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interior and architecture design

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Liliana Sampaio Phone: 510.932.3084 Email: lilianamsampaio@gmail.com Academy of Art University 601 Brannan Street, San Francisco, CA 94105 Director: Laura Blumenfeld Instructor: Chamindri Wijemanne Course: IAD 450 Portfolio Paper: Vellum Bristol Typeface: Courier New, Bellwethers Software: Adobe Suit 4

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Photography: Liliana Sampaio Camera: iphone 5s Printer: Alpha Graphics 199 2nd Street, San Francisco, CA 94105 Bindery: Alpha Graphics 199 2nd Street San Francisco, CA 94105

@ 2016 Liliana Sampaio All rights reserved. No part of this book may be used or reproduced in any manner without the written permission of Liliana Sampaio.

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These past four years at AAU have been monumental in my professional and personal development. There is much appreciation I have for the successes I’ve reached. First off, I want to thank my inspiration and motivation, my mom. She taught me to have strength and believe in myself. I am proud to be graduating as a first generation immigrant. I couldn’t have gotten to this point without her. A big shoutout to my sisters, friends and family that were my cheerleaders throughout my academic journey. They made me laugh when I was struggling. They were my self-care and my rock. They showed me how important balance is in life, and to reward myself often. Next off my homies Diana, Angel, and Andrea. We were each other’s concious in school. I love you all to the moon and back! I’m grateful to have grown side by side with you. Let the adventures continue and viva la vida nachos! I want to acknowledge my professors and mentors at AAU for the challenge. This training has prepared me for my professional goals. I will end with an inspirational quote that helps me gain the courage to go forth in my next challenge. “It’s okay to be scared. Being scared means you’re about to do something really, really brave.”

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national geographic: corporate/ retail/ exhibition design marriotti residence: residential design tie-in: commercial design other interests: textiles woodwork

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knowledge, and

love for all things - this concept

is one that we took into the space and designed the future headquartes of National Geographic in San Francisco, CA.

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Known for their captivating images, cultural

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summer

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north south west east

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crissy field marsh residential baker beach palace of fine arts

lot size - 20,000 located on a former military base.

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c o r p o r a t e / r e t a i l / e x h i b i t i o n d e s i g n

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A v i v a r i u m for smaller land a n i m a l s , typically in the f o r m o f a glass-fronted c a s e . T h e case can be open o r c l o s e d , depending on the o r g a n i s m within. T h i s s m a l l ecosystem sus t a i n s o r g anisms and their p e r f o r m e n ce and interaction i n t h e i r physical environ m e n t . J u s t as an office/ g a l l e r y / retail would sus t a i n t h e i r employees/ cus t o m e r s / a rtists.


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continue pattern throughout the space seperate and link workspace?

1. suspended display 2. table display 3. wall dispaly 4. bathroom 5. screen gallery 6. archive 7. mechanical room 8. electrical room 9. storage

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BASEMENT LEVEL FURNITURE PLAN 1/4" = 1'-0"


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EXHIBITION AREA 1/4" = 1'-0"

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BASEMENT LEV FURNITURE PL -10'

BASE FUR archive north elevation

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living organism within a bubble seating?

1. small exhibition 2. reception/ security 3. retail 4. atrium 5. bathroom 6. janitor room 7. mulit purpose /workshop 8. cafe 9. lounge area

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MULTI PURPOSE RM / WORKSHOP AREA 565 SQFT

JANITOR ROOM 80 SQFT

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KITCHEN 176 SQFT

WOMEN WC 163 SQFT

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6'-7" H

RETAIL 1325 SQFT

MEN WC 163 SQFT

CAFE 576 SQFT

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SEATING AREA

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UP

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wall finishes:

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SECLUDED SEATING

3 LOUNGE AREA 966 SQFT

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SMALL EXHIBITION 90 SQFT

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RECEPTION / SECURITY 446 SQFT

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LOADING DOCK 246 SQFT

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UP

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TERRARIUM FLOOR

MAIN ENTRANCE

level one scale: 1/4” = 1’-0” 19


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RECEPTION ELEVATION 1/4" = 1'-0"

lobby reception west elevation

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Level 2 14' - 2"

Level 2 14' - 2"

retail area north elevation

LEVEL 1 0' - 0" 5 20

STORE ELEVATION 1/4" = 1'-0"


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2016 office design layout modular office desks are movable and can be rearranged

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layer the floor plan with different spaces

8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19.

