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SCHOOL OF VISUAL ARTS BFA PROGRAM 2014 INTERIOR DESIGN


SCHOOL OF VISUAL ARTS BFA PROGRAM 2014 INTERIOR DESIGN


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INTRODUCTION FROM THE DEPARTMENT CHAIR 6


JANE SMITH, AIA, IIDA, ASID has chaired the Interior Design Department since 2006. She is the founding partner of Spacesmith LLP, an architecture, interior design and planning firm.

In this portfolio we celebrate the work of the students of SVAID, School of Visual Arts Interior Design. This year we present fourty-four distinctive projects that demonstrate the range of our students’ talent and creativity. ■ Our students are fearless and relentless. They find inspiration all around them: in the vitality and diversity of New York City, in conversations with faculty members and classmates, and by combing showrooms, museums, libraries and the Internet. After gathering ideas and materials, they spend countless hours synthesizing in order to produce solid solutions for a variety of projects. Their work is fresh, innovative and often brilliant. ■ The quality of work produced at SVAID is also acknowledged in the industry. In 2013, SVAID was recognized by Design Intelligence as one of the top five schools in the US in two categories: overall design, and sustainable design practices and principles. ■ Fourthyear students at SVAID self-select their own thesis projects. Our esteemed thesis jurors were impressed by the sophistication of the projects realized by the class of 2013. Although every project included in this portfolio has its strengths, three students received special recognition from the department.

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Senior thesis advisors Neville Lewis and Anthony Lee gave the Best Thesis Award to Derek Sunghoon Lee for his Driverless Car Showroom, and Outstanding Thesis Awards to Cynthia Marren for her Atlantic City Casino, and to Hyobeen Bennie Park for her project Connexion: The Fantasy World, an entertainment complex for adults. ■ To provide insight into the breadth of the SVAID program, we have chosen to feature not only work by our thesis students but also exemplary work prepared by first-, second- and third-year students. ■ Third-year Rachel Lee won the prestigious 2013 IIDA Student Design Award for her work on The American Dance Festival Theater (pages 49-50), a living and breathing space that takes inspiration from the movement of the body. Says Rachel of her design: All the curved structures in this theater suggest the motions of “in and out.” In the seating area, the design reminds viewers to “breath out,” as they will be concentrating intensely while watching performances. On the rooftop, different colors of light create a flowing pattern while plants provide oxygen and a fresh atmosphere, evoking the idea of “breathing in.” ■ Second-year Daniel Chilcote received a scholarship from The Hospitality Industry Network for the office space that he created for design firm MBDC. His renovated, holistic space plan is inspired by the way that nutrients are reused in nature. See pages 79-80 for more on his project. ■ Each year SVAID hosts two special events: the Department Exhibition and the Senior Thesis Show. This year the Department Exhibition, entitled “SVAID Selects,” included drawings, models and prototypes from students of all years.

■ The students included were: Amanda Bacha | Carly Casserly | Daniel Chilcote | Shannon Dyson | Amanda Gardner | Angela Hernandez | Leah Younjin Jang | Vanessa Lacayo | Katherine Lee | Yuying J. Lee | Francisco Marques | Cynthia Marren | Erica Norton | Heejoo Park | Kwangsung Park | Dina Reziapova | Courtney Ross | Alexandra Seager | Ting Yu Tsai | Maria Van Der Gaag | Ying-Chih Jessie Wang | Vivien Wang | Wen-So Yang | Sayaka Yoshida. ■ For the Senior Thesis Show, banners for the finished projects were proudly displayed at the Art Director’s Club and included: Liminality Retreat: Health and Wellness Spa by Carlo Chiulli | Hartford Youth Center by Stephanie Flores | Woolworth Health Club by Jake Fricke | The New York Theater Workshop by Nicolette Lagomarsini | Kunsthalle NYC by Christine Lee | Youth Art Creativity Center by Katherine Lee| The Dream Division: Driverless Car Showroom by Derek Sunghoon Lee | DUMBO Funeral Home by Eva Liao | Downtown Manhattan Heliport Lounge by Karina Lysenko | Atlantic City Casino by Cynthia Marren| Connexion: The Fantasy World by Hyobeen Bennie Park | Children’s Rehabilitation Center by Elma Rama| Oasis: Restaurant, Bar, Lounge by Eilla Shlanger | Library and Museum of Roosevelt Island by Ying-Chih Jessie Wang ■ You can check our Facebook page (facebook.com/SVA.InteriorDesign) to see all of the exciting work and developments at SVAID. ■ And now it gives me great pleasure to present the SVAID Portfolio for 2013. Jane Smith, AIA, IIDA, ASID 9


