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MH PORTFOLIO MEAGAN A. HALEY

INTERIOR DESIGN


ABOUT ME


DESIGN PHILOSOPHY

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My name is Meagan Haley, and I am a well-rounded, passionate, and dedicated interior design student who is constantly pushing myself out of my comfort zone. I am detail-oriented, and I give one hundred and ten percent effort towards everything I do. I enjoy designing spaces that propose a challenge, and I will not give up until the problem is solved and the clients are satisfied. I believe that design should not only be seen and admired, but it also should have the capability to be experienced by all people. For me, interior design is defined as the way in which one can make a customizable and unique space for the users by providing them with an environment where they can prosper. I design to enhance creativity within the world we live; to create a world where function and beauty collide.

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I aspire to create a powerful design that is more than just aesthetics - a powerful design that shows how we interact in a space. I believe that good design has the power to change lives. I believe that a builder creates a house, and a designer transforms the house into a home.


TABLE OF CONTENTS


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CORPORATE DESIGN

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INSTITUTIONAL DESIGN

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RESIDENTIAL DESIGN

24 LIGHTING DESIGN

28 RETAIL DESIGN


CORPORATE DESIGN

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DESIGNING HEALTHY HEADQUARTERS: RIPPLE FOODS CORPORATE OFFICE CLASS PROJECT SIZE LOCATION PROJECT DURATION SKILLS UTILIZED

Studio III 12,500 Sq. Ft. Chattanooga, TN 10 Weeks Revit, InDesign, Lumion, Photoshop, Research, Space Planning

PROJECT DESCRIPTION The goal of Ripple’s Headquarters in Chattanooga, Tennessee is to provide the employees with a sustainable, functional, and innovative interior to aid the company’s ongoing success. The space is to include private offices, different department open office areas, short term and long term enclaves, and other beneficial spaces for the employees to utilize.

ABOUT RIPPLE FOODS

LOCATION INFORMATION

Ripple Foods is an innovative and creative company that was founded in 2014 by two men, Neil Renninger and Adam Lowry. Ripple uses 100% natural ingredients as well as 100% post-consumer recycled plastics. The company’s mission is to help people live a healthier, happier lifestyle, while helping the Earth too. The company currently employs less than 200 hardworking employees who are all encouraged to contribute their ideas. Since its founding, Ripple has revolutionized from dairy-free milk to dairy-free half-andhalf and yogurts too.

Chattanooga is a conveniently located city along the waterfront of the Tennessee River. The city’s location is unique because it features both mountain terrains and iconic waterways. The city of Chattanooga’s growth is reflected in the evolution of Ripple, a new product that is quickly gaining popularity. This location is a great place for Ripple to grow because of its natural beauty which is reflective of one of Ripple’s core values: preserving the environment.

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CONCEPT

CONCEPT IMAGES

The design of the space will be guided by the concept, “Breaking the Cycle,” which refers to humankind’s negative actions toward the environment. Ripple, among other companies, is breaking free of the outdated business practices that are not considered sustainable activities; therefore, the space will introduce and represent this evolving idea. To counteract the changes that are slowly occurring, the design will be sustainable, transparent, and honest in construction to represent Ripple’s eco-consciousness and desire to make a difference. Employees will feel empowered by being surrounded in the educational story that expresses man-made damage on earth, man’s acknowledgment of it, and man’s attempt to fix it. At the same time, it will serve as a productive environment for Ripple to continue to change the world one glass of pea-milk at a time.

These images depict the negative effects of waste, such as pollution and oil, on the environment. Ripple strives to create recyclable products to decrease the company’s ecological footprint.

ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE Ripple is a Holacratic Organization: all employees are on an even playing field. There is very lose organization within the company, and there is an even distribution among decision making. In addition, each of the departments work together towards a common good and a common goal. This aspect of collaboration can be seen through the arrows within the diagram among the different categories of the company.

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CONCEPT AND COMPANY STRUCTURE


BUBBLE FLOW

BLOCKING

MANAGEMENT & ADMINISTRATION 1260 SQ FT

PLANNING

MANAGEMENT & ADMINISTRATION

COFFEE BAR & LOUNGE

PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT

1260 SQ FT

560 SQ FT

420 SQ FT

IT SERVER 100 SQ FT

FEATURE STAIRS WORK CAFE 900 SQ FT

ADVERTISING & MARKETING 630 SQ FT

10-PERSON CONFERENCE ROOM

ADVERTISING & MARKETING 630 SQ FT

300 SQ FT

6-PERSON CONFERENCE ROOM 280 SQ FT

STACKING These diagrams evaluate the ways in which the different spaces are related to one another. By utilizing different zoning techniques, the office will follow a logical, uniform flow.

