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SYDNEY

WHITE INTERIOR DESIGN PORTFOLIO


SYDNEY

WHITE INTERIOR DESIGN PORTFOLIO


SYDNEY

Email Web

WHITE

s.allynn.white@gmail.com sallynn.wixsite.com/sydneywhite

EDUCATION

Bachelor of Science in Interior Design GPA 4.0/4.0

CIDA Accredited

Minor in Psychology Shackouls Honors College Mississippi State University Starkville, MS August 2019

EXPERIENCE Interior Design Intern AK Design Group, LLC

Nashville, TN

Summer 2017, May 2018 - Present Assist in selecting furnishings, fixtures, and finishes for various hotel chains Complete construction drawings in AutoCAD Create eye-catching and informative design presentations Contact vendors and sales representatives for samples and product information

Student Worker Entomology Department

Starkville, MS

September 2017 - April 2018 Constructed teaching curriculum for 3rd - 5th grade outreach programs Designed and led educational activities concerning invasive species Operated booths at various outreach events across the state

Visitor Assistant Mississippi Children’s Museum

Jackson, MS

November 2014 - May 2016 Interacted with visitors and directed them through museum Prepared and administered educational programs for guests Collaborated with team to perform large group activities and field trips

HONORS Finalist National Merit Scholar 2015-2019 Eminent Scholar Mississippi Eminent Scholar’s Grant 2015-2019 President’s Scholar 2015-2019 Semi-Finalist ASID Student Portfolio Competition 2019 1st Place Brasfield & Gorrie Student Competition 2018 Bronze Award (Presentation) Barefield Steelcase Project 2018 1st Place Flexsteel Student Furniture Design Competition 2017 1st Place Curtis Stout Portable Lamp Competition 2017 Gold Regional ASID Student Competition, New Student Spotlight 2017 Gold Regional ASID Student Competition, Hand Rendering 2017 Silver Regional ASID Student Competition, 2D Design 2017


RELATED COURSES

SERVICE Volunteer CAAD Academic Insight 2017-2018 Answered questions of prospective students Helped coordinate hands-on activity for prospective students Volunteer MSU Fall Preview Day 2017 Directed students and families to appropriate locations on campus Contributor ASID Thanksgiving Food Drive 2018 Volunteer Habitat for Humanity Resale Store 2017 Organized displays of merchandise Cleaned interior of store Volunteer Art in the Park 2017 Assisted in painting booth Interacted with visitors Volunteer MSU Big Event 2017 Weeded garden at Starkville Heritage Museum

Computer Technical 2D CAD Design I & II 3D CAD Drawing I Digital Design ID Graphics Hand Rendering Environments for Special Needs Psychology General Psychology Textiles for Interiors Social Psychology History of Positive Psychology Interiors I & II Abnormal Psychology Detailing & Cognitive Psychology Construction Theories of Personality Color & Lighting Human Sexual for Interiors Behavior Survey of Photography Professional Practice Furniture Design Principles of LEED

SKILLS S AutoCAD

Revit

Adobe Photoshop Adobe Illustrator Adobe InDesign Google Sketchup Microsoft Office

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ADVANCED

PROFICIENT

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LEADERSHIP MSU ASID Student Chapter President 2018-2019 President-Elect 2017-2018 Sophomore Representative 2016-2017 Freshman Representative 2015-2016 CAAD Dean’s Council Student Member 2017-2019 CAAD Ambassadors Student Member 2016-2017 Mississippi Model Security Council Student Delegate 2012-2017


CONTENTS


ATALANTA CORPORATE

COBB MUSEUM INTERDISCIPLINARY

HOTEL PENROSE HOSPITALITY

GESTURE HOSPITALITY

BIJOU RETAIL

NEXT

CORPORATE

CREATIVE

ARTWORK & PRODUCT DESIGN

TECHNICAL

DETAILING & CONSTRUCTION


CORPORATE


ABOUT The Company Flagship customer care center for a women’s athletic footwear brand No existing branding; must be created and incorporated throughout the space Space should reflect company beliefs and values

The Space Sacramento, CA 3 Main Departments: Information Technology, Human Resources, & Sales 160 Employees, with projected growth for the next two years 36,000 SF; 2 Levels

