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INTERIOR DESIGN PORTFOLIO Shyanna Bell


Shyanna K

At a very young age, I had a strong e a big deal for an eight-year-old to ha I was six years old, I picked up a nee out quite nice.

Every grade school project I turned design and the creation process onl field. I took a chance and did someth

shyanna.bell@usm.edu 601.497.9275

My portfolio contains a collection of p Mississippi. I feel proud and accompli all the different programs specified fo to further heights, start a career in in


Kordae Bell

eye for designing. My mother always allowed me to assist her when she was remodeling the house. It is ave an opinion on important details and I knew interior design was a career I wanted to pursue. When edle and thread and taught myself how to make a pillow. For my first time attempting to sew, it turned

was elaborate; teachers identified my work through the unique style. I was born with the passion to ly fuels that passion. After graduating with my bachelors in psychology, I realized I lacked zeal in that hing that I only dreamed of as a child, interior design.

projects that I have completed since entering the interior design program at the University of Southern ished watching my skills flourish, turning my dream into reality. It has been an experience learning about or this major that have allowed me to play around with color and details. My plan is to take my dreams nterior design, as well as develop my skills and knowledge.


Table of Contents 6....H O T E L 24....B A K E R Y 32....C U L T U R A L W E D D I N G 36....A R T G A L L E R Y 44....C O P O R A T E O F F I C E 62....R E S T A U R A N T 72....H A B I T A T F O R H U M A N I T Y 80....S H O W H O U S E 84....P L A Y H O U S E 88....H A N D R E N D E R I N G S


Hotel PROJECT NAME: New Orleans Hotel DESIGN TYPE: Hospitality PROJECT SIZE: 21,000 sq. footage YEAR COMPLETED: Senior-Fall Semester PROJECT LENGTH: 16 Weeks PROGRAMS USED:

PROJECT DESCRIPTION: Design a hotel located in New Orleans Warehouse District that accomadates a lobby area, assorted retail spaces, and a restaurant. Contruct a space that blends the local culture with the chosen theme to attract a variety of crowds of all ages.

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Located in the Warehouse District of New Orleans, Hotel Mahogany will feature natural woods, stones, and e

is polished with natural lighting. Soft, breathable fabrics and lavish furniture will emmerse throughtout the h

stay for a relaxing retreat. Over the years, the bayou of New Orleans has migrated into a busy city area, br

tree design will show off the bayou ambience. The bayou aspect of New Orleans has been drained from its

into what are now the Broadmoor neighborhood, the New Orleans Central Business District just back from S Mahogany was to bring back the idea of the trees and swampy lands of the bayou.

GOALS HISTORY ENCHANTING LAVISH CONNECTION


exposed brick to maintain the industrial sentiment that is currently illustrated in the area. Upon entering the hotel, guests will feel serene in an exsquite location that

hotel. The bayou theme resonates through welcoming and calm neutral colors such as browns, greens, and whites with accents of gold and blue, inviting guests to

ringing in more tourists and business opportunities. The brand and logo for Hotel Mahogany originates from the nature aspect of New Orleans. Keeping a simple

s swampy land, and a good portion of that has become New Orleans we know today. During the 18th and early 19th century maps show it had branches reaching

St. Charles Avenue above Lee Circle, the Carrollton neighborhood, the Treme neighborhood, and a branch connecting to Bayou Gentilly. The branding idea for Hotel

