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Pieces from my academic career at The University of Southern Mississippi.

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MORGAN

HARVEY


MORGAN

HARVEY

PORTFOLIO

2015-2016 CONTRACT DESIGN II |

TA B L E O F CONTENTS

RES. DESIGN II | TEXTILES | PORTFOLIO PRES. | PRO. PRAC. AND PROCESSES | ADV. APP. DESIGN THEORY | DESIGN II

2014-2015

HEALTHCARE : ................................................................................................ 4-7

| LUMBERTON HEALTH CLINIC |

COMMERCIAL : ............................................................................................... 8-11

| SPEAK CHICAGO

RESTAURANT + NIGHT CLUB |

INTERIOR DESIGN III | DESIGN I | ARCH. HISTORY | PORTFOLIO

HAND DRAFTING : ........................................................................................ 12-15

DEV. | DESIGN PRES.

| KATE HUBBARD HOUSE RENOVATION |

MEDIA | INTERNAL MAT.

EDUCATION: ..................................................................................................... 16-21

| SCHOOL OF CONSTRUCTION |

JOHNSON SCIENCE TOWER RENOVATION |

AND SYS. | RES. DESIGN I | CONTRACT DESIGN I | SUMMER INTERNSHIP

INTERDISCIPLINARY : ................................................................................. 22-25

| L + H ARCHITECTURE FIRM |

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HOSPITALITY : ................................................................................................. 26-37

| HEX GARDENS HOTEL |

RESIDENTIAL : ................................................................................................ 38-49

| LAWLER KITCHEN RENOVATION |

DOVE HOUSE | TINY HOUSE | OUMA’S

COTTAGE | TUDOR HOME |

INTERIOR DESIGN I | DRAWING II | HISTORY OF FURN. | ARCH. GRAPHICS | INTERIOR

SCHEMATIC DESIGN : ................................................................................. 50-53

DESIGN II | ADV. VIS.

SKETCHING : .................................................................................................... 54-57

LEARNING

PRODUCT DESIGN : ..................................................................................... 58-61

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BOOKLET

HEALTHCARE

healthcare PROJECT

DESIGN Samples from my healthcare design project.

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LUMBERTON HEALTH CLINIC 2013 | VISUAL COMMUNICATIONS PROJECT My first Interior Design project was to renovate an existing building into a local health clinic. Healthcare, patient-staff relations and telemedicine were some factors that were researched. Skills utilized for this design: hand drafting, Revit, space planning, programming and schematic work. Construction documents, renderings and finishes were provided.

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1, 2, | Images show clear paths of egress, appropirate door proximity and accessible counter of 36” H. 3 | Block diagram showing ajacencies, spaces and flow. 4 | Exterior. 5| Space designed for telemedicine healthcare. 6 | ADA: 30” x 48” clear floor space; grab bars. 7 | Typical exam room. fig. 4

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commercial PROJECT

DESIGN Commercial solutions from Advanced Visual Literacy course; construction documents and Revit focused project.

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SPEAK CHICAGO 2014 | ADVANCED VISUAL LITERACY figs. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 fig. 2 1 | First digital perspective rendering using Photoshop and Revit rendering tools. 2 | Prelimenary perspective of the restaurant are of Speak Chicago. 3 | Night Club - Elevation of liquor storage wall. Bar height, track lighting and casement pieces are detailed for further communication. 4 | Frist schedule using the scheduling tool in Revit. 5 | DIMS Plan for the restaurant area. fig. 5 PAGE

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hand drafting PROJECT

DRAFTING Project completed by hand drafting: architectural scale, parallel bar, graphite, ink and architectural lettering will be shown.

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K H H B AT H R O O M RENO.

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2013 | VISUAL LITERACY | HAND DRAFTING COURSE First project in the Interior Design program at Southern Miss; two teams were to design a renovation of an ADA compliant bathroom. Field measurements were taken, drawings were completed with craft and percision.

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figs. 1, 2, 3, 4, 4 1 | Interior Design studio for juniors and seniors. 2 | Living Wall - Vertical Section of partition to show plumbing structure. 3 | Elevation: Living Wall located in the main lobby. 4 | Perspective rendering of the lobby using AutoDesk’s Cloud rendering services. 5Collaborative space for students.

