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DESIGN PORTFOLIO SHANNON O’TOOLE VIRGINIA TECH S C H O O L O F AR C H ITECT UR E + D ESIG N


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CORPORATE FLEET RESERVE ASSOCIATION

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ENTHAICE THAI RESTAURANT

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CORPORATE CHARITY WATER

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URBAN EXHITBITION ART GALLERY

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HIGHER EDUCATION STUDENT UNION

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KENTLAND FARMS FARM TO FORK


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HEADQUARTERS

PROJECT ESTIMATED TO BE FINISHED IN FALL 2014 UNDER MICHAEL WINSTANLEY ARCHITECTS & PLANNERS.

CONCEPT

Fleet Reserve Association is a congressionally chartered, non-profit organization that represents the interests of the Sea service community before the U.S. Congress.

FRA’s headquarters in located in Alexandria, Virginia in a three story building in the Old Towne area. The building was last renovated in 1991, and will need to be upgraded to meet present day code standards. One of the major upgrades includes adding ADA restrooms to all three floors. The concept behind the renovation of the building is to create a modern design; tying in the past, present, and future representation of the organization.


FLEET RESERVE ASSOCIATIONHEADQUARTERS DESIGN RENOVATION TO EXISTING BUILDING The 1st floor renovation includes creating a transparency between spaces tying the reception, new location of museum and conference room. This will allow unity between these core functioning spaces and allow natural light to flow throughout the 1st floor. The new museum and conference mirror each other with similar finishes, lighting, and feature walls to create a new canvas over uneven window lines. A pantry will serve to compliment the new open spaces to host events. The gym will be relocated to the first floor to be open for the FRA’s staff and the new third floor tenant. An ADA restroom will also be added to the ground floor. The 2nd floor upgrades will be minor. The major design element to the second floor will be to open up the existing conference room. This will provide an open work area for new workstations for the staff and allow more natural light to flow through the space. The existing offices will remain in place but will be resized to a more appropriate square footage. The pantry will also receive a renovation of finishes and provide a seating area for staff lunches.

SPACES CHANGES TO EXISTING BUILDING Open floor plan design for new lobby, museum, & conference room on 1st floor as well as workstations. Office spaces, mail room, and 2nd floor pantry to be renovated. New spaces including ADA restroom & pantry on 1st floor to be implemented in plan.

TOTAL BUILDING Floor 1- 3,529 Sq. Ft. Floor 2- 5,477 Sq. Ft.

EXISTING 1ST & 2ND FLOOR PLANS


FLEET RESERVE ASSOCIATIONHEADQUARTERS MATERIALS & RENDERED FLOOR PLANS The finishes were selected to complement the existing finishes of the spaces not undergoing renovation. The range of blues, grays and wood tones all emphasize a nautical look to represent the organization.

FEATURE WALL Located in conference room, reception, and museum.

Translucent panels were selected to provide a uniform decorative look through the reception, museum, and conference room.


FLEET RESERVE ASSOCIATIONHEADQUARTERS MATERIALS & RENDERED FLOOR PLANS

NEW FLOORING FOR 1ST FLOOR & WORKSTATION AREA

NEW ADA RESTROOM AND PANTRY FINISHES

OPEN OFFICE CONCEPT


FLEET RESERVE ASSOCIATIONHEADQUARTERS

NEW RECEPTION LAYOUT


FLEET RESERVE ASSOCIATIONHEADQUARTERS CONFERENCE ROOM LAYOUT OPTIONS Working with the existing furniture of the space, the conference needed to be flexible to meet the functions of FRA’s meetings and ritual.

NEW CONFERENCE ROOM


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CONCEPT

Charity: water is small nonprofit organization geared towards bringing clean and safe drinking water to people in developing nations. The staff and CEO Scott Harrison work together to achieve this goal. Their culture is very collaborative, as there are no defined heads of departments and even the CEO himself is involved heavily within the organization.


The office design is based off the concept of the watering hole; bringing the staff together in a central location within the office to collaborate on new ideas to improve how technology today can change charity.

INTERACTIVE ZONE empty tables/ lounge areas CREATIVE ZONE

CHARITY:WATER HEADQUARTERS

PERSONAL WORK ZONE private offices/ management

center focal point/ COMMON ZONE collaboration/ reception/lobby RELAXATION whiteboards/common w ZONE meeting area refreshments/ lounge/game areas

WORKSPACE


CHARITY:WATEWR HEADQUARTERS

WATERING HOLE Bringing the staff together in a multifunctional space to excute ideas on how to improve charity through technology and other resources.


CHARITY:WATER HEADQUARTERS

RECEPTION The reception is designed to inspire clients and the staff with images of what charity does and how they are changing charity today.


