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LAURA

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LAURA

Resume.................................................................3

interior design

Hospitality Design...................................................5

Retail Design.........................................................13

Commercial Design................................................17

Product Design................................................,....31

Creative..............................................................35

Table of Contents

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Resume

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LAURA

DYE interior design

Education Bachelor of Science in Interior Design, Program Accredited by the Council for Interior Design Accreditation Mississippi State University, Starkville, MS Graduation August 2013 Curriculum GPA: 3.4/4.0

Advanced Studies in Study Abroad Program Italian Exchange Program in Florence, Venice, Rome, and Verbania, Italy, Spring 2009

phone: 601.502.3930 | e-mail: lldye618@aol.com | address: 107 Cirencester Drive, Ridgeland, MS 39157 | website: www.lauradyedesign.com

Proficient In: AutoCAD 2012 Revit Architecture 2012 Photoshop CS5 Illustrator CS5 InDesign CS5 Microsoft Powerpoint Microsoft Word Macintosh and Windows

Knowledgeable In: Rhino 3D Sketch-Up Microsoft Excel

Related Courses Professional Practice Photography Principles of LEED Construction Documents Rendering for Interiors Digital Design Environments for Special Needs ID Graphics (drafting) Color and Lighting Detail and Construction Furniture Design Design 1 & 2 3D CAD Modeling Textiles for Interiors History of Interiors 1 & 2

Work Experience Sandra Meyers Design Studio Intern: May 2012-August 2012, Rockville, MD. Met with clients in Virginia, Maryland, and the District of Columbia and gathered information at each meeting Analyzed space plans and drew AutoCAD drawings to resolve space planning problems Participated in weekly trips to the Washington Design Center and assembled finish selections Assisted designer with managing specs and developed invoices and purchase orders with vendors for clients Attended interior designers’ lectureships held at the Washington Design Center Designed new business cards, stationary, and flyers for firm Cappe’s Steakhouse waitress and hostess: May 2011-August 2011, Starkville, MS. Seated customers and assisted with food orders Handled all of customers transactions Young Life Camp Worker: May 2010-July 2010, Detroit Lakes, MN. Operated coffee shop for staff and campers Worked as a full time sports equipment manager Interacted socially and aided teenage campers (approx. 200 campers per week) Bop’s Frozen Custard Employee: March 2007-August 2009 Assisted with ordering and purchasing of all products Handled all of customers transactions

Honors and Activities Member of Sigma Alpha Lambda Honor Society 2010-2013 Dean’s List for good academic standing MSU 2011-2012 Treasurer, ASID Student Chapter 2012-2013 Participant of Interior Design Legislation at Capitol Day, Jackson, MS Member, Delta Lambda of Delta Gamma sorority 2009-2013 2nd place, Hand Rendering category, ASID Student Competition Honorable Mention, Hand Rendering category, ASID Student Competition 3rd place, Corporate Design category, ASID Student Competition 3rd place, Lighting category, ASID Student Competition Fundraiser, Service for Sight as a philanthropy through Delta Gamma

References Available upon request


Hospitality Design

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Hospitality Design

The Ritz-Carlton, Philadelphia

Concept -The Ritz Carlton in Philadelphia is inspired by the golden age of Hollywood, giving guests a glimpse of the days when cocktail hour and peoples’ company were appreciated by all.

LUXE

GLAM

ELEGANT

GEOMETRIC

LUSH

-Sparkling gold accents along with decorative Georgian marble help to bring a glamorous and sophisticated look throughout. -Luxurious materials of plush velvets and glossy lacquers are embellished with decorative tufts and polished nail head trim to give an elegant overtone of glitz and glamour.

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Lobby Rendered Perspective


The Ritz-Carlton, Philadelphia

Hospitality Design

Software Used -Revit Architecture 2012 -Photoshop CS5 -Illustrator CS5 -InDesign CS5

Project Objectives -Public space is Formal -The Roosevelt Bar and Lounge is located in the back of lobby for guests to relax -The Regency Fine Dining area is a formal dining experience -Bogart’s Bar and Grill is a more lowkey dining experience

Mezzanine

-Melrose Spa is offered for the guests’ convenience.

Public Floor Plan

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Hospitality Design

The Ritz-Carlton, Philadelphia

Lobby Objectives -The lobby is the first glimpse of the Hollywood glamour design. -The Roosevelt is the first place guests see that will allow them to relax and enjoy a cocktail with others while their bags are being checked.

Day Spa Objectives -Melrose Day Spa is a relaxing way to self indulge and stay in for a day.

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Bar and Lounge Perspective

Day Spa


The Ritz-Carlton, Philadelphia

Hospitality Design

Objectives

Bar and Grill Perspective

-Bogart’s Bar and Grill is an informal restaurant with an open cooking area -Bogart’s has more of masculine atmosphere. -The Regency Fine Dining restaurant is a formal dining experience.

Fine Dining Perspectives

-Restaurant logos were aspired by the atmosphere and design of each restaurant. -All furniture selections were intended to follow the Hollywood glamour styling.

