Interior Design Portfolio - Rheanna Abel

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EVERY GREAT DESIGN

BEGINS WITH AN EVEN BETTER

STORY. - LORINDA MAMO


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Senior Capstone Hybrid Work Environment

J.K. Place

Boutique Hotel Office

Ignyte

Market Research Firm

Perception

Immersive Experience

Seaside Serenity Pediatric Care Center

Grounded

Oncology Hospital Room

CC Square

College Central Remodel

Carlyle

Luxury Condominium

Photography

Favorite Selected Works


SENIOR CAPSTONE Hybrid Work Environment 40,000 Square Feet

Corporate and Hospitality Design Programs Used: AutoCAD, SketchUp, Revit, Lumion, and Lightroom Our overall mental health and well-being have become increasingly important in the result of COVID-19, with 40% of U.S. adults reporting to have struggled with increased anxiety & depression, substance use, and suicidal thoughts in 2020. After months working apart, employees say the main reason they want to come back to the office is to be with other people, socialize, and collaborate in ways that are just not possible remotely anymore. The intent of this project is to create an alternative to the traditional workplace using a real easte firm as an example that provides a hybrid solution on how companies can provide spaces for a wide variety of needs and users adaptable to change over time. I organized my research and final design into three categoires that I believe are the most important elements to address our mental health and well-being in working environments: culutre, wellness, and flexibility. This design will fill the missing intrinsic human experience of working together in spaces that foster creativity and innovation that organizations truly need for productivity and growth.

CONCEPT Network

Using the research gathered on what connection truly symbolizes in this project, network is all about how we can make the workplace an experience that people want to go into the office. This symbolism is translated into this design as a way to foster those human connections that support our mental health and well-being in a conducive environment. Using an arrangement of intersecting horizontal and vertical lines, these strong linear design elements are pulled throughout the floor plan and details as a way to visually show connection and movement throughout the space.


Regional Office

Home Office

Central Office Coworking Space

Regional Office

HUB AND SPOKE 2.0 Inspired by the “hub-and-spoke” model used in the aviation industry, the physical office acts as the central nervous system of brand and culture for a more widely distributed network of employees. Coming to central office in the future will mean a suspension from the work routine. It will be a space of gathering rather than open-plan desking and its functions will be geared towards an exceptional experience for staff and the public.

Located in Lawrenceville, one of the largest neighborhood areas in Pittsburgh, the chosen site for this project takes place in an old industrial warehouse building originally built by Ford Motor company in 1910 that was used as a manufacturing facility. This building is large enough to execute this example of a medium sized real estate company to utilize the hub and spoke model by making this site the central office location for Pittsburgh.

SITE LOCATION

The site has great access to a variety of local amenities with over 30 local restaurants, coffee shops, and bars within a 15 minute walk from site, as well as shopping and entertainment after office hours. There is abundant parking on the street or lot behind the building with two bus stops adjacent to building, and rentable bikes across street.

3700 Butler Street Lawrenceville, PA 15201 United States

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Reception

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Coat Closet

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Event Space

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Work Cafe

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Grab n Go Station

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Ghost Kitchen

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Parking Garage

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Bike Storage

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Unisex Showers


Event Space The first element to this design is culture. Culture is about who you are, and it’s what you stand for and value as a community of people pursuing a shared mission, especially at a company. You can think of it as an operating system—the behind-the-scenes code driving the behaviors of how employees work together and treat each other. Not only do we need to implement this type of culture in the workplace, we also need to integrate the community around us. Instead of a ground floor that’s only accessed by tenants, we can reinvent these sidewalk-facing storefronts to be multi-use destinations that serve the community, not just single-use spaces that cater solely to the daytime workforce. The Event Space is a primary gathering space for clients and visitors of the building for meetings and events during the day and evening. This real estate firm can utilize the space for tours and presentations of commercial spaces, while local outside associations can rent out this space for special events as well. While not in use, the LED screens display images of nature to promote biophillic design within the interior space. The Work Cafe serves both the company and community with a variety of social seating for eating and informal conversations. The space will works hand in hand with the Grab n Go Station providing pre-made health and nutritious food selections by the Ghost Kitchen staff.

Reception

Work Cafe

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Breakout Area

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In-Between Lounge

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Entry Lockers

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Conference Room

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Phone Booth

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Men’s Restroom

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Women’s Restroom CH - 10'-8" AFF

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TV PANEL

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ACOUSTIC CEILING PANEL

WHITEBOARD PANEL

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Locker Entry

In-Between Lounge

The second element is flexibility, the hallmark of future successful organizations. We’re going to see a series of spaces in the office to support these physical and virtual worlds to retain the part of the office that brings us together for a purposeful experience. There will be an increased need for more adaptable, reconfigurable spaces that support physical and virtual collaboration. Only 19% of U.S. workers want to work from home full time; over half would prefer a hybrid of 1-2 days or 3-4 days of working from home. For years, data has shown that employees who have the flexibility to work in multiple locations are happiest and more satisfied with their jobs. The future workplace can leverage those benefits to help employees optimize their own performance. The Breakout Area becomes the flexibile meeting space for employees to collaborate, present, and discuss new ideas with colleagues and clients physically and virtually during the day and evening. A variety of seating arrangements and custom design panel dividers serve as a temporary oasis for employees equipped with the most innovative technology for a collaborative focused office. These spaces will foster collaboration and innovation between colleagues through huddle sessions, breakout ideation, pin ups and critiques; all essential aspects needed for a productive team to thrive in a physical space.

Breakout Area

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LED LIGHT

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Tea Bar

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Seating Area

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Men’s Restroom

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Women’s Restroom

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Outdoor Patio

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Rooftop Garden

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Maintenance Closet


Tea Bar

Seating Area

Rooftop Garden

The lessons learned from the experience of working from home during COVID offer an opportunity to rethink the last element, wellness, in the physical work environment. In some ways, the world of building design changed more in 2020 than it did the past decade. New practices will impact anyone who wants to ensure their organization is alive and healthy in the future. Every single customer, employee, tenant, client, now thinks about the way spaces impact our work and life. From here, we can expect a new level of focus on personal health through wellness. Biophillic concepts were incorporated from The WELL Building Standard®, a performance-based system for measuring, certifying, and monitoring building features that impact human health and well-being. A Tea Bar serves as a part-time working, relaxing, and gathering space for employees to escape to with connection to nature and veiws of the city any time of the day and season. Tea bars are similar to coffee shops, but make tea the spotlight of their menus. Some tea bars transition from day to night with tea-centric cocktails that bring a new wave of flavors for bartenders to experiment with. Many types of tea can contribute to your wellness, including varieties with digestive benefits, stress-relieving properties, or energy boosts. It was a necessity to have accessible power in these spaces so that it gave employees the freedom to work outdoors.

