Page 1

t c

e j o r p

s e l

p m

a s lisadere

BDes(IntDes) (Hons)

Brisbane, AUSTRALIA

+61 427 766 571

lisa@lisadere.com


containerval

2

Image | Economic Development Queensland


Event Organiser: Economic Development Queensland Completion Date: November 2013 Status: Completed Client: Jugglers Art Space Inc. Location: Brisbane, Australia Collaborators: Marissa Lindquist and Emily Fong Role: Design, Research, Fabrication, Photography and Project Management “Containerval Festival will deliver an event that ignites imagination, celebrates creativity and is a platform to explore Brisbane’s design talents… Containerval will transform shipping containers into a vibrant, edgy mix of pop-up retail shops, performance spaces and artist studios” (Economic Development Queensland, 2013). “The Jugglers Art Space Inc. containers were thoughtfully planned to create a delightful experience. The light onion bag canopy danced politely in the wind of abandoned car park, a clever response to these specific site conditions. The success of the installation was in not being contained by the container. Incorporating a variety of spatial qualities and therefore opportunities for a multiplicity of experiences. The designers devised a spatial sequence with well defined thresholds for the public to move through. Overcoming the contained space of the shipping container” (Volz, 2013).

fit out design + construct

containerval pop-up festival

3


4

containerval


5

fit out design + construct


6

the oracle chair


Director/Choreographer: Timothy Brown Creative Producer: Lewis Jones Set Design: Rozina Suliman Completion Date: June 2013 Status: Completed Client: Judith Wright Centre of Contemporary Arts Location: Brisbane, Australia Collaborators: Adam Wigg and Michael Vagg Role: Design, Research, Fabrication, Photography and Project Management “Salon is an exploration of interdisciplinary dancers and performers who will be showing a first stage development of a work that takes its inspiration from the age old Salon de Paris where the aristocracy gather with the intellects, artists, and heiresses along with their exotic friends, lovers and deadly companions” (Brown, 2013). The Oracle chair ultimately draws together the prismatic aesthetic of Brisbane electro-pop group, Michelle Xen and The Neon Wild, the lush bohemian interior of a 1930’s Parisian salon and the excessive and extravagant ouster of the productions central character and historic muse - Luisa, Marchesa Casati. The Oracle chair is functional as a swivel chair to conceal and reveal ‘The Oracle’ (Michelle Xen’s character) in addition to serving as a feature main stage installation.

set design + fabrication

salon

7


8

the oracle chair


set design + fabrication

9

“...the sets and costumes are a labour of love…” (Brown, 2013).


10

warry street fortitude valley


Project by: Lisa De Re Completion Date: June 2013 Status: Completed Location: Brisbane, Australia Project Manager: Jake Wood Cabinet Maker: Kurz Cabinetry Role: Interior Design, Research, Documentation and Photography “I first collaborated with Lisa on a unit renovation that I had been contracted to design and project manage. Initially I had contacted Lisa to collaboratively design the unit’s kitchen, however, it was soon apparent that her design knowledge and vision could benefit other aspects of the project. She proved to be invaluable and provided highly useful design suggestions and management to nearly all aspects of the project” (Wood, 2013). “I have worked directly with Lisa on the design and construct of a residential kitchen in Fortitude Valley. I found Lisa to be honest, reliable and always endeavors to exceed expectations” (Kurz, 2013).

interior design

warry street fortitude valley

11


12

foresters hall


Project by: Lisa De Re Completion Date: October 2012 Status: Coursework, Queensland University of Technology Location: Brisbane, Australia Role: Concept, Design, Research, Photography, Model Making, Presentation and Project Management Foresters Hall provides an environment to work and visit that stimulates imagination and ignites possibilities. Users have shared creative values that influence the unique way that they behave and interact in daily life. Ideals framed by the individuals, regardless of their area of interest or expertise, drives collaboration to create truly unique outcomes. The interior is part of this fluid process.

dtb801.1 interior design 8

foresters hall

13


14

foresters hall


15

dtb801.1 interior design 8


16

foresters hall


17

dtb801.1 interior design 8


18

foresters hall


19

dtb801.1 interior design 8


20

foresters hall


21

dtb801.1 interior design 8


lift

private roof terrace

green wall direct relationship with urban art binge studios

access

foresters hall

stage 3 viewing platform

access

22

catwalk

catwalk

catwalk

catwalk

access

west elevation @ 1:100

entrance from carpark

catwalk


level one plan @ 1:100

ground floor plan @ 1:100

user group

catwalk

the big ear urban art binge carbon made lady lionetta’s lounge carp diem pro te


Foresters Hall stimulates imagination and ignites possibilities

private roof terrace

green wall

catwalk

catwalk

catwalk

catwalk

catwalk

foresters hall

catwalk

24 longitudinal section @ 1:100

main entrance


catwalk

catwalk

catwalk

25 user group

catwalk

dtb801.1 interior design 8

public roof terrace

the big ear urban art binge carbon made lady lionetta’s lounge carp diem pro te


26

elote food cart


Project by: Lisa De Re, Caitlin McDonnell, Sophie O’Rourke, Alec Palmer and Steven Spooner Completion Date: October 2012 Status: Coursework, Queensland University of Technology Role: Design, Research, Prototype, Photography, Presentation and Project Management A cross-disciplinary team of designers from architecture, industrial and interior design employed collaboration techniques to produce a street food cart from concept with intention to manufacture. Designed with intent to supply the Brisbane community with Elote (Mexican derived delights commonly known as corn on the cob). Impressive three-wheeled Danish Sorte Jernhest cargo bike drives the Elote micro kitchen. Prototype designed for real client Street Food Australia (SFA) to consider for manufacture (http://www.streetfoodaustralia.com.au). Proposal adheres to regulations and food safety guidelines and standards. The cart visually represents corn wrapped in husk in transit and peeled back and popped up for service. Smart design features reduce replenish time and stock sufficient supplies to cater for a four hour service. Rider safety considered throughout the entire design process.

