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INTERIOR DESIGN

PORT FOLIO SHOSHANA YARDLEY


SHOSHANA YARDLEY PORTFOLIO


WELCOME Hey, I am Shoshana! I’m 50% creative, 40% hard-working, and 10% coffee. I’m currently studying Interior Design at Dunwoody College of Technology. Design is my passion and through my degree, I hope to help people attain functional, beautiful, and sustainable residential and commercial spaces. In addition to design, I am passionate about the environment and how we impact the world around us. In my free time, I like to be outdoors in my backyard garden, travel somewhere new, educate my community about composting and recycling, and to give forgotten items a new life in my online second-hand clothing shop. I’m excited to combine my passions for sustainability, repurposing, and creativity into my design work and to create spaces that help improve experiences in our built environment and the footprint we leave behind.


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TABLE OF CONTENTS

INDEPENDENT LIVING UNIT

14 SENIOR LIVING

PUBLIC SPACES

22 RECEPTION AREA DESIGN

28 COMMUNITY CENTER

36 BATHROOM DESIGN 44 SMALLER WORKS


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PROJECT 01 RESIDENTIAL STUDIO II SOPHOMORE YR. I SPRING I 2018 Resident Apartment Project The design for a new three-story senior living community is currently underway in Rochester, Minnesota, and will offer a variety of independent living, assisted living, memory care and transitional care options for seniors. Residents will be drawn to the community’s abundant amenities, including: heated underground parking, several formal and casual dining options, health and wellness center, activity and large meeting spaces, outdoor patios, walking paths and gardens. For this project, you will work independently and in groups to design an accessible independent living resident apartment.You will complete research about the surrounding community, market, senior living trends and resident preference to determine what’s “next” in senior care. Project Objective: The project focuses on applying the design process to create a 1,750 square foot accessible two-bedroom independent living resident apartment located on the first floor. Team members involved: Wendy Barnum, Shoshana Yardley

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09 INDEPENDENT LIVING UNIT Skills: Research + Concept Development Sketching Adjacency + Space Planning AutoCAD Drafting Floorplan/RCP Material Selection / Spec Sheets Sketch Up Rendering Photoshop + InDesign

Project Concept: Alydia (60) & Olive (63) grew up in rural Midwest finding their professional career in Rochester, MN. There they continued their interest in the outdoors, wildlife, floral gardening, traveling, and healthy lifestyle very active in extended family socializing. A large kitchen that accommodates their whole foods approach to cooking and entertaining. The kitchen and adjoining rooms encourage their healthy lifestyle, community involvement, and provides the ability and enough space for their “soup kitchen mentality.� The intent of this design is to cultivate function through order. As you enter the space, the resident and visitor will experience a cultivated order of groupings laid out in predictable plan, encouraging consistency through rote movement of daily routines. Groupings incorporating optimal adjacencies; pause moments, wayfinding through ceiling heights, and visual demarcations of the spaces.


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From left to right: 1. Living Room [View into kitchen] 2. Kitchen Elevation 3. Living/Dining [From enterance] 4. ISO View of Floorplan


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INDEPENDENT LIVING UNIT From left to right: 1. Master Bathroom Elevation 2. Bathroom Tile 3. Master Bedroom Elevation 4. Den [View into the kitchen] 4


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PROJECT 02 RESIDENTIAL STUDIO II SOPHOMORE YR. I SPRING I 2018 Senior Living Public Space Project: The design for a new three-story senior living community is currently underway in Rochester, Minnesota, and will offer a variety of independent living, assisted living, memory care and transitional care options for seniors. Residents will be drawn to the community’s abundant amenities, including: heated underground parking, several formal and casual dining options, health and wellness center, activity and large meeting spaces, outdoor patios, walking paths and gardens. For this project, you will work independently and in groups to design a portion of the public spaces in this senior living community. You will complete research about the surrounding community, market, senior living trends and resident preference to determine what’s “next” in senior care. Project Objective: The project focuses on applying the design process to create approximately 8,000 square feet of public/amenity spaces in a senior living community located on the first floor. Program areas; Lobby, Bistro, Dining, Club Lounge, Bonus Space, and a Fitness Center. Team members involved: Katie Reed, Holly Teipel, Shoshana Yardley

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17 SENIOR LIVING PUBLIC SPACES Skills: Research + Concept Development Sketching Space Planning AutoCAD Drafting Floorplan/RCP Material Selection / Spec Sheets SketchUp + EnScape Rendering Photoshop + InDesign

Project Concept: Urban divide takes inspiration from a night skyline and linear forms of city architecture that are highlighted by color and light. These elements will be infused into space with definitive organization/ wayfinding. Contemporary geometry and reflective materials on a smaller scale will create interest and eye-catching spaces. Urban divide uses juxtaposition to create a luxurious atmosphere combining city hotel with permanent living. Project drives: - Wayfinding through strong organization and color - Multifunctional spaces that are conducive to aging in place, older adults, and guests - The linear forms will highlight an active lifestyle for residents in the community - embody the personality of the surrounding community


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BEAUTY/BARBER

CORRIDOR

ELEVATOR LOBBY

ELEC.