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J.K. Place Boutique Hotel Corporate Office 15,000 Square Feet

Corporate Design Programs Used: AutoCAD, SketchUp, and Lumion Awards: 1st Place in Commercial Design (Positive Space 2021) J.K. Place is an Italian boutique hotel chain with four locations in Florence, Capri, Rome, and Paris and was founded by Ori Kafri in 2003. The name is an homage to his father (Jonathan Kafri, aka “JK”). The brand sets itself apart from other hotels by focusing on its philosophy; service, attention to detail comfort and atmosphere, ensuring that guests feel totally at home in the luxurious surroundings, whether staying for business or pleasure. His philosophy as a hotelier, ‘we did not try to be different, we simply tried to be ourselves.’ When you travel, it is important that wherever you go, you experience something different. The owner is looking forward to opening more hotels in Europe and the U.S., having their office headquarters in Rome, the capital of Italy, is a well centered location for this Italian hotel chain to work on establishing their brand in other countries.

CONCEPT Living Moments

Life is a series of experiences. This design is challenged to create a workspace capable of activating the sense of belonging and personality. Decoding the iconic moments in which people get in touch with the J.K. Hotel brands enabled me to identify meaning for consumers. The new office headquarters is divided into three fundamentals of life that is inspired by the owner’s personal philosophy: 1. Family - is the basis of dedicating moments of conviviality and relaxation that pays homage to Italian luxury and sophistication. 2. Coherence – is the personal areas and lifestyle of the workplace where employees enrich in focus and productivity. 3. Transmission - is about collaborating new ideas and rediscovering the origins that brought the brand to where it is today. Eclectic mixes of architectural detailing, modern and contemporary furniture and artwork, and unique decor pieces that outline the brand’s identity create an intriguing and sophisticated working environment. The resulting design is a place that, as a whole, narrates the identity of J.K. Place and is a showcase of its continuing success into the future.


Family is the heart of dedicating

moments of conviviality and relaxation. Spaces included in this group are reception, eating areas, and lounge spaces that foster people spending time with each other. Enriching red hues and yellow mixed with a classic navy create a warm and welcoming environment full of eclectic personality and pay homage to Italian luxury and sophistication.

Coherence is the personal areas and lifestyle of

the workplace where employees enrich in focus and productivity. Private offices, open workstations, and concentration rooms are important for this area. Yellow hues are pulled from the main color palette and mixed with the secondary color green that creates a warm sophisticated working environment with the feeling and comfort of home.

Transmission is about collaborating new

ideas and rediscovering the origins that brought the brand to where it is today. Areas included are conference rooms, presentation rooms, and other collaboration spaces to promote more human interaction throughout the office. These spaces incorporate the rich navy hue from the main color palette and mix with a muted pink and vibrant purple, stimulating creativity and inspiration.

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Waiting Area

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Presentation Room

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Lunchroom

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Conference Room

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Planning Room

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President’s Office

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Vice President’s Office

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Secretary

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Interior Designers

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Graphic Designers

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Copywriters

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Bookkeepers

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Assistant Comptroller

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Library

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Mail Room

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Phone Booth

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Reception Area

Welcome Desk

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Reception Lounge Inspired by the classic reception layouts in every J.K. Place hotel, the office reception area becomes a welcoming social space for guests and employees. A sky lit atrium, double arch walkways, twin high back chairs mixed with neutral modern furniture, contemporary artwork setting the scene, and classical statues create an environment full of eclectic interest and personality. Unique flea market pieces that the founder, Ori Kafri, always adds into his hotels can be seen throughout this space from elegant lamps on an

antique wooden consol table to aging scultpure pieces lining a bookshelf. Classic black and white diamond tile seen in many Italian entrances fosters a sense of movement throughout the space and contrasts against the light Italian woodwork. The lunchroom takes on an opulent form of dining within an office space to showcase the importance of family and friends sharing a meal together, one of the strongest values in Italian culture, representing those living moments of conviviality spent at the table with coworkers.

Lunchroom Room Name

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President’s Office Open working environments are accented with green hues in modern coffered ceiling panels that provide acoustical function. The flow of the space, highlighted with light wood and brass metal details, create a spacious and calming atmosphere to promote focus and productivity for its users. Ample storage is provided for each employee while still maintaining a clean-lined, modern style for the overall space. The president’s office is ignited with rich yellow hues for the

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shelving and accent walls to give feeling for those moments of energy and productivity, as well as warmth from an Italian home. Each private office has its own seating nook, pulling eclectic decorative pieces to give each space its own character. J.K. hotels always feature pictures of architectural interiors from classical places in Italy, I was able to put my own twist on this and incorporate my own pictures while studying abroad in Rome.

Vice President’s Office


Conference Room

Presentation Room

Accent Wall

Moveable velvet textured curtains surround the conference area giving it the flexibility to be a closed, private meeting space and an open collaborative room for employees when not used for meetings. The modern coffered acoustical panels are repeated in this space, giving the grey neutral space a pop of purple, promoting creativity. The presentation room commemorates the origins of the brand and its Italian location by putting these elements on display in the form of photography and eclectic decorative pieces featured on an arch design bookshelf, a reminder of what made the J.K. Place become what it is today. An accent wall creates an area dedicated for pre-meetings, reflective thinking and relaxation, or just a place to have a conversation with someone. In regard to this abstract way of thinking when it comes to creativity and transmission, a textured wall becomes the focal point for sparking conceptual ideas and thoughts. This image was taken as I was walking along a rusticated street in Rome. The plaster relief texture and variating colors that come from this image was something that I wanted to include in this design to demonstrate those moments that we can communicate these abstract images to promote something inspiring.

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Ignyte Market Research Firm 5,600 Square Feet

Corporate Design Programs Used: Revit, AutoCAD, SketchUp, and Lumion Ignyte is a branding agency driven by transformation and growth. They believe a strong brand is at the core of every successful business and essential for strategic growth. Ignyte helps businesses grow by transforming their brands into valuable business assets that inspire employees, motivate customers, and generate lasting economic value. Their data-driven approach creates meaningful brands that connect with audiences on a visceral level. They do more than craft elegant logos, powerful websites, and engaging stories by creating brands built for growth. This on-the-rise market research firm is opening a new office in the Pittsburgh area. They plan to offer services such as product development, customer satisfaction, segmentation, branding and pricing for service companies and associations. The design program is expected to allow for anticipated growth over the next five years. Comfort and productivity for employees and visitors are to be dominant design factors, but image is very important and creativity is highly valued by the firm. A knowlege of contract documentation was also utilized in this project. Detailed drawings from the project will be highlighting the main features of the final design.

CONCEPT

Authenticity - Clarity Through Storytelling Using Ignyte’s bold, yet simplistic identity and it’s philosophy on brand authenticity, this office embodies the transparency behind stories, rich with imagery and texture layered together, that inspires people to feel intimately connected and moved by the brand. This office goes beyond the conventional approach to the traditional work environment and takes advantage of graphic elements to create a visual representation of the brand’s culture and identity.


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Executive Assistant

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Women’s Bathroom

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Lunchroom

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Creative Director

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Corridors

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Eating Area

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Beverage Center

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Managing Partner

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Conference Room

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Print Center

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Survey Room A

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Managing Director

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Workstations

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Janitor’s Closet

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Survey Room B

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Visioning Room

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Data Closet

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Ignyte

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GWB-3 GWB-1 GWB-2 10' - 0" A.F.F. 10' - 6" A.F.F. 10' - 0" A.F.F.