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LOORPLAN

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LOBBY VIEW


FURNITURE SELECTIONS

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LOBBY VIEW


BAR VIEW

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ACCESSIBLE ROOM VIEW

30 30 30 EN 30 A 30 WR 40 40 40 SP 60 60 60 FR 60 ON 60 60 CO 60 EN 60 61 TH TH 80 PA IS


ADA GUIDELINES

02.2 CARPET PILE HEIGHT MAXIMUM IS 1/2”. CARPET PADDING MAY ALSO BE OMITTED 04.3.1 A TURNING CIRCLE WITH 60” MINIMUM DIAMETER IS PROVIDED 04.3.2 A T-SHAPED TURNING SPACE, 60” MINIMUM WIDTH WITH LEGS 36” MINIMUM WIDTH AND 12-24” MINIMUM LENGTH IS PROVIDED AT THE ND OF THE AISLES 08.2.2 OBJECTS MOUNTED BEHIND A COUNTER 20” MAXIMUM DEPTHSHALL NOT BE MOUNTED ABOVE 48” MAXIMUM. OBJECTS MOUND BEHIND COUNTER 20”-25’ MAXIMUM DEPTH SHALL NOT BE MOUNTED ABOVE 44” MAXIMUM 09.4 ALL OPERABLE PARTS SHALL BE OPERABLE WITH ONE HAND AND SHALL NOT REQUIRE TIGHT GRASPING, PINCHING, OR TWISTING OF THE RIST; THE FORCE REQUIRED TO ACTIVATE OPERALE PARTS SHALL BE 5 POUNDS MAXIMUM 03.5.1 ACCESSILE ROUTES SHALL HAVE 36” MINIMUM CLEAR WIDTH 04.2.3 DOORS SHALL HAVE 32’ MINIMUM CLEAR WIDTH 04.2.4.1 SWINGING DOORS SHALL HAVE AN 18” MINIMUM WIDTH CLEAR SPACE ON THE PULL SIDE OF THE DOOR AND A 12” MINIMUM CLEAR PACE ON THE PUSH SIDE OF THE DOOR 04.2 THE CENTERLINE OF THE WATER CLOSET MUST BE 16-18” FROM THE SIDE WALL 04.4 THE SEAT OF THE WATER CLOSET SHALL BE 17-19” AFF 04.5.1 THE SIDE WALL GRAB BAR SHALL BE 42” LONG MINIMUM, LOCATED 12” MAXIMUM FROM THE REAR WALL AND EXTENDING 54” MINIMUM ROM THE REAR WALL 04.5.2 THE REAR WALL GRAB BAR SHALL BE 36” LONG MINIMUM AND EXTEND FROM THE CENTER LINE OF THE WATER CLOSET 12” MINIMUM N ONE SIDE AND 24” MINIMUM ON ONE SIDE AND 24” MINIMUM ON THE OTHER SIDE 06.3 THE LAVATORY SHALL BE 34” MAXIMUM AFF 06.5 WATER SUPPLY AND DRAIN PIPES UNDER LAVATORIES AND SINKS SHALL BE INSULATED OR OTHER WISE CONFIGURED TO PROTECT AGAINST ONTACT; THERE SHALL BE NO SHARP OR ABRASIVE SURFACES UNDER LAVATORIES AND SINKS 08.2.2 STANDARD ROLL-IN SHOWER COMPARTMENTS SHALL BE 30” MINIMUM WIDTH BY 60” MINIMUM DEPTH WITH A 60” MINIMUM WIDE NTRY 08.4 A FOLDING OR NON-FOLDING SEAT SHALL BE PROVIDED IN TRANSFER TYPE SHOWER COMPARTMENTS 10.3 WHERE A SEAT IS PROVIDED IN A STANDARD ROLL-IN SHOWER COMPARTMENT, IT SHALL BE A FOLDING TYPE, SHALL BE INSTALLED ON HE SIDE WALL ADJACENT TO THE CONTROLS, AND SHALL EXTEND FROM THE BACK WALL TO A POINT WITHIN 3” OF THE COMPARTMENT ENTRY; HE TOP OF THE SEAT SHALL BE 17-19” AFF 06.2.3 AT LEAST ONE SLEEPING AREA SHALL PROVIDE A 30” WIDE AND 48” DEEP CLEAR SPACE ON BOTH SIDES OF A BED, POSITIONED FOR ARRALLEL APPROACH TO THE BED (EXCEPTION: WHERE A SINGLE 30” WIDE AND 48” DEEP CLEAR SPACE POSITIONED FOR PARALLEL APPROACH PROVIDED BETWEEN TWO BEDS, A CLEAR FLOOR OR GROUND SPACE SHALL NOT BE REQUIRED ON BOTH SIDES OF THE BEDS *NOT TO SCALE

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LOBBY VIEW


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WAYFINDING

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STAFF ONLY STAFF ONLY KITCHEN STORAGE JANITOR/SERVICE BUISNESS OFFICE

Directional

EXIT STORAGE HOTEL DIRECTORY STAIRS ELEVATORS

Information

HOTEL AND CHECK-IN INFORMATION GRAB-N-GO MARKET HOURS OF OPERATION CYPRESS GRILL HOURS OF OPERATION CYPRESS GRIL MENU THE LOCUST ROOM HOURS OF OPERATION SUGARBERRY TREATS HOURS OF OPERATION

Identification ID-1 ID-2 ID-3 ID-4 ID-5 ID-6 ID-7 ID-8 ID-9 ID-10 ID-11 ID-12 ID-13 ID-14 ID-15 ID-16 ID-17

HOTEL MAHOGANY SUGARBERRY TREATS ELM EXPRESSION CYPRESS GRILL THE LOCUST ROOM WOMEN’S RESTROOM MEN’S RESTROOM ELEVATORS STAIRS EXIT FLOOR NUMBER CONCIERGE ATM TEXT-TO-TALK PHONE STAFF RESTROOM AND ADA ACCESSIBLE RECEPTION GRAB-N-GO

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Bakery PROJECT NAME: Hotel Bakery DESIGN TYPE: Commercial PROJECT SIZE: 3,600 sq. footage YEAR COMPLETED: Senior-Fall Semester PROJECT LENGTH: 4 Weeks PROGRAMS USED:

PROJECT DESCRIPTION: Within the parameters of the hotel, create a retail space that correlates with the chosen theme that was decided upon for the hotel. Provide furniture and materials that correlate with the space.