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reception waiting area editorial staff recreation area office manager medium conf.room regional manager senior editor marketing director art director senior web editor controller accounting membership hr marketing design/prod. large conf.room small conf.room


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SENIOR WEB EDITOR

SENIOR EDITOR

OFFICE MANAGER

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207

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REGIONAL MANAGER 210

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HR/ ACCOUNTING 211

MEN WC

WOMEN WC

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EDITORIAL STAFF/ DESIGN/ PRODUCT 205

OPEN TO BELOW STORAGE

CONTROLLER 216

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MEDIUM CONF RM

JANITOR RM

KITCHENETTE

RECREATION AREA

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SEATING

ATRIUM

SMALL CONF RM 218

OPEN TO BELOW

WAITING AREA

OFFICE RECEPTION 201

MARKETING/ MEMBERSHIP 202

MARKETING DIRECTOR

PRINT AREA 220

LARGE CONF RM 219

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ART DIRECTOR 204

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open office westLevel elevation 2

14' - 2"

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reception area

open office desk station

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LOADING DOCK 246 SQFT DN

CASHIER

National Geographic: known for it’s captivating images, cultural knowledge, and love for all things - here is a glimpse of just that.

MULTI PURPOSE RM / WORKSHOP AREA 565 SQFT

JANITOR ROOM 80 SQFT

KITCHEN 176 SQFT

WOMEN WC 163 SQFT CAFE 576 SQFT 6'-7" H

RETAIL 1325 SQFT

MEN WC 163 SQFT

SEATING AREA

UP

DN

SECLUDED SEATING

LOUNGE AREA 966 SQFT

SMALL EXHIBITION 90 SQFT RECEPTION / SECURITY 446 SQFT TERRARIUM FLOOR

MAIN ENTRANCE

level 1 cafe area

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LOADING DOCK 246 SQFT DN

CASHIER

MULTI PURPOSE RM / WORKSHOP AREA 565 SQFT

JANITOR ROOM 80 SQFT

KITCHEN 176 SQFT

WOMEN WC 163 SQFT CAFE 576 SQFT 6'-7" H

RETAIL 1325 SQFT

MEN WC 163 SQFT

SEATING AREA

UP

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SECLUDED SEATING

LOUNGE AREA 966 SQFT

SMALL EXHIBITION 90 SQFT RECEPTION / SECURITY 446 SQFT TERRARIUM FLOOR

MAIN ENTRANCE

level 1 seating lounge area

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WALL DISPLAY

BASEMENT LEVEL FURNITURE PLAN 1/4" = 1'-0"

WALL DISPLAY UP

ELECTRICAL RM 400 SQFT

CAFE 576 SQFT

TABLE DISPLAY

SUSPENDED DISPLAY

KITCHEN 176 SQFT

WOMEN WC 163 SQFT

WALL DISPLAY

JANITOR ROOM 80 SQFT

WALL DISPLAY

MULTI PURPOSE RM / WORKSHOP AREA 565 SQFT

1

TABLE DISPLAY

TABLE DISPLAY

CASHIER

UP

DN

EXHIBITION 2533 SQFT

LOADING DOCK 246 SQFT

6'-7" H

MECHANICAL RM 800 SQFT RETAIL 1325 SQFT

MEN WC 163 SQFT

SEATING AREA

WALL DISPLAY

UP

WOMEN WC 143 SQFT DN

MEN WC 143 SQFT

STORAGE 660 SQFT LOUNGE AREA 966 SQFT

SUSPENDED DISPLAY

SMALL EXHIBITION 90 SQFT

STORAGE 307 SQFT

RECEPTION / SECURITY 446 SQFT TERRARIUM FLOOR UP

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MAIN ENTRANCE

SCREEN GALLERY 620 SQFT

level 1 retail area

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ARCHIVE 330 SQFT

SECLUDED SEATING


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SENIOR WEB EDITOR

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ART DIRECTOR

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EDITORIAL STAFF/ DESIGN/ PRODUCT