GWB-3 GWB-2 GWB-1 AC-1 10' - 0" A.F.F. 10' - 0" A.F.F. 10' - 6" A.F.F. 10' - 0" A.F.F.

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Conference Room Janitor's Closet

GWB-1 WP-1 9' - 6" A.F.F. 10' - 0" A.F.F.

Lunchroom

GWB-1 AC-1 9' - 6" A.F.F. 10' - 0" A.F.F.

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Men's Bathroom 104

Women's Bathroom 105

Conference Room 106

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CPT-1 GWB PT-2/GWB RB-1 PT-1/PT-3 GWB PT-2/GWB PT-1/PT-3 RB-1 GWB PT-2/GWB PT-1/PT-3 Base Tarkett PT-5 Perceptions Royale PT-5 PT-5 LV-1 PT-1 RB-2 AC-1 PT-1 AC-1 RB-2 PT-1 AC-1 Base Tarkett Perceptions Royale LV-1 PT-1 RB-2 AC-1 RB-2 PT-1 AC-1 PT-1 AC-1 LV-1/CT-1 PT-2 RB-2 PT-2 PT-1/AC-2 PT-1/AC-2 RB-2 PT-2 PT-1/AC-2 Wall Tile Daltile RetroSpace LV-1 PT-2 RB-2 PT-2 PT-1/AC-2 PT-1/AC-2 RB-2 PT-2 PT-1/AC-2 LV-1 PT-2 RB-2 PT-1/AC-2 PT-2 PT-1/AC-2 Metallica PT-1/AC-2 RB-2 PT-2 Wall Tile Daltile LV-1 PT-2 RB-1 PT-2 PT-1/AC-2 PT-1/AC-2 RB-1 PT-2 PT-1/AC-2

Wallcovering

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LV-1 PT-2 RB-2 PT-2 PT-1/AC-2 PT-1/AC-2 RB-2 PT-2 PT-1/AC-2 LV-1 PT-2 RB-2 PT-1/AC-2 RB-2 PT-2 Wallcovering DL PT-1/AC-2 Couch PT-2 PT-1/AC-2 Editorial CT-T PT-2 RB-2 PT-2 PT-1/AC-2 PT-1/AC-2 RB-2 PT-2 PT-1/AC-2 Wallcovering Carnegie Embroider LV-1 PT-2/PT-4 RB-2 PT-1/AC-2 PT-2/PT-4 PT-1/AC-2 RB-2 PT-2/PT-4 PT-1/AC-2 Deco CPT-1 PT-2/PT-6 RB-1 GWB PT-1/GWB PT-2/PT-6 GWB PT-1/GWB RB-1 PT-2/PT-6 GWB PT-1/GWB Wallcovering DL PT-3 Couch Avenue PT-3 PT-3 CPT-1 PT-2/WC-1RB-1 GWB PT-1/WP-1 PT-2/WC-1 GWB PT-1/WP-1 RB-1 PT-2/WC-1 GWB PT-1/WP-1

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Wilsonart

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Wood Panel

Wilsonart

Frosty White GWB PT-1

Florence Walnut

CPT-1 PT-2/WC-2RB-1 GWB PT-1 PT-2/WC-2 RB-1 PT-2/WC-2 GWB PT-1 GWB PT-1 Paint Sherwin Williams Pure White CPT-1 PT-2/WC-2/WC-4 RB-1 GWB PT-1/GWB PT-2/WC-2/WC-4 GWB PT-1/GWB RB-1 PT-2/WC-2/WC-4 GWB PT-1/GWB PT-3 PT-3 PT-3 Paint Sherwin Williams Candy LV-1 WB-1/WC-3RB-1 PT-1/AC-2 WB-1/WC-3 PT-1/AC-2 RB-1 WB-1/WC-3 PT-1/AC-2 Rock

Paint Sherwin Williams LV-1 WB-1/WC-3RB-1 PT-1/AC-2 WB-1/WC-3 PT-1/AC-2 RB-1 WB-1/WC-3 PT-1/AC-2 Caviar

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Room Finish Schedule Schedule Room Finish Schedule CT-1 Floor TileRoom DaltileFinish Geometric Fusion CPT-1

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Creative Director 117

Managing Partner 116

121 SF

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331 SF

F: LV-1 B: RB-1 W: PT-2 C: PT-1/AC-2

F: CPT-1 B: RB-1 W: PT-2/WC-2 C: GWB PT-1

F: CPT-1 B: RB-1 W: PT-2/WC-2/WC-4 C: GWB PT-1/GWB PT-3

Level 1 - Finish Plan

Visioning

30’

F: LV-1 B: RB-2 W: PT-2 C: PT-1/AC-2

C: PT-1/AC-2

Managing Director 115

F: LV-1 B: RB-2 W: PT-1 C: AC-1

Workstation 111

209 SF

408 SF

F: CPT-1 B: RB-1 W: PT-2/WC-2 C: GWB PT-1

F: LV-1 B: RB-2 W: PT-2 C: PT-1/AC-2

12' rolls MANUFACTURER

COLOR/PATTERN Bundle 5A247 47500

Floor Tile

Daltile

Geometric Fusion

Obsidian GF02

8"x8"

LV-1

LVT

Tarkett

7.5" x 48"

RB-1

Fumed Heart Maple - HM106

SIZE 12' rolls

Transition - CT to LVT 2 Jake Jake DurciJake DurciDurci 6" = 1'-0"

7.5" x 48"

Transcend

Fumed Heart Maple - HM106

Base

4.25”H Tarkett

Perceptions Royale

50 White

4.25”H

Base

4.25”H Tarkett

Perceptions Royale

TG4 Black Magic

4.25”H

WT-1 Modern White RS30 Wall Tile

Daltile

RetroSpace

Modern White RS30

6"x6"

WT-2

Wall Tile

Daltile

Metallica

BR Stainless ST SS50

1"x11"x4"

WC-1

Wallcovering

DL Couch

Alley Cat 2

Downtown A176-054

Downtown A176-054 WC-2 Wallcovering

Daily MAG1019

BR Stainless ST SS50

Daily

6"x6" 1"x11"x4"

Ignyte Ignyte Ignyte

DL Couch

Editorial

WC-3 MAG1019

Wallcovering

Carnegie

Deco Embroider

WC-4

Wallcovering

DL Couch

WB-1

Whiteboard

Wilsonart

6265W 813

Midnight MAG1142 WP-1

Wood Panel

Wilsonart

PT-1

Paint

Sherwin Williams

7993-60

PT-2

Paint

PT-3

Paint

PT-4

Paint

PT-5

Paint

SW-6231 SW-6990 SW-6573 SW-6496

6265W 813

3700 Butler St, 3700 Butler St, 3700 Butler Midnight MAG1142 St, Number Pittsburgh, PA1573-60 Pittsburgh, 15201 PA 15201 PA 15201 Frosty White Pittsburgh, Avenue

1573-60

SW-7005

F: LV-1 B: RB-1 W: WB-1/WC-3 C: PT-1/AC-2

50 SF

PRODUCT NAME

TG4 Black RB-2 Magic

136 SF

F: LV-1 Data Room B: RB-1 110 W: WB-1/WC-3

Stay

CommentsCT-1

P-5

Visioning Room ADesk Lighting Level 1 - Reception Room B 112 1/4" = 1'-0" 113

Broadloom Carpet Shaw8"x8"

