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PORTFOLIO Tatsiana Tapekho


TATSIANA TAPEKHO

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE 09/201901/2020

Wilson Butler Architects | Architectural company | Boston, MA Interior Design Intern

• Assisted in FF&E selection and creation the Control Books for the ship venues. • Assisted in arts selection for the ship venues and creation the final presentations for the clients. • Graphically prepared mosaic and murals designs for the ship venues. 01/201904/2019

DiMella Shaffer | Architectural company | Boston, MA Interior Design Intern

• Prepared material and fabrics selection and presentation boards for various projects. • Assisted in the preparation of presentations including drawings, physical models, and reports. • Revised construction documents for Commercial, Assisted Living and dormitory projects using Revit. 01/2017present

Friendly Care Inc | Homecare agency | Boston, MA Home Health Aid/Certified Nurse Assistance

• Manage schedules and drive clients to doctor’s appointments. • Monitor vitals and note any behavioral changes or new symptoms. • Help clients maintain independent living with personal care assistance. 12/201308/2016

Golden Nugget | Downtown Casino | Las Vegas, NV Professional Card Dealer

• Strong work ethic with ability to stand alert and attentive for long hours in front of guests. • Developed exceptional ability to count chips and money, while multitasking and staying attentive. • Entrusted with large cash balances in drawer and effectively maintained accurate balances. 04/201205/2013

09/200808/2010

Lido de Panteraie | Night club | Italy Hostess

• Greeted and acknowledged guests and seated patrons by escorting them to assigned tables. • Accepted and organized reservations, and prioritized reservations to accommodate customers. • Addressed guest requests or complaints, and directed major complaints to manager.

Yasmeen s.r.o. | Marketing company | Prague, Czech Republic Event Coordinator Planning Assistant

• Planned a trade and fashion shows with around 1000 attendees with a goal to promote a product and services participated companies. • Managed all logistics in preparation for trade and fashion shows including shipments of presentation boards, banner displays, literature stands and presentation equipment to show site. • Ensured that adequate staff is available for the event.

tatsianata@gmail.com 702-202-7126

CORE SKILLS • • • • •

Space planning Understanding of construction documentation Hand drawing Model making Languages: English (fluent) Czech (fluent) Russian (fluent)

TECHNICAL SKILLS • • • • • • • •

AutoCad SketchUp Podium Revit Enscape Adobe Photoshop Adobe InDesign Adobe Illustrator

EDUCATION Wentworth Institute of Technology Boston, MA Bachelor of Science, Interior Design Expected August 2020 GPA: 3.6 College of Southern Nevada Las Vegas, NV Associate of Applied Science, Architectural Design Technology — Interior Design 2014–2016 Czech Management Institute Prague, Czech Republic Business Economics

2008-2011

ACHIEVEMENTS 1st place winner - Armstrong design ceiling competition 1st place winner - IDCD2019 sponsored by IIDA New England Finalist - PAVE gogo retail design experience competition Finalist - New England Design Showdown 2018


Office

Office space for sport company

Apartment

Living space for Korean couple

Antique shop Work and living space

Kaiseki

Japanese restaurant

Felttubes

Armstrong competition


OFFICE

diagrams

Office space for motorbike company Motorbike company FutureRide design and manufacture clothes and motorbikes, that fused driver and machine in one functioning unit, using virtual reality software. The concept of this project is a fantastical childhood dream of having the garage that has a hidden room with all kinds of technologically advanced gears. The garage area is a heart of the office - warm and welcoming space with natural finishes, rough textures and dimmed light; open to the public and clients. The futuristic area is a workspace - energetic and vivid with smooth lines and organic shapes inspired by the movie Tron. The space incorporate the retail space that is located next to development and engineering offices which allows the potential buyer directly participate in creation of motorbikes and clothes through seeing how the product gets developed and interaction with employees. Thus building the trust and personal connection to the product and supporting emotional experience.

PARTI FLOOR DIAGRAM

EMOTIONAL DIAGRAM

FUTURISTIC GARAGE BOTH

SOCIAL

ACTIVE

COMFORT

PRODUCTIVE

RELAX

OPEN

SUPPORT

ENERGETIC

COLLABORATE CONCENTRATE PRIVATE

Coffee Bar

IT

Library/ New Employee Training Center

Kitchen

IT

Customer Experience

Marketing

Kitchen/ Table Games

Product Design

Product Design

Engineering

Product Development

Main Lobby

HR

Data Reasearch Analytics Gym

FIRST FLOOR

Product Development

Retail Shop

Test/Presentation Area

SECOND FLOOR

Engineering


Sliding doors and openings between the garage space and futuristic area

RCP first floor

first floor plan


long section cut

RCP second floor

second floor plan


kitchen elevation

COFFEE BAR

staircase section

perforated metal ceiling

COFFEE BAR AREA

LIBRARY/NEW EMPLOYEE TRAINING CENTER

K-13 ceiling finish

semi-gloss paint metal veneers

ceramic tile

reclaimed wood

metal mesh

painted brick veneers

vinyl flooring


PRESENTATION AREA/TEST/RETAIL SPACE

garage furniture

CORRIDOR

Plastic pallets with LED tape can be reused as product display. Stackable chairs will be used during presentations in the test and retail area and later will be stored in the adjacent storage space.


