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My first and foremost concern is the client. Every decision is made with him or her in mind to deliver to them, not only an aesthetically pleasing space, but a space or home they feel comfortable in and wish to return to again and again. I am determined to meet clients’ needs and wishes by creative and efficient problem solving, researching old and new products,fine tuning details, and thinking outside the box while keeping the environment in mind.

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C R E AT I V E Use this QR code and link below to view my linkedin.com profile for a full resume, links to projects, and activities... linkedin.com/in/megbuchmann


CONTENTS

Each type of work is coded by the color square under each heading. The name of the projects in that cateogry are listed below. Some projects are from classes and are hypothetical, while some were real designs, and some contract work. Some projects from classes are from myfirst few years and show growth and demonstrate a skill set.

RESIDENTIAL

COMMERCIAL

HOSPITALITY

3D MODELING

ARTISTIC ENDEAVORS

The Gardens

Great Escapes Corporate Office

Esau’s Table

Deep Space

Renderings

Carmichael Residence

Gesell Institute

Adega Wine Bar

American Girl-Chicago

Drawings

Exercise Physiology Lab

Harmonique Health Spa

Center For Collaborative & Interactive Technologies (CCIT)

Furniture Design Graphic Design


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THE GARDENS

This was our second residential project through class at UW-Stevens Point. This was an aging-in-place home in a retirement community. My partner and I emphasized textures and wayfinding throughout the peaceful home.

above: bubble diagrams and space adjency matrix which was later converted

into block diagrams (right) and then further refined until we achieved the best possible floorplan for this wheelchair friendly space.


THE GARDENS LIGHTING PLAN


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THE GARDENS PRESENTATION BOARDS

Our material selections were very textural. during our presentation we had the materials attached to our boards with velcro to be passed around the room to showcase this.


THE GARDENS 3D MODEL


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THE CARMICHAEL RESIDENCE Our third residential project was a small weekend residence in the Sonoma Valley. The space had to be designed around the home owner’s beloved dinnerware. We drew from three types of dinnerware and patterns that were put into a hat- I drew Fiestaware.

concept boards: I completed

case studies about similar projects, and research about Sonoma Valley and Fiestaware. Existing conditions and reequirements along with information found design objectives, planning and design solutions were created and documented in these digital boards which also included preliminary sketches and materials.

concept: The inspiration pieces of

Fiestaware given are energetic, vibrant and lively. The atomosphere of Los Angeles also holds these attributes. The Carmichaels left the fast paced energetic world of LA for a more relaxing lifestyle. To mimic this change a relaxing and comfortable space was created inspired by the dinnerware, and the beautiful surrounding area of Sonoma Valley with inviting colors and natural textures.


CARMICHAEL RESIDENCE CABINET DETAILS below:

kitchen cabinetry details. The cabinets are all equipped with Blum Aventos lift system to aid in cabinet opening for the aging owners.

above: dimensioned floorplan with callouts to cabinet details. The detail for the entertainment unit is located on the following page.


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THE CARMICHAEL RESIDENCE ISOMETRIC

above: materials for the kitchen area before

transferred to presentation boards.

left: hand rendered isometric of the living area

and kitchen. the small space, located above a retail shop has an open flow and is configured to allow for maximum light penetration.


THE CARMICHAEL RESIDENCE CASEPIECE DETAIL & RENDERED FLOORPLAN A large portion of this project was learning how to create details and integrate them into the plans. As part of our scope we had to make a casepiece to house some of the dinnerware the client wished to have displayed. A large portion of the display was in the kitchen cabinets (shown on previous page) but an ancillary storage unity, which also housed the T.V was created with sliding paneled doors.


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GREAT ESCAPES CORPORATE OFFICE Great Escapes was a project in which we were allowed to create our own company. My group, consisting of four individuals chose to design a corporate office for a travel agency. Credit for the work is noted by initials at the bottom of each drawing if not physically created by me. The project as a whole was a creative collaboration.

required spaces: 10,000 SQ. FT Reception Area 300 Sq.Ft. Large Conference Room 300 Sq.Ft.1 Printer / Copy / Fax Areas About 250 – 275 Sq.Ft. Large Presentation Room 650 Sq.Ft. CafÊ 250 Sq.Ft. Supply & General Storage Area 100 Sq.Ft. Approximately 20-30 permanent workstations. 4 private offices. touchdown areas for telecommuting employees Equipment Closet

above: The mood board represents the seven continents and serves as

inspiration for the color, texture, movement and energy that was used throughout the space. The tangible board was divided into four pieces which were added to our board as we discussed each word. Our key words were connected into one large image. (Photoshop)

