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VINCENTIA SHELVIE VERANI

Interior Design Selected Work

2015-2018


VINCENTIA SHELVIE VERANI PHONE / +1 415 900 7918 EMAIL / shelvie.verani@gmail.com

ACADEMY OF ART UNIVERSITY 79 New Montgomery Street San Francisco, CA 94106 MAJOR / BFA Interior Architecture & Design EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR / Archana Myer DIRECTOR / Kathleen Valkuchak INSTRUCTOR / Leonarda Tamayo COURSE / IAD 450 Portfolio

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Vincentia Shelvie Verani came to San Francisco in 2015 because of her passion towards interior design. She moved to United States to complete her bachelor degree in Interior and Architecture design in Academy of Art University. Coming from a family with no background in art and design, she has great passion towards interior design and wanted to develop it further. She value honesty and responsibility towards her works as well as her willingness to learn something new. She able to motivate herself and other people from failure, learn from past mistakes and stand up again to be a better person. She always interested in new innovations of design and she likes to play around with pattern and textures on her design. Her design are based around nature because she believes that nature is a great teacher to everything and that we should learn from nature. She also believes that design could improve people’s quality of life by balancing functionality and aesthetics to achieve a great design.

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This book is dedicated to my beloved parents without whom this book would have been completed two years later.

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CONTENTS

08 RESIDENTIAL Mariotto’s R esidence 1 3 Wood St, San Francisco, CA, 94 1 18

58 COMMERCIAL Urban Farmer Market 1 101 4th Street, San Francisco, CA, 94 158

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National Geographic 3 4 Graham St, San Francisco,CA, 94 1 29


104 HOSPITALITY Heisei R esidence 1881 Bush St, San Francisco, CA, 94 109

138 SOCIAL STATION Halo co-working, event, and reta il 603 Munger Avenue, Dallas, TX, 75 202

170 MISC E LLAN E O US Golden Section, Watercolor, Hand sketches, Textile Design

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MARIOTTO RESIDENCE A three storey condominium owned by three generation extended family. Located on laurel heights village in San Francisco, California. Each floor belongs to a different client and the goal of this project is to redesigned each floor to suit the client’s needs : to accommodate an aging parents and child with special needs.

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Site Information The site is located at 13 Wood St, San Francisco, CA 94118., Laurel Heights village district. It is a neighborhood in the Western Addition district of San Francisco, California.. The neighborhood is characterized by two-story Edwardian and Victorian style homes in an upper-middle class suburban neighborhood. It is bordered by Geary Boulevard and University of San Francisco campus.

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MARIOTTO RESIDENCE

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A tenant will rent the space through Maria Mariotto. This unit will be rented through section 8 and rental assistance for lowincome tenants.

1. Bedroom 2. Bathroom 3. Kitchen 4. Dining 5. Living Room 6, Office 7. Laundry

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CONCEPT

Intertwined Vines

The concept for the first floor is driven by the idea of intertwined vines and branches. Vines and branches known to be connected with each other because the branches cannot bear fruit unless it abides in the vine. The low income group of people are often excluded from the society and underprivileged. They are also excluded from having access to good quality housing options. The idea of intertwined vines and branches were inspired by the relationship between as the landlord and the tenant.

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DESIGN DEVELOPMENT BUBBLE DIAGRAM

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DESIGN ANALYSIS The problem with affordable house design is that they are lacking a safe and secure space to live and that the design of affordable housing is lacking while design has to start by making things better. The solution of affordable housing is to create a space where they can feel like at home and make the resident feel safe and secure.

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FLOOR PLAN

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KITCHEN DESIGN

Decorative partition in wood to create a semi private room in between living and kitchen area.

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The living room has is an open space showing kitchen and dining area separated with an intertwined shape of a decorative partition to create semi-private space.

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KITCHEN The kitchen uses water sense certified fixture, stove, and refrigerator. A lot of cabinet are provided for storage. 22


ENLARGED KITCHEN CEILING PLAN

KITCHEN ELEVATION DESIGN Reinforce project concept of intertwine by introducing texture and rhythm elements of design with kitchen decorative screen.

