SD Mesa 2020 Interior Design Graduate Presentations

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2020 INTERIOR DESIGN GRADUATE PRESENTATIONS


ABOUT THE PROGRAM

FACULTY

The Mesa Interior Design Program offers a

Amy Aswell, CID, LEED AP

comprehensive and professionally relevant curriculum.

Sarah Kim, NCIDQ, LEED Green Associate

It includes technical knowledge and skill, creative problem solving, environmental applications, critical thinking and professional practice. Emphasis is placed on the fundamental relationship between interior design, architecture and the visual and decorative arts. Students prepare drawings and documents to communicate design intent with other professionals in the field as well as to protect the health, safety and welfare of the public. The program is Accredited by the National Kitchen and Bath Association (NKBA). The AS degree is recommended for students planning to take the National Council for Interior Design Qualification (NCIDQ) exam or the California Council of Interior Design Certification (CCIDC) IDEX exam.

ADJUNCT FACULTY B a i l e y B i s h op Myriem Drainer Jeffrey Hines Helene Lindquist Karen Lowe Linda Medina Ann Parker Briana Rempel


2020 GRADUATES MARY BLUE

TAMERA MACY

ALIDA BRITT

PAOLA NAJERA

BARBARA DIAZ

KARA PERRICONE

FELICIA E FRANCIS

ASHLEY REAL

NATHALIA FREITAS PAZIAN

SYDNEY SANTERO

TERESA GARCIA

IRYNA SINANIS

RICHARD GREEN

MELISSA STORY

JANET HARDOWIN

BARBARA TWO STARS

AREZOU HOSSEINKHANI

CAROLINA VASQUEZ

MADELINE LEININGER

ERIKA VIVAR HERRERA

DIANA LUCERO

ONCHIRA YOUNG

ALANA LUKEN

GRADUATE PRESENTATIONS 1.

NATHALIA FREITAS PAZIAN

2.

FELICIA E FRANCIS

3.

IRYNA SINANIS

4.

ERIKA VIVAR HERRERA

5.

AREZOU HOSSEINKHANI

6.

TAMERA MACY

7.

PAOLA NAJERA


NATHALIA FREITAS PAZIAN I started my journey back in Brazil, where I was born and lived for the most part of my life. I have always felt a strong connection to the arts since a very young age. After graduating from high school I did two years of Architectural School, but realized it wasn’t for me. My passion has always been interiors design. A few years ago I came to the U.S. with the goal of learning english and pursuing an Associates of Science Degree in Interior Design at San Diego Mesa College.


Neutral Retreat was designed in a way to emphasize the Spanish Modern Architecture of the house, La Jolla’s landscape, and the collection of artifacts the clients have acquired throughout their lives. For this reason, the color scheme chosen for this project is really settle and netral. The furniture has a handmade feel to bring a nature feeling for this space. The materials chosen also fall into the same concept and are neutral, but yet, with a lot of character. NATHALIA FREITAS PAZIAN


NKBA - Student Design Competition - Bathroom Liam and Olivia Taylor are a married couple in their mid 40s who recently relocated to a contemporary home in Boulder, Colorado. They are looking to update their bathroom to something more suitable to their styles. Olivia likes a shabby-chic vibe, neutrals with pops of color and patterns, while Liam prefers mixed materials and favors function over style. NATHALIA FREITAS PAZIAN


Lieb & Lieb is a four women-owned Business law firm located in Downtown San Diego, focused on Women-Owned Small Businesses. Their mission is to empower women entrepreneurs to revolutionize the business segment. At Lieb & Lieb they help their clients at every point in the business life-cycle. For this reason, the Lobby was designed to reflect the company’s mission in order to make their clients feel welcomed and embraced. The lobby was designed in an earthy contemporary feminine tone. The color palette falls on the browns, creams, and greys with a touch of pale pink. NATHALIA FREITAS PAZIAN


Adobe Retreat was designed from the research done on the life and works of Georgia O'Keeffe. Her work and lifestyle were translated into the design to create an atmosphere of a modern adobe house. With the use of organic forms and shapes, pastel colors, as well as natural and rough materials, it was possible to create this atmosphere. The lighting in this project was designed in a way to emphasize the architectural features of this house. The intention was to keep it very minimalist and simple, and still be able to complement the design as a whole, creating an inviting and relaxing atmosphere. This mood was achieved by the use of contrast dark vs light. NATHALIA FREITAS PAZIAN



FELICIA E FRANCIS Just about two years I arrived in San Diego on a bit of a whim, with the intention of starting on a new path, a path to pursue a lifelong curiosity. So glad that I did, my time at Mesa had been a great learning experience with so many opportunities for growth, both inside and out of the classroom. I look forward to my future within interior design.


AMA LUR BASQUE RESTAURANT DESIGN Inspired by the rich and diverse Basque history, the Ama Lur restaurant concept is meant to represent at merger of contrasts. Exploring the relationship of nature vs. architecture, past and present, in the end creating a balanced interaction that features the qualities of each aspect.