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MARKETING DIRECTOR

OPEN TO BELOW

ATRIUM

OPEN TO BELOW

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MARKETING/ MEMBERSHIP

201

OFFICE RECEPTION

SEATING

214

WAITING AREA

215

KITCHENETTE

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JANITOR RM

WOMEN WC

MEN WC

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OFFICE MANAGER

SENIOR EDITOR

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MEDIUM CONF RM

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PRINT AREA

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LARGE CONF RM

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SMALL CONF RM

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RECREATION AREA

211

HR/ ACCOUNTING

CONTROLLER

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REGIONAL MANAGER

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STORAGE

203

MARKETING DIRECTOR

OPEN TO BELOW

ATRIUM

OPEN TO BELOW

DN

208

202

MARKETING/ MEMBERSHIP

201

OFFICE RECEPTION

SEATING

214

WAITING AREA

215

KITCHENETTE

212

JANITOR RM

WOMEN WC 213

209

OFFICE MANAGER

MEN WC

MEDIUM CONF RM

c o r p o r a t e / r e t a i l / e x h i b i t i o n d e s i g n

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ART DIRECTOR

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EDITORIAL STAFF/ DESIGN/ PRODUCT

SENIOR EDITOR

SENIOR WEB EDITOR

level 2 open office 220

PRINT AREA

216

2016

219

LARGE CONF RM

218

SMALL CONF RM

217

RECREATION AREA

211

HR/ ACCOUNTING

CONTROLLER

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REGIONAL MANAGER


LILIANA SAMPAIO BASEMENT LEVEL FLOOR PLAN 1/4" = 1'-0"

009

ELECTRICAL ROOM

008

MECHANICAL ROOM

007

22' - 3"

18' - 5"

UP

21' - 11 1/2"

1 7' - 7"

006

WOMEN WC

4' - 11"

WALL DISPLAY

5' - 11 1/2"

3' - 3"

13' - 6"

005

004

MEN WC

5' - 3"

SUSPENDED DISPLAY

5' - 3"

UP

5' - 0"

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WALL DISPLAY

EXHIBITION SPACE EXHIBITION 1 AREA

A109.1

WALL DISPLAY

1' - 11 1/2" 11' - 2 1/2"

21' - 2"

5' - 5 1/2"

20' - 6 1/2"

Date Drawn by Checked by

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A101.1

A103.1

24' - 3 1/2" 1

24' - 5"

Scale

24' - 5"

A100

24' - 2"

Checked by

FLOOR PLAN BASEMENT LEVEL Project number

24' - 5"

Drawn by

16' - 10"

Date

34 GRAHAM STREET SAN FRANCISCO CA, 94129

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- Elevation 1 - a

002

ARCHIVE

14' - 2"

2' - 1 1/2"

COVER SHEET

Project number

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC HEADQUARTERS

1' - 8"

003

SCREEN ROOM

30' - 10 1/2"

DIGITAL DISPLAY

16' - 6"

5' - 6"

21' - 11"

4' - 0"

ELEVATION

EQ

BUILDING SECTION

EQ

DETAIL

ROOM NUMBER

EQ

DOOR TAG

NORTH ARROW

34 GRAHAM STREET SAN FRANCISCO CA, 94129

EQ

LEVEL LINE

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ABOVE FINISH FLOOR TYPICAL GYPSUM BOARD GLASS DISHWASHER MICROWAVE REFRIGERATOR FLOOR THICJNESS CEILING HEIGHT WIDTH ACOUSITCAL TILE UP DOWN METAL WOOD CONCRETE CERAMIC TILE PAINT WALL COVERING CARPET ON CENTER UNLESS OTHERWISE CLEAR EQUAL COLUMN FLR CABINET SQUARE FEET CONFERENCE

SUSPENDED DISPLAY

11' - 7 1/2"

11' - 4 1/2" AFF TYP GYP BD GLS DW MICRO REF FLR THK CLG H W ACOUGT U D MTL WD CC CT PT WC CPT OC U.O.N CLR EQ COL FLR CAB SQFT CONF