“SVAID taught me to push myself creatively and conceptually. The internship I obtained through the department presented me with many opportunities to network with top design and architecture firms throughout New York City.� DARLENE MILLER, CLASS OF 2014

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CLIMBING FIGURES When they are not being used to display artwork, the vertical walls become blank canvases for the students to draw or write on. Supergraphics depicting the activities within the rooms span across the walls in the main areas. (Stephanie Flores, ’14)

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COUNTRY STATION When they are not being used to display artwork, the vertical walls become blank canvases for the students to draw or write on. Supergraphics depicting the activities within the rooms span across the walls in the main areas. (Stephanie Flores, ’14)

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CLIMBING FIGURES When they are not being used to display artwork, the vertical walls become blank canvases for the students to draw or write on. Supergraphics depicting the activities within the rooms span across the walls in the main areas. (Stephanie Flores, ’14)

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TOWER BRIDGE When they are not being used to showcase artwork, the vertical walls become blank canvases for the students to draw or write on. Supergraphics depicting the activities within the rooms span across the horizontal walls in the main areas. Being used to showcase artwork, the vertical walls become blank canvases for the students to draw or write on. Supergraphics depicting the activities within the rooms span across the horizontal walls.

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COUNTRY STATION When they are not being used to display artwork, the vertical walls become blank canvases for the students to draw or write on. Supergraphics depicting the activities within the rooms span across the walls in the main areas. (Stephanie Flores, ’14) 17


GREEN OVERLOOK When they are not being used to display artwork, the vertical walls become blank canvases for the students to draw or write on. Supergraphics depicting the activities within the rooms span across the walls in the main areas. (Stephanie Flores, ’14)

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CLIMBING FIGURES When they are not being used to display artwork, the vertical walls become blank canvases for the students to draw or write on. Supergraphics depicting the activities within the rooms span across the walls in the main areas. (Stephanie Flores, ’14)

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KIT OF PARTS When they are not being used to display artwork, the vertical walls become blank canvases for the students to draw or write on. Supergraphics depicting the activities within the rooms span across the walls in the main areas. (Stephanie Flores, ’14) 20


GUITAR GUTS When they are not being used to display artwork, the vertical walls become blank canvases for the students to draw or write on. Supergraphics depicting the activities within the rooms span across the walls in the main areas. (Stephanie Flores, ’14)

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EAST RIVER AQUARIUM When they are not being used to showcase artwork, the vertical walls become blank canvases for the students to draw or write on. Supergraphics depicting the activities within the rooms span across the horizontal walls in the main areas. When they are not

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being used to showcase artwork, the vertical walls become blank canvases for the students to draw or write on. Supergraphics depicting the activities within the rooms span across the horizontal walls in the main areas. (Stephanie Flores, ’14)


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“SVAID has opened my eyes to unlimited opportunities. I now understand the influence design has on all levels, from global progress down to the psychology of a personal experience.� ALEXANDRA SEAGER, CLASS OF 2014

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TWIZZLE-CHAIR When they are not being used to display artwork, the vertical walls become blank canvases for the students to draw or write on. Supergraphics depicting the activities within the rooms span across the walls in the main areas. (Stephanie Flores, ’14)

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LOOPED ENTRY When they are not being used to display artwork, the vertical walls become blank canvases for the students to draw or write on. Supergraphics depicting the activities within the rooms span across the walls in the main areas. (Stephanie Flores, ’14)