DESIGN DEVELOPMENT: DIAGRAMMING

RECEPTION

MEETING SPACES

WORK AREAS

SOCIAL AREAS

ADDITIONAL WORK SPACES

EQUIPMENT

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B. ADVERTISING & MARKETING (8)

K. 6-PERSON CONFERENCE ROOM

C. 2-4 MEETING SPACE (2)

L. PRINT ROOM

D. CHIEF COUNSEL

M. STORAGE

E. LEGAL & REGULATORY (8)

N. SHORT-TERM ENCLAVE

F. LEGAL & REGULATORY + ADVERTISING & MARKETING HOTELING (4)

O. LONG-TERM ENCLAVE

G. ACCOUNTING (8)

Q. SALES + ACCOUNTING HOTELING (4)

H. 2-4 MEETING SPACE

R. CUSTOM STORAGE

P. SALES (8)

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M. HUMAN RESOURCES

C. 2-4 MEETING SPACE

N. SHORT-TERM ENCLAVE

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O. LONG-TERM ENCLAVE

E. PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT (12)

P. STAFF TRAINING

F. 2-4 MEETING SPACE

Q. RECEPTION

G. COFFEE BAR & LOUNGE

R. BIKE STORAGE/LOCKERS

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RENDERED FLOOR PLANS


“LAKE SUPERIOR” EXECUTIVE OFFICES - CEO & HUMAN RESOURCES Lake Superior includes the CEO Office and Human Resources. Between the offices is a conference room for the two spaces to share. It serves as a central meeting space located towards the front of the headquarters.

UPHOLSTERY FABRIC

COUNTERTOP

COFFEE BAR & LOUNGE “LAGOON” The “Lagoon” includes a break space for the employees to grab a cup of coffee or snack, collaborate, or lounge. It includes vending machines, storage, and a pin-up board to displays weekly announcements.

RENDERED ELEVATIONS

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LIGHTING MODEL This model was used to explore the lighting features within the reception of the office. It includes a lit water feature, accent upward lighting to accentuate the wall design, and custom lighting details on the desk.

WORK SURFACE

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PANEL FABRIC

STORAGE FINISH

UPHOLSTERY FABRIC

WORKSTATION CLUSTER / Lighting model


THE “INLET” RECEPTION

THE “ATLANTIC” OPEN OFFICE

The “Inlet” serves as the primary entrance into the space. It includes cool, crisp colors which reflect the company’s branding and logo, which is highlighted on the reception desk. The water wall behind the desk and the feature wall to the left create a sense of movement which reflects water’s natural fluidity.

The “Atlantic” open office is located on the East side of the space. It includes a neutral color palette and emphasizes natural elements and materials. The space includes a way-finding wall which makes navigating the office easier and more efficient.

THE “DELTA” FEATURE STAIRS

THE “PACIFIC” OPEN OFFICE

The “Delta” includes the primary path to navigate from one level to the other. It incorporates a multi-story water feature which emphasizes volume. The specified materials were chosen to create a light and airy illusion. In addition, the transparency allows the stairs to be viewed from all angles within the open office.

The “Pacific” open office, which is located on the West side of the space, includes the CFO Office and the Accounting and Sales departments. The space is accompanied by daylight and includes a custom branding wall which evokes a sense of activity in the area.

RENDERED PERSPECTIVES

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INSTITUTIONAL DESIGN

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RE-imagining STROZIER LIBRARY SPACES: RIDING INTO THE FUTURE Studio II

CLASS

8,000 Sq. Ft.

