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SANDERS Interior Design Portfolio


Education Bachelor of Science in Interior Design. C.I.D.A. Accredited Mississippi State University, Starkville, MS Graduation: August 2018 GPA: 3.56/4.00 Major GPA: 3.68/4.00

Employment

International Study in Italy University of Arkansas Rome Center June 2015 GPA: 4.00/4.00

Awards/Scholarships

Clark Nexsen Intern - Virginia Beach, VA - June 2017-July 2017 - Arranged Weekly Lunch and Learns - Coordinated meetings with company representatives - Prepared multiple documents for quality control checks - Revised documents after red lining Display Designer for Amro Music Store - Memphis, TN-December 2016 - IdentiďŹ ed the needs of the client - Developed a concept - Managed time and funds - Constructed an eye catching display Shadowed at AK Design Studio - Memphis, TN- July 2015 - Generated FF&E binders for clients - Organized sample room

Computer Skills

1st Place 2017 BareďŹ eld Workplace Solutions Steelcase Project Scholarship winner ASID South Central Chapter Career Day Regional Student Design Competition 2017 Silver- Product Design Bronze- Hospitality Design ASID South Central Chapter Career Day Regional Student Design Competition 2016 Silver- Small Commercial Silver- New Student Spotlight- Residential President's List - Fall 2016- Fall 2017 Academic Scholarship - Fall 2013- Spring 2017 Music Scholarship - Fall 2013- Spring 2016

CAD

Revit

Illustrator

InDesign

Photoshop

SketchUp

Rhino

Microsoft


Contact 901.603.3837 srsanders717@gmail.com 9393 Morning Woods Cove Cordova, TN 38016

Travel

Honors & Activities Interior Design ASID MSU Resource Chair - Fall 2017- Spring 2018 ASID MSU Student Career Day Chair - Fall 2016 - Spring 2017 ASID MSU Student Chapter Member - Fall 2014 - present ASID National Student Member - Fall 2015 - present ASID MSU Freshman Representative - Fall 2014 - Spring 2015 Attended ASID South Central Student Career Day - 2015, 2016, 2017 Attended ASID MSU Lunch & Learns - 2014 - Spring 2017

Campus Vice President Sigma Phi Lambda - Fall 2016 - Spring 2017 Member Sigma Phi Lambda - Fall 2014 - 2017 Social Chair Sigma Phi Lambda - Fall 2015 - Spring 2016 Member Famous Maroon Marching Band - Fall 2013 - 2015 Member Famous Maroon Symphonic Band - Spring 2014, 2015, 2016

Community Service Art in the Park Salvation Army Habitat for Humanity

Related Courses

Austria, Germany, Italy, Mexico, Netherlands, USA Computer

Design

CAD 3D CAD Color & Lighting Integrated Lighting Detailing & Construction Digital Design

Furniture Design Hand Rendering Interior Materials Photography Textiles for Interiors Theory of Architecture


Table of Contents

Hospitality

Retail

Corporate

Craneo Hotel & Spa - 07 The Lion’s Head - 29

Sirens & Sailors - 37

Espress-Go - 49


Healthcare

Educational

Creative

Next Steelcase Competition - 63

Armstrong Middle School - 73

Product Design - 85 Furniture Design - 87 Hand Rendering - 89 Design II - 91


Craneo Hotel & Spa

Hospitality

Retail

Corporate


Healthcare

Educational

Creative

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CRANEO Hotel & Spa

Concept Craneo takes its concept from a popular tradition in the Spanish Culture, DĂ­a de los Muertos, the day of the dead. It is a celebration of life. Participants wear clothes of black and white and they adorn themselves with color. The boutique hotel, located in the Gas Lamp district of San Diego, celebrates the life of its guests. The celebration of life can be felt by the vibrant colors and luxe materials. Just as day of the dead celebrates loved ones ďŹ nding their peace in paradise, Craneo gives its guests a piece of paradise. Their every need will be catered to and the guest experience is top priority. It is a tribute to culture. In a world, seemingly so black and white, Craneo will add some color to life.


Group Project. Fall 2017 Duration: 5 Weeks. Scope of Work: 32,000 SF. Software Used: AutoCad, Revit, Adobe Suite, iMovie.