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TOWER OF BABEL When they are not being used to showcase artwork, the vertical walls become blank canvases for the students to draw or write on. Supergraphics depicting the activities within the rooms span across the horizontal walls in the main areas. Being used to showcase artwork, the vertical walls become blank canvases for the students to draw or write on. Supergraphics depicting the activities within the rooms span across the horizontal walls in the main areas

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DINING COMMONS When they are not being used to display artwork, the vertical walls become blank canvases for the students to draw or write on. Supergraphics depicting the activities within the rooms span across the walls in the main areas. (Stephanie Flores, ’14)

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THAT’S HOW IT CRUMBLES When they are not being used to display artwork, the vertical walls become blank canvases for the students to draw or write on. Supergraphics depicting the activities within the rooms span across the walls in the main areas. (Stephanie Flores, ’14)

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UP IN SMOKE When they are not being used to showcase artwork, the vertical walls become blank canvases for the students to draw or write on. Supergraphics depicting the activities within the rooms span across the horizontal walls in the main areas. Being used to showcase artwork, the vertical walls become blank canvases for the students to draw or write on. (Stephanie Flores, ’14) SOHO MUSEUM When they are not being used to showcase artwork, the vertical walls become blank canvases for the students to draw or write on. Supergraphics depicting the activities within the rooms span across the horizontal walls in the main areas. Being used to showcase artwork, the vertical walls become blank canvases for the students to draw or write on. (Stephanie Flores, ’14)

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CLIMBING FIGURES When they are not being used to display artwork, the vertical walls become blank canvases for the students to draw or write on. Supergraphics depicting the activities within the rooms span across the walls in the main areas. (Stephanie Flores, ’14)

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CLIMBING FIGURES When they are not being used to display artwork, the vertical walls become blank canvases for the students to draw or write on. Supergraphics depicting the activities within the rooms span across the walls in the main areas. (Stephanie Flores, ’14)

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OVERLOOK When they are not being used to display artwork, the vertical walls become blank canvases for the students to draw or write on. Supergraphics depicting the activities within the rooms span across the walls in the main areas. (Stephanie Flores, ’14) CROSS-REFERENCE When they are not being used to display artwork, the vertical walls become blank canvases for the students to draw or write on. Supergraphics depicting the activities within the rooms span across the walls in the main areas. (Stephanie Flores, ’14)

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EAST RIVER AQUARIUM When they are not being used to showcase artwork, the vertical walls become blank canvases for the students to draw or write on. Supergraphics depicting the activities within the rooms span across the horizontal walls in the main areas. When they are not

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being used to showcase artwork, the vertical walls become blank canvases for the students to draw or write on. Supergraphics depicting the activities within the rooms span across the horizontal walls in the main areas. (Stephanie Flores, ’14)


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ZEN SPA When they are not being used to display artwork, the vertical walls become blank canvases for the students to draw or write on. Supergraphics depicting the activities within the rooms span across the walls in the main areas. When they are not being used to display artwork, the vertical walls become blank canvases for the students to draw or write on. Supergraphics depicting the activities within the rooms span across the walls in the main areas. (Stephanie Flores, ’14)

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VERTICAL CIRCULATION When they are not being used to display artwork, the vertical walls become blank canvases for the students to draw or write on. Supergraphics depicting the activities within the rooms span across the walls in the main areas. (Stephanie Flores, ’14)

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SOHO CLUB When they are not being used to display artwork, the vertical walls become blank canvases for the students to draw or write on. Supergraphics depicting the activities within the rooms span across the walls in the main areas. (Stephanie Flores, ’14)

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“SVAID taught me to push myself creatively and conceptually.” DARLENE MILLER, CLASS OF 2014

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EAST RIVER AQUARIUM When they are not being used to showcase artwork, the vertical walls become blank canvases for the students to draw or write on. Supergraphics depicting the activities within the rooms span across the horizontal walls in the main areas. (Stephanie Flores, ’14)

