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TABLE OF CONTENT - AutoCAD and ArchiCad Projects rendered in Artlantis - Design Communication - Fine Art, Hand Drawings, Modeling - Retail Space Remodeling - Residential Projects I. Torrance Residence II. Santa Monica Residence III. San Vicente Residence - Furniture Design - ArchiCad Drawings


AUTOCAD AND ARCHICAD PROJECTS RENDERED IN ARTLANTIS All projects were done throughout the school period in Archicad, Artlantis and Photoshop. Completion of these assignments has helped to enhance CAD skills.


INTERIOR DESIGN CONCEPT OF ICE-RINK INTERIOR Exploring uncompleted construction, working with existing architectural plans and redraw them in ArchiCAD. While developing the design concept, research for ice-rink standards were taken into account. Light fixtures, ceiling trusses and seating areas were custom designed for this project.


CHOCOLATE COFFEE SHOP Created a welcoming sweet interior with a bold statement of a chocolate theme where the color palette reflects organic chocolate tones. The interior itself mimics a desert - candy bar stools, walls tiled in chocolate bars and countertops drizzled with melted chocolate. The artwork on the wall depicts the Swiss Alps where the best chocolate is known to be made.

SWATCH EXHIBIT BOOTH The precision quality and innovation of swiss watches was accentuated by utilizing bright artworks, urban grey tones, transparent furniture and flooring. The focal point of the composition is the custom display counter that resembles the shape of a watch which also exhibits the product around the top ring. Transparent rotating columns in the corner are another place to showcase the product.


RENOVATION PROJECT OF THE UNIVERSITY HALL The geometrical pendant’s composition hanging from the ceiling immediately catches the attention of visitors using the staircase. The bright color makes it even more impressive in the subtle environment. Ceiling beams are faced with wood-planks to exaggerate the form and bring out a warm color.

Rotating columns along the wall serve as a timetable for the art faculty students. Each column is arranged in order for each semester. Essentially each side showcases a schedule for 4 different groups.


DESIGN COMMUNICATION Design communication is the major tool of delivering correct information to engineers, architects, contractors, clients and any others involved in the project. The accurate exchange of data can be conveyed through drawings - architectural plans, elevations, sections and so on. Another important aspect of design communication is the ability to understand these drawings and to translate them into 3D spaces.


Two point perspective

Elevations and plan of the living room


Plan Olbique


FINE ART, HAND DRAWINGS, MODELING This section shows the drawing and painting abilities that are important in the art taste development, understanding of form, color, shade and light.


Portraits, Figure, Still-lifes, Compositions


Left: Redevelopment of public recreation area. Media: ink and aquarelle Right: Model of the bathroom. Materials used: Paper, Oracle Bottom: Model of Kids’ playground area. Materials used: Paper, fabric, threads

Hand Drawing And Modeling


RETAIL SPACE REMODELING A small space - roughly 1000 sq ft was transformed into a stylish french clothing boutique - Lovenci. Fitting rooms were built and storage rooms were developed. The monochromatic decadence interior is topped off with vibrant color accents and modern custom furniture.


Left: Sales Counter Right: Shoe display

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ELEVATION B

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The merchandise display composition is enclosed by 2 big mirrors.

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ELEVATION C

The 2 mirrors become the focal point of the wall and are surrounded by clothing displays on each side.

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ELEVATION A Design Concept. Elevations, plans, furniture schematics are hand drawn.

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Furniture installation

Installation wood and iron floors Construction of nonstructural wall Painting Light installation

Construction of fitting rooms

Top: Located in the back of the store the sales counter faces the entrance. The lit shelf attached to the glass reflects the light and catches the eye. The wall behind it conceals the storage entrance. Bottom: View of the store front.


Left page Top Right: Custom bench conforming to the geometrical shape of the wall. (Elevation C) Top Left: Right side wall. (Elevation C) Right page Right: Left side wall showcasing clothes and shoes. Bottom Left: Fitting Rooms are done with red ceiling trim and curtains. Bottom Right: Custom designed clothing rack.


RESIDENTIAL PROJECTS I. TORRANCE RESIDENCE Remodeling project of a basement and living room that features a subtle tan palette on one and a splash of colors on the other. By simplifying form, eliminating clutter and using modern furniture the dwelling is transformed into a spacious welcoming interior.


Basement Before

Basement After

The brick wall was plastered, patched and painted. The front step was demolished. . To accentuate the fireplace a darker tone of beige was picked and a new fireplace was installed featuring glass pebbles instead of the traditional log look. The couch reflects the dominating wall colors with dark beige and light tan accent pillows.


Basement Before

Basement After


RESIDENTIAL PROJECTS II. SANTA MONICA RESIDENCE Ocean view apartment, located on the top floor was transformed into an ECO living space. Using reclaimed floors, zero VOC paints, organic fabrics, sustainable furniture and cabinetry helped to create a healthy environment.


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Design concept Elevations, plans and perspective are hand drawn

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ELEVATION C

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ELEVATION D


Left page Top: Bright red cabinets are softened with subtle grey countertops combined with stainless still appliances and top cabinets. The modernity of the kitchen is an elaborate mix with a rustic look of reclaimed furniture. Bottom Left: Custom made reclaimed media cabinet. Right page Top: View of the living room from the dining area. Bottom: Dining booth.


Media room with an L-shape sectional and custom reclaimed wood media center.

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Top: Reclaimed wood vanity. Bottom Leftt: King size bed facing the spectacular ocean view.


RESIDENTIAL PROJECTS II. SAN VICENTE RESIDENCE Located in the center of Beverly Hills, this rental property was redesigned in a sophisticated way. Without dramatic construction changes, the space was transformed and enlarged by removing closets, installing built-in cabinets and hanging wall to wall drapes. A large sectional was designed to seat company where they could watch TV together. The color pallet is done in greys with two tone shades of stained wood.


Preliminary design concept of the living and dining rooms

Closet before

Top: Patterned chair to accent the monochromatic palette. Right: View of the closets with built-in furniture units. Bottom Right: Custom sectional in recycled grey fabric with a custom blend of feathers and latex.


FURNITURE Furniture can be custom made to suit the specific requirement of a given space thus eliminating the need to spend hours looking for the right piece one has in mind. This section features some examples of furniture designed specifically for the project.


Before

After


AUTOCAD DRAWINGS This section features AutoCad furniture schematics.


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