year, we learned AutoCAD and were given the assignment to completely design a 1,000 square foot residence. I created floor plans, elevations, and axonometrics; produced presentation boards, 3D Studio Max renderings, and construction documents; and built a scaled model of the residence.


3DS MAX


Designed and hand rendered an ADA accessible, universally designed bathroom, which was chosen as the grand prize-winning design in the Daltile National Student Scholarship Competition. AURA SILVER CLOUD AU30 TM

MARBLE WHITE CLIFFS M105 TM

SLIMLITE PANELS MIST TP31 TM

DALTILE STUDENT COMPETITION $10,000 GRAND PRIZE

YACHT CLUB BRIDGE DECK YC02 TM

BATHROOM


DESIGNED AND RENDERED BY LAUREN HENRIE

AN URBAN OASIS ARTICLE AND INTERVIEW BY SLOAN ARIOTTI

What do Paris and Egypt have in common? Not a whole lot. But when Julia Gorman and Robin Hartman came to Lauren Henrie with the idea to design a room with both Parisian and Egyptian influences, she eagerly took the challenge. “I love pushing the limits. When clients come to me with interesting thoughts about how they want a space, I get excited. It gives me a chance to try new things and solve problems in an exciting and aesthetic way,” said Lauren. Robin and Julia, photographers from Paris, wanted their living room to reflect their lifestyle - which includes frequent visits to their favorite vacation spot in Egypt. This living room, in their home in downtown Paris, subtly employs both French and Egyptian influences to give an overall feeling of luxury and comfort. Lauren especially wanted to bring the photographers’ personalities into this room. “In our profession, we try to capture the small details. The ‘more than meets the eye’ moments,” says Julia, “We were very happy when Lauren translated this philosophy into the design of our living room.” Indeed, the room was developed around this ideal and the things that make Robin and Julia who they are. From their love of Egypt to their adoration of Paris and their unique photography background, they have an eclectic lifestyle. Lauren used a combination of various fine furnishings, finishes, and styles, including the French Regency Egyptian Revival style, to create an overall aesthetic that reflects the high style and interests of both Julia and Robin. These elements as well as French and Egyptian motifs, such as caning, lotus leaf ornamenture, and “egyptian blue” accessories, came together to create an Egyptian oasis in the heart of Paris.

ERWIN BLUMENFELD’S FAMOUS PHOTO OF LISA FONSSAGRIVES SWINGING FROM THE EIFFEL TOWER, FEATURED IN THE MAY 1939 VOGUE MAGAZINE

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HOUSEBEAUTIFUL.COM

SOLO ARMCHAIR ANTONIO CITTERO B&B ITALIA

EGYPTIAN BASTET STATUE DESIGN TOSCANO

ARTICLE RE-CREATION

PALE SWIRL RUG PAUL SMITH THE RUG COMPANY

FIREPLACE STONE: TAURUS BLACK MARBLE STONEKS MARBLE MANUFACTURING

PAINT: POMEGRANATE BENJAMIN MOORE

WHEN MODERN CHIC MEETS EGYPTIAN ANTIQUE A BEAUTIFUL COMPOSITION OF JUXTAPOSED AND CONTRASTING ELEMENTS IS BORN HOUSEBEAUTIFUL.COM

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HOUSEILLUMINATE BEAUTIFUL


PROCESS

BREAKROOM

BROOM CLOSET

DESIGNER’S OFFICE HAIR STYLING

RECEPTION

WAITING AREA

HAIR WASHING/DRYING

MANICURE

SPA ROOM

PEDICURE

SPA ROOM

STORAGE

ADJACENCY MATRIX

AREA: 3,667 SQ. FEET LEGEND EXIT SIGN VITRINE FIRE EXTINGUISHER

BUBBLE DIAGRAM

BOX DIAGRAM

ADA & BUILDING CODE COMPLIANCE

EXTERIOR CONCEPT

CONCEPT

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ALL EXITS OR DIRECTIONS TO EXIT ACCESS MARKED BY READILY VISIBLE EXIT SIGN

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30 X 48 INCH CLEARANCE FOR LAVATORY AND 60 X 56 INCH CLEARANCE FOR TOILET

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FIRE EXTINGUISHER LOCATED WITHIN 75’ OF THE FURTHEST PERSON

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18” PULL REQUIREMENT AND 12” PUSH REQUIREMENT ON ALL DOORS MET

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WHEELCHAIR ACCESSIBLE RECEPTION DESK AT 30” IN HEIGHT

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OCCUPANCY LOAD: 36 OCCUPANTS

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60” TURNING CIRCLE FOR WHEELCHAIR

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GRAB BARS INSTALLED 27 INCHES ABOVE FINISHED FLOOR AND MEASURING 36 INCHES IN LENGTH BEHIND TOILET AND 42 INCHES IN LENGTH TO THE SIDE OF THE TOILET

Water is the most versatile and essential element on our planet. At times, it is so powerful it can sculpt canyons and so violent that it can wipe out entire cities, while at others it can be so calm that it has become a symbol of relaxation and serenity. It is cleansing, refreshing, and rejuvenating. Water was the driving force for the conception and realization of Ripple Effect Salon & Spa. The salon encompasses the most placid of water’s properties in its design so that the clients feel complete tranquility and peace when they visit. Soft curves, rippled walls, and cool colors create a feeling of relaxation and allow for an effortless flow between each area. Water motifs throughout the salon will help clients to feel connected with the space.

GOALS

LIBRARY

1. Create an efficient and smartly planned space with smooth flow. 2. Create a peaceful, serene, and enjoyable high-end salon experience for clients. 3. Effectively combine individual elements of the salon into a cohesive whole. 4. Display product in such a way that increases sales and revenue. 5. Meet and exceed expectations of those who enter the salon and because of this make them want to return often.


