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S A M U E L S S O N I N TERI OR DESI G N P ORT F OL I O


LISA SAMUELSSON

| INTERIOR DESIGN PORTFOLIO


TRIBECA GRAND HOTEL SOFITEL HOTEL BATH HOUSE

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

T E C H N I C A L

BURTS BEES DIFFA

H O S P I T A L I T Y

C O M M E R C I A L

R E S I D E N T I A L

JAPANESE INSPIRED APARTMENT MICHELLE OBAMA VACATION RESIDENCE CONTAINER HOME CUSTOM DESIGNED KITCHEN CUSTOM DESIGNED BATHROOM


LISA SAMUELSSON

| INTERIOR DESIGN PORTFOLIO

MY

STORY.

I was born in the city of Lund, Sweden, a University city in southern Sweden founded in 1666 filled with tremendous history and culture. Shortly thereafter I moved with my family to the suburb of Bjarred, a small seaside town. It was there that my parents raised my brother and I. My father works as a self-employed mechanical engineer with his own consulting firm, often traveling for much of the time depending upon the job. My mother works as a biomedical researcher at the University of Lund. I attended school in Bjarred until my sophomore year. I then attended a school that specialized in the arts. I always had an interest in the arts, having spent a great deal of time with my Grandmother in a remote area in northern Sweden. My Grandmother worked for many years creating Sami leather bags by hand. She also had a great interest in art and different types of crafting. She spent endless hours decorating her home there were so many times that she would completely rearrange her entire home, room

by room in the course of a single day. It was through my exposure to her projects that I began my great interest in art and design. After a family vacation to New York in 2001, I informed my parents that I had every intention of attending college here. That was my plan, and it never changed. After graduating from high school in 2009, I worked for two years in Sweden at a day care facility. In the summer of 2011, I came back to New York and enrolled in the Art Institute of New York City. My desire to become an interior designer stemmed from my love of art, and the desire to use that in some larger scale than just a canvas. I felt that the field of interior design would afford me the ability to use my art background in a more engaging and tactile manner. I wanted people to be able to live in the spaces I would create for them. I have a secondary interest in furniture design, as I wanted to expand on the more simple aesthetic I grew up around in Sweden.


RESIDENTIAL


JAPANESE INSPIRED APARTMENT MICHELLE OBAMA VACATION RESIDENCE CONTAINER HOME CUSTOM DESIGNED KITCHEN CUSTOM DESIGNED BATHROOM


JAPANESE INSPIRED APARTMENT

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JAPANESE INSPIRED APARTMENT LOCATION

NEW YORK CITY

AREA

1,700 SQ, FT.

PROJECT

RESIDENTIAL APARTMENT

DESIGN CONCEPT

JAPANESE CULTURE

PROJECT DESCRIPTON THE JAPANESE INSPIRED APARTMENT TAKES INSPIRATION FROM TRADITIONAL JAPANESE HOMES. A TRADITIONAL JAPANESE HOME INCLUDES ELEMENTS SUCH AS TATAMI MATS, FUSUMA, SHOJI, AND THE TOKANOMA. THERE IS ALSO A VERY APPARENT GRIDDED STRUCTURE FOUND IN THE ASYMETRIC LAYING THE TATAMI MATS. THE APARTMENT WAS DESIGNED BASED UPON THE TRADITIONS FROM JAPANESE CULTURE AND THE CONCEPT OF PRIVATE AND PUBLIC SPACE. THE CONCEPT SPACE OF THE PROJECT IS THE JAPANESE GARDEN.


LISA SAMUELSSON

| INTERIOR DESIGN PORTFOLIO LEGEND. A. DINING/LIVING ROOM PERSPECTIVE. B. LIVING ROOM PERSPECTIVE. C. MATERIALS AND FINNISHES. D. KEY PLAN

A.

C.

B.

D.


JAPANESE INSPIRED APARTMENT LEGEND. A. MASTER BEDROOM PERSPECTIVE. B. MASTER BEDROOM PERSPECTIVE. C. MATERIALS AND FI NISHES. D. KEY PLAN

A.