The Project Individual Project Software: Revit, AutoCAD, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Photoshop

RESPONSIBILITIES Research

1st & 2nd Level Floor Plans

Company Concept & Branding

1st & 2nd Level Reflected Ceiling Plans

Space Planning

Perspective Renderings

Conceptual Development

Workstation Typicals

Custom Textile Design

BRONZE AWARD - GRAPHIC PRESENTATION Barefield Steelcase Competition, 2018


INSPIRATION & CONCEPT The Atalanta office is based on three distinct action verbs: EMPOWER, ADAPT, & EMBRACE. The design should EMPOWER employees to do their best work and feel comfortable. It should be flexible and able to ADAPT to the ever-changing world of corporate interiors, and it should EMBRACE employees from all backgrounds through promoting wellbeing and balance. The color story is vibrant and high in contrast, reflecting the high energy nature of professional sports.


SPACE PLANNING

LEVEL ONE

Information Technology, Human Resources, Main Workcafe

LEVEL TWO

Customer Care Center, Alternative Break Room

SALES

COMMON

HR

IT

8669SF 6354SF 4328SF 3770 SF


ADAPT Comfort Lounge style conference room

EMBRACE Utility Eating surfaces double as worksurfaces in workcafe

Flexibility Demountable partitions throughout space for future adaptability

EMPOWER Equality Conference room designed to put all employees on equal eye level, eliminating harmful power dynamics

LEVEL ONE Wellness All agent stations may be mounted at sitting or standing height

LEVEL TWO Variety Coaching rooms have 3 different layouts, offering a choice to occupants


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1 Grand Staircase Connects floors visually and facilitates casual employee interaction 2 Custom Artwork Conveys motion and implements branding


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RECEPTION & ATRIUM


1 Brand Identity Reinforced through etched logo 2 Alternative Break Promotes teamwork and provides relief throughout workday 3 Atrium Art Hanging art piece composed of dyed sneakers forms logo

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2ND FLOOR LOBBY & ALTERNATIVE BREAK ROOM


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1 Custom Textile Further brands space and communicates company goals to employees 2 Indirect Lighting Ceiling clouds with uplights create soft lighting throughout space to supplement natural daylight 3 Meeting Pod Ideal for impromptu team meetings or discussions


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CUSTOMER CARE CENTER FLOOR


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The Museum Requires greater space for both storage as well as exhibits Promotes teaching and exploration; acts as a vessel for outreach Used by wide variety of age groups and demographics

The Space Mississippi State, MS Museum Level (Basement), Lobby Renovation, & Third Floor Storage / Classroom Addition Exhibit designs should be flexible and interactive where possible Susceptible to flooding and flood damage

The Project Team Project 3 Interior Design, 3 Architecture, 3 Building Construction Science, 1 Graphic Design Software: Revit, AutoCAD, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Photoshop

RESPONSIBILITIES Research

Material Selection

Rebranding of Museum

Museum Floor Plan & Fixture Design

Space Planning

Museum Reflected Ceiling Plan

Conceptual Development

Hand Rendered Perspectives

FIRST PLACE Brasfield & Gorrie Student Design Competition, 2018


INSPIRATION & CONCEPT The overall goal for the renovation of the Cobb Institute of Archaeology is to provide the university with a haven of education & community. The redesign of the museum and exterior was heavily inspired by the archaeological tools, process, and artifacts. The end result is a space that gives every user the context and perspective necessary to understand and learn from the past, recognizing that history really is all just “a different moment in this same place� - Gail Ringel


OFFICE


RESEARCH STARKVILLE DEMOGRAPHIC INFO

RACE

Caucasian African American Asian Two or More

GENDER Female Male

AGE

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USER PROFILES

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AGE: Elementary REASON: Visits on field trips with her school; enjoys doing things she doesn’t get to do at home KEY NEEDS: Interactivity, visual stimulation, & understandable displays LEARNING GOAL: “People have been making things for a long time.”

AGE: Junior High REASON: Visits on field trips with his school; enjoys exhibits that teach him new things and hold his attention KEY NEEDS: Simplistic signage, opportunities for engagement, & freedom to explore LEARNING GOAL: “We can learn from the tools of the past.”