FOSCARINI GREG GRANDE

RIPPLE EFFECT

AVANTE JET BLACK STYLING CHAIR 27” X 36.5” FOOTPRINT

CROSSVILLE MOONLIGHT TILE MOSAIC

METAL FACADE CLADDING

SALON & SPA


WAITING AREA

RECEPTION

We were assigned groups and given the task to space plan 15,000 sq. ft of an existing building in Salt Lake City, redesigned for a company of our choice and creation. Three classmates and I space planned the modern and edgy new corporate headquarters for Illuminate Fireworks, a high-end firework design company who specializes in shows such as those seen in Disney parks and Dubai. We created Revit floor, lighting, furniture, fire escape, and area plans, and specifications for all of the materials, finishes, systems, and furniture in the space. I was in charge of heading the space planning along with several Revit renderings, including the 3 shown. EXECUTIVE OFFICES

FIREWORK COMPANY CORPORATE OFFICE

ILLUMINATE


CONCETTO SPAZIALE NATURA LUCIO FONTANA

LEFT: WITHOUT WHOM CAROL PELIGIAN

RIGHT: UNTITLED MARK ROTHKO

KENSINGTON GARDENS RESIDENCE FOR VISITING DESIGNER, STEVEN VOLPE

LIBRARY


URBAN PLAN

As our senior capstone project, we planned the redevelopment of six city blocks in South Salt Lake. The goal of this redevelopment was to both integrate the substantial refugee population in the area and create a beautiful city center around the intersection of the Trax and the new “S” Line. We collaborated with the Landscape Architecture group on campus to develop this urban plan, and created a scaled model of the redevelopment. THE SUMMIT INCUBATOR/MARKETPLACE TRANSIT CENTER THE CLYMB

SOUTH SALT LAKE CITY REDEVELOPMENT PROJECT

The next step was to create mixed-use and mixed income housing for the refugees and the present and future residents of the city. We were assigned groups and developed different options for housing and put it to a vote. My group’s design, The Summit, was ultimately chosen and became the building used in the urban plan and the model. The first story is made up of 19 retail/business spaces while the second through fourth stories contain apartment units of different sizes to meet the needs of varying family sizes and incomes. Community spaces are dispersed throughout to encourage integration of all residents.

THE SUMMIT


INTEGRATED. ONE UNIT TWO WAYS

COMMUNITY SPACE

VALSPAR MATTE BLACK LATEX-BASED PAINT

S. SALT LAKE CITY REDEVELOPMENT

ORGANIC CHAIR EAMES-SAARINEN

LE KLINT 172 PENDANT HIVE MODERN

PREMIUM STEP CARAMEL ZEBRA LVT - MOHAWK

COLORBEAT MODULAR PARAKEET - MOHAWK

COMMUNITY SPACE


SOMALI UNIT One of the goals of this redevelopment project is to better integrate the refugees from various countries and unify them with the community. The Summit provides mixed housing for all income levels, cultures and family types. After much research, I was able to create one unit two ways to compare how a modern western family would live versus a large family from Somalia. This developed into a thoughtful design that would well-suit families from many cultures.

S. SALT LAKE CITY REDEVELOPMENT

WESTERN UNIT Large sliding frosted glass doors separate the bedrooms from the main area, and can lend privacy or a completely open floor plan The two adjoining bedrooms are separated by a retractable partition wall so that the rooms can be opened up to become a large space The modern fireplace gives creates a division between the living and the kitchen areas, but its low design allows for natural light to flood the entire apartment

1 UNIT, 2 WAYS


FIRST FLOOR

SECOND FLOOR

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This marketplace features local cafes, restaurants and retail shops unique to Salt Lake City, as well as both food and merchandise incubator kiosks on the second level. These kiosks are affordable spaces refugees can rent to start up small businesses. Many refugees come with unique skills and trades that can and should be utilized, but they just need some help to get off the ground. These incubator spaces can be used for anything from food preparation to sales of hand crafted goods. Once they have established the skills and funds needed to run their business, they can then move to a more permanent location. I used an existing warehouse for my marketplace, keeping the bones of the warehouse intact while creating a light, open plan in which people of all ages will enjoy spending their time. KIOSK TYPICAL

SOUTH SALT LAKE CITY REDEVELOPMENT PROJECT

EMECO CHAIR

TOLIX CHAIR

RECLAIMED WOOD

RECLAIMED BRICK

INCUBATORS


CONNECTED. At the crossroads of both Trax and the new “S” Line in South Salt Lake, this redevelopment is a perfect opportunity to create both a transitcentered and walkable community. Inspired by intersecting streets and lines in transit maps, this transit center is in itself a symbol of the intersection of the city as well as the diverse cultures in South Salt Lake. Its modern, cutting-edge design makes it an eye-catching icon for the city. It not only provides an exciting place to wait for your train or bus, but also provides draws for noncommuters. Included in the space are a frozen yogurt shop, a swanky cafe, and a retail store.

POLISHED WHITE CONCRETE

POLISHED CHARCOAL CONCRETE

RIN CHAIR

TRAX

INSPIRATION

S-LINE

S. SALT LAKE CITY REDEVELOPMENT

TRANSIT CENTER


INDOOR CLIMBING GYM AND RETAIL STORE.

FIRST FLOOR

SECOND FLOOR

SOUTH SALT LAKE CITY REDEVELOPMENT PROJECT

GREEN WALL

LIVE EDGE MARBLE COUNTER

WHITE CANDLES PENDANTS GALILEE LIGHTING

THE CLYMB


HISTORY OF INTERIOR FURNISHINGS

SKETCHING


c LAUREN HENRIE 2014

Interior Design Portfolio - Lauren Henrie  

A little glimpse into the past four years of my schooling at Utah State University.

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