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INTERIOR DESIGN

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M A N D Y L. M I L L E R


INTERIOR DESIGN - improving the quality of life

PHILOSOPHY My goal is to create and enhance the function and value of interior spaces for the purpose of improving the quality of life; increasing productivity; and protecting the welfare, health, and safety of the public. A successfully conceived and executed interior should be a reflection of the client’s style and aesthetic. The most important element in designing spaces is the people who use them. I strive to incorporate classic principles of scale, proportion, color, and quality in every design and I always begin with these principles in mind. Interior design is a discipline that demands research, development, analytical skills, a command of technology and a knowledge of codes; it is with these tools I am able shape multi-dimensional spaces.

Residential Design

Retail Design

Hospitality Design

Healthcare Design

Commerical Design

Additional

“Your sense of space comes from what you feel, not just what you see” - Mary Jo Peterson, CKD


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RESIDENTIAL DESIGN

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RETAIL DESIGN

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HOSPITALITY DESIGN

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HEALTHCARE DESIGN

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COMMERCIAL DESIGN

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ADDITIONAL

the decrescenzo residence

the little boutique the parody hotel

lake forest memory care

sprectrum fitness club for women skills : design and technical


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A tech-savvy couple nestle-down to a golf course in their backyard and acquired a family-friendly floor plan that accommodated both of their personalities.

Overall Goal

A remodel that met the needs of entertaining a large Italian family. The furniture exuded a cultivated vibe, but not at the expense of comfort. Neutral backdrops were cheered up with splashes of warm colors spread throughout the home. They both enjoy traveling and wanted their home to reflect the essence of a luxury hotel, however it still had to have a welcoming and casual ambiance.

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RESIDENTIAL DESIGN The DeCrescenzo Residence

Remodel 4,130 sq. ft.

Project Description The scope of this project included the Living Room, Kitchen, Master Suite with Ensuite. The DeCrescenzo’s purchased this home due to its location to family, work and a golf course. However, they were not satisfied with the existing layout of the home. They prefered a traditional floor plan and also wanted the kitchen to be open to the family room. The overall aesthetic is symmetrical balance with a warm color palette and a blend of natural textures, contemporary curves, sophisticated shine and traditional profiles, which reflects theDeCrescenzo’s personalities.

Broomfield, Colorado Inspirational Images The image of polished rocks expresses the concept of polished an casual by shine and how the rocks are scattered. The top left image of a hotel room was an influence in the design of the master suite. The bottom image is Florence, Italy, which was the driving direction for the overall color palette.

*Concept images courtesy of Google Images

Homeowner Profile Guy and Juliana DeCrescenzo have three children, a boston terrior and a large extended Italian family. Julia and Guy are both in the professional field of technology. Juliana frequently works from home and needed a home that accommodated both she and Guy. Julian is the avid golfer while Guy is the avid chef and musician.

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D E C R E S C E N Z O residence

Exterior View

Existing Floor Plan Provided by homeowner

The existing layout was not efficient for the DeCrescenzo family. The end result was to swap the placement of the kitchen with the master bedroom.


Schematic Development Kitchen and Bedroom sketches assisted with the design development. Three possible floor plans were created to make sure every square foot was best utilized.

Plan Option #1

Kitchen Persepctive Sketch

Adjacency Diagram Analysis

Plan Option #2

Kitchen Elevation Sketch

Bedroom Perspective Sketch

Plan Option #3 RESIDENTIAL

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FAMILY-FRIENDLY

style

Challenges • Create a family-friendly floor plan with areas for reading, talking, working, and relaxing. • Provide both public and private areas that reflect both traditional and modern floor plan layouts.

Solutions

Main Level Floor Plan Produced by AutoCAD, Color Pencil Hand Render

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D E C R E S C E N Z O residence

• Provided multiple seating arrangements. • Offered spaces that gave both feelings of private and public ambiances by installing wide thresholds.


Lighting Method The lighting plan was integrated into both of the architecture and the physical spaces. Multiple levels of lighting such as task lighting, downlighting and uplighting were utilized to reinforce the activities in each of the spaces as well as deemphasize areas to be subdued. The two-story windows in the family room supplied the space with ample daylight, thus shading and cooling devises were installed to control comfort.

Main Level Reflective Ceiling Plan

North Section-Cut

Thomas Lighting Valencia

Lower Level Reflective Ceiling Plan

West Section-Cut

Monte Carlo Lighting DC60 Roman Bronze

Preciosa Lighting Tuscan

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THE KITCHEN

bistro

Perspective Produced by SketchUp and Photoshop

Kitchen Materials Rustic hickory flooring was ideal because of its durability and character that will grow with the family. Quartz was selected for its easy maintenance and Microban. A natural stone brick-set backsplash compliments both the counter-top and flooring.

Center of Attention Adding an island with seating sealed the deal. Crossville Travertine Siren

SileStone Giallo Quarry

Challenges

Solutions

• Create an open floor plan that flows between the kitchen and the family room seamlessly. • Offer function and style in the kitchen wsith a café bistro ambiance. • Provide multiple seating zones in the kitchen and family room.

• Removed the existing wall between the family room and original location of the master bedroom. • Created two banquette seating areas in the kitchen. • Designed the family room around two large sofas and a side chair to accommodate the musicians in the family.

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D E C R E S C E N Z O residence

Reclaimed Design Works Rustic Hickory

Floor Plan Kitchen and Living Room


FAMILY Design Intent

gatherings

To co-mingle both of Juliana and Guy’s personal taste and existing furniture. The space was balanced by having two facing sofa’s upholstered in a warm, deep rich orange fabric. Juliana’s framed art piece above the mantel by Giovanni Paolo Panini, The Trevi Fountain guided the rest of the color palette for the space. North Elevation Kitchen and Living Room

Living Room Materials A mixture of rough textures such as wood and linen, metal and glass makes the space alive with warmth and fresh sophistication.

Legend Lighting 8TX6

RJ Jones & Associates The Destin

Perspective Hand Drafted, Color Pencil and Photoshop


THE MASTER

suite

Master Bedroom and Ensuite - the most intimate spaces

Challenges

Lexington 338-212

• Create a hotel inspired sanctuary that is both stylishly practical and attractively comfortable. • Furnishing that promote rest, relaxation, or reading to children. • Provide a separate space for morning coffee or an evening cup of chamomile tea. • Supply ample closet storage with a stacked washer and dryer.