CPT-1 Obsidian GF02

50 White

P-4

SIZE

Bundle 5A247 47500TYPE MARK

CT-T WT-1/WT-2CT-1 AC-1 Williams WT-1/WT-2 CT-1 WT-1/WT-2 AC-1 Paint Sherwin CT-T WT-1/WT-2CT-1 AC-1 WT-1/WT-2 CT-1 WT-1/WT-2 AC-1

AC-1

Executive Assistant 118

1/8" = 1'-0" COLOR/PATTERN

LV-1 WB-1/WC-3RB-1 PT-1/AC-2 WB-1/WC-3 PT-1/AC-2 RB-1 WB-1/WC-3 PT-1/AC-2 Juneberry Paint Sherwin Williams AC-1 Oceanside

15’

P-3

81 SF

Managing Partner 116

F: LV-1 B: RB-2 W: PT-2 C: PT-1/AC-2

Date

Date

F: LV-1

F: LV-1 B: RB-2 B: RB-1 W: PT-2/PT-4 C: PT-1/AC-2 W: WB-1/WC-3 C: PT-1/AC-2

F: LV-1 B: RB-1 W: WB-1/WC-3 C: PT-1/AC-2

26

F: LV B: W: C: PT

1235 SF

81 SF

136 SF

Creative Director 117

164 SF

F: LV-1 B: RB-2 W: PT-1 C: AC-1

Workroom 109

4

F: CPT-1 B: RB-1 W: PT-2/WC-2 C: GWB PT-1

F: CPT-1 B: RB-1 W: PT-2/WC-1 C: GWB PT-1/WP-1

Lunc 1

178 SF

Executive Assistant 118

FLOOR FINISH PLAN

Number

6' - 0"

Level 1 - Managing Partner 3 1/4" = 1'-0"

Reception Desk 119

65 SF

F: LV-1 B: RB-2 W: PT-2 C: PT-1/AC-2

Reception Desk 119

Transition -Transition CT to LVT-Transition - CT to LVT CT to LVT 2 2 F: LV-1 6" = 1'-0" 6" = 1'-0" 6" = 1'-0" B: RB-2

224 SF

Visioning Room C Corridor 114 121

Visioning Room B 113

F: LV-1 B: RB-1 GWB-3 W: WB-1/WC-3 10' - 0" A.F.F. C: PT-1/AC-2

LVT AS LVT AS LVT AS B: RB-2 W: PT-2 SCHEDULEDSCHEDULED SCHEDULED

Janitor's Closet 107

Description No. Date Description Description

No.

2 A502

Conference Room 106

143 SF

Address Phone Fax e-mail

Address Phone Fax e-mail

81 SF

C: PT-1/AC-2

1

Visioning Room A 112

9' - 3 7/8"

626 SF

P-1

6 A502

P-2

No.

Waiting Area 120

CERAMIC TILE CERAMIC TILE CERAMIC TILE AS SCHEDULED AS SCHEDULED AS SCHEDULED

2

F: CT-T F: CT-T B: CT-1 Consultant B: CT-1 Consultant W: WT-1/WT-2 W: WT-1/WT-2 Address C: AC-1 Address C: AC-1

116 SF

Address Phone Fax e-mail

121

TRANSITION TRANSITION TR-3 TRANSITION TR-3 TR-3

Level 1 - Conference Room 2 1/4" = 1'-0"

F: CPT-1 B: RB-1 Consultant W: GWB PT-2/GWB PT-5 Address C: PT-1/PT-3

1235 SF

P-1

GWB-1 9' - 6" A.F.F.

Consultant Consultant Address Address Address Address Phone Men's Phone Women's Bathroom Bathroom Fax Fax 104 105 e-mail e-mail

408 SF

F: CPT-1 B: RB-1 W: PT-2/PT-6 Corridor C: GWB PT-1/GWB PT-3

Consultant AddressF: LV-1/CT-1 Address B: RB-2 Phone W: PT-2 C: PT-1/AC-2 Fax e-mail

Consultant Address Address Phone Fax e-mail

Consultant Address Address Phone Survey Room FaxB 103 e-mail

2' - 5"

P-2

- WC to4WP - WC to WP -Transition WC to WP 4 Transition 4 Transition 6" = 1'-0" 6" = 1'-0" 6" = 1'-0"

626 SF

Consultant F: LV-1 Address B: RB-2 Address W: PT-1 Phone C: AC-1 Fax e-mail

GWB-1 274 SF 10' - 6" A.F.F.

66 SF

108 262 SF

Florence Walnut

103

7993-60

Name

Floor Fin

Survey Room B

107 110 108 109 111 118

CPT-1

PT-6

Paint

AC-1

Ceiling Tile

Janitor's Closet Data Room Lunchroom Sherwin Williams Rock Candy SW-6231 Workroom Workstations Sherwin Williams Caviar SW-6990 Executive Assistant Sherwin Williams Juneberry SW-6573 119 Reception Desk Sherwin Williams Oceanside SW-6496 120 Waiting Area 101 Beverage Center Project number Project number 2020-101-1 2020-101-1 Sherwin Williams AuricProject number SW-6692 2020-101-1 121 Corridor Date Date October 9, 2020 October 9, 2020 Date 102 Survey Room A October 9, 2020 Armstrong LYRA Plant Based 8377PBWH 24"x48"

AC-2

Ceiling Panel

Armstrong

TR-1

Transition

Schluter

FIRST FLOOR FIRST FINISH FLOOR FINISH FIRST FLOOR FINISH PLANPLANPLAN

Drawn by

Pure White

Drawn by

SOUNDSCAPES

SW-7005

Drawn by

7193LM

Checked by Checked by Checked by VINPRO-S

VPS 60 ACGB

RA SES

RA 106x 2" 16" x 94" SES 115

1/4"

RA Conference Room SES Managing

LV-1 LV-1 LV-1/CT-1 LV-1 LV-1 LV-1 LV-1 LV-1 CT-T LV-1 CPT-1 CPT-1

AM

F: LV-1 B: RB-2 W: PT-1 C: AC-1

107

F: CPT-1 B: RB-1 W: PT-2/WC-1 C: GWB PT-1/WP-1

Consultant Address Address Phone Fax e-mail Lunchroom

Consultant Address Address Phone Fax e-mail

65 SF

Survey Room A 102

11' - 1 1/8"

50 SF

Consultant Address Address Phone FaxJanitor's e-mail Closet

WOOD PANELING WOOD PANELING WOOD PANELING 0'AS - 0R-1 1/4" SCHEDULED AS SCHEDULED AS SCHEDULED Beverage Center 101

WP-1 10' - 0" A.F.F.

Waiting Area 120

F: CT-T F: CT-T B: CT-1 B: CT-1 W: WT-1/WT-2 W: WT-1/WT-2 C: AC-1 TRANSITION C: TRANSITION AC-1 TRANSITION TR-2 TR-2 TR-2

0' - 0 1/4" 0' - 0 1/4" WALLCOVERING WALLCOVERING WALLCOVERING AS SCHEDULED AS SCHEDULED AS SCHEDULED

2' - 9 5/8"

F: LV-1 F: LV-1 B: RB-2 B: RB-2 W: PT-2 W: PT-1 C: PT-1/AC-2C: AC-1

50 SF

30’

Survey Room B 103

R-1

50 SF

15’

Survey Room A 102

GWB-1 9' - 6" A.F.F.

