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collaborative design-build studio competition (cal poly san luis obispo) for the college of agriculture, food & environmental resources

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asca/aisc steel design competition “life cycle of a school� - phoenix, az

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architectural dissertation research space [+] light explorations

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professional work experience h.f. mager, inc. structural engineers

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professional work experience brion jeannette architecture

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professional work experience pacific design directions

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professional work experience moirai conceptual designs


Collaborative Design-Build Studio Competition

For The College of Agriculture, Food & Environmental Resources at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo


project: Co l l a b o r a t i ve D e s i g n - B u i l d S t u d i o Co m p e t i t i o n College of Agriculture, Food & Environmental Resources

This aim of the competition was to develop a new entry for the College of Agriculture, Food, and Environmental Sciences (CAFES) at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo. The overall conceptual plan focused on three project areas: visitor center (main focus), entry sequence and a new education building with a new lecture hall.

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The competition additionally focused on a collaborative effort between architecture and construction management students to delivery a design-build project delivery process from a professional perspective, accompaned with a faux firm name, Avid Design Group.


project: Co l l a b o r a t i ve D e s i g n - B u i l d S t u d i o Co m p e t i t i o n College of Agriculture, Food & Environmental Resources

This aim of the competition was to develop a new entry for the College of Agriculture, Food, and Environmental Sciences (CAFES) at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo. The overall conceptual plan focused on three project areas: visitor center (main focus), entry sequence and a new education building with a new lecture hall.

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The competition additionally focused on a collaborative effort between architecture and construction management students to delivery a design-build project delivery process from a professional perspective, accompaned with a faux firm name, Avid Design Group.


project: Co l l a b o r a t i ve D e s i g n - B u i l d S t u d i o Co m p e t i t i o n College of Agriculture, Food & Environmental Resources

This aim of the competition was to develop a new entry for the College of Agriculture, Food, and Environmental Sciences (CAFES) at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo. The overall conceptual plan focused on three project areas: visitor center (main focus), entry sequence and a new education building with a new lecture hall.

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The competition additionally focused on a collaborative effort between architecture and construction management students to delivery a design-build project delivery process from a professional perspective, accompaned with a faux firm name, Avid Design Group.


project: Co l l a b o r a t i ve D e s i g n - B u i l d S t u d i o Co m p e t i t i o n College of Agriculture, Food & Environmental Resources

This aim of the competition was to develop a new entry for the College of Agriculture, Food, and Environmental Sciences (CAFES) at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo. The overall conceptual plan focused on three project areas: visitor center (main focus), entry sequence and a new education building with a new lecture hall.

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The competition additionally focused on a collaborative effort between architecture and construction management students to delivery a design-build project delivery process from a professional perspective, accompaned with a faux firm name, Avid Design Group.


project: Co l l a b o r a t i ve D e s i g n - B u i l d S t u d i o Co m p e t i t i o n College of Agriculture, Food & Environmental Resources

This aim of the competition was to develop a new entry for the College of Agriculture, Food, and Environmental Sciences (CAFES) at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo. The overall conceptual plan focused on three project areas: visitor center (main focus), entry sequence and a new education building with a new lecture hall.

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The competition additionally focused on a collaborative effort between architecture and construction management students to delivery a design-build project delivery process from a professional perspective, accompaned with a faux firm name, Avid Design Group.


project: Co l l a b o r a t i ve D e s i g n - B u i l d S t u d i o Co m p e t i t i o n College of Agriculture, Food & Environmental Resources

This aim of the competition was to develop a new entry for the College of Agriculture, Food, and Environmental Sciences (CAFES) at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo. The overall conceptual plan focused on three project areas: visitor center (main focus), entry sequence and a new education building with a new lecture hall.

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The competition additionally focused on a collaborative effort between architecture and construction management students to delivery a design-build project delivery process from a professional perspective, accompaned with a faux firm name, Avid Design Group.


project: Co l l a b o r a t i ve D e s i g n - B u i l d S t u d i o Co m p e t i t i o n College of Agriculture, Food & Environmental Resources

This aim of the competition was to develop a new entry for the College of Agriculture, Food, and Environmental Sciences (CAFES) at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo. The overall conceptual plan focused on three project areas: visitor center (main focus), entry sequence and a new education building with a new lecture hall.