Solutions

Lexington 338-234

Floor Plan

• Installed a full-height wall to create a sunroom. • Supplied a king-size bed with soft textures. • Swapping the original location of the master suite, we were able to offer his and her walk in closet as well as accomodate the laundry requirements.

Floor Plan Master Suite and Sun Room

Materials

Classic furniture pieces gave personal flair while adding ample his and her storage. Tufted wool carpet was selected for softness and durability.

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DECRESCENZO

residence

Carson’s Hospitality The Noelle

South Elevation Master Suite Sun Room


THE HOTEL Design Intent

luxury

Desire for the ultimate bathroom retreat; a space for peace, privacy as well as practical and functional. Juliana and Guy wanted to have his and her bathroom vanities for two main reasons, one to accommodate Guy’s tall height of 6’-2” and the other reason was for Juliana’s storage needs.

West Elevation Master Bathroom

Bath Materials

Perspective Hand Drafted, Colored Pencil and Photoshop

A mixture of rough textures such as wood and linen, metal and glass makes the space alive with warmth and fresh sophistication.

Perspective Hand Drafted, Color Pencil and Photoshop

Dal-Tile Crossroads Beige Accent FA89

Dal-Tile Illumini Sand Mosaic F009

Dal-Tile Aspen Lodge Morning Breeze AL60

Dal-Tile Marble Sahara Beige Honed M452

East Elevation Master Bathroom RESIDENTIAL

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S H O Puntil you This clever boutique clothing store is stocked with well-edited local and imported fashion worthy of the catwalk. High-end and emerging designers fill this unpretentious and super-friendly boutique with urban-inspired threads and handmade jewelry.

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Overall Goal To incorporate the exposed ceiling and brick walls, raw and refined materials were utilized to create an inducing shopping experience.

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RETAIL DESIGN The Little Boutique

Existing Construction 1,800 sq. ft.

Project Description Anisah Dosary is the client, a 30 year old fashion stylyist. Anisah wanted her store to portray an image of soft, industrial and rustic sophistication. The store sells oneof-a-kind imported and local handmade women’s clothing and accessories. She wanted her customers to get excited about the clothing and the overall environment of the retail space. She wanted the clothes to be able to sell themselves; the quality and originality of the merchandise should sell itself, thus the clothes must be artfully displayed and have flexibility for display changes.

Inspirational Images

Combination of soft and rough textures, mechanical and industrial alongside organic elements. Bringing outdoor elements into the interior space will complete the natural feeling of the retail store.

Highland’s Square, Colorado Schematic Development Development sketches show how an un-folding collabrative discussion with our client brought about prelimnary design solutions for making connections between the window store front, cash wrap and the dressing rooms. Store Front Sketch

Location

Northwest Denver’s Historic Highlands Square is seven minutes from downtown. This next up-and-coming neighborhood is consists of salons, coffee shops, galleries, boutiques and restaurants.

Display Sketch *Concept images courtesy of Google Images

Cash Wrap Sketch

Dressing Room Sketch

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THE LITTLE

boutique


Building Considerations Inside a 100-year-old building, the design challenge was to create a rustic, cozy and chic retail space. Working within the existing building constraints of small windows, exposed ceiling and brick walls we used soft lighting, a neutral color palette and a few curves to provide a balanced aesthetic.

Adjacency and Block Diagram Analysis

Perspective Produced by SketchUp and Photoshop


STYLES FROM CASUAL

to dressy

Perspective Produced by SketchUp and Photoshop

Design Development The merchandise areas were planned with 50% flexibility for displaying products. Main aisles were kept between 4’-5’ wide. A variety of display shelves, tables and clothing racks were implemented. The cash wrap area was designed to be a two level counter to hide the cash register and an ADA accessible section at 30” height above finished floor. At least three dressing rooms were required: one that was ADA size of 5’x6’ and the other two at 4’x4’. Additionally, efficient lighting and a small seat in each room were also needed.

Materials

Rustic flooring merge with raw materials and heavy textures, visually and by touch to create a background that allows the merchandise to be the focal point. Metal Pipe

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THE LITTLE

boutique

Restoration Hardware Petrified Wood Stump

Patrcraft Highland Forest Walnut LVT

Custom Round Bench


BOUTIQUE

styling Lighting Method Track lighting was essential in order to respond to any merchandise floor moves. Recessed can lighting was installed throughout. Large chandeliers were used to compliment the exposed ceiling.

East Elevation, Produced by SketchUp and Photoshop

Corbett Lighting Lancaster

Reflective Ceiling Plan

Vaughan Lighting Anjou

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GUEST * * * * * * * * * * * * * * The Parody is a Boutique Hotel with Burtonesque flair located in Louisiana’s most robust city. From regal to ridiculous, New Orleans has got it all. Tim Burton’s hotel blends-in seamlessly amongst the folklore, music scene, and local cuisines.

Overall Goal

To provide a unique themed hotel for those who are fans of Tim Burton’s wacky, weird and whimsical style in which can be experienced by all in a physical 4-dimensial space. Obscured scale of furniture and finishes were placed alongisde the abstract interior architecture. The overall design met in the middle of humor and horror by playing with shadows, shapes, and the dynmaics of light and dark.

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HOSPITALITY DESIGN The Parody Boutique Hotel

Existing Construction 24,318 sq. ft.

New Orleans, Louisiana

Project Description Hotel Lobby Schematic

Tim Burton’s hotel is located in the Warehouse Arts District, which is a neighborhood adjacent to the Central Business District (CBD). A multi-level boutique hotel accommodating 100 guests with a lobby lounge, bar, full service spa, offices, Tim Burton store and art gallery and two restaurants. This project was a team effort that developed the layout of the main level and planned out three themed guest rooms: Superior King, Deluxe Queen and Grand Double.

Owner Description Timothy Walter aka “Tim Burton” is the client, an American film director, film producer, writer and artist. Mr. Burton is famous for dark, quirky themed movies such as Beetlejuice, Edward Scissorhands, and Corpse Bride. His movies encompass the usage of society’s black sheep, and deformity in physical attributes. Tim would like his unique personality to be recognized in throughout the hotel, he wants his patrons to be taken on a journey.

*Images courtesy of Google Images

Site Analysis

To incorporate the surrounding French architecture, we arranged the main lobby to mimc France’s most famous monuments the Arc de Triomphe, which is a historic axis where avenues radiate from its center.

