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Abigail Lopez INTERIOR DESIGN UNDERGRAD

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

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University Co-op Flagship

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UT One Stop Center

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Lighting Bolt Clay Bookshelf

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Comic Book Clay Bookshelf

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Crescent Comics Bookstore

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‘The Outdoor Interior’ - Diorama

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MISBHV Boutique

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Austin Reconciliation Center

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Agua Dulce Farm stand

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Kaleidoscopic Scales

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Tone Drawing

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Stylized Figure art

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Digital Art

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Resume

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University Co-op Flagship FALL 2019 // INSTRUCTOR // TAMIE GLASS The University Co-op Flagship is to create a store that create connectivity between the Co-op and the students, while also connecting the university to the public through merchandise placement and open spaces that create interaction between customers. The following approach constitutes of different exhibition spaces and flexible merchandise displays on floor space. Project goals and objectives » Create merchandise displays that allow for flexibility. » Design for minimum for minimum display coverage on sales floor to allow space for other programs. » Design a facade that defines transparency. » Design a study lounge in the basement level for students looking for work space. » Create spaces on each level that showcase student work.

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Student Exhibition Walls Fizz - 3form

Student Exhibition Walls White Concrete

Display Peg Boards MDF Board

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UT One-Stop Center SPRING 2019 // INSTRUCTOR // ALLISON GASKINS, MARLA SMITH, PARTNER// KATE LEYENDECKER The University of Texas at Austin is developing a One-stop center for campus enrollment services, where students can easily access the information and services they needincluding registration,financial aid, student records, and more. The One Stop Center is located on the ground floor of the UT Main Tower Building. Our design goal was to design a space in which student and staff were both able to interact in an effective and efficient manner while not overly changing the shell of the exciting building. One method was though a custom design railway made of casted black iron. The iron gateway has a Spanish Mediterranean Revival style, channeling a similar style to the ironwork found on the original stairs and windows within the main building. The gateway was used to create a wall with several openings to create an easy flow that would lead students to waiting spaces and/or the reception desk.

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64' - 1"

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4' - 10"

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Suspended Ceiling 11' - 0" Furr Down Lounge 9' - 8 "

CU. 2

Finished Floor 0' - 0"

CUSTOM WDW APRON

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

29' - 10"

10' - 4"

8' - 4"

11' - 1"

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Suspended Ceiling 11' - 0" Furr Down Lounge 9' - 8" Furr Down Reception 7' - 10"

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CU. 2 OPEN

BLASTED WHITE METAL

Finished Floor 0' - 0"

SCALE: 1/2" = 1'-0"

CUSTOM SLIDING DOORS - OPEN 3B

Wall/Floor Finish 1 Existing Limestone

ENTRANCE 1/4" = 1'-0"

CU. 2 CUSTOM SLIDING DOORS - CLOSED SCALE: 1/2" = 1'-0"

Floor Finish 2 Malibu Oak Wood

ANTIQUED BLACK METAL

Floor Finish 3 Blue Lifeproof Carpet

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SECTION 4S

Floor plan Digital

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4' - 8"

7' - 10"

HVAC AND AIR INTAKE

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5' - 10"

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Reflected Ceiling Plan Digital

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Lightning Bolt Clay Bookshelf FALL2018 // STUDIO // NEREA FELIZ The Lighting Bolt Clay Bookshelf contains some of the same fun qualities of Marteen in comic books. This design combines the handmade aesthetic with something children and adults both enjoy, comic books. The bookshelf can be placed or inserted into a wall and it does take into consideration proper containment of comic books, containing bars which keep the comic books from falling out. The Lighting Bolt Clay Bookshelf contains intersecting bars on each shelf to properly contain/ showcase the books.

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Comic Book Clay Bookshelf FALL 2018 // INSTRUCTOR // NEREA FELIZ The Comic Book Clay Bookshelf contains some of the same fun qualities of Marteen Baas’ Clay Bookshelf design while also incorporating recognizable symbols found in comic books. This design combines the handmade aesthetic with something children and adults both enjoy, comic books. The book stand is self-standing and takes into consideration the proper containment of comic books. The Comic Book Clay Bookshelf contains hanging clay bins with labels on each shelf to properly contain the books. The design choice is a subtle reference to the cardboard boxes found in most comic book stores.

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Crescent Comics Bookstore FALL 2018 // INSTRUCTOR // NEREA FELIZ The Crescent Comics bookstore’s proposed location is an empty lot at The Crescent at Airport Blvd, Austin, TX 78752. The Crescent Comics bookstore overall is based on the intention of creating an environment where the customer felt immersed in the colorful word of superheroes. This was pushed through the use of textured materials such as clay, Porocom, and rubber flooring on all surrounding surfaces. The Bookshelf designs created in the first half of the semester were customized so that they could meld with the space. The self standing bookshelves act as black porous walls filled with books that would encase several intimate spaces. All bookshelves and furniture are primarily black with the bins and flooring being the only exception, appearing as colorful stipples against the black furniture and white walls.

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FIRST FLOOR PLAN

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Ceiling

Bookshelf

Flooring

Furniture

White Porocom

Clay with Steel Structure

No. 610A I Fish Food I 9mm Single Ply Rubber

Sommer Plastics Color Change Gator Fannel


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‘The Outdoor Interior’ - Diorama SPRING 2018 // INSTRUCTOR // IGOR SIDDIQUI PARTNER // YU CAI The Outdoor Interior Diorama creates an enormous space which creates the surreal. The view is of a history museum which contains taxidermy animals in giant crystals. In true scale, these cases would appear as space pockets containing pieces of other lands, of the animals’ natural habitats. These exhibits act as pieces of history that have been encased for learning generations. The Outdoor Interior Diorama is a personal response to how the exterior and interior boundaries could possibly blend together.