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The competition additionally focused on a collaborative effort between architecture and construction management students to delivery a design-build project delivery process from a professional perspective, accompaned with a faux firm name, Avid Design Group.


ASCA / AISC Steel Design Competition

“Life Cycle of a School” - Phoenix, AZ.


The Steel Design Competition titled “LIfe Cycle of the a School”, sponsored by the ASCA/AISC organizations focuse on a interdisceiplinay appoach between architecture, engineering and construction management. Through the “life cycle” of the design process, consultation between Buro Happold consultants assisted in developing the design advent by utilizing a variety of developement tools, such as: a CNC Machine, laser cutter and 3D software. Based on the ideas of INTERLACING and TRANSFORMATION, the Pheonix Performing Arts Center and School adapts and weaves itself Pheonix to create a more vibrant city, and presents itself as an icon. It weaves itself intothe desert, defying most conventions of urban desert architecture and producing a sustainable and comfortable building, demostrating the understanding that must occue to live with the desert. Together with the Central Library and the Arts Museum, the Performing Arts Cneter will spur the weaving of artistic and educational fabric of Pheonix.

Program Interweaving

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project: A S C A / A I S C S t e e l D e s i g n Co m p e t i t i o n Life Cycle of a School - Phoenix, AZ.

Park Interweaving/ continuity

Freeway Interweaving

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PERFORMING ARTS CENTER AND SCHOOL FROM WESTBOUND I-10

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Section Through Library Integration with Existing Site

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Performing Arts Center and School From Westbound I-10

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Library/Classrooms - Section

Section Through Performing Arts Theatre, Classrooms and Library


project: Co l l a b o r a t i ve D e s i g n - B u i l d S t u d i o Co m p e t i t i o n College of Agriculture, Food & Environmental Resources

Phoenix High School of the Arts 1

Students

2 - Phoenix Light Rail Stop 3-Student Drop Off

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N 1 - Phoenix High School of the Arts

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Interweaving Mass & Void Arts Patrons

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4 - Burton Barr Public Library 5 - Phoenix Art Museum, Phoenix Theater 6 - Phoenix High School of the Arts 7 - Roosevelt Street Galleries of the Arts

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View From Park Looking Towards Performing School of Arts

PAC: Street Side Drop-Off

Streets 8 9

View From Park Looking Towards Performing School of Arts

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Interior Circulation Exterior Circulation

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Main Stairway Vertical Circulation

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View looking Through the Park Towards the Performing School of Arts

Section Through Arts Classrooms & Performing Arts Theatre

8 - Central Ave Light Rail 9 - 3rd Street (Site) 10 - E. Roosevelt Street 11 - Interstate I-10

Section Through Library, Classroom & Park Roof Integration

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MAIN PROGRAM ZONES

Level 3 General Education Library Arts Classrooms Performing Arts Theatre

Level 3 Classrooms Labs Library Art studios Band rooms Rehearsal

Level 3 Entrance Stairs P.A.C. Circulation Classroom Corridors Vertical Corridors

Level 2 General Education Library and Arts Arts Classroom Performing Arts Theatre

Level 2 Classrooms Labs Media Labs Art studios Band rooms Rehearsal Costume Design

Level 2 Entrance Stairs P.A.C. Circulation Classroom Corridors Vertical Corridors

Level 1 Administration Performing Arts Theatre Arts Classrooms Cafateria

Level 1 Administration Dance Studio Art Studios Band Rooms Rehearsal Set Design Lobby Theater Backstage

Level 1 Entrance Stairs P.A.C. Circulation Drop-off Outdoor Space Interior Corridors Vertical Corridors

SPECIFIC PROGRAM SPACES

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project: A S C A / A I S C S t e e l D e s i g n Co m p e t i t i o n Life Cycle of a School - Phoenix, AZ.