Design Notes Celebration - Provide a celebratory experience - Vivid colors painted on a black and white canvas

Paradise - Provide a haven from the busy San Diego atmosphere - Guests can ďŹ nd their piece of paradise in the spa - Patrons can seek refuge in the lobby bar or luxurious rooftop milieu

Culture - Supply a unique cultural experience - Juxtaposition of classic Spanish inuence and modern clean lines. - Celebrate life through culture

Responsibilities: Programming, Space Planning, Revit Modeling, FF&E Selection, Digital Rendering, Millwork Drawing, Physical Model of Rooftop.

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Design Process Concept Mapping

CRANEO

Branding

Rooftop Level 18

3 A-102

Frent e 2

LA ORBITA

A-101

Plan View 1'-0" = 1/2"

Live Wood Edge

ID Studio V Millwork Detail

Pomulo

Cha Chara

1 A-101

Guest Rooms Level 2-17

UNFINISHED OAK WOOD

3'-6" 4'-6"

STEEL BASE

3'-6"

Craneo Scale:

1'-0"- 1/2"

Date:

11.27.17

Lobby A-101 1 Level

Drawn by: 8'-10"

7'-5" 2 Front Elevation A-101 1'-0" = 1/2"

Reception Desk Sketch

Material Selections

Reception Desk Millwork

Regan Sanders

Stacking Diagram


Lobby Perspective

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1. Reception 2. Concierge 3. Bellman 4. Pomulo Bar 5. Cha Chara Restaurant 6. Lobby

7. Luggage Storage 8. Business Center 9. Women’s Restroom 10. Men’s Restroom 11. Fitness Center 12. Frente Spa

13. Women’s Locker Room 14 Men’s Locker Room 15. Women’s Massage Room 16. Women’s Facial Room 17. Men’s Massage Room 18. Men’s Facial Room

Level 1 Rendered Floorplan

19. Couples Massage Room 20. Zen Room


Large glass doors at the far end of the lobby open the space up to the outside. These doors allow natural light to lood the lobby and provide fresh air to the interior spaces. The doors pivot into place and allow a seamless transaction from the lobby to the patio.

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Cha Chara Pomulo

The lobby restaurant and bar derive their names from Spanish words for parts of the skull. CHA CHARA named for the nasal bones, and Pomulo (the lobby’s bar) named after the cheekbones. Traditional design elements such as stucco columns, spanish tile accents, and intricate wallcoverings, transport guests to the extravagant side of of the culture.

Key Plan Materials Daltile Marble Attache - Nero Swavell Faux Leather Chateaux Nickel Fabricut Sylvan Vinyard Velvet Xanthina Byzantine Flock


The frontal bone covers the part of the brain that controls cognitive skills like emotional expression and problem solving, Frente gives guests an opportunity to recover from the stress of life. The Zen room features a custom moss wall that encourages a smooth transition from the outside world to a meditative state. Custom swings help relieve the pressures of the world.

Frente

Key Plan Materials Daltile Marble Attache Daltile Glass Tile Mosaic Sunbrella Salinas Vapor

Swing Sketch

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Guest Room Concept Sketch

Elevation Key

1. Elevator Lobby 2. King Room 3. King Room 4. King Room 5. King Room 6. Queen Room

7. Queen Room 8. Deluxe Suite 9. Queen Room 10. Double Room 11. Double Room 12. Queen Room

13. King Room 14. King Room 15. Junior Suite 16. King Room 17. Double Room 18. Queen Room Hallway Elevation

Level 2 Rendered Floorplan


The king rooms and suites offer a warm, rust color palette inspired by the rich colored petals which are the main feature of the Marigold. All rooms include a custom black and white wall feature and wood ceiling beams.

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Custom built-ins are a luxurious addition to the ample amount of closet space provided. The armoire acts as a media center with additional drawer storage.


The King room on-suite features a luxurious soaker bathtub, double vanity, and large walk-in shower. All on-suites have the custom tile wall with the marigold imprinted tile.

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LA ORBITA

La Orbita derives its name from the Spanish term for the orbital bone. The rooftop encourages the patrons to take in a 360 degree view of San Diego while enjoying a drink from the eye shaped bar.

