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meghann moodie recent body of work fall 2010 - spring 2012

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FALL 2010:

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SPRING 2011:

retail + design-build healthcare FALL 2011: workplace SPRING 2012: design-build + healthcare


FALL 2010

retail

an individual project

National Finalist for the 2011 Gensler Brinkmann Scholarship skills present:

CONCEPT DEVELOPMENT INNOVATIVE IDEATION

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für sie PROJECT OVERVIEW: At the start of my third year studio, we were given a project which presented the challenge of designing a retail kiosk based conceptually upon ourselves. The goal was to represent who we each are as a person, as a designer. I began brainstorming the aspects of my life that I wanted to capture within a space. I enjoy interacting with others, sharing stories and experiences with a friend is one of the most rewarding events one can ever be a part of. While I also believe that everyone has the right to be themselves, their true selves, throughout every moment of every day, without fear or hesitation of what others may think. With this foundation and as a designer that considers who will be using spaces, how they will interact with that space, and what they will want from that space, I arrived at the solution: Für Sie.

(ABOVE) A conceptual interior view upon opening of Für Sie. A clean slate, ready for user input. Nothing is to be left untouched. The only objects that cannot be rearranged is the beverage bar. Sofas, armchairs, tables, et cetera, all open to user’s interpretation.


für sie: OVERVIEW Meaning, For You, in German, Für Sie is inspired by the fullest potential of the user’s spirit, Für Sie, is solely designed for you. Stark in its infancy, Für Sie matures as guests stop by and contribute, leaving their mark. Equip with the essentials of having an extraordinary time: a stage with dozens of instruments, a beverage bar (ranging from espresso to craft brews), and tools such as paint, glue, hammers & nails, to make Für Sie your own. Für Sie appeals to the users who enter, providing a space to explore, learn, and grow. The opportunities are endless. Locations can be diverse, Für Sie can be found within airports or outdoor retail markets. This space provides the user the opportunity to be themselves. If someone wishes to break away from the routine and rock out on the guitar, Für Sie has dozens. If someone else wants to enjoy an espresso, and express themselves via painting, the canvas treated walls are there for this exact purpose. Für Sie is all about the user and their experiences, and those which occur amongst others in attendance. Life is about building relationships and experiencing new things; Für Sie is an establishment that fully embraces this concept.

(ABOVE) Conceptual interior view of Für Sie two weeks after initial grand opening. Users have left their individual expressions; building upon each other, with every visit. All done with materials provided.


f端r sie: (BELOW) Open now for months, F端r Sie has gone through numerous cycles of transition. Guests freely roam about experiencing the space in their own ways.

CONCLUSION:

F端r Sie is open for interpretation, at any given moment the space can feel, appear, and act completely different than it may have during previous visits. It is this sense of surprise that keeps the user coming back, leaving their mark. Design intent: clean, crisp use of line, allowing emphasis of user contributions.

F端r Sie represents my philosophies as a person and as a designer. I feel we are all on this planet together, and our environments should embrace and promote interaction amongst individuals. Interior design shapes our navigation through life; there is endless opportunity to create functional, beautiful, rewarding spaces, that enhance every moment. Design is influential and constantly evolving, I am excited to explore all its facets.


FALL 2010

design + build

a partner project skills present:

CONCEPT DEVELOPMENT INNOVATIVE IDEATION HANDS ON DEVELOPMENT COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT

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“I WISH TO BE A FAMOUS AND GREAT BASKETBALL PLAYER LIKE KOBE BRYANT.” -Eddie, 11 years old


MISSION:

Inspired by the dream of a patient at Phoenix Children’s Hospital, teams were asked to interpret the patient’s dream then design-build that interpretation presenting the patient with their dream fulfilled.

CONCEPT:

Each piece of the puzzle is derived from a fundamental of basketball and can be individually represented but becomes stronger in a whole, creating a unified depiction of a successful, talented player, like Kobe Bryant.

APPLICATION:

Delving into what it was Eddie admired most about the sport and its star player, we arrived at the athletic challenges and skill basketball possesses. Deciding to design a puzzle which encapsulates the characteristics both Kobe and the sport encompass. The pieces represent within themselves something individual, but when connected, something greater.