PROJECT SIZE

Tallahassee, FL

LOCATION

4 Weeks

PROJECT DURATION

SketchUp, Hand Rendering, AutoCAD, InDesign, Research, Photoshop, Space Planning

SKILLS UTILIZED

This project encompasses designing two spaces within the Strozier Library located at Florida State University. It was designed in collaboration with two other designers, Marra Lopes and Samantha Kennedy. The goal of the design is to create innovative solutions to help the users of the space reach their goals the two areas: the Classroom Lounge and the Library of the Future. THEwithin “SPOKE�N WORD User Needs

Demographics

Facilities Used Study Rooms

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Singular Pods

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How often do you attend? never once a month once a week everyday

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RESEARCH RECAP

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INDIVIDUAL STUDY

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Before beginning the design process, research was conducted to provide useful information and provide design solutions to the current problems within the space. This was done in a variety of ways. First, 100 random students were provided with a questionnaire regarding how many hours they spend at the library per visit, their academic level, and the features they utilize while studying. Next, the design team observed three main areas of the library and recorded the ambient conditions and user needs. Lastly, the design team met with Strozier employees and toured the space while taking note of areas of improvement.

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PROJECT DESCRIPTION

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ORIGINAL RESEARCH

USER NEEDS To meet the needs of the students who utilize the library, the following design considerations were made: access to a balance of natural and artificial lighting, spaces with furniture that support both individual work as well as group work, and additional acoustical properties.

CONCEPT The Library of the Future and the Classroom Lounge is inspired by a bicycle because it is a sustainable vehicle that provides a sense of direction and movement which are only possible if the path can be conquered. Modular furniture will emphasize collaboration and group work throughout the space, referring to the parts of a bicycle that work together to create one force. There will also be environmentally friendly materials throughout the space such as recycled furniture, natural wood materials, and non-toxic products which relate to bikes being an ecofriendly form of transportation. The space will include pastel shades of fundamental colors which reflect the fundamental elements of a bike. Just as a bike assists one to arrive at a location, these spaces will provide the students with the tools they need to complete their journey to their degree. 15


TO LOBBY

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GROUP STUDY SPACE

THE FUTURE OF THE “SPOKE”N WORD

KEY: A. INDOOR PLANTS TO HELP WITH AIR FILTRATION

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TECHNOLOGY CENTER

This space includes proposed designs for ways in which academic libraries will be utilized five years from the current date. The design includes eliminating the bookshelves and implementing innovative technology equipment. This space also includes group and individual study spaces as well as a computer lounge with desks and desktops along with a reception desk for technology check-outs. The overall environment is welcoming and encourages the students to work hard by aiding them with the tools they need to reach their academic potential.

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LEARNING HUB AND LOUNGE

KEY:

The Classroom Lounge, named the Learning Hub and Lounge, includes a lounge area with seating arrangements that support both group and individual study areas. This space includes a variety of furnishings such as: side desks, alcoves, and canopy booth seating. In order to help improve acoustics within the space, a wool and silk wall mural was implemented along the wall. In addition, the implementation of felt partitions helps provide privacy between the study areas, and assists in providing other acoustical elements such as the carpet floors and other materials throughout the design.

A. GROUP BOOTH SEATING WITH CANOPY TOP B. INDIVIDUAL LOUNGE STUDY CHAIRS

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Adjacent to the Classroom Lounge is a fully functional classroom which seats up to 100 students. It includes retractable desks positioned in a circular arrangement facing towards the central lecture area. There are also drop-down presentation boards in the center for efficiency.

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TO HALLWAY, EMERGENCY STAIRS, ANNEX

TO HALLWAY, EMERGENCY STAIRS, ANNEX

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RESIDENTIAL DESIGN

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forever homes: creating communities for an aging population CLASS PROJECT SIZE LOCATION PROJECT DURATION SKILLS UTILIZED

Studio II 1,500 Sq. Ft. (Per Residence) Boston, MA & Charleston, SC 8 Weeks SketchUp, Hand Rendering, AutoCAD, InDesign, Space Planning, Photoshop, Research

CONCEPT STATEMENT The concept for residences is the Angel Oak Tree; it is the oldest documented tree located East of the Rockies. By incorporating natural and organic features of the Angel Oak tree, the space will be comfortable, calming, inviting, and sustainable by serving as grounding environments for the family to gather.

PROJECT DESCRIPTION The goal of the design is to create two co-housing residences for the clients to make their forever homes. The project’s challenge is to mimic the same open floor plan among the two residences; however, the furniture and finishes within the interior should reflect the vernacular of the city in which it is located. The spaces are to abide by ADA guidelines and support the client’s yearn for a casual yet luxurious aesthetic that would accommodate their lifestyles and their guests.