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BEDROOM The bedroom features a custom bed in a tree-like shaped with access to backyard. The bedroom have a lot of natural light coming into the space. 24


FURNITURE and FIXTURES Decorative pendant light above kitchen sink counter.

Area Rug in Living Room

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2ND FLOOR

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MARIOTTO RESIDENCE

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Jason, a single father with 12 years old twins, Chloe and Aimee. The twins share a bedroom. Chloe excels in schools and active in sports. Aimee has Cerebral Palsy and she uses wheelchair for mobility and she’s visually impaired.

1. Master Bedroom 2. Master Bathroom 3. Twin’s Bedroom 4. A.D.A Bathroom 5. Storage 6. Laundry 7. Work Space 8. Kitchen (Wheelchair accessible) 9. Dinning 10. Living

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CONCEPT Intertwine Redwood Roots

The concept for the second floor is driven by the idea of intertwined redwood tree roots. Redwood tree roots intertwined their roots together so that they are able to grow high because its roots support each other. This concept is inspired by how redwood tree roots intertwined and fuse together creating tremendous strength against force of nature. Since Aimee is disable, the design execution have to support her daily needs for her to be able to grow strong against the harsh of life.

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DESIGN DEVELOPMENT BUBBLE DIAGRAM

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DESIGN ANALYSIS The problem with affordable house design is that they are lacking a safe and secure space to live and that the design of affordable housing is lacking while design has to start by making things better. The solution of affordable housing is to create a space where they can feel like at home and make the resident feel safe and secure.

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FLOOR PLAN

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ENTRYWAY ENTRY ENTRYWAY

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The living room is an open space with no obstructive pathway. Play with pattern of intertwine roots for decorative partition, wallpaper, and lighting fixtures.

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A.D.A BATHROOM The guest bathroom is A.D.A compliant with wall mount sink and roll in shower with flip in shower seat. 38


GUEST BATHROOM ELEVATION

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The twin bedroom design features an intertwine pattern wall decoration. The bedroom uses low height platform bed and it is A.D.A compliant.

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Maria, single mother with 16 years old daughter and 75 years old grandfather. Her daughter, Simona is sensitive to low VOC product. Her father, Frank has glaucoma and has problem with kneeling and stooping.

1. Living Room 2. Kitchen 3. Dining Room 4. Laundry 5. Maria’s office 6. Maria’s bedroom 7. Master bathroom 8. Simona’s bedroom 9. Frank’s bedroom 10. Guest bathroom

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CONCEPT Intertwined Wreath

The concept for the third floor is driven by the idea of intertwined wreath. Wreath has a meaning of protection, unity, balance, and memorial. The circle shape means eternity. The concept of intertwined wreath is inspired by Maria who serves as head of her family and also landlord for the 1st floor unit. Maria will have to protect both her family and the low-income individuals who rent the place. Wreath which could also means balance, reflect Maria’s life who needs balance between work and her private life inside the space.

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DESIGN DEVELOPMENT BUBBLE DIAGRAM

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SKETCHES

DESIGN ANALYSIS Design should support people who decide to age in place. Design of the interior should support the needs of people who wanted to stay in their own home and age. The design should be seamless, no obstructive pathway and wide enough to accommodate people in wheelchairs. The house should also have good indoor air quality by using low VOC materials

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FLOOR PLAN

MARIA’S BEDROOM PAINT

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KITCHEN ELEVATIONS

DESIGN ANALYSIS The kitchen is designed in a wreath shape. It is designed in a circular motion incorporating the golden triangle rule in the kitchen layout. The kitchen cabinet is in cherry wood. Stainless kitchen appliances used on the kitchen such as double door refrigerator with freezer on the bottom, stacking oven and microwave with plenty of storage cabinets.

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KITCHEN ELEVATIONS

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FURNITURE and FIXTURES SELECTIONS

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Living Room 52


The living room is an open space design with intertwine pattern beddings and light fixtures. The space has obstructive pathways and using low VOC materials. 53


MASTER BATHROOM The master bathroom features high mirror with wall sconce and plenty of storage cabinet. The bathroom is using tub/shower combo and non slip tile.