C.

D.

B.

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A.

B.

C.


JAPANESE INSPIRED APARTMENT

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LEGEND. A. MASTER BATH PERSPECTIVE. B. MATERIALS AND FINISHES. C. KEY PLAN. D. MASTER BATH SECTION. E. APARTMENT SECTION.

D.

E.


LISA SAMUELSSON

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A. LEGEND. A. GARDEN PERSPECTIVE. B. KEY PLAN. C. GARDEN ELEVATION. D. GARDEN PERSPECTIVE. E. GARDEN SKETCHES. B.


JAPANESE INSPIRED APARTMENT

C.

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D.

E.


LISA SAMUELSSON

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A.

B.


JAPANESE INSPIRED APARTMENT

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C.

D.

LEGEND. A. KITCHEN/DINING PERSPECTIVE. B. KEY PLAN. C. KITCHEN/DINING SECTION. D. FURNITURE SELECTION. E. KITCHEN/DINING SECTION.

E.


MICHELLE OBAMA VACATION RESIDENCE

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MICHAEL OBAMA VACATION RESIDENCE LOCATION

NEW YORK CITY

AREA

1,800 SQ, FT.

PROJECT

RESIDENTIAL APARTMENT

DESIGN CONCEPT

GARDEN

PROJECT DESCRIPTION SPATIAL: INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR ARE THE SAME. MINIMAL SEPARATION BETWEEN HOUSE AND LANDSCAPE. HOUSE INTEGRATED INTO LANDSCAPE. LIGHT: SUNRISE AND SUNSET ARE INCREDIBLE MOMENTS THAT SHOULD BE QUIETLY BUT INTENSELY CELEBRATED. THESE HERALDING CYCLES INTERACT WITH OUR LIVES MARKING TIMES PASSAGE AND OUR MORTALITY WHILE UNDERLYING THE JOY OF LIVING. MATERIALITY: TOUCH IS IMPORTANT. CONTACT, SENSATIONS AND CONTRAST IN TEXTURE. SILK AND SAND, CUSHION AND CONCRETE, STEEL AND FEATHERS. TACTILE SENSES SHOULD FEAST ON SURROUNDINGS, THE WARMING OF METAL IN THE SUN, THE COOL OF SAND IN THE SHADE.


LISA SAMUELSSON

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A.


MICHELLE OBAMA VACATION RESIDENCE

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C.

B.

LEGEND. A.KITCHEN/DINING PERSPECTIVE. B. FURNITURE. C. DINING PERSPECTIVE. D. KITCHEN PERSPECTIVE. E. KEY PLAN.

E.

D.


LISA SAMUELSSON

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A. LEGEND. A.LIVING ROOM PERSPECTIVE. B. FURNITURE. C. KEY PLAN. D. LIVING ROOM SECTION. E. LIVING ROOM PERSPECTIVE B.

C.

F. FURNITURE.


MICHELLE OBAMA VACATION RESIDENCE

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D.

E.

F.


LISA SAMUELSSON

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A.

B.

C.


MICHELLE OBAMA VACATION RESIDENCE

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D.

LEGEND. A.MASTER BED ROOM PERSPECTIVE. B. MATERIAL AND FINISHES. C. KEY PLAN. D. APARTMENT SECTION. E. MASTER BATH ELEVATION.

E.


LISA SAMUELSSON

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A.

B. LEGEND. A.GUEST BEDROOM PERSPECTIVE. B. DINNING ROOM PERSPECTIVE. C. FURNITURE. D. KEY PLAN.

C.

D.

E. APARTMENT SECTION.

E.


MICHELLE OBAMA VACATION RESIDENCE

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B.

A. LEGEND. A. BALCONY PERSPECTIVE. B. MATERIAL AND FINISHES. C. KEY PLAN. D. GARDEN ELEVATION. C.

D.

E.


A.

B.


CONTAINER HOME

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C. LEGEND. A. LIVING ROOM PERSPECTIVE. B. INSPIRATION IMAGES. C. FLOOR PLAN. D. OUTSIDE VIEW E. SITE MAP.