Site Aspects Proximities: Two blocks from the French Quarter, 7 blocks from Audobon Aquirium, 2 blocks from Canal St. and Tulane University, 6 blocks Plaza D’Italia, 1 block from St. Charles Ave, as well as multiple art galleries and coffee shops.

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*Image courtesy of Google Images

THE PARODY

boutique hotel


Schematic and Concept Development Development sketches show process and premilinary design solutions for the three meal dining hostess desk, seating arrangments, and seating styles. The shapes and forms were inspired by Tim Burtons persnal art work and from some of his famous films.

Beettlejuice

Vincent

The Nightmare Before Christmas

Mrs. Lovett, character from Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street

‘The Black Cauldron’ Concept Art *Concept images courtesy of Google Image

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A casual restaurant that offers contemporary Cajun style food served for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

Design Intent

Produced by SketchUp and Photoshop

evokes

LIGHTING A MOOD

Utilize gothic art and architecture with vibrant muted color tones; these aesthetics lead the path for the overall concept of the three meal dining experience. The space plan of the three meal dining incorporated three different seating styles: booths, four-tops and two-tops. By giving flexibility in the seating styles and arrangements, the restaurant can easily transition from breakfast, lunch and dinner. A custom buffet table was required in order for the restaurant to serve the breakfast crowds.

Lighting Method Three different ceiling heights were implemented. Used lighting elements at various heights to create mood moments. Rescessed can lighting was also used to control the amount and type of lighting for each meal time. Reflected Ceiling Plan

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THE PARODY

boutique hotel

*Image courtesy of Google Images

Schnadig Kaleidoscope


THREE MEAL

dining

Materials Contrasting elements of light and dark was the driving force. Ebony black tables flanked by misting light fabrics gave the space whimsy. Contract grade broadloom carpet with a pattern that mimics that of twtisting tree branches was selected for durability and blends into the overall concept design for the restaurant.

Hooker Furniture Sanctuary

Bernhardt Hospitality Mirrored Hostess Stand

“Lan Yapp� Mannington Commercial Canopy Sumac

The meaning of this Creole word is a little something extra given or obtained gratuitously by way of good measure.

Floor Plan

Produced By AutoCAD and Marker Render

North Elevation West Elevation HOSPITALITY

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DELUXE QUEEN

sleepy Design Intent

hollow

To make the hotel room feel like a hand-made movie set that would arouse the feeling of a dream scape inside someone’s mind. This guest suite was inspired by Tim Burton’s film adaptation of “The Legend of Sleepy Hollow.” The concept was expressed by a monochromatic color palette and dark lighting which enhanced the fantasy aspect.

Perspective Produced by SketchUp

Materials

Selection of materials and finishes were inspired by Tim Burton’s iconic and unique styles such as black and white stripes, swirling lines, disproportioned shapes, and rough jagged edges.

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THE PARODY

*Image courtesy of Google Images Shaw Contract Swirl Transparent

boutique hotel

Holly Hunt Corsica

Wolf Gordon Crosswind Drapery

Typical Deluxe Queen Floor Plan Produced by SketchUp


FAIRY TALE Lightingword Metalarte Josephine Chandelier

nightmares

Wolf Gordon Gothic Vinyl Wallcovering

Arc Com Magestic Ebony

Emser Tile Lucente Grazia Mosaic Linear

Typical Bathroom Vanity Elevation

Produced by SketchUp and Photoshop Dal-Tile Porcelain Continental Swirl CS56

Typical Deluxe Queen Elevation HOSPITALITY

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ITION Lake Forest Village Memory Care is committed to promoting independence, wellness, and lifelong vitality.

Overall Goal Designed specifically for residents with alzheimer’s and dementia. The community is a safe non-restrictive environment that allows the residents to move about freely.

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HEALTHCARE DESIGN Lake Forest Village Memory Care Project Description

This memory care community will appeal to the residents and to their family and friends. Each neighborhood will have its own home-like atmosphere yet will be different so that the resident can navigate throughout the community without any frustration. The overall shapes that will be used in the community will of geometric with round curves to soften the overall aesthetic. The design will promote a sense of community by being a nonrestrictive environment that allows family and local community to be involved with events. LAKE FOREST VILLAGE

Lake Forest, Illinois

Concept Enforces Wayfinding

Is a dementia community that offers residential and community atmospheres, with homelike and comfortable living spaces that give the residents the opportunity to live safely in a structured environment. This facility embraces the community’s principles of holistic wellness and Biophilia, which promotes the instinctive bond between humans and other living systems via a strong integration of indoor and outdoor environments.

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New Construction 25,345 sq. ft.

memory care

Wayfinding was created by creating each of the neighborhoods to have a different theme that reflected four different period styles.

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Victorian Neighborhood #1

Arts & Craft Neighborhood #2

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Mid-Cenutry Modern Neighborhood #3

Legend Central Hub Neighborhoods Art Deco Neighborhood #4 *Concept Images courtesy of Google Images

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The Central Hub Floor Plan

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Legend Lobby/Meet & Greet

Challenges

Solutions

• Create a “home-like” feeling in a large-scale facility. • Offer wayfinding for stress-free navigation. • Designate a cetnral outdoor area for residents to partake in taking care of the garden areas.

• Provided multiple areas that were both public and private spaces. • Incorporated the use of “monuments” at each of the four neighborhoods. • Provided above ground garden plant boxes for easy access.

Administration Health Services Activity Space Serving Kitchen Common Area Staff/Utility

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WALL PULLEY SYSTEM

FREE WEIGHTS MIRROR

TREATMENT TABLE

TREATMENT TABLE SLIDING GLASS DOOR

SLIDING GLASS DOOR

UNISEX BATH

FITNESS ROOM DECORATIVE GRAB BAR

DECORATIVE GRAB BAR

FITNESS ROOM

MASSAGE ROOM

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The program required a fitness area due to the reason that physical functioning often declines with age and can result in deterioration of health and the ability to care for one’ self. Research funded by the National Institute on Aging and was published in the New England Journal of Medicine provided additional evidence that P.T. can reduce and even prevent the functional decline of frail individuals who receive a program designed to improve their balance, strength and movement.

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Physical Therapy

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NEIGHBORHOOD Design Intent

locality

Each neighborhood was derived from period styles where inspirations came from architectural forms, lines, and shapes. Inspiration was also found from the period styles displayed in wall coverings, door styles, or metal iron work. By utilizing period styles from the past, residents are able to recognize and relate to these styles.