KOBE BRYANT

ACCURACY

FULL COMPOSITION

PRIDE


TESTIMONY + CHALLENGES: Shop staff consistently commented that creating a ball of wood, especially adding the challenge of puzzle making was nearly impossible.

TEAMWORK

These notions only reinforced the pursuit for success. Upon completion the same staff members congratulated us on accomplishing what skilled woodworkers would never attempt.


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SPRING 2010 an individual project skills present:

CONCEPT DEVELOPMENT SPACE PLANNING DESIGN DEVELOPMENT

healthcare


kivel care: dementia center MISSION:

embark upon the journey

Embark Upon the Journey’s goal is to promote sense of community and camaraderie. The remodel of the existing structure is accompanied with the proposal of a new structure, solely for the use of the dementia center’s users, creating spaces where residents can explore and participate in various activities. The design captures the prideful, dedicated spirit of not only the 1950s by each Kivel resident.

CONCEPT:

The design represents the importance of the residents’ journey through life, providing the opportunity for another enjoyable leg toward the future. Honoring the nostalgic qualities of the progressive 1950s, Embark Upon the Journey offers subtle reminders of how fresh and exciting life’s journey can be.

APPLICATION:

Inspired by the go get ‘em attitude of this time period, where the world was in the palm of one’s hand, the design reflects common forms, patterns, and motifs found throughout day-to-day life of the middle-class American. The articulation of converging lines and space represents the various ventures the residents of Kivel Care embarked upon as they began their young adult lives. This nostalgic approach reminds the user of where they have been, preparing and reminding them how exciting and refreshing this next venture of their journey can be.

Site Plan: NTS

to existing laundry

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art display

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New Addition: Mezzanine Floor Plan NTS

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New Addition: Schematic Sections A (Left) & B (Right)

activity restrooms

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a New Addition: Lower Level Floor Plan NTS


FEATURES: A gallery space, full size eatin kitchen and dining room, a cinema style lounge, large multipurpose room, among other stimulating spaces, provides a plethora of things to do. The site also encompasses a private garden, equip with walking paths and outdoor exercise opportunities.

(ABOVE) New Addition Reception view (Sketchup with light Photoshop)

LEFT) New Addition exterior view. (Sketchup with light Photoshop)

(ABOVE) New Addition dining view (Sketchup with light Photoshop)


FALL 2011 a team project skills present:

CONCEPT DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMMING SPACE PLANNING DESIGN DEVELOPMENT TEAM LEADERSHIP

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workplace


albright insurance group TEAM MISSION:

A corporate rebranding for an insurance agency’s headquarters. A group project involving two other peers (Michelle Abela and Taylor Eastburn). All imagery and space planning shown is work that I did individually. The project encompassed extensive research regarding industry trends, forecasts, and the role(s) design plays within a corporate environment. (Digital files of all research conducted can be provided as requested).

CONCEPT:

Inspired by the phyllotaxis pattern in nature, each member of the Albright Insurance agency represents the notions of equal sized parts in an ever expanding pattern, focused around a central point.

LOCATION:

Piedmont Center 3495 Piedmont Rd NE 10 Piedmont Center Atlanta, GA 30305

• 3-Floors, each approximately • 25,000 sq. ft. • Encompassing a conference center, lecture all, and work spaces for various departments

LOCATION ADVANTAGES:

• 51% ARE 20-49 years old1 • Median Age: 35 • 24.3% of Georgia’s population has a Bachelor’s degree or higher • Close proximity to performing arts venues, and entertainment for traveling employees

http://www.census.gov/popfinder/

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phyllotaxis pattern within sunflower image courtesy of flickr


: employee focused floor

(ABOVE) Rendered Section looking from South Printing Lab toward Elevator bank

Provides workspace for the Sales and Marketing teams, as well as the IT Crew. Equip with virtual meeting spaces, a large catering pantry, rock climbing wall, pool tables, reprographics space, the server room.

Rendered Employee Focused Level: Floor Plan NTS

The floors finishes and materials reinforce the Albright logo and concept, reminding employees of the wonderful company they represent!