futuristic furniture

BREAK AREA WITH TRANSPARENT MONITOR

finishes

carpet OFFICE AREA

white epoxy resin flooring


inspiration for the pendant light fixture

OFFICE AREA

office section HUDDLE ROOM WITH INTERACTIVE TOUCH SCREEN DISPLAY


APARTMENT

sketches

diagrams

Living space for Korean couple The concept of this project is Seoul Spring, which is based on the idea of cohesion of energy and movement of the city Seoul and freshness and softness of the season Spring. Space will be balanced by the rule of 80/20, which means that 80 percent of the space will be designed by adding and subtracting the design elements such as mass, form, and lines, that have been inspired by the infrastructure of the city. Metal, stone, glass and black wood will be used as materials to create the mill work and fireplace. Another 20 percent of the space will be designed with the help of texture, color, and light, that has been inspired by spring colors and elements such as the water drops; they will help to create the focal points and will add the depth into space.

“Hanok� - old korean house

parti


3

3

GUEST BATHROOM

TEA ROOM CLOSET

LIVING AREA

GUEST BEDROOM

WINE STORAGE AREA

KITCHEN

PUBLIC FOYER POWDER ROOM

DINING AREA

UTILITY ROOM BAR

BUSINESS AREA

DM

WM

LAUNDRY ROOM

1

1 OFFICE PRIVATE FOYER

MASTER BATHROOM

MASTER BEDROOM

2

2

floor plan

3

section

ceiling plan

2

section

1

section


light fixtures

elevations

living and dining area west elevation

bathroom east elevation

master bedroom west elevation

bar elevation

bathroom north elevation

master bedroom south elevation

kitchen elevation


furniture

DINING AREA AND LIVING AREA

KITCHEN


finishes

polished metal

ceramic tile

wallcovering

wallcovering BAR AND BUSINESS AREA

stabilized aluminum

aluminium mosaic tile

onyx

wood veneers

paint pink blush

aluminum mosaic tile BAR


ANTIQUE SHOP Work and living space

This project was a competition called the Design Showdown. My client was Michelle, a 30-year-old single woman who just recently moved to Boston from Florida. Michelle wants to open a small antique shop in the center of Boston where she can sell her rare collection. Michelle would like to have a bright, vibrant, open space with a lot of light and natural finishes. However, because of her antique furniture in the apartment and antique products in her shop, space may look dusty and old, which she would like to avoid. Considering that, I have developed the design solution for her which is to create an open contemporary-modern space with a lot of light and natural finishes that will contrast with the antiques, thereby emphasizing them. In addition, the colorful furniture and patterns of the antique products will bring vibrancy and movement to space.

master bedroom studio

guest bedroom

second floor

RCP second floor

library kitchen

first floor

RCP first floor

living room antique shop


For the display, I combined two types of shelving. One type is made with the idea that some of the exposed beams on the ceiling will continue onto the wall, creating a grid with the texture at the top of the wall and the shelves as the beams go down. The shelves are following the idea of movement throughout the spaces, connecting them. Another type of shelves is made by carving into a thick wall and putting LED tape inside the openings. This thick wall also works as a sound insulator.

east long section

west long section

DINING AREA

LIBRARY


finishes

furniture

perforated aluminum

walnut LIVING AREA

oak

ceramic

porcelain STAIRCASE GARDEN


KAISEKI

space keys: 1 Private dining

Japanese restaurant This project was about creating a restaurant. I decided to design a Japanese restaurant, and my cuisine was Kaiseki. Kaiseki is not only just experience of multi-course dining, the freshness of the ingredients, and purity of flavors, but also, it is a big part of Japanese history, culture, and traditions. The concept is to create a space where people can experience Japanese cuisine and culture. Space is divided into four different areas to show how Kaiseki has been involving as a dining experience throughout history. It started as a simple meal for monks and ended up as a fine dinner for royalties. Space organization, finishes, textures, sound insulation, and traditional Japanese elements will help to differentiate the areas. Connection to nature is done throughout the entire space.

area

1

second floor

2 Dining area

“Tea ceremony”

3 Dining area “Garden”

4 Bar 3 2 4

first floor


rendered section

DINING AREA “ GARDEN”

walnut

BAR

painted walnut

oak

semi precious blue agate stone

marble

PRIVATE DINING AREA

slate

beige paint


decorative inspiration elements

DINING AREA “TEA CEREMONY”

DINING AREA “ TEA CEREMONY”


FELT TUBES

Armstrong competition Biophilic acoustical solution that was inspired by coral reefs that “will grow onto the ceiling”.

D 1’8” x H 1’6”

D 1’8” x H 1’

D 1’ x H 9”

D 3” x H 8”

D 6” x H 3” D 1’4” x H 1’


DAY VIEW

Felt tubes can be replaced with acrylic tubes + light fixtures

EVENING VIEW


MODULE

CLIP

Removable pin (can be used with acrylic tubes)

Module can be easily customized by adding or removing tubes using the clip


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