COVERED PATIO

MASTER BATHROOM

DINING ROOM

KITCHEN

MASTER CLOSET

HVAC LAUNDRY ROOM LINEN CLOSET

REAR ENTRY

MASTER BEDROOM

LIVING ROOM

GUEST BATHROOM FRONT ENTRY

PUBLIC SPACE

BOSTON, MA

CHARLESTON, SC

GUEST BEDROOM

PORCH

PRIVATE SPACE COMBINATION

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CHARLESTON, SC FACADE The Charleston facade includes asphalt shingles, rectangular wood composite siding, and stained wood accents. These materials will be long lasting, and they are sustainable. The exterior is accentuated with palm trees and long leaf plants which are examples of local foliage.

BOSTON, MA FACADE The Boston facade includes stacked shingles, vertical wood composite siding, window shutters, and stacked brick; these materials were selected because of their durability. The arbor vitae shrubs and bushes were selected for landscaping because they are local species.

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exterior facades


CHARLESTON, SC MATERIALS The palette includes warm, neutral materials with natural wood accents and organic motifs, bringing the outdoors into the home.

FLOOR PLAN

BOSTON, MA MATERIALS

The floor plan for both residences is reflected among the plans for ease of accessibility; however, the materials and finishes selected for each plan will be unique to the location in which it is located. Charleston’s color palette will be warm and include natural finishes whereas Boston’s palette will be coastal with cool and crisp colors and finishes.

The palette includes cool blues and soft materials with coastal accents, tying in the features of the nearby bay.

FLOOR PLAN AND INTERIOR FINISHES

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TABLE LAMP

ACCENT FABRIC

ACCENT TABLE

CHARLESTON, SC LIVING ROOM The living room includes a warm, natural palette with flower motifs. The space includes a straight ceiling, emphasized with wood beams. The ceiling feature is emphasized through the implementation of hardwood flooring throughout. The double-sided fireplace is finished with wood planks, and serves as a focal point from all angles within the space.

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CHARLESTON INTERIOR PERSPECTIVE


TABLE LAMP

ACCENT FABRIC

BOSTON, MA LIVING ROOM

ACCENT TABLE

The living room includes a double-sided fireplace made up of rustic brick, tying the exterior of the home to the interior. It includes a pitched roof with tall ceilings and light grey wood floors. The wainscoting on the living room wall emphasizes the traditional features of the home and can be seen in the molding and baseboards throughout.

BOSTON INTERIOR PERSPECTIVE

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LIGHTING DESIGN *BUILT PROTOTYPE WAS SELECTED FOR DISPLAY AT THE 2019 DALLAS MARKET SHOW

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INFINITE EIGHT: CUSTOM LIGHTING DESIGN and development CLASS PROJECT DURATION SKILLS UTILIZED

Lighting Fundamentals

CONCEPT STATEMENT The design of Infinite Eight is inspired by the concept of rebirth, one of the hidden symbols of the number eight. The concept of rebirth will be implemented in the design of the luminaire by including one continuous form which expresses infinite life. The change in depth, which can be found in the center of the fixture, represents overcoming life’s obstacles and continuing on the path of life. It includes one sleek form with simple lines and a contemporary finish which will serve as a statement piece.

5 Weeks Sketching, Revit, Lumion, Photoshop, Hand Craft & Welding, Product Development, Critical Thinking

PHASE 1

Preliminary sketch

PHASE 2

Sketch refinement & preliminary design development

PHASE 3

Computer model development

PROJECT DESCRIPTION The project’s goal was to create a custom light fixture to be used in a residential dining room. The project was done in collaboration with Golden Lighting. Before developing the Infinte Eight, seven other light fixtures were sketched and explored. This project tested the overall understanding of product development from the preliminary phases through production.

OPAL GLASS

PEWTER FINISH

MATERIAL SELECTIONS The materials selected for the light fixture were opal glass and a pewter finish to disguise the unfinished steel. These materials are often used by Golden Lighting, making the production of the light fixture more obtainable. The opal glass will also serve as a diffuser, diminishing glare.