D.

CONTAINER HOME LOCATION

LONG ISLAND

AREA

800 SQ, FT.

PROJECT

RESIDENTIAL APARTMENT

DESIGN CONCEPT

PROJECT DESCRIPTON

E.

N/A

The container project was based on designing for a client that had spAtial needs because of their uniquE quality, that they needed their space to be cUstOm made.this space is designed for a client that was six foot ten and in need to make his small extended stay home be cOMFORTABLE for him and his hEight. Client profile. TIM GOODYEAR: IS A FORMER BASKETBOLL PLAYER WHO INJURED HIS KNEE AND HAD TO STOP PLAYING, SO HE’S NOW COACHING A HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL TEAM.HE IS MARRIED TO ANITA AND THEY HAVE BEEN TOGETER FOR FIVE YEARS.AFTER HIS INJURY HE HAS BEEN HAVING TROUBLE WITH HIS KNEES SO HE WANTS A PLACE WHERE IT IS EASY TO MOVE AROUND AND WHERE NOTHING IS TO CLOSE TO THE FLOORJIM HAS A MODERN TASTE AND WANTS HIS INVIROMENT TO BE PRACTICAL AND HE LOVES NATURE AND WANTS NATURE TO BE IN CLUDED IN HIS LONG STAY HOTEL.


LISA SAMUELSSON

| INTERIOR DESIGN PORTFOLIO LEGEND. A. LIVING ROOM PERSPECTIVE. B. LIVING ROOM PERSPECTIVE. C. CUSTO M DESIGNED STORAGE UNIT D. KEY PLAN. E. SITE MAP.

A.


CONTAINER HOME

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C.

D.

B.


LISA SAMUELSSON

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A.

C.

D.


CONTAINER HOME

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E. LEGEND. A. KITCHEN PERSPECTIVE. B. KITCHEN/ SLEEPING AREA PERSPECTIVES. C. FURNITURE. D. KEY PLAN. E. MATERIALS AND FINISHES.

B.


LISA SAMUELSSON

| INTERIOR DESIGN PORTFOLIO

A.

LEGEND. A. CONTAINER SECTION. B. BATHROOM PERSPECTIVE.


CONTAINER HOME

B.

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COSTUM DESIGN KITCHEN

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CUSTOM DESIGNED KITCHEN LOCATION

N/A

AREA

N/A

PROJECT

RESIDENTIAL

DESIGN CONCEPT

N/A

PROJECT DESCRIPTON THE CUSTOM DESIGNED KITCHEN PROJECT IS A DESIGNEED KITCHEN FOR COMPACT URBAN HOMES, WHERE SPACE IS EVERYTHING. THE PROJECT WAS ABOUT CREATING A DESIGN FOR AN URBAN HOME THAT WAS LONG AND NARROW AND NEEDED A WELL ORGANIZED KITCHEN ON A SMALL AMOUNT OF SPACE.


LISA SAMUELSSON

| INTERIOR DESIGN PORTFOLIO

A.


CUSTOM DESIGN KITCHEN

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C.

LEGEND. A. KITCHEN PERSPECTIVE. B. MATERIALS AND FINISHES C. RENDERINGS

B.


A.

B.


CUSTOM DESIGN BATHROOM

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CUSTOM DESIGNED BATHROOM LOCATION

N/A

AREA

N/A

PROJECT

RESIDENTIAL

DESIGN CONCEPT

N/A

PROJECT DESCRIPTON

C. LEGEND. A. PERSPECTIVE. B. INSPIRATION IMAGES. C. PERSPECTIVES

THE CUSTOM DESIGNED BATHROOM PROJECT IS A DESIGNED BATH FOR COMPACT URBAN HOMES, WHERE SPACE IS EVERYTHING. THE PROJECT WAS ABOUT CREATING A DESIGN FOR AN URBAN HOME THAT WAS LONG AND NARROW AND NEEDED A WELL ORGANIZED AND EXPRESSIVE ORIGINAL BATHROOM THAT WAS WELL ORGANIZED ON A SMALL AMOUNT OF SPACE.