(BELOW) Catering Kitchen with Clmbing Opportunity (Sketchup + VRay +Photoshop)

(ABOVE) Collaboration lounge, a space for employees to meet, collaborate, study alone, take a quick break. (Sketchup + VRay +Photoshop) (RIGHT) Work stations and IT Server Room View. (Sketchup + VRay +Photoshop)

Schematic IT Server Room Idea Sketchup

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SPRING 2011

design + build

a team project

an IIDA fashion event crafted from interior materials skills present:

CONCEPT DEVELOPMENT

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HANDS ON DEVELOPMENT


CONCEPT: The transformation from dependent to the independent is encapsulated within the 1940’s woman. Grounded by intelligence and poise, she shifts from standard to exception—making sure those she surrounds herself with recognize. Representing the notions within Eleanor Roosevelt’s proactive statement that, “no matter how plain a woman may be, if her truth and loyalty are stamped across her face, all will be attracted to her.” The 1940’s marked an era of grave danger; husbands fighting far and wide, worldly uncertainty, and a decade when the American woman firmly established her much deserved role within society. Drawn from the time’s structured tailoring, laced by soft feminine elegance; the asymmetry acts as a scale, balancing a sense of duty with freedom, native to the young 1940’s woman. Materials used: Wallcovering and paint samples


SPRING 2011

healthcare

a team project awards:

DESIGN EXCELLENCE 2012 skills present:

CONCEPT DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMMING SPACE PLANNING DESIGN DEVELOPMENT

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in ORM The Center at Scottsdale TEAM MISSION:

The team’s mission is to create a safe, effective, successful, and innovative health and wellness center serving the greater metropolitan Phoenix community.

Taresha Agins

Jeanne Coelho

CONCEPT:

Katherine Dabkowski

Taylor Eastburn

Nikki Le

Meghann Moodie

The vitruvian theory forms the basis of balance and symmetry within the Mind, Body, and Soul securing the center of health and wellness.

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7575 East Princess Drive Scottsdale, AZ 85255 Approximately 150,000 sq. ft.

COLOR SCHEME:

The three distinct color hues were chosen to identify the main divisions of the facility’s functions based on their supportive properties.

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TARGET USER: MIND Variations of yellow and its contrasts are used to captivate attention during activities throughout the exhibit space, the golden color waves also enhances concentration, increases metabolism, and stimulates brainwaves.

A revolutionary campus providing a holistic approach towards health and wellness for the whole family. The Center at Scottsdale is family focused and targets the various socioeconomic backgrounds of Arizona residents. Data has proven that families who participate in healthy living as a unit have higher success rates than those that tackle it alone.

BODY Orange shades were selected for the body wing for its ability to encourage

productivity and emotional energy, it is also associated with ambition and prolong of stamina.

SOUL Blue tones were chosen for the Soul section for its ability to produce calming affects, while also supporting balance with an overall harmonious interior.

The Center @ Scottsdale will be designed to encompass all aspects of healthy living which will include education, physical fitness, diagnostics as well as alternative medicine services for the whole family.


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APPROX. 31,000 SQ. FT. Encompassing 2 - Levels

FEATURES: Exhibition Space Virtual Gardens Mobile Education Interactive Kitchen Child Activity Zone Library Lounge Projection Cinemas

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LOWER LEVEL: REFLECTED CEILING PLAN; NTS AREA KEY:

A) ENTRY/LOBBY B) RECEPTION C) VIRTUAL GARDEN D) BODY ‘TALK’ E) MISC. EXHIBITS F) MOBILE UNIT EXHIBIT G) FITNESS EXHIBIT H) THEATER/LECTURE I) FOOD PERCEPTION J) FOOD EXPERIENCE K) TRAVELING EXHIBIT L) FACILITY OFFICE M) EMPLOYEE BREAK

WHAT DO WE WANT TO ACCOMPLISH? The structure of the Mind is focused on providing education through valued entertainment and exhibition spaces for the members visiting The Center at Scottsdale.