1. Elevator Lobby 2. La Orbita Entrance 3. La Orbita Bar & Grill 4. Private Dining Room 5. Fire Pits and Seating 6. Infinity Pool 7. Casual Outdoor Lounge

Level 18 Rendered Floorplan

8. Women’s Pool Restroom 9. Men’s Pool Restroom 10. Women’s Restroom 11. Men’s Restroom 12. Poolside Bar 13. In-Pool Seating


One of La Orbita’s features is the ininity pool. It is a great spot to soak in the sunshine and enjoy lunch or dinner. There is a custom seating vignette built into the ininity pool that provides guests a unique place to observe the city.

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The custom live wall was made to resemble the traditional design element of paneling. This poolside bar has an engraved wood front that reects traditional spanish motifs.


Sunny San Diego can have chilly evenings. The irepits are a wonderful place to admire the skyline while enjoying a cocktail and appetizer.

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Located inside the rooftop bar and grill, this open air seating is a unique, chic way to enjoy dinner.


The eye shaped bar with copper countertops is the main feature of the restaurant.

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Large windows ood every room with natural lighting and provide incredible views of the city.

The black and white wall feature gives the impression of higher ceilings while giving depth to the room.

Design Notes -All rooms boast a black & white wall feature -Custom built-ins in addition to closet space -Separate room for lavatory -Large window in every room

Guestroom Maquette


Rooftop Model

Construction Notes -We chose to incorporate ooring into our physical model to better show the different spacial zones on the rooftop. -The model was constructed over a period of 5 days. -The pitched roof is detachable to provide a closer look to the bar area.

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The Lion’s Head

Hospitality

Retail

Corporate


Healthcare

Educational

Creative

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  Armstrong THE LION’S HEAD

Middle School

Concept On the Croatian coast in a medieval town called Dubrovnik, the sea carves new patterns into ancient rock. Capite Leonis –The Lion’s Head celebrates the history and medieval stone that built Dubrovnik, nodding to King Richard the Lionhearted and the banner of the Croatian region of Dalmatia for its name—but embraces the youthful culture that proved itself indestructible after so many years of war and oppression. When a patron enters The Lion’s Head, he will gain a sense of Croatia in its wild, unbreakable strength.


Group Project. Fall 2016

Duration: 5 Weeks.

Scope of Work: 7,000 SF.

Software Used: AutoCad, Revit, Adobe Suite.

Design Notes Culture

Bronze Hospitality Design

- Fuse Croatian culture into the restaurant - Create a coffee bar and informal seating area to entice patrons throughout the day

Juxtaposition - Merge the ancient ruins with the avant-garde - Marble oor has a mirrored contrast in the sleek furnishing and iron partitions - Sense of innovation and luxury

Privacy - Provide acoustic and visual privacy - Custom 8’ glass and iron partitions allow light to pass through into the interior spaces while reducing sound reverb.

Responsibilities: Programming, Space Planning, Revit Modeling, FF&E Selection.

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Design Process

Adjacent Close Block Diagram

Material Selections


Exterior Perspective

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5 4 The main dining room boasts rich colors and traditional design elements, while incorporating clean modern lines. It is a nod to the Croatian past and to their future.

2 1 3 1. Hostess/ Entry 2. Coffee Bar & Lounge 3. Patio Dining 4. Main Dining Room 5. Private Dining

Level 1 Rendered Floorplan

6. Men’s Restroom 7. Women’s Restroom 8. Full Bar 9. Service Station 10. Storage


The main dining room ows onto the patio through custom revolving doors. They allow the salty sea air to ow into the space. The patio is covered by a stucco arched awning.

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Sirens & Sailors

Hospitality

Retail

Corporate


Healthcare

Educational

Creative

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Concept Ancient myths and legends speak of mermaids and their trinkets, pirates and their treasure, and the mystical lure of sirens to the unfortunate sailors that sailed the high seas. The sirens of Greek Mythology loved their accessories and were the most fashionable creatures of the ocean. Sailors scoured the ocean longing to uncover the mystery of the ocean and any treasure that lay beneath the water. People love to accessorize in one form or another. Stores often aunt their beautiful items in the store windows to taunt us as we pass by. Eventually, we give in to the beauty and sail in for a closer look. Accessories are our mythical sirens, and we are the sailors.


Individual Project. Fall 2016

Duration: 5 Weeks. Scope of Work: 7,400 SF.

Software Used: AutoCad, Revit, Adobe Suite.