Data RoomData RoomData Room Workstations ns 110 110 110 111

5’

Transition -Transition CPT to LVT Transition - CPT to LVT 3 - CPT to LVT 3 6" = 1'-0" 6" = 1'-0" 6" = 1'-0"

Beverage Center 101

F: LV-1 F: LV-1 B: RB-1 B: RB-1 3W: WB-1/WC-3W: WB-1/WC-3 C: PT-1/AC-2 C: PT-1/AC-2

408 SF

Managing Director Visioning Room A

2' - 5"

CT-1

IDSN 4042 IDSN IDSN 4042 Workstations Visioning Room B Visioning Room C 4042 111 113 114 RHEANNA RHEANNA ABEL RHEANNA ABELABEL 408 SF 136 SF 81 SF

AM

3

3' - 0"

81 SF

81 SF

Reception Desk

5' - 7"

Visioning Room C 114

AC-1 10' - 0" A.F.F.

Executive Assistant

Level 1 1/8" = 1'-0"

F: LV-1 F: LV-1 F: LV-1 B: RB-2 B: RB-2 B: RB-2 W: PT-2 W: PT-2 W: PT-2 C: PT-1/AC-2 C: PT-1/AC-2 C: PT-1/AC-2 Visioning Room C 114

LVT AS

LVT AS

SCHEDULED 0'SCHEDULED - 0 1/4" SCHEDULED GWB-1 0' - 0 1/4" GWB-30' - 0 1/4" GWB-1 GWB-1 10' - 0" A.F.F. 10' - 0" A.F.F. 10' - 6" A.F.F. 10' - 0" A.F.F.

REFLECTED CEILING PLAN

178 SF

178 SF

LVT AS

9000 Babcock9000 Blvd,Babcock Pittsburgh, 9000 PA Babcock 15237 Blvd, PA 15237 Blvd, Pittsburgh, PAPittsburgh, 15237 50 SF

AM

CARPET AS CARPET AS CARPET AS SCHEDULEDSCHEDULEDSCHEDULED

Workroom Workroom Workroom1 109 109 109 178 SF

110

TRANSITION TRANSITION TR-1 TRANSITION TR-1 TR-1

EXPOSED STRUCTURE (TYP); PAINT P1

2' - 11 7/8"

62 SF

V-1/CT-1 F: LV-1/CT-1 B: RB-2 RB-2 W: PT-2 : PT-2 T-1/AC-2 C: PT-1/AC-2

178 SF

T-1

CPT-1


3

Conference Room Elevation C 1/4" = 1'-0"

Conference Room Elevation D 1/4" = 1'-0"

4

Roof 12' - 6"

0' - 6 27/32"

10' - 0"

OD PANEL SLATS BE FINISHED WITH TOM PHOTOGRAPHY NG OUTWARD AND FACING INWARD

135

° .00

0'

0' - 3"

5"

Women's Women's BathroomMen's Bathroom Bathroom Level 1 104 105 0' - 0" 105 116 SF 143 SF 143 SF

Men's Bathroom 104 116 SF A-1

E-4

A-1

6

U.C. Refr.

E-4

Beverage Center 101 66 SF

2 3 4 1

2

3 4 5

6 7 8 9 10

11

12 13 14

15 16

E-6

66 SF

274 SF CH-4R

CH-1

120 626 SF E-16 E-13

A-1

CH-5

T-13

T-1

T-2

164 SF

626 SF

T-1

E-14

E-14

T-11 CH-16

CH-9

104

105

106

408 SF

116 SF

143 SF

224 SF

T-3 CH-4R

CH-4R

S-5

A-2

CH-9

117SF 331 197 SF

CH-10

S-5

S-4R

CH-9

T-5

CH-5 ROO PLANTER STAND A-132H CH-6

A-4 Corridor ManagingWorkstations Director

121

115

111

1235 A-4 SF A-2 209 SF 408 SF

CH-17

T-8

CH-16 CH-17 S-4R

S-4R

Creative Director

Managing Partner

117

116

121 SF

197 SF

331 SF

A-4

5’

S-5

A-4

CH-11 CH-13

111

A-4

A-4

T-13

408 SF

S-4R

T-6

CH-6

109

T-6

CH-7SF CH-7 178

CH-7

T-1 CH-11

A-4 CH-3

A-4 T-5

CH-10

A-4

T-11

A-4 CH-8

T-1

T-9L CH-12

T-10

S-5 CH-14

CH-14

CH-12

S-4R

CH-17 CH-16

Managing Director

15’

CH-8

109

Workroom

178 SF CH-6

Workstations

Workroom

S-3 S-3

CH-12

T-7 CH-17

T-5

CH-10

CH-10

T-5 T-10

A-4 A-4

CH-15

S-4R

T-9L

A-3

262 SF

Visioning Room C Workroom 114 CH-19 109 81 SF T-6

S-6

CH-18

CH-15

CH-10

T-5

118

Type

8181SFSF

CH-17

CH-17

119

Type Mark

81 SF

CH-10

T-7

FURNITURE PLAN Type CH-4R Type Mark

CH-10

T-10

S-4R

1235 SF

Managing Partner Managing Director 116 E-1 115 331 SF A-2 209 SF A-2

Executive Assistant

Level 1 - Furniture Plan 1/8" = 1'-0"

CH-1 CH-2 CH-3 CH-4L

E-1

CH-17

CH-16 CH-17

112

T-12 CH-13

Reception Desk

Plan 164 SF 1 Level 1 - FFE 1/8" = 1'-0" 1

A-2 A-2

121

CH-18

108

178 SF E-5

E-5

CH-18

T-4

A-3

262 SF

65 SF

CH-18

Lunchroom

E-2

113 Lunchroom 136 SF 108

107

VisioningRoom RoomA C Visioning CH-18 114 112

A-2

CH-4R

108

E-8 Janitor's Closet

136 SF

CH-18

E-12

E-9

262 SF Visioning Room B

S-1

S-5

T-2

CH-16

CH-4R

CH-10

T-1

S-1

A-1

E-8 113 Conference Room

Refrigerator

Lunchroom

E-3

E-2

E-1

CH-18 Visioning Room CH-18 A

Corridor

1235 CH-4R SF

Managing Partner Creative116 Director

T-1

CH-9

119

103

121CH-4L

E-12

224 SF Visioning Room B

Women's Bathroom

CH-4L

A-1

106

Men's Bathroom

CH-4R

CH-2 A-1 Executive Creative Director Executive CH-3 Assistant Reception Desk 117Assistant CH-9 118 E-8 Waiting Area T-12 T-13 CH-2 119 197 SF 118A-2 121T-2SF 164120 SF 121 SF

Reception Desk

Level 1 - FFE Plan 1/8" = 1'-0"