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FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT LIBRARY When they are not being used to showcase artwork, the vertical walls become blank canvases for the students to draw or write on. Supergraphics depicting the activities within the rooms span across the horizontal walls in the main areas. (Stephanie Flores, ’14)


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ON THE BOARDWALK When they are not being used to display artwork, the vertical walls become blank canvases for the students to draw or write on. Supergraphics depicting the activities within the rooms span across the walls in the main areas. (Stephanie Flores, ’14)

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CLIMBING FIGURES When they are not being used to display artwork, the vertical walls become blank canvases for the students to draw or write on. Supergraphics depicting the activities within the rooms span across the walls in the main areas. (Stephanie Flores, ’14)

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VERTICAL CIRCULATION When they are not being used to display artwork, the vertical walls become blank canvases for the students to draw or write on. Supergraphics depicting the activities within the rooms span across the walls in the main areas. (Stephanie Flores, ’14)

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“Interior design to me is the ability to enhance the well-being of others by sculpting space to be aesthetically pleasing and, more importantly, efficient and effective.� DARLENE MILLER, CLASS OF 2014

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SKETCHING When they are not being used to display artwork, the vertical walls become blank canvases for the students to draw or write on. Supergraphics depicting the activities within the rooms span across the walls in the main areas. (Stephanie Flores, ’14)

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ADJACENCY DIAGRAMS When they are not being used to display artwork, the vertical walls become blank canvases for the students to draw or write on. Supergraphics depicting the activities within the rooms span across the walls in the main areas. (Stephanie Flores, ’14) 57


FABRIC + COLOR When they are not being used to showcase artwork, the vertical walls become blank canvases for the students to draw or write on. Supergraphics depicting the activities within the rooms span across the horizontal walls in the main areas. (Stephanie Flores, ’14) 58

FIGURE GROUND STUDIES When they are not being used to showcase artwork, the vertical walls become blank canvases for the students to draw or write on. Supergraphics depicting the activities within the rooms span across the horizontal walls in the main areas. (Stephanie Flores, ’14)


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EAST RIVER AQUARIUM When they are not being used to showcase artwork, the vertical walls become blank canvases for the students to draw or write on. Supergraphics depicting the activities within the rooms span across the horizontal walls in the main areas. When they are not

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being used to showcase artwork, the vertical walls become blank canvases for the students to draw or write on. Supergraphics depicting the activities within the rooms span across the horizontal walls in the main areas. (Stephanie Flores, ’14)


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STRIATED LIGHTING When they are not being used to display artwork, the vertical walls become blank canvases for the students to draw or write on. Supergraphics depicting the activities within the rooms span across the walls in the main areas. (Stephanie Flores, ’14)

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RAMPED ENTRY When they are not being used to display artwork, the vertical walls become blank canvases for the students to draw or write on. Supergraphics depicting the activities within the rooms span across the walls in the main areas. (Stephanie Flores, ’14)

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LOOPED ENTRY When they are not being used to display artwork, the vertical walls become blank canvases for the students to draw or write on. Supergraphics depicting the activities within the rooms span across the walls in the main areas. (Stephanie Flores, ’14)

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DETAIL + CRAFT When they are not being used to display artwork, the vertical walls become blank canvases for the students to draw or write on. Supergraphics depicting the activities within the rooms span across the walls in the main areas. (Stephanie Flores, ’14)

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SOHO LOFT When they are not being used to display artwork, the vertical walls become blank canvases for the students to draw or write on. Supergraphics depicting the activities within the rooms span across the walls in the main areas. (Stephanie Flores, ’14)

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LOOPED ENTRY When they are not being used to display artwork, the vertical walls become blank canvases for the students to draw or write on. Supergraphics depicting the activities within the rooms span across the walls in the main areas. (Stephanie Flores, ’14)

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BEADED CONSTRUCTION When they are not being used to showcase artwork, the vertical walls become blank canvases for the students to draw or write on. Supergraphics depicting the activities within the rooms span across the horizontal walls in the main areas. When they are not