We presented our project using Prezi. View the digital slideshow here: http://bit.ly/14d3LXR


concept: The headquarters of Great Escapes is a sophisticated, lively and enlightening work environment. The space embodies energy,

adventure, inspiration, flexibility, and connectivity. The abstraction of elements and colors from the seven continents is the driving motif which energizes anyone upon entering the facility. Adventure is brought to the clients and the space using cutting edge technology and state-of-the-art finishes. Visiting the travel headquarters will be an adventure in itself. In both design and concept, Great Escapes bridges the gap between where you are and where you want to be.

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GREAT ESCAPES CODED FURNITURE PLAN


GREAT ESCAPES RENDERED FLOORPLAN

The floorplan was an organic flow from one space to the next. The spaces were divided into public,semi-public, private and semi-private spaces.

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GREAT ESCAPES CORPORATE OFFICE TOUCH DOWN ELEVATION

LH above: The touch down space was inspired by North America. This simple and clean-lined space expresses the fast paced lifestyle that Americans possess. A floating counter made of concrete is nestled by two pillars and provides a quick and accessible space for temporary workers or guests to plug into power and work when needed. this space over looks a green park. This space also serves as an ancillary hall connecting the breakroom to the work stations.


GREAT ESCAPES BREAK ROOM

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GREAT ESCAPES The 3D views were Sketchup generated and hand-rendered.

Above: Antarctica inspired presentation room Below: Europe inspired conference room

above: Inspired by Asia: 3 form panel walls to let natural penetrate

the hall behind. A unique table made of bamboo starts in the middle of the ceiling curves down the wall, into a a bar height table and curves down into the floor

Above: N. America inspired touchdown space Below: Africa inspired resource room & S. America and waiting area


GREAT ESCAPES BOARDS


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GESELL INSTITUTE

I served as Project Manager for Gesell Institute, a preschool program within the University. I was in charge of the budget, interior design including technical drawings, client meetings, coordination of construction crew, and purchasing of furniture and equipment. This was my biggest learning experience.


concept: the concept of growth was instilled in this space. growth through technology, growth through reading, growth through play, and growth through life skills ultimately created the areas in the space.

A large problem with this space was that when entering the space one’s eye does not stop anywhere. The color along with posters, signs and toys made for a very distracting space. the high ceilings made for poor acoustics and no defined spaces made for clutter. A privacy wall for using the restroom was built so that


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GESELL INSTITUTE

Part of the project was writing a proposal to the state of WI to have a complete asbestos removal completed which was approved and saved our budget $12,000. I reused and repurposed the existing cabinetry, created ample storage to hide some toys and display books.


left: A complete child-safe kitchen was created to

allow students to learn through life skills. An induction stove, small dishwasher and oven were purchased for the space.

above: Artistic viewing windows allow for parents and siblings to view the students-but the hall cannot be seen from within the classroom.


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EXERCISE PHYSIOLOGY I served as project manager for the Exercise Physiology lab on campus. This space .was very old , dingy, and uninviting. By using some unique space saving techniques and inviting color scheme the space has been reinvented.

This half is the classroom and exercise space. Before this area was cluttered with flip-top desks which had to be pushed out of the way for demonstrations. A white board was the only mode of presentation in the room. Custom flip up tables were made to allow flexibility for the room to easily transition from exercise to classroom space. An entrance coat rack and storage unit was created for coats and bags of patients as well as to store the abundance of equipment.


EXERCISE PHYSIOLOGY DETAILS

left: Collapsable

tables were created to maximize the space in the room. The space is primarily a lab, but space for students to take notes was needing. The detail and concept was researched and created by me,. SJ woodworks made many protypes to ensure stability, endurance, and optimize design by hiding the harware.


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EXERCISE PHYSIOLOGY DETAILS

above: Detail of location of pendents and desk location to determine route for electrical cabling. All

cabinetry in the space was custom made and custom designed to fit the space constructed by S.J woodworks of Stevens Point, and details and technical drawings were done in Sketchup by myself.


EXERCISE PHYSIOLOGY

The before images were taken just after the flip top desks were red.moved- no demolition had started. The space before was not functioning the way it was supposed to. The room needed to function as a classroom as well as a lab to complete stretches, exercises and various tests and a space to discuss results with patients.