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Hospitality Design

The Ritz-Carlton, Philadelphia

Project Objectives -A custom designed carpet was put in the halls, leading to the guest rooms. -The guest rooms feature high quality furniture that still implemented the Hollywood glamour concept. -According to occupancy level, there are a total of 11 guest rooms with king sized beds, 1 guest room with a queen sized bed, and four rooms with double beds.

Private Floor Plan

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Custom Carpet Design


The Ritz-Carlton, Philadelphia

Hospitality Design

The Maquette -The maquette is a model representing a guest bedroom and bathroom

Towel Holder

-The maquette is a precise and simple way to view exactly what a room would look like with all fixtures and finishes included.

Hollywood Themed Art

Group Project -The Ritz Carlton project was done by a group of four interior design students

Guest Room Maquette

-My main focus of the project was the private spaces and designing of the guest rooms and maquette.

Guest Room Perspective

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Retail Design

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Retail Design

Project Objectives -To create a “pop-up” store that thoroughly and successfully communicates the Bonobos brand.

Preliminary sketches and elevations

-1,250 square feet -Design shows installment and uninstallment of all “pop-up”. They must also be low maintenance and easy to remove.

“IT’S A GUY THING”

-Design details must mimic the atmosphere of The Meat Packing District, the location of the “pop-up” store.

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Shoe Display Perspective

Storefront Perspective


Retail Design

Software Used

Track Lighting

-Revit Architecture 2012 -Photoshop CS5 -Illustrator CS5 -InDesign CS5

Recessed Lighting

Branch Fixtures

Floor Plan

Wooden Fixtures

Reflected Ceiling Plan Store Perspective Track Lighting

Store Elevations

Lounge Perspective

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Commercial Design

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Commercial Design

IDEC: A Brain Compatible Environment "Learning doesn't reach its full potential without using all five senses"

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-Not only technology, but tactile characteristics and materials are integrated into the design to increase learning skills.

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-Technology enhances a students’ self esteem and willingness to learn -Technology such as interactive screens and iPads are implemented and are made available to the students as well as teachers

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-By implementing the five senses, students are able to excel more

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Design Concept

Cafe Perspective

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“A Brain Compatible Environment” was conducted in a group of two. Both members did an ample amount of research in order to fully encompass the goals of the project.

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Classroom


IDEC: A Brain Compatible Environment

Commercial Design

Software Used -Revit Architecture 2012 -Photoshop CS5 -Illustrator CS5 -InDesign CS5

Floor Plan

Rendered Floor Plan

Study Lounge Perspective

Cafe Elevation

Mezzanine

Lounge Elevation

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BEAU MONDE

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Commercial Design

FASHION ELITE MAGAZINE Color Coded Floor Plans

Design Concept -Global trends have greatly influenced our culture and have molded fashion inspiration today. -Highly trained and internationally experienced professionals train and work together in an environment that does nothing less but inspire.

Innovation. Inspiration. Elite. QMS Training (HRD)

Human Performance Enhancement (HRD) Training and Testing Technology (HRD) HRD Division Administration (HRD)

-Beau Monde Fashion e has Elite Magazine been grounded by the most reputable workers so subscribers can be guaranteed the magazine’s trust and recognize the value it presents to the fashion world.

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First Level

Human Resource Administration (HRD) Training Center Corporate Library

Open Office Space

Second Level


BEAU MONDE

FASHION ELITE MAGAZINE

Commercial Design

Software Used -Revit Architecture 2012 -Photoshop CS5 -Illustrator CS5 -InDesign CS5

Typicals Workstation

Private Office

Typicals Workstation

Project Objectives -A corporate training center, focusing on using Steelcase furniture in open office systems

Custom Fabric

-Numerous systems furniture was explored

Fabric was inspired by icons of the fashion industry. Custom designed fabric was applied on the tops of accent slipper chairs.

-Designs were implemented according to the made up fashion magazine called Beau Monde.

Lobby Perspective

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Commercial Design

precision ptics Consult. Office

Design Concept -Precision Optics

design implements technology, precision, and a relaxing environment. -Contrasting colors and special lighting set apart specific areas of the building so that each different space has a fine distinction from the next. -Precision Optics’ overall goal is to give the patients’ an aesthetic sense of the office’s design through fine detail with a new, more precise perception.

Recept. Desk Restrooms

Exam Rm2

Visual Fields

Wait Rm

Exam Rm 3

Contract Admin

Lab

Showroom

Storage

Delivery

Bubble Adjacency Diagram

Technology Soothing

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Exam Rm 1

Business Office

Precision

Concept Images

Floor Plan from Bird’s Eye View


precision ptics

Commercial Design

Programs Used -Revit Architecture 2012 -Photoshop CS5 -Illustrator CS5 -InDesign CS5

Rendered Floor Plan

Floor Plan Showroom Perspective

Waiting Area Perspective

Detailed Interior Elevations

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Commercial Design

precision ptics

Project Objectives -An Optometrists’ space must adhere to all ages but still have a fresh sense of design. -An overall branding of the optometrists’ logo had to be well displayed and properly coordinated in the overall design content. -Detailing and construction documents were drawn to detail wall types, millwork, RCP and detailed elevations.