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being used to showcase artwork, the vertical walls become blank canvases for the students to draw or write on. Supergraphics depicting the activities within the rooms span across the horizontal walls in the main areas. (Stephanie Flores, ’14)


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SENIOR EXHIBITION 2014 When they are not being used to showcase artwork, the vertical walls become blank canvases for the students to draw or write on. Supergraphics depicting the activities within the rooms span across the horizontal walls in the main areas. When they are not

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being used to showcase artwork, the vertical walls become blank canvases for the students to draw or write on. Supergraphics depicting the activities within the rooms span across the horizontal walls in the main areas. (Stephanie Flores, ’14)


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EXHIBIT INSTALLATION When they are not being used to display artwork, the vertical walls become blank canvases for the students to draw or write on. Supergraphics depicting the activities within the rooms span across the walls in the main areas.

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PERFORMANCE VENUE When they are not being used to display artwork, the vertical walls become blank canvases for the students to draw or write on. Supergraphics depicting the activities within the rooms span across the walls in the main areas. (Stephanie Flores, ’14)

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COLOR VARIATIONS When they are not being used to showcase artwork, the vertical walls become blank canvases for the students to draw or write on. Supergraphics depicting the activities within the rooms span across the horizontal walls in the main areas. When they are not

being used to showcase artwork, the vertical walls become blank canvases for the students to draw or write on. Supergraphics depicting the activities within the rooms span across the horizontal walls in the main areas. (Stephanie Flores, ’14)

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EAST RIVER AQUARIUM When they are not being used to showcase artwork, the vertical walls become blank canvases for the students to draw or write on. Supergraphics depicting the activities within the rooms span across the horizontal walls in the main areas. When they are not

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being used to showcase artwork, the vertical walls become blank canvases for the students to draw or write on. Supergraphics depicting the activities within the rooms span across the horizontal walls in the main areas. (Stephanie Flores, ’14)


CAVERN ENTRY When they are not being used to display artwork, the vertical walls become blank canvases for the students to draw or write on. Supergraphics depicting the activities within the rooms span across the walls in the main areas. (Stephanie Flores, ’14)

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DESIGN PROCESS When they are not being used to display artwork, the vertical walls become blank canvases for the students to draw or write on. Supergraphics depicting the activities within the rooms span across the walls in the main areas. (Stephanie Flores, ’14)

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COLUMN FREE PLAN When they are not being used to showcase artwork, the vertical walls become blank canvases for the students to draw or write on. Supergraphics depicting the activities within the rooms span across the horizontal walls in the main areas. (Stephanie Flores, ’14)

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PLUMBING AS LIGHTING When they are not being used to showcase artwork, the vertical walls become blank canvases for the students to draw or write on. Supergraphics depicting the activities within the rooms span across the horizontal walls in the main areas. (Stephanie Flores, ’14)


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LIGHTING DETAILS I When they are not being used to showcase artwork, the vertical walls become blank canvases for the students to draw or write on. Supergraphics depicting the activities within the rooms span across the horizontal walls. .(Stephanie Flores, ’14)

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LIGHTING DETAILS II Being used to showcase artwork, the vertical walls become blank canvases for the students to draw or write on. Supergraphics depicting the activities within the rooms span across the horizontal walls in the main areas. (Stephanie Flores, ’14)


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WHAT’S INSIDE ­— EXHIBIT 2014 When they are not being used to display artwork, the vertical walls become blank canvases for the students to draw or write on. Supergraphics depicting the activities within the rooms span across the walls in the main areas. When they are not being used to display artwork, the vertical walls become blank canvases for the students to draw or write on. Supergraphics depicting the activities within the rooms span across the walls in the main areas.