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BATHROOM ELEVATIONS

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BEDROOM DESIGN

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MASTER BEDROOM The master bedroom features a intertwining design of wood panel and mirror as a back wall design for the bed. The two pendant light also a substitute for wall sconce.

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URBAN FARMER A market project located on the first floor of Channel St apartment in Mission Bay, San Francisco. The program is to design a mixed use commercial space: Upscale market, Restaurant, and Demonstration kitchen. The space designed is to be light, bright, natural, casual, and simple.

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Site Information The site is located at 1101 4th street, San Francisco, CA, 94158. It is located on South of Market district but also part of Mission Bay district. The site is originally a marsh and it has been redeveloped into high end neighborhood housing condominiums, biotech development, research company, and hospitals.

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CONCEPT Back to Nature

We are living in a world that is surrounded by technologies and more people are looking to reconnect to nature. The design intention is for people to break away from technology and get in touch with mother earth. Also, to design a space where it can gives customer experiences how life was before industrialization with organic, local, and sustainable fresh food while adjusting to a healthier lifestyle. The goal of this concept is to give not just an identity to the space but also as a place for community gathering and make the customer feel they are back in the nature. The design will be incorporated in organic forms, symmetry and asymmetry of nature forms.

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BRANDING Thin lines contrasting the bulk line The font used for the logo is bulky and has some thin lines on it too. It is representing the tree shapes.

Urban is taken from the site location which is in a new urban location.

Farmer because the market is selling product from local farmer. The F-shape with fat and thin lines design representing a tree with branches. 64


PACKAGING

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DESIGN DEVELOPMENT BUBBLE DIAGRAM

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BLOCK DIAGRAM and SKETCHES

DESIGN ANALYSIS In order to create a connection between nature and humanity, we have to encourage people through act. Design is one way to make people to start feeling concerned with our nature. To get customer interact with the space is not just by telling them what to do but to engage them with the surrounding nature and feel more concerned with our world.

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1. Restaurant 2. Open Restaurant Kitchen / Pizza Bar 3. Demonstration Kitchen 4. Walk in Cooler 5. Open Kitchen - Prep. Food 6. Market Entry/Exit 7. Prepared Food Area 8. Fresh Produce 9. Dry Products 10. Storage 11. Employee Break Room 12. Restroom 13, Manager’s Office 14. Coffee Shop & Wine Room 15. Trash Room 16. Loading Dock

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The market area features a tree structure surrounding the column. Along the hallway of the market area light by acorn shaped light fixtures. The whole inspiration of the market is an autumn forest with falling acorn.


“Stylized� tree column structure resemble a tree in a forest.

Acorn style pendant light resemble a falling acorn in forest

Island Display by Hill phoenix

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Ceiling and Shelving Design Inspiration

Barrel shape wine refrigerator

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WINE CORNER The wine corner on the market area features a custom shelf which is inspired from a stacking mushroom. The shelf extend to the ceiling as ceiling feature and hide the ceiling fixtures.

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The restaurant ceiling design representing a falling water-drop from leaf. The ceiling structure is taken from leaf structure. The idea of the design is eating in the nature. Natural materials were used throughout the space.


Sky Fall Medium Pendant by Studio Italia Design resemble dripping water

Inspiration sketch of dripping water ceiling structure. Also resemble a leaf with dripping water.

Restaurant Elevation

Restaurant is located on the northest part of the space because it has many curtain walls that provide natural lights.

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NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC The project is to design the new headquarter office for National Geographic on an existing building located in an open area of the Presidio District of San Francisco. The National Geographic Society wishes to developed a mixeduse building that will house their West Coast Office headquarters, retail space for visitors, and public exhibit space for art/photography/educational exhibits, and a cafe.

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Site Information The site is located at 34 Graham St, San Francisco, CA, 94129. The existing building is located in an open area of the Presidio District of San Francisco. It is located near the intersection of Anza Avenue and Owen Street. There is an existing parking lot on the west side of the building, across Anza Ave. As any other buildings in the Presidio District, the architecture of the building is the historic style of Mission revival.