The space created invites, soothes and relaxes all patients and students. A separate desk allow for check-ins while other assessments are taking place. A major software update was integrated to have the results shown on T.V monitors in front of each biker. The sink area was relocated centrally to be accessed by all without disrupting clients who may be in the private exercise rooms. The room was visually divided with plank wood floors and carpet. Lites were cut into the main door to notify passerbys of the existence of the lab.


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GOERKE FIELD SKY BOX I was asked to redesign the press box in which the Chancellor and potential donors for the University of Wisconsin- Stevens Point

athletics department. The previous space was far from a great impression, comfortable or functional. The small space needed new wall, ceiling and floor treatments, a space to securely store and serve refreshments, more adequate lighting, HVAC work, a new entrance and something to address the loud cheers from fans surrounding the box.


Furniture, finishes and lighting were specified along with technical drawings to the contractor. A unique upholstered wall was created to improve acoustics and custom cabinetry was designed and built. This project was completed during the summer of 2013- after I had left UWSP. The carpet was to be installed with the stripes moving horizontally to visually widen the narrow room. The solution beautifully addresses each concern and a more executive and comfortable space to enjoy the Pointers game was created.


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CENTER FOR COLLABORATIVE & INTERACTIVE TECHNOLOGIES This project was a collaborative effort of the technology coordinator, the director of CCIT, construction crew and another design student.

under construction: The space is still a work in progress. Technology needs to be hooked up, wires need to be hidden, wire molds need to be painted and artwork needs to be place on the walls.

We specified Backbone from KI for the collaborative technology tables as well as Torsion Air chairs and stools. The bullet shape allows for easy shifting of seats and for maximum visibility for everyone.


concept: We wanted this new space to be the epitome of a colloborative, creative and technologically advanced space. The room was meant to excite people

of all ages about technology. The color scheme chosen had to be cohesive with the rest of the building and also exemplify the professionalism the College of Professional Studies embodies.

left: Each table, or station has a collaborative writing working area. One of the areas includes an Idea Paint wall.

below: The teacher's station is meant as a touch down space in hopes to have professors, lecturers and teachers move about the room. left: A new door, side lite and one-way viewing

window was installed to draw attention to the room. The window functions as a marker board within the classroom.


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ESAU’S TABLE Although, one of my very first Hospitality designs Esau’s table lit the fire inside of me to pursue restaurant design. From concept development focusing on the cuisine, to branding, efficient floorplanning and channeling the feel for the guest-I knew restaurant design was my passion.

concept: The Biblical figure Esau was a

man of the woods; a hunter and fisherman. Anything that was served at his table was local, fresh and hearty enough to satisfy the large man. The restaurant, Esau’s Table, was inspired by this figure, the rustic natural surroundings, the people of Lowville, New York and the local organic food served. This accessible restaurant is a perfect balance of rustic, natural elements and sophistication that warmly welcomes guests in for a hearty, organic, and elegant dinner.

required spaces: Main Entrance Maître ‘D Stand Coat storage Bar/Waiting Area Storage/Delivery Area Kitchen(blocked out space) Restaurant Seating Area Manager’s Office Suite

by hand:

This entire project including elevations, coded furniture plan, lighting plan, electrical plan, 3D renderings and isometric were all hand drafted and hand rendered.


left: Rustic and masculine

materials and finishes were chosen for the space. Many of these finishes are environmentally friendly. The floor throughout the space is stained concrete. A copper acoustic ceiling bounces and reflects light while

Natural elements such a locally quarried stone, water, fire, locally harvested wood and earth tones are found throughout the warm and welcoming space. In contrast to the natural and rustic elements are sophisticated finishes and materials such as rich brown leather, reflective copper, and soft ambient lighting. A circular, copper, eco-friendly fireplace adjacent to original stained glass windows combines both the rustic and sophisticated elements into a dramatic focal point upon entering the restaurant. The exterior of the Tudor style church was brought into the interior of the building through the use of the “X�


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Preliminary perspective sketch of entrance and fire place seating. This is an ancillary waiting area and an extension of the bar. curved booths (shown in isometric) adds extra dining seating with views of the fire.

left: Isometric of the

dining, bar and waiting area.

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Copper topped bar FSC wood on front. Water trickles over Esau’s Table on the back wall. Copper was used for its reflectivity and warmth and to mimic the flames used to cook the food.


