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Corporate - Disabilities Organizations’ House I share

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Corporate - Disabilities Organizations’ House Copenhagen, Denmark - Spring 2014

13,600 sq ft Physically disabled persons typically experience limitations in the built environment. The design of the Disabilities’ Orgainaztion House instead invites them to fully experience the architecture. Creating opportunities for these individuals to easily access all components of the space puts their mind at ease. The office accommodates each organization’s needs by providing a large variety of shared and private spaces. The scaled hierarchy of workspaces prioritizes each organization’s own identity, while still providing transitions to other organizations and many community enhancing spaces.


Corporate - NEXT Office Design A chalkboard acts as a platform for individuals to express their ideas. Such an analogy can be applied to NEXT’s mission to support entrepreneurs in their efforts to build innovative businesses. Just as a chalkboard can be “erased,” NEXT is able to adapt quickly to a changing workplace with new employees and new problems to solve. The space will allow for frequent changes and be customizable for employees with varying needs. When the chalkboard is “erased,” there is still substance left over in the form of institutional knowledge which supports future projects. The messiness of a chalkboard reflects the creative process that is embraced by the NEXT brand and culture. This creative process requires a resilient and ever-changing

taking a leap standing out connections big picture inspiration team work

workplace where employees can thrive and succeed.

A Palette of Posture

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Corporate - NEXT Office Design Steelcase Competition - Fall 2013 (Studio VI) 8,000 sq ft The design of the office encourages open-mindedness by offering a wide variety of spaces for working, collaborating, focusing, lounging, and interacting with co-workers, among other tasks. The open work environment is divided into three “neighborhoods,” each containing resident and temporary workstations, informal meeting spaces, and lounge areas. The rhythm of workstations with collaborative zones creates a dynamic workplace that supports interaction and collaboration while accommodating employees’ differing work styles.

Inspiration Images

Classroom Classroom

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Project Room Think Tank

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Reception

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Project Room

Videoconference

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Corporate - NEXT Office Design

Reception Perspective (Revit & Photoshop)

Think Tank Perspective (Revit & Photoshop)

Classroom Classroom Enclave

Project Room Think Tank Enclave Reception Copy Project Room Cafe Project Room

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Studio Videoconference

Open Office Perspective (Revit & Photoshop)


Corporate - NEXT Office Design

Construction Documents

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UPLIGHT PHILIPS "SOFT LOOK SEMI-RECESSED"

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SUSPENDED LINEAR FOCAL POINT LIGHTING "VERVE II"

REFER TO DIMENSIONS IN ENCLAVE RM 321 FOR DIMENSIONS. APPROXIMATE ANGLES IN SOFFIT. EXACT ANGLE IS IRRELEVANT.

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GC TO COORDINATE WORK WITH ALL CEILING TRADES TO INSURE CLEARANCES FOR FIXTURES, DUCTS, PIPING, SUSPENSION SYSTEM, ETC. NECESSARY TO MAINTAIN THE FINISHED CEILING HEIGHTS INDICATED HEREIN. ALL LAMPS FOR NEW AND EXISTING FIXTURES SHALL BE FURNISHED BY THE CONTRACTOR. PRIVATE OFFICES AND ROOMS SHALL BE SWITCHED SEPARATELY. RECEPTION AND SOUTH OPEN OFFICE SHALL BE SWITCHED TO ENTRANCE DOORS. WHERE MORE THAN ONE SWITCH IS LOCATED AT SAME LOCATION, THEY SHALL BE INSTALLED UNDER SAME GANG TYPE COVER PLATE. DESIGN DRAWINGS ARE FOR CONCEPT ONLY. ELECTRICAL ENGINEER/CONTRACTOR SHALL DETERMINE THE ACTUAL NUMBER OF CIRCUITS AND SWITCHING DEVICES REQUIRED BY CODE AND STANDARD PRACTICE. U.N.O. ALL SWITCHES ARE TO BE LOCATED 4’-0” FROM CENTER LINE OF SWITCH TO FLOOR AND 7” FROM DOOR FRAME. SPRINKLER SYSTEM SHALL BE INSTALLED OR MODIFIED AS REQUIRED IN ACCORDANCE WITH ALL APPLICABLE CODES AND BUILDING STANDARDS. CEILING FIXTURES AND FEATURES AS DRAWN HEREIN TAKE PRECEDENCE OVER SPRINKLER HEAD LOCATIONS. INSTALL ALL LIGHT FIXTURES BASED ON MEASUREMENTS, TO THE CENTERLINE OF FIXTURE. NOTIFY DESIGNER OF ANY DISCREPANCIES BETWEEN ARCHITECTURAL, ELECTRICAL AND MECHANICAL DRAWINGS AND OBTAIN CLARIFICATION BEFORE COMMENCING CONSTRUCTION. ALL GRILLS, DIFFUSERS, SLOT DIFFUSERS AND RETURNS SHALL BE BUILDING STANDARD. LANDLORDS ENGINEER SHALL DESIGN THE HVAC, SPRINKLER AND PLUMBING SYSTEMS AND PROVIDE STAMPED DRAWINGS. PROVIDE SEPARATE ZONE CONTROL FOR PRIVATE OFFICES, STUDIO, CLASSROOMS, CONFERENCE ROOMS, AND PROJECT ROOMS TO ENSURE ADEQUATE AIR CIRCULATION AND COOLING. MECHANICAL CONTRACTOR TO COORDINATE WITH ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR SO THAT THE LOCATIONS OF THERMOSTATS AND LIGHT SWITCHES ARE IN VERTICAL ALIGNMENT. THERMOSTATS IN PUBLIC AREAS SHALL BE TAMPER-PROOF. PROVIDE EXITING SIGNS ACCORDING TO DRAWINGS.

