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Michelle Marin Pratt Institute BFA Interior Design 2018 Without the ability to actualize an idea or concept, art and design would not exist. My work is a constant search for the best way to interpret the ideas I have about myself and the world I live in. I do not limit myself to one medium, style, or concept. Inspiration and ideas change. Knowledge changes. Each piece I create is simultaneously an extension from the past, where I have come from, what I have learned, and where I am going.


15 Orthographic Drawings

12 Production Studio

10 Privately Owned Public Space x Prada

7 Lovera Residence

4 Housing Works Renovation


Housing Works Spring 2016

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Design Proposal

Entrance

Display

Dressing Room Restrooom

Sales Counter

Front Entrance

Interior View

View from the Outside

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Section A

Display Tube: To display clothing donation

Incan Inspired Double Entrance

Section B

During the Incan Empire, the homes of important figures or place of worship were noted with this double frame or door system. This would let people know the type of space they were about to enter.

Display

Reading Nook

Display

Frame One

Door

Frame Two

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Lovera Family Residence Fall 2016

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Taxonomies

Materials

Gray Laminate Wood use: Floors in Livingroom Stairs Floors in Bedrooms

Light Brown Slat Wood Panels Use: Walls in Bedromos Walls in Hall Walls in Kitchen Walls in Stairs

Dark Brown Slat Wood Panels Use: Built In Kitchen Cabinets

White Marble Use: Kitchen Island

White Porcelain Tile Use: Floors in Kitchen

Amadore Stone Use: Second Floor Master Bath

Gray Stone Use: Second Floor Bath

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Level One Floor Plan

Level Two Floor Plan

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Privately Owned Public Space x Prada Fall 2017

Production Studio located in Industry City for the Wachowski Sisters with inspiration from The Matrix.

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Program Massing

Program

Employee Storage Offices

POPS

Prada Store

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Production Studio Fall 2017

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Concept Development 1) Layering

2) Lighting

3) Visual

Real World Lighting: The lighting is limited due to the limited energy source the humans have.

Real World Visuals: Limited due to humans not being able to be at all places at one time.

The Matrix: The lighting in the Matrix is very bright due to the abundant amount of energy they machines have.

The Matrix: The machines run the programs and can be anywhere at anytime, seeing everything.

The Matrix Loading Program Inbetween World Training Program The Real World

Phone Booths Employee Lounge Area Editing Rooms

Office Meeting Area

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Employee Lounge Area

Kitchen Area

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Orthographic Drawings

Hand Drafted Cube Diagrams

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Cube Axon

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Steel and Wood Stair Construction Detail

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1 Stair Section Scale:N.T.S

2 Handrail Detail Scale:N.T.S

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