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E D U C AT I O N

education PROJECTS

DESIGN Educational design solutions focusing on student and faculty daily behavior and needs.

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SCHOOL OF CONSTRUCTION 2015 | CONTRACT DES. I CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS |

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The design solution for this project provided users with a functional, collaborative and inspiring space. Elements used to create this environment: living wall and planters to provide plant life, natural lighting, various seating arrangements, plenty of storage for students and multi-funcitonal furniture.

figs. 1, 2, 3, 4, 4 1 | Interior Design studio for juniors and seniors. 2 | Living Wall - Vertical Section of partition to show plumbing structure. 3 | Elevation: Living Wall located in the main lobby. 4 | Perspective rendering of the lobby using AutoDesk’s Cloud rendering services.

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JOHNSON SCIENCE TOWER 2015 | TEAM PROJECT | COMPLETED IN 1 MONTH

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figs. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 1 | Lobby view. 2 | Site plan. 3 |Renovated floor plan. 4 | FInish selections. 5 | Elevator area view. 6 | Corridor elevator area view showing wayfinding signage. Renovated plans, new furniture and layouts, lighting and wayfinding were designed in one month. Two solutions were presented to client board: immediate and long term plans. Teams field measured existing lobby and ten floors of corridors. A drone was used to take the image of the site to get our building shell; the plan was drafted in AutoCAD. A primary goal for this design was to create a collaborative environment. PAGE

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interdisciplinary DESIGN

DESCIPLINARY Commercial office space design, working with a senior Architecture student for entire semester.

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L+H ARCHITECTURE FIRM 2015 | CONTRACT DESIGN II | INTERDISCIPLINARY TEAM PROJECT |

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We were paired with our partners based on personality tests; he was in charge of all MEP files and design, while I was covering the interior. We collaborated throughout, discussed goals, how to incorporate LEAD Codes and Regulations for the benefit of the users and business owner. ADA and LEAD regulations were followed, sustainable and natural elements were major factors for the design. figs. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 1 | View showing LEAD qualified raised flooring that promotes green air flow. 2 | Schematic bubble diagram comparing space location and size, adjacensies and types of spaces. 3 | Floor Plan: Modular glass walls, open work stations, collaboration rooms, ADA R.R.’s and a shower for LEAD Qualification. 4 | Elevation of shower. 5 | Finishes selections.

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hospitality PROJECTS

DESIGN Study and applicatin of the basic design elements in a well crafted manner.

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HEX GARDENS

2015 | CONTRACT DESIGN II Hotel design for New Orleans Warefhouse District; designs for main lobby, a retail space, two guest rooms, restaurant and a cocktail lounge were desgined. Wayfinding, plans, FF&E selections, lighting fixtures and design, ADA regulated plan and renderings were submitted. figs. 1, 2, 3, 1 | Wayfinding plan. 2 | Some finishes for lobby. 3 | Overall plan. fig. 3


figs. 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 4 | Digital Floor Plan: ADA Double Guest Room - clear paths of egress, min. of 36” W corridors, wall hung vanity with covered pipes for users with a wheelchair, grab bars, 60” turning radius, 30” x 48” wheelchair space at lavatory and walk-in shower with nonslip finishes. 5 | Elevation: Bed Wall - showing correct heights for surfaces, fixtures and lighting. 6 | Model of ADA Guest Room: rendered and printed elevations at 1/4” scale were pasted onto foam board that was cut with a matte blade; this model shows room egress and flow, wall locations and proximity and a sense of scale. 7 | Guest Room FInishes (for both). 8 | Main lobby finishes.

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restaurant

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PORTFOLIO

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9 | Floor plan of Gris Gris rendered using Revit and Photoshop. Furniture layout is clearly shown along with custom banquette seating and gold, tiled planters. Two private dining rooms with garage door divider to make the space multi-functional. 10 | Rendered view of dining space and custom planters.