SYMBOLS

11' - 4 1/2"

ABBREVITAIONS LIST

001

STORAGE ROOM

8' - 9 1/2"

21' - 11"

8' - 9"

WALL DISPLAY

15' - 1 1/2"

18' - 10 1/2"

5' - 3 1/2"

6' - 5 1/2"

1

A103.2

4' - 5"

SHEET INDEX SHEET A100 COVER SHEET SHEET A101.1 FLOOR PLAN - BASEMENT LEVEL SHEET A101.2 FLOOR PLAN - LEVEL 1 SHEET A101.3 FLOOR PLAN - LEVEL 2 SHEET A102 EXTERIOR BUILDING ELEVATIONS SHEET A103 OVERALL BUILDING SECTIONS SHEET A104.1 REFLECTED CEILING PLAN - BASEMENT LEVEL SHEET A104.2 REFLECTED CEILING PLAN - LEVEL 1 SHEET A104.3 REFLECTED CEILING PLAN - LEVEL 2 SHEET A105.1 ENLARGED FINISH PLAN - BASEMENT LEVEL - 1 SHEET A105.2 ENLARGED FINISH PLAN - BASEMENT LEVEL - 2 SHEET A105.3 ENLARGED FINISH PLAN - LEVEL 1 - 1 SHEET A105.4 ENLARGED FINISH PLAN - LEVEL 1 - 2 SHEET A105.5 ENLARGED FINISH PLAN - LEVEL 2 - 1 SHEET A105.6 ENLARGED FINISH PLAN - LEVEL 2 - 2 SHEET A106.1 ENLARGED FURNITURE PLAN - BASEMENT LEVEL - 1 SHEET A106.2 ENLARGED FURNITURE PLAN - BASEMENT LEVEL - 2 SHEET A106.3 ENLARGED FURNITURE PLAN - LEVEL 1 - 1 SHEET A106.4 ENLARGED FURNITURE PLAN - LEVEL 1 - 2 SHEET A106.5 ENLARGED FURNITURE PLAN - LEVEL 2 - 1 SHEET A106.6 ENLARGED FURNITURE PLAN - LEVEL 2 - 2 SHEET A107 RESTROOM ENLARGED PLAN AND ELEVATIONS SHEET A108 ELECTRICAL PLAN SHEET A109.1 INTERIOR ELEVATIONS SHEET A109.2 INTERIOR ELEVATIONS SHEET A109.3 INTERIOR ELEVATIONS SHEET A110 DETAILS SHEET A111 SCHEDULES

SITE MAP

1/4" = 1'-0"

Scale

D

LEVEL 2 FLOOR PLAN 1/4" = 1'-0"

219

5' - 10 1/2"

1

LARGE CONF RM

220

7' - 2" 10' - 6 1/2"

7' - 0"

16' - 2"

MARKETING/ MEMBERSHIP

201

OFFICE RECEPTION

7' - 11 1/2"

7' - 6"

214

8' - 6"

JANITOR RM

213

MEN WC

PRINT AREA

218

SMALL CONF RM

217

RECREATION AREA 215

9' - 4"

212

KITCHENETTE

14' - 9"

18' - 0 1/2" 208

2' - 0 1/2"

BUILT IN CABINETRY

20' - 0 1/2"

ART DIRECTOR

21' - 10 1/2"

20' - 0 1/2"

205

EDITORIAL STAFF/ DESIGN/ PRODUCT

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BUILT IN TABLE

206

SENIOR WEB EDITOR

6' - 8"

STORAGE

207

11' - 8 1/2" 11' - 10 1/2"

101

LOBBY RECEPTION/SECURITY

10' - 0"

10' - 0"

SENIOR EDITOR

5' - 5"

7' - 1"

102

10' - 0"

RETAIL

6'-7" H SUSPENDED NETING

103

10' - 3 1/2"

8' - 4"

28' - 1 1/2"

19' - 0"

204

12' - 8"

MULTI PURPOSE RM/ WORKSHOP AREA

BUILT IN DESK

8' - 8 1/2"

23' - 7"

3' - 7"

FLOOR PLAN - LEVEL 1

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC HEADQUARTERS

18' - 8 1/2"

