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MONIKA MEDONAITE | INTERIOR DESIGN PORTFOLIO


“DESIGN IS NOT JUST WHAT IT LOOKS LIKE AND FEELS LIKE. DESIGN IS HOW IT WORKS.”

- STEVE JOBS


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BURBERRY HEADQUARTERS

ANDERSON RESIDENCE

ANDERSON RESIDENCE

STUKAS RESIDENCE

RESIDENTIAL LOFT

INTB342 COMMERCIAL DESIGN INTB322 INTERIOR DETAILING & MECHANICAL SYSTEMS

INTB212 RESIDENTIAL DESIGN I

INTB262 CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS

INTB302 RESIDENTIAL DESIGN II

INTB313 DIGITAL MODELING


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CARGO COFFEE

INTB332 ENVIRONMENTAL & SUSTAINABLE DESIGN

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SPROUT

EDPA MIDWEST CHALLENGE

ASA RESIDENCE

LOTUS WELLNESS CENTER

INTB352 HOSPITALITY DESIGN

FIRST PLACE WINNING DESIGN

INTB412 INSTITUTIONAL DESIGN

INTB402 SENIOR STUDIO I INTB422 SENIOR STUDIO II


BURBERRY HEADQUARTERS INTB342 COMMERCIAL DESIGN This course is the design and presentation of a complex commercial project with emphasis on universal and barrier free design as well as the workplace environment. CONCEPT STATEMENT Burberry is relocating their regional office to Schaumburg, IL they are looking to create a visually stimulating workplace that captures the essence of the brand while increasing creativity and collaboration. Sophisticated, slick, and hard surfaces in gloss finishes will be utilized throughout the space combined with a neutral palette to provide contrast and emphasis on their products. The overall design will feature modern elegance and simplicity. Interior offices will be glass enclosed and located along the core of the building, on the perimeter workstations with low partitions will allow the flow of light into the entire space. Latest Technology along with energy saving appliances, no VOC paint and PVC free materials will be utilized throughout. Burberry office design will incorporate function and style to create collaboration and foster innovation.

Reception Area Rendering Produced & Rendered in AutoDesk Revit Enhanced in Adobe Photoshop

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SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS

Produced in AutoDesk AutoCAD Rendered in Adobe Photoshop

FLOOR PLAN


Break Area Rendering Produced & Rendered in AutoDesk Revit Enhanced in Adobe Photoshop

SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS: HAND SKETCHES


Creative & Graphic Staff Workstation Rendering Produced & Rendered in AutoDesk Revit

Armstrong LVT Flooring NA195 Avila Oak Baltic Black

Wilsonart Laminate Y0287K-12 Pepper Alona

Wilsonart Quartz Q1001 Serene

Sherwin-Williams Main Paint SW 7007 Ceiling Bright White

Sherwin-Williams Accent Paint SW 7650 Ellie Gray


Studio TK AC Executive X-Leg Table

Knoll Bertoia Barstool

Knoll Generation Office Chair President/ CEO Office Rendering Produced & Rendered in AutoDesk Revit Enhanced in Adobe Photoshop

Teknion Vignette - Coffee Table Round

Teknion Vignette - Two Seater Sofa

Reception Seating Area Rendering Produced & Rendered in AutoDesk Revit


CUSTOM RECEPTION DESK BURBERRY HEADQUARTERS INTB322 INTERIOR DETAILING & MECHANICAL SYSTEMS This course is a study of the materials, principles and sustainable in basic construction, building, and mechanical systems for interiors. CONCEPT STATEMENT The simple shape of this engaging reception desk compliments the overall office feel, provides ample of storage and privacy while maintaining interaction and approachability. High-contrast materials and a well-balanced arrangement offers a unique point of view, which sets the tone for the open and forwarding-thinking office environment. Produced In AutoDesk AutoCAD

Produced in AutoDesk AutoCAD Rendered in AutoDesk Revit

Drawings are produced in AutoDesk AutoCAD. All drawings labeled at original scale. Full set available upon request.