AGE: High School REASON: Takes siblings on trips to museum; enjoys reading about the artifacts KEY NEEDS: Easy wayfinding, mentally challenging exhibits, comprehensive artifact descriptions LEARNING GOAL: “The civilizations of the past laid the groundwork for the societies of today.”

AGE: Undergraduate REASON: Student at Mississippi State who uses the museum for research purposes KEY NEEDS: Spacious environment, tools to work, adequate lighting LEARNING GOAL: “We can continue to learn about ancient civilizations through focused research.”

AGE: Faculty REASON: Professor at Mississippi State who uses the museum to teach KEY NEEDS: Teaching space, proper tools & storage, & lockable cabinetry LEARNING GOAL: “The museum is a space of research, knowledge, and innovation that is a valuable academic tool.”

SITE CIRCULATION

SITE SURROUNDINGS

Cobb Institute

Immediate Parking

Cobb Institute

Academic Halls

Pedestrian Circulation

Vehicular Circulation

Student Union, YMCA, & Food

Drill Field


SPACE PLANNING

BASEMENT LEVEL

Museum, Teaching Lab, Vaults, Gift Shop


THIRD LEVEL ADDITION

Collection Storage, Faculty Offices, Classrooms, Lounge, Research Facility

BUILDING SECTION Museum Level


Clouds Custom ceiling clouds with recessed cans mimic shape of broken artifact; subtle curve guides users through space

REFLECTED CEILING PLAN


Circulation Floor change delineates circulation space from exhibit space; “flows� from main and ADA entrances throughout museum to guide patrons

Sarcophagus Existing sarcophagus placed into new gallery in museum with adequate circulation for viewing on all sides

Versatility Teaching lab on museum floor also used for collection storage

Diorama Existing diorama is restored, lowered, and given acrylic shield to protect from damage while remaining accessible by museum patrons.

RENDERED FLOOR PLAN


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1 Timeline Wall graphic gives museum guests a brief introduction to the history of the artifacts 2 Custom Displays “Shipping Crate� style displays with windows and various levels create a physical interaction with patrons without risk of damage to artifacts

3 Table Displays Small artifacts, like coins and arrrowheads, stored and displayed in table-height displays which allow patrons of all ages to explore 4 360 Wall Displays Custom built shelving displays artifacts from all angles for optimal viewing


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MAIN GALLERY


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1 Wall Displays Built-in displays for artifacts contains lighting and is air controlled for preservation 2 Interactive Mounted drawing boards at different heights prompt patrons to engage with artifacts 3 Map Graphic Clearly explains visually the difference between the Old & New world for younger patrons 4 Gift Shop Entrance located directly off of main entrance for incoming and outgoing museum patrons


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OLD V. NEW WORLD GALLERY


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1 Pivot Doors Curtain wall opens in a series of pivot doors to open up classroom to public for lectures or demonstrations 2 Dual Heights Countertops drop down to level appropriate for younger patrons 3 Storage Shelving to accommodate lecture materials as well as storage for collection or tools 4 Alternate Door Alternate storefront door system to provide easy access in and out of teaching lab


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HOSPITALITY


The Hotel Boutique hotel located in a downtown neighborhood Amenities include restaurant, bar, spa, rooftop bar & grill Guest rooms will be larger with custom furniture pieces

The Space Philadelphia, PA 1st Level (Lobby/Restaurant/Bar), 3rd - 17th Levels (Guest Rooms), 18th Level (Rooftop Bar) Hotel should be unified through main conceptual idea, but each space should be its own unique thought

The Project Team Project 4 Interior Designers Software: Revit, AutoCAD, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe InDesign

RESPONSIBILITIES Research

Guest Room Design Development

Branding (all areas)

Rooftop Space Planning

Conceptual Development

Guest Room Maquette Construction

Lobby Design Development

Scale Model Construction


INSPIRATION & CONCEPT Hotel Penrose is a boutique hotel located in the historic Philadelphia neighborhood of Rittenhouse Square, an ideal location to accommodate both locals and tourists as they explore the city. While Hotel Penrose is outfitted with many top-notch amenities, the highlights of the hotel include two restaurants, a bar, and a day spa. The design of Hotel Penrose is inspired by the idea of a paradox, something that is both true and untrue at the same time, a self-contradiction. To convey this idea visually, the palette for the entire hotel is high-contrast and each area is inspired by a conceptual contrast. The end result is a unique, contemporary hotel that feels both exciting and historic and welcomes guests from all walks of life.