HOW ARE WE GOING TO DO THIS? Incorporating an assortment of activities that exercise intelligence and inform the family unit on the various ways of integrating health and wellness into their every day lifestyles. Opportunities range from culinary sessions to transportable exhibits that promote wellbeing of each individual.

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UPPER LEVEL: DEMONSTRATION KITCHEN

Final Model by Jeanne Coelho

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A) DINING B) PREP KITCHEN C) JUICE BAR D) GARDEN TERRACE E) INTERACTIVE FEATURE F) DEMONSTRATION KITCHEN G) KID’S ZONE H) KID’S KITCHEN I) LIGHT ATRIUM J) LIBRARY K) OPEN TO BELOW/CATWALKS L) MARKET M) ADMINISTRATION

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Final Model by Nikki Le & Meghann Moodie


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APPROX. 31,000 SQ. FT. Encompassing 2 - Levels FEATURES: Adjacent to the Mind Aquatic Center Rock Climbing Natural Movement Course Virtual Cardio Crossfit Training Interactive Gaming

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LOWER LEVEL: REFLECTED CEILING PLAN; NTS AREA KEY:

A) RECEPTION B) CONSULT. OFFICES C) RETAIL D) ROCK CLIMBING E) MEN’S LOCKER RM F) WOMEN’S LOCKER RM G) POOL H) STEAM ROOMS I) JACUZZI J) POOL MECH. STR. K) JUICE BAR L) KIDS ZONE M) TRAMPOLINE RM N) INTERACTIVE GAMING O) EMPLOYEE BRK. RM P) SPIN STUDIO Q) BASKETBALL COURT

WHAT DO WE WANT TO ACCOMPLISH?

Designed to serve as a support system for the visitors of the Center at Scottsdale to challenge their physique and develop their core stamina of strength.

HOW ARE WE GOING TO DO THIS? Diverse forms of individual and group exercise programs that encourage all age groups to increase their proportional stability. Providing all the essentials a member needs to make their strengthening sessions a success including child observations zones, an indoor pool to rejuvenate muscles and escape the Arizona heat, and an opportunity to become involved in communal sports and team interaction.

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A) OPEN TO BELOW B) CROSS-FIT C) ROPES D) STRENGTH TRAINING E) CARDIO F) VIRTUAL RUNNING G) NATURAL MOVEMENT H) EXERCISE STUDIO I) ADMIN. OFFICES J) LUNGE/STRETCH

Schematic Model by Taylor Eastburn, Photoshopping by Meghann Moodie

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Schematic Model by Nikki Le


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LOWER LEVEL: REFLECTED CEILING PLAN; NTS AREA KEY:

A) RECEPTION B) YOGA STUDIO C) RETAIL/STRG. D) SPA ENTRY E) TEA ROOM F) SPA RESTROOMS G) SPA SHOWERS H) CHANGING ROOMS I) DRY SAUNA J) SAUNA RINSE ROOM K) COOLING BATH L) JACUZZI M) LOUNGE W/ BVRG. N) THERAPY ROOM O) LAUNDRY/SERVICE P) RELAXATION POOL Q) COUNSELING RCPTN. R) COUNSEL ROOM S) GROUP COUNSEL T) WAITING AREA

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WHAT DO WE WANT TO ACCOMPLISH?

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Providing services that satisfy your inner self in all who visit the Center at Scottsdale is fundamental in establishing a balanced approach to health and wellness.

HOW ARE WE GOING TO DO THIS? Opportunities for clientele to assess and support their current health and wellness levels. Soothing water features and relaxation pools initiate wellness, while acupuncture and massage therapy sessions fulfill the need for sensory stimulation and re-operation.

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UPPER LEVEL: REFLECTED CEILING PLAN; NTS

Schematic Model & Rendering by Meghann Moodie

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A) RECEPTION B) RECORDS C) NURSE’S STATION D) FITNESS LAB E) EXAM ROOMS F) PHYSICIAN OFFICES G) RESTROOMS H) TEST LAB I) LIBRARY J) CONFERENCE K) EMPLOYEE BREAK L) WAITING M) OPEN TO BELOW N) STORAGE

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Final Model & Rendering by Meghann Moodie


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