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McKinley Emmett Interior Design Portfolio


McKinley Emmett Contact 435-757-8450 mckinleyemmett@gmail.com Digital Portfolio: issuu.com/mckinleyemmett

Education Utah State University Bachelor of Interior Design Graduation May 2018 CIDA Accredited 3.87 GPA LEED Green Associate 2017

Experience

Accolades

UNDERGRADUATE TEACHING FELLOW Utah State University: Logan, UT August 2017 - December 2017 Assisted students in learning Adobe Suite, critiqued student’s work, prepared for upcoming projects and assignments

2nd Place IDEC National Video Competition Spring 2017

INTERNSHIP Vicente Wolf Associates: New York, NY Summer 2017 Worked in AutoCAD doing construction drawings, contacted vendors, filled in estimate sheets, organized samples and materials, on-site field measuring ASSISTANT MANAGER Jackson Trading Company: Jackson, WY Summer 2014 - 2016 Supervised and trained new employees, designed displays, assisted customers, organized and stocked products

5th Place Durkan D*scover Design Competition Spring 2017 1st Place and Best Use of Theme Student Design Star Competition Fall 2016 Dean’s List Robert & Terri Harris Scholarship Regent’s Scholarship

FARMER’S MARKET COORDINATOR & CUSTOMER SERVICE Great Harvest Bread Co: Jackson, WY Summer 2015 Planned and coordinated booth for local Farmer’s Market, stocked and organized products

Skills

Affiliations

AutoCAD Architecture 2018 - 2D and 3D Revit 2018 CET Designer Adobe InDesign Adobe Illustrator Adobe Photoshop Construction Documents Computer Rendering Microsoft Office

ASID Student Member 2014 - Present IIDA Student Member Vice President 2016 - Present USGBC Student Member 2016 - Present


Contents 003 East End Residence 017 Statue Cruises Security Check Point 029 Wallcovering Design 033 One57 Residence 043 CAPSA Headquarters 055 Durkan Discover Carpet Competition 059 Tri House

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Project 1

East End Residence

inspiration image property of third party

Barcelona, Spain

Located on the east side of Barcelona, Spain, this twobedroom apartment is the perfect vacation spot for a young couple that loves to travel. With uninterrupted views of the Balearic Sea, it has become an ideal place to relax and unwind. Crisp, white walls are the perfect canvas for the couple’s outstanding art collection and a well-curated list of furniture allows for an easy conversation starter with guests. Subtle Spanish influences have thoughtfully been chosen to create a space that is well-connected

with its surroundings. The living room, dining room, kitchen, library, master bedroom, and guest room are unique spaces that reflect the couple’s sleek and sophisticated style. It was important to consider guests of the couple as they plan to entertain as often as possible. A large dining room makes for a comfortable space to entertain two or twelve guests and a comfortable guest room makes for a memorable stay. The master bedroom and library are perfect for relaxing after a long day exploring Barcelona.

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LIVING ROOM RENDERING Revit, 3D AutoCAD, Photoshop

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East End Residence

The Living Room An ideal place to relax at the end of the day or to entertain guests before or after dinner, the living room functions as the perfect space for multiple occasions. With a carefully selected group of whimsical art from the couple’s collection, and a sophisticated selection of furniture, this room is both comfortable and formal. Various seating groups allow for easy conversation with two guests or ten. A pair of Fauteuil armchairs accompanies a sofa and a Barcelona daybed is paired with a stainless-steel pedestal table. A desk by Milo Baughman and a Mongolian white fur steel chair makes for the perfect study spot.

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DINING ROOM RENDERING Revit, 3D AutoCAD, Photoshop 007


East End Residence

The Dining Room A custom brushed-steel dining table that seats 12 is perfect for large dinner parties and the floating cabinet along the back wall provides ample storage for table-wear. A mix of Brno and Tulip chairs is an eclectic touch that compliments the variety of art that hangs on the wall. Three Roman shades allow for ideal light control and a cream color rug is the perfect complement to the dark steel table. The Pirce Light is dimmable to create a desired mood for a large crowd or a small, intimate gathering.

