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MELISSA MOZE INTERIOR DESIGN


CONTENTS pg. 14

pg. 27

FURNITURE

PRESENTATION TECHNIQUES

pg. 2

pg. 28

pg. 20

COMMERCIAL

HOSPITALITY

RESIDENTIAL pg. 8

INTERESTS

RETAIL pg. 16

HAND RENDERING pg. 26

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HOSPITALITY DESIGN PROJECT SCOPE: An upscale boutique hotel in Zermatt, Switzerland.

BERG KREUZUNGEN

FIRST FLOOR PUBLIC SPACES & SUITES

SECOND FLOOR SPA & POOL

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SECOND FLOOR SUITES


PROJECT CHALLENGE: Design custom patterns for material surfaces in the boutique resort.

INSPIRATION PIXILATED

ORGANIC

CROSS TEXTILE

WALLPAPER

WALLPAPER

TEXTILE

PLAID

INVERSE

WALLPAPER

ARRAY

TEXTILE

TILE

BERG KREUZUNGEN LOGO

TEXTILE TEXTILE

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RESTAURANT/BAR PERSPECTIVE WALLPAPER

TILE

TEXTILES

BAR ELEVATION

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POOL SECTION

FURNITURE

INDOOR/OUTDOOR POOL PERSPECTIVE

TILE

FURNITURE

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SINGLE SUITE

WALLPAPER

TEXTILE

Sitting Area

DOUBLE SUITE

Sitting Area

SINGLE SUITE PERSPECTIVE

Open Shower

METHODS USED: • AutoCAD • SketchUp • Podium • Photoshop

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FIREPLACE

SENIOR SUITE Patio

SENIOR SUITE PERSPECTIVE

TEXTILE

JUNIOR SUITE Patio

Fireplace Glass Wall Bar

Open Shower Bar

LIGHTING

FURNITURE

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RESIDENTIAL DESIGN PROJECT SCOPE: A vacation home in the medieval town of Kitzbuhel, Austria, with two rental spaces for income and guests.

CLIENT

LOCATION

ADJACENCIES 8

SUN PATH DIAGRAM


FIRST LEVEL FLOOR PLANS

1/2 BATH

KITCHEN

PANTRY

FINISHES

STUDY

DINING ROOM

FAMILY ROOM

BIKE STORAGE

CARPORT

KITCHEN PERSPECTIVE

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• Open floor plan with modern furniture, lighting, and artwork • Bedrooms with balconies overlook mountain views • Basement provides office/design space for fashion designer client LIGHTING

ART

FURNITURE

STAIR PERSPECTIVE 10 121


FURNITURE

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FABRIC STORAGE

BASEMENT FLOOR PLANS

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CHILD’S BEDROOM

MASTER BEDROOM

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SKI, TOY STORAGE

GUEST BEDROOM  

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DESIGN AREA

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FASHION  WORKROOM

CHILD’S BATH

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CHILD’S BEDROOM

GUEST BATH

 

CLIENT CONSULT.

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CLIENT ENTRANCE

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

LIGHTING

LEVEL 2 FLOOR PLANS

MAIN HOUSE SECTION MASTER BATH

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FURNITURE

SCALE MODEL

ART

TINY HOME EXTERIOR

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• Tiny homes sleep up to four guests each • Modern furniture and finishes mimic main house • A spa with mountain views located between tiny homes and main house


TINY HOME FLOOR PLANS

LOFT 1

LOFT 2

MAIN LEVEL

TINY HOME INTERIOR

METHODS USED: • Hand drafting • Hand rendering • Scale Model • Photoshop

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FURNITURE DESIGN PROJECT SCOPE: Repurpose a furniture piece. The revised piece must maintain a substantial portion of the original.