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2' - 8 1/2"

0' - 2"

OVAL STEEL CANOPY WITH PEWTER FINISH

1 1/16" DIAMETER STEEL WITH PEWTER FINISH TO CONCEAL CABLES

1 1/16" DIAMETER STEEL WITH PEWTER FINISH TO CONCEAL CABLES

1" CONTINUOUS STEEL BRACKET TO HOUSE 1/2" LED STRIP

1" CONTINUOUS STEEL BRACKET TO HOUSE 1/2" LED STRIP

TRANSFER IN DIRECTION OF LED STRIP

TRANSFER IN DIRECTION OF LED STRIP

0' - 10 1/2" 0' - 1"

FROSTED GLASS DIFFUSER FROSTED GLASS DIFFUSER APPLIED ON OUTSIDE OF STEEL APPLIED ON OUTSIDE OF STEEL TO ALLOW FOR ILLUMINATION TO ALLOW FOR ILLUMINATION WITHOUT CAUSING GLARE WITHOUT CAUSING GLARE

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STEEL WITH PEWTER FINISH

5' - 0"

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STEEL WITH PEWTER FINISH

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PLANE CHANGE TO INTRODUCE OVERLAP, CREATING DEPTH & EMPHASIZING FORM

0' - 1"

PLANE CHANGE TO INTRODUCE OVERLAP, CREATING DEPTH & EMPHASIZING FORM

5' - 0"

INTERSECTION OF STEEL TUBE AND STEEL FRAMING

1' - 2"

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INTERSECTION OF STEEL TUBE AND STEEL FRAMING

0' - 10 1/2" OVAL STEEL CANOPY WITH PEWTER FINISH

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FIXTURE SECTIONS

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with the necessary dimensions and details to develop the piece. It also addresses common issues with lighting design such as glare, disguising the junction box, and the placement of the light within the structure.

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BUILTA101 PROTOTYPE

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After the design phases were completed, the light fixture was modeled and developed using aluminum, frosted plastic, and other materials to create a mock model.

SECTION AND MODEL


INTERIOR RENDERING The concept is enforced in the design of the fixture by including curvilinear lines which create three dimensional forms. Because the fixture is linear in form, it can be used to create a focal point on its own, or it has the ability to create a unique statement when paired with more than one pendant in the desired space. The dimmable LED strip within the metal channel provides an ample amount of light and will offer a beautiful transformation within any contemporary dining room.

INTERIOR RENDERING

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RETAIL DESIGN *VOTED COMMUNITY CHOICE AWARD FOR BEST DESIGN TO FULFILL THE NEEDS OF THE TALLAHASSEE COMMUNITY

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LOCAL HARVEST MARKETPLACE: A SOURCE OF HOLISTIC PRODUCTS FOR A LOCALLY BARE COMMUNITY CLASS PROJECT SIZE LOCATION PROJECT DURATION SKILLS UTILIZED

Studio IV 52,000 Sq. Ft. Tallahassee, FL 4 Weeks

CONCEPT STATEMENT Locally bare: lacking access to locally sourced materials Tallahassee lacks a space where residents can come and explore holistic materials that are locally sourced; therefore, it is locally bare. Local Harvest Marketplace is a solution to this sparse local environment by providing a place for neighborhood vendors to come and sell their goods and services. In order to embody the concept of locally bare within the market, the materials and architectural features will be honest in construction, leading to an industrial aesthetic which is commonly found in the city of Tallahassee. The space will strategically include unique zoning to promote fluidity throughout the interior. Through the use of proper wayfinding, a natural color palette, and opportunities for community involvement, the space will promote human wellness and provide the users with a sense of belonging. Integration of natural light and biophilia, as well as strategic material selection will give the space a more organic feeling, thus tying back to the home-grown products in the space. In short, Local Harvest will serve as an all-encompassing environment for residents to utilize while promoting community wellness.

Revit, Lumion, Photoshop, InDesign, Microsoft Word, Research, Space Planning

PROJECT DESCRIPTION This project includes exploring solutions within the local community and making use of a pre-existing commercial building. It is important to the design team to provide a space that solves a local problem and provides the residents with a space that they will utilize. Therefore, the design team, which included fellow designers Marra Lopes and Samantha Kennedy, conducted research and distributed surveys. Based on the results, the designers recognized that Tallahassee lacks a place to buy locally grown products, produce, and spaces that promote human wellness; thus, Local Harvest Marketplace began. It is to serve as a space that provides a farmer’s market, retail shops to support local small-scale businesses, an art studio, ten local food vendors, a fitness space, and an adult lounge which includes a cocktail bar, beer garden, wine lounge, and activity area. The space will serve as a community gathering area and will promote community involvement.