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Scale : 3/8” = 1”

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MISBHV Boutique SPRING 2018 // INSTRUCTOR // IGOR SIDDIQUI The MISBHV Boutique is a boutique focused on MISBHV, a growing Polish fashion company. The boutique takes consideration of their fashion style while also incorporating the ideas of the Outdoor Interior processed earlier throughout the spring semester. The mannequins, along with taxidermy, can be found place on the store floor within crystal-like encasements, allowing the customers to view these unique designs in a way that connect with MISBHV’s style. A glossy dark purple finish coats all wall of the boutique, mimicking the walls of a wet cave while also allowing MISBHV’s flashy outfits to stand out. Textured steel covers the floor and the changing rooms acts of space pockets within the wall. These design choices made enhance the user’s experience and can impact their opinion of MISBHV. They create an environment that feels completely surreal and alien-like, perfect for the brand that is not afraid of being out of the ordinary.

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STORAGE ROOM 11’ 6” X 9’ 6”

ADA CHANGING ROOM

OFFICE 10’ 6” X 7’ 4”

CHANGING ROOM’

RESTROOM 7’ 4” X 6’

CHANGING ROOMS

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Austin Reconciliation Center FALL 2017 // INSTRUCTOR // MICHAEL BODUCH The Austin Reconciliation Center is an interior renovation of an existing: Carpenters Hall at 400 Josephine Street. We were tasked to create a ‘place from which to speak’. The design goal formed was to create a space which fosters a reconciliation program. The Austin Reconciliation Center will be a space which will cocoon around the users and help create communication between an intimate group of people. The goal is to provide a sense of assurance to both parties. The Reconciliation space with take privacy into consideration while trying to let in a much natural light as possible. The Austin Reconciliation Center will also have a cafe which acts on its own and alongside it will be a research area in which the community can engage with to learn more about the program.

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Cafe Storage/ Kitchen

Counseling Room

Office

Reconciliation Space

Research Space Office

Counseling Room

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Agua Dulce Farm Stand SPRING 2017 // INSTRUCTORS // EDNA LEDESMA, CHARLTON LEWIS, CLAY ODOM, JOYCE ROSNER, VINCENT SYNDER The Farm Stand is an addition to the Agua Dulce Urban Farm in Austin, Texas. The Farm only uses about one-third of its land for sustainable and the aqua-ponic farming methods. The farm stand proposal is a space that adapts to provide sunlight in response to the time of day to provide the users with a well-lit spaces though-out the day. The roof contains five panels that rotate, controlling the amount of natural sunlight that enters the space, allowing the customers to that a refreshing experience. As a person passes through the axis of the space, they are provided with outside views from all fours sides, visually enlarging the space. Outside of the farm stand is an elevated space that can be used as an outdoor platform for events.

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Kaleidoscopic Scales SPRING 2017 // INSTRUCTOR // TAMMY GLASS PARTNER // YU CAI The Kaleidoscopic Scales are an approach to the reuse of disposable materials, such as tiny crayon stubs and used zip ties, These two materials were re-purposed to create a art piece that can be used to decorate any wall. Application: As a wall decoration, can be directly attached to walls with adhesive.

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Zip Tie Crayon

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Tone Drawing FALL 2016 // INSTRUCTOR // JOYCE ROSNER Practiced charcoal and tone drawing skills by replicating a picture taken in black and white.

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Stylized Figure Art 2016-2019

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Digital Art 2016-2019

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Abigail Lopez - INTERIOR DESIGN UNDERGRAD 2403 Steves, San Antonio TX, 78210 210-412-6255 lopezabigail102@utexas.edu Issuu: lopezabigail4715 linkedin: abigailllopez

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EDUCATION

RELATED WORK EXPERIENCE

UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT AUSTIN BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN INTERIOR DESIGN (EXPECTED) MAY 2020

WorkPlace Solutions, Austin Texas May 22nd - August 8th 2019

SKILLS AutoCAD Bluebeam Revu Enscape Illustrator InDesign Microsoft Office Photoshop Revit Rhinoceros Sketch Up V-ray

ANALOG Sketching Model Design

LANGUAGES English Spanish

- Served as a Part-time design intern at WorkPlace Solutions - Updated and maintained the materials library. Assisted the designers with current RFPs, quotes, BOMS and cut sheets.

HEB Headquarters, San Antonio Texas May - August 2015 - Served as a Highschool intern for the HEB Construction and Design Firm specializing in designing H-E-B stores. - Assisted in creating SketchUp models for HEB stores and the 2015 Canstruction competition. - Enhanced skills in AutoCAD and SketchUP.

HONORS AND AWARDS

ADDITIONAL WORK EXPERIENCE

University of Texas at Austin, Presidential Scholarship Spring 2016 University of Texas at Austin, The Ted Freedman Endowed scholarship, Spring 2016 University of Texas at Austin, School of Architecture Scholarship, spring 2016.

Profrock’s Cafe, Barista, Austin TX, Spring 2017-Present Little Cesar’s, Cashier, San Antonio Tx, June 2018- August 2018 H-E-B, Customer Service Assistant, San Antonio TX, Fall 2015-Fall 2016

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