Library View Looking South at the I-10 Freeway

CIRCULATION

NorthWest Exterior Perspective Performing Arts Center Library Art Studio, Band, Rehearsal and Class Rooms Labs, Class Rooms

Physical Process Model on Site Context Model

Evening View at the Center of Performing Arts and Arrivees

Physical Process Model on Site Context Model

Program Process Model


SPACE [+] LIGHT explorations


SPACE

LIGH

E X P LO R AT I O N S CALIFORNIA POLYTECHNIC STATE UNIVERSITY, SAN LUIS OBISPO

The objective supporting this thesis explores a dialect between man-made relationships coupled with daylight. The intent is to create spaces which utilize light as a illumination tool and spatial design material to educate the user through a dynamic sustainable design approach. The light installations are adjacent to the Griffith Observatory and engage people/users to investigate light as an experiential medium. This dissertation research explores the opposition between light and shadow effects/affects as it induces a response to space, form and the user. A response that allows users to investigate operations within an environments defined with light. Light and shadow movements that may challenge the observer to have spatial investigations; challenging the distinction between architecture and nature. These investigations propose new models for environmental design based on a system that welcomes the active participant to design dynamically within those systems by providing a framework for personal and social interactions with nature. A user can become the designer who explores and improves the design of light. This exploration of light will be exhibited through a series of light installations which will investigate light in design of spatial situations and varying levels of openness through the means of spatial configurations.

Materials: (1)-12”x42”x4” Board 24 LED Flightlight 14 Internal Lightwell Compartments Foamcore Printed on Vellum and Bond Paper

Materials: (8)- Layers of Birch (CNC Cut) AFM-Duro Stain (Leed Qualified) AFM-Clear Acrylaq (Leed Qualified) (6)-Sheets Plexi Glass (Laser Cut) LED Lights (Embedded into a corner)

3D Modeled + Rendered Perspectives with (3) Distinct Geometric Patterns

spLIGHT LUMINARIES

the window

rearranging

Process

Process

vellumCAED design build

6th ANNUAL DESIGN EXHIBITION

The Vellum CAED competition furniture element name spLIGHT was the initial investigation of analysis for the thesis and a part of the 6th Annual Design Exhibition Competition. The spLight Luminaries were developed for a functional investigation into spatial configurations within environments, which enables light and shadow manipulation. The spLight Luminaries explore SPatial and Light relationships with a auxiliary reflection of rethinking/rearranging the window; ultimately creating a variety of textures, reflections, and dispersions that lead to a dynamic material. Physical Built spLIGHT Luminaries

Thesis Abstract - Presentation Board

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project: A rc h i t e c t u re T h e s i s + D i s s e r t a t i o n R e s e a rc h SPACE [+] LIGHT explorations


project: A rc h i t e c t u re T h e s i s + D i s s e r t a t i o n R e s e a rc h SPACE [+] LIGHT explorations

anatomy of a book The development of the Space[+]Light Explorations book was to trace the progression of the thesis through the analysis. The purpose of the book was using it as a method to assess the "flow" of the research “story” by ordering the essentail thesis pieces to maintain coherence. Through the course of the development place-holders served as a road map of progression. The anatomy of the book was formatted for size, orientation, scale and content. The final book is a complete development of my Architecture Thesis titled: Space [+] Light Explorations

A PROSPECT ETCH

NATURES ETCH

A LIGHT BREEZE

A MATERIAL TOUCH

A LIGHT BREEZE

Thesis Program Spaces

Griffith Observatory

Thesis Book

sitegriffith

FINALBOOK thesis

SPACE[+]LIGHT

OBERVATORY

This thesis site is conveyed through Griffith Observatory's exploration of light and the universe by examining visible spectrums throughout space. Supported by the Griffith Observatory’s educational presence, the pragmatic spaces are intended to assist in conveying the visible spectrum of light not only as a tool of illumination but as a educational design tool that stimulates sustainable living through design. Griffith Observatory serves as an excellent educational and a stimulating supplementary tool to the thesis by inspire the future. Thesis Program Spaces

Griffith Observatory

Thesis Book

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A USERS CONCERT


project: A rc h i t e c t u re T h e s i s + D i s s e r t a t i o n R e s e a rc h SPACE [+] LIGHT explorations

culation

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Site Model

M ai n C ir c u l at

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Circulation

Site Diagram

Accessible Ramps

Disabled Access Ramps

sitegriffith OBERVATORY

Study Model Module Module Conceptual

A USERS CONCERT thesis program

SPACE [+] LIGHT explorations

The User Concert consists of a user defined space that enables users to control a built environment through the manipulation of light and shadow. By assimilating "experience" with architecture, light can become the primary subject of design and not just a simple source of illumination. The space allows users to heavily engage, embrace and experiment with light; with the possibility of generating new experiential spaces through different levels of colors, opacity and openness. The radiance can guide participation and define spaces with the ability to alter it.