First Floor Produced in Pen & Ink Hand Rendered in Marker


ANDERSON RESIDENCE INTB212 RESIDENTIAL DESIGN I This course explores the design of residential interiors as a problem solving process, with applications to a variety of residential interiors. Areas of study include concept development, human factors, programming and space planning, color, furniture and finish selection as well as concepts of universal design, sustainability and historic precedent. CONCEPT STATEMENT The Anderson Residence combines Art Deco design with modern and contemporary elements to create a space that addresses each of the family member’s needs. Existing floor plan is rezoned to create an open floor plan with a harmonious flow while maintaining clearly defined private areas. The design will take full advantage of the natural light available to provide warmth and beauty. The combination of clean line geometric furniture with smooth textures and neutral colors throughout the space create a comfortable and relaxing atmosphere. Designed space will feature latest technology while promoting environment responsibly with the use of energy star appliances, eco-friendly cabinetry and energy saving fixtures. Ultimately, the home design will portray the style and needs of the Anderson family in order to bring them together yet providing each of them with a space for privacy. A model is built to 1/4” =1’-0” scale, to function as a study tool to better understand the designed space. Materials used in the construction include foam core, balsa wood and heavy weight vellum.

Second Floor Produced in Pen & Ink Hand Rendered in Marker

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SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS 1ST FLOOR

Master Bedroom Produced in Pen & Ink Hand Rendered in Marker

In-law Suite Produced in Pen & Ink Hand Rendered in Marker


SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS 2ND FLOOR

Living Room Area Produced in Pen & Ink Hand Rendered in Marker

Benjamin Moore Main Paint 1611 Graytint

Benjamin Moore Accent Paint AF-470 Flora

Daltile Porcelain Floor Tile PF04 Portfolio Dove Grey


ANDERSON RESIDENCE INTB262 CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS This course explores the contract document process for interior spaces. Students produce an advanced set of design drawings. CONCEPT STATEMENT To create full set of construction documents based on the design created in INTB212 Residential Design I - Anderson Residence. Drawings are produced in AutoDesk AutoCAD. All drawings labeled at original scale. Full set available upon request.

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DEMOLITION PLAN NOTES 1. Abandon and remove existing casework, cabinets, counter tops, sink and appliances. Remove and cap existing plumbing and associated piping as necessary. Patch all affected surfaces to match new/existing finishes. 2. Remove existing plumbing fixtures and mirror. Patch all affected surfaces to match new finishes. 3. Existing plumbing fixtures to remain. 4. Existing casework and plumbing fixtures to remain. 5. Demolish and remove existing curtain wall, glazing and frame. 6. Demolish and remove existing sliding doors, frame and track. 7. Demolish and remove existing stairs, prep area for a new ramp. See construction plan A-2 for details.


GENERAL DEMOLITION PLAN NOTES 1. Demolish and remove existing partitions as indicated. Abandon and remove all wiring and conduit associated with demolished partition. Patch all affected surfaces to match new/ existing finishes. 2. Carefully remove all existing doors, frames, and hardware as indicated. Store or relocate doors as applicable. Prep all affected surfaces to match new finish. 3. Remove all existing wall covering within scope of work. Prep all surfaces for new finish. See room finish schedule, sheet A-4. 4. Remove all existing floor finishes within scope of work. Prep all surfaces for new finish. See room finish schedule, sheet A-4. 5. Remove all existing ceiling finishes within scope of work. Prep all surfaces for new finish. See reflected ceiling plan. Patch all affected surfaces to match new finishes.


FINISH PLAN NOTES ɶɶ Indicates direction of ceramic tiles. GENERAL FINISH PLAN NOTES 1. Provide and install black rubber transition strips at all doorways between carpet, tile and other flooring materials. Transition strips should be ADA compliant and not more than 1/4” change in height. 2. Provide and install standard straight (toeless) base at all carpeted areas and standard coved (toe) at tile and other surfaces. 3. Contractor to verify carpet and tile patterns and color mixture with designer prior to installation.


STUKAS RESIDENCE INTB302 RESIDENTIAL DESIGN II This course is the design and presentation of a complex residential project with an emphasis on historic precedent. CONCEPT STATEMENT The approach to the Stukas residence kitchen remodel began by creating an open floor plan for the service and public zones where the family and friends can enjoy cooking and socializing together. The space will take advantage of the adjacent dining area to expand the kitchen in order to address the needs and requirements of the client to create a larger kitchen that allows ample space to be utilized by multiple users. The character of the kitchen is defined by a mix of farmhouse style and modern features. The kitchen will be unified with light cabinetry and clean geometric lines. An open shelving system will be used as the focal point. An island cooking area will be created to provide ample work space with additional seating for guests. Throughout the kitchen commercial grade appliances and technology will be used as applicable. Ultimately, the kitchen will portray the style and needs of Sigitas and Loreta in order to bring them a more social yet functional space. Drawings are produced in SketchUp Layout using NKBA standards. All drawings labeled at original scale. Full set available upon request.