ESAU’S TABLE LIGHTING PLAN

left: The lighting was a very intregal component

to the design of the restaurant. In this project I learned the various types of accent lighting as well as the symbols and codes for egress and emergency lighting. I strived to have ample lighting for work, but dim enough lighting for romantic dining. Because I served as a dishwasher, waitress and cook I spent a lot of time analyzing the flow of the restaurant for the waitstaff but also to allow for easy maneuvering throughout the front of the house.


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ADEGA This project was an introduction to 3D modeling and rendering in AutoCad. We were allowed to create any concept and fit any type of user...I have to admit, I went a little crazy with experimenting with finishes.

above: Mirror and glass finishes bounce light about the space-like a reflection on the rim of a

wine glass. Deep jewel tones of red, purple and gold mimic the hues of the wines tasted. Stone on the walls and columns as wells a light gray wood floor add rustic elements to reflect the homes of Portugal.


ADEGA Adega-a literal translation in Portugese in “Wine Cellar�, is a modern and chic wine cellar fused with a romantic style and dark color palette. The deep and rich wines tasted at Adega set the atmosphere and mood for the unique shop.


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HARMONIQUE Harmonique Health Spa was completed with a good friend, together we were MELO. We were both excited about the immense creative potential and concept development. But, we also were anxious about the size of the project and 16 week timeline. We trudged through, remain close friends and are proud of our final studio project as students at UW-Stevens Point.

scope: The 40,000 sq. ft building will be used as a special use spa facility, truly inclusive design. The primary goal of the facility is to accommodate users with minor physical health concerns who will use the spaces for therapeutic treatments. The entire interior is to be specifically designed to efficiently and effectively accommodate and please these users with physical health concerns and who also may have permanent vision or hearing impairments. Another important goal of the client is to make this multi-use facility a truly sustainable design that will potentially earn LEED Platinum status. The restaurant and cafe also purchase 100% locally produced organic food and use only natural and biodegradable products in the entire facility.

View our digital presentation on Prezi with this QR code or follow this link: http://bit.ly/ZeaWqK The project was a team effort-drawings specifically drafted or drawn by my partner are noted with an LH.

requirements:

Large public entrance lobby with a front desk and waiting area Large restaurant for lunch and dinner Day time cafĂŠ retail store The spa portion will have a smaller reception area, massage therapy rooms, medicinal bath areas, saunas, exercise areas, a yoga area, general multi-purpose area, lounges and laundry room Six offices will be provided for the Director, General Manager, Accountant, Food & Beverage Manager, Spa Manager, and the Exercise Activities Coordinator, break room, secretary space for Director and General manager Storage spaces, public restrooms, and utility rooms.


HARMONIQUE CONCEPTUALIZATION concept:

A gradual journey through a Washington state inspired space starting at the city’s dramatic, exciting core and venturing outward to its lush peaceful countryside. One experiences Seattle’s local abundance on a gradually changing journey of textures, smells, and sounds.


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HARMONIQUE SPACE ADJACENCIES

A radial floorplan was created by centrally locating the reception desk and having areas flow into one another. a mezzanine on the second floor allows for guests to see below, but also for light from the skylights to penetrate the first floor.

above: First floor plan rendered in Sketchup

above: Second floor plan

showing mezzanine. Rendered in Sketchup


HARMONIQUE BEHAVIORAL & WAYFINDING

above: First floor plan

above: Second floor plan


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above: First floor plan (LH)

HARMONIQUE REFLECTED CEILING PLAN

above: Second floor plan


HARMONIQUE LIGHTING & ELECTRICAL PLAN

above: First floor plan (LH)

above: Second floor plan


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HARMONIQUE LOBBY AREA

LH above:

The minimalistic lobby is bright and open to the second floor allowing visual communication. The reception desk immediately through the double sliding automatic doors starts at the 14’ ceilings and gradually descends to 30�. The lighting fixtures in the space reflect the sky needle, a main focal point of Seattle. The mezzanine to the second floor to allow the light from the skylights can be seen in this image. A waiting area consisting of bright furniture provides contrast to the visually impaired. The solid base on each furniture piece minimizes tripping hazards. Just behind the sitting area is a layered wall consisting of various textured glass mimicking the endless windows in the city.