T-3

E-1

Survey Room B

CH-4L

E-13

T-1

408 SF

Corridor

CH-5

CH-4R E-15 CH-4R CH-4R

CH-9

A-2

T-12

A-1

CH-4R

626 SFCH-4R

CH-1

E-15

A-2

E-8

120

CH-1

E-6

Survey Room A

Waiting Area CH-5

Level 1 - Wood Slat Detail

7 Refrigerator 1"Microwave = 1'-0"DW

E-9 Conference Room E-3

A-1

224 SF

103

E-6

102

106

Survey Room B

408 SF 274 SF

101

Waiting Area

Type Mark

1

102 103

A-1

E-11

Survey Room Survey Room A B

Beverage Center A-1 E-16

E-11

E-10 E-7

65 SF

WOOD SLAT DETAIL

Microwave DW

Conference Room

107

E-10 E-7

65 SF

A-1

E-11

Beverage Center Survey Room A 101 102 66 SFE-6 274 SF

Janitor's Closet

107

Waiting Area

Wood Slat Elevation U.C. 1/4"Refr. =A-1 1'-0"

E-11

Janitor's Closet

S-5

S-5

T-9R

S-4R

Data Room

CH-14

110

CH-14

50 SF S-4R

CH-12

S-3

Data Room 110 50 S-5 SF

T-9R

Visioning Room A Workstations Visioning Room B Visioning Room C Data Room

115

112

111

113

114

110

209 SF

81 SF

408 SF

136 SF

81 SF

50 SF

30’ Furniture Schedule

Family

Description

Lusso Stool CH-2 Replacement Kimball - Lusso - Stool Lounge Chair CH-3 OFS COSIMA LOUNGE CHAIR Sofa CH-4 OFS COSIMA SOFA HEYA SINGLE BENCH WITH CONSOLE Upholstered Trim Rail CH-5 OFS BRANDS HEYA SINGLE BENCH WITH CONSOLE Left Facing Left Facing Model HEYA SINGLE BENCH WITH Upholstered Trim Rail CH-5 OFSManufacturer BRANDS WITH CONSOLE Right Facing Type CONSOLEFamily Family HEYA SINGLE BENCH Manufacturer Model Right Facing Ch-6 Loewenstein_Hinchada_Ottomans Ch-6 Loewenstein_Hinchada_Ottomans A-1 OFS ROO PLANTER STANDS CAROLINA RO-32PS CAROLINA OFS CAROLINA ROO PLANTER ROO A-1 OFS ROO PLANTER Room STANDS RO-32PS 48" xPLANTER 18" x 18" STAND 32H Bench-Locker

FFE Schedule

FFE Schedule

Manufacturer

LUSSO Kimball Office OFS COSIMA LOUNGE CHAIR, Fully Upholstered OFS OFS COSIMA SOFA, Fully Upholstered OFS OFS BRANDS OFS HEYA SINGLE BENCH WITH CONSOLE and Upholstered Trim Rail, Steel Tube Frame, Left OFS Facing Description Comments CountRightComments OFS BRANDS OFS HEYA SINGLE BENCH WITH CONSOLE and Upholstered Trim Rail, Steel Tube Frame, OFS Description Facing round small ottoman OFS BRANDS STAND 32"CAROLINA Height, Powder Aluminum Metal32" Connectors, ROOCoat PLANTER STAND Height, Powder Coat Aluminum Metal Connectors, 6 1 xOFS 1 Bench UHURU

European Beech Legs European Beech Legs Lusso Arm Chair A-2 OFS ROO COAT RACK CH-10 Kimball - Lusso - Arm Chair ROO COAT RACK A-2 CH-7 CAROLINA RO-2267CRCAROLINA OFS CAROLINA ROO COAT RACK, LUSSO European Beech Legs andCOAT Post RACK, European Beech Legs and Post 5 ROO COAT RACK A-2 OFS ROO COAT RACK RO-2267CR OFS CAROLINA ROO CH-8 OFS_MENTION_SERIES_F81147 CH-11 OFS_MENTION_SERIES OFS Eleven Wood Boat shaped with glass top 124", Arm clearance 29" INTERMIX PLANTER BOX 144in Width INTERMIX PLANTER A-3 BOX OFS 144in INTERMIX FIRSTPLANTER OFFICE BOX CC-W14434PB FIRST OFFICE INTERMIX PLANTER 144"OFFICE Width table 1 A-3 CH-9 WidthPLANTER BOX A-3 OFS INTERMIX FIRST OFFICE OFS BRANDS CC-W14434PB OFS BRANDSBOX FIRST INTERMIX PLANTER BOX 144" Width SKARA_MID_BACK_STATIONARY CH-12 CH-13 CH-17 CH-18 OFS_SKARA_SERIES OFS Eleven Wood Boat shaped table with glass top 156" INTERMIX PLANTER BOX 48in Width INTERMIX A-3 BOX OFS 48in INTERMIX FIRSTPLANTER OFFICE CC-W4834PB FIRST OFFICE INTERMIX PLANTER BOX 48" shaped Width table 6 A-4 CH-10 PLANTER Width PLANTER BOX A-3 OFS INTERMIX FIRST OFFICE OFS BRANDS CC-W4834PB OFS BRANDS FIRST INTERMIX PLANTER BOX 48" Width SKARA_HIGH_BACK_SWIVEL_1 CH-12 CH-13 CH-17BOX CH-18 OFS_SKARA_SERIES OFS Eleven Wood Boat OFFICE with glass top 216" FW-55BZ40H Electronics_Visual-TVs_Sony-Professional_55in-BRA SonyCH-13 Professional FW-55BZ40H Optimized for professional use, the slim, energy-efficient BRAVIA FW-55BZ40H 2 SKARA_OTTOMAN_SWIVEL_1 CH-12 CH-17 CH-18 OFS_SKARA_SERIES OFS Eleven Wood Boat shaped withcombines glass top bright 156" BRAVIA FW-55BZ40H combines bright E-1 CH-11 FW-55BZ40H Electronics_Visual-TVs_Sony-Professional_55in-BRA Sony Professional FW-55BZ40H Optimized for professional use,table the slim, energy-efficient VIA-4K-Ultra-HD-HDR-Professional-Display 4K HDR image quality with easy operation, flexible networking/control and extensive integration CH-12 ROUND OTTOMAN WITH REMOVABLE TOP 20.25 CH-15 CH-16 OFS BOOST SERIES ROUND OFS SERIES - ROUND TOP STANDARD VIA-4K-Ultra-HD-HDR-Professional-Display 4KBOOST HDR image quality with easyOTTOMAN operation, WITH flexibleREMOVABLE networking/control and extensiveFEATURES integration 20.25" options. 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PERCEPTION Immersive Photography Experience 7,500 Square Feet

Hospitality Design Programs Used: AutoCAD, SketchUp, and Lumion Looking at things from a different point of view sometimes comes through the most when not described at all, just experienced. The primary objective of this project is to introduce the concept of physical experience design through the development of a designed space for an immersive installation environment in Pittsburgh. The objectives of this project include the following: create a space solution that immediately translates to a memorable place, facilitation of the experience to a brand, integration of retail space to strengthen brand, communication of brand essence therefore creating a unique sense of place, creation of an immersive and memorable experience for guest as well as employees, facilitate the creation experience through the design of the interior environment in order to establish lasting relationships with new and existing guests, and provide integrated installations throughout the space.