LISA SAMUELSSON

LEGEND. A. SECTION. B. MATERIAL AND FINISHES. C. PERSPECTIVES. E. SECTIONS.

| INTERIOR DESIGN PORTFOLIO

A.


CUSTOM DESIGN BATHROOM

B.

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C.

D.


COMMERCIAL


BURT’S BEES DIFFA


BURT’S BEE

BURT’S BEE LOCATION

NEW YORK

AREA

2,500 SQ FT

PROJECT

COMERCIAL

DESIGN CONCEPT

N/A

| COMMERCIAL

PROJECT DESCRIPTON BURT’S BEES PROJECT IS A POP UP SHOWROOM SHOWCASING THE COMPANY. BURT’S BEES IS A PERSONAL CARE PRODUCT COMPANY, THEY ARE ALL ABOUT USING NATURAL PRODUCTS AND THE IMPACT THEY HAVE ON THE ENVIRONMENT. THEY BELIVE IN EDUCATING PEOPLE ON NATURAL PRODUCTS THAT HAS A POSITIVE EFFECT ON THERE CUSTOMERS AND THE ENVIRONMENT. BURT’S BEES IS VERY DEDICATED TO SUSTAINABILITY WITHIN THEIR WALLS AND ARE ALWAYS LOOKING FOR OPPORTUNITIES TO EXPRESS THEIR VALUES AND VISION. NOT ONLY ARE THEIR PRODUCTS NATURAL AND ECO FRIENDLY, SO ARE ALSO THEIR PACKAGING THAT ARE MADE FROM RECYCLABLE MATERIALS, BUT THEY ARE ALSO INVOLVED IN OTHER PROJECTS TO FIND ALTERNATIVES FOR LIVING AND WORKING IN HARMONY WITH THE ENVIRONMENT.


LISA SAMUELSSON

| INTERIOR DESIGN PORTFOLIO LEGEND. A. SHOWROOM SECTION. B. RETAIL PERSPECTIVE. C. CUSTOM DESIGNED SELF. D. KEY PLAN.

A.


BURT’S BEE

| COMMERCIAL

C.

D.

B.


LISA SAMUELSSON

| INTERIOR DESIGN PORTFOLIO

A.

B.


BURT’S BEE

C.

LEGEND. A. EXHIBITION AREA PERSPECTIVE B. FINISHES AND MATERIALS. C. SHOWROOM SECTION. D. KEY PLAN.

D.

| COMMERCIAL


LISA SAMUELSSON

| INTERIOR DESIGN PORTFOLIO

A.


BURT’S BEE

| COMMERCIAL

LEGEND. A. LOFT AREA PERSPECTIVE B. LOFT AREA PERSPECTIVE. C. SHOWROOM SECTION. D. KEY PLAN.

B.

D.

C.


LISA SAMUELSSON

| INTERIOR DESIGN PORTFOLIO

A. LEGEND. A. BASEMENT KITCHEN PERSPECTIVE B. BASMENT WORK AREA PERSPECTIVE. C. KEY PLAN.


BURT’S BEE

C.

| COMMERCIAL

B.


DIFFA

DIFFA

LOCATION

N/A

AREA

N/A

PROJECT

COMERCIAL

DESIGN CONCEPT

ART DECO

| COMMERCIAL

PROJECT DESCRIPTON THE DIFFA PROJECT IS CREATED FOR THE DIFFA COMPETITION WHERE DESIGNERS CREATE A DINING EXPERIENCE WHERE PEOPLE BID FOR THE DINING CUBE FOR CHARITY. ITS CREATED FROM A CONCEPT WORD THAT WAS ART DECO IN A 11 BY 11 FEET CUBE, WHERE YOU HAD TO FIT A DINING TABLE FOR 11 PEOPLE. Art Deco, or Deco, is an influential visual arts design style which first appeared in France during the 1920s, flourished internationally during the 30s and 40s, then waned in the post-World War II era. It is an eclectic style that combines traditional craft motifs with Machine Age imagery and materials. Art deco was influenced by the Art Nouveau’s use of motifs depicting nature; sunrises, flowers and shells however, the once loved organically, flowing lines were replaced with geometric and angular shapes. Travel during the deco period became increasing popular, therefore global influences affected the art deco decor and color palette. Egyptian pyramids and sphinxes are commonly seen in art deco interior design and since African safaris were ‘the thing’ to do, animal skins and prints, ivory and mother of pearl were sought after.