Residential Kitchen Rendering Produced in SketchUp Rendered in Podium

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SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS

CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS


Residential Kitchen Rendering Produced in SketchUp Rendered in Podium

Vetrazzo Recycled Glass Counter Top Cobalt Sky

Daltile Glazed Ceramic AP06 Annapolis Sail

Grothouse Solid Wood Surfaces Reclaimed Oak Wood Flat Grain No Stain

Merillat Cabinets Masterpiece Martel Square Biscotti

Armstrong Flooring #755TB Oak Tudor Brown


RESIDENTIAL LOFT INTB313 DIGITAL MODELING This course introduces students to 3D modeling software as a communication tool. Students produce design solutions volumetrically as part of the design process. Students will also apply camera and lighting techniques as they apply to interior environments. CONCEPT STATEMENT The loft was redesigned to suit the clients needs for a contemporary and industrial loft that is located in the heart of downtown Chicago. The character of the space was achieved with the use of exposed brick, stained concrete and wood throughout the space. Ample of artificial lighting provides comfort while maximizing natural light with highly reflective flooring material which becomes an important part of design. Energy saving appliances and recycled wood are utilized throughout the space, as applicable.

Residential Living Room Daylight Rendering Produced & Rendered in AutoDesk 3DS MAX

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Residential Bedroom Daylight Rendering Produced & Rendered in AutoDesk 3DS MAX

Daltile Porcelain Tile HM06 Haut Monde Empire Black

Kitchen Craft Cabinets Soho Horizontal Thermofoil Silt

Daltile One Quartz Surface NQ06 Nature Flecks Calacatta

Kravet Rug Deepwash Ocean Surf Abstract CK-101350.OCE

Stainless Steel Appliances and Fixtures


Residential Bathroom Rendering Produced & Rendered in AutoDesk 3DS MAX

Residential Kitchen Rendering Produced & Rendered in AutoDesk 3DS MAX

Residential Living Room Rendering Produced & Rendered in AutoDesk 3DS MAX

Residential Living Room & Kitchen Rendering Produced & Rendered in AutoDesk 3DS MAX


CARGO COFFEE INTB332 ENVIRONMENTAL & SUSTAINABLE DESIGN This course covers the principles and practices of sustainable and environmental design as applied to a design project. CONCEPT STATEMENT Cargo Coffee will be located in New York City on the corner of 2nd and 92nd street. Construction for the coffee house will begin using sustainable and environmental materials and products to meet LEED requirements. The overall design of the space will be rustic and nature inspired, incorporating much of recycled materials. Building will be constructed using 40’ and 20’ shipping containers.

Transaction Counter Rendering Produced in SketchUp Enhanced in Adobe Photoshop

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SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS

FIRST FLOOR PLAN

SECOND FLOOR PLAN


Bar Top Seating Area Rendering Produced in SketchUp Enhanced in Adobe Photoshop

First Floor Seating Area Rendering Produced in SketchUp Enhanced in Adobe Photoshop

Lumicor Recycled Resin Natural Decor Java

Daltile Glazed Ceramic AP06 Annapolis Sail

Sherwin Williams Paint SW 6078 Realist Beige

Managers Office Rendering Produced in SketchUp Enhanced in Adobe Photoshop

Sherwin Williams Paint SW 7510 Chateau Brown

Shaw Hard Surface 0186V Quite Cover 0079 Black Walnut


SPROUT INTB352 HOSPITALITY DESIGN This course is the design and presentation of a hospitality project with emphasis on innovation and creativity. CONCEPT STATEMENT Sprout is a contemporary American restaurant located in Chicago, Illinois. The restaurant focuses on seasonal fresh food, primarily farm to table, that is served family style. The designed restaurant space will feature elements of contemporary design that is mixed with a touch of industrial design through the use of architectural elements, lighting, and custom furniture. The restaurant will feature a large closed kitchen, bar with seating, an outdoor patio area and main dining area with table and booth seating. A neutral color scheme will be created with the use of gray concrete throughout the design. A combination of warm hard wood and living walls will create an inviting atmosphere, they will be featured in various uses to create unity. A custom ceiling design mounted below acoustical ceiling tiles will provide ambient lighting throughout the restaurant and increase sound isolation. Eco-friendly materials, fixtures and appliances will be utilized throughout the space, as applicable. Sprout restaurant will provide customers, families and friends with an environment that encourages them to enjoy, savor and explore the flavors and possibilities of seasonal food.