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COLOR PALETTE Color, as scientific evidence has shown, has psychological connections, especially in retail design. Therefore, the color palette was thoughtfully selected by analyzing its saturation and its value when designing the space. The overall color palette will be well-balanced with varying shades and saturation levels. Brighter shades of blue and orange will be complimented by warm organic neutral browns and greens providing a more wellrounded design. Vibrant blues and oranges will attract younger shoppers and provide an atmosphere that is uplifting giving shoppers a “feel good� experience, while more muted shades of green promote leisure and relaxation. Lastly, neutral brown will accent the space bringing in feelings of warmth and wholesomeness, lending an organic aesthetic.

BUBBLE FLOW These diagrams explore the adjacency of spaces and the priority of their relationships. It introduces a loose general layouts of rooms which will aid in space plan development within the following stages. It also begins to display the scale of a space in relation to others, and it recognizes the primary and secondary pathways among each individual floor and both floors together. KEY: Entertainment

Major pathway

Building Offices

Minor pathway

Common Areas

Relationship between levels

Food Vendors

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DESIGN DEVELOPMENT: DIAGRAMMING / color palette


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FLOOR PLAN

EXTERIOR PERSPECTIVE

The overall space plan includes a variety of spaces, reflecting the survey results. Near the entrance of the space is the farmer’s market which allows customers to easily purchase fresh produce. In the center are twelve food vendors and a Picnic Hall for dining and relaxing. Along the perimeter of the building are the retail spaces including boutiques and small shops for local businesses. In the back are the staff spaces, and upstairs is the adult activity center and lounge

The exterior façade reflects the concept of locally bare by being honest in construction. The curtain wall entrance allows natural light to fill the space providing a more lively environment. The pitched roof also mimics that of a barn, similar to where the local products can be found.

RENDERED FLOOR PLAN AND EXTERIOR PERSPECTIVE

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PLANT NURSERY The Plant Nursery, a retail space located towards the back of the space, offers customers the opportunity to purchase locally grown plants, orchids, and flowers so that they can bring the positive elements of nature into their own homes. This aspect of biophilia will promote human wellness and offers a sense of tranquility.

VENDOR

BOUTIQUE

Each vendor space was kept simple to showcase the cuisine being sold by local restaurants. A natural wood canopy, black painted base, and monochrome tiles give the space an industrial feeling, keeping with the heritage of Tallahassee.

Each retail space is designed to meet the specific needs of the retail vendor through appropriate displays and circulation. This clothing store includes a branding wall to draw customers into the store and highlight the brand. Similar branding opportunities can be found in each of the retail spaces.

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ELEVATIONS


THE FARMERS MARKET

MARKET HALL

The open Farmers Market provides local residents with the option to purchase locally grown produce. It includes dry goods on the exterior gondolas and refrigerated products in the central area. There are five checkout stations to allow for efficiency and circulation.

The Market Hall is centrally located in the building and features market vendors and restaurants from local businesses. Guests have the option to select from twelve different vendors and enjoy their authentic food selections.

HEALTH AND WELLNESS STUDIO

WINE TASTING LOUNGE

The Wellness Studio offers an oasis of peace and relaxation. Here guests can attend a variety of fitness classes such as yoga, meditation, spin, and circuit training. Natural light floods the studio, creating a soothing and inviting atmosphere and provides guests with the energy needed to get in shape.

The Wine Tasting Lounge is a relaxing space which includes a tasting bar and a cozy lounge area. Guests can unwind as they enjoy their glass of wine and the company of others. This space also includes a door so it can be closed off for private events.

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RDI COMPETITION *THIS PROJECT WON FIRST PLACE IN THE RETAIL DESIGN INSTITUTE 2019 COMPETITION

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RETAIL DESIGN INSTITUTE COMPETITION: EVOLVE COSMETICS CLASS PROJECT SIZE PROJECT DURATION SKILLS UTILIZED

Studio III 1,200 Sq. Ft. 4 Weeks Revit, Lumion, Photoshop, InDesign, Hand Rendering, Product Development, Custom Branding

CONCEPT STATEMENT EVOLVE Cosmetics, located within the Good Goods grocery store, reflects the mission of the store in which it is located: promoting wellness among its customers through its high-quality products. To reflect the growth of its consumers, EVOLVE Cosmetics will be inspired by the concept of evolution. This concept will be implemented within the space by providing an uplifting environment that caters to all female age groups, ranging from young girls to seniors. The design will reflect the concept of evolution by including distinct collections for each age group: »» Emerging Girls »» Electrifying Teens

»» Empowering Women »» Endearing Seniors

The space seeks to empower women by embracing feminine qualities, and the four divisions within the department will accommodate the needs of the distinct demographics while creating an overall sense of community. EVOLVE Cosmetics will serve as a stimulating and innovative environment for users to stop and shop or stay a while to explore the variety of beauty and wellness products that the department has to offer.