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NYC GUEST CRITICS When they are not being used to showcase artwork, the vertical walls become blank canvases for the students to draw or write on. Supergraphics depicting the activities within the rooms span across the horizontal walls in the main areas. When they are not

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being used to showcase artwork, the vertical walls become blank canvases for the students to draw or write on. Supergraphics depicting the activities within the rooms span across the horizontal walls in the main areas. (Stephanie Flores, ’14)


“SVAID taught me to push myself creatively and conceptually.” DARLENE MILLER, CLASS OF 2014

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ZEN GARDEB When they are not being used to showcase artwork, the vertical walls become blank canvases for the students to draw or write on. Supergraphics depicting the activities within the rooms span across the horizontal walls. .(Stephanie Flores, ’14)

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SHIPPING CONTAINER HOUSE When they are not being used to showcase artwork, the vertical walls become blank canvases for the students to draw or write on. Supergraphics depicting the activities within the rooms span across the horizontal walls. .(Stephanie Flores, ’14)


SKYLIGHT DETAIL When they are not being used to showcase artwork, the vertical walls become blank canvases for the students to draw or write on. Supergraphics depicting the activities within the rooms span across the horizontal walls. .(Stephanie Flores, ’14)

SOHO GALLERY When they are not being used to showcase artwork, the vertical walls become blank canvases for the students to draw or write on. Supergraphics depicting the activities within the rooms span across the horizontal walls. .(Stephanie Flores, ’14)

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URBAN TREEHOUSE When they are not being used to showcase artwork, the vertical walls become blank canvases for the students to draw or write on. Supergraphics depicting the activities within the rooms span across the horizontal walls in the main areas. Being used to showcase artwork, the vertical walls become blank canvases for the students to draw or write on. (Stephanie Flores, ’14) GREEN DESIGN When they are not being used to showcase artwork, the vertical walls become blank canvases for the students to draw or write on. Supergraphics depicting the activities within the rooms span across the horizontal walls in the main areas. Being used to showcase artwork, the vertical walls become blank canvases for the students to draw or write on. (Stephanie Flores, ’14)

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LEGO CONSTRUCTION When they are not being used to showcase artwork, the vertical walls become blank canvases for the students to draw or write on. Supergraphics depicting the activities within the rooms span across the horizontal walls. .(Stephanie Flores, ’14)

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OSLO LOFT Being used to showcase artwork, the vertical walls become blank canvases for the students to draw or write on. Supergraphics depicting the activities within the rooms span across the horizontal walls in the main areas. (Stephanie Flores, ’14)


LEGO CONSTRUCTION When they are not being used to showcase artwork, the vertical walls become blank canvases for the students to draw or write on. Supergraphics depicting the activities within the rooms span across the horizontal walls. .(Stephanie Flores, ’14)

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PRECISION + DEDICATION When they are not being used to display artwork, the vertical walls become blank canvases for the students to draw or write on. Supergraphics depicting the activities within the rooms span across the walls in the main areas.

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NYC CONNECTS APP When they are not being used to showcase artwork, the vertical walls become blank canvases for the students to draw or write on. Supergraphics depicting the activities within the rooms span across the horizontal walls in the main areas. Being used to showcase artwork, the vertical walls become blank canvases for the students to draw or write on. Supergraphics depicting the activities within the rooms span across the horizontal walls. (Stephanie Flores, ’14)

SPECTRAL STUDIES When they are not being used to showcase artwork, the vertical walls become blank canvases for the students to draw or write on. Supergraphics depicting the activities within the rooms span across the horizontal walls in the main areas. Being used to showcase artwork, the vertical walls become blank canvases. (Stephanie Flores, ’14)

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BUILDING A CHAIR When they are not being used to showcase artwork, the vertical walls become blank canvases for the students to draw or write on. Supergraphics depicting the activities within the rooms span across the horizontal walls in the main areas. Being used to showcase artwork, the vertical walls become blank canvases for the students to draw or write on. Supergraphics depicting the activities within the rooms span across the walls. Being used to showcase artwork, the vertical walls become blank canvases for the students to draw or write on. (Stephanie Flores, ’14)

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PRECISION + DEDICATION When they are not being used to display artwork, the vertical walls become blank canvases for the students to draw or write on. Supergraphics depicting the activities within the rooms span across the walls in the main areas.