Reception & Dining Area Rendering Reception & Dining Area Rendering Produced & Rendered in AutoDesk Revit Produced & Rendered in AutoDesk Revit

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ADJACENCY MATRIX

SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS

LEGEND: - MAJOR IMPORTANCE - CONVENIENT - NO IMPORTANCE SF - SQUARE FEET

FLOOR PLAN

O/C - OPEN/ CLOSED PA - PUBLIC ACCESS DL - DAYLIGHT PR - PRIVACY

PL - PLUMBING EQ - EQUIPMENT Y - YES N - NO


Restroom Rendering Produced & Rendered in AutoDesk Revit

Dining Area Rendering Produced & Rendered in AutoDesk Revit

Maharam Window Fabric 281620 Campas by Kvadrat

Robert Allen Seating Fabric Eva Velvet 246761 Ash

Armstrong LVT Flooring NA121 Coastal Crafted Boardwalk

Bar Area Rendering Produced & Rendered in AutoDesk Revit

Virginia Tile Porcelain Tile Unika ABK Grey

Storka Porcelain Tile Vivo Hexagon Deco Milano


EDPA MIDWEST CHALLENGE FIRST PLACE WINNING TEAM DESIGN A collaboration between Graphic Design and Interior Design Majors. This project took the first place at the student design competition help by EDPA Midwest. The students where asked to submit an Exhibit Design for The Counter Top Factory working in teams of two. The award ceremony took place at the 2016 EDPA Presenters Challenge where the winning team received the opportunity to present their design to the audience. CONCEPT STATEMENT The overall design is to create an architectural space within a space in order to establish The Counter Top Factory’s leadership, presence and abilities in the hospitality market, while maintaining brand identity. The exhibit design will feature interactive areas for users to experience TCF’s products in order to drive an interactive user experience that will achieve a stand out presence and drive qualified sales. The concept of this design is to provide a high-impact “WOW Factor” that is engaging, creative and customer driven. This booth will feature a two story design that is meant to capture audience attention and bring them into the booth to further explore what TCF has to offer through interchangeable graphics and videos. DESIGN INFORMATION Size: 20’ x 30’ Budget: $115,000.00 Show: Nightclub & Bar Expo March 29, 2017 Location: Las Vegas Convention Center

Exhibit Design Front Area Rendering Produced & Rendered in AutoDesk Revit

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SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS

FIRST FLOOR PLAN

SECOND FLOOR PLAN


Exhibit Design 2nd Floor Area Rendering Produced & Rendered in AutoDesk Revit

Exhibit Design Bar Area Rendering Produced & Rendered in AutoDesk Revit

Brumark FlexFloor Exotic Hardwoods Chestnut

Exhibit Design Lounge Area Rendering Produced & Rendered in AutoDesk Revit

Wilsonart Laminate 7949 Asian Night

Wilsonart Quartz Q4004 Mehndi

Wilsonart Quartz Q4008 Haida

KnollTextiles Delite Red K20262


ASA RESIDENCE INTB412 INSTITUTIONAL DESIGN This course is the design and presentation of an Institutional Project with emphasis on anthropometrics, human factors, and human behavior. Overall building design was created as a team assignment, with individuals focusing on dedicated areas. FACILITY CONCEPT STATEMENT Our community is designed around gathering together to enjoy every daily activity imaginable. The residents will truly feel at home and surrounded by the perfect balance of serenity and energy as they spend their days here with us. The carefully thought out design provides the capability to suit the needs of the mature population in many stages of their lives. DESIGNED PUBLIC SPACE CONCEPT STATEMENT The pool area and locker rooms of the ASA Residence are dedicated to all of the residents and their guests to use at their convenience. The pool area will be designed with a modern touch, clean lines, curtain walls and brighter colors to bring warmth year round. The locker rooms are placed with an entrance directly into the pool for easy access and privacy. Locker rooms feature dual flush toilets and motion censored faucets. The facility is open for the residents to use all the amenities 24/7 which can be accessed with a key card. By offering these facilities residents are able to get exercise, relaxation and other services that contribute to the overall well-being.

Pool Rendering Produced & Rendered in AutoDesk Revit Enhanced in Adobe Photoshop

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FLOOR PLAN

PUBLIC AREA PRIVATE/ LIVING AREA DESIGNED SPACE 1. POOL 2. WOMEN’S LOCKER ROOM 3. MEN’S LOCKER ROOM 4. ASSISTED LIVING STUDIO APARTMENT


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DESIGNED SPACE PUBLIC AREA FLOOR PLAN

Full schedule set available upon request.