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Upon walking into Sugarberry Treats, one is enlightened by the atmosphere of clean lines and shimmering gold metal accents. Large glass cases house decadent deserts found throughout New Orleans. Soft, white chairs with gold framing are available to guest as they rest atop a recycled wood floor that reflects the bright overhead lights.

Sugarberry Treats GOALS WARMING ENCHANTING TIMELESS CONNECTION


BAKERY VIEW

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Office

Kitchen Bakery

Mens Restroom

Womens Restroom

Storage

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FINISH SELECTIONS

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LIGHTING PLAN

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BAKERY VIEW

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Cultural Wedding PROJECT NAME: Cultural Wedding DESIGN TYPE: Hospitality PROJECT SIZE: N/A YEAR COMPLETED: Junior-Fall Semster PROJECT LENGTH: 4 Weeks PROGRAMS USED:

PROJECT DESCRIPTION: Pick an international culture and research the traditions for a wedding ceromony. Design a ceremony space that is influenced by the culture of choice using photoshop techniques.

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The Italians are very big on culture, especially weddings. The morning of the wedding the groom sends the bride a bouqu

of flowers with the style and color of his choice. The bride’s attire is a white gown, but in addition to that she wears a rippe

white veil to protect herself from evil spirits and good luck. After the ceremony, the guests throw rice at the couple as th

Itailian Cultural Wedding

exit the church. This symbolizes showering them with fertility. The newly weds then go to area where they will have to cu

log in two with a double handed saw. This is a way of symbolizing the couple’s newly founded partnership in their marriag

There is also a tradition of tying the ribbon that was placed in front of the church. This symbolizes the bride and groo

tying the knot. An Italian wedding reception can have up to a number of fourteen different courses then followed by stro

drinks of alcoholic beverages and wine. As the reception comes to an end the bride and groom like to give their gues

party favor called “bomboniere”. Bomboniere is sugared almonds or confetti and printed ribbons. The confetti is given quantities of odd number, normally five or seven, another form of good luck.


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Art Gallery PROJECT NAME: Art Gallery DESIGN TYPE: Commercial PROJECT SIZE: 5,200 sq. footage YEAR COMPLETED: Senior-Fall Semester PROJECT LENGTH: 8 Weeks PROGRAMS USED:

PROJECT DESCRIPTION: This project was designed for a three-story brick row house that dates back to the turn of the last century in upstate New York. This project was a 2017-2018 Bernice Bienenstock Furniture Library Interior Design Competition for students to display their creativity, uniquness, and interior design skills.

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In upstate New York, Emma and Andrew will utilize a three-story occupancy that will be a combination of an innovativ

the 1st and 2nd floor that will exhibit boundary-pushing artwork, such as graffiti, photography, paintings, and sculptures

also have the capability to shift into a community meeting space. With the catering kitchen and transferable walls, the sp

utilized to host events. The 3rd floor will be reserved as confidential living headquarters for the couple. With the urban e

the growing culture, the Seven One Eight Gallery Collection will bring the neighborhood individuality and differentness. T

for Seven One Eight Gallery Collection is to take the surrounding industrial area and fuse it with the urban ethnic province

area, upon entryway, will be furnished with a custom desk that is manufactured from an recycled wood. The transferabl

the gallery space to be ambulatory. The material and finish selection will provide the space with a nature essence and sphere.


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FIRST FLOOR

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RECEPTION VIEW


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GALLERY VIEW


RECEPTION ELEVATIONS

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Corporate Office PROJECT NAME: Pennzoil DESIGN TYPE: Commercial Design PROJECT SIZE: 38,000 sq. footage YEAR COMPLETED: Junior-Spring Semester PROJECT LENGTH: 16 Weeks PROGRAMS USED:

PROJECT DESCRIPTION: Design an architectural firm that consists of the 14th & 15th floor of the Pennzoil building, located in Houston, Texas.