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC HEADQUARTERS 34 GRAHAM STREET SAN FRANCISCO CA, 94129

FLOOR PLAN - LEVEL 2

A

A

203

MARKETING DIRECTOR

OPEN TO BELOW

DN

DN

8' - 4 1/2"

8' - 0"

6' - 0"

B

OPEN TO BELOW

MEDIUM CONF RM

202

4' - 0 1/2"

216

CONTROLLER

211

HR/ ACCOUNTING

WOMEN WC

209

OFFICE MANAGER

C 13' - 11 1/2"

MAIN ENTRY

9' - 1 1/2" 13' - 8" UP

210

DN

4' - 2 1/2"

1 SMALL EXHIBITION

8' - 11 1/2"

10' - 4"

9' - 6" 19' - 1 1/2"

108

MEN WC

A103.2

1

SUSPENDED SEATING

REGIONAL MANAGER

LEVEL 1 FLOOR PLAN 1/4" = 1'-0"

16' - 2 1/2"

109

LOUNGE AREA

1 A110

16' - 0"

16' - 5 1/2"

GREEN FLOOR

106

CAFE

BUILT IN CASEWORK

105

KITCHEN

BUILT IN TABLE

15' - 6"

2' - 2 1/2"

6' - 1"

4' - 7 1/2" 11' - 5"

DN

COUNTER

UP

4' - 0" 3' - 4" 3' - 3"

107

WOMEN WC

3' - 3" 5' - 3 1/2"

4' - 0"

6' - 6"

8' - 7"

1' - 7 1/2" 110

11' - 4 1/2"

2' - 0"

JANITOR RM

3' - 8 1/2"

5' - 6" 4' - 0"

14' - 0"

5' - 2"

6' - 10"

3' - 3"

104

8' - 6 1/2"

8' - 1 1/2"

7' - 3"

2' - 2 1/2" 0' - 2 1/2"

2' - 0" 49. 00째

LOADING DOCK

15' - 6 1/2"

22' - 9"

38' - 4"

2' - 8"

B

2' - 7"

6' - 9" 8' - 2 1/2"

1' - 9" 3' - 6"

5' - 0"

10' - 11"

2"

C

12' - 1"

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9"

10' - 3 1/2"

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10' - 3 1/2"

2"

13' - 8 1/2"

1' - 9 1/2"

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4

3

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2

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25' - 10"

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A101.2

5

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10' - 0"

3

5' - 8"

2

10' - 0"

1

5' - 8 1/2"

A103.1

10' - 0"

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23' - 9 1/2"

A

Project number Date

16' - 1"

Drawn by Checked by

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Project number Date

10' - 7"

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4' - 7 1/2"

24' - 1" '11

Scale

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STORAGE ROOM

LILIANA SAMPAIO

ARCHITECT: LILIANA SAMPAIO LS INTERIORS 123 FOLSOM AVE SAN FRANCISCO, CA CELL: 510.555.1234 OFFICE: 510.555.1234 EMAIL:LILIANA@LSINTERIORS.COM

12' - 2"

2016

11' - 0 1/2"

CLIENT/ OWNER: NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC 34 GRAHAM STREET SAN FRANCISCO, CA, 94129 CELL: 510.555.1234 OFFICE: 510.555.1234 EMAIL: INFO@NATIONALGEOGRAPHIC.COM

32' - 11 1/2"

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PROJECT NAME / ADDRESS NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC HEADQUARTERS 34 GRAHAM STREET SAN FRANCISCO,CA, 94129

