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MEGAN KENDRICK DESIGNS

Texas Christian University Bachelor of Science in Interior Design John V. Roach Honors College


MEGAN KENDRICK

https://www.linkedin.com/in/megan-kendrick-005a26126 http://megkendrick94.wixsite.com/designs m.kendrick@tcu.edu (405)664-9552

EDUCATION

Texas Christian University, Cumulative GPA 3.915 Bachelor of Science in Interior Design John V. Roach Honors College

EXPERIENCE

Bennett Benner Partners Architecture, Lead Intern Created construction documents, designed own millwork details and elevations, created finish packages for clients, space planned utilizing Revit and AutoCad, coordinated with clients and sales representatives, and attended weekly CEU presentations. A Darling Idea Interiors, Residential Interiors Intern Assisted in material selections, technical drawings, and client coordination while remodeling high end homes in the Oklahoma City Area.

Expected Graduation May 2017

Jan. 2015 to Present

Summer of 2014

SKILLS

Adobe Creative Suite: InDesign, Photoshop, Illustrator AutoCAD, Revit, Sketch-up, Kerkythea Microsoft Office Hand Rendering

AWARDS

Deans List Fall 2013 to Present Founders Scholarship Fall 2013 to Present International Study Award Spring 2016 Art in The Square Florence Art Show Spring 2016


INVOLVEMENT

Kappa Alpha Theta, Sponsorship Director Fall 2013 to Present Led the collection of all sponsors for Court Appointed Special Advocates annual 5K run, spreading awareness to businesses in Fort Worth and raising over $60,000 in funds. TCU Frog Camp, Facilitator Summer 2014 to 2016 Mentored incoming freshman assisting their adjustment to TCU. TCU Interior Design Association, Philanthropy Director Fall 2013 to Present Planned events, managed donations, and aided the organization of the Zero Land Fill project International Interior Design Association, Member Fall 2016 to Present Involved in Fort Worth community networking and education events. Phi Upsilon Omicron Honors Fraternity, Member Spring 2015 to Present Exercised a high skill level within Interior Design, and attend monthly Interior Design information lectures. Alpha Delta Lambda, Member Fall 2013 Awarded with a high grade point for first semester..

COMMUNITY SERVICE

The Net, Mentor Fall 2015 Counselor for refugee children in the Fort Worth community. TCU LEAPS, Liaison Fall 2013 to Fall 2014 Led a group of volunteers serving the community of Fort Worth.

*REFERENCES UPON REQUEST


Front Porch Community Center: Healthcare Studio

Spring forward: Retail Studio

Santorini Villa: Residential Studio

Tiffany & Co: Conceptual Studio

Nouvo Mercato: Conceptual Studio

Hand Renderings: Illustration Studio

Heritage Center and Fisher House: Construction Document Examples

TABLE OF CONTENTS


GATHER TOGETHER.

Everyone is welcome: for engagement, conversation, community, or reflection. If it is at the local cafe, your grandma’s living room, the neighborhood bookstore, the city park, or your own front porch, the Diagnostic Community Center is centered around the people. This is a place people can come together for support and vulnerability, a space where you can be honest with how you are feeling and be seen as more than any exam result and diagnosis. This is not a center limited on purely medical procedures; rather, it is a structure designed for holistic aid. By placing a diverse arrangement of options of seating together or apart, the Community Center promotes the power of choice. A comfortable and relaxed design creates spaces for engagement, education, work space, and counseling for you to leave empowered and supported.

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FLOOR PLAN

Administration Patient Public


ENTRANCE; THE FRONT PORCH Once entering the center, one is immediately met with comfort. Coffee is available to the patient and their family upon arrival. The reception, or front porch gathering space, has exterior materials and a porch swing. Light purple creates a peaceful surrounding, relieving tension.

RECEPTION


CAFE AND SELF CHECK-IN Ipads can be used to ask questions, check your online portal, and share your story. An interactive cafe engages the community and creates a space that is familair for a pleasant distraction. A large dining table can serve for people wanting to gather. Industrial and rustic material enhance the authenticity of the center. Universal design is enacted in all areas including counter heights and a minimum of 3’-0� accessible circulation.

PUBLIC WAITING


SANCTUARY A large piece of the Front Porch Community Center is the Counseling center, located along the floor to ceiling windows. Designed as a sanctuary, a gatheirng place for many, the design is focused on serenity and peace. A folding wall seperates the counseling area form the reception and waiting, although can be folded to create a large meeting space. This could be used for support groups or educational events.

