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CONCEPT Inspired by classic blue print patent drawings and the Knoll Studio drawing collection, this Eero Saarinen Tulip chair wall graphic brings the drawing board to life. The graphic is displayed inside the Tulip Conference Room of Parron Hall, an office interior furniture dealer and showroom that represents Knoll business furniture and DIRTT interior construction. With the original wall tiles being a plain white writable surface, Parron Hall wanted to explore the idea of using a local source to print on DIRTT tiles. After discussion and testing, we quickly found that a vinyl wrap, most commonly used to wrap cars, was the best solution. Spanning across seven tiles, the image was wrapped on each individual tile with the vinyl film. The Tulip Conference Room has since become one of the most used meeting rooms in the showroom and becomes a conversation piece during client tours.

Photography: iancummingsphoto.comÂ


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Parron Hall Work  |   1


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CONCEPT The DIRTT approach is less a modular wall system than it is an adaptive approach to rapid construction. “Doing It Right This Time� refers to the vision and commitment to creating innovative, responsive and sustainable workspaces. Movable walls, modular electrical systems, modular data, living walls, timber frame construction.


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Parron HallIllustrations  Construct  |   2


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CONCEPT Since the book of Nehemiah is about rebuilding the wall surrounding Jerusalem, we wanted to give the series a refreshing and clean look, along with a nod to architecture and community. Going with the architecture theme, I chose a set of modern day architecture images and paired them with organic earthy textured images to pull back to Biblical times where walls and buildings were made of clay brick. Behind the images is a light grid to reference blue prints. I believe it is important to include images of our Young Adult community into the series brand. The book of Nehemiah speaks volumes about how a community came together to build the wall in 52 days. 52 days! It’s amazing what can happen when everyone works together to further the Kingdom. Considering the direction the Young Adults ministry is going, I feel we need to include images of the people who make up our YA community. In doing so, this will show that we each play an instrumental part in working together to build God’s vision for this upcoming season for the YA ministry. We have scheduled a photo shoot down at the suspension pedestrian bridge by Petco park, which will pair nicely with the architecture line work shown in the images. The Nehemiah word mark was intentionally created to look like a staircase to go along with the tagline of “rise up + build”. The Futura sans serif font reflects a bold voice, reflecting that even while some people were against Nehemiah for building the wall, he built it anyway. I also tried to keep the “staircase” system up through the countdown posts by stacking the images vertically and horizontally to create the staircase look going up the feed.


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CONCEPT There’s a little lady coming! Stepping away from the traditional baby carriage and teddy bear themes, this baby shower was inspired by boho dessert and whimsical watercolor. The playful and colorful illustrations and fonts brought a sweet touch to the party for the soon-to-arrive Baby Bliss. 


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Ice Cream Sunday  |   5

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Portfolio 2018  
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