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CONCEPT Volcanic Eruptions

The concept of Volcano represent the elements of earth, air, water, and fire. The concept of volcano is reminding us to stay in our foundational beliefs, communication, not to get influenced easily, flowing emotions freely like lava. The concept of the volcano is to let National Geographic, a company that thrive to explore and protect the planet to stay passionate about their missions and not to be shaken. The concept is inspired from National Geographic beautiful photographs of the Volcano. Volcanic Eruptions are not just a natural disaster, but it also brings new life after the eruptions. The concept will be applied by using textures, organic shapes, bold colors, and dynamic movement.

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DESIGN DEVELOPMENT BUBBLE DIAGRAM

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BUILDING ANALYSIS Height from floor to ceiling: 14’-2” Building Height: 27’-1” Building Height to Roof Cut: 34’-5” Building is facing Southeast. The south part of the building which is where the main entrance is facing will receive good sunlight. Shaded are necessary to block warm summer sun. The west and east part of the building will receive morning and afternoon glare where shaded is also necessary to make the rooms stay cool. The building that facing the northeast will have less favorable views because it is facing another building. The Southeast part will face the street and gets traffic noise, Northwest will face public parking lot and Southwest will face an empty lawn.

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The vertical conveyance of building analysis shows many design opportunities such as skylights and additional entrances to the building.

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SKETCHES

DESIGN ANALYSIS National Geographic is known for their highquality photograph and their expeditions. They went on many volcanoes expedition and took beautiful shots of the volcanoes. The design of the floor plan is based on the volcanic crater and a volcanic base concept drawing, The middle part is the magma chamber where everything happen and create tension between the space and the visitor.

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PRELIMINARY SKETCHES

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FLOOR PLAN

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Lava Wall Exhibition

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The Lava Wall Exhibit is inspired by volcano when erupted. The wall is a curved wood panel uplight using red color light. To highlight the wall in. Playing with color to create a dramatic tension between the exhibit and the customer.

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FLOOR PLAN

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DESIGN ANALYSIS

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The design of the 2nd floor is based on a concept drawing of volcanic base. The floor plan is based on the condition after volcanic eruptions where everything is cool down and new life start to grow. The center of the floor plan is the magma chamber after eruptions. Magma chamber is where everything happens under pressure and that’s going to be the workstation for the workers. In this floor, the materials are tone down to represent the after effect of volcanic eruptions. Materials used are concrete, gray wood flooring, some red color is used for accent.

Private brainstorming room called think room for worker to get privacy for brainstorming some ideas.

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Museum Lobby 92


Lobby is carpeted with a black and red patterned carpet creates way-finding to the exhibition. Wall features National Geographic logo in copper wall and a custom reception desk. 93


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CAFE The cafe is a volcanic theme cafe featuring geometric ceiling structures in interwoven colors of red, blue, and white. The design is representing a mountain landscape and the concrete materials of wall representing volcanic crater texture.

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The exhibition area features interactive volcanic sculpture and models, with many informative walls and natural light. The exhibition is designed in concrete flooring.

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Canopy ceiling design representing an upside volcano mountain and landscaping in wood lattice

Wood structure panel representing flowing lava from volcano

Stone texture decorative design representing ashes

Office Reception Elevation

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OFFICE RECEPTION The office reception ceiling design is based on upside down volcano and landscaping around it. The ceiling was a wood lattice. The reception desk is representing a burning lava.

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WORKING AREA 100

To give more acoustic feature to the working area, the ceiling are dropped down. There carpet is resembling a magma chamber. The red color is also accent that gives color to the space.


DETAILED DESIGN

Drop down ceiling detail drawings.

Office Hallway sketch

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HEISEI RESIDENCE A senior housing hospitality project located in 1881 Bush St, San Francisco, CA, 94109. The goal is to remodeled existing building for low income housing senior and to support sustainability for LEED credits.

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Client The client is a nonprofit group which has purchased an existing two-story office building with 10,874 Sq. Ft. gross. The senior housing will be designed for average age of the residents is expected to be 75 years.

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Site Analysis The site is located at 1881 Bush St, San Francisco, CA, 94109. It is located in Japantown neighborhood in the Western Addition district of San Francisco, California. The site is where the first Japanese arrived in San Francisco and built their new homes there after the 1906 earthquake. The area is the foundation of where San Francisco’s Japanese American community took root.