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FLOOR PLAN 1. LOBBY 2.CONFERENCE 3.FINANCIAL PLANNING 4.OFFICE 5.CEO OFFICE 6.WORK STATIONS 1 7.COLLABORATION SPACE 1

8. COLLABORATION SPACE 2 9.LOUNGE 10. PLAY SPACE 11. CAFETERIA 12.WORKSTATION 2 13. WATER PROGRAMMING


CHARITY:WATER HEADQUARTERS

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STUDENT UNION

CONCEPT

Draw together students, officers, and alumni of all departments of the university in wholesome social life and to provide for them suitable amusements and recreations • • • •

allows groups to easily come together & promote civic engagement. use transparencies & visibility between the inside and outside. Increase synergies between collaborative departments. Promoting sustainable ideas on campus through design.


C.O.R.ESTUDENT UNION •

Core defines the purpose of the student union, its a center to promote the future of organizations, recreation,& exploration.

The core’s purpose is to enhance the overall educational experiences of students through participation in social, multicultural, intellectual, community service and campus governance programs.

MEDIA LOUNGE


C.O.R.ESTUDENT UNION

STUDENT CORE The student core reception uses elements of the exterior landscape to embody the outside providing students a sense of the outdoors. the dirrt green wall provides accoustical absorbency and filtering capabilities for better air quality. the seating is flexible and varied for a range of purposes through out the lounge.


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C.O.R.ESTUDENT UNION

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WOOD BLOCKING 2' - 6"

1 1/2" MDF BOARD

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WOOD BLOCKING

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DESK BASE 0' - 11"

The reception desk was designed to reflect the organic curves of the space. the wood represents the natural material refecting the exterior and the 3form was used to add a modern touch with a pop of color.

1/4" 3FORM PRESSED GLASS

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CUSTOM RECEPTION DESK

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C.O.R.ESTUDENT UNION

STUDENT LOUNGE The student lounge features private nooks for students to work on various group or solo projects. The nooks are designed with acoustic paneling for sound control. The nooks also feature a smart board for students to preview presentations without hassle, as well as use as monitor for collaboration.


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ENTHAICE

THAI RESTAURANT

CONCEPT Thailandâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s culture has been untouched by European colonization thus allowing it to develop for centuries. Buddhism has long influenced the shaping of this culture in many forms. The concept of the space is to combine the natural landscape and Buddhist influences that have shaped Thai culture for centuries while maintaining a modern high end design.


ENTHAICETHAI RESTAURANT SPACE PLANNING The design of the restaurant combines the natural landscape and Buddhist influences that have shaped Thai culture for centuries while maintaining a modern high end design.The layout of the restaurant is divided into 3 ideas of public, intimate,and private space for guests to utilize the space in a way that best fits for their enjoyment.

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ENTHAICETHAI RESTAURANT

BAR AND LOUNGE


ENTHAICETHAI RESTAURANT MATERIALS & RENDERED FLOOR PLAN

Armstrong Flooring Maple - Natural 3 1/4 in. Solid Hardwood

Ornate tile

Worn tan plaster

Gold painted textured plaster

Rustic Brick

Armstrong Flooring Mancos Slate - Beige 16 in. x 16 in. Vinyl Tile

Armstrong Flooring Parquet - Light Oak 12 in. x 12 in. Vinyl Tile

Nemo Tile Co Green Tech Brown

Nemo Tile Co Green Tech Sand

Nemo Tile co Unglazed Miscellaneous Beige

Rust painted textured plaster

Textured stone


ENTHAICETHAI RESTAURANT

MAIN DINING

PRIVATE DINING


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URBAN EXHIBITION CONCEPT

ART GALLERY

To design a journey that forces the occupant to reflect on their personal values while being exposed to political and social themes that challenge the norm.The open gallery reflects the environment of an urban city with street art stenciled throughout.

GROUP PROJECT: KELSEY CONROY BETH COATES YUYU SCHATZ KATHLEEN BARRY


URBAN EXHIBITION ART GALLERY

FEATURED STREET ARTISTS

GALLERY DESIGN The use of materials such as painted brick, concrete, metal, and plywood portray the qualities of an industrial city. This allows for Candy Chang’s installations and Banksy’s graffiti to be exhibited indoors, in a gallery without losing the organic quality that is street art.