Wayfinding Monument

Personalization

Legend Neighborhood Residential Units

Art Deco Entrance Neighborhood Elevation

Residential Unit Entry Partial Elevation

Wayfinding Monument

Personalization

Mid-Century Modern Entrance

Residential Unit Entry

Goals The first goal was to ensure safety and to incorporate ADA requirements for residents with Alzheimer’s as well as other health issues related to aging. The second goal was to make navigation easy by utilizing signs, maps and predominate color schemes. The third goal was flexibility in personalization by providing shadow boxes in front of the residential units.

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LAKE FOREST VILLAGE

memory care

Neighborhood Elevation

Partial Elevation


RESIDENTIAL UNIT

scenery

Design Intent Each neighborhood has an array of finish and furniture options which coordinates with the specific style of that neighborhood. To offer the personal touch, residents can choose from these option packages as well as add pieces of their own accessories.

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Materials

Wieland Versant Sleep Chair 54841W24

All finishes were selected to incorporate the sustainability, function, and durability of typical assisted living facility while keeping the design residential in appearance.

Bentley Prince Street Complex Plains 8CM26

Typical Unit Floor Plan HEALTHCARE

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SP E CTR U M F I TN E S S

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EMBRACING SHAPE

Spectrum Fitness is a medically-based wellness club. They take a comprehensive approach to wellness that integrates safe physical activity, nutritional management, and health education. At Spectrum, they believe if a woman is provided with right care and education, she can achieve her goals and emerge a healthier, happier beautiful woman.

Overall Goal Offer an alternative fitness facility for women that improves their quality of life by providing a safe, private and luxurious fitness environment.

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COMMERCIAL DESIGN Spectrum Fitness Club For Women Project Description

Layla Ahmed the client, wanted open a safe, private and luxurious fitness club for women and girls. As a Muslim, she often experienced difficulty attempting to exercise in common fitness facilities such as 24 Hour and Bally’s due to the fact that her faith prohibits her from showing too much skin in the presence of men. Wearing the headscarf/hijab and being almost completely covered is not the most comfortable attire for exercising. She realized the need for a fitness club designed for females that allowed privacy whether it is for religious, cultural or for personal reasons. Spectrum’s company mission statement is: “wellness for women by women.”

Owner Description Spectrum Wellness Center is a family run business. They opened their first fitness center in their home town of Al-Khobar, Saudi Arabia. Layla moved to Colorado two years ago with her husband and their two daughters. She obtained her Master of Science in Clinical Nutrition degree in Chicago, IL.

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Spectrum Fitness

club for women

New Construction 6,400 sq. ft.

Englewood, Colorado Schematic Sketches

Concept

The concept of this project for our client is Embrace. We first worked on a word mapping for Embrace and found such words as: wrap, cover, entwine, soft, warm, encircle and comfort.

Site Aspects

Spectrum Fitness is located at 1-25 and E Belleview Ave. This site was chosen due to its proximity to the highway and public transportation. The property is also situated amongst businesses, hotels, shopping, entertainment and residences.

Rip and Tear Model

Concept Statement

A harmonious embrace that brings the sense of unity in both public and private spaces.

Derived from the physical embrace between two people; this act in itself is a small moment of closeness and creates an overlapping circle.

Parti Diagram Expresses how the spaces overlap each other and yet create public and private moments within each space.


Architectural Choice We partnered with OZ Architecture to design the fitness facility to resemble a house because we learned in our research that most people would feel more comfortable exercising at home. We specified that the fitness facility windows have a dual reflective film applied to provide privacy and solar control. South Exterior Elevation

*Courtesy of OZ Architecture

Lighting Method Mulitple light fixtures were utlized and ceiling fans through entire facility. Recessed cans have been used throughout. Suspended flourescent lights were used in the cardio and weight macines areas. multiple ceiling heights were emplimentd to emphasize the private and public spaces.

RCP

Floor Plan North Section Cut

Design Development Through our research, we learned that gym-goers are arriving to the gym wearing their work-out clothing. we provided express lockers adjacent to the entry and directly across from the locker room. Child care was also essential to mothers. We placed child care centrally within the facility and offered an outdoor playground with a privacy fence. COMMERCIAL

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LOBBY AND JUICE BAR Design Intent Rustic, natural elements and sophistication entwine while being nestled into 346 square feet. The space envelopes the user with warm, deep and rich finishes. The space planning of this area was to take advantage of the east-facing windows for the morning light and the users can look outside. Placing the bar in the north-east corner of the space, allows for a better traffic flow as well as additional space for seating whenever a nutritional class is offered. Offer dual functioning control desk. The employee at the control can also act as a cashier for any retail product sales. To provide a safety measure at the control desk, a “pinch-point” was created by narrowing the passage way from the entrance into the corridor leading the facilities ammenities.

Floor Plan Produced in AutoCAD, PhotoShop Render

Challenges

Solutions

• Create a sense of safety and privacy. • Provide both multiple seating areas. • Offer options for new users to meet with personal trainers about fitness packages. • Take advantage of natural sunlight. • Allow space for retail products.

• Provided seating areas tucked into curved walls for privacy. • Privacy was achieved by adding walls and at the same time not as to allow users to feel enclosed or claustrophobic. • Allocated shelving for products. • Strategically planned the juice bar area to allow for as much natural light into the space.

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Spectrum Fitness

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South Elevation


offers a cafĂŠ & deli Materials Durable finishes were chosen for this high traffic space. Bringing together rustic and sleek elements to make a cohesive aesthetic. Each tile of the petrified wood shows unique knots and rings and it is suitable for flooring applications.

Arteriors Z-Hinkley Wood & Iron Swivel

Lighting Method Dropped ceiling heights were implemented over the control desk and the juice bar area. Recessed can lighting was used for light control. Wall sconces were used for ambient lighting. All lighting fixtures were specified to be energy efficient.

Toltec Lighting Italian Glass Bronze

Reflected Ceiling Plan

Perspective Produced by SketchUp and Photoshop Ann Sacks Petrified Wood Retro Large Log Charcoal Antique

Casearstone 3cm Polished 9601 Oyster

Ann Sacks Azalea Sicis Iridium AS12587

Possini Stylized Bell 6-Light Corinthian Bronze

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GROUP CYCLE STUDIO Design Intent

Custom Partition

Design a 434 square foot space to be vibrant and fun. The ‘S’ inw the floor is for the word spin and reflects the curves of a women’s physique. When standing in the space, the ‘S’ will mimic that of a winding road. A newer trend that we implemented was a projection screen that will show different videos taken from the view of a person pedaling along the mountains in Europe or perhaps the big island of Hawaii. The spin bikes were strategically placed in a fanned out pattern in order for each cyclist to view the screen.