INTE 205 | NON RESIDENTIAL DESIGN | SPRING 2020 FELICIA FRANCIS


ROBOLINK OFFICE DESIGN CONCEPT The Robolink office is home to a variety of activity, it’s a flourishing business, a center for learning and exploration for future generations, and a community hub for local STEM enthusiasts. The objective is to create a space accessible to all users, connected by nods to nature, curvilinear forms, and soft edges space. The spaces within the office should provide flexibility and be connected fluidly. As users experience the reimaged space, they should be met with a sense of comfort and whimsy, assisting in promoting creativity, curiosity, and active learning for all users, incline with Robolink’s company goals.

INTE 205 | NON RESIDENTIAL DESIGN | SPRING 2020 FELICIA FRANCIS


INTE 210 | PRESENTATION & COLOR RENDERING | SPRING 2020 FELICIA FRANCIS


CONCEPTUAL DRAWINGS

Poppy Portable LED Lamp

CUSTOM LUMINAIRE DESIGN PROJECT Inspired from the versatility of candle light, Poppy is designed to add light to any space with ease. Lightweight and portable, the Poppy lamp can lean against a surface or hang from a simple ďŹ nishing nail in the wall.

INTE 205 | ENVIRONMENTAL LIGHTING DESIGN | SPRING 2020 FELICIA FRANCIS



IRYNA SINANIS I’m a creative Ukrainian soul that found her way to the land of freedom. I live in San Diego, but call many places home. Studying Interior Design has been an incredible journey. Doing creative work is a favorite, and whether that’s designing spaces, visual presentations, or custom elements, I thoroughly enjoy doing so. I have a strong connection with nature, fresh mountain air, breathtaking sunsets over the water, all of which have been my main inspirations throughout the years. The approach style I take with the work I create is very much simplistic but also focused on details. I love what I do and adore the creative process; it is addictive and can give never ending possibilities.


INTE 112B - Visual Communication 2 | Project 1 To design a kitchen remodel. Develop new SketchUp skills, learn how to create presentation board in Layout, use different types of program tools to help deďŹ ne space, materials, speciďŹ cations, and showcase overall design and concept. IRYNA SINANIS


INTE 112B - Visual Communication 2 | Project 3 To design an IIDA Trade Show Booth, with given guidelines and rules. Develop unique design concept including custom elements, that could beautifully represent IIDA community as well as incorporate furniture provided by Vitra - international commercial furniture company. IRYNA SINANIS


INTE 110 - Materials & Resources | Project 1 To design a Model Home, that can show an example of furniture and materials choices to the client,, based on learning about their textures, ratings, quality, color scheme, etc. IRYNA SINANIS


INTE 105 - Residential Space Planning | Project 2 To create a concept, design, and build a model of a Mountain Villa Retreat ADA accessible, motivated and inspired by given name of and Japanese artist Katsushika Hokusai. Who is best known as an author of the woodblock print series Thirty Six Views of Mount Fuji, which includes the internationally iconic print - The Great Wave off Kanagawa. The shape of the retreat is designed to recreate the feeling of power, stability, and unity of Mount Fuji. The centered Fireplace as a focal point, represents the pick of the mountain, that is also a source of life, that brings people together. IRYNA SINANIS


INTE 205 -Non-Residential Space Planning | Project 1 To design an office for San Diego startup tech company Robolink, to accommodate increased number of employees and clients. The company would like to incorporate educational spaces within the office. The office will be used by diverse demographics including elementary to middle school students, parents, employees, and part-time instructors. Therefore, this project is developed to satisfy both office and educational design criteria. Additionally, the company supports sustainability for the next generation and wants sustainable design solutions in this project without sacriďŹ cing design aesthetics or programming requirements. IRYNA SINANIS


INTE 205 -Non-residential Space Planning | Project 2 To design a restaurant inspired by culture of a specific region. Based on new researches and ideas, I was inspired by Moroccan culture. This is a traditional style Moroccan restaurant with bold rich colors, textures, and multiple arabic elements. The name of the restaurant is “Al Mogador” that is a port island that connects part of North Africa with the rest of the world. IRYNA SINANIS


THANK YOU Today I’m so proud to be graduating to become a Certified Interior Designer. Chasing a dream requires efforts, passion, and hard work. There were moments when I struggled, there were also the ones when I felt an absolute satisfaction and strength. Looking back, it was all worth it. I’m so grateful to all my brilliant professors and colleagues. They pushed me and inspired me throughout the years. The journey of life brings both challenges and chances. Now, I want to continue to follow my dream and my vision as they are the core of my soul, the blueprints of my ultimate achievements. IRYNA SINANIS


ERIKA VIVAR HERRERA I love to design and create different spaces. I’m from Mexico. I grew up thinking that interior design was only a TV show that I loved to watch. I moved to San Diego in 2011, not knowing that I would find my dream career and start my new path. I’m passionate about art and design. I have a desire to grow on the field and personal. I love to do residential designs, but I would love to work in commercial designs. I like to keep learning about design and innovation. My goal is to be recognized for my job and effort.


