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REBEKAH LEAL


0 DESIGN CONTENTS

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Collaboration

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D e a n ’s P r o j e c t

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Senior Living

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Corporate Offices

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Meduim Techniques

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Furniture Vignette

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Freehand Drawing

“The details are not the details, they make the design.” -Charles Eames

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THE RIPPLE 01 02 03 04 05 06 07

Ripples emit from a single point, diffusing themselves against the distractions of its surroundings. Its core is the origin of this organized chaos with waves of information projecting out into the city of Boston, growing based on time. Time is the underling factor connecting these bands of research, affected only by specific influences which will then alter the outline of the ripples. Connecting with the local Boston residents, the Boston Institute of Cuisine will feature top of the line educational kitchens for the students of the culinary school to practice what they learn. A restaurant on the lower level will provide the students with additional experience in the culinary arts, gathering all ingredients from the greenhouse and gardens located on the rooftop. This process simulates the expansion of a ripple, beginning with the understanding of a culinary profession, adapting these skills through practice, followed by serving and educating others in the community.

Collaboration with: Tamara Nichols Channing Braun Tanner Dyson Thomas Meurer Erik Payson

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BOSTON INSTITUTE OF CUISINE 01 02 03 04 05

RESTAURANT SEATING AREA

CLASSROOM

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FLOOR PLAN OF RESTAURANT

RESTAURANT BAR AREA


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FIREHOUSE SECTION

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FLOOR PLAN OF LOBBY

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The rennovated Firehouse has been turned into the Dorm Style Living quarters for The Boston Institute of Cusine accomodating both girl a boy floors . The top level is to allow for easy accessiablity to travel from home to school as well as work. Features include: - Althetic Gym -Laundry Room - Computer Room -Dining Center - Study/Lounge Floor -Access to Boston Instuitue of Cuisine

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STUDY AREA/LOUNGE

VIEW OF FIREHOUSE


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HIGHER EDUCATION 01 02 03 04 05

At the request of the Human Sciences Academic Dean, this project was a complete rennovation of the Dean’s Suite, Department Suite and Graduate Areas for the West Wing of the Human Sciences building. The design is based off a grid system that allow each space to be a universal size to accommodate for multiple rooms and easy adjustments. The design embodies the Texas Tech colors as well as collaborative furniture from Haworth. It offers a closed, private traditional side as well as an open office collaborative side.

DEAN’S EXECUTIVE SUITE

This project was a complete series from programming to design development. As a class, we interviewed the Dean and established a program that considered the need. function, form, and time to understand the problem and find a solution.

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DEAN’S EXECUTIVE SUITE

LARGE CONFERENCE AREA


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FLOOR PLAN OF DEANS SUITE

OPEN PLAN RECEPTION

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OPEN PLAN CONFERENCE AREAS

TYPICAL OFFICE

SMALL CONFERENCE


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S E N I O R L IV I N G

H O U S E H O L D

A C T I V I T I E S

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P R I V A T E

R E S I D E N C E S

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0 2 Pacific Voyage is a long-term facility providing both assisted

living and skilled nursing servies. Pacific Voyage houses 60 residents into 4 diffeerent pods. Life is a journey that each 0 3 person explores in a different way. with the help of the right toold, this journey becomes even better. Pacific Voyage should 0 4 serve as the compass to this journey. It should help a person nacigate through mental and physical challenges and changes that come with age in order to maintain the highest attanable 0 5 quality of life. With age, a person tends focus on this end. Pacific Voyage aims to refocus this train of thought and explore the idea of life. By encompassing the best of what life has to offer, 0 6 Pacific Voyage reinvents home. 07

SITE BUBBLES

PA C I F I C V OYA G E ...exploring home

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OUTDOOR PATIO

DINING AREA

LOUNGE AREA/NURSE STATION


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P R IVA T E R O O M E N T RA N C E S

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EACH ROOM WILL HAVE A UNIQUE STYLE OF DOORWAY. THIS WILL CREATE A FEELING OF PERSONALIZATION AS WELL AS HELP MEMORY CARE RESIDENTS IDENTIFY THEIR ROOM. WITHIN EACH ROOM, RESIDENTS CAN UTILIZE PERSONAL BELONGINGS TO EMPHASIZE THAT HOME LIKE FEELING. THIS RESIDENTIAL ATMOSPHERE IS JUST ONE MORE WAY PACIFIC VOYAGE IS REINVENTING HOME.