Exterior Perspective Plan

Interior Perspective Plan

conceptFULL MANIPULATION a users concerts

Wall Model

VARIED LEVELS

Griffith Observatory

Wall Model

Study Model

Study Model


A PROSPECT ETCH thesis program

SPACE [+] LIGHT explorations

Wall Study Mockup

Interior Space Study Model

A Prospect Etch enables users to interact with space by bringing the exterior, in; blending the typical distinction between exterior and interior spaces. With the use of embedded fiber optics, a simple wall dividing spaces now becomes a passage of light and visual exploration. The enactment of shadow dances as it educates and induces the viewer by exploring the possibilities of harnessing light through fiber optics and/or through sustainability. The viewer in this space is less engaged than the previous (User Concert) and has separated themselves from manipulation.

Plan Perspective

conceptA EXTERNAL CORE a prospect etch

BRINGING THE EXTERIOR IN

Plan

Plan

Exterior Perspective

Wall Study Mockup

Entrance

A NATURES ETCH thesis program

SPACE [+] LIGHT explorations

A Light Breeze defines a user experience at a particular moment of time through varied levels of openness. Participants engaged in the interior space and grasp quick glimmers of indistinct shadows as they enter into the interior space. The user has a unbalanced perception of light shadow and retains the ability to manipulate it for only a brief moment. The engagement between light and shadow is lost by another degree from the previous space (Prospect Etch) and forces the user to take yet another step back from control and manipulation. A Light Breeze maintains a link between the dynamic abilities of space with set materials, set configurations, and static interactions into a space with dynamic levels of open relationships defined by light. Interior Space

Plan Perspective Plan

Exterior Perspective

Plan

conceptSHADOW FRAGMENTS a natures etch

UNBALANCE DYNAMIC LEVELS

Interior Space

Elevation

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project: A rc h i t e c t u re T h e s i s + D i s s e r t a t i o n R e s e a rc h SPACE [+] LIGHT explorations


project: A rc h i t e c t u re T h e s i s + D i s s e r t a t i o n R e s e a rc h SPACE [+] LIGHT explorations

A LIGHT BREEZE

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thesis program

SPACE [+] LIGHT explorations

A Light Breeze is powered by the dynamic abilities of transforming light through the inspiration of wind. A Light Breeze consist of "skylights" mimicking the flow of wind, which allow the user in this space to flirt with a complete detachment of interaction with light and shadow. They are now forced to watch the dynamic paintings of light illuminating on the walls with little power of personal manipulation. As designers we often times explore a space with permanent configurations and user interactions; using light as a material we begin to dynamically define the ground we walk on, the walls , and even the furniture we sit on. Light is more than just a utilitarian means of existence, rather can be a interplay of manipulation amid architecture; the interactions between the two results in a heightened sensory through the quality of light, transformation of moods, and in the case of a Light Breeze, a dynamic texture.

Plan - Perspective

Interior - Egress Plan

Plan

Interior Space

conceptBIOMIMICRY a light breeze

Interior - Egress

THE NATURAL FLOW OF LIGHT + SHADOW

Interior Space

Plan

A MATERIALS TOUCH thesis program

Plan

SPACE [+] LIGHT explorations

Interior Space - Winter Soltice

Interior Space - 9 a.m.

conceptA MOMENT OF LIGHT a materials touch

365 DAYS OF VARIED EXPERIENCE

Interior Space - 3 p.m.

Interior Space - Mystery Date

Interior Space - Summer Soltice

A Material Touch explores the experiential interaction with light and form. We might gain an intimate interaction by understanding the space we occupy at a specific moment of time. By studying light and its interaction with materials and forms, our senses are evoked with new and redefined relationships with space. As participants explore a space at a specific moment of time, he or she begins to understand the holistic approach to light's function as time, creating a space which completely detaches the user interactions with light, shadows and it illuminates specific accent materials for a brief moment. Users are educated with the summer and winter solstice light, keeping in line with the Observatory's educating the future mantra. Visitor are be able to relate to nature momentarily and throughout the day through this study. If you can actually take a slice of natural elements and relate its effects and affects to the changes of seasons and interaction with the suns position, individuals can be educated to a sustainable living and more importantly a space for sustainable architecture.