11 | Rendered lobby view. 12 | Gris Gris Restaurant - Reflected Ceiling Plan - communicating various fixture selections, lighting design and placement and ceiling types.

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PORTFOLIO figs. 13, 14, 15, 16 13 | Bad Juju Cocktail Lounge: Rendered view of bar and seating area. 14 | Bad Juju Lounge: Line drafted perspective view of ceiling design, custom planters, light fixtures and Bernhardt benches. 15 | That Voodoo Brew: Retail: rendered perspective of cafe-dining, lounge seating, suspended acoustical clouds, custom wall paneling, acrylic signage with a warm glow light source for illumination. 16 | SketchUp Custom model: tea and herb display and storage for the retail space.

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retail

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Restaurant and Bar (same finish board) and Retail Space finishes: Wallcoverings | Paint | Flooring | Tile | Fabrics | Metal | Venner | Laminates | Granite | Solid Surface | Acrylic | Wood

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RESIDENTIAL

residential PROJECTS

DESIGN Projects completed in courses Residential Design I and II. Revit, SketchUp, Photoshop and InDesign were used for all designs.

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TUDOR HOME 2015 | RES. DESIGN II | HISTORICAL ERA SOLUTION

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1 | Hand rendering of Tudor style sunroom: paneiing, iron fixtures, metal, brick. 2 | Sunroom Finishes: drapery faric, sofa, accent chair and pillow fabric; wood flooring and paint. 3 | Lounge Finishes and barstools: backsplash, metals, cabinetry, trim and tile. 4 | Custom liquor cabinet. 5 | Overall Floor Plan of sunroom and lounge w/wet bar. PAGE

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DOVE HOUSE

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2015 | RES. DESIGN I First residential project - some of the deliverables included: programming, construction documents, renderings and FF&E.

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Renovated Floor Plan notating walls that were demolished during the construction process. 3 | Hand rendering perspective view of the living room: custom shelving and fireplace, warm neutral tones, simple and delicate furniture pieces are shown. 4 | Finish selections for furniture; art, accessories accent pieices and furniture images are grouped around their finish samples. 5 | Schematic hand rendered vignette of living room corner; soft French elements used.

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fig. 3 figs. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 1 | Existing cond. drawing based from field measurements, 2 | field measurements. 3 | Long term plan for aging in place to protect the safety of the client. Paths of egress are clear, door locations are close, grab bars installed in bathroom; laundry room designed for low reaches and plenty of clear floor space no tripping hazards. 4, 5 | Master bedroom and living room views, rendered using SketchUp. fig. 2

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TINY HOUSE 2015 | Residential The concept for Tiny House was derived from the idea of tiny homes that have started emerging in the design world. This project was completed in two weeks - from beginning to presentation. An estimated 700-800 square feet was the amount given for this home. In order to comfortably and aesthetically design a tiny home, extensive space planning and research on functionality and multifuncionting design elements need to be done.

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L AW L E R KITCHEN R E N O VAT I O N 2014 | INTERIOR DESIGN II

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1 | Existing conditions prior renovation planning. 2 | Field measurements collected as a team of four with critical dimensions and notes about the space. 3 | Long term, ADA floor plan drafted in SketchUp.

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Ouma’s Cottage was a team renovation project; each had to areas of the space - I designed the living room and master bedroom. New furniture, finishes and accessories were specified for the design. Electrical, HVAC, demolition, existing and detail plans were created in AutoCAD.


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schematic WORK

DESIGN Glimpses of some schematic work from projects.

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sketching WORK

WORK Glimpses of some schematic work from projects.

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MODELING

model design CAD

WORK A few presentations of custom modeling done using Revit and AutoCAD.

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1 | Daytime Hand Rendering Custom suspended light fixture materialized in dark wood with gold metal split orb forms for the light source; this model was started in SketchUp and was then brought into Revit to insert the light source in the component. 2 | Schematic work. 3 | Rendering using AutoDesk Cloud services. 4 | Night time hand rendering view. fig. 2 PAGE

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THANK Y O U

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MORGAN HARVEY MRH.MORGANRHARVEY@GMAIL.COM 601.260.7465

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