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1. ALL WORK SHALL COMPLY WITH THE APPLICABLE CODES, AMENDMENTS, RULES,REGULATIONS, ORDINANCES, LAWS, ORDERS,APPROVALS, ETC. THAT ARE REQUIRED BY PUBLIC AUTHORITIES. IN THE EVENT OF CONFLICT, WORK SHALL COMPLY WITH THE MOST STRINGENT REQUIREMENTS. REQUIREMENTS INCLUDES, BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO, THE CURRENT APPLICABLE EDITIONS OR PUBLICATION OF THE FOLLOWING: A. INTERNATIONAL BUILDING CODE, 2012 (CALIFORNIA BUILDING CODE AMENDMENTS 2010, AND SAN FRANCISCO BUILDING CODE AMENDMENTS 2010) B.UNIFORM MECHANUCAL CODE (U.M.C), 2012 C.NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE (N.E.C), 2011 D.UNIFORM PLUMBLING CODE (U.P.C), 2009 E.INTERNATIONAL FIRE CODE (I.F.C), 2009 F.AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT (A.D.A) G.STATE AND LOCAL MUNICIPAL ORDINANCES AND AMENDMENTS TO THE CODE 2. THE GENERAL CONTRACTOR (GC) SHALL REVIEW ALL DOCUMENTS AND VERIFY ALL DIMENSIONS AND FIELD CONDITIONS AND SHALL CONFIRM THAT WORK IS BUILDABLE AS SHOWN.ANY CONFLICTS OR OMISSIONS, ETC. SHALL BE IMMEDITELY REPORTED TO THE ARCHITECT AND OWNER IN WRITING, FOR CLARIFICATION PRIOR TO THE PERFORMANCE OF ANY WORK IN QUESTION. THE GC SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE CORRECTION OF ALL WORK, AS DIRECTED BY ARCHITECT , FOR WHICH THE ARCHITECT WAS NOT NOTIFIED IN ADVANCE. 3. ALL DIMENSIONS TO BE TAKEN FROM NUMERIC DESIGNATIONS ONLY. DIMENSIONS ARE NOT TO BE SCALED OFF OF DRAWINGS. 4. IN CASE OF CONFLICT BETWEEN ARCHITECT'S AND ENGINEER'S DRAWINGS IN LOCATING MATERIALS/EQUIPMENT,THE ARCHITECT AND OWNER SHALL BE NOTIFIED IMMEDIATELY FOR CLARIFICATION. 5. WORK AREAS ARE TO REMAIN SECURE AND LOCKABLE DURING CONSTRUCTION. GC SHALL COORDINATE WITH OWNER TO ENSURE SECURITY. FINAL CLEANING INCLUDES, BUT IS NOT LIMITED TO, CLEANING OF ALL GLASS, GLOSSY SURFACES, FLOORS, DOORS, FRAMES, AND WAL BASE. 6.SUBSITUTIONS, REVISIONS, OR CHANGES SHALL BE SUBMITTED TO ARCHITECT AND OWNER (IN CONFORMANCE WITH SPECIFIED PROCEDURES) PRIOR TO PURCHASE, FABRICATION, OR INSTALLATION. 7.ALL MANUFACTURED ARTICLES, MATERIALS, AND EQUIPMENT SHALL BE APPLIED, INSTALLED, CONNECTED, ERECTED, CLEANED, AND CONDITIONED PER MANUFACTURER'S INSTRUCTIONS. IN THE CASE OF DIFFERENCES BETWEEN THE MANUFACTURER'S INSTRUCTIONS AND THE CONTRACT DOCUMENTS, THE GC SHALL NOTIFY THE ARCHITECT AND OWNER BEFORE PROCEEDING. 8.GC IS TO ASSUME THE SOLE RESPONSIBILITY FOR JOB SITE CONDITIONS, INCLUDING, SAFETY OF PERSONS AND PROPERTY DURING THE DURATON OF THE PROJECT. 9.GC SHALL HAVE A FULL-TIME REPRESENTATIVE PRESENT IN THE BUILDING AT ALL ITEMS WHILE CONSTRUCTION ACTIVITIES ARE UNDERWAY ON-SITE. 10.GC TO VERIFY THT EXISTING CONCRETE FLOORS ARE LEVEL, SMOOTH, AND FREE FROM SCALING. GC TO REPORT ANY VARIATIONS IN FLOOR LEVEL GREATER THAN 1/4" IN 10'-0".

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A101.3 1/4" = 1'-0"

Scale

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5 Parapet 31' - 8" Roof Cut 30' - 1" Roof 27' - 1"

LEVEL 1 0' - 0"

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BASEMENT LEVEL FURNITURE PLAN -10' - 8"

EXTERIOR BUILDING ELEVATIONS Date Drawn by Checked by

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LEVEL 1 0' - 0"

NORTH BUILDING SECTION 1/4" = 1'-0"

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STORE ELEVATION 1/2" = 1'-0"

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redesigned for three clients within the same family but with completely different personalities. The challenge was to portray each one, while remaining harmonious throughout the entire space.