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PRIVATE + PUBLIC SPACE When they are not being used to showcase artwork, the vertical walls become blank canvases for the students to draw or write on. Supergraphics depicting the activities within the rooms span across the horizontal walls in the main areas. When they are not

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being used to showcase artwork, the vertical walls become blank canvases for the students to draw or write on. Supergraphics depicting the activities within the rooms span across the horizontal walls in the main areas. (Stephanie Flores, ’14)


URBAN LIBRARY When they are not being used to showcase artwork, the vertical walls become blank canvases for the students to draw or write on. Supergraphics depicting the activities within the rooms span across the horizontal walls in the main areas. Being used to showcase artwork, the vertical walls become blank canvases for the students to draw or write on. Supergraphics depicting the activities within the rooms span across the walls. Being used to showcase artwork, the vertical walls become blank canvases for the students to draw or write on. (Stephanie Flores, ’14)

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DIAGONAL PLAN When they are not being used to showcase artwork, the vertical walls become blank canvases for the students to draw or write on. Supergraphics depicting the activities within the rooms span across the horizontal walls.(Stephanie Flores, ’14) SUSTAINABLE MUSEUM being used to showcase artwork, the vertical walls become blank canvases for the students to draw or write on. Supergraphics depicting the activities within the rooms span across the horizontal walls in the main areas. (Stephanie Flores, ’14)

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“SVAID taught me to push myself creatively and conceptually.” DARLENE MILLER, CLASS OF 2014

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PRIVATE + PUBLIC SPACE When they are not being used to showcase artwork, the vertical walls become blank canvases for the students to draw or write on. Supergraphics depicting the activities within the rooms span across the horizontal walls in the main areas. When they are not

being used to showcase artwork, the vertical walls become blank canvases for the students to draw or write on. Supergraphics depicting the activities within the rooms span across the horizontal walls in the main areas. (Stephanie Flores, ’14)

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PRIVATE + PUBLIC SPACE When they are not being used to showcase artwork, the vertical walls become blank canvases for the students to draw or write on. Supergraphics depicting the activities within the rooms span across the horizontal walls in the main areas. When they are not

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being used to showcase artwork, the vertical walls become blank canvases for the students to draw or write on. Supergraphics depicting the activities within the rooms span across the horizontal walls in the main areas. (Stephanie Flores, ’14)


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FLOW DIAGRAMS When they are not being used to showcase artwork, the vertical walls become blank canvases for the students to draw or write on. Supergraphics depicting the activities within the rooms span across the horizontal walls in the main areas. When they are not

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being used to showcase artwork, the vertical walls become blank canvases for the students to draw or write on. Supergraphics depicting the activities within the rooms span across the horizontal walls in the main areas. (Stephanie Flores, ’14)


BRIDGING THE GLOBE When they are not being used to showcase artwork, the vertical walls become blank canvases for the students to draw or write on. Supergraphics depicting the activities within the rooms span across the horizontal walls in the main areas. Being used to showcase artwork, the vertical walls become blank canvases. (Stephanie Flores, ’14)

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RESIDENTIAL STUDIES When they are not being used to showcase artwork, the vertical walls become blank canvases for the students to draw or write on. Supergraphics depicting the activities within the rooms span across the horizontal walls in the main areas. When they are not

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being used to showcase artwork, the vertical walls become blank canvases for the students to draw or write on. Supergraphics depicting the activities within the rooms span across the horizontal walls in the main areas. (Stephanie Flores, ’14)


RAMPED EXIT When they are not being used to display artwork, the vertical walls become blank canvases for the students to draw or write on. Supergraphics depicting the activities within the rooms span across the walls in the main areas. (Stephanie Flores, ’14)

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“Interior design to me is the ability to enhance the wellbeing of others by sculpting space to be aesthetically pleasing and, more importantly, efficient and effective.” DANIEL CHILCOTE, CLASS OF 2015