LISA SAMUELSSON

| INTERIOR DESIGN PORTFOLIO

A.


DIFFA

| COMMERCIAL

C. LEGEND. A.PROCESS MODELS. B. PROJECT MODEL IMAGES. C. MATERIALS AND FINISHES. E. PROJECT MODEL IMAGES.

D.


HOSPITALITY


TRIBECA GRAND HOTEL SOFITEL HOTEL BATH HOUSE


TRIBECA GRAND HOTEL

| HOSPITALITY

TRIBECA GRAND HOTEL LOCATION

NEW YORK

AREA

N/A

PROJECT

HOSPITALITY

DESIGN CONCEPT

N/A

PROJECT DESCRIPTON TRIBECA GRAND HOTEL IS A PROJECT MADE UP OF A FULL SET OF CONSTRUCTION DRAWINGS FROM CURRENT DESIGN, TO RENOVATION, UNTILL FINISHED PRODUCT. ITS A TOTAL RENOVATION OF THE HOTELS MASTER SUITE FROM BEGINING TO END.


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TRIBECA GRAND HOTEL

| HOSPITALITY


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| INTERIOR DESIGN PORTFOLIO


TRIBECA GRAND HOTEL

| HOSPITALITY

B.

A.

LEGEND. A.FURNITURE. B. LIVING

ROOM PERSPECTIVE.

C. DINING PERSPECTIVE.

C.


LISA SAMUELSSON

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TRIBECA GRAND HOTEL

| HOSPITALITY


LISA SAMUELSSON

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TRIBECA GRAND HOTEL

LIVING ROOM ELEVATION.

| HOSPITALITY


LISA SAMUELSSON

| INTERIOR DESIGN PORTFOLIO

A.


TRIBECA GRAND HOTEL

| HOSPITALITY

B.

LEGEND. A.FINISHES B. BEDROOM PERSPECTIVE.