HARMONIQUE SKYLINE RESTAURANT & BAR

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The Skyline Restaurant and Bar is inspired by the city at night. Warm jewel tones of red, orange, gold, as well as the wave of warm copper behind the bar resemble the blur of car and city lights. A dark purple acts as the sky behind the concrete and glass reception desk. There are coral lights of red, orange and gold clustered above each floating concrete table. Concrete cube booths glow from within to light the walk way and act as lights coming from within a building. Eco friendly textured glass divides each booth. The booths are encased with walls and a lowered ceiling which mimics the cube entrance. The open kitchen aspect allows for aromas from the dishes to diffuse throughout the restaurant and into the lobby which also serves as an orientation point for the visually and hearing impaired.


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HARMONIQUE MEDICINAL BATH AND SPA RECEPTION

above right: The nature inspired space has rich, locally grown maple

wood found on the desk, sides of furniture, and also the custom benches. Blues, greens, browns and tans add warmth after departing the “city”. The copper wave from the Skyline restaurant has now been exposed to the natural elements and has oxidized into blues and greens which now mimics the nearby waves of the ocean. The 14’ ceiling throughout the space has gradually changing Chromatherapy LED lights to calm, de-stress, and rejuvinate guests.

above left: The baths are made out of FSC certified maple wood. These baths are sealed in a resin that is waterproof, resists scratches and is unaffected by chemicals. These dark baths are offset by light shimmering floor and light walls in the wave material. The fireplaces in each space burn eco-ethanol, are backed with recycled tile and house storage for candles, towels and any it items the guest may have with them. Art from the owner is displayed in each room as well.


HARMONIQUE SPA WAITING AREA & MASSAGE ROOMS

above left: ancillary waiting and lounge area. Dark salvaged wood covers a wall while on the

other side and throughout the halls is this 3 dimensional wave material. This texture acts as a way-finding material to let people know they are in the spa area. The glass fireplace is eco ethanol and requires no venting. The slight heat and sound given off also acts as a location landmark. Each door into each room is a 4’-0” sliding pocket door for easy maneuverability for wheel chairs and to retain a clean look.

To view all 3D images and for a virtual tour use this QR code (Prezi) or this link: http://bit.ly/ZeaWqK

above right:

Each massage room has the same 3d wall texture and a similar color scheme to the waiting area. Cork flooring allows for cushion for each masseuse, absorbs sounds. The back splash is recycled glass tiles. The massage rooms face the Puget sound for a relaxing view for both the guest and the masseuse. The ceilings in both the massage rooms and medicinal baths are at 9’ and are glass with an option of a motor powered black out shade for a completely dark space.


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HARMONIQUE 3D MODEL Made of museum board, foam board, weatherproofing plastic,will power and man hours. We created all three floors to show the layers, but built only the first floor walls. the bottom left image shows the skylight cuts from the roof garden down to the first floor. Trees and side walks were handpainted and each window was cut out.


HARMONIQUE PRESENTATION BOARDS

above: Our boards are a unit. A "window" flanks the two end boards while the middle board has two "windows" to mimic the ample glass and light we used throughout our space.

left: My partner for the project, Lauren, shows

our audience the floorplan by using our model. Here she is pointing to the mezzanine while I explain the concept.

right: Our final presentation was to a panel of

design professionals and professors as well as any students in the IA program. The time was 15 minutes with questions at the end. We referenced our boards but also provided a walk-through experience with prezi.

documentation: All furniture, finishes and products were documented in a project manual with their technical specifications. Also, in the manual was occupancy and egress calculations, ADA codes and guidelines and case studies.


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3D MODELING & RENDERING

These images were created using Sketchup and Irender for design clients. I solely modeled and rendered the interior per the designer's or representative's specifications.

above: Glowing 3-Form panels done for the American Girl bi-level store in Chicago, Illinois. Contracted through 3-Form: two concepts using Sketchup & Irender


3D MODELING & RENDERING

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This project was a concept for an auditorium concourse for a large corporation. Large crystals (10’-0” max)made of Varia ecoresin from 3-Form would be lit from within and would act as the main lightsource for the underground space. The theme of the space was “deep space”. Multiple drawings and tests were made. These were the final images presented to the CEO.


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ARTISTIC ENDEAVORS

furniture design: Our final project of our wood working design class was to design a unique chair to hold our large professor. Although, I would not put this chair in a fine dining setting I believe the playfulness would go well in a children’s space.

hand rendering: Although I thoroughly enjoy and excel in digital rendering I received my understanding of shading and lighting concepts from handrendering. I enjoy having the pencils and markers in my hand and seeing the project come to life through my artistic capabilities. Left shows laborious rendering to achieve the correct lighting and reflection while the right image of the chair shows a quick rendering still keeping in mind the three-dimensional view with shadows and highlights.