Exterior Perspective


project: A rc h i t e c t u re T h e s i s + D i s s e r t a t i o n R e s e a rc h SPACE [+] LIGHT explorations

A OPENED LIGHT SPACE [+] LIGHT explorations

The final space; Opened Light, is light observered through the City of Los Angeles as it flows, bends, reflects and illuminates a vibrant city full materials. Visitors end the light experience with the ultimate panorama of light defining a city, defining its citizens, defining it's culture. At this point of the journey, visitors exit or enter the last installation with two different perspectives; one with complete distachment and one with completely unity. Light is celebrated through the human development and grasp nature; encouraging a opportunity for a richer and deeper experiential understanding of how we inhabit a space. Exterior Perspective

Interior/Exterior Perspective

Plan

Plan

conceptDETACHED UNITY a opened light

Existing View

COMPLETE LIGHT IN SPACE

showbuilt installation

Plan

A USERS CONCERT

builtA USERS CONCERT typical module

SPACE [+] LIGHT explorations

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thesis program


Professional Work Experience

H.F. Mager Structural Engineers, Inc.


project: Pro fe s s i o n a l Wo r k E x p e r i e n c e H.F. Mager Structural Engineers, Inc.

Exterior Perspective

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Plan

Open Space

Plan

Open View


project: Pro fe s s i o n a l Wo r k E x p e r i e n c e H.F. Mager Structural Engineers, Inc.

Exterior Perspective

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Plan

Open Space

Plan

Open View


project: Pro fe s s i o n a l Wo r k E x p e r i e n c e H.F. Mager Structural Engineers, Inc.

Exterior Perspective

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Plan

Open Space

Plan

Open View


project: Pro fe s s i o n a l Wo r k E x p e r i e n c e H.F. Mager Structural Engineers, Inc.

Exterior Perspective

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Plan

Open Space

Plan

Open View


Professional Work Experience

Brion Jeannette Architecture


project: Pro fe s s i o n a l Wo r k E x p e r i e n c e H.F. Mager Structural Engineers, Inc.

Exterior Perspective

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Plan

Open Space

Plan

Open View


project: Pro fe s s i o n a l Wo r k E x p e r i e n c e H.F. Mager Structural Engineers, Inc.

Exterior Perspective

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Plan

Open Space

Plan

Open View


project: Pro fe s s i o n a l Wo r k E x p e r i e n c e H.F. Mager Structural Engineers, Inc.

Exterior Perspective

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Plan

Open Space

Plan

Open View


project: Pro fe s s i o n a l Wo r k E x p e r i e n c e H.F. Mager Structural Engineers, Inc.

Exterior Perspective

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Plan

Open Space

Plan

Open View


project: Pro fe s s i o n a l Wo r k E x p e r i e n c e H.F. Mager Structural Engineers, Inc.

Exterior Perspective

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Plan

Open Space

Plan

Open View


Professional Work Experience

Pacific Interior Design - division of Pacific Design Directions


project: Pro fe s s i o n a l Wo r k E x p e r i e n c e Pacific Interior Design - Pacifc Design Directions

Exterior Perspective

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Plan

Open Space

Existing Backyard

Open View Existing Backyard


project: Pro fe s s i o n a l Wo r k E x p e r i e n c e Pacific Interior Design - Pacifc Design Directions

Exterior Perspective

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Plan

Open Space

Existing Backyard

Open View Existing Backyard


project: Pro fe s s i o n a l Wo r k E x p e r i e n c e Pacific Interior Design - Pacifc Design Directions

Exterior Perspective

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Plan

Open Space

Existing Backyard

Open View Existing Backyard


project: Pro fe s s i o n a l Wo r k E x p e r i e n c e Pacific Interior Design - Pacifc Design Directions

Exterior Perspective

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Plan

Open Space

Existing Backyard

Open View Existing Backyard


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project: Pro fe s s i o n a l Wo r k E x p e r i e n c e Pacific Interior Design - Pacifc Design Directions