The design was inspired by the wheels and the spokes on a bicycle. The goal was allow light to penetrate into the space but also make the light diffused from the outside. Selecting a frosted glass allows those who pass by the cycle studio to see the class in action.

Custom Glass Partition Detail

Floor Plan Spin Class

Materials

The rubber flooring is made of recycled tires. The paint used had a low VOC. Utilizing ceiling fans also decreased the use forced air conditioning.

Eco Surfaces Rubber Flooring 1015

East Elevation

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Spectrum Fitness

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spin bike classes

Utlizing human power to supply energy. A speciality spin bike that push electricity into the electrical grid, helping to provide power to the fitness facilty and other electricity customers. As the bike spins, the wheel creates DC power, then converts AC power, which is plugged back into the wall, thus places energy into the grid. Each spin bike is fitted with a monitor that indicates how much power a rider is producing, and a 36inch monitor will be mounted to the spin studio’s wall to track the amount of power that the class as a whole is generating.

West Elevation

Lighting Method Recessed cans were utilize for light control. Six ribbon fans were installed to allow for better air flow and limits the need for forced air.

Perspective Produced by SketchUp and Photoshop

Ben McMahon Ribbon Fan, Dyson Award 2012

Pedaling for Energy

*Images courtesy of The Green Revolution

Reflected Ceiling Plan COMMERCIAL

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LADIES LOCKER ROOM Challenges • Create a sense of elegance as well as function. • Provide larger shower stalls to allow for changing clothes. • Offer multiple options for the user to get ready, such as wet and dry counter top areas. • Create as many walls to achieve privacy and at the same time give the space an open feel. • The space needed to provide a large enough closet for maintenance and storage supplies.

Solutions • The lockers were situated into alcoves. • Extra privacy was achieved by creating curved walls at the locker room entrance. • Strategically placed wet and dry areas for users to change into fitness attire or get ready after working out. • The shower stalls were placed at the back of the locker room, which added privacy and placed them close to the exit leading to the private enclosed swimming pool.

Floor Plan Produced in AutoCAD, PhotoShop Render

Materials A mixture of smooth and rough textures, curved shapes and a modern elements of sheen blend together to create elegance and warmth. Slip resistance procelain was utilized to met code requirements in wet areas.

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Spectrum Fitness

club for women

Ann Sacks Elkhorn Porcelain Sandstone

Daltile Egyptian Glass EG35

Augustin Walnut

Lorts Iron Bench Smoke


elegant sanctuary Design Intent Combine simplicity and elegance tucked into 834 square feet. Simplicity was expressed in the modern layout floor plan while the elegance was expressed in the finishes and fixtures that were chosen to envelope the space. Privacy was achieved by providing a multiple walls that created alcoves for the changing and showering areas. This locker room is a space where women can let their hair down and be a sanctuary away from the outside world.

Reflected Ceiling Plan

Perspective Produced by SketchUp and Photoshop Vanity Lavatory Detail

West Elevation COMMERCIAL

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Hand Sketching, Space Planning, Model Building, Programming, Construction Documents, Architectural Detailing, Computer and Hand Rendering, Presentation Boards (Hand and Digital), AutoCAD, Revit, Google SketchUp, Adobe CS5: InDesign, Photoshop, and Illustrator

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ADDITIONAL

skills

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HAND DRAWINGS

HAND RENDERING

Office Hand Marker Render Floor Plan Hand Marker Render

Manual Pencil Drafted Floor Plan Exterior Hand Marker Render

Manual Pencil Drafted Two-Point Perspective

4 3 design and technical

Loft Hand Marker Render

Grey-Scale Hand Marker Render


SKETCH-RENDER

3D MODELING VIEWING TOWER

Hand Sketching

Hand Drafting

Shadow Analysis

Marker Grey Scale

Photoshop Render

Marker Hand Render

Rip and Tear Model

Rough Model

Final Model

ARCHITECTURAL

Rough Model on Floor Plan

Final Model Exterior

Final Model Interior ADDITIONAL

skills

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PRESENTATION

CONSTRUCTION DOCS. PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT BATHTUB PER SCHEDULE

DOOR SCHEDULE

8"

CLEAR TEMPERED

FIXED OVER AWNING

7'-0" X 7'-6"

ALUMINUM

5

8"

CLEAR TEMPERED

FIXED OVER AWNING

References and portfolio are available upon request

Cover Letter 2012

Resume 2012

5'-7"

3'-2"

5'-11"

1'-6" 3'-4"

5'-0"

4'-7"

2'-312"

35'-3" 5'-9"

1'-5 5 16 "

3'-411

2"

1'-31

2'-5"

2"

9'-9716"

2"

3'-31

10'-1 1"

7'-101

2'-0"

3'-31

2'-10 "

" 6'-6

6'-0"

2'-10

"

6'-6"

1'-8"

"

2'-6

" 7'-0 1 2" 12'-6

1 " 3'-0 2

"

1'-6

3'-2"

NO.

2'-0"

2'-0"

WEST FINISH BASE PT-XX STN-B PT-XX STN-B PTL-F PTL-B

PTL-F PT-XX

PTL-F PT-XX

PTL-F PT-XX

PTL-F

PTL-F PTL-F CPT-F WD-F NA

PTL-B N/A STN-B N/A

CPT-F RE:ARCH N/A PT-XX PT-XX

PTL-B STN-B N/A CPT-F RE:ARCH RE:ARCH PT-XX STN-B PT-XX STN-B PT-XX STN-B PTL-B PTL-F PTL-B PTL-F N/A CPT-F STN-B WD-F PT-XX STN-B

PTL-F PT-XX CPT-F N/A PT-XX N/A PT-XX PTL-F PTL-F CPT-F WD-F PT-XX

PTL-B STN-B N/A N/A STN-B N/A STN-B PTL-B PTL-B N/A STN-B STN-B

PTL-B STN-B N/A CPT-F RE:ARCH RE:ARCH WIN N/A WIN STN-B WIN STN-B PTL-F PTL-B PTL-F CPT-F WD-F PT-XX

PTL-B N/A STN-B STN-B

PT-XX PT-XX PT-XX PT-XX PT-XX PT-XX W/D PT-XX PT-XX PT-XX PT-XX PT-XX PT-XX PT-XX PT-XX

ABBREVIATION SPC

SPECIAL TILES

SS STN

SOLID SURFACE

5'-10"