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TARGET CUSTOMER

The senior housing will be designed for average resident age expected to be 75 years and low income seniors with median income between $37,650 and %53,750 for seniors who want to make change on his life by living healthier and for elderly who wants to age in place. The housing will be affordable to accommodate seniors that had retired with many program to get the balance between living healthy and age in place peacefully.

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The senior living center will provide private condominiums, community activity spaces, a dining facility, and on-site nursing care. The project is to plan the interior renovation of the building and meet the client’s programming requirement which include; 1. Front lobby with reception desk and 4 waiting chairs 2. Dining Room: 500 sq. ft. minimum 3. Kitchen: 250 sq. ft. minimum 4. Community Room: 600 sq. ft. minimum 5. Library: 300 sq. ft. minimum 6. Exercise Room: 300 sq. ft minimum 7. Staff Offices: 300 sq. ft. 8. Nurse’s office: 150 sq. ft. 9. 8 Studio Apartments with kitchen, accessible bathroom, closet, and laundry closet for stacking washer/dryer (2’-9” wide x 3’-2” deep). Unit areas should be 410 sq. ft. minimum 10. Adequate public restrooms 11. Janitor’s closet 12. Telecom Closet 13. Mechanical Room

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CONCEPT Stacking Stones

The art of stacking stones is a form of worshiping. The stones are natural elements and reflect the balance between man-made structures and natures. In interior design, the stacking of zen stones reflect balance, harmony, and serenity while in Japanese garden they represent four classical elements. Together, they represented harmony and soul. The idea of stacking stones serves as an aid to meditation about the true meaning of life and as a representation that senior housing should give a quality life to its residents and give them a sanctuary. The design will reinforce the concept of healing and life balance, featuring the simple and clear lines, lighter and warmer earthy color to bring out a peaceful and relaxing atmosphere. The goal is to bring the outside to inside the space and create balance and harmony within the space.

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BUILDING ANALYSIS

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The vertical conveyance of building analysis shows many design opportunities such as larger windows, roof garden, skylight, additional entrances.

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BUILDING SECTION

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DESIGN DEVELOPMENT BUBBLE DIAGRAM - 1st Floor

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BUBBLE DIAGRAM - 2nd Floor

DESIGN ANALYSIS When living in a housing, having a quality view from your house is the key to have a quality life. The idea of splitting 8 apartment into 4 for each floors so that everyone who reside in the senior housing could have a quality view and life. Also, the idea of atrium creates balance between public and private life.

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BUBBLE DIAGRAM - 3rd Floor

Roof Garden is an important feature when designing a building. The idea of having roof garden could help to reduce building temperature, reduce noise and air pollution, and mitigate urban heat island. However, roof garden could also give a place of entertainment for the seniors.

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DESIGN DEVELOPMENT BUBBLE DIAGRAM - 1st Floor

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BUBBLE DIAGRAM - 2nd Floor

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BUBBLE DIAGRAM - 3rd Floor

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FLOOR PLAN

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PUBLIC SPACE

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SKETCHES & MATERIALS

Indoor atrium offers natural light to the space and covered with glass ceiling. The glass ceiling traps heat which helps reduce energy costs during fall and winter season.

Residence main lobby with reception desk featured plyboo wall panel and circular chandelier to represent the concept of stacking stones.

Carpet

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FLOOR PLAN

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SKETCHES & MATERIALS

Ceiling design surrounding the covered glass ceiling on indoor atrium to represent the concept of stacking stones and to lead people eyes to the sky.

The studio apartment is fully equipped with kitchen, platform bed, and features a Japanese style wallpaper.

Carpet

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SKETCHES & MATERIALS

Gazebo offers open view to the surrounding area and roof garden. Provide for relaxation and entertainment for the seniors. The gazebo is surrounded by plants.

Roof garden is designed for the seniors entertainment purposes. The roof garden will have planting area for the seniors to grow their own vegetables or herbs. There will be a barbecue area for get together events, There are also jacuzzi hot tub and seating area for relaxation purposes. The roof garden will also be area to place the solar panel to generate electricity for the whole buildings.