Condominium Design It is a condominium design for a blogger, Kathy Esquivel. She is a fashion blogger from Lima, Peru. She is a young woman that gives tips about fashion and lifestyle to make your life easier. Her genre in general is fashion. The goal is to create a living space for her, but also a workspace that ďŹ ts her fashionista life.

ERIKA VIVAR HERRERA


Open area

Office Close Area

Bar

Restaurant Design Leah and Paul Hamilton. The restaurant was designed to be a relaxing place. The tropical style was given with a lot of brown colors, wood, and palm trees wallpaper. These materials were the key to make a peaceful environment. Their restaurant is open for lunch and dinner. The building has an ADA Restroom, office, small storage and, small cleaning storage.

ERIKA VIVAR HERRERA


Master Bedroom

Kitchen Patio

Guest Bedroom

Living Room

Living Space Design Mid-century tropical is the perfect concept for Leah and Paul Hamilton. They will feel free inside their house. Neutral colors and accent point will make the house feel fun, interesting and comfortable to live in.

ERIKA VIVAR HERRERA


Restaurant design inspire by a culture. Mudik is a native Indonesian word that means tradicional homecoming. Expected to be in Bali, indonesia feel the nature around you and breath natural air. As its name, Mudik is a place where native people and visitors will feel transported. ERIKA VIVAR HERRERA



AREZOU HOSSEINKHANI I got my bachelor’s degree in software engineering, after a while I realize that being a software engineer is not a job that I like to do for the rest of my life. I am passionate about design and interior design is the kind of job that I would like to have for the rest of my life. The Style which I like the most is contemporary but During these three years for doing my projects I challenged myself with different styles. I am eager to learn new things and I am open to design different styles. Instagram: Arezou.designn | Arezou.hv@gmail.com


The future comes to campus every day – with radically different expectations. Tech-savvy, connected and aware of the global economy, students, families and academia’s top talent place increasingly high demands on education at all levels. Forward thinking institutions must respond by creating radically different experiences. AREZOU HOSSEINKHANI


Next Hub is a space for students of all age to progress and improve their skills, which are elements of growth and strength of a mind in this space. Next hub is designed to be exible and conceptual for students. The design includes space planning to provide students of all ages to connect, explore and collaborate in learning experience. Next Hub is in Washington D.C. and, therefore, the design of Next Hub is inspired by the river that is next to Washington D.C. The shape of the river looks like a tree, seen from above, like seeing the river in a 2D map. Tree is a symbol of the wisdom, growth, and strengths. Students in Next Hub will gain knowledge by studying and collaborating with each other, within a exible design that conveys the element of growth throughout the space. AREZOU HOSSEINKHANI


Liam and Olivia Taylor are a married couple in their mid 40s who recently relocated to a contemporary home in Boulder, Colorado, owing to Olivia’s promotion within the tech industry. Olivia likes a shabby-chic vibe, neutrals with pops of color and patterns, while Liam prefers mixed materials and favors function over style. Since moving to Colorado, they’ve become more interested in sustainable design and hope to incorporate that into their remodeling project. They both would like to have their kitchen and bath spaces be a blend of their tastes to create a design that they can settle into and enjoy for many years to come. AREZOU HOSSEINKHANI


Liam and Olivia Taylor are a married couple in their mid 40s who recently relocated to a contemporary home in Boulder, Colorado, owing to Olivia’s promotion within the tech industry. Olivia likes a shabby-chic vibe, neutrals with pops of color and patterns, while Liam prefers mixed materials and favors function over style. Since moving to Colorado, they’ve become more interested in sustainable design and hope to incorporate that into their remodeling project. They both would like to have their kitchen and bath spaces be a blend of their tastes to create a design that they can settle into and enjoy for many years to come.

AREZOU HOSSEINKHANI


Hand Rendering Making a cozy and artistic space by using wood ooring and having some art pieces like a rug and a sculpture. Using big windows to have the ocean view as much as possible. Arced windows make the space more Spanish style and using neutral colors and wood as a bold color make the space more Spanish modern style. For making connection inside and outside using blue color and for adding interest to it adding orange color as accent colors. AREZOU HOSSEINKHANI


TAMERA MACY


Zen Meets Industrial‌ Clean lines, soothing colors, and large black-framed windows, in a contemporary condo, overlooking the beautiful San Francisco Bay...

NKBA San Diego Chapter Star Student Bathroom Design Award 2019 TAMERA MACY


7th Annual Steelcase NEXT Student Design Competition... All students had to design a 10,600 sq. ft. space to support learning. Included in the project is a computer lab, cafe, learning commons, classrooms, counseling offices, hourly childcare and a mother’s room.

TAMERA MACY


An Interior Designer and her Artist Husband... Nicole’s home and business include a successful design showroom, art gallery and a beautiful eclectic home.

TAMERA MACY


An Artist’s Home...Salvadore Dali style Dali, a Spanish Surrealist painter inspires the designer to create an amoeba shaped home.

TAMERA MACY


TAMERA MACY tamera.macy@gmail.com Instagram: designs_by_tameramacy

TAMERA MACY












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