Existing Backyard Student Interactive Creative Wall - Entrance

TV Lounge Area and Work Area

30800MARYMOUNT UNIVERSITY palos verdes, ca

STUDENT CENTER

conceptualMODEL/RENDERINGS new finishes

mar ymount university, studen center

Student Lounge and Gathering Area

Student Lounge and Gathering Area

Student Center Area Perspective


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project: Pro fe s s i o n a l Wo r k E x p e r i e n c e Pacific Interior Design - Pacifc Design Directions

Exterior Perspective - Entrance Finishes

Exterior Perspective - Entrance

4755IAPMO EXPANSION ONTARIO, CA

2012 IMPROVEMENT & TENANT IMPROVEMENT

conceptual finishesMODEL/RENDERINGS new finishes

exterior facade & interior expansion areas

Reception Area & Corridor Finishes

Reception/Entrance - Finish Perspective


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project: Pro fe s s i o n a l Wo r k E x p e r i e n c e Pacific Interior Design - Pacifc Design Directions

Interior Perspective - Green Room Concept

Exterior Perspective - Entrance

430MARYMOUNT UNIVERSITY SAN PEDRO, CA

KLAUS CENTER FOR THE ARTS

Interior - Training Room

Interior Perspective - Receptionist

conceptual finishesMODEL/RENDERINGS new finishes + conceptual green room location

exterior facade, receptionist & green room

Interior - Break Room

conceptualMODEL/RENDERINGS

new finishes + conceptual green room location

interior - lounge, breakroom + training room

Interior - Break Room

14601TEAM CAMPBELL LOGISTICS FONTANA, CA

Interior - Lounge/Breakroom Entrance

Interior - Entrance Foyer

DESIGN-BUILD WAREHOUSE + TRANSPORTATION HUB/OFFICES


Professional Work Experience

Realty Rush, LLC / Moirai Conceptual Designs


project: Pro fe s s i o n a l Wo r k E x p e r i e n c e Realty Rush, LLC / Moirai Conceptual Design

Exterior Perspective

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Plan

Open Space

Existing Backyard

existingBACKYARD facing north

1,841 S.F.

The clients envisioned a completely new hard caped backyard, developed for friend and family to enjoy and relax. They wanted a abundance of open space to accommodate the clients children future weddings. The design intent was to give the backyard a modern Mediterranean look, which complimented the existing residence.

7876 CHINO, CA. private residence

CONCEPTUAL BACKYARD Existing Backyard

existingBACKYARD facing southeast

Open View

1,841 S.F.

Existing Backyard


project: Pro fe s s i o n a l Wo r k E x p e r i e n c e Realty Rush, LLC / Moirai Conceptual Design

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Plan

option #1BACKYARD conceptual

sketchup modeled - VRay Rendered

•Pennsylvania Bluestone Pavers/flagstone (natural Cleft Blue Select) = 790 sq. ft •Precast Concrete Pavers 36" x 36" x 1.75" = 25 units + concrete stain •MS International Black Polished Pebbles = 167 sq.ft. •Concrete = 383 sq.ft. •Crushed granite = 1800 sq.ft.

Open View

option #2BACKYARD conceptual

sketchup modeled - VRay Rendered

•Fulton Precast Gray Concrete Pavers 24" x 24" x 1.8" = 800 sq.ft •MSI Philadelphia Antico paver = 160 units •Precast Concrete Pavers 36" x 36" x 1.75" = 21 units + concrete stain •Concrete = 516 sq.ft •MS International Black Polished Pebbles = 121 sq.ft •Crushed granite = 1800 sq.ft.


project: Pro fe s s i o n a l Wo r k E x p e r i e n c e Realty Rush, LLC / Moirai Conceptual Design

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Plan

option #3BACKYARD conceptual

sketchup modeled - VRay Rendered

•Fulton Precast Gray Concrete Pavers 24" x 24" x 1.8" = 700 sq.ft •Trex Select Accent Decking 12' = (4) for pavers •Trex Select Accent Decking for Fireplace 20' x 8 •French Pattern Travertine Pavers Tuscany Porcini Tumbled = 360 sq.ft. •Concrete = 516 sq.ft • Concrete Pavers Form work = 54" x 60" = 288 sq.ft.

