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gettyimages Retail

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This commercial space will attract tourists because this image store will display the most popular images that range in categories from sports to animals, to lifestyle. For first time visitors, they will be able to use the computers and browse through the latest images. They can also view the images in suspended display fixtures that rotate around to look at all the images. The other type of people coming to this store are business people who want to look at the image before purchasing it. Typically, these business people are individuals of major company leaders. Overall, our design is modular pieces that are broken down to display images through visual and tactile strategies.

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North Hollywood, CA

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Plans Not to Scale TRACK LIGHT SIZE: APERTURE: 3 5 8" L:7" H: 1014"

SHORT PENDANT SHADE: WHITE DRIZZLE SHORT CYLINDER SIZE: W: 3 3 8" H: 6"

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Project by: Nanci Garcilazo


In many circumstances there are times in which there is no time to say goodbye because we do not suspect that time will be the last time we see someone. Ultimately, we encounter that moment in life in which we would like to have a moment to remember our loss and offer our last toast to the gone. This project captures that moment of loss and proposes an eating experience that surrounds us by the gone, but at the same time, provides us with something that connects to them, food and drinks. In this last toast, people will reminiscence the gone and drink the last glass of wine to honor their goodbyes.

Flower Shop Space of Contemplation

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Space of Contemplation

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Karaoke Bar

The Last Toast

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Karaoke Bar

Space of Contemplation

Downtown L.A. CA

Elevator Lobby

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Project by: Nanci Garcilazo


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The Alphabet Corner

Through explorations of analyzing children in any environment that ranges from home to school, there has been similarities on how children act on any given space. Children tend to try to make anything playful, by crawling into tiny spaces or hiding inside small objects. In a similar way, shadow has two meanings, a positive side, which is shadow as shade, and a negative side, shadow as scary. People typically are more drawn towards shade because it feels welcoming. In the same way, children are drawn to certain areas because they see the positive and playful part of it. At schools, children learn to not only to read and write, but also learn how to interact with other children. The interaction phase is something that can get conflicting when children start debating about which space they want to use for reading and working purposes. The limited spaces in classrooms make it conflicting for these children to work comfortably; therefore having multifunctional, movable, and playful furniture, symbolizes the playfulness of shadow and the process for learning.

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South Pasadena, CA

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Project by: Nanci Garcilazo

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