CONCEPT Complex Perspective

Using the bridge, a symbol that makes Pittsburgh known as the “city of bridges”, this experience allows your creativity to come alive by immersing yourself in different perspectives of complexity that can have a powerful impact by just how you perceive it through a lens. Bridges became the inspired form used in this experience because it can be made out of complex items that come together as one simple function, to get us from point A to Point B. These structures look simple from far away, but you soon realize the complex systems that make up these large forms are filled with scale and detail that we don’t get to see up close. This experience becomes the unique place to be able to learn photography while capturing something you don’t get to experience on a daily basis.


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The experience begins with a homogeneous level of concrete forms that represents the materiality of foundation supporting a bridge. A wall of metal and suspension cables becomes the focal point for this entry space, giving clues on the structures that are seen on a bridge and how they change from the different angles you look at the wall. At the reception desk, an associate is there to greet you and tell you about the different packages provided to guide you through the experience. You have the first choice of using a professional camera for a rental price if you do have one, or using your phone’s camera at no extra cost. The second part is the option of going through the workshop portion before the immersive experience. The associate informs you the importance of taking the workshop before the experience as a beginner. You agree with the associate and decide to rent a camera and sign up for the next available workshop before the experience.


Exhibit 2 After completing the workshop, you make your way up the stairs to the experience, seeing repeating members of steel with connecting rivets lining their direction of repeating forms. This floor represents the structures underneath a bridge that we don’t get to see every day when crossing over one. Images of bridges in Pittsburgh are displayed on the walls as inspiration for each space. Throughout the rooms, are hidden controls within the rivets to add lighting within the

Exhibit 1 forms of the space and create more dynamic shots. You are pleased with how much variation you have gotten out of this one area by exploring these interactions. You use the next flight of stairs to the second level of the experience where a large-scaled suspension bridge structure encapsulates the exterior of the roof filled with glass panels in between the open voids into the sky. This floor represents the structures above a bridge that we do see passing over the bridge.

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At the end of the experience, participants can connect their phones or SD cards in the cameras to edit them in a social, retail environment. A concrete form embedded with touchscreens are programmed with artificial intelligence software that can automatically take out any unwanted people in your images. Examples of pictures taken and edited by others scatter on LED display screens on the wall and ceiling of the space. Creating an experience behind these images that can be printed on customizable items creates a more impactful story than what you may purchase at a clothing store with a graphic on it. Not only are you walking out with images that you will have forever, but also a learning experience you can take with you in your journey with photography.

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As part of a web design class, I was able to transform this project into an interactive website that made this concept come to life in a real life application. Refining the brand and telling the story behind each part of the experience really put into perpsective on how this design can become a true photography experience from start to finish.

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SEASIDE SERENITY Pediatric Care Center 2,100 Square Feet

Healthcare Design Programs Used: AutoCAD, SketchUp, Lumion, and Photoshop Awards: 2nd Place in Healthcare Design (Positive Space 2019) A pediatric office with the purpose of having a waiting area designed for the entertainment of children. Designing for young patients means inspiring confidence, encouraging playfulness and offering hope. To accomplish this, hospitals and practices need high-performing and flexible environments that can do it all: enable excellent medical care, encourage interaction and patient engagement, and instill a sense of comfort for all ages. Distraction provides children with a positive alternative focus, which helps to minimize patients’ perceptions of distress during their visit to the pediatrician. Offering choices for coping and distraction can contribute to a sense of control and mastery in an unfamiliar environment.

CONCEPT Oceanic Impressions

Inspired by the calming and healing properties of the beach with visual textures from the ocean, sand, and sky, this pediatric office is designed to create a relaxing and tranquil environment for the patient. The representation of these textures is abstracted through materiality and natural forms, engaging the child on a sensory experience that helps them not feel as anxious about going to the pediatrician’s office.


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Leading lines become the focal point from the moment someone enters the space, with the linear acoustical panels on the ceiling to the curving lines on the floor and walls. Bright pops of color create visual distractions for one to explore the environment. The materials were carefully chosen to comply with the safety requirements of a healthcare space without losing the essence of the design and maintaining concept. All seating upholstery is bleach cleanable, stain repellent, antimicrobial, hypoallergenic, and has over 100,000 double rubs. The organic movement created by the flooring in the pediatric office are commercial slip retardant.

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Moments that happen throughout the space were explored to create an engaging experience full of positive encounters. The forms in the play area take on an abstracted version of a wave and is surrounded by a custom art installation of colorful flying seagulls. These seagulls carry out throughout the rest of the areas that a child will encounter during their visit. A physician scale disguises itself to the shape of a lighthouse, while the typical exam table is transformed into a bright and cheerful platform still equipped for storage necessities. Small distractions like these provide children with a positive alternative focus during a visit to the pediatrician.

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GROUNDED Oncology Hospital Room 500 Square Feet

Healthcare Design Programs Used: AutoCAD, SketchUp, and Lumion Awards: Best in Show (Positive Space 2021), 1st Place in Micro Design (Positive Space 2021) Grounding, also known as Earthing, is simply connecting your body directly to the subtle, natural electrical energy that exists on the surface of the earth. During grounding, negative ions from the earth’s surface rush into our bodies to discharge the many unpaired positive ions and balance the electron-magnetic field that we accumulate in our daily lives. You can do this by walking barefoot outside or by using “barefoot substitutes” indoors that are made with a conductive material and utilize the ground port of electrical outlets. Grounding health benefits include: reducing inflammation and chronic pain by defusing excess positive electrons, improving sleep, increasing Energy level, reducing the incidence of cancer, lowering stress, and promoting calmness by reducing cortisol, reducing the body’s electronic field and extra electronmagnetic field, improving blood pressure and blood flow, and relieving muscle tension and headache.

CONCEPT Grounding

The emphasis of the design is focused on connection and balance to resemble the direct contact with the earth and the neutral state our bodies become as a result. A streamline objective using a mix of warm and cool neutral tones with the look of natural wood and pops of green create a nature inspired atmosphere inside a hospital room that promotes healing aspects physically and mentally for a cancer patient.


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Earthing® pads and sheets specially designed for human grounding are integrated throughout the seating and hospital bed for the patient. As a result, the patient has the ability to gain the benefits of having direct contact with the earth even in a hospital room, which is important in the healing process for cancer patients. In the potential of long periods of stay, the aesthetics of the room helps the cancer patient feel as if they are not in a hospital and enables them to have a quicker recovery. As you walk in the space, the diagonal shape of the room pulls you in and connects you into the space from a horizontal perspective, while the ceiling detail symbolizes the strength a cancer patient can receive from grounding using the walls to show the vertical connection between the ceiling and floor that represent direct contact that happens with grounding.


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Customizable LED Display features weather forecasts, personal calendars, family/doctor video conferences, screensavers of nature, x-rays, lunch schedules, games, and TV.