option #4BACKYARD conceptual

sketchup modeled - VRay Rendered

finalDESIGN CLIENT SELECTED DESIGN

•MS International Beton Concrete 24"x12" = 1000 + concrete stain •M.S. International Inc. Slate Floor tiles - "Rustique Earth" = 300 sq. ft. •Concrete = 516 sq.ft •Water Fountain Beckett DP140 Submergible water pump Beckett Combo Nozzle Kit M.S. International Inc. River Rock Fountain wall construction = Concrete Block + water liner + additional water proofing


project: Pro fe s s i o n a l Wo r k E x p e r i e n c e Realty Rush, LLC / Moirai Conceptual Design

As Built - Photographs

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Plan

existingOPEN OFFICE SPACE commercial property

PROPOSED BREAK ROOM AREA

8740WHITTIER, CA.

s.sharma tax, inc. The client brought Moirai Conceptual Design upon to assist in developing a new break room for the current tax preparation location. The design included variations of floor and perspective plans accompanied with a full conceptual rendering of the final space as it exists today. CONCEPTUAL PERSPECTIVES

Base Cabinets •Paint - Jeff Lewis Color - "Agave" •Bredeskar Single Bowl inset sink, stainless steel •Akurum - 36" Base cb for sink w/ 2 doors/2facia pan, white + Abstrakt gray doors •Akurun - 36" Base corner cabinet frame with carousel, white + Abstrakt gray doors •Akurum - 36" Base cb for cooktop w/ 2 doors/2facia pan, white + Abstrakt gray doors •Eldig - Glass ceramic cooktop •Akurum - 30" Base cabinet with 2+2 drawers, white + Abstrakt gray doors •Akurum - High cabinet with shelves/3 doors, white +Abstrakt gray doors

New Reception Area - Conceptual Rendering

Wall Cabinets •Paint - Jeff Lewis Color - "Agave" 2 gallon = $100 •Akurum - 30" Wall cabinet, white + Abstrakt gray doors •Akurum - Wall corner cabinet, white + Abstrakt gray doors •Akuram - 14" Wall cabinet, white + Abstrakt gray doors •Akuram - 30" Fan cab/top cabinet to microwave, white + Abstrakt gray doors •Akurum - 30" Wall cabinet, white + Abstrakt gray doors •Akurum - 30" Top cabinet to refrigerator, white + Abstrakt gray doors •Ekeboda Handle - 2 pack (17 packs) •Over the range microwave •Brushed Aluminum "Fry Reglet" Plaster Reveal Molding (between ClearErase Wall and Painted wall) •Tri-kes ClearErase Wall Board (Large Kit)- $200

finalDESIGN CLIENT SELECTED DESIGN

New Break Room - Conceptual Rendering


project: Pro fe s s i o n a l Wo r k E x p e r i e n c e Realty Rush, LLC / Moirai Conceptual Design

As Built Photographs

8881BUENA PARK, CA. patel residence

CONCEPTUAL REMODEL OPTIONS

The client's goal was to entirely remodel the existing master bedroom suite with new finishes. The intent was to provide a design, which reflected a prevailing design, which would hold up against the test of time and not be outdated in ten years. With the couple aged/transitional design outlook, their openness to experiment with new textures and colors was expressed to collectively improve their master suite with much success.

existingMASTER BEDROOM + private residence

As Built Photographs

COMPLETE REMODEL

BATHROOM

•Carpet - EuroTile Park Avenue Graphite 19.7in x 19.7in Carpet Tile •Jeff Lewis Color "Quarry" (accent) •Jeff Lewis Color "Sky" (field) •Base molding (master bedroom) •Crown Molding (master bedroom) •Roman Roller Shades $115 x 4 = $460 •Style Selections 12" x 24" Leonia Sand Glazed Porcelain (fireplace) •Formica Wenge Laminate Countertop Sheet (fireplace) •Brushed aluminum Schulter strips = $120 (fireplace + etc.)

master bedroomOPTION #1 private residence

CLIENT SELECTED DESIGN

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Plan

MASTER BEDROOM designOPTION #2 ALTERNATE DESIGN

•Carpet - Home Decorators Collection Bayfield - Color Grand Bend •Jeff Lewis Color "Grey Geese" (accent) •Jeff Lewis Color "Cotton" (field) •Base molding (master bedroom) •Crown Molding (master bedroom) •Anno Tupplur Panel Curtains (x) 15 panels •Kvartal Triple Curtain Rail, Aluminum (X) 6 •Style Selections 12" x 24" Leonia Sand Glazed Porcelain (fireplace) •Formica Wenge Laminate Countertop Sheet •Brushed aluminum Schulter strips

master bathroomOPTION #1 master bathroomOPTION #2 CLIENT SELECTED DESIGN

ALTERNATE DESIGN

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existingMASTER BATHROOM as built photographs