FIRST LEVEL CONCEPTUAL CONTRAST “NEW HISTORY” The public areas on the first level along with the guest rooms are designed around the idea of old and new coming together. Historic elements, such as wall paneling and a cofferred ceiling, are modernized and a contemporary palette of materials is used.

DIRECTORY

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1 Lobby 2 The Gold-Bug Restaurant 3 Business Center 4 Black Cat Bar 5 Public Restroom 6 Public Restroom 7 Impressions Spa


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RECEPTION DESK

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LOBBY

1 Accessible ADA regulation height counters at both sides of reception desk 2 Cofferred Ceiling Minimalist ceiling design is a design feature as well as a historical nod 3 Paneling High contrast wall paneling used throughout space to add visual interest 4 Grand Stair Staircase to second floor has landing at appropriate height and features under tread lighting to ensure step visibility


GUEST ROOMS CONCEPTUAL CONTRAST “NEW HISTORY”

25%

McARTHUR SUITE

STANDARD

17% 180 ROOMS TOTAL

STRICKLAND SUITE JUNIOR

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FURNESS ROOM

DOUBLE QUEEN

LeBRUN ROOM

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DOUBLE FULL

33%

NOTMAN ROOM

KING

ROOM BREAKDOWN

600 McARTHUR ROOM SIGNAGE

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RENDERED FLOOR PLAN


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BED AREA

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1 Custom Wallcovering Aesthetic and branding device for feature walls in guest rooms that utilizes hotel logo 2 Draperies Expand across width of wall, adding softness to room as well as giving illusion of larger windows 3 Streamline Unit includes desk, luggage bench, mini fridge, microwave, and ample shelving


Gold-B ug

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BLACK CAT BA R

Restaurant

CONCEPTUAL CONTRAST “FACT V. FICTION” The first level dining is primarily inspired by the works of Edgar Allan Poe. The Gold-Bug Restaurant and the Black Cat Bar act as contrasts to each other and are located on either side of the lobby. The Gold-Bug is furnished in such a way as to mimic the personal study of an author during Poe’s lifetime, with contemporary upgrades where appropriate. Black Cat Bar, on the other hand, is inspired by the technological advancements made during Poe’s time, namely the refinement of cast iron and indoor planting systems.

Traditional cast-iron detailing designed to contrast with the more contemporary look of booths

RENDERED FLOOR PLAN


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THE GOLD-BUG

1 Book Light Custom LED lamp to provide ambient glow in space

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BLACK CAT BAR

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2 Variety Multiple seating options at tables to create “collected� look 3 Irrigation Metal tubing serves as water supply for wall planters as well as wire concealment for lighting 4 Detailing Traditional cast iron detailing to contrast with contemporary booth styling


IMPRESSIONS Massage & Spa

CONCEPTUAL CONTRAST “RAW V. REFINED” Inspired by the Philadelphia Mint, Impressions Massage & Spa is a haven of comfort and relaxation. The space plays upon the contrast between raw materials and man-made creations, creating an environment that feels both inviting and intriguing. Metallic tones combined with airy textiles work together to embody luxury and provide guests with a positive and memorable spa experience. 9 10

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1 Reception & Product Counter 2 Waiting Area 3 Treatment Room 4 Men’s Locker 5 Relaxation Room 6 Women’s Locker 7 Treatment Room 8 Treatment Room 9 Treatment Room 10 Couples’ Treatment Room

RENDERED FLOOR PLAN


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SPA RECEPTION

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RELAXATION ROOM

1 Metallic Focal wall tiled with metallic accents 2 Lounge Waiting area for spa patrons 3 Steam Room Tiled steam room for guest relaxation 4 Window Coverings Adjustable shades over frosted glass windows for optimum guest privacy while still allowing natural daylight 5 Jacuzzi Incorporated into floor for ease of entry; water feature integrated into wall to keep water flow consistent


