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TABLE OF CONTENTS

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Small Condominium

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Study Space

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Retail Space

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Personal Art

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Coffee Shop

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Fashion Fusion

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1200 sq ft apartment

Group Project - A redesign of study spaces around the UMN

Morning Glory Plant Shop-

Cafe Urbano

Wallcovering Dress

Resume


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PERSONAL ART


COFFEE SHOP

Concept Statement

To design a coffee shop located on the Mississippi River by the Stone Arch Bridge, elements will be brought in from the urban Minneapolis scene. Bright accent colors and expressive art will create a youthful energy, while a sophisticated color palette and contemporary furniture will allow all visitors to feel like they belong in the coffee shop. Geometric organic shapes will be repeated throughout the space to give a stable yet free feel. Verticals and a minimalistic design will create a open airy space that is furthered by daylighting and light colors. There will be a large focus on the local community, both in terms of people and in the construction of the coffee shop, as well as sustainability. The urban Minneapolis scene will be brought in through the use of reclaimed materials from around the city, a clean look that reflects the built environment, and local graffiti art. The coffee shop will act as a point of interest for tourist who want to see ‘urban Minneapolis’ as well as a place for locals to gather and share their interests around local art and music.

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COFFEE SHOP


PAST COURSES

To exhibit the skills and techniques gained through the Interior Design program at the University of Minnesota

EDUCATION University of Minnesota, Twin Cities College of Design Bachelor of Science in Interior Design

GPA: 3.58 Dean’s List: Spring 2010 Anticipated Graduation: May 2013

WORK EXPERIENCE Buffalo Wild Wings July 2011 - November 2011 Server Minneapolis, MN •Communicated with clients and coworkers to satisfy customers needs •Managed an equal balance of serving clients, assisting the other servers and coworkers, and maintaining a clean appearance to ensure a better restaurant environment and experience School of Architecture, University of Minnesota Jan 2011 – Dec 2011 Receptionist Minneapolis, MN •Assist office staff through answering phone calls, scheduling events, answering questions, and designing and posting posters to keep students and staff well informed and organized Camp Anokijig Summer 2009, 2010 Senior Counselor, Arts & Crafts Director Plymouth, WI •Planned and carried out daily activities to ensure fun and efficient projects •Explained projects and activities to campers and parents to help provide knowledge and comfortable understanding •Listened to campers and coworkers to better ensure a fair and fun environment Palermo Villa Restaurant Spring 2007 – Spring 2009 Busser Milwaukee, WI •Maintained clean and organized workspace to better serve and satisfy customers •Assisted servers in a collaborative effort to complete a variety of services resulting in a smooth and efficient work environment

RELATED COURSEWORK •Very knowledgable and experienced in AutoCAD 2011, AutoCAD Revit 2012, Google Sketch-UP, Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign •Excellent in hand drafting, rendering, and perspective drawing techniques •Knowledge of code requirements, material specifications, and lighting design •Knowledge and understanding of sustainable design practices and applications

ACTIVITIES U.S. Green Building Council Student Group - UMN, (Secretary 11-12) Fall 2009 – Present Habitat for Humanity Student Group - UMN Fall 2009 – Present University Honors Program Fall 2009 – Present American Society of Interior Designers Student Member Spring 2009 – Present National Society of Collegiate Scholars Spring 2010 – Present International Interior Design Association Student Member Fall 2010 - Present

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Fall 2009 • Foundations: Color & Design in Two and Three Dimensions • Interior Design Studio I Spring 2010 • Foundations: Drawing & Design in Two and Three Dimensions • Interior Design Studio II Fall 2010 • Textile Analysis • Interior Materials and Specifications • Computer Aided Design: Interior Design • Interior Design Studio III Spring 2011 • Lighting Design and Safety Issues • Interior Design and Life Safety Issues • Architecture and Ecology • Interior Design Studio IV Fall 2011 • Interior Design Ethics and Professional Practice • Interior Design Studio V Spring 2012 (Studied Abroad in Copenhagen) • Interior Architecture Studio • 20th & 21st Century Danish Architectural History • Integrated Sustainability

ROSE FRANKLIN

OBJECTIVE



Interior Design Portfolio