SOFITEL HOTEL

SOFITEL HOTEL

| HOSPITALITY

LOCATION

NEW YORK

AREA

N/A

PROJECT

HOSPITALITY

DESIGN CONCEPT

CHRISTMAS DECORATION

PROJECT DESCRIPTON

THE DESIGN WAS CONCEIVED FROM THE DESIRE TO INCORPORATE A CLEAN, CONTEMPORARY INDUSTRIAL LOOK IN A TRADITIONAL SPACE COHESIVELY. WE BELIEVE THAT WE ACCOMPLISHED THIS GOAL BY CHOOSING JUST THE MATERIALS NEEDED TO ACHIEVE THIS END. OUR TREES ARE CONSTRUCTED FROM METAL FLASHING, CUT AND CURVED INTO A SPIRAL TO EMULATE THE SHAPE OF A TREE WITHOUT BEING TOO LITERAL. IN ADDITION, THE FLASHING ON THE CENTERPIECE TREE AND THE TWO SIX FOOT TREES WILL BE FABRICATED BY LASER CUTTING SEASON’S GREETINGS IN THE MANY LANGUAGES SPOKEN THROUGHOUT THE SOFITEL PROPERTIES AND WORLDWIDE. THE SMALL TABLETOP TREES WILL BE CREATED IN MUCH THE SAME WAY WITH NO LASER CUTTING, BUT WILL STILL CONTAIN THE GREETING MESSAGE IN WRITING. THE FLASHING WILL BE ATTACHED WITH CHAIN, AND WILL THEN BE SUSPENDED IN SPACE BY CHAIN. THE CENTERPIECE TREE WILL BE SUSPENDED FROM A CRANKOVATOR TRIPOD, AND THE TWO SIX FOOT TREES WILL BE SUSPENDED FROM INDUSTRIAL LIGHT STANDS. BOWS WILL BE CONSTRUCTED FROM A RED ALUMINUM MATERIAL. THE TAIL OF THE BOW WILL FORM THE BEGINNING OF THE ACTUAL SPIRAL ON ALL OF THE TREES. THE BOW THEME WILL BE CARRIED OVER TO THE THREE SETS OF COLUMNS WITH THE TAILS BEING WRAPPED AND SECURED BEHIND THE COLUMNS. THERE WILL BE A LARGE WREATH CONSTRUCTED FROM THE FLASHING AND ALUMINUM AND WILL BE FLANKED BY WIRE MESH HOUSES. THE HOUSES WILL BE LIT, AND THE WREATH WILL BE HUNG OVER THE FIREPLACE. ON THE OPPOSITE WALL ON THE TABLE IN FRONT OF THE MIRROR WILL BE A VIGNETTE OF HOUSES MADE FROM THE WIRE MESH AND GLOWING. THE CENTERPIECE TREE WILL FEATURE A CHROMED MOTORIZED TRAIN THAT WILL TRAVEL A SMALL PORTION OF THE SPIRAL TO INCORPORATE A NOD TO THE TRADITIONAL CHRISTMAS CUSTOM. ALL OF THE TREES WILL BE LIT. THE THREE LARGER TREES WILL BE LIT USING LED STRIP LIGHTING. THE SMALLER TREES WILL BE UPLIT WITH A BATTERY OPERATED LIGHT TO KEEP THE PORTABILITY .


LISA SAMUELSSON

| INTERIOR DESIGN PORTFOLIO

A. LEGEND. A. TREE AND ARCH PERSPECTIVE B. TREE PERSPECTIVE.


SOFITEL HOTEL

| HOSPITALITY

B.


LISA SAMUELSSON

| INTERIOR DESIGN PORTFOLIO

LEGEND. A. TREE PERSPECTIVE B. SNOW FAMILY MODEL A.

C. WREATH MODEL AND PERSPECTIVE.


SOFITEL HOTEL

| HOSPITALITY

B.

C.


LISA SAMUELSSON

A.

| INTERIOR DESIGN PORTFOLIO


SOFITEL HOTEL

| HOSPITALITY

LEGEND. A.FIRST PROPOSAL TREE PERSPECTIVE. B. FIRST PROPOSAL METAL DECORATION PERSPECTIVE.

B.


LISA SAMUELSSON

| INTERIOR DESIGN PORTFOLIO


THE BATH HOUSE

| HOSPITALITY

TRIBECA GRAND HOTEL LOCATION

MINNESOTA

AREA

N/A

PROJECT

HOSPITALITY

DESIGN CONCEPT

ICE

PROJECT DESCRIPTON THE BATH HOSE IS A EXPERIENCE BATH SPA WITHE THREE DIFFRENT POOLS. THE POOLS ARE HOT, WARM AND PLUNGE, AND THE ARE ORGENAZED AFTER A SCHEDUAL THAT YOU HAVE TO FOLLOW THEM IN THAT ORDER. THE CONCEPT OF THE SPACE IS INSPIRED FROM A CONCEPT WORD THAT IS ICE OF EVERY FORM AND SHAPE.


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B.

A.

C.


THE BATH HOUSE

| HOSPITALITY

D.

LEGEND. A. HOT POOL PERSPECTIVE. B. FINISHES AND MATERIALS. C. KEY PLAN. D. WARM POOL PERSPECTIVE. F. KEY PLAN.

E.


LISA SAMUELSSON

| INTERIOR DESIGN PORTFOLIO

A.


THE BATH HOUSE

| HOSPITALITY

LEGEND. A. PLUNGE POOL PERSPECTIVE B. KEY PLAN. C. SUN ROOM PERSPECTIVE. D. SPA SECTION.

B.

C.

D.


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DEDICATION:

THIS BOOK IS DEDICATED TO MY FAMILY, FRIENDS, AND ALL THOSE WHO SUPPORTED ME THROUGH THIS JOURNEY,


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