PROJECT DESCRIPTION This project was designed to be submitted to the RDI 2019 Competition. It includes designing a high-end cosmetics section to go within a high-end grocery store. The design includes custom gondolas, custom displays, interactive technology systems and cosmetic products. The goal of the design is to appeal women of all ages and to help them look and feel their best.

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SENIORS WOMEN

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The overall layout of the space has been strategically planned and developed to enable customers to both browse and select products. Departments cater to distinct age groups since not all women will directly fit into one category. The department closest in age is directly across from it. In addition, the best selling and recent products as well as sale items are found centrally located within the space and on the end-caps.

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Studies suggest that way-finding within the store is vital to a successful design; therefore, the entrance will include a large and welcoming sign to garner attention and help customers find the space.

BEST SELLERS

BEST SELLERS JUST-IN

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PRIMARY PATHWAY PRIMARY ENTRANCE SPECIAL FEATURES DEPARTMENTS FOCAL POINTS

The space will be inviting and intriguing. It will be an elegant yet comfortable atmosphere that will encourage all women to feel beautiful and empowered.

DESIGN DEVELOPMENT: DIAGRAMMING / PROCESS SKETCHES


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JUST IN: Custom end caps displaying the most recent inventory

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INTERACTIVE GONDOLA: Include custom storage and Evolve’s “Evolutionize” technology systems which inform customers through interactive screens

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GONDOLA WITH TRASH RECEPTACLE: Encourage product testing and includes a custom built-in trash receptacle for customers to dispose of their trash and testers

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EMPOWERING WOMEN: Gondolas that include products specifically for middleaged women

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EMERGING GIRLS: Gondolas that include products specifically for young girls

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STORE GONDOLAS: Standard Good Goods store gondolas for dry grocery products

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VANITY: The double sided vanity serves as a place for the customers to apply and test products; it includes a built-in LED light to make application and color rendering more accurate for the consumers

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SALE RACK: Custom gondola that mimics the shape of the “just in” gondolas. It includes the items that are on sale, and it is located in the back of Evolve Cosmetics. Its location in the rear prompts customers to pass the non-sale items first

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DISPLAY TABLES: Custom tables display the most popular cosmetic items. These fixtures include a hierarchical system which places the best-selling collections on the pedestal in the middle.

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FLOOR PLAN

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ENTRY ELEVATION Evolve Cosmetic’s primary entrance includes an eye-catching suspended sign which will draw attention to the department. This feature will also make way-finding within the grocery store easier. When customers first approach the space, they will be greeted by the most recent and high margin inventory, located on the front end-caps. These products are visible and convenient to those in a rush. For those who wish to stay and explore, they can then browse the display tables which include the most popular items. This will make finding the trending, hot items effortless. Finally, each customer can then choose to move towards the section that best suits her demographic.

ENTRANCE

INTERIOR

To the left are the “Emerging Girls” and “Empowering Women” departments and to the right are the “Electrifying Teens” and “Endearing Seniors” departments. The catering to the demographics who are most likely to make the most purchases will be located at the front of the space, closest to the cash wraps. This will allow for easier grab and go shopping experiences.

The space is easily accessible with pathways large enough for shopping carts, strollers, or wheelchairs. The space is divided by the double sided vanity and display tables. These features are highlighted by a unique flooring change and ceiling detail located in the middle of the space which provides horizontal movement, guiding the consumers from one end to the other.

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ELEVATIONS / RENDERED PERSPECTIVES


EMPOWERING WOMEN AND EMERGING GIRLS’ DEPARTMENTS The design includes four separate sections for each demographic. To aid in way-finding, each area is marked by a marquee and are organized in categories such as makeup, hair products, skin care, nails, etc. This makes navigating the space easier and more accessible.

CUSTOM BRANDING EVOLVE Cosmetics includes a variety of cosmetic lines that can be found nationwide. However, what makes it unique is that its home to a line only available within Good Goods stores. EVOLVE Cosmetics is its own cosmetic line which focuses on providing customers with natural skin, hair, nail, and makeup products to allow women of all ages to look and feel their best. All of the products are organic and free of dairy, soy, gluten, BHA, and artificial fragrances. EVOLVE Cosmetics takes pride in its mission and strives to continue to make a difference in individual’s lives while also helping the environment.