ESCHER Rooftop Bar & Grill

CONCEPTUAL CONTRAST “ASCENDING & DESCENDING” Inspired by M.C. Escher’s popular drawing depicting a set of impossible stairs, the Escher Rooftop Bar & Grill utilizes bold lines and geometric forms, several levels and heights of seating, and a high contrast color scheme to create a dynamic and energizing space. 8 7

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1 2 1 Rooftop Entrance & Feature Wall 2 Pool Bar 3 Human Scale Chess Board & Tiered Seating 4 Bar 5 VIP Seating 6 Men’s Restroom 7 Men’s Restroom 8 Mezzanine

RENDERED FLOOR PLAN


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1 Enclosure Curtain wall enclosure designed to allow maximum amount of daylighting 2 Mural Feature wall at pool bar incorporates graphic wall art inspired by Philadelphia’s many murals

ROOFTOP POOL

3 Custom Fire Pit Elemental fire acts as a contrast to water in the pool area


HOSPITALITY


The Restaurant Space should reflect culture of region Large scale restaurant that will accommodate many guests Design should utilize local materials wherever possible

The Space Taipei, Taiwan 1 Level with capability of accommodating mezzanine Should include several different styles of seating

The Project Team Project 2 Interior Designers Software: Revit, AutoCAD, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Photoshop

RESPONSIBILITIES Research

Material Selection

Branding

First Level Rendered Plan

Space Planning

Mezzanine Rendered Plan

Conceptual Development

Perspective Renderings


INSPIRATION & CONCEPT Gesture is inspired by the unique system of connections between the people of Taiwan. Whether it be as business partners, family, or lovers these relationships are an integral part of every person’s life, and sharing a meal is the best way to ensure that these bonds remain strong. Gesture is a blend of the old and the new, combining the respected concepts of tradition and connection with the modern ideas of clean, bold lines and environmentally sustainable materials. A variety of seating arrangements is provided to ensure that all guests feel welcome and comfortable in the space.


SPACE PLANNING

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1 Outdoor Waiting 2 Hostess Stand 3 Indoor Waiting 4 Patio Seating 5 Booth Seating 6 Private Dining 7 Raised Dining Area 8 Bar 9 Serving Station 10 Serving Station 11 Restroom 12 Restroom 13 Mezzanine Seating 14 Serving Station

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RENDERED FLOOR PLAN

Privacy Bar can be visible or concealed using storefront system with frosted glass panels

Accessible Dining platform outfitted with accessible ramp to accommodate all restaurant guests

Booth Seating Accommodate larger parties; placed near daylighting

Angle Mezzanine and hostess stand placed at the same angle for visual continuity within the space


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1 Lazy Susan Turntable at center of table allows for easy sharing of meals between larger groups 2 Graphics Geometric paint detail on booths creates visual interest and brings color into space 3 Mezzanine Additional mezzanine seating above entrance and booths 4 Porcelain Art Display Contemporary vase designs in traditional blue and white porcelain act as visual connection between both levels

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BOOTHS & ENTRANCE


CUSTOM TABLEWARE


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EXTERIOR

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GENERAL DINING

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1 Inset Entrance is set into building, inviting users into the space before they walk through the door 2 Seating Additional benching outside of entrance serves as waiting area 3 Patio Partially enclosed for privacy and protection against the elements 4 Contrast Floor Guides circulation through space 5 Lanterns Strategically placed throughout the space to add a more intimate level of lighting 6 Drapery Large panels of drapery add visual softness and texture


Open hand logo on shoulder of uniforms, reinforcing brand identity in a thoughtful and subtle way

MENUS & UNIFORMS


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PRIVATE DINING

1 Panel System Artistic panel system used to enclose private dining when visual privacy is desired

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2 Candles Act as both an additional level of lighting as well as atmosphere enhancement 3 Metalwork Partitions on platform dining area divide space but are not visually heavy

BAR

4 Mirror Shelving behind bar incorporates mirror which adds visual interest and makes space feel larger


BIJOU BIJ B IJOU OU RETAIL


The Brand High end luxury brand looking to expand client base Known for handbags and jewelry

The Space Toronto, Canada Flagship location for brand 2 Levels; Men’s & Women’s departments Ample circulation throughout space required

The Project Individual Project Software: Revit, AutoCAD, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Photoshop Hand Rendered