Design Notes Mystery Lure customers in through unique branding - Create interior spaces that continuously call customers to the merchandise -

Entrancing - Design will pull customers in and entice customers to stay to shop - Curvilinear lines will engage customers - Create a mesmerizing experience

Surge - Create an energy that carries customers through the space - The energy must be strong enough to guide them, yet gentle enough to let them stop and browse through the merchandise.

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Design Process Concept Mapping

Level 1

Logo Development

Material Selections

Level 2


Exterior Elevation

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Stock Room

Hand Bag Perspective

Eyewear Elevation 1. Cash Wrap 2. Hand Bags 3. Wallets 4. Watches 5. Jewelry 6. Fragrance

Level 1 Rendered Floorplan

7. Hats 8. Eyewear 9. Gloves 10. Belts 11. Show Windows 12. Elevator Lobby

Elevation Key Level one acts as a siren that pulls the customer in. It boasts a clean color scheme that resembles the rocks the sirens would sit on and beckon to the sailors.


Example of Ceiling Installation

Design Inspiration The first floor RCP mimics the waves that push and pull the ship to the sirens and treasure. Likewise, the RCP acts as the current that pulls the patron through the store.

Lighting Legend

Chandelier Pendant Light Currey Lighting Currey Lighting

Track Lighting Recessed Can Cooper Lighting Cooper Lighting

Level 1 Reflected Ceiling Plan

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Outerwear Elevation

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1. Elevator Lobby 2. Fur Fitting Room 3. Furs 4. Men’s Outerwear 5. Luggage 6. Briefcases 7. Watches 8. Accessories 9. Women’s Outerwear 10. Bar & Lounge

Elevation Key

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Level two is dedicated to the sailors. It resembles the ship that carries the sailors to their treasure. The colors transform from cool and crisp tones of the ocean, to the warm tones of the ship.

Level 2 Rendered Floorplan


Example of Ceiling Installation

Design Inspiration The second oor RCP mimics ship sails-strong canvas that adorns the vessel and carries it to its destination. Lighting Legend

Chandelier Pendant Light Currey Lighting Currey Lighting

Track Lighting Recessed Can Cooper Lighting Cooper Lighting

Level 2 Reected Ceiling Plan

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Locating the vertical transportation and stairs in a central location makes the shopping experience easier on the patrons. The stairs are wrapped in glass and shiplap.


The designer luggage is displayed on custom wood shelving units. This is also home to men’s accessories and watches.

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Espress-Go

Hospitality

Retail

Corporate


Healthcare

Educational

Creative

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Concept Coffee shops have a reputation of being a meeting space. During the enlightenment period, coffee shops played a crucial role to the inuential thinkers of England. Here they would think, collaborate, and debate. The same is true today. People pour into coffee shops to have meetings, study, and get work done. Espress-Go’s design intent is to bring the coffee shop to their employees. The interior will be that of a medium roast. Warm, rich colors, with light and airy design accents.


Individual Project. Spring 2017 Duration: 5 Weeks. Scope of Work: 22,500SF.

Software Used: AutoCad, Revit, Adobe Suite.

Design Notes Collaboration vs. Privacy

1st Place Steelcase Competition

- Supply a variety of work environments for collaboration and solitary work - Allocate third spaces for a quick meeting or phone call

Wellbeing - Provide opportunities for employees to revitalize themselves - Steelcase Walk-Fits are a great opportunity for wellness and work to collide

Resilient Real Estate - Allow for rearrangement of work and breakout spaces - Flexible seating and workstations will help the company meet a variety of needs

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Design Process LED lights to be installed in between each pallet slat.

Level 1

Custom Light Sketch

Adjacent Close Level 2

Material Selections

Level 3

Custom Fabric


General Spaces

Education Spaces

Storage

Level 1 Breakout Spaces

Open OfďŹ ces

Private OfďŹ ces

Out of Scope of Work

Level 2

Level 3

Color-coded Plans

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The first level is dedicated to educational spaces the company needs to educate new employees.

Level 1 Floorplan

1. Lobby 2. Large Breakout Room 3. Copy/Fax 4. Phone Lobby 5. Breakout 1 6. Breakout 2

7. Classroom A 8. Classroom B 9. Phone Lobby 10. Library 11. Office 12. IT Room

13. Storage 14 Men’s Restroom 15. Women’s Restroom


Reclaimed Pallet LED Lighting System

Lighting Legend

Baird Trio Currey Lighting

E3 LED Troffer Cooper Lighting

Air Supply & Return

Recessed Can Cooper Lighting

Inspiration Images

Level 1 Relected Ceiling Plan

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Level two is home to the regional office as well as educational spaces and a work cafe.