HARDWARE

PFIX

PLUMBING FIXTURE

STN-B

STONE BASE

PT PTL PTL-B PTL-F N.I.C

PAINT PORCELAIN TILE PORCELAIN TILE BASE PORCELAIN TILE FLOORING NOT IN CONTRACT

STN-F WD WD-B WD-F

STONE FLOORING WOOD ARCHITECTURAL WOOD BASE WOOD FLOORING

KITCHEN COUNTER REF TOP PER SPECIFICATIONS

MLM

TOILET PER SCHEDULE BATHTUB PER SCHEDULE

INTERIORS

3'-312"

OVEN & STOVE TOP PER SCHEDULE

7'-1012" 2'-0" 1 3'-3 2"

2'-5" 1'-312"

SCHOOL

TOILET PER SCHEDULE

2'-0"

The Art Institute of Colorado

PLUMBING FIXTURES PER PLUMBING SCHEDULE

1200 Lincoln Street Denver, CO CLASS

ACAD2D RS2305 PROVISION

STONE SLAB

DESCRIPTION

NO.

2'-0"

DATE

PLUMBING FIXTURES PER PLUMBING SCHEDULE

PROJECT NAME

MUSEUM-RESIDENCE

PROJECT NUMBER

587

DATE

09/21/2010

DRAWN BY

MANDY-MILLER

CHECKED BY

CHECKER

SCALE

KITCHEN COUNTER TOP PER SPECIFICATIONS

7'-1012"

3'-312"

3'-312" 7 " 9'-9 16

PROJECT NUMBER DATE

PROJECT NAM

DRAWN BY

3'-41116"

NOTE: 1'-55 8" KITCHEN APPLIANCES PER SCHEDULE OVEN & STOVE TOP PER SCHEDULE

10'-11"

5'-10"

STONE

STN-S

1'-55 8"

10'-11"

CEILING MATERIAL

2'-0"

WALLS EAST SOUTH FINISH BASE FINISH BASE PT-XX PT-XX STN-B STN-B PT-XX PT-XX STN-B STN-B PTL-F PTL-B PTL-F PTL-B

5'-0"

NORTH FINISH BASE PT-XX STN-B PT-XX STN-B PTL-F PTL-B

PROJECT NAME

3'-41116"

2'-5"

1'-0"

BATHTUB PER SCHEDULE

1'-0"

2'-0"

REF

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

PTL-F CPT-F WD-F WD-F

HDWD

PROVISION

REF

SHEET NAME

FINISH SCHEDULE

MASTER BATHROOM

CARPET FLOORING

2'-0"

CLASSDESCRIP

ID-100

MASTER W.C. MASTER CLOSET STUDY KITCHEN

CPT-F

NO.

SHEET NUMBER

107.2 107.3 108 109

EQUIP-EXIST EQUIPMENT EXISTING

PLUMBING FIXTURES PER SCHEDULE VANITY SINKS PER SCHEDULE

12 De

PROVISION

REF

FLOOR-PLAN

107.1

ACCESSORIES

RS2

2'-3"

"

13'-9"

The ACA o

CLASS

6'-7 "

7'-2

PTL-B STN-B N/A RE:ARCH N/A STN-B STN-B PTL-B

ACCS

1200 Lincol SCHOOL Denver, CO

2'-3"

1'-10"

SINK COUNTER PER SPECIFICATIONS

1/8"=1'0"

The Art of Col

2'-10"

1'-10"

PLUMBING FIXTURES PER SCHEDULE VANITY SINKS PER SCHEDULE

11'-91316"

1'-6"

WD-F WD-F PTL-F PTL-F CPT-F CPT-F STN-F WD-F WD-F CPT-F

4'-6"

1'-7"

2'-10"

SINK COUNTER PER SPECIFICATIONS

56'-0"

16'-4"

1'-6"

FLOOR MATERIAL

CHECKER

1'-8"

5'-0"

Sales Associate Consistently exceed sales objectives by 20% Created loyal clients through personal attention and report Continually aware of store’s client base, traffic patterns, and market competition

"

7'-3

2'-312"

The Furniture Room - Denver, Colorado

ROOM NAME

FOYER COORIDOR MECHANICAL ROOM BATHROOM BEDROOM CLOSET BALCONY LIVING DINING MASTER BEDROOM

25'-11

10'-5"

"

9'-1

11'-9

2'-312"

Sales Associate Handled coupon sales, gift cards, and merchandise returns Displayed products according to visual merchandising standards Asked open-ended questions in order to identify client needs and offered solutions

"

"

1'-6

13 16"

MANDY-MILLER

SCALE BUILT-IN WINDOW SEAT. SEE SPECIFICATIONS FOR MATERIALS & FINISHES. CUSHIONS PER FURNITURE SCHEDULE.

15'-6"

3'-4"

West Elm - Denver, Colorado

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

October 2004 ~ October 2005

Sales Associate and Customer Service Executed quotes utilizing 20-20 CAP Studio and Worksheet software programs Serviced the company’s e-commerce clientele, placed orders and return orders Assisted senior designers with as-built plans into AutoCAD

Resource Library Intern Accurately updated and maintained the interior products resource library Assisted the Design Director for the model homes division Returned samples to showrooms located in the Denver Design District

100 101 101.1 102 103 103.1 104 105 106 107

9 16"

8'-5

4'-7"

Design Lines Inc. - Greenwood Village, Colorado

3'

3' 9 16"

2'-5

587 09-21-2010

9 16

1'-6"

February 2010 ~ April 2010

ROOM #

Design Consultant and Project Assistant Proposed interior finishes such as floor, wall, and countertop options to clients Coordinated meetings with clients, contractors, designers and project managers Prepared invoices and administrative reports Composed and revised client proposals

MUSEUM-LOFT

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

Office Liquidators - Lakewood, Colorado (a HON dealer showroom)

November 2009 ~ May 2010

INTERIORS

Business Card Front and Back

May 2010 ~ March 2011

STRUCTURAL COLUMN, TYP.