INSPIRATION

ORIGINAL PIECE

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Enertainment Center


FINISHING DETAILS

• Removal of swivel top • Addition of 12” McCobb style slanted legs with brass tips • Painted a mid-century color palette of Chelsea Gray and Caribbean Coral • Replaced discolored door hardware with new hardware

SKETCHUP MOCKUP

METHODS USED: • Period piece research • Parti sketches • Scale model • SketchUp mockup • Construction plan • Cost analysis • Hand-finishing

NEW PIECE

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RETAIL DESIGN PROJECT SCOPE: A 10,000 square foot retail venue encompassing the local flavors of Austin, Texas.

ART 512 LIVE & LOCAL FLOOR PLAN

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INSPIRATION


• Small homes mimick the streets of Austin’s most iconic neighborhoods and showcase local artisans works • 24/7 live stream of museum is featured on the website and includes live art performances and with live chat for art inquiries • Framing, packing and shipping services available

MUSEUM PERSPECTIVE

RETAIL/WATER FEATURE PERSPECTIVE

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FINISHES

• Logo t-shirts, cups, tote bags, and hats are available for purchase in retail area • Food trucks provide local Austin flavors • Bands consistently booked are live streaming

STAGE / FOOD TRUCK PERSPECTIVE

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• Local beers on tap and hill country wines are available for purchase • Movable party wall closes off the bar and stage area

BAR PERSPECTIVE

BRANDING

AIREAL VIEW METHODS USED: • Revit • SketchUp • Podium • Photoshop

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COMMERCIAL DESIGN PROJECT SCOPE: A modern co-working space with options for individuals or large teams.

WORK PODS

BUILDING PERSPECTIVE

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BUILDING SECTION

• Two levels of open work areas with private pods and conference rooms • A business center on each level includes print services and computer rental • Recreation area on second level includes pool and pingpong tables


Conference Rooms

Conference Rooms

Pods & Closed Work Spaces

Pods & Closed Work Spaces

Open Work Spaces

Open Work Spaces

Copy & Business Center Open Work Spaces

Elevator

Elevator Open Work Spaces

Coffee Bar

Copy & Business Center

Men’s Women’s RR RR Custom “Work” Spaces

Entry

MAIN LEVEL FLOOR PLAN

Recreation Area Men’s Women’s RR RR Custom “Work” Spaces Open To Below

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CUSTOM BUILT-IN “WORK” ELEVATION

LIGHTING

CUSTOM “WORK” SPACES • Four work-stations are designed out of the letters “WORK” • Each space has custom banquette seating, flip-down desks, and color matched upholstery and details

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• Private pods, by Orangebox, provide personal workspace for individuals or meeting spaces for teams • Each pod has special ventilation systems to keep air flowing and is equipped with its own LED lighting

LOUNGE SEATING

INDIVIDUAL WORK PODS SMALL MEETING POD & LOUNGE SEATING 23


BUZZIES COFFEE BAR PERSPECTIVE

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ACOUSTICAL FURNITURE

OPEN WORK AREA PERSPECTIVE • Buzzies coffee bar serves gourmet coffee, pastries, and sandwiches • Modern furniture pieces from Orangebox with highback sofas and chairs keep conversation private METHODS USED: • AutoCAD • SketchUp • Podium • Photoshop

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HAND RENDERING LIVING ROOM PERSPECTIVE

FAMILY ROOM PERSPECTIVE

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ICONIC CHAIR RENDERINGS


PRESENTATION TECHNIQUES

FURNITURE DESIGN MODELS

RESIDENTIAL DESIGN CONCEPT BOARD DIGITAL: InDesign

HOSPITALITY DESIGN MOOD BOARD DIGITAL: InDesign

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INTERESTS

CUSTOM WINDOW TREATMENT

FOO FOO DOG COLAR

T-SHIRT QUILT

FLOWER POWER BELTS

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GARDEN PARTY HANDB


BAG

BARKITECTURE 2015 My love for vintage jewelry and fabrics is evident in my handbag and accessory business. As I pursued interior design, I designed and created custom window treatments for clients as well as custom t-shirt quilts. I am an avid seamstress and never turn down an opportunity to create something hand-made.

HONEY BEE TREE

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Melissa Moze 512-799-7009

melissamoze@gmail.com linkedin.com/in/melissa-moze-08089366

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