WHITE LEATHER

CLASSIC SAND

GREEN MARBLE

BUNGALOW BEIGE

TRANSLUSENT GLASS

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EV I D E N C E BA S E D D E S I G N

INTERIOR COURTYARD: SECURE PLACE FOR WANDERERS TO BE OUTDOORS

Outdoor settings can be directly linked to:

ENTERTAINMENT AREA: AMPITHEATRE, LOUNGE, AND PLAYGROUND PROMOTE OUTDOOR INTERACTION

RELAXATION AND REFLECTION: LOOKOUT POINT, STAIRS TO BEACH, AND IMMITATION BEACH FOR LESS ABLE-BODIED RESIDENTS

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SITE PLAN 07

BRONZE SILK DRAPES 04 09 10

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E N T R Y

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E L E V A T I O N & M A T E R I A L S

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according to the National Center for Biotechnology Information,

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-reduction of pain -improvement in attention -lessening of stress -lowering of needed medications -antipsychotics -reduction of falls -improving of sleep -lowering of agitation -cognition in dementia patients -created sense of responsibility -created sense of accomplishment -improvement in self-esteem -increased feeling of calmness -increased social interaction

LEGEND 01 ENTRY & RECEPTION 02 WELLNESS & THERAPY 03-04 HOUSEHOLD ACTIVITIES ASSISTED LIVING 05-06 HOUSEHOLD ACTIVITIES SKILLED NURSING 07 BUSINESS & STAFF SUPPORT 08 ADMINISTRATION 09 COURTYARD 10 AMPITHEATRE 11 PLAYGROUND 12 LOUNGE 13 TRACK 14 LOOKOUT POINT 15 STAIRS DOWN TO BEACH 16 FEAUX BEACH


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CORPORATE OFFICES 01 02 03 04 05 06 07

Hand Renders of Corporate Offices. Drawn and rendered by hand and Prismacolor markers. Left: Conference room that showcases Mark Rothko’s artwork. Right: Executive Office with lounge seating that overlooks Dallas Skyline. Perspective views of Lawyers Office inspired by Frank Lloyd Wrights Prarie Style. Furniture and lighting chosen to represent the designer and style. Left: Small Conference area that seats up to 6 people. Right: Large Conference/Work Room that seats up to 12.

SMALL CONFERENCE AREA

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EXECUTIVE OFFICE


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SMALL CONFERENCE AREA

LARGE CONFERENCE AREA


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MEDIUM TECHNIQUES 01 02 03 04 05 06 07

Mediumm Techniques objective to associate and master the use of different mediums with a single image. Project was to find an interior space in a magazine and replicate the image in mutiple mediums: cross hatching, black and white, and color. Images were copied and repllicated by hand.

ORGINAL IMAGE

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CROSS HATCHING

COLOR

GRAYSCALE


6 F U R N I T U R E

V I G N E T T E

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Furniture Vignette for showroom inspired by Baker and The Barbara Barry Collection. Objective was to find a collection and replicate furni0 3 ture pieces to master AutoCAD. All furniture pieces are recreated from Barbara’s Collection and used to create a showroom setup. As a award 0 4 winnin designer, she is known for her streamlined interiors and elegant home furnishings. Oval X-Chair: twist on French Neoclassic form. Oval “X” Splat to the back and fully upholstered to the front. Exposed 0 5 wood frame and flaring arms. Tapered legs. Designed and rendered in AutoCAD 2D&3D. 06 07

“When designing my new collection for Baker I looked at how each piece related to the other and how those forms combined to create a certain mood. One of understated elegance.”

Barbara Barry

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OVAL X-BACK CHAIR

VIGNETTE FOR SHOWROOM


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F R E E H A N D D R A W I N G 01 02

Completed works in Freehand studio, illustraing different settings 0 3 and mediums. Left: Texas Tech English Building. Illustration of campus landscape and use of different medias. Drawn in watercolor and pen. 0 4 Middle: Illustration of various objects to learn the use of watercolor and porportions. Primary functioin to understand porportions and scale of the human body. 0 5 Right: Self Portrait: Drawn and rendered with Prismacolor pencils. Objective to master the use of various colors and media. 06

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WATERCOLOR

WATERCOLOR

SELF PORTRAIT


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