"

9'-0

3'-4"

Adobe Suite: InDesign, Photoshop, Illustrator

Memo Librarian and Externship Maintain fabric samples and complete fabric memo requests Coordinate scheming trays compiled of multiple fabric types Assist with price changes and showroom fabric maintenance

PROJECT NAME BUILT-IN WINDOW SEAT. SEE SPECIFICATIONS FOR MATERIALS & FINISHES. CUSHIONS PER FURNITURE " PROJECT NUMBER 1'-6 SCHEDULE. DATE 13 " BUILT-IN BOOK SHELF TYP. BOTH SIDE OF 11'-9 16" 6'-5 DRAWN BY WINDOW SEAT. SEE SPECIFICATION FOR " 5'-9 CHECKED BY MATERIALS AND FINISHES.

IN SCHOOL

6'-6"

1'-6"

AutoCAD, Revit, Google Sketch-Up, 20-20 CAP Studio, RFMS (Floor Covering System) Microsoft Office Suite: Word, Front Page, Excel, Power Point, Outlook

DATE

3'

OVERFRAME END AT BOOKCASE TO ALLOW BUILT-IN BOOK SHELF TYP. BOTH SIDE OF WINDOW SEAT. SEE SPECIFICATION FORFOR MOULDING. MATERIALS AND FINISHES.

"

2

DESCRIPTION

NO.

3' 8'-5916"

4"

1'-6

E

2'-5916"

4'-21

2'-10" 1'-9"

5

"

10'-2"

M

4'-6"

1'-7"

2'-10"

1'-9"

ALUMINUM

11'-9"

8'-2

6'-6"

1'-8"

5'-214"

4'-0" X 7'-6"

EXPERIENCE

Guy’s Floor Service, Inc. - Denver, Colorado

REMARKS

1200 Lincoln Street Denver, CO

OVERFRAME END AT ACAD2D RS2305 BOOKCASE TO ALLOW PROVISION FOR MOULDING.

5'-214"

FIXED OVER AWNING

The Art Institute of Colorado CLASS

7'-0"

FIXED OVER AWNING

CLEAR TEMPERED

2'-312"

Measure and document spaces to construct as-built plans Draw and render spaces and objects utilizing isometric or 2-point perspective techniques Generate manual, pencil, ink, AutoCAD, and Revit drafting documents Execute schematic design sketches into rough plans and elevations Use bubble-diagramming process to explore room location and square footage allocation Select colors, textures, patterns that meet a client’s functional and psychological needs Communicate simple lighting designs via graphic and written documents Plan and execute organized board presentations

March 2011 ~ January 2012

TYPE OF GLASS

SCHOOL

3'

13'-0"

FIXED OVER AWNING

CLEAR TEMPERED

8"

4'-7"

Concentration: Associate of Applied Science, Interior Design (December 2006)

Kravet / Lee Jofa / Brunschwig & Fils Showroom - Denver, Colorado

2'-312"

CLEAR TEMPERED

8"

5

2'-312"

Concentration: Bachelor of Arts, Interior Design (December 2012)

Arapahoe Community College - Littleton, Colorado (NKBA accredited program)

SOFTWARE SKILLS

8"

8"

5

8"

1

3' 8'-5916"

2"

5

ALUMINUM

34'-51

D

2"

2'-3"

ALUMINUM ALUMINUM

1'-10 "

6'0" X 7'6"

Floor Plan

The Art Institute of Colorado - Denver (CIDA accredited program)

May 2012 ~ Current

FRAME

4'-5"

9 " 2'-5 1X SHELF 16 DIVIDERS TYP.

4'-31

8"

"

UNIT SIZE

11'-O" X 7'6" 18'-0" X 7'-6"

4'-6"

MANF./STYLE PELLA/ARCHITECTURAL SERIES PELLA/ARCHITECTURAL SERIES PELLA/ARCHITECTURAL SERIES PELLA/ARCHITECTURAL SERIES PELLA/ARCHITECTURAL SERIES

4"

1

20'-11

1 1

1'-7"

QUANTITY

A B C

14'-0"

WINDOW SYMBOL

Mandy L. Miller

DESIGN SKILLS

4'-6

WINDOW SCHEDULE

10100 New York Place Denver, CO 80247 | ma n d y l m i l l e r @ y a h o o . c o m | 303.960.0800

EDUCATION

3'-3 7

H.C. WOOD H.C. WOOD H.C. WOOD H.C. WOOD -

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

Brochure - Front Cover Folded, Back, Front, and Inside

WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD -

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

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Residential Model

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

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CHECKED BY PROJECT NUM SCALE

DATE DRAWN BY

1'-312"

NOTE: KITCHEN APPLIANCES PER SCHEDULE KITCHEN COUNTER TOP PER SPECIFICATIONS

CHECKED BY SCALE

PLUMBING FIXTURES PER PLUMBING SCHEDULE 7 " 9'-9 16

KITCHEN COUNTER TOP PER SPECIFICATIONS

PLUMBING FIXTURES PER PLUMBING SCHEDULE

SHEET NAME

ENLARGED-F SHEET NUMBER

ED

SHEET NAME

1/8"=1'-0"

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

ENLA

SHEET NUMBER

Furniture Plan

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATION

SHEET NAME FURNITURE-PLAN

SHEET NUMBER

ID-102

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

BUILT-IN BOOK CASE SEE SPECIFICATIONS FOR MATERIALS & FINSIHES. 1X SHELF DIVIDERS TYP.

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT SINKS & PLUMBING FIXTURES PER SCHEDULE BATHROOM MIRROR

4'-0"

5'-0"

MLM INTERIORS

2'-5916"

A/V EQUIPMENT PER SCHEDULE

3' 8'-5916"

4'-912"

LINEN STORAGE

The Art Institute of Colorado

BATHROOM CABINETS/ VANITY PER SCHEDULE

1200 Lincoln Street Denver, CO

8" BASE MOULDING

ACAD2D RS2305

CROWN MOULDING

PROVISION

DESCRIPTION

NO.

7'-3"

ENTERTAINMENT CENTER, SEE FURNITURE SCCHEDULE

LARGE PICTURE WINDOW TYP.

1'-6"

CROWN MOULDING

TILED BATH TUB OVER FRAME

PROJECT NAME

CUSTOM STAINLESS STEEL & GLASS ENCLOSURE AT STEAM SHOWER

DATE

REFRIGERATOR PER SCHEDULE

RANGE HOOD SEE MECHANICAL

DRAWN BY

CROWN MOULDING

CHECKED BY

Elevations

3'-0"

SLAB GRANITE KITCHEN COUNTERTOP

SHEET NAME OVEN & RANGE PER FIXTURE SCHEDULE

TILED BACKSPLASH

KITCHEN CABINETS PER SCHEDULE

587 09/21/2010

MANDY-MILLER CHECKER

OVERFRAME END AT BOOKCASE TO ALLOW FOR MOULDING.