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CC SQUARE College Central Square Renovation 10,000 Square Feet

Education Design Programs Used: AutoCAD, SketchUp, and Lumion Group Collaborator: Robin Stih Renovation of a common space within La Roche Univeristy in Pittsburgh, PA. The center is utilized as a primary student hangout area and lunchroom for the Redhawk cafe and cafeteria. More development on the space planning for people to socialize and work was needed with a more sufficient flow of traffic pathways for one of the most heavily populated special spaces on campus. Having the opportunity to redeisgn a space as a student there made the project a real learning experience by already having an understanding of how the space functions and what changes could be made to make it more functional.

CONCEPT Spirit of 63’

In a nod to the history and spirit of La Roche which was founded in 1963, the Spirit of 63’ concept creates not just a space, but an environment of flexible and functional spaces that accommodates La Roche’s global student community present and future. The soul of the space lies in 1963 with a base of mid-century modern and architectural accents that reflect La Roche University’s traditions. Warm and cool colors mix with living plants to reflect the environment of growth and change that is the La Roche community.


The materials were carefully chosen to comply with the durability requirements of an education space without losing the essence of mid-century design and maintaining the concept. All seating upholstery is bleach cleanable, stain repellent, and has over 100,000 double rubs. A brass pendant light that I designed and welded for another class is also featured in this midcentury modern design.

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Lounge Area The shape and traffic pattern of the floor plan was inspired from the university’s old logo of a fleur-de-lis. The shape was used as a way to create circulation between multplie entrances and divide the meeting spaces on the first level. The top diamond of the logo complimented the shape of the two-level out door patio. The first level features two gathering spaces for clubs and organzations to have a designated meeting area. A work study coffee bar serves nutritious food and beverage options throughout the day while giving an opportunity for students to have a paying job during the semester. Adding a surrounding outdoor patio creates a striking entrance and fills the missing connection to nature the campus was lacking.

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Gaming Lounge

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Gaming Lounge

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Atrium

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Study Area

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Upstairs Entrance

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Indoor Patio

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Study Area The second level features the gaming lounge and study area. The space before lacked quality acoustic systems with its tall ceilings. Creating a second levle and proving acoustical ceiling solutions was key to making these spaces more feasbile for large gatherings. The gaming lounge features a foosball table, pool table, and multpile monitors

that students enjoyed in the previous space. The study area provides different seating arrangements with acoustic wall and ceiling panels to give commuter students a more private place to work in between classes. An atrium commemorating part of the shape from the old logo helps fuse the two floors together, reflecting La Roche University’s past and present.

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THE CARLYLE Luxury Condominium 2,500 Square Feet

Residential Design Programs Used: AutoCAD, SketchUp, and Lumion Awards: Best in Show (Positive Space 2019), 1st Place in Residential Design (Positive Space 2019) Implementation of design process and space planning technique of residential space for clients with a different cultural perspective and design aesthetic, while designing for ADA compliance in the overall space. A young couple named Brahim and Hadiya have recently immigrated to the United States from their native country, Morocco. They are planning to move into a condominium called The Carlyle that is located on the corner of Fourth and Wood Street in downtown Pittsburgh, PA. They have a four year old daughter named Aleah and Brahim’s parents visit for long periods of time from Morocco to help take care of Aleah. Brahim’s father is disabled and needs the apartment to be wheelchair friendly.

CONCEPT Moroccan Oasis

Since their daughter, Aleah, will be growing up in America, the design of the home reflects traditional aspects of Moroccan architecture, along with some sophisticated modern elements of America. To incorporate both Moroccan and American culture through design and space layout, the open living space fuses both cultures together through different spaces for gathering, eating, and entertainment. All spaces are accessible to all members of the family and colored patterns are used as accents to add aesthetics to the overall design.


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Master Bedroom

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Master Bathroom

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The material palette combines a variety of colors and patterns to bring Moroccan character to the space. Deep jewel tones like reds, emeralds, royal blues and purples are vibrant reminders of the colorful flea markets of ancient Marrakech. Furniture is ornately accented by wood and upholstered with plush textured fabrics. Walls with colorful mosaic patterns are illuminated with intricately detailed metal lamps. Vibrantly colored rugs, ottomans, poufs and cushions add exotic but laid back opulence. The relaxed feeling is augmented by the abundance of leafy green plants. The entrance incorporates the traditional Moroccan fountain as a water feature on the entry wall with elaborate patterns inspired by the Moroccan octagonal star.


Living Room To include some American aspects in the design, a modern living room with a touch of vibrant, Moroccan colors functions as a space for family entertainment and welcoming. The kitchen revolves around a central island with bar seating. A horseshoe arch that serves as a decorative vent hood is accompanied with open shelving

that holds traditional serving bowls called tajine. Light portraying from Morrocan lanterns creates an illuminated pattern on the surface of the countertop used for serving food. An abundance of lower cabinets allow easy access storage for everyone and a lowered sink on the island provides wheelchair accessibility.

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Traditional Moroccan meals consist of a gathering space where couches are set low to the ground and invite people to gather around a low central table to share a meal together. Adjacent to the kitchen, the space blends a Moroccan Moorish arch, rich patterns, and metal finishes to create a connected atmosphere. A cooler tone is used for the sleeping space and is accented with ornamental fretwork on the wall and natural colored textiles. In the accompanying bathroom, fresh colors from patterned tiles reflect from Moroccan inspired mirrors to form a relaxing environment. A wheelchair accessible shower, vanity, and toilet provide both an aesthetically pleasing and functional space.

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Photography Explorations Digital Photography I La Roche Univeristy Pittsburgh, PA

Equiptment Used: Canon EOS 6D Mark II Programs Used: Photoshop and Lightroom Awards: Wildlife, 1st Place in Photography (Positive Space 2021) Throughout my undergraduate career, I always had a passion for photography in design. My rendering and photography skills work hand and hand when developing realistic visualizations for the viewer. When starting a new interior design project, it has always been my path to explore and find the next inspirational idea that I can incorporate, whether it is through a wall-covering texture, a simple art piece, or visual imagery for my next concept. I wanted to refine my skills before graduation so I took an introduction class on basic concepts, processes, and techniques of photography which include camera usage, exposure, composition, lighting and the application of these techniques. Not only have I seen an imporvemnt in my artisitc style, but also in my persective on capturing an image through the lens.

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Photography Explorations Study Abroad Trip Rome, Italy

Equiptment Used: Canon EOS 6D Mark II Programs Used: Photoshop and Lightroom Awards: Florence, 3rd Place in Photography (Positive Space 2021) Sometimes you don’t know how valuable time can be. Going to Italy was always dream of mine, and to have the opportunity to study abroad there for 12 weeks for the Spring 2020 semester was something I never thought I would ever experience. Every time I captured a cobblestone street or Corinthian column, it was a snapshot of a memory I thought I would be looking at when I got back to Pittsburgh in the end of April 2020. After having to cancel the rest of the semester there in February due to the initial outbreak of COVID-19 in Italy, I never pictured to reminisce those moments even sooner and stronger than I could have ever known. It took a long time before I could look at these pictures again. Despite this, it has made me realize why photography has had such an importance in my life. Capture every moment like it is your last, because you never know what will happen tomorrow. As a reminder during these hard times, I keep these pictures now on my desk to remind me of what those memories felt like. Italy found a place in my heart and I hope that some of these images capture that as well for you.

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Capri, Italy

Pompeii, Italy

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