Level 2 Floorplan

1. Lobby Below 2. Phone Lobby 3. Classroom C 4. Breakout 3 5. Breakout 4 6. Cafe

7. Regional Office 8. Breakout 5 9. Copy/Fax 10. Storage 11. Women’s Restroom 12. Men’s Restroom


Reclaimed Pallet LED Lighting System

Lighting Legend

Baird Trio Currey Lighting

E3 LED Troffer Cooper Lighting

Air Supply & Return

Recessed Can Cooper Lighting

Inspiration Images

Level 2 Relected Ceiling Plan

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Level 3 holds all of the corporate offices. It boasts a room for 2 Steelcase Walk-Fits. Wellness rooms allows employees to maintain a healthy workplace lifestyle.

Level 3 Floorplan

1. Elevator Lobby 2. Corporate Office 3. Walk-Fit Wellness space 4. Breakout 6 5. Coffee Bar

6. Breakout 7 7. Breakout 8 8. Focus zone 9. Men’s Restroom 10. Women’s Restroom


Reclaimed Pallet LED Lighting System

Lighting Legend

Baird Trio Currey Lighting

E3 LED Troffer Cooper Lighting

Air Supply & Return

Recessed Can Cooper Lighting

Inspiration Images

Level 3 Relected Ceiling Plan

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This transitional space is the heart of the ďŹ rst level. The window into the classroom utilizes the Casper Cloaking Technology that makes all screens appear blank for privacy purposes.


The private offices are located around the perimeter of the floorplan. They have a curtain wall with frosted glazing to minimize distractions, while allowing light into the open office

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Next-Steelcase Competition

Hospitality

Retail

Corporate


Healthcare

Educational

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Concept In a world of diversity, “Next” bridges the gap by bringing two very different groups together for the sole purpose of wellness. The patient, young or old, will experience a new clinic with influence from the past. The mixture of old worn materials and the softness of greenery and live walls will create a peaceful atmosphere that is conducive to holistic health.


Individual Project. Fall 2017

Duration: 4 Weeks. Scope of Work: 12,000 SF. Software Used: AutoCad, Revit, Adobe Suite.

Design Notes Rejuvenation - Focus on rejuvenating the mind, body, and soul through massage therapy and other holistic practices - Provide a calming water feature and live walls to purify the air

Growth - Provide educational environments to broaden the patients knowledge - The work cafe will offer cooking courses to teach patients how to prepare healthy meals

Privacy - Personal matters such as money, BP, and weight will be handled inside the exam room - Live walls will help absorb sound and block sightlines - Pink noise machines will be used to cancel out excess sound

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Design Process Branding

Concept Mapping

Reception Adjacent Close

Material Selections

Reception Sketch


Work Cafe Perspective

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FF&E Selections

Patients will be ushered to 1 of 10 treatment room as soon as possible. They will pay and make appointments in their exam room, then exit the clinic through doors by the mothers room.

Rendered Floorplan

1. Lobby/Reception 2. Exam Rooms 3. ADA Restroom 4. Open Office A 5. Private Office 1 6. Private Office 2 7. Large Conference Room 8. Work Cafe 9. Open Office B 10. Copy/Fax 11. Small Conference Room 12. Education Room A 13. Education Room B 14. Consult Room 1 15. Consult Room 2 16. Facial Room 17. ADA Restroom with Shower 18. Massage Room 1 19. Massage Room 2 20. Spa Waiting Room 21. Environmental Room 22. Mother’s Room


Ceiling Inspiration Lighting Legend

Fiori OLC Lighting

UNA LED OLC Lighting

Recessed Can Cooper Lighting

Reected Ceiling Plan

The RCP draws inspiration from the historic underground Seattle passages. The passages have beautifully engineered skylights, so natural light could illuminate the streets of old.

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The exam rooms at Next are designed to bring the warmth of nature into healthcare. The custom forest wallcovering adds depth to the rooms.


The ceiling details found around the ofďŹ ce are inspired by the skylights found in underground Seattle. They are equipped with OLC Fiori lights.