The concept of this was an abstraction of a woman dancing. The curve at the very top is the neckline of her dress, the negative holes the pearls she is studded with, and the base a ruffle along the bottom of her dress. The organic curves are the flow of her dress as she moves across the floor. The center grid is her male counterpart in the dance leading in a structured manner.


ARTISTIC ENDEAVORS

color theory: Analogous color scheme: red & purple. (given by Professor) This project started as a 100 line project and later color was added. I decided to add a concept to this color project by integrating my love of theater. The large vertical portion is the curtain of a theater, while the stripes of reds is the stage. The orchestra pit is to the right with a striped magazine clipping acting as the sound waves. There is a larger concentration of lines in the darker area of the “curtain” where the excited whispers of back stage are occuring. The top image is of the city, where the stage is located.

graphic design:

Photoshop Techniques: These images for an asian inspired conference room. Various options were presented to the client. The top left image was used for a large acoustic wall paper roughly 11’x33’


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RESUME objective: To become a successful NCIDQ registered interior designer focusing on hospitality design with an emphasis

in restaurant design.

work experience:

education:

April 2013-Present Interior Designer Middleton, WI H. Krueger & Associates Create 3d rendered images for presentations Site visits and design meetings Material & finish selections

2009- 2013

October 2010-May 2013 Dean’s Assistant & Student Designer Stevens Point, WI UW-Stevens Point College Of Professional Studies Secretary and clerical work Graphic design Redesign classrooms, offices and other campus rooms Meet with various reps, contractors, and clients Order and specify furniture and equipment. Handle quotations and develop budgets Project management

July 2011-August 2011 Design Intern H. Krueger & Associates 2005- 2009 Spooner High School

May 2012-May 2013 Engineering Intern Stevens Point, WI UW-Stevens Point Facility Services Prepare and update 3d and plan cad drawings Field measuring Meet and work with contractors and specialists Write and create proposals for state project work Coordinate OSHA training for staff January 2012-November 2012 Project Manager Stevens Point, WI Gesell Institute Prepare 3d and plan CADdrawings Meet and work with clients and contractors Finish and material selection Prepare budget and timeline Equipment ordering August 2010-May 2011 Community Advisor Stevens Point, WI UW-Stevens Point Burroughs Hall Advise the residents in burroughs hall Create programs and activities Care and understand the well-being of the residents. Enforce rules

B.A degree in Interior Architecture (IA) (CIDA Accredited). Minor in Business Administration University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point Interior Architecture GPA: 3.85 Overall GPA: 3.74. Graduation: May 2013.

awards:

Middleton, WI Spooner, WI

UWSP Student Employee of the Year 2012-2013, NEWH Hospitality Network Scholarship 2012, ASID Wisconsin State Chapter Scholarship 2012, Chancellor’s Honors List 2010,2011,2012; Dean’s Honor List 2009, 2010,2011,2012; Dean’s Highest Honors 2010-2012, UWSP ASID Chapter Scholarship, Academic Excellence Fall 2009,2011,2012; American Cancer Society Scholarship, Jane Wright Abrahamsen Scholarship; Barron Electric Scholarship; Spooner Student Council Scholarship; Spooner Alumni Scholarship

skills:

Adobe Photoshop, Adobe InDesign, Autodesk, Google SketchUp, Sketchup I-render, Hand Rendering, Sketching,Creative Writing, Microsoft Office, Prezi, Presentation skills, Revit Basics, Customer Relations, Organization, Time Management.

activities:

NEWH student member, ASID Social Coordinator; ASID member-present; Colleges Against Cancer 20092011; Culinary Journalism abroad: Greece 2011,National Honors Society President 2007-2009; Student Council Vice President, Secretary, 2006-2009 Marty Loy

references:

Patricia Kluetz

Tony Romano

Paul Biersack

Dean College of Professional Studies-UWSP

EmeritaProfessor Division of Interior Architecture-UWSP

Development College of Professional Studies -UWSP

Craftsworker Supervisor FacilityServices- UWSP

E: mloy@uwsp.edu P: 715-346-4904

E: pkluetz@uwsp,edu

E: tromano@uwsp.edu P:715-346-3406

E: pbiersacuwsp.edu P:715-346-4273


Design portfolio buchmann 2013