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M aisie G ilmore


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CONTENTS

1.............................................................................................................................Resume 3....................................................................................................................Hand Skills 5..................................................................................................................................Folly 7........................................................................................2016 Summer Internship 9.................................................................................................................Film Insitute 11........................................................................................................... Nest Together 13.............................................................................................2017 Fall Internship 15..............................................................................................................Photography

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MaisiE GiLMorE

R E S U M E

Education

University of Cincinnati Cincinnati, OH

Pleasant Plains High School Pleasant Plains, IL

ExpEriEncE

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School of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning B.S. Interior Design | Class of 2020 Class of 2015

Lauckgroup Dallas, TX Interior Design Intern August 2017 - December 2017 Hnedak Bobo Group Memphis, TN Interior Design Intern May 2016 - August 2016 January 2017 - May 2017 Family Video Springfield, IL Customer Service Representative May 2015 - December 2015

Held a full-time position. Handled various office tasks such as answering the phone and scheduling rep appointments. Primarily helped putting presentations together. Created Photoshop renderings for various project presentations and layed out furniture in Revit. Held a full-time position. Handled various tasks ranging from materials library organization, pulling materials for projects to using Photoshop to create a reflected ceiling plan. Created shop drawings for casework in Revit, as well as a chandelier in SketchUP.

Junior High Small Group

West Side Christian Church | 2014 - 2015

LEadErship

Flute Section Leader

Starter Strings Instructor

VoLuntEEr

Toddler Room Supervisor Beta Club Member

skiLLs

Adobe InDesign

Held a part-time position. Handled store operational tasks and sales goals delegated by management. Provided exceptional customer service to all customers. Completed closing procedures including reconcile cash drawer, money deposit and secure building.

Pleasant Plains High School Band | 2014 - 2015 Farmingdale Elementary School | 2014 - 2015

West Side Christian Church | 2010 - 2015 Volunteered for special events, Easter and Christmas Pleasant Plains High School | 2013 - 2015

Adobe Photoshop

Microsoft Excel

217 North Meadowbrook Road Springfield, IL gilmormd@mail.uc.edu

Revit

SketchUp

Spexx


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Hand Skills First Year


Left: Palm Cockatoo Top Left: Recreation of Michaelangelo’s The Last Judgement Top Right: Piranesi Bottom Left: City of the Dead Bottom Right: Analytique of Cincinnati Art Museum Below: Male Crowned Woodnymph Hummingbird

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Folly First Year

Southeast View


Task: Create an inhabitable space in the Quad Constraints: Size: 8ftX8ftX8ft Materials: 50 2X4X8ft boards 10 2X4X10ft board 6 4X8ft MDF sheets Other material of group’s choice (100ft sisal rope) As a group we pre-fabricated each rhombus off site then attached them in pairs to sections of the floor. In total, we moved 7 sections onto the site and connected them with a central floor piece which provied structural continuity, but also a method of wayfinding through the space. The extra material of our choice was Sisal Rope which we used as a tapestry effect which eludes to the way one would walk through the space. While I did have a hand in assisting with the construction and fabrication, my main contribution to the group was to find the lengths and angles of each separate piece of the rhombuses. Finally, I created detailed construction drawings.

Joints Detail

6 South Elevation Construction Drawings

Floor Detail

Parti Diagrams

Shadows on Floor


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HBGDesign

2016 Summer Internship


While on my first internship, I was put on several projects. While on these projects, I was tasked with a few Photoshop projects as well as image boards. The Photoshop projects consisted of a few carpet flood plans for a casino floor. These were to help us get a better idea of what the patterns would look like in the designated place. Another project was a reflected ceiling plan of a different casino. This allowed us to understand how the colors of the ceiling flowed together and also where the lighting is placed. The last Photoshop project I was tasked to do was way finding signs and a new sign for a bar. While making these signs I was allowed to experiment with colors from 3 pallets and was also able to experiment with the symbols on the signage, as well. I also pulled many materials for the pallets in which the signage colors stemmed from. Since several projects were going on at HBG while I was there, these projects required image boards which I laid out, as well as attached the materials to the boards.

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Film

Institute S Y econd ear

1405 Walnut Street, Cincinnati, OH


Project Site Model

Sophomore year we focused on one project throughout the semester. We were tasked with creating a film institute in Over the Rhine. We did a lot of research as to where the site is and how people use the surrounding areas. For the assignment we needed to create a strong concept that can be seen through out the building in both the exterior and interior. For my concept I wanted the building to reflect it’s use, film; so I took my concept from the film The Red Balloon. I took the scene of a runaway balloon and reflected it in the grand stair that runs up through the 4th level. As a section of 16 people we also had to make a site model at 1/8th scale that was 3x3 feet. We chose to cast ours out of rockite, which required us to create foam core molds in which we poured the rockite, and the base and stand out of wood.

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Interior Renderings

Process Models

Exterior Night Rendering

Level 1 Plan

South Section

Concept Elevation


Sociable Weaver Nest

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Nest Together Second Year

Concept Model

During the 2017 summer semester, we were separated from the architecture students for the first time. We were assigned a semester long project of designing an office space for a non-for-profit, LiveWell. We had the opportunity to visit their original location where we were able to see how they operate on a day-to-day basis. One way they described their office environment was as that of a home; they saw their coworkers as family. I decided to reflect that statement into my design of the office. I thought about a nest being a home where one must work to keep it together. I chose to base my design off a Sociable Weaver’s nest because their nests are constantly being worked on to hold it together.

Site Plan


STORAGE

LINDA’S OFFICE

OPEN OFFICE

GALLERY

PROJECT STUDIOS

OPEN COLLABORATION

PROJECT STUDIOS

KITCHEN

Plan Concept Layout

KEY public semi-private private

Office (Linda)

Open Collaboration

Project Studios

Office (Open)

Kitchen

Office Storage

KEY Primary

Public

Secondary

Semi-Private

Convenient

Private

Secure Storage

Coat/Copy Storage

Gallery/ Entry

Bubble Diagram

Process Model: conecting space with a single element

I felt that it was important the employees of LiveWell felt comfortable in the space they spend most of their time. The Weaver’s nest is a great precedent for this because the entirety of the nest is created by small nests held together with the building material. I translated that into the design by creating each space to feel like it’s own, yet still be part of the whole.

Refleced Ceiling Plan

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Floor Plan


North Section 2”

Second Year

2 1/4”

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Nest Together

3” 2”

8” 3 7/

Gallery Wall - Shelving Detail

Precedents

Entry/Gallery


Materials

Open Studio

Furniture and Accessories

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Open Collaboration

Kitchen

West Section


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lauckgroup 2017 Fall Internship

Office Grand Stair Option - Perspective

Multifamily Living Lobby - Materials Plan


Multifamily Living Corridor Option - Perspective

Multifamily Living Public Restroom - Elevation

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Multifamily Living Elevator - Elevation

Multifamily Living Unit Entry Option - Elevation

Multifamily Living Corridor Option - Perspective

During my time at lauckgroup in Dallas, TX I had the opportunity to sharpen my Photoshop skills. I did several material floor plans and also multifamily corridor material floor plans. For the corridors, we needed to show the client several options. This required changing the typical carpet and adding in some door drops. We also needed to show the client different options for the unit entrances that went with the carpet options. For the unit entries, we showed the client door options with a variety of ways to display the unit number.

Multifamily Living Corridor Option - Perspective

Multifamily Living Unit Entry Option - Elevation


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Photography


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