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KITCHEN RENDERING Revit, 3D AutoCAD, Photoshop 009


East End Residence

The Kitchen Equipped with appliances for a personal chef, the kitchen is the perfect place to enjoy a simple breakfast or prep for an upcoming dinner party. A lacquered-finish table is center stage with four chairs by Harry Bertoia surrounding it. Brushed-steel cabinets provide plenty of storage and a neutral wallcovering adds a subtle texture to the space. Simple white porcelain tile has been used as flooring, while a white marble has been used as the backsplash. Subtle artwork with bold colors adds an exciting touch.

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LIBRARY RENDERING Revit, 3D AutoCAD, Photoshop

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The Library The library is an ideal place to work, read, or relax. Large bookcases line the walls for easy access to a large collection of books. An oversized rosewood desk is paired with a Mackintosh Ladder-back Chair. A leather sofa sits along a wall of drapery while a marble table sits in between two wooden end tables. A gilded chair is the perfect complement to an antique Bergere armchair. A mix of modern and traditional art from the couple’s collection and a large fireplace add a sophisticated touch to the space.

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MASTER RENDERING Revit, 3D AutoCAD, Photoshop

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East End Residence

The Master A sophisticated and subtle color pallet became an obvious choice for the couple’s master suite. A four-poster bed and a Lucite waterfall bench are at the center of the room. An iron bedside table with a small wooden chest is opposite another bedside table in gold leaf. A Tre Pezzi lounge chair in black leather is perfectly paired with a white marble side table, while minimalistic art adds a relaxing and sophisticated touch.

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GUEST ROOM RENDERING Revit, 3D AutoCAD, Photoshop

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The Guest Room Whether it’s family or friends staying over, the guest room is sure to leave an impression. A neutral color pallet and eclectic furniture is the perfect combination to create a relaxing space. A concrete and wood side table is opposite a large bookcase that spans the length of the room. An Ox chair upholstered in sheepskin is the ideal lounge chair for reading or relaxing and a pine chest provides added storage for extra linens. An upholstered bed with an iron bench anchors the room while a pair of portrait paintings adds an unexpected touch.

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Project 2

Statue Cruises Security Check Point

inspiration image property of third party

New York City

Inspired by an abstraction of Lady Liberty’s crown, this state of the art security check point will make seeing one of America’s most iconic landmarks a breeze. The previous check point was a temporary white tent and the flow of the space did not accommodate large crowds. By providing ample space, tourists can make their way through security quicker than ever. A vestibule provides a cool place to wait during the summer months. After guests have passed

through security, they enter the second half of the space. With large restrooms, a lounge area, and cafe, those waiting to see the Statue of Liberty up close and personal will feel relaxed and at ease. Large, expansive windows along the length of building give the perfect sneak peek. This new and improved check point embraces the outstanding architecture of New York City’s Financial District, making it the perfect pier-side destination.

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FLOOR PLAN AutoCAD Architecture

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Statue Cruises Security Check Point

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SPACE PLAN AutoCAD Architecture

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Statue Cruises Security Check Point

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REFLECTED CEILING PLAN AutoCAD Architecture

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Statue Cruises Security Check Point

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ENLARGED FLOOR PLANS

INTERIOR ELEVATIONS

AutoCAD Architecture

AutoCAD Architecture

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Statue Cruises Security Check Point

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EXTERIOR RENDERING Revit, 3D AutoCAD, Photoshop

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Statue Cruises Security Check Point

The Exterior A crisp white exterior stands out against the Manhattan skyline and the repetitive geometric white fins create a unique structure that mimics the Statue of Liberty’s crown. This interesting architectural addition is the perfect eye-catcher to the southern coast of New York City.

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Project 3

Wallcovering Design

inspiration image property of third party

Anna

Inspired and abstracted from Anna Wintour’s signature haircut, this wallcovering is the perfect playful addition to any room. With five colorways, including Moss for Kate, Let Me See You Vogue, Pretty in Pink, Wintour White, and 50 Issues of Vogue, this unique and whimsical wallcovering could be used in a variety of spaces.

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‘Moss for Kate’

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Wallcovering Design

‘Let Me See You Vogue’

‘Pretty in Pink’

‘Wintour White’

‘50 Issues of Vogue’

Colorways Five feminine and simplistic colorways give a variety of options when applying this wallcovering in a space. Pops of color and neutrals create a sophisticated combination that will transform a room. This commercial grade wallcovering is durable and suited to last a lifetime.