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REFLECTED CEILING PLAN

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REFLECTED CEILING PLAN

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RESIDENCE LOBBY The lobby feature plyboo wall panels and marble mixed wood reception desk. The lighting fixtures, furniture, and wall decoration is representing the art of stacking stones.

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Studio Apartment - Bedroom 130


The studio apartment has a bedroom area, kitchen, dining, and bathroom. The bedroom uses low platform bed height and the kitchen has plenty of storage.

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INDOOR ATRIUM 132

The indoor atrium is to separate between public and apartment area. It is also to provide natural light to the space and promote visual with the environment while being inside of the space.


Wood Decking on the indoor atrium

The view of indoor atrium that is located on the 2nd floor create dynamic and stimulating interior.

Circular Carpet Pattern

Indoor atrium is located in the center of the space. Provide natural light to the whole building and also the library and office area.

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The community room is used to host gathering events or support service. Featured a modern LED circular chandelier and cork flooring for better sound insulation.


Adjustable LED hanging modern circular chandelier.

Community Room offer flexible option for events. The furniture arrangement could be use for classroom purposes or gathering purposes.

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ROOF GARDEN The roof garden is covered in wood deck flooring and turf grass in some part of the roof. The roof garden is used for entertainment and relaxation area for the seniors. It is part of their rehabilitation to have more quality life.

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SOCIAL STATION A co-working space for today socials retailers. It is located at 603 Munger Ave, Dallas, TX. The space integrates a co-working space and retail space at night. The space encourage health, well being, and adaptability of user in the space.

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Site Information The site is located at 603 Munger Ave, Dallas, TX. An iconic property known for its three roof top cylindrical water tanks and red brick facade visible from Woodall Rodgers Freeway in Dallas, TX.

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CONCEPT Star Collision

The general meaning of collide is to hit something or someone that is moving in a different direction from you. However, collide could also mean when two very different ideas or ways of thinking collide, they could come together and produce an interesting result. The idea of Star Collision come from the concept of having two different worlds collide. The intent for this social retail is to take an advantage of communal space where the workers from different fields can share their ideas and develop their business just like star collision. When two stars collide, a new star is created. When one worker meets another worker in the office, they create a new idea while interacting with each other. The co-working space will be named “Halo� which taken from the circular light around the stars when there is a star collision.

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FLOOR PLAN

Reception & Lockers

Working Area

Kitchen, Dining, & Lounge

Conference Room & Pop Up Store

VR Arcade & Activity Area

Public Lounge, Espresso Bar & Event Area with Stage

Workshop with 3d Printer 144

Open Library

Phone Booth One-on-One Private Meeting Area Thinking Room


REFLECTED CEILING PLAN

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MAIN LOBBY ELEVATION

Custom Modular Furniture

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EVENT SPACE The event space converted from the office lounge area. The display furniture is a custom piece which is a convertible table, chair and display. 147


Co-Working Space and Library 148


The co-working space area rises on a mezzanine, features a custom piece of furniture in a shape of colliding stars. There is a small library below the platform and private reading area.

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LOUNGE / CAFE AREA The lounge area is right beside the working space. It has a basic kitchenette area and custom lounge table in a shape of colliding stars. 150


Modern Wooden Pendant Light to be located above custom table in the lounge area

Library or reading area inserted inside the platform below the workstations area.

Kitchen or pantry area is located near existing bathroom for plumbing convenience,

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MISCELLANEOUS A group of miscellaneous project including sacred geometry design, hand sketches, hand rendering, and textile design.

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URBAN WOODLANDS PLAZA A sacred geometry project

The project is to redesign a public park located at 303 2nd Street. It is a Plaza in San Francisco, CA which will serve as gathering place for people to rest under the shade, eating lunches, and unwind. The design will incorporate golden section rules to the layout design.

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CONCEPT The concept of ts project is Urban Woodlands. The design goal is to create a public space that let people embrace the nature, enjoy the sun and wind. The space has a lot of trees and greenery which reminds me of a woodlands and I want people to think of the nature when they pass through the space. The space is designed in a way as if entering a woodlands but in an urban situated space. The overall concept is to create a public space for people to gather around, eating, having picnic, or relaxing under the shade. I want to make the space attractive and pleasing to the audience eyes but also functional and reminding people of the nature especially in downtown San Francisco, there isn’t many park that people could sit and just relax. This place could be one of the public space that anyone can go to for a walk or just relaxing.