RESPONSIBILITIES Research

Material Selection

Brand Development

Custom Fixture Design

Space Planning

Hand Rendered Floor Plan

Conceptual Development

Hand Rendered Perspectives

Hand Rendered Elevations


INSPIRATION & CONCEPT A bustling marketplace on a busy day is full of life; the sun shines through hanging fabrics and puts a spotlight onto the various wares for sale. This is the quintessential retail exchange, and it is from these mental images and feelings that Bijou Luxury Market draws its inspiration. Bijou is a colorful, stimulating, and refreshing take on the world of modern luxury brands. The space is a reflection of the diverse and bright world and client base that the Bijou brand caters to. Multi-tiered fixtures, an open floor plan, and vivid textiles all come together to create a space that can be enjoyed by the new face of luxury consumers.


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RENDERED FLOOR PLAN LEVEL ONE

RENDERED FLOOR PLAN LEVEL TWO


EYEWEAR WALL


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1 Teardrop Shelving Custom display shelving flows from second to first level

WOMEN’S PERFUME

2 Pedestal Multitiered display to showcase products


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1 1 Greenery Planter pedestal displays to bring life and color into the space while showcasing latest designs 2 Branding Bijou branding motif cut into partition to connect spaces visually while maintaining separation 3 Ceiling Hung textiles add softness to the space 4 Shelving Linear shelving allows for pleasing gridded product display 5 Multi-Tiered Display Product visibility increased with multiple levels


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HANDBAGS


MEN’S LOUNGE & OUTERWEAR


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1 Ogee Arch Architectural detail connects spaces with cultural nod 2 Ceiling Tiles Serve acoustical purpose as well as add color to the space

FURS & WOMEN’S OUTERWEAR

3 Living Mannequins Poses allow for realistic display of merchandise and bring life to space 4 Pronged Display Increases visibility of product from all angles


CORPORATE


ABOUT The Company New HQ for commercial real estate company Eliminating owned office spaces in favor of “hot desking� and alternative work environments Design should help to attract a younger demographic of employees

The Space Denver, CO 2 unconnected suites on ground level of business center 160 Employees, with projected growth for the next two years

The Project Individual Project Software: Revit, AutoCAD, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Photoshop

RESPONSIBILITIES Research

1st Level Reflected Ceiling Plan

Company Concept & Branding

Rendered Elevations

Space Planning

Perspective Renderings

Conceptual Development 1st Level Rendered Floor Plan


INSPIRATION & CONCEPT The Denver office of NEXT Corporate Real Estate is built upon creativity and comfort, empowering workers to utilize their surroundings in personal and powerful ways. Users of the space are given the necessary tools to create greatness, but it is up to the users to determine how they would like to make it happen. Materials are soft in color and varied in texture, mimicking a well-curated collection of throws and items used to build the ultimate space of comfort and collaboration: the blanket fort.


RESEARCH COMFORT

TECHNOLOGY

TEAM T

PRIVACY

CHOICE


In Materials...

In Space Planning...

Warm & textured to promote creativity. Include nods to biophilia where appropriate to increase material authenticity.

A palette of postures and positions in all spaces, supporting users physically and mentally as they move throughout the day.

In Use...

In Theory...

Per client request, a suitable environment for Virtual Reality encounters must be provided. Technology should be integrated.

Ready access to technology is a key factor in enhancing creativity in the workplace.

In Selection... Per client request as well as emerging research concerning the importance of collaborative spaces, areas for team members to work together effectively should be accessible throughout the space. These spaces should incorporate furniture that is flexible and comfortable.

In Theory...

In Space Planning...

Areas for focus work must still be accessible, even in an open office floor plan. This is imperative for employee satisfaction.

Provide spaces that have acoustical and visual privacy from the majority of the office space. Understand that privacy needs are personal.

In Design Intent...

In Theory...

Develop a concept that promotes personalization of a space in a healthy and convenient way for employees.

Create environments that push for physical engagement with the space and provide various postures and positions.