COUNSELING CENTER


LIBRARY Once entering the patient area, one is taken to the private sub-waiting room. This library gathering space serves to promote choice; independent or communal. Acoustical wooden panels sepreate each individual pod. A library bookshelf allows patients to relax and seek health education.

PATIENT WAITING


PATIENT WAITING


Spring Forward

Spring Forward

Spring Forward Retail instantly pulls the custumer away from their stressful and busy lives and lets them relax in a tranquil space designed to appeal to women seeking everyday healthy living. Immediately upon entering the store, one meets a large water wall, setting the tone for the shopper’s experience. A large wooden paneled fixture lining the ceiling and wall pulls the customer to the right, revealing Spring Forward’s newest arrivals. Merchandise is intentionally spaced in the store to avoid overpowering the customer, and instead creates a comfortable and pristine environment. The bright colors of the apparel and accessories highly contrast with the natural tones of the store, drawing the customer’s eyes to Spring Forwards collections.

*NOT TO SCALE DISPLAY FITTING AREA POINT OF SALE BACK OF HOUSE


Spring Forward

Lighting utilized in retail settings defines spaces, guides the custumer, and accents certain merchandise and displays. Pinpoint accent lighting is used throughout the space to guide the custumer to certain displays. Daylight infiltrates the main showroom, connecting the interior and exterior and promoting natural light. All lighting is LED to emphasize sustainability.

Spring Forward *NOT TO SCALE


Spring Forward Lounge and Fitting Room SketchUp and Kerkeythia

Spring Forward


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The Santorini condo, located in Oia, Santorini, overlooks the clear blue waters of the Mediterranean Sea. The interior of the condo is laid out in a shell form, in which organic curves and fixtures define the space. Upon entering the condo, you are welcomed into a large dining room for guests to feel welcome. The interactive kitchen is centrally placed in the condo for easy access and functionality. The rounded bar in the kitchen is balanced by a circular niche in the private sector of the villa. This private atrium serves as a relaxing retreat for the villa’s residents. By incorporating traditional Grecian materials and colors, the condo enhances the local culture and decreases the divide between exterior and interior spaces.

SANTORINI VILLA

Residential Studio


SANTORINI VILLA Residential Studio


Window Display Design; Florence, Italy

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Tiffany & Co represents the highest level of elegance and class, and has been highly valued throughout the 130 years of business. During my time living in Florence, Italy, I redesigned their window and interior display to showcase Tiffany & Co’s prolonged success. With the use of the Greek ionic order, the Roman tuscan order, and the modern concrete column, the timeless tiffany engagement ring is exhibited as a classic product thoughout history.

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3D Renderings; AutoCAD 3D and Adobe Photoshop.

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WINDOW DISPLAY


The purpose of the Nuovo Mercato is to create a pop-up structure that is portable, collaborative, and adaptable to many functions. The structure is similar to a flower in shape and movement, and can open eight different ways depending on the purpose. The structure is reminiscent of a Florence market booth, made with white cloth and steel rods. Within the structure, the work areas are interactive and tables can shift to accommodate different tasks.

NUOVO MERCATO Pop-up Design


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Based on the power of choice, this pop- up structure can be adapted to the function needed; cafe space or lecture area. Tables are moveable on castors and able to attach and fold depending on the number of poeple attending.

NUOVO MERCATO Pop-up Design


HAND RENDERINGS


HAND RENDERINGS


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THE DICHOTOMY.

A heritage center’s purpose is to encourage collaboration of people from different cultures and backgrounds, fostering inclusiveness, empathy, and service. I began my design process by contrasting two very conflicting mindsets; the coldness and ridgedness of math and the warmth and vibrancy of art. Mixed together in a harmonious layout of a golden sectioned flower, the center illustrates the beauty of our worlds differences. In the center of the structure lays a large and small lounge area to foster engagement. A cafe, interactive kitchen, art studio, multipurpose room, and two conference rooms stem from the center of the space. By the end of the project I created a full set of construction documents including an RCP, millwork details, elevations, sections, and the schedule for all chosen fixtures, furniture, and equipment.

TCU HERITAGE CENTER Construction Documents


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TCU HERITAGE CENTER Construction Documents


FISHER RESIDENCE Starting from a blank Revit file, I was tasked to recreate Louis Kahn’s Fisher House in a two week time limit using our skills from our Revit studio. By the end of the project, we had a complete set of construction documents and a few Revit 3D digital renderings.

REVIT STUDIO

Construction Document Set


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