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SUSTAINABILI TY -use sustainable materials and energy efficient technology and appliances -access to natural lighting throughout the space TECHNOLOGY -the latest video conferencing technology, docking stations, and phone connections HEALTH -offer healthy food options such as vending with healthy food

The goals for the office of Van and Valor Design, located Houston, Texas, will be to create a sustainable corporate technology that supports a healthy lifestyle, while creating a and modern interior. Floor-to-ceiling glass walls, along with will allow natural sunlight throughout the building. Modern wireless internet, tablets, and video conferencing will allow o bile and capable of working anywhere in the office. With ment and modern aesthetic design will create a collaborative


at Pennzoil Place in office, with modern a aesthetically clean h light color finishes technology such as, occupants to be mothe healthy environe space for designers.

In 1976, the Pennzoil Place was constructed in downtown Houston and is the most architecturally influential building constructed in the United States during the time frame of 1970-1980. The unusual design and style made Pennzoil Place the home for tall office buildings during the last quarter of the 20th century. In comprises 236 office buildings and occupies a full block on 711 Louisiana Street. The two stories are 495 feet high and up to 1.8 million gross square feet of space. The building is contructed of a welded-steel frame and concrete sheer-wall construction. It is supported on concrete mat foundation that has the thickness of 8 ½ feet. The exterior curtain wall is composed of bronze-anodized aluminum mullions and bronze tinted double paned solar glass. Pennzoil Place was designed Johnson/Burgee Architects of New York for about $50 million.

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FOURTEEN

SUPPLY ARCHIVES OFFICE MANAGER

ADMINISTRATION/EXECUTIVE

GALLERY

LOBBY /RECEPTION LARGE BOARDROOM

SMALL BOARDROOM

ADMIN. SUPPORT

PRODUCTION/OPERATIONS

PARTNER

COPY/BINDING

PARTNER

PARTNER

ANCILLARY DIRECT/MAJOR ADJACENCY CLOSE/MINOR ADJACENCY

FILE ROOM SERVER

PARTNER


NTH FLOOR

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FINISHES

GALLERY VIEW

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FIFTEENT


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OPEN OFFICE VIEW


CODES SUMMARY

APPLICABLE CODES BUILDING CODE: PLUMBING CODE: MECHANICAL CODE: ELECTRICAL CODE: FIRE CODE AND LIFE SAFETY: ENERGY CODE:

2012 IBC 2012 UPC 2012 UMC 2014 NEC 2012 IFC 2015 IECC

USE AND OCCUPANCY 14TH FLOOR: BUISNESS OCCUPANCY 100 GROSS LOAD FACTOR 9,215 SQUARE FOOTAGE 95 OCCUPANTS

15TH FLOOR: BUISNESS OCCUPANCY 100 GROSS LOAD FACTOR 16,064 SQUARE FOOTAGE 177 OCCUPANTS

MEANS OF EGREES: MINIMUM CORRIDOR WIDTH: 44” MAXIMUM ALLOWABLE COMMON PATH OF TRAVEL: 100’ MAXIMUM ALLOWABLE DEAD END CORRIDOR: 50’ EXIT ACCESS TRAVEL DISTANCE TO AN EXIT: 300’ MINIMUM CLEAR OPENING OF EXIT DOORS: 32” DOOR SWINGS SHALL SWING IN THE DIRECTION OF TRAVEL WHEN SERVING AN OCCUPANT LOAD OF 50 OR MORE OCCUPANTS MINIMUM NUMBER OF EXITS: 3 LOCATION OF EXIT 1/2 DIAG0NOL RULE: 270’ LOCATION OF EXIT 1/3 DIAGONOL RULE: 94’ EXIT SIGN SPACING: 100’

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14TH FLOOR L

TAG

WATTS/FIXTURE

QUANTITY

TOTAL WATTS

L-1

24

22

528

Eureka Lighting Flare 350B

L-2

24

39

936

Eureka Lighting RE 3225

L-3

12

66

792

L-4

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120

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L-2

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15TH FLOOR L

TAG

WATTS/FIXTURE

QUANTITY

TOTAL WATTS

L-1

24

22

528

Eureka Lighting Flare 350B

L-2

24

39

936

Eureka Lighting RE 3225

L-3

12

66

792

CREE CR-4 SERIES

L-4

28

6

168

TECHLIGHTING LOCUST

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50

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700

TECHLIGHTING BOREAL

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L-2

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RECEPTION VIEW


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Restaurant PROJECT NAME: Photo phun DESIGN TYPE: Commercial Design PROJECT SIZE: 7,000 YEAR COMPLETED: Junior-Fall Semester PROJECT LENGTH: 16 Weeks PROGRAMS USED:

PROJECT DESCRIPTION: Remodel and design an existing building into a pho restaurant. Create construction documents for the design.