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CUSTOM LIGHT FIXTURE SEE DESIGNER FOR QUESTIONS

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807 Las Cimas Parkway Austin, Texas

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I HEREBY CERTIFY that this plan, specification or report was prepared by me or under my direct supervision and that I am a duly Licensed Interior Designer under the laws of the State of Minnesota

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Healthcare - Coffey Hall Clinic Expansion

View of Mental Therapy Room - Computer Rendering (Revit)

Concept Development

Process Work

View of Entry - Computer Rendering (Revit)


Healthcare - Coffey Hall Clinic Expansion

IDES Studio IV Project - Spring of 2nd Year

The design of the Coffey Hall Clinic is inspired by the Renaissance Revival architectural style of the building, which is unique to the St. Paul campus of the University of Minnesota. Historic elements with a contemporary update create a concept of “vintage apothecary.� Symmetrical balance is the dominant organizing principle in the overall layout of the space as well as in decorative details. Natural elements create an inviting and healthy atmosphere, providing positive distractions for patients that may feel nervous, vulnerable, or uncertain. A combination of vertical and horizontal lines contribute to an unstartling, reassuring, and stable sanctuary. Rich, warm hues complimented by soothing blues create a familiar warmth and serenity to promote an environment for healing. Revit was the primary tool used to develop the design solution for the project. Elevation of Waiting Room - Computer Rendering (Revit)

Floor Plan - Computer Rendering (Revit)


Housing - East River Apartments

View of Lobby Exterior - Computer Rendering (SketchUp, Podium v2)

Axonometric View

View of Interior - Computer Rendering (SketchUp, Podium v2)


Housing - East River Apartments Internship with Collage Architects - Spring 2012

East River Apartments is a project in which I contributed by designing the interior of the lobby. As an intern for Collage Architects, I assisted in the selection of materials and furnishings for the space, as well as basic space planning. Google SketchUp and Podium v2 were used to visually communicate the ideas and selections to the client. My primary role as an intern at Collage was researching the sustainable attributes of products being considered for specification in several projects. As I compiled my research on each product’s full life cycle impact, I gained invaluable knowledge about the tradeoffs that are inherent to sustainable design decision making.

View of Entry - Computer Rendering (SketchUp, Podium v2)

Material, Fixtures, Artwork Selection

“All things appear and disappear because of the concurrence of causes and conditions. Nothing ever exists entirely alone; everything is in relation to everything else.” -Budda


Education - IEEE Student Lounge

View of Entry - Hand Rendering

View from Back - Hand Rendering

Concept Development & Schematics


Education - IEEE Student Lounge IDES Studio IV Project - Spring of 2nd Year The main purpose of the design of the IEEE student lounge in Keller hall is to provide a functional, inspiring, and collaborative space for members to relax, study, and socialize. To deliver the needs of the client, the space is open, bright, and simple. Clean, crisp lines serve as the foundation for a structural concept. Repetition of geometric shapes reflects the functionality and balance of the floor plan. Bright, saturated colors are grounded and balanced by a soft white backdrop, keeping the character of the space enlightened but not over-stimulating. Tools used in this project include Revit and hand-rendering.

Plan

Material, Fixtures, Furniture Selection


Retail - Zing! Board Games and Gifts

Plan


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Retail - Zing! Board Games and Gifts IDES Studio III Final Project - Fall of 2nd Year

The concept of the space is based off the energy suggested by the name of the store itself: “Zing!� The lively, dynamic sound of the word reflects the nature of board games. The bright aesthetics appeal to younger age groups, while the functionality and crisp style appeal to older age groups. Curved lines suggest the recreational aspect of playing games, while horizontal lines help add stability and depth, expanding the narrow boundaries of the space. A balance between smooth and shaggy textures create a clean and crisp, yet comfortable atmosphere. Concept Model

Concept Board

Hand-Rendered View of Entry Hand-Rendered View of Departure


Artwork


Mary Kennedy Interior Design

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kenne703@umn.edu 314.620.1871 915 University Avenue SE Minneapolis, Minnesota 55414


Mary Kennedy Interior Design Portfolio