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Site Information The site is located at 303 2nd St San Francisco, CA> The plaza serve as main pedestrian link between Financial District, South Beach, and Mission Bay area.

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Client Planning Commission & Department called for a new look for the space. The affection come from office worker who savored fresh air and sun. The spacious plaza has been renovated and an edgier look was called for.

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LAYOUT SKETCHES The sketches for the overall park layout is based on geometric construction of The square root of 3 Triangle, Hexagon construction (Mandalas), Phi rectangle, and grid construction. The ratio park footprint is 4:5 which is a little bit more than phi ratios but also a golden rectangle ratio. The park will be tiled in tessellation pattern.

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The construction of the park layout began by laying out the grid construction on a phi rectangle. Then draw the public space layout around the grid construction and also the mandala canopy around the fountain area in the center of the grid construction. Last, cleaning up the line construction to get overall layout of the public space.

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FLOOR PLAN LAYOUT

The Northwest and Southeast area will have seating arrangement for office worker to have lunches. There are also picnic area for resident or passerby to enjoy sun and wind. The center area will have a fountain with seating area around it. The fountain area will be shaded using canopy designed in Mandala layout. A lot of tree will be planted to provide additional shade from the strong ultraviolet sun.

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FINISHED FLOOR PLAN

Tessellation design for the tiling of the public space

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Overview of the park layout featuring mandala canopy, fountain with seating area, and many spaces for picnic and greeneries make the space livelier. 165


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Closed up view of the fountain area and seating area for lunches. Also stone tile detailed design.

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Closed up view of the fountain area and Picnic area on the grassy parts of the park. People can enjoy the scenery or bring their pets for walk.

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TEXTILE DESIGN Collection of textile design based on the concept of Neon Jungle by applying different printing techniques such as: paper stencil, interlocking and overlapping, photographic silk screen, hand painted, and heat transfer.

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The first idea is using neon color for the textile pattern to create youthful pattern. The neon color will be laid on a dark background. The pattern will be on a jungle theme or using tropical patterns such as jungle foliage or palm leaves.

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HAND RENDERING Collection of hand renderings done using watercolor paint and color pencils. The hand-rendered images are for color studies to show light reflections, materials and finishes on floor plan, elevations, and furniture.

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LIVING ROOM

Watercolor rendering to show light, material, and reflection study of the interiors

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LIVING ROOM

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FURNITURE

KITCHEN ELEVATION 184

Color studies on kitchen elevation


CHAIRS

Water color rendering on a hotel room

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FLOOR PLAN

Watercolor rendering to show light, material, and reflection study of the interiors

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THANK YOU I would like to give thanks to God, for giving me the strength, the will, the time and the confidence to do this. Thanks to my wonderful family, especially my parents (Muljanto and Heny Herawati) who always encouraging me, pushing me from the very beginning. Thank you for believing in me, for reminding me that I could do this and for being there in every step of this process. Many thanks to Kevin Anton for his unconditional support and for being so patient and understanding. For cheering me up and for being there for me. Thanks to my amazing friends in Indonesia, Singapore, and United States for all your feedback and motivations. Thanks also to my lovely roommates for supporting me during my study here in the States. Special thanks to instructors Leonardo Tamayo, Kathleen Valkuchak, Tom Collom, Mark Miller, Stephan Hoffpauir, Michael Sammet, Olga Zhoffrebov, Andrew Tu, Susan Sutton, and Molly Ness. Thank you all for your guidance throughout the semester and for guiding me to become an interior designer. I also want to thank Imagink for helping me with my portfolio binding and cover. Thank you for being patient with me and producing my portfolio on time and in a good condition. There will never be enough words to express my appreciation. Thank you. I love you.

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shelvie.verani@gmail.com

Interior Design Portfolio  

Selected Works 2015 - 2018

Interior Design Portfolio  

Selected Works 2015 - 2018

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