deb601.1 collaborative design

elote street food cartology

27


elote food cart

key features | weight distribution | low maintenance | space efficiency

28


29

deb601.1 collaborative design


30

food for thought


DIA Homegrown 2011 Project by: Lisa De Re, Marissa Lindquist, Andrzej Pytel and Kirsty Volz Completion Date: May 2011 Status: Exhibition Client: Dogstar Location: Brisbane, Australia Role: Concept, Design, Research, Fabrication, Photography and Performance

“Homegrown is an initiative of the Design Institute of Australia – Queensland Branch to promote the collaboration and cultivation
of local design talent in Queensland and strengthen the connection between design, plate, planet, people and culture. This program fosters engagement with our local community, industry, business, and education sectors through the integration of design, art and architecture in the public realm, to showcase the role design plays in shaping our sustainable future…Led by an experimental process to drive 
the concept, ‘Food for Thought’ taps into 
the ingesting experience and the subsequent waste produced. It offers an experience to engage with the discarded ‘material’ from fast consumer culture. Reflecting on the flushed out mass-produced and consumer excess revealed in the recent floods, the project explores the gap between waste and the recycled product. This gap is expanded, drawing awareness to the possibility to evolve and slow down this cycle” (Homegrown, 2011).

creative work

“Food For Thought” Selected Design Installation DIA Homegrown 2011 Life In the Slow Lane Exhibition: Little Stanley Street, South Bank, Brisbane.

31


32

food for thought


33

creative work


34

o+x


Project by: Lisa De Re, Lauren Hickling, Monika Streil, Peter Thomson and Hayley Witt Completion Date: June 2010 Status: Coursework, Queensland University of Technology Role: Concept, Design, Research, Fabrication, Photography Presentation and Project Management “…the individual parts are well considered and incorporate the groups’ “brand” as part of the design system, thus acting as a promotional tool in its own right under the masquerade of integrated design…” (FIAA (WA), 2010).

dtb503.1 furniture studies

o+x

35


36

o+x


37

dtb503.1 furniture studies


38

woven


woven Transitions Artist talk | Artefacts and printwork Queensland University of Technology Art Museum 2010 Xin Yi Dai International University Students Exchange Exhibition Hong Kong 2011 Project by: Lisa De Re Completion Date: June 2010 Status: Coursework, Queensland University of Technology Role: Concept, Design, Research, Fabrication, Photography and Presentation

“Inspired by the vines that have provided cover for the designers’ family and friends on many different occasions over the past six decades, a motif and artefact was derived from the patterns it generates together with the structure that supports it. Reflecting on things that resonate and are meaningful, considering influences from Italian backgrounds thriving in Australia were considered with particular focus on themes of connection, expression/essence and sense of place. Printmaking techniques derived from Japanese art and culture were used to develop a design motif and allow the process to inform the creation of an artefact. The final motif was selected for its ability to represent the spreading of family and friend networks and their journeys. These journeys are representative in both a physical and emotional experience with the use of hand craft detail within the artefact. It was important to the project that the artefact was held against your body and something that you wear. This allows the user to experience a sense of belonging due to the tactile qualities on both physical and sentimental levels. As an apron is worn during the preparation of food and occasions, it is therefore a vital part of the process of keeping the Australian Italian spirit alive� (Transitions, 2010).

dtb502.1 environments in transition

Mixed media 800 x 20 x 660 mm

39


40

ilumosphere


custom made light fitting

41

ilumosphere Project by: Lisa De Re, Kristen Mather and Jasmine Noden Completion Date: June 2009 Status: Coursework, Queensland University of Technology Role: Concept, Design, Research, Fabrication, Photography Presentation and Project Management Exploring colour and light interrelationships. Found objects influenced the concept; creating a captivating light.


42

3D modeling


43

Autodesk VIZ


44

3D modeling


45

Autodesk VIZ


46

model making


Project by: Emily Cavanagh, Lisa De Re, Blaire Dodds, Prue Evans, Ellen McLlwain and Paivi Piotto Completion Date: June 2012 Status: Coursework, Queensland University of Technology Role: Concept, Design, Research, Photography and Model Making A social platform for the Brisbane community, Vella is interactive, energetic and creative. It will provide dining, entertainment and theatrical collaborative facilities for various levels of both participation and observation. Vella will allow local residents and the wider Brisbane community the opportunity to interact, exchange and cultivate relationships in an environment that encourages work, rest and play.

dtb701.1 interior design 7

vella

47


48

model making


49

dtb701.1 interior design 7


50

experimentation


creative development

51

printmaking An appreciation of Wabi-Sabi imperfection and impermanent aesthetics and characteristics inform and inspire design processes. Printmaking is a technique I use to analyse site qualities to translate into original designs and patterns to inform physical artefacts and branding.


52

experimentation


avid participant + advocate

53

urban art binge www.urbanartbinge.com Aims to provide a platform for accessing creative inspiration in everyday life for everybody. Workshops are inspired by the urban and natural environment to document the idea of ‘place’. The workshops seek to connect, teach and build essential skills around drawing and painting while also strengthening the voice of Brisbane’s vibrant, creative community.


54

experimentation


55

life drawing


lisadere lisa@lisadere.com +61 427 766 571

Lisa De Re  

Portfolio Full

Read more
Read more
Similar to
Popular now
Just for you