CLUB LOUNGE 503 SF

ELEVATOR TRASH

IL RESIDENT UNIT

ELEVATOR

IL RESIDENT UNIT

MAIL

DINING 2664 SF 85 SEATS

COMMERCIAL KITCHEN

HALL

BISTRO 254 SF

SENIOR LIVING PUBLIC SPACES

CONCIERGE 157 SF

VESTIBULE 98 SF

LOBBY

From left to right: 1. Lobby Area / Reception Desk 2. Cafe Dining 3. Floorplan and Keyplan

1405 SF

AL RESIDENT UNIT

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AL RESIDENT UNIT

IL RESIDENT UNIT

IL RESIDENT UNIT

ACTIVITY ROOM

CORRIDOR

LAUNDRY

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STAIR A

ACTIVITY LOUNGE

1024 SF

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UP

DN

STAIR B

AL RESIDENT UNIT

DN

MECH

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GUEST UNIT ACC

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STAFF LOUNGE

MOTHERS ROOM

STORAGE

WOMEN'S

MKTG

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RESIDENT STORAGE

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MASSAGE

MEN'S

BEAUTY/BARBER

WORK ROOM

CORRIDOR

STORAGE

ELEVATOR LOBBY

ELEC.

CLUB LOUNGE 503 SF

ELEVATOR

TRASH

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ELEVATOR

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MAIL

DINING

2664 SF 85 SEATS

COMMERCIAL KITCHEN

TOILET

HALL

HALL

BISTRO 254 SF

CONF CONCIERGE 157 SF

OFFICE

TOILET

VESTIBULE 98 SF

LOBBY 1405 SF

ACTIVITY ROOM 1024 SF

MKTG WORK ROOM

STORAGE 72 SF

FITNESS

TOILET

HALL CONF OFFICE

TOILET FITNESS 746 SF

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DATA/STOR

OFFICE

STORAGE 35 SF

OFFICE

MC ENTRY

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EX DIR

DATA/STOR

OFFICE

ACTIVITY

STORAGE BISTRO

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GARAGE VESTIBULE

CHART

OFFICE

CORRIDOR STORAGE

STORAGE

LOBBY

ELEC/ MECH CHART

MC VESTIBULE

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FAMILY CONFERENCE / PRIVATE DINING GARAGE

PANTRY CORRIDOR

DINING

LIVING

SUNROOM

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LOUNGE

WHEELCHAIR SCALE

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INDEPENDENT LIVING UNIT From left to right: 1. Secondary Lobby Seating 2. Bistro / Cafe Dining 3. Club Louge Elevation 4. Club Lounge Perspective 4


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PROJECT 03 PRESENTATION SKILLS II SOPHOMORE YR. I SPRING I 2018 Reception Area Design: Design a reception area for a company of your choice. Requiremenets: Standing and sitting height, ADA compliant, include a ceiling plan and lighting, branding [logo and feel of band name], materials 30-60-10. 1. Develop a short [2-5 sentence] design statement. What will the space feel like? 2. Sketches [use pencil and felt tip pen]: 5 rapid sketches [2D or 3D] and 3 refined ideas [add a pop of color] 3. Digital Mood board: Materials, Inspiration images, Furniture and fixture ideas, Sketches 4. Floor plan and Elevation in CAD and 3D Perspective in CAD or SketchUp 5. Render Floor plan, Elevation, 3D View in Photoshop: add people and vegetation

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25 RECEPTION DESIGN Skills: Company Branding Research + Concept Development Sketching ADA Compliant Research AutoCAD Drafting Floorplan Sketch Up Rendering Photoshop + InDesign

Project Concept: Burt’s Bees is an “Earth Friendly, Natural Personal Care Company.” Burt’s Bees has a focus on sustainability, natural ingredients, and the well being of the world around us. The hexagonal geometry inspired from a bee’s honeycomb is featured as a continuous structural element from the material on the floor and continues up the wall and to ceiling creating a hive-like experience. Natural materials and colors such as; honey-gold light boxes, wood, bamboo, glass, plants, and a pop of red were selected to match Bert’s Bees branding, earth-friendly sustainable mission, and upbeat environment. The layering depth in materiality and desk design was incorporated from my 3D Ideation skeletal cube. The interlocking layers paired well with the design concept and created a highlighted area for the accessible reception desk.