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built in: 1955 building size: 4365 sqft lot size: 4485 sqft

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Tortoise with head and tale of sea snake, this ancient mythogical creture is considered the warrior of the North in China. It represents the element of water, and the winter season. Its shell represents Earth and its overall symbolism is longevity and wisdom. For this concept, I am taking the texture and colors of the tortoise shell and incorporating this into the inerior space with an asian touch.


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The white tiger, this ancient mythological creature is considered the god of war in China. It represents the element of metal, the color white, wind, and the fall season. Its overall symbolism is the preserver, reason for its title king of all animals. For this concept, I am taking all of the elements that constitute this ancient symbol - color, texture, material, geometry - and incorporating this into the interior space, containing the Asian touch.


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1. master bedroom 2. master bath 3. walk-in closet 4. jacuzzi area 5. patio 6. kitchen 7. entry 8. laundry 9. office 10. gallery 11. living area

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The client was very specific in a simple yet elegant design. He loves hard edges and raw materials - marble, concrete, metal - which connects back to the concept. living area perspective

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The red bird, also known as the phoenix, this ancient mythological creature is considered to be the incarnation of the God of the South. It represents the element of fire, the color red, and the summer season. Its overall symbolism is knowledge and good fortune. It’s radiant feathers and beautiful song create a warm and nurturing atmosphere, one that I will bring into the space, with the help of it’s distinct elements.


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bbq grill

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office area

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Warm, homey, and functional - three requests that the client had for this space. Taking a turn with the typical asian design, this space has checked off all requirements. master bathroom perspective

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with over 25 years of experience as one of the greatest restaurant concept developers, intends to expand his culinary business and hospitality industry worldwide. Primo brand is all about people’s experience in their different environments, yet still remaining true to their roots. Tie-in, the newest member of Riviera’s Primo brand branch, is an upscale specialty food market and café, specializing in organic, local, sustainable products with affordable produce.

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Tony Riviera, a successful entrepreneur

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year built: 2013 to 2015 zoning: ZN08 - MBRA 8715 area: 1.060 sq mi population: approx. 4000

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The wine process is a natural process that requires very little human intervention. It is up to us to improve it. This is the foundation for my partner, Cheeyee Lee, and I concept, the five steps of wine making - harvest; crushing and pressing; fermentation; clarification; and aging and bottling. You will visually experience this transformation through out our restaurant with help from the interiors and materials used throughout the space.


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This green wall located in the restaurant, keeps the space alive and vibrant, a nice contrast to the concrete walls and black marble flooring.

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step out of the usual interior design norm and dig deeper into what creates a space. Textiles and furniture design are some essentials that any interior designer cannot work without. I’m very fortunate to be given the opportunity to further my knowledge in both areas, the following will show you a glimpse of what I’ve learned over the years. Enjoy!

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Evocative Blossoms These prints display a vivid and playful mood, that can work with almost anything design wise - from upholstery to wall coverings, bed sheets to clothing.

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Streets of San Francisco These prints display a unique and fun perspective of the streets of San Francisco. The patterns and textures were a pleasure to work with. 88


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Rigid Harmony Inspired by Laura Mays “Dubh� chair, this desk chair allows a sense of privacy while also maintaining an open work space. With the appropriate back angle, one can also rest and take a break when needed. 90


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Liliana Sampaio, born in the East Bay, California but raised in her parents home town in Oporto, Portugal. She is now an Interior and Architectural Design student at AAU, combining her experiences and ideas from both cultures and incorporating them into her designs. She is known for her incredible understanding and beautiful presentation of functionality, sustainability, and ADA designs. Being the daughter of immigrant parents and third oldest of four sisters, Liliana was raised with certain struggles. Instead of changing her whole mindset, she incorporated her learning’s and presented them in the most beautiful designs.

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Liliana Sampaio Interior Design Portfolio  

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