COMPLETE REMODEL


Plan

1722SANTA ANA, CA. private residence

MASTER SUITE REMODEL/EXPANSION

The unfortunate circumstance of a electrical fire forced this newly married couple to be living somewhere other than their dream home. Working with a local Architect I developed a series of conceptual renderings, which displayed a palette of finishes. Accompanied with sun diagrams and light studies, finishes were selected utilizing the client's aesthetic preferences with personal modern suggestions that compliment the client's style.

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construction/finishPLAN ag conceptuals

DESIGN STUDIO

Construction/Architectural plan done by AG Conceptuals of Glendora, CA.

master bedroomNEW (2) FINISH OPTIONS

denEXISTING (2) FINISH OPTIONS

master bathroomNEW (2) FINISH OPTIONS


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(2) CONCEPUTUAL OPTIONS WITH NEW FINISHES

denOPTION #1 private residence

PROPOSED DEN CONCEPT

Valspar Ven etian Plaster - Grigio & Biscotti Jeff Lewis Color - "Canvas" + Jeff Lewis Color - "White Collar" Ceiling Eggshell Armstrong Hardwood - Birch Driftscape - White 5" 2 1/4" x 10" Walnut Lumber (Shelves)

client selectedDESIGN FINAL DESIGN (existing damaged space)

4" Hawaiian Bamboo Boatwood Natural E.B. Bradeley TSS Metro Collection Palissando Blue #LM95 •Jeff Lewis Color - "Edamame" + Jeff Lewis Color - "White Collar" Ceiling Eggshell Trikes Wallcover Belgique Versa #QSL-59575

denOPTION #2 private residence

PROPOSED DEN CONCEPT - SELECTED OPTION


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(2) FINISH OPTIONS - EXPANSION SPACE

bathroomOPTION #1 private residence

PROPOSED MASTER BATHROOM CONCEPT

MS International Inc Metro Charcoal 24 Porcelain Tile Jeff Lewis Color - "Clay" Jeff Lewis Color - "White Collar" Ceiling Eggshell Arizona Tile - Fibra Porcelain Tile

client selectedDESIGN FINAL DESIGN (expansion)

Arizona Tile - Metalwood Argento Series Porcelain Tile Polished Concrete + Concrete Stain •Armstrong Oak Flooring Laminate (wall) + Armstrong Oak Plank Flooring Jeff Lewis Color - "Gravel" + Jeff Lewis Color - "White Collar" Ceiling Eggshell Integral (precast) Concrete Sink and Vanity

bathroomOPTION #2 private residence

PROPOSED MASTER BATHROOM CONCEPT - SELECTED OPTION


project: Pro fe s s i o n a l Wo r k E x p e r i e n c e Realty Rush, LLC / Moirai Conceptual Design

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(2) FINISH OPTIONS - EXPANSION SPACE

bedroomOPTION #1 private residence

PROPOSED MASTER BATHROOM CONCEPT

Hawaiian Bamboo Boatwood Natural + Square with Eased Edge Baseboard - White Trikes Wallcover Belgique Versa #QSL-59575 + Jeff LewishLewis Color - "Clay" + Jeff LewishLewis Color - "White Collar" Ceiling Eggshell 18"x36" Wall panels - Masonite with Upholstery batting and wrapped in Trikes "Pembrooke 2VPE- wall covering Interface Carpet Tiles - Above Board "Birch"

client selectedDESIGN FINAL DESIGN (expansion)

Arizona Tile - Metalwood Argento Series Porcelain Tile Polished Concrete + Concrete Stain Armstrong Oak Flooring Laminate (wall) + Armstrong Oak Plank Flooring Jeff Lewis Color - "Gravel" + Jeff Lewis Color - "White Collar" Ceiling Eggshell Integral (precast) Concrete Sink and Vanity

bedroomOPTION #1 private residence

PROPOSED MASTER BATHROOM CONCEPT - SELECTED OPTION


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