Female Locker Room Rendering Produced & Rendered in AutoDesk Revit

Male Locker Room Rendering Produced & Rendered in AutoDesk Revit

Daltile Porcelain Tile LP20 Linden Point Beige

Daltile Mosaic Tile UP10 Uptown Glass Exotic Ivory

Sherwin-Williams Main Paint SW 6191 Contented

Pool Rendering Produced & Rendered in AutoDesk Revit

Sherwin-Williams Main Paint SW 9016 La Luna Amarilla

Sherwin-Williams Accent Paint SW 6633 Inventive Orange


DESIGNED SPACE ASSISTED LIVING STUDIO FLOOR PLAN

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DESIGNED SPACE ASSISTED LIVING STUDIO CONCEPT STATEMENT In the residential assisted living studio, the overall character of the space is transitional with neutral color schemes and furniture, to allow the residents to bring their own touch to the spaces.

Ample amount of lighting in the units provide clear visibility creating comfort and home like environment. Unit is designed to be located along one main corridor to provide ease of access to one common area and outdoor space.

Each unit will have access to a common area that includes a kitchen, dining and living area. Low VOC paint and carpeting are utilized throughout the space, along with energy saving appliances and furnishings that are easy to utilize.


Assisted Living Studio Bathroom Rendering Produced & Rendered in AutoDesk Revit

Assisted Living Studio Bathroom Rendering Produced & Rendered in AutoDesk Revit

Assisted Living Studio Kitchen Rendering Produced & Rendered in AutoDesk Revit

Shaw Contract Carpet Layer 5A183 83111

Momentum Manton Chair Fabric Method B76-01

D.L.Couch Wallcovering Bristol ASL-135811 Oyster

Sherwin-Williams Bathroom Paint SW 6043 Unfussy Beige

Daltile Mosaic Tile CW22 Color Wave Soft Cashmere


Flexsteel Manton Chair HM108-10

Flexsteel Argon Round Dining Table AT005-0546 Assisted Living Studio Bedroom Rendering Produced & Rendered in AutoDesk Revit

Flexsteel Daggett Chair HA728-10

C.F. Stinson Daggett Chair Fabric Revolution D58-80

Sherwin-Williams Main Paint SW 7005 Pure White

MDC Wallcovering MSP4502 Spencer Raku

Flexsteel Thermofilm Casegood Finish Chocolate Pear


LOTUS WELLNESS CENTER INTB402 SENIOR STUDIO I & INTB422 SENIOR STUDIO II Skills from the entire program are leveraged into a final portfolio project motivated by environmentally sound, cost-effective and responsible design practices. CONCEPT STATEMENT Lotus Wellness Center will be located in Chicago, Illinois and focus on creating a holistic approach to healing. The facility will be designed with an extensive focus placed on universal design. This will be achieved through the use of equipment that is useful and marketable with users of all abilities and has the flexibility to accommodate individual preferences. The facility layout and design will be easy for the users to navigate and understand. The overall concept will be for all the spaces to be used by individuals with a low physical effort and comfortably, this will be achieved in part by maintaining appropriate sizes and spaces for approach and use for all individuals. The designed space will feature elements from the surrounding Chicago land nature. A blending together of rich textures, modern shapes, and innovative design will enrich the overall client experience of the facility. The wellness center will feature large exercise areas, along with a pool and an intimate yoga and meditation room. A neutral color scheme will be created with a use of natural elements throughout the design. Custom ceiling design in the reception area will provide acoustical separation and add an interest factor to the space. Eco- friendly materials, fixtures and appliances will be utilized throughout the space, as applicable. Lotus Wellness Center will provide a nurturing, happy and healthy environment that encourage users to be themselves and to better their lives through a holistic approach.

Reception Area Rendering Produced & Rendered in AutoDesk Revit

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SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS

SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS: BUBBLES

SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS: HAND SKETCHES

Reception Area

Reception Area Seating

Fitness Area Seating


FIRST FLOOR PLAN

SECOND FLOOR PLAN


Fitness Area Rendering Produced & Rendered in AutoDesk Revit

Platform Surfaces Rubber Flooring FD638

Interface HN810 Human Nature 104214 Nickel

Interface HN830 Human Nature 104242 Kiwi

3Form Pressed Glass Artisan Fray Smoke Pressed

Sherwin Williams Paint SW 7032 Warm Stone


Armstrong Ceiling Metalworks Blades - Classics 7201 Effects Walnut FXWN

Lounge Area Rendering Produced & Rendered in AutoDesk Revit

Haworth Openest Chick Pouf Castwold - Dandelion Castwold - Anquilla King - Medium Grey

Haworth Openest Sprig Table Small Round Walnut Painted Aluminum Legs: Black

Fitness Area Rendering Produced & Rendered in AutoDesk Revit


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