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Project 4

One57 Residence

inspiration image property of third party

New York City

One57 is located on 57th street in New York City. With 360-degree views of Manhattan, this residence needed to reflect the vibrant and colorful characteristics of New York. The clients, Azeem and Amara Malik are a stylish and global couple. With a roster of impressive properties around the world, their One57 residence needs to reflect their youthful and luxurious lifestyle. The Maliks enjoy collecting art and love one of

a kind furniture pieces. Beginning in the entryway and continuing to their master bedroom, a carefully curated list of furniture, art, and finishes were selected to create a special place for the Maliks to enjoy or entertain in. This project was designed in coordination with Caleb Anderson of Drake/Anderson. Basic requirements were given as guidelines for this project and a final presentation and critique was done by Mr. Anderson.

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ENTRYWAY RENDERING Revit, 3D AutoCAD, Photoshop 035


One57 Residence

The Entryway The first impression when guests enter the apartment, this entryway is a conversation starter. With an over-sized Italian chandelier, Josef Hoffman armchairs, and a custom rug designed by McKinley Emmett, guests are sure to be impressed the instant they walk through the door.

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LIVING ROOM RENDERING Revit, 3D AutoCAD, Photoshop

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One57 Residence

The Living Room Two back-to-back sofas with a Lucite console, a painting by Tom Lieber, and a custom Alexander McQueen rug makes this living room not only comfortable but stylish. It’s the perfect place to host a party with a celebrated guest list or to relax in after a long day in the city.

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KITCHEN RENDERING Revit, 3D AutoCAD, Photoshop 039


One57 Residence

The Kitchen Located in the heart of Manhattan, with state of the art appliances, this kitchen is perfect for a personal chef or the use of its residents. With expansive views of New York City’s skyline, a custom neon sign, and a flower tile mosaic, this space is sure to make any dinner party a delight.

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MASTER RENDERING Revit, 3D AutoCAD, Photoshop 041


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The Master A Lucite and brass bed by Charles Hollis Jones, a gold cube chair by Videre Licet, and an elegant marble sculpture by Jeremy Guy creates a relaxing and one of a kind master bedroom. Floor to ceiling windows provide an uninterrupted view of New York City making this space the perfect place to relax.

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Project 5

CAPSA Headquarters

inspiration image property of third party

Northern Utah

CAPSA is a non-profit domestic violence, sexual abuse, and rape recovery center. When it came time to design their new headquarters, it was important to do the appropriate research to accurately design a space suited for their needs. Research began by understanding CAPSA and what they did to help those in need. After understanding the people who are assisted in their facilities, it was important to research how abuse affected those people. Color psychology, furniture research, and inspiration were the final steps to make the design as

successful as possible. When laying out the floor plan for their new headquarters, it was important to take into consideration the location of each room. CAPSA encourages those visiting the office to feel comfortable so the Research and Support Group Center are located in the middle of the office. This allows those who come and go to feel part of the space. A closed off reception space and vestibules are used for added security and privacy. An onsite Child Care and Call Center help CAPSA continue to assist as many people as possible.

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Research

1 Research CAPSA CAPSA is a non-profit domestic violence, sexual abuse, and rape recovery center. It provides support services for women, men, and children impacted by abuse. Their facility must be designed to not only provide a safe place for victims, but the interior environment must heal its occupants. CAPSA’s mission is to provide support for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault and to reduce incidents of abuse through prevention education. An assessment of CAPSA’s needs for a functional office was done to determine what spaces would be necessary to assist those looking for help. With six inhouse therapists and four legal counsel professionals, those seeking help have access to various resources. A Support Group Center and Research Center will be used to help heal and educate victims. The Support Group Center will help those who have faced similar challenges connect with one another, while the Research Center provides a place for a fresh start. The search for a new job or a safe place to live can begin with the help of CAPSA. The 24-hour Call Center provides support and resources to those seeking help. Adjacent to the Call Center is the Childcare Center. It is a place for children to be looked after while their family members are seeking help. It is also a place for children to heal if they have been a victim or witness to abuse. Each space will be designed to provide education and instruction to those seeking help. To get help, give help, or donate, visit capsa. org for more information.