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Kyle and Khoki just recently purchased a building in Madison, Mississippi. The building has phenomal poten new building, Kyle and Khoki want to introduce the metro area to an upcoming phenomenom called “pho�.

prominently in Vietnamese cuisine. Incorporating colors of red, exposing the exisitng brick, and modern fu culture of pho with a modern aspect .

GOALS CULTURE ADAPTIVE APPEALING ORGANIZEF


ntial but will require some rennovations. With the Pho is a broth-based noodle soup that features

urniture will introduce residents of Clinton to the

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SERVICE COUNTER VIEW


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SERVICE COUNTER VIEW


ENLARGEMENT PLAN OF SERVICECOUNTER

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CAFE VIEW


NORTH ELEVATION

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Habitat 4 Humanity PROJECT NAME: Habitat for Humanity DESIGN TYPE: Residential design PROJECT SIZE: 1,194 Sq. foot YEAR COMPLETED: Junior; Fall 2016 PROJECT LENGTH: 6 Weeks PROGRAMS USED:

PROJECT DESCRIPTION: Design a a habitat for humanity house for a client who is interested in universial design and sustainability products.

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HABITAT FOR HUMANITY GOALS SUSTAINABLE UNIVERSAL TECHNOLOGICAL PET-FR IENDLY

UNIVERSAL DESIGN A. No step entry B. 36” door passageway C. Lever door handles on all doors D. Studs behind the walls of the tub for future support to allow installation of grab bars E. Minimum 42” hallway F. Lever controlled faucet G. Front load washer and dryer combo H. Turning space of 5-ft diameter in all rooms I. Power operated overhead door SUSTAINABILITY 1. Dual flush fixtures for toilet 2. Infrared sensor conrol faucets and low flow heads 3. Low VOCs in paint throughout the home 4. Low admitting adhesives 5. Energy star appliances 6. Back-to-back plumbing 7. Recycled wood 8. LED lighting 9. Single story construction


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LIVING ROOM VIEW


MODEL VIEW

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KITCHEN VIEW


KITCHEN DESIGN AND ELEVATIONS

A. THE SUM OF THE WORK TRIANGLE TRAVEL DISTANCE SHOULD NOT TOTAL MORE THAN 26’ WITH NO LEG BEING LESS THAN 4’ AND NO MORE THAN 9’ B. 60” MIN CLEAR FLOOR SPACE C. THE WIDTH OF A WALKWAY SHOULD BE AT LEAST 36” D. IF TRAFFIC PASSES BEHIND A SEATED DINER, ALLOW AT LEAST 44” TO WALK PAST E. ALLOW 15” OF LANDING AREA ON EITHER SIDE OF A SIDE-BY-SIDE REFRIGERATOR F. AT LEAST ONE CORNER CABINET SHOULD INCLUDE A FUNCTIONAL STORAGE DEVICE G. KITCHEN SEATING AREAS SHOULD BE 30”-36” WIDE TO BETTER ACCOMMODATE PEOPLE OF VARIOUS SIZES OR THOSE USING MOBILITY AID

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Showhouse PROJECT NAME: Showhouse DESIGN TYPE: Residential design PROJECT SIZE: N/A YEAR COMPLETED: Senior; Fall 2017 PROJECT LENGTH: 6 Weeks PROJECT DESCRIPTION: Pair up with a classmate and pick two rooms in a current house that is for sale and prepare for a open house event.

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Playhouse PROJECT NAME: Playhouse DESIGN TYPE: Creative design PROJECT SIZE: N/A YEAR COMPLETED: Junior; Fall 2016 PROJECT LENGTH: 4 Weeks PROGRAMS USED:

PROJECT DESCRIPTION: Design a themed playhouse for that will fit the needs and requirements of the client.

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Candy Factory

The Candy Factory is a playhouse created for the Hornes’ three-year old girls, Ebony and Ava. The playhouse is for the twins fourth birthday they want to get in theme of their two favorite things, Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory and candy. Combing the two ideas, I came up with “ Candy Factory Playhouse.” The playhouse will contain a toy chest, a play kitchen and small living room set up. Because of Mr. Horne’s job, the fa tends to move around a lot, so making the playhouse at a maximum of 8’ X 12’ and portable so that it can be moved if necessary. Incorpora a rainbow of different shade hues will make the design colorful and kid friendly. Not only will the playhouse be kid-friendly,but it will be safe for children and the anthropometrics as well. The girls are very active, so safety guidelines will be strictly enforced. No type of ropes will be incor rated, as well as sharp corners. If enclosed windows are added, then they will be plexi glass.


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Hand Renderings

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