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Showroom Exterior

Millwork Detail (Reception Desk)

Custom Fixtures

Reception Desk


precision ptics

Commercial Design

Reflected Ceiling Plan

Interior Elevation of West Wall

Interior Elevation

SYMBOL

DESCRIPTION

WATTAGE

TROFFER LIGHT, WHITE FRAME, DIMMABLE

65 WTTS,25 VOLTS

RECESSED CAN, WHITE FRAME

30 WTTS

HVAC DIFFUSER

HVAC RETURN

SPRINKLER, CEILING MOUNTED

EXIT SIGNS, GREEN LED

Wall Section Types

25 WTTS

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Commercial Design

Brasfield & Gorrie: Aiken Village (mixed-use)

Design Concept -Aiken Village is currently an empty apartment complex available for renovation ideas.

Retail Space

-All materials used for renovations were reused or bought from locally own businesses near the Starkville area -A green wall was implemented on the sides of buildings that were most greatly affected by sunlight

Circulation Path Site Plan

Public Space

-Energy and water costs were reduced due to the green walls and overhangs and by using a rainwater collection system.

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Private Space

Public vs. Private Space

Front View of Building

Desireable Views


Brasfield & Gorrie: Aiken Village (mixed-use)

Commercial Design

Software Used -Revit Architecture 2012 -Photoshop CS5 -Illustrator CS5 -InDesign CS5 -Sketch Up

Project Objectives -This interdisciplinary project included interior designers, architects and building construction science students.

Construction Phasing

-Design ideas were intended for university consideration. -This integrated project developed a full spectrum of design development.

Green wall Overhangs

Rendered Perspectives

Sun Protection based on Orientation

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Commercial Design

Real Client: Starkville City Hall

Design Concept -Design evolved from the idea of “restoration” in the city of Starkville, MS -The culture of Starkville inspired the exterior design of the building, based on the historic aspects of downtown

R E STO R AT I O N .

-All materials used were local or reused. -Interior space planning focussed on more opened spaces

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Concept Images based on Starkville’s own Restoration


Real Client: Starkville City Hall

Commercial Design

Software Used -Revit Architecture 2012 -Photoshop CS5 -Illustrator CS5 -InDesign CS5

Project Objectives -To meet with a director and make proper measurements of Starkville’s old City Hall building -In groups of three, students remodeled the interior and exterior spaces adhering to the existing architecture of the city of Starkville.

Local FF&E

-Design to be presented to the city’s mayor and fully present all of groups’ design intentions

Local Brick

Local Roofing Material

Building Section

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Product Design

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Product Design

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Project Objectives -This project was a group project consisting of two members -Each member had a different chair and were required to disassemble each chair to create a new chair. -Group members were given full access to the university’s wood shop where necessary tools were readily available -A design was sketched using the original chairs’ parts to create a new chair

Front View Finished Chair

Original Chairs

Software Used Rhino 3D Photoshop InDesign

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Side View Finished Chair


Chair Designs

Product Design

Software Used Rhino 3D Photoshop InDesign

Concept Image

Project Objectives Chair from 3-D Printer Concept Image

-Both chair designs were sketched from original ideas and modeled in Rhino 3D to create an actual model -Designs had to show originality and look like a “tomorrow� design

Preforated Chair Design

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Creative

Project Objectives -Dining room hand rendering was based on a magazine photograph -Objective was to mimic the photograph as closely and realistically as possible -Any mediums could be used -All textures needed to be intensified through hand rending using any method possible

Medium Used Graphite Marker Colored pencil

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Hand Renderings


Hand Renderings

Creative

Mediums Used Graphite Marker Colored pencil

*Dining room rendering was awarded 2nd place in the ASID Student Interior Design Competition. Bedroom rendering was awarded an Honorable Mention in the ASID Student Interior Design Competition and was also featured in the Mississippi State University Interior Design brochure for future students.

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Creative

Project Objectives -Furniture hand renderings were intended to show realism.

Medium Used Marker Colored Pencil

Shadowing in hand renderings were studied using drawings such as this:

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Hand Renderings


Hand Renderings

Creative Project Objectives -Explore plans using different contrasts to show distance -Hand renderings had to be done in a timely manner -Texture had to be shown

Medium Used Marker

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Creative

Project Objectives -A dSLR camera was used to shoot all photos -Different setting were used for all pictures for focus and lighting reasons -Short field of view focus was used on the plant photographs -Silhouette lighting was explored in a graveyard for the stone angel photograph

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Photography


Drawings and Design

Creative

Mediums Used Charcoal pencils Graphite

Project Objectives -Self portrait was drawn by using only lyrics and verses. -Charcoal still-life drawings were intended to show realism.

Radial Design

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Laura Dye Portfolio  

A Collection of Works