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Research Abuse Victims

Research Color Psychology

CAPSA’s new headquarters will treat and assist those who have been victims of abuse. Before designing the space, it is important to understand the mental state of these victims and the necessary elements the space will need to make it a place of healing and comfort.

After researching CAPSA and the affect abuse has on victims, research of what the space needed to include started with color psychology. The color that seemed to be best suited for CAPSA’s new headquarters was green. Green is the color of nature. It has been proven to be beneficial to the mind and body. It slows the metabolism and produces a calming effect. Green has an emotional correspondence with safety and has great healing powers. Accent colors such as blue, tan, and white have positive psychological affects and will be used within the space. These psychological aspects will play an important role in healing those who visit CAPSA’s new headquarters.

An article published by the US National Library of Medicine, discussed the cognitive changes and interpersonal relationships of women who have suffered from domestic abuse. The results of this study determined that there were significant differences between women who have been abused and those who have not. Women who suffered from domestic violence had higher results in depression and destruction dimensions, while women who had not experienced abuse had higher results in reproduction and incorporation. Women victims of abuse said they would describe themselves as more angry, lonely, sad, and less sociable. These negative emotions can become a risk for mental health disorders and the revictimization of women who have suffered from domestic violence. This assessment of the mental and emotional profile of abuse victims will play an important role in designing a space that is an ideal place to heal and receive the necessary help.


CAPSA Headquarters

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Research Inspiration

Research Furniture

Research Results

Research of inspiration came after understanding the needs of CAPSA and color psychology. The space needs to feel open and light. Various shades of green and neutrals will be used to create a comfortable office while natural textures and the occasional pattern will keep the space feeling modern.

After researching the needs for CAPSA, color psychology, and inspiration, furniture research was the last step before designing the space. Ergonomic chairs and adjustable sit-to-stand desks will be used in every office as well as the Call Center to ensure a productive environment for employees and volunteers. The office not only needs to heal those who need help, but it needs to be a comfortable place for those who work there. Comfortable furniture will also be used throughout waiting areas and lounge spaces. Not only will ergonomics play an important role in furniture selection, but durability of finishes and fabrics will also be taken into consideration.

After extensive research on the needs of CAPSA for their new headquarters, it was determined that the space needed to be as functional as possible. Functionality as well as safety and privacy were the most important components of the design. After laying out a floor plan that accomplished those three things, it was important to start implementing the remaining research within the design. A well-designed space is just as important as a functional space to ensure proper healing when using and spending time in the office. Not only was it necessary to design for those CAPSA is assisting, but a space designed for volunteers and employees will ensure maximum efficiency and productivity.

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SAFETY PLANNING 2

SAFETY PLANNING 1

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110 SF

107 SF

RECEPTION

VESTIBULE

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127

736 SF

161 SF

UP

RESTROOM

THERAPIST 1

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90 SF

106 SF

MEN'S RESTROOM

RESTROOM

95 SF

68 SF

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THERAPIST 2 121

DW

106 SF

FUNDRAISER COORDINATOR

CHILDCARE CENTER

KITCHEN

120

THERAPIST 3

FILE ROOM

PRIVATE WAITING ROOM

107 SF

382 SF

260 SF

141 SF

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1485 SF

207 SF

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SECURITY

THERAPIST 4

105

159 SF

118

107 SF

LEGAL COUNSEL 1

WOMEN'S RESTROOM

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148 SF

130

94 SF

THERAPIST 5 116

100 SF

RESEARCH CENTER

SUPPORT GROUP CENTER

273 SF

449 SF

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LEGAL COUNSEL 2 108

107

133 SF

THERAPIST 6 115

UP

CALL CENTER

109 SF

LEGAL COUNSEL 3

131

1590 SF

109

133 SF

VESTIBULE 132

84 SF

CEO OFFICE 114

167 SF

FLOOR PLAN Revit

Floor Plan Security and privacy is the number one focus of CAPSA. When laying out the floor plan for their new headquarters, it was important to take into consideration the location of each room. CAPSA encourages those visiting the office to feel comfortable so the Research Center and Support Group Center are located in the center of the office. This allows those who come and go to feel part of the space. A closed off reception space and vestibules are used for added security and privacy.