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Armstrong Middle School

Hospitality

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Healthcare

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Concept Pods are a prevalent theme throughout Armstrong Middle School. Clusters of learning environments provide a sense of community and boost the moral of the students. The students are put into 1 of 3 different “clusters” and this becomes their learning atmosphere for the school year. The first level is grouped into larger clusters, as this will be the area the students come together with different grades as well as people from the Starkville community. The students' flame for learning will be ignited in their pod and it will be fueled by the teachers and the community.


Interdisciplinary Project. Fall 2017

Duration: 2 Weeks. Scope of Work: 44,000 SF. Software Used: AutoCad, Revit, Adobe Suite.

Design Notes Interdisciplinary Competition

Community - Teaching classrooms are an important addition to the school - Create environments to connect the community to the school

Lighting - Enlarge exterior windows - Add skylights to bring natural light into the interior of the building - Implement LED and smart lighting systems to provide high quality lighting

Circulation - Create a circulation pattern that allows pods to circulate smoothly - Give each pod access to a restroom and staircase

Responsibilities: Programming, Space Planning, Revit Modeling, FF&E Selection, 2 Digital Renderings.

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Design Process Concept Mapping

Adjacent Close Level 1 Bubble Diagram

Material Selections

Level 2 Bubble Diagram


Exterior Perspective

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1. Main Entrance 2. Main Office 3. Accountant 4. Office Clerk 5. Employee Lounge 6. Principal’s Office 7. Vice Principal’s Office

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8. IT Office 9. Nurse 10. Conference Room 11. Main Library 12. Technology Lab 13. MSU Teaching Classroom A 14. MSU Teaching Classroom B

15. Multi-purpose Room 1 16. Multi-purpose Room 2 17. Intervention Room 18. Art Lab 19. Men’s Restroom 20. Women’s Restroom 21. Women’s Restroom

Level 1 Rendered Floorplan

22. Men’s Restroom 23. ADA Restroom 24. ADA Restroom 25. Outdoor Learning


The main loor is the heart of the school. Upon entry, students, employees, and visitors will see a grand staircase. There is a skylight through the center of the building to bring light to the interior.

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1. Pod 1 Math 2. Pod 1 Computer Lab 3. Pod 1 English 4. Pod 1 Science 5. Pod 1 History 6. Pod 1 Library

7. Pod 1 Restroom 8. Pod 2 History 9. Pod 2 Computer Lab 10. Pod 2 Science 11. Pod 2 English 12. Pod 2 Math

13. Pod 2 Library 14. Pod 2 Restroom 15. Pod 3 Computer Lab 16. Special Education 17. Pod 3 History 18. Pod 3 English

Level 2 Rendered Floorplan

19. Pod 3 Library 20. Pod 3 Science 21. Pod 3 Math 22. Pod 3 Restroom 23. Teacher Supply Room


There are a total of 3 pods of classrooms on level 2. Every pod is equipped with a small library that the teachers can personalize. It is a great spot for after school tutoring. Natural light loods the space through the linear skylights.

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Creative

Hospitality

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Corporate


Healthcare

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Product Design

Jazz It Up Jazz It Up, created from 3 Alto Saxophones, was inspired by the calming and inspiring effect music has on its listeners. Lighting can have the same calming and inspiring effects. Meshing the two aspects together creates a luminaire ready to leave people in awe and inspired.

Silver Product Design


The Phillips LED Strips and Bulbs allow for custom color changes. The openings, once covered by keypads, allow the light to escape and ood the room.

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Furniture Design

fantaisie Inspired by the twisting and turning sculpture outside of Omaha’s Culinary Institute, Fantaisie brings a sense of whimsicality to any space.

Inspiration

1’-6”

3’-6”

2’-0”

2’-0”


SPROUT Sprout, inspired by the drawings by James Sowerby, represents the curvilinear formation a plant goes through during its life cycle.

Inspiration Images by James Sowerby

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Hand Rendering


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Design II

Color Studies Purpose: To further understand the color wheel and how colors relate and react to each other. Task: Select an inspiration image to select colors from. Create a geometric design using photoshop. Complete a series of color schemes using colors from your inspiration image.

Landscape near Montecarlo by Claude Monet


Achromatic

Complementary

Bezold Effect

Monochromatic

Split Complementary

Color Harmony

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Thank You

901.603.3837

9393 Morning Woods Cove Cordova, TN 38016

srsanders717@gmail.com


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