CANDY CHANG

BANKSY

ENTRANCE/LOBBY TO MUSEUM


URBAN EXHIBITION ART GALLERY MATERIALS & RENDERED FLOOR PLAN

CONCRETE

WHITE BRICK

PARTICLE BOARD

OAK

SHAW CARPET

RECYLCED WOOD

CUSTOM FURNITURE

RECEPTION DESK

BENCH INSPIRED BY HIGHLINE URBAN PROJECT RENDERED FLOOR PLAN


URBAN EXHIBITION ART GALLERY

OPEN GALLERY SPACE


URBAN EXHIBITION ART GALLERY CONFESSIONS WALL SECTION Immediately upon entering the space, Candy Chang exhibition of ‘Confessions’ is featured along the wall and allows visitors walking through to interact and write down any intimate thoughts.

CANDY CHANG CONFESSIONS WALL


URBAN EXHIBITION ART GALLERY

URBAN JOURNEY SECTION A series of graffiti stencils by Candy Chang strategically placed throughout the winding stairs creates an organic conversation between the visitors and the art. These clean stencils create an introspective environment as visitors continue on their urban journey.

BEFORE I DIE DISPLAY


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KENTLAND FARMS

FARM TO FORK

CONCEPT

â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Farm-to-forkâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; is a current practice in the production of food that refers to the movement of growing food organically and directly providing it to the consumer. The site and history of Kentland Farms can be catered towards a farm to fork dining and cooking establishment. By establishing Kentland Farms into a farm to fork, the culture and local living of the area can be celebrated.


KENTLAND FARMS FARM TO FORK

The user experience would begin with farm tours highlighting the local and organic produce that so many cultures have lived off of for years. Following the farm tours, patrons would be lead towards the pavilion where they would be served a set menu meal that consists of seasonal and organic produce from the farm.

REMODELED EXTERIOR

FARM TO FORK DINING EXIHIBITION


KENTLAND FARMS FARM TO FORK

RESTAURANT MAIN DINING AREA


KENTLAND FARMS FARM TO FORK

REMODELED FLOOR PLAN RESTROOMS

KITCHEN DEMONSTRATION AREA STORAGE MAIN DINING AREA

ENTRY

An existing building on Kentland Farms has been retrofitted for the use of the farm to fork. In the design of the Kentland farm to fork, the outdoor pavilion has been transformed using natural materials and lighting. The glazed glass exterior allows for the optimum use of natural lighting while absorbing heat as part of the passive solar system. Inside the building, green walls are utilized to circulate and produce fresh air. Emeco chairs are used for the dining area and the bar - the chairs are made from recycled aluminum. The pavilion has been designed for two spaces - an open dining room as well as a cooking demonstration area. The dining room can be easily rearranged to serve for multiple functions. As much of the existing structure has been left intact as possible.

RESTAURANT SECTION


SKETCHES Condtiional sketch exercises ranging from studying the masters like Davinci to everday objects like shoes.


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Poster designs for IDEAS interior design lecture series. T-shirt design ideas as well.


SHANNON O’TOOLE

interiordesign

C O N TA C T oshannon@vt.edu (540)538-5436

OBJECTIVE I am seeking a career with an emphasis on commercial design. I look forward to learning new design techniques and gaining real world experience while working to the best of my capabilities.

E D U C AT I O N

Virginia Polytechnic Institute And State University Blacksburg,Va

School of Architecture + Design Interior Design,2013 Deans List 2008-present GPA 3.5 Study Abroad Program Spain and Portugal Summer 2011

EXPERIENCE

Michael Winstanley Architects & Planners Alexandria, VA Interior Designer/Marketing Team • Assisted in creating/ editing construction documents and millwork drawings. Develolped space plans as well as creating schemes for materials. Held responsiblity for organizing proposals, marketing material, as well as updating website. Attended client and construction adminstration meetings as well as site visits. Davis, Carter, Scott Ltd. McLean, VA Interior Design Intern • Designed/developed schemes, created/edited construction documents, developed space plans, built/rendered interior views/floor plans, and attended client meeting/site visits. Virginia Tech University Planning and Construction Blacksburg, VA Interior Design Intern • Visited construction sites on campus, edited floor plans in autocad, developed material schemes. Worked closely with the liaison designer of the university and attended client meetings.


SKILLS

AWA R D S

MEMBERSHIPS

Design • graphic layout • renderings • sketches • space planning • section plans • floorplans • reflected ceiling plans

Software • adobe suite • google sketch-up • autocad revit • autocad architecture • podium • final cut pro 7 • adobe premiere

Kimball Office Award for Best Use of Villa Furniture • Student Union Project 2012 CAUS Student Diversity Award • Kentland Farms Diversity Competition Interior Designers For Education And Sustainability(IDEAS) Service Coordinator 2012-present • organize service trips with Habit for Humanity in Roanoke • lead teams for Big Event (local Virginia Tech service project) • lead team for Relay for Life. American Society of Interior Designers (ASID) member 2012-present

Office • microsoft word • microsoft excel • microsoft powerpoint


THANK YOU


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