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VOLUNTEER COORDINATOR

JANITOR CLOSET

141 SF

94 SF

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RESTROOM

LEGAL COUNSEL 4

120 SF

154 SF

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CAPSA Headquarters

SPACE PLAN Revit, Photoshop

Space Plan

The space plan of CAPSA’s headquarters needed to remain simple and functional. Only necessary furniture was used to ensure an open and airy space.

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HALLWAY RENDERING Revit, 3D AutoCAD, Photoshop 049


CAPSA Headquarters

Wayfinding To ease navigation throughout the office, wayfinding has been used to assist visitors. Large-scale vinyl numbers have been applied next to each office to help avoid any confusion. Each number is a different shade of green applied to a neutral wallcovering. This color combination uses the research findings of color psychology to help calm and relax those visiting the office.

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SITTING AREA RENDERING Revit, 3D AutoCAD, Photoshop

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CAPSA Headquarters

Sitting Area The sitting area is a neutral space that is comfortable for visitors to wait to be assisted. Because this space is one of the first places to be used by those seeking help, color psychology research was taken into consideration. Greens and blues were used with neutrals to help begin the healing process as soon as someone enters the space.

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CALL CENTER RENDERING Revit, 3D AutoCAD, Photoshop

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CAPSA Headquarters

Call Center The Call Center is a 24-hour support phone line where trained advocates can provide support and resources to those seeking help for themselves or others. This space needs to be functional and secure. There are 20 call stations and a small lounge area beneath the large windows. Because volunteers will be coming and going during all hours, a vestibule is located just off the main entrance for added security.

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Project 6

Durkan Discover Carpet Design

inspiration image property of third party

Migration

Standout: When we think of migration, we think of birds and their constant movement. This constant movement is vital for a bird’s survival. Seasonal migration is behavioral and is necessary for birds to find enough resources such as food and nesting locations. They navigate using the sun and earth’s magnetic field. Birds experience wayfinding similar to humans in interiors. This collection is inspired by the colors, feathers, and movement of birds. Yellows and blues are used to depict the bright feathers in contrast with the sky. Organic shapes and textures

throughout the ballroom and prefunction areas creates constant movement or migration through the two spaces. Migration is a custom hospitality carpet design for the Durkan Discover Competition. The ballroom and pre-function spaces were to be considered separate but cohesive when designing the flooring. Each design works together to create a continuous design as users pass through each space. Migration placed 5th in the 2017 Durkan Discover Competition.

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FLOOR PLAN Photoshop 057


Durkan Carpet Design

BALLROOM DESIGN Photoshop

PRE-FUNCTION DESIGN Photoshop

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Project 7

Tri House

inspiration image property of third party

Vancouver, British Columbia

Inspired by the repetitive and rigid structure of snowflakes, The Tri House is a 1,000 square foot residence located in the mountains of Vancouver, British Columbia. Three corrugated metal columns and reflective glass makes this geometric modern residence a standout against broad mountains and dense trees. Standing at over 60 feet tall, Tri House mimics its surroundings of expansive pine trees and becomes

an element of nature. The exterior of Tri House uses various textures and deep rich colors inspired by the surrounding forest. Spacious walls are the perfect canvas for large-scale art and thoughtful space planning ensured every inch of the residence was used wisely. The main floor of the house contains the public spaces such as the kitchen, dining room, and living room, while the second floor has the bedroom and bathroom.

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EXTERIOR RENDERING Revit, 3D AutoCAD, Photoshop

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Tri House

SOUTH ELEVATION AutoCAD Architecture

WEST ELEVATION AutoCAD Architecture

EAST ELEVATION AutoCAD Architecture

NORTH ELEVATION AutoCAD Architecture Interior Design Portfolio


SCALED MODEL Foam Core

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Tri House

BUILDING SECTION

WALL SECTION

AutoCAD Architecture

AutoCAD Architecture

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KITCHEN RENDERING Revit, 3D AutoCAD, Photoshop

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Tri House

LEVEL ONE FLOOR PLAN AutoCAD Architecture

LEVEL TWO FLOOR PLAN AutoCAD Architecture

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McKinley Emmett 435-757-8450 mckinleyemmett@gmail.com

Interior Design Portfolio - McKinley Emmett  

This portfolio exhibits four years of undergraduate interior design practice.

Interior Design Portfolio - McKinley Emmett  

This portfolio exhibits four years of undergraduate interior design practice.

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