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PRIVATE + PUBLIC SPACE When they are not being used to showcase artwork, the vertical walls become blank canvases for the students to draw or write on. Supergraphics depicting the activities within the rooms span across the horizontal walls in the main areas. When they are not

being used to showcase artwork, the vertical walls become blank canvases for the students to draw or write on. Supergraphics depicting the activities within the rooms span across the horizontal walls in the main areas. (Stephanie Flores, ’14)

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HABITAT FOR HUMANITY I When they are not being used to display artwork, the vertical walls become blank canvases for the students to draw or write on. Supergraphics depicting the activities within the rooms span across the walls in the main areas. (Stephanie Flores, ’14)

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HABITAT FOR HUMANITY II When they are not being used to showcase artwork, the vertical walls become blank canvases for the students to draw or write on. Supergraphics depicting the activities within the rooms span across the horizontal walls in the main areas. When they are not

being used to showcase artwork, the vertical walls become blank canvases for the students to draw or write on. Supergraphics depicting the activities within the rooms span across the horizontal walls in the main areas. (Stephanie Flores, ’14)

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DRAWING A CHAIR When they are not being used to showcase artwork, the vertical walls become blank canvases for the students to draw or write on. Supergraphics depicting the activities within the rooms span across the horizontal walls in the main areas. Being used to showcase artwork, the vertical walls become blank canvases for the students to draw or write on. (Stephanie Flores, ’14) MASSING DIAGRAMS When they are not being used to showcase artwork, the vertical walls become blank canvases for the students to draw or write on. Supergraphics depicting the activities within the rooms span across the horizontal walls in the main areas. Being used to showcase artwork, the vertical walls become blank canvases for the students to draw or write on. (Stephanie Flores, ’14)

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“The spaces we inhabit affect so much of what we do and feel. Creativity and critical thinking about the interior design of our environment have never been more important in our daily lives.” ANTHONY LEE, SVAID FACULTY

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Abdel-Hadi, Amanda: pages 63-64 Chilcote, Daniel: pages 67-68, 77-80 Chiulli, Carlo: pages 25-26 Choi, Michelle: pages 99-100 Choi, Sooji: pages 71-72, 77-78 Cresanti-Daknis, Jessica: pages 67-68 Davis, Alex: pages 97-98 Dyson, Shannon: pages 89-90 Flores, Stephanie: pages 21-22 Fricke, Jake: pages 7-8 Jang, Leah Younjin: pages 65-68, 77-78, 83-84 Karin, Yana: pages 55-56 Lacayo, Vanessa: pages 63-64, 75-78 Lagomarsini, Nicolette: pages 29-30 Lee, Christine: pages 13-14 Lee, Derek Sunghoon: pages 9-10 Lee, Yuying J.: pages 37-38, 47-48, 59-60 Lee, Katherine: pages 15-16 Lee, Rachel: pages 49-50 Liao, Eva: pages 19-20 Lysenko, Karina: pages 33-34 Marques, Francisco: pages 39-40 Marren, Cynthia: pages 11-12 Marte, Yavira: pages 63-64

Min, Deulle: pages 63-64, 77-78 Norton, Erica: pages 67-68 Park, Hyobeen Bennie: pages 27-28 Park, Kwangsung: pages 69-70, 73-74, 81-82 Park, Sojin: pages 53-54 Pezzulo, Anthony: pages 91-92 Porcino, Julian: pages 77-78 Rama, Elma: pages 17-18 Ramirez, Maria: pages 77-78 Ross, Courtney: pages 77-78 Shlanger, Eilla: pages 31-32 Seager, Alexandra: pages 41-42, 57-58 Trivino, Paula: pages 95-96 Wang, Hexiao: pages 93-94 Wang, Ying-Chih Jessie: pages 23-24 Wang, Vivien: pages 43-46 Yang, Wen-So: pages 55-56 Yoshida, Sayaka: pages 51-52 Zhou, Xiawen: pages 87-88

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