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B.I.D

INTERIOR DESIGN


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HOSPITALITY DESIGN STREWN WINERY REVITILIZATION NIAGARA-ON-THE-LAKE, ONTARIO

HUMANITARIAN DESIGN SOUTH AFRICAN NEW GENERATION ORPHANAGE KWAZULU-NATAL, SOUTH AFRICA

EXHIBITION DESIGN DREAM HOME SPONSORSHIP EXHIBIT TORONTO, ONTARIO

INSTITUTIONAL DESIGN CENTER FOR COMMUNITY DESIGN COLLABORATION TORONTO, ONTARIO

TABLE OF CONTENTS


B A

C

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RECLAIMED BARN WOOD 10

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D 12 8

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PLUM TEXTILE

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FIRST FLOOR PLAN 1

HONED CONCRETE SLAB

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RECYCLED RUSTED METAL

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ORANGE TEXTILE 22

1 VESTIBULE 2 ENTRY 3 MALE W/C 4 FEMALE W/C 5 COOKING SCHOOL DINING 6 COOKING SCHOOL 7 HISTORY OF STREWN 8 ICE WINE TASTING BAR 9 VINTAGES TASTING BAR 10 RETAIL DISPLAY 11 CASH & WRAP 12 MAIN TASTING BAR 13 OUTDOOR BAR

14 OUTDOOR DINING TERRACE 15 RESTAURANT 16 MEETING ROOM 17 PRIVATE OFFICES 18 OPEN OFFICES 19 STAFF W/C 20 EXECUTIVE LOUNGE 21 BARRIER-FREE W/C 22 EXECUTIVE DEMO & COOKING SCHOOL 23 EXECUTIVE MEDIA THEATRE

SECOND FLOOR PLAN PRE-CAST CONCRETE

STREWN WINERY REVITALIZATION

HOSPITALITY DESIGN


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RETAIL & SPECIAL TASTING


SECTION A

SECTION B

STREWN WINERY REVITALIZATION

HOSPITALITY DESIGN


FRONT ELEVATION

REAR ELEVATION

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FRONT ELEVATION VIEW

MAIN ENTRANCE - EXTERIOR ELEVATION

STREWN WINERY REVITALIZATION

HOSPITALITY DESIGN


SECTION C

SECTION D

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STREWN WINERY REDESIGN

HOSPITALITY DESIGN MAIN ENTRANCE GALLERY


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PLYWOOD

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CONCRETE BLOCK 6

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TEXTILE 1 UNDERGROUND CISTERNS 2 COOKING & PREPERATION AREA 3 EATING & DINING GATHERING AREA 4 GARDEN FOR PLANTING OF VEGETABLES & FRUIT 5 OUTDOOR ACTIVITY ZONE 6 COVERED ACTIVITY AREA

7 TYPICAL CAREGIVERS’ SLEEPING QUARTERS 8 TYPICAL ORPHANS’ SLEEPING QUARTERS 9 ART & MURAL DISPLAY FEATURE WALL 10 CAREGIVERS’ LATRINES 11 GIRLS’ LATRINES 12 BOYS’ LATRINES

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1

PLAN VIEW

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B


SECTION A

SECTION B

2012 IDEC ANNUAL STUDENT COMPETITION REGIONAL

FINALIST

SOUTH AFRICAN NEW GENERATION ORPHANAGE

HUMANITARIAN DESIGN


INTERIOR RENDERING

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EXHIBIT THREE-DIMENSIONAL EXPERIENCE


2012 NATIONAL HOME SHOW COMPETITION

PEOPLE’S CHOICE AWARD

2012 NATIONAL HOME SHOW COMPETITION

WINNER

DREAM HOME SPONSORSHIP EXHIBIT

EXHIBITION DESIGN


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THREE-DIMENSIONAL ELEVATION


FRONT ELEVATION

LONGITUDINAL SECTION

DREAM HOME SPONSORSHIP EXHIBIT

EXHIBITION DESIGN


DREAM HOME SPONSORSHIP EXHIBIT AT NATIONAL HOME SHOW MARCH 16-25, 2012

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DREAM HOME SPONSORSHIP EXHIBIT

EXHIBITION DESIGN


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RUSTIC BRICK 11

10 DOVERCOURT ROAD

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8

UP UP

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POLISHED CONCRETE

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1 3 DUPONT STREET

UP

SIDEWALK

GROUND FLOOR PLAN

CHARCOAL CORK 1 2 3 4 5 6

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STREET ENTRANCE VESTIBULE RECEPTION COMMUNITY GALLERY COLLABORATIVE CAFE DESIGN REFERENCE HUB CAFE PREP KITCHEN

7 PRIVATE SECONDARY ENTRY 8 TECHNOLOGY HUB 9 INNOVATION LAB 10 GENERAL PRINTING LAB 11 MODEL MAKING STUDIO 12 LARGE STORAGE FACILITY


DESIGN C3 encourages collaboration as apart of 13

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UP UP

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its design-based learning experience. While, at the same time, desires to create a successful work environment. In the efforts to create the most effective, user-centred design, the building’s program is divided into public, private and moderately private spaces. Amongst these spaces - the importance to COLLABORATE is underlined by creating areas where collaboration is bound to occur - “COLLABORATIVE HUBS”. In order to create a variety of spatial typologies that suits the users needs and desires - flexibility is this building’s key design function. The integration of flexibility in this facility allows for a variety of activities to take place in the building’s open concept design floor plate. FLEXIBILITY allows this mixed-use design centre the ability to constantly reinvent itself. Spaces can be manipulated and configured to suit the needs of the facilities users.

CAFE TO EVENT VENUE

RECEPTION

MODEL MAKING STUDIO

COLLABORATIVE CAFE

CENTER FOR COMMUNITY DESIGN COLLABORATION

INSTITUTIONAL DESIGN


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LOUNGE SEATING

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CUBIC LOUNGE & DISPLAY PRINTING & STORAGE FLEXIBLE STUDIO KITCHENETTE BUILT-IN STORAGE WASH STATION

FLEXIBLE STUDIO PLAN

STUDIO CONFIGURATION 1

DISPLAY UNIT

STUDIO CONFIGURATION 2 PRESENTATION PODIUM

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OPEN TO BELOW

STUDIO CONFIGURATION 3


FLEXIBLE STUDIO


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CUBIC LOUNGE & DISPLAY


SECTION A

SECTION B

CENTER FOR COMMUNITY DESIGN COLLABORATION

INSTITUTIONAL DESIGN


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FLEXIBLE OFFICES


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A

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ACCENT COLOUR

OPEN TO BELOW

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GUEST WAITING LOUNGE FLEXIBLE GROUP WORK HUB KITCHENETTE MEETING ROOM 1 MEETING ROOM 2 FLEXIBLE OFFICES PRINTING STATION

LEASABLE OFFICES FOR DESIGN PROFESSIONALS

CARPET TILE

OFFICE CONFIGURATION 1

OFFICE CONFIGURATION 2

OFFICE CONFIGURATION 3

EXPOSED STEEL FRAMING

CENTER FOR COMMUNITY DESIGN COLLABORATION

INSTITUTIONAL DESIGN


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DESIGN C3 EVENING STREETSCAPE

Undergrad Interior Design Portfolio  

Featuring selected works from my undergraduate interior design education including my final thesis design proposal.

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