The built-in drawers, which are a part of every gondola, include organized backstock for employees to easily access and restock shelves or retrieve a desired product.

branding / elevations

VANITY

The custom double sided vanity allows users to test different products. The mirror is lit with a built-in LED light which makes application easier. The vanity is at counter height which gives users the option to sit in the provided stool or stand.

EVOLUTIONIZE SYSTEM== The interactive gondolas, known as “Evolutionize Systems,” are located in each department and include built-in technology screens and interactive touch pads. It gives customers the opportunity to browse collections, order products on the online website, or take a quiz to find out what products would best suit the customers needs and skin type.

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RESUME


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MEAGAN A. HALEY Phone: 954.798.2772 E-mail: meaganahaley@gmail.com

SKILLS • Revit 2019 • InDesign • Photoshop • SketchUp

Permanent Address: 2811 N.E. 52ND Court Lighthouse Point, FL 33064

https://mah15w.wixsite.com/meaganhaley @meaganhaleydesigns @meaganhaley @meaganhaley

OBJECTIVE • Illustrator • Graphics • FF&E Selections • Lumion 8.0 & 9.0

• AUTOCAD 2019 • Hand Drafting • Hand Rendering

To seek a paid position with an architecture or interior design firm that specializes in high-end residential design; an ambitious environment where I can showcase my creative design solutions.

INVOLVEMENT

EDUCATION

Member of Interior Design Student Organization | Fall 2016 to Present

FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY Bachelor of Science in Interior Design | Summer 2016 to Present

Student member of ASID | Fall 2017 to Present Member of Kappa Delta Sorority | Fall 2016 to Present Member of Catholic Student Union | Fall 2016 to Present

AWARDS PRESIDENT’S LIST Achieved a 4.0 GPA | Fall 2016, Fall 2017, Spring 2018, Fall 2018, Spring 2019 DEPARTMENT OF INTERIOR ARCHITECTURE + DESIGN Undergraduate Leadership Award Recipient | Spring 2019 CIDA Accreditation | Select works chosen for CIDA Accreditation FSU COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS Overall Undergraduate Leadership Award Nominee | Spring 2019

• Expected Graduation Date: May 2020 • Department of Interior Architecture + Design (CIDA Accredited) • GPA: 3.99

CARDINAL GIBBONS HIGH SCHOOL Summer 2012 to Spring 2016 • Graduated Top 10% (Rank: 32) • Dual Enrollment at St. Thomas University • GPA: 4.5

EXPERIENCE INTERNSHIP | ASHLEY CORTESE DESIGNS August 2019 to Present | FF&E selections, office work assistance, attended site visits, observed client meetings, hand drafted custom furniture pieces, interior renderings by hand INTERNSHIP | GRAND INTERNATIONAL INTERIORS, INC. May 2018 to August 2018, Winter 2018, May 2019 to August 2019 | FF&E selections, office work assistance, attended site visits, observed client meetings, hand drafted custom furniture pieces, space planning; worked with own clients under guidance of boss (2019)

RETAIL DESIGN INSTITUTE Student Competition Winner (1st Place) | 2019

INTERNSHIP | LIGHTHOUSE INTERIORS, INC. May 2017 to July 2017 | FF&E selections, office work assistance, attended site visits, observed client meetings, hand drafted custom furniture pieces

SERVICE

LEADERSHIP

450+ HIGH SCHOOL HOURS 80+ FSU APPROVED HOURS • Dance Marathon | Spring 2017 • Children’s Home Society | Fall 2016 to Present • Artwalk | Spring 2018 & 2019 • Local Philanthropies & Fundraisers | Fall 2016 to Present

INTERIOR DESIGN STUDENT ORGANIZATION President | Fall 2019 to Spring 2020 Vice President | Fall 2018 to Spring 2019 ASID STUDENT CHAPTER President | Fall 2019 to Spring 2020 Vice President | Fall 2018 to Spring 2019

KAPPA DELTA SORORITY • Historian | Spring 2018 to Present • Chaplain | Spring 2018 to Fall 2018 • Parliamentarian | Spring 2017 to Fall 2017 • SET Leader | Fall 2017 to Spring 2018


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