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perspective may be right

until I jump through.

- The Window of my

but I will never know


The journey I have been on . . . the distance I am willing to go


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A Place For Escape Boutique Hotel


Setting: Beside the Freedom Center in Cincinnati, OH Relation to concept: The flow of the space corresponds to the movement of the slaves’ path on the Underground Railroad. Project’s purpose: To learn hospitality design

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Somewhere in the Wilderness Residential


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Setting: Mt. Airy, North Carolina Relation to concept: From one end of the house to the other, one is engaged in the sounds of nature. Project’s purpose: To design for a wheelchair bound client


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A Trip to the End Spa

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Setting: Sculpture Hill Park, Cincinnati Relation to concept: Inspired by the concept of death, spa treatments relate to forms of death in order to teach clients the value of life. Project’s purpose: To take a client with an unusual personality from Errol Morris television and design the spa based on this particular person’s personality.

Alive Building Environment

Dead * Given 2nd chance at life


Stabbing: Burning: Poison: Bleeding: Suffication: Drowning: Body Failure: Death/Grave:

Acupuncture & Gold Metal Leaf Wrap Fire Therapy & Hot Stone Therapy Detox Treatment Leech Treatment Air Puff Therapy & Sauna Baths Full Body Massage Mud Bath & Body Peels


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Retail for Monkeys Shoe Storefront


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Setting: Madison, Wisconsin Relation to concept: The storefront uses playful shapes and includes a climbing wall for children and their shoes to be on display. Project’s purpose: To develop a three-dimensional design from a two-dimensional layout.


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Home from the Range HillsideAppartments


Setting: Covington, Kentucky Relation to concept: Traveling across the site, moments happen where residents gather together to build a strong sense of community. Project’s purpose: To solve a complicated site without secluding any resident on the hillside slope.

Straw-Bale Construction

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A Piece of Heaven Furniture Piece


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Relation to concept: Inspired by an angel wing and boat construction, the skin and the skeleton are to be discovered from different viewpoints. Project’s purpose: To design in small-scale detail and to learn the qualities of wood and how to master the woodshop.


Completed Design


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A Display of Time Corporate Office


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Setting: Charleston, South Carolina

M. FIRE STAIR N. PRINT CENTER O. KITCHENETTE P. GOTHIC DISPLAY

Q. TEAM ROOM R. VISITOR & MARKETING S. ART ROOM T. WORK STATIONS

BAMBOO FLOOR CONCRETE FLOOR CONCRETE FLOOR

Relation to concept: The corporate office flows through Charleston’s important historical time periods. By looking to the past, one can understand how to design for the future. Project’s purpose: To learn corporate office design and to learn how to draw construction documents.

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Huddle Spaces


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A Time to Give Habitat for Humanity


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Setting: Dayton, Ohio Project Description: From the foundation wall to the interior furnishings I volunteered my time and effort to constructing a home for a mother and her two kids.


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A Time to Relax Personal Artwork


Artwork: Inspired by people, I enjoy creatively capturing emotion and expression.

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Programs • Efficient in: AutoCAD, Photoshop CS5, Illustrator CS5, InDesign CS5, Sketchup, Microsoft Office Suite • Basic Knowledge in: Revit, Rhinoceros, Visual Professional, Flash CS5, Dreamweaver CS5 Professional Affiliations Helped establish the APX Isidorus Colony, a professional fraternity, on Miami University’s Campus. Was the marketing executive for the International Interior Design Association (IIDA) at Miami University. Design Experience • Student Interior Design Intern - Miami University Planning & Construction, Feb. 2011 - May 2011 Guided customers in selecting materials, created graphic presentations, researched furniture and codes, conducted field measurements, edited floor plans, and created emergency plans for the university buildings. Accomplishments: Improved the Campus Planning Office by catching and correcting details in their outdated floor plans, resulting in better efficiency and reducing rework. • Volunteer Builder - Habitat For Humanity, June 2009 - Aug. 2009 Helped construct a home from breaking ground to finishing touches. Accomplishments: Being a regular volunteer, I helped teach other volunteers how to measure, saw, set and nail the floors, walls, and trusses resulting in their enhanced understanding of construction. • Volunteer Assistant - Chambers Architecture, July 2009 - Aug. 2009 Participated in client meetings, conducted field measurements, and assisted in the scematic design and design development phases on an as needed basis. Accomplishments: Caught potential design problems while talking with client and preformed necessary tasks before asked to do so. • Wedding Banner Designer - July 2010 - Aug. 2010 Performed sales, design and painting of banners to meet client specifications. Accomplishments: Developed a quicker system of communicating, designing, and painting with client. Work Experience - Other Counseled kids with disabilities at Camp Nuhop. Assembled and led a group as Team Captain in the Relay for Life Walk. Rolled sushi at Tonic. Tended and sold greenhouse plants at Garden Emporium. Education Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree in Interior Design - Miami University, Graduate of May 2011 CIDA Accredited Program ranked by Design Intelligence as Top 10 Design School with a competitive portfolio based entry. • Knowledge of sustainable design, SD, DD, & CD residential, commercial, and furniture design, and web design.


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Interior Designer everssa@muohio.edu 567.644.8046

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Stacy Evers Interior Design Portfolio