BUILT-IN BOOK SHELF TYP. BOTH SIDE OF WINDOW SEAT. SEE SPECIFICATION FOR MATERIALS AND FINISHES. BUILT-IN WINDOW SEAT. SEE SPECIFICATIONS FOR MATERIALS & FINISHES. CUSHIONS PER FURNITURE SCHEDULE.

11'-91316"

1/8"=1'-0"

INTERIOR-ELEVATIONS SHEET NUMBER

ID-200

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

4 5 design and technical

8'-0"

8" BASE MOULDING

1'-6"

OPERABLE AWNING WINDOWS PER SCHEDULE

3'-0"

2'-8" CHAIR RAIL, SEE DETAILS

DATE

MUSEUM-RESIDENCE

PROJECT NUMBER

SCALE

Capstone Board Presenation at the Denver Design District

ED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

1'-1012"

CLASS PLASTER WALL WITH PAINTED FINISH

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

SCHOOL WATER CLOSET, SEE DOOR SCHEDULE

3'

3'-0"

2'-8"

CROWN MOULDING

5'-7"

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Residential Model

H.C. WOOD

0'-1 3/4" 0'-1 3/4" 0'-1 3/4" 0'-1 3/4" -

INTER

2'-0"

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

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10100 E. New York Pl. Denver, CO 80247 t: 303-960-0800 e: mandylmiller@yahoo.com

WOOD

6'-8" 6'-8" 6'-8" 6'-8" -

BATHTUB PER SCHEDULE

BUILT-IN BOOK CASE SEE SPECIFICATIONS FOR 2'-7" 7'-0" MATERIALS & FINSIHES.

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

Residential Model

Mandy L. Miller

0'-1 3/4"

2'-8"

5'-10"

3'-2"

10100 E. New York Pl. Denver, CO 80247 t: 303-960-0800 e: mandylmiller@yahoo.com

10100 E. New York Pl. Denver, CO 80247 t: 303-960-0800 e: mandylmiller@yahoo.com

3'-0" 2'-8" POCKET 3'0" 3'-0" -

ML

INTERIORS

"

4'-0 1 8"

29'-3

1'-9"

Mandy L. Miller

Model, Interior Detail

MASTER BEDROOM MASTER BATHROOM MASTER W.C. MASTER CLOSET STUDY KITCHEN

MLM

1X SHELF DIVIDERS TYP.

4"

Mandy L. Miller

Model, Interior Detail

107 107.1 107.2 107.3 108 109

6'-8"

S.C. WOOD LOUVERED DOUBLE FOLDING H.C. WOOD H.C. WOOD H.C. WOOD WOOD FRAM W/ TEMPERED GLASS -

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

Model, Interior Detail

Residential Model

3'-0" BI-FOLD 4'-0" 2'-8" 3'-0" POCKET 3'0" 3'-0" -

MATERIAL WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD -

5'-21

Residential Model

FOYER COORIDOR MECHANICAL ROOM BATHROOM BEDROOM CLOSET BALCONY LIVING DINING

BUILT-IN BOOK CASE " '-0 SEE SPECIFICATIONS FOR 17 MATERIALS & FINSIHES.

REMARKS

THICKNESS 0'-1 3/4" 0'-1 3/4" 0'-1 3/4" 0'-1 3/4" 0'-1 3/4" 0'-1 3/4" -

5'-0"

Residential Model

100 101 101.1 102 103 103.1 104 105 106

HEIGHT 7'-0" 6'-8" 6'-8" 6'-8" 6'-8" 6'-8" -

1'-0"

WIDTH

1'-6"

DOOR OPENING

ROOM NAME

2'-0"

DOOR #

REF BATHTUB PER SCHEDULE


AUTO CAD

REVIT Kitchen Remodel

PLASTIC LAMINATE FACED WALL CABINETS - 12" DEEP

4' - 0"

2' - 6"

4' - 0"

Commercial Building

Before Floor Plan

3' - 0"

1' - 6"

REFRIGERATOR (N.I.C) PLASTIC LAMINATE FACED BASE CABINETS - 24" DEEP 4" VINYL BASE 4' - 0"

2' - 0"

2' - 0"

Level 1 0' - 0"

Level 1 0' - 0"

After Floor Plan T.O. Masonry 36' - 0"

Booth Seat Detail

Level 3 24' - 0"

Level 2 12' - 0"

Level 1 0' - 0"

A202 A202

1

1

16

Room Legend

16 100B

OFFICE REF.

BREAK ROOM

107

Kitchen

108 107 A411

109

ATRIUM

LOUNGE 110

1 A411

REF.

MECH/ELEC RM

1 A701 109

2

110 A411

108

104

16

Kitchen

100A 102B 16

2

BREAK ROOM 1

CONFERENCE ROOM

A701

LOUNGE 111B

OPEN OFFICE

103

STAIR 1B

2

MECH/ELEC RM

A801

1p

-

-

2 A401

105

UP

3

OPEN OFFICE

106

MENS OFFICE 3

OPEN OFFICE

UP

A401

RECEPTION & WAITING

#2

111

1A

UP

STAIR

A401 2A

2B

2

A301

STAIR

A301

WOMENS

1

15

A401 16

15

15 2 Reception Desk RECEPTION & WAITING

15

101

102A

101

A414 15

3 3

A310 Waiting Area

1

-

-

15

16

A201

A201

2

1

1

A401

15 1 A414

A414

16

15

2 Reception Desk A414

111A 15

East Atrium

2

East Atrium

A201

2

106

1p

103

#1

MENS

1p

105

CONFERENCE ROOM

102

UP

2

Men's Toilet Typical

A801

WOMENS

Typical Womens Bathroom

104

Men's Toilet Typical

Typical Womens Bathroom

WORK ROOM

A414 3 3

2 A413 16

A413

-

-

A310 Waiting Area

A201

WORK ROOM

Mechanical Plan

A413

1 ATRIUM

1

East Atrium 2

East Atrium 2

100

1

1

A301

A301

2

2

A310

A310 2 A202

2 A202

ADDITIONAL

skills

46


phone

303.960.0800

email

mandylmiller @ yahoo.com

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