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RECEPTION AREA DESIGN From left to right: 1. Reception Area Perspective 2. Left Wall Elevation 3. Floor Plan 3


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PROJECT 04 COMMERCIAL STUDIO I SOPHOMORE YR.

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Project Objectives: Continue research into schematic design, fully understand program and design concept. 1. Adjacency diagrams, Four Bubble diagrams, and Four Block diagrams 2. TWO schematic floor plans - sketched and TWO Stack diagrams 3. TWO materials and color directions FOCUS ON: Reception and seating, Large multi purpose room, Play therapy and kid group, Individual therapy, and Large meeting room. In Design Development stage you will be refining space planing of overall space and developing; Reception and seating, Large multi purpose room or Large meeting room, Play therapy, Individual therapy, and Open office. 1. Refine your floor plans - this should be sketches out 2. 20 sketches [new] - remember your concept and 8 typical office layouts 3. Develop your floor plans, 5 elevations, and 3D views, and RCP in CAD 4. Develop material palette and furniture [hard and digital] 5. Hand render all views Team members involved: Nola Beni, Cheyenne Wiles, Shoshana Yardley

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Domestic Abuse Project New Facility: Domestic Abuse Project envisions a community free of domestic abuse where families experience healthy, safe, and equal relationships. Elevated Link is a combination of a safe, bright and positive space that connects family, resources and community in an open environment; by using large windows, warm lighting, and comfortable seating, as well as materials suited for all ages. The soothing colors and earthy tones, as well as organic patterns create an anxiety free and relaxing space that enables the opportunity to encourage each other in moving forward.


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From left to right: 1. First Floor Plan Sketched 2. Second Floor Plan Sketched 3. First Floor Plan Finalized 4. Second Floor Plan Finalized 5. Open Office Perspective 6. Green Upholstery Swatch


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2 COMMUNITY CENTER From left to right: 1. Therapy Room Perspective 2. Large Conference Room 3. Therapy Room Elevation 3


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PROJECT 05 PRESENTATION SKILLS II SOPHOMORE YR. I SPRING I 2018 3D Bathroom Rendering Exercise: A: Find physical samples for the bathroom B: Render bathroom • Plan • Elevation • 3D View • Add people to space

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Project Concept: “An interior is the natural projection of the soul� - COCO CHANEL

Skills: Material Selection Photoshop Rendering InDesign Layout

This bathroom highlights the playful and colorful lifestyle of its owner with its variety of materials, textures, and colors. The bathroom was designed and inspired by the floral wallcovering, Ivory Seychelles from Schumacher. A variety of pinks and cool greys were selected to create a cohesive and balanced design. The faint grey wood paneling and white floor give the other (louder) finishes in the space to breathe without being too overwhelming and cluttered in the small bathroom. Another fun touch is the pink glass mosaic backsplash in the shower that ties nicely with the pink in the wallcovering and is a unique space on it own. To top it off an antique round mirror hangs above the marble vanity and the aged brass hardware on the plumbing fixtures.


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BATHROOM DESIGN From Left to Right: 1. Bathroom Perspective 2. Bathroom Elevation 3. Bathroom Floorplan 3


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PROJECTS SMALLER WORKS SOPHOMORE YR. I SPRING I 2018 Photoshop Exercises: Project Objective: • Learn Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, and InDesign • Learn how to render in Photoshop • Learn layouts in InDesign Projects: • Render 3D Cubes • Render 5 Materials on 3 Furniture Pieces • Hand Render and Photoshop Floorplans and Elevations

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From left to right: 1. Pattern fabric with steel base 2. Leather with wood base 3. Pattern fabric with steel base 4. Fabic with steel base 5. Wood cube 6. Concrete cube 7. Stainless Steel

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Hand Rendered Plan Photoshop Rendered Plan Velvet Texture Den Rendered Elevation Den Photoshop Elevation Brick Wall Texture Photoshop Rendered Kitchen Hand Rendered Kitchen Wallcovering Texture


Layout Design Credit: Adek Fotografia on Behance.com


SHOSHANA YARDLEY yarsho@dunwoody.edu 612.990.9252

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