SPACE PLANNING BUBBLE DIAGRAM

ECOSYSTEM OF ZONES

RESIDENT ZONE

RESOURCE ZONE


MEETING ZONE

SOCIAL ZONE

NOMADIC ZONE

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LIGHTING LEGEND 6” Recessed Can LED Uplight Pendant Fixture 24” x 24” LED Troffer 48” Suspended LED Fixture Outdoor String Light LEDs Large Suspended Fixture

REFLECTED CEILING PLAN


Choice Workcafe outfitted with varied seating to accommodate wide range of preferences

Privacy Wellness room for nursing mothers equipped with mini fridge and lounge furniture

Team Large pitch room with tiered seating and flexible furniture to suit variety of needs

Comfort Carpet tile used throughout the space to create “layered rug� effect

Technology Mobile media centers provided to turn any area into impromptu meeting space

RENDERED FLOOR PLAN


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1 Greenery Planter placed in space to promote wellness and connection to nature 2 Soffit Lighting LED soffit lighting to produce welcoming and ambient light


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RECEPTION


WORKCAFE ELEVATION


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VR SPACE

1 Mobility Computer pedestal provides complete flexibility in space

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2 Storage Benches with space to keep all necessary VR equipment

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WORKCAFE

3 Connect Tacking space and media scape can transform space into informal meeting room 4 Ambient Light Sphere lights placed throughout space to add light to dark areas


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1 Lounge Comfortable seating solutions for Connect Zone to promote casual interaction of employees throughout the work day 2 Textiles Upholstery intentionally interchanged and reused throughout space to allow for flexibility in furniture location 3 Media Television with video presence technology can be used to display company news and easily transition into meeting space 4 Curtain Walls Glass in space amber tinted to reduce strain on eyes and act as contrast to cool tones used throughout


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OPEN OFFICE ELEVATION


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1 Daylighting Ceiling fixture made to imitate natural daylighting in open office space

IDEATION ZONE

2 Informal Ideation Zone incorporates Campfire tables to create casual and relaxed atmosphere

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3 Personalize Wall of shelving for personal items of employees to make up for lost desk space 4 Greenery Bay windows not suitable for seating used for greenery to add life to space 5 Adjustable All desks are heightadjustable to accommodate a range of postures


CREATIVE


DESIGN I & II A collection of works from foundational design classes exploring both black and white and color design. Works included, in order left-to-right and top-to-bottom: Imagined Perspective (acrylic paint on illustration board), Pattern Mix Tile (acrylic paint on wood panel), The Greek Dogs (construction paper cutout on illustration board), Mix Media Replication (acrylic on illustration board), Imagined Floor Plan (ink on illustration board).


DRAWING & HAND RENDERING Selected projects from Drawing and Hand Rendering courses. Works included, in order left-to-right and top-to-bottom: Still Life 1 (charcoal and pencil on drawing paper), Photorealistic Rendering 1 (markers and colored pencils on marker paper), Photorealistic Rendering 2 (markers and colored pencils on marker paper), & Still Life 2 (charcoal and pencil on drawing paper).


PRODUCT DESIGN

BEACCON BEACON PORTABLE LAMP

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FIRST PLACE Curtis Stout Portable Lamp Competition, 2017

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2’ - 3 3/4”

“Broken” does not mean “broken forever”. Constructed of disregarded lamp shades and metal garden fencing, BEACON is an abstract representation of light emerging from irregular forms that have been given new life.


IMAGO STOOL Break it down to build it up. Using simple abstracted shapes to create more complex forms is common practice in figure and portrait drawing. By simplifying complicated forms, one is able to see the “bare bones� or true form of the shape. The IMAGO STOOL utilizes this principle to take the shapes commonly used to draw the human nose (3 circles, a rectangle, a trapezoid, and subtle angles) and translate them into a usable piece of furniture.

RECTANGLE

FIRST PLACE Flexsteel Student Competition, 2018


TECHNICAL


MILLWORK ATALANTA RECEPTION DESK


DOOR DETAILS PARTITIONS, JAMB, & HEAD


THANK YOU SYDNEY WHITE Email Web

s.allynn.white@gmail.com sallynn.wixsite.com/sydneywhite

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Sydney White - Interior Design Portfolio  

A collection of works from my undergraduate studies in interior design at Mississippi State University.

Sydney White - Interior Design Portfolio  

A collection of works from my undergraduate studies in interior design at Mississippi State University.

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