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Develop your own brief based on an issue that you want to tackle, then complete a self directed project, following that brief, to create a solution.

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ISSUES:

Skatepark Inspiration

Skateboarders not being allowed to skate Youth Culture is being banned in many public spaces around the UK Not enough alternative places for young people to socialise.

AIMS: Give the Skateboarders an alternative place where they can skate. Provide a safe place for young people to meet up

INDOOR SKATEPARK:

Psychedelic Inspiration

Focuses on skateboarding groups Can have other social areas Safe environment

Rooftop Inspiration

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Graf ti and ‘underground’ are common characteristic linked with both skaters and psychedelic design

Another hang-up of skaters is that ince a space is created, it stays the same; They want new environments and routres to nd

Street Skaters don’t like ‘designed space’, they prefer an unconventional skating environment

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The Fabulously Funky Furniture range is looking to expand its market by designing and manufacturing their own ‘Sensory Pod’

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Sensory Products

Existing Incube Products Existing Sensory Pods

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Simple boz with snesory tunnel underneath. Seating and quiet space at the top of the steps.

Car Design to create a fun space to sit and calm down. Sensory sections would be either side of the green panel Octagonal Design with steps to sensory walls on the outside. Seating in the centre. Push lights around hole to add to sensory criteria Final Concept as a standalone peice

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Final Concept as an integrated piece


Alternative Design for integration with existing shelf units

Push lights on the front and back faces

Slatted ‘roof’ to cast interesting shadows

Sensory wall on inside faces of vertical panels

SCOTT COOPER

Kinder Box adaptations either side of pod for support and extra storage

Available colours are as follows: (Outlined colours are the ones used in the images)

Boards:

Violet

Plum

Fuchsia

Pumpkin

Limette

Avocado Brushed Steel

Beech

Lagoon

Sky Blue

Indigo Turquoise

Primary Yellow

Primary Green

Primary Blue

Primary Red

Water Resistant Boards:

Rhubarb

Coral Red

Orange

Primary Yellow

Limette

Indigo

Plain Fabric: Leatherette

Plum

Raspberry

Cherry Clementine Lemon

Lime

Sky Blue

Electric Blueberry Blue

Plain Fabric: Silvertex

Aubergine Magenta

Red

Safran

Pistachio Turquoise

Delft

Graphite

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A client has asked about the possibility of converting two retirement apartments into one large Penthouse Suit

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Client Pro le: Name: Linda Taylor Age: 55 Occupation: Teacher Hobbies: Gardening, Entertaining, Hiking Family: Mother, Son (age 26) and Grandaughter (age 2) Name: Richard Taylor Age: 57 Occupation: Retired Upholsterer Hobbies: 70s Rock Music Cooking Movies Family: Mother, 2 Sisters (aged 53 & 45), Son (age 26) and Grandaughter (age 2) Other Information: Suffers from Arthritis

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Kitchen Render

Living Room Render


The nal apartment has: Open plan Kitchen, Dining Room, Lounge Fitted Kitchen Bathroom 2 Bedrooms Of ce Space Washing/Drying Room Outdoor BBQ and Seating

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A Japanese technology company is trying to establish themselves in the UK market across three different tiers. As part of a team, you must develop designs for a temporary Kiosk to test the products, a retail store to sell the products and a agship stroe to hold product launches and business deal meetings My role within this team was to create 3D models of the groups ideas on Autodesk Revit and then develop renders from these models to use in presentations

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Flagship Store Inspiration

Kiosk Inspiration

Retail Store Inspiration

Flagship Store Initial Ideas 16


Kiosk Features: -

Modular Design

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Seating Area

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Product Testing Area

Retail Store Features: -

VR Booth

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Consultation Pods

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Product Displays

Flagship Store View along mezzanine Render

Flagship Store Features:

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CafĂŠ Bar

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Toilets

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Consultation Pods

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VR Tunnel

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Auditorium Seating

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Mezzanine Level Displays

Retail Store View Upon Enterance Render


Flagship Store Basement Breadslice Contributer: Max Holder

Flagship Store Ground Floor Breadslice Contributer: Max Holder

Flagship Store Mezzanine Breadslice Contributer: Max Holder

Kiosk Render Retail Store Breadslice Contributer: Max Holder

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A new property is being built in Chapel Square, Manchester and there is space for three of ce facilities. Design layouts for each of the three spaces that will attract local businesses to move their companies to us.

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Features within the space: 1 Meeting Room that seats 6 people, with a screen 2 Private Of ces with a view of the Main Floor 28 Seats at various tables on the Main Floor 6 Break out Pods that each seat 4 people 2 Toilets

The larger of the three of ces will be used as a ‘rent-a-space’ scheme, whereby companies or individuals can book tables, break out pods or the meeting room as and when they need them. The extrerior windows are fogged with an orange tint at the bottom to ensure privacy without affecting the amount of daylight that comes through.

Café with 15 seats at tables

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Features within the space: 1 Meeting Room that seats 6 people, with a screen 1 Private Of ce with a view of the Main Floor 6 Seats at various tables on the Main Floor 2 Toilets Kitchenette with a small table for 4 people

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This is the smallest of ce space, and could be rented out to a small company. The main colour scheme is green and white. Creating a natural and relaxing feel within the space, promoting a calm working environment There is a lot of natural light that will be let into the space, which will add to the natural atmosphere.


Features within the space: 1 Meeting Room that seats 8 people, with a screen 1 Private Of ce with a view of the Main Floor 6 Seats at various tables on the Main Floor 8 Casual chairs to do work at or have a break 2 Toilets Small Kitchen area

This space can be let out to small companies. It’s a more casual working environment with reds and oranges running throughout. There is a divider separating the workspace from the ‘chill out zones’ and kitchen. Natural light will also help to make this space feel more open and airy.

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Scott Cooper - Design Portfolio  

Design Portfolio put together using the work produced over a 3 year Interior Design course at the University of Wolverhampton.

Scott Cooper - Design Portfolio  

Design Portfolio put together using the work produced over a 3 year Interior Design course at the University of Wolverhampton.

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