FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY INTERIOR DESIGN
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WORK SPACE DESIGN
RESUME + REFERENCES
DESIGN PHILOSOPHY Wendie has been passionate about art and design for as long as she can remember. In her earlier years, Wendie worked with all mediums of art in an independent studio. This allowed her to grow with creative freedom, while her time at FSU allowed her appreciation and attention to details to grow and develop. With a love and understanding of art, she discovered her passion for Interior Design. But before art, she understood culture. Being born in Germany, living across the states, and choosing to travel abroad instilled within Wendie an awareness of her environment, adaptation skills, and a constant curiosity and appreciation for various cultures. She is keen to dive into a clientâ€™s own story and translate it into their space.
WENDIE DUNCAN E D U C AT I O N Florida State University Department of Interior Architecture + Design Bachelor of Science - CIDA Accredited Graduating: May 2020 GPA: 3.8 firstname.lastname@example.org / 850.635.2443 /
CARA WOODHOUSE INTERIORS - INTERN (Williamsburg, NY)
AUTO CAD SKETCH UP
May 2019 - Aug. 2019. Curated an online website, modeled and rendered designs published in NY Cottages and Gardens magazine. Communicated with vendors and clients both through email and networking events. Managed and shot photoshoots on install days.
ERIKA M. POWELL TEXTILES - INTERN (Santa Rosa Beach, FL)
May 2018 - Aug. 2018. Partnered with the marketing team and collaborated on the launch of a new collection of textiles and leather goods. Produced a social media presence and EMP Textiles’ website using InDesign, Photoshop, and photography skills. Created estimates and work orders for clients.
URBAN GRACE INTERIORS - INTERN (Santa Rosa Beach, FL)
AWARDS NEWH SUNSHINE CHAPTER SCHOLARSHIP Fall 2019.
GOLDEN LIGHTING AWARD - Winning light
ﬁxture design, nominated by both peers and Golden Lighting Company Spring 2019.
OUTSTANDING STUDIO PERFORMANCE Fall 2017.
ADVISORY COUNCIL UNDERGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP Spring 2019.
PRESIDENT’S LIST - GPA
of 4.0 (all A’s) throughout a semester Fall 2016; Fall 2017; Spring 2018; Spring 2019
Work requested for CIDA accredidation
May 2016 - Aug. 2016. Observed client meetings, created estimates, ordered memo samples, organized the resource room and was heavily involved on installation days.
REFERENCES Doctor Lisa Waxman Professor + Chair for the FSU Department of Interior Architecture + Design Work Phone: 850.644.8326 Email: email@example.com Amy Mattingly Huber Assistant Professor for the FSU Department of Interior Architecture + Design Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
IA&D STUDENT ADVISORY COUNCIL
Sept. 2017 - Present. Communicating with students, cultivating ideas to improve upon the program, and meeting with Professor and Chair of the Department of Interior Architecture and Design to implement them.
MEMBER OF IDSO (Interior Design Student Organization)
Sept. 2016 - Present. Attending trips to tour design ﬁrms in nearby cities, participating in computer program classes, and discussions with professors.
Emily Williams Lead Designer for EMP Textiles at Urban Grace Interiors Work Phone : 850.231.9916 Phone : 404.218.4982 Email : email@example.com
Sept. 2018 - Present. Mentor to 3 students, guiding other students.
MEMBER OF IIDA (The Commercial Interior Design Association)
Sept. 2018 - Present. Staying updated on current IIDA events and opportunities.
TCC STUDENT COUNCIL
Sept. 2015 - May 2016 . Organized and led successful and educational events through communication with community speakers. Utilized teamwork, focus, and a desire to serve the student body.
Ron Brannon Manager of Freeport Industries Inc. Phone : 850.685.4222 Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
TRAVEL A LIFETIME.
Moving every one or two years with parents in the military. Learning how to adapt to different environments and appreciate a variety of cultures.
Spring of 2017. Sporadic travel internationally, passing through and admiring the history and architecture of Verona, Venice, Florence, and Rome.
NEW YORK CITY
Summer of 2019. An internship in the city, exploring its diversity in culture and both historic and modern architecture and museums.
RESIDENTIAL DESIGN AGING IN PLACE
AGING IN PLACE - RESIDENTIAL CONCEPT STATEMENT
The homes designed with senior living in mind for Karen and Bob Zielaskowski, and their visiting grandsons (aged 7-14), are inspired and informed by characteristics of the sun dial, an elegant timekeeping device that guides one through direction of shadow given as a new sun arises, while simultaneously being an object of pure function combined with simplistic features. The concept will be demonstrated through both spaces in Santa Fe, New Mexico and Portland, Oregon with the use of modern minimalism and linear aspects throughout the interior architecture that reflect the straight accuracy of time, as well as symbolizing the continuous return of daylight. The modern aesthetic will provide a sense of stability and function, while incorporating materials of color and warmth representative of both city’s celebrated cultures that introduces a more calming atmosphere. Sunlight will play an important role, tied into natural elements, such as stone, a reference to both the concept and natural vernacular of the locations. The design will create a sense of natural warmth as the sun rises and is absorbed and filtered through each home’s interior surfaces, evoking a sense of spiritual rebirth and optimism relative to both the Santa Fe and Portland culture, while continuing to be a source of relaxation and refuge within each city. Function will be as direct as the sun dial and made to be easily accessible for senior living – the ultimate purpose of the space. CONCEPT: Sundial
DURATION: 6 Weeks
SKILLS LEARNED: ADA design
LOCATION: Portland, Oregon Santa Fe, New Mexico
PROGRAMS & TECHNIQUES: Hand Rendering, Revit 2018, Auto CAD, Adobe Photoshop
PROJECT DESCIRPTION : Design both a summer and winter home for senior living.
MASTER BATH ELEVATION -
ADA accessible features for aging in place. Walk in shower/ steam room
In an Arts & Craftsman style known to be popular in the Northwest region. ADA accessible with natural vernacular and plants native to the region.
LIVING AREA/KITCHEN PERSPECTIVE
Double-sided glass fireplace for open atmosphere - as breathable as the Oregon outdoors
SANTA FE , NEW MEXICO DESIGN GOALS: The clients, Karen and Bob Zielaskowski, are interested in owning a summer and winter home in Portland, OR and Santa Fe, NM upon entering retirement. They desire for both homes to be ADA accessible as well as accommodate their love for the outdoors and time visiting with their grandchildren. Their main desires and goals are as listed: - Open space plan, limiting circulation - Kitchen and living area open to one another, with the outdoor patio entrance near kitchen, as well as a pass through window and gas stove and kitchen island. - Plenty of storage space to hide files, as well as outdoor tools and toys for the grandchildren. - Gas fireplace, ADA restroom, and a mixture of open and closed cabinetry in the kitchen. - Exterior faรงades of both homes representing the local vernacular.
R E S E A R C H: C L I M A T E : On average, there are 283 sunny days per year in Santa Fe.Â The US average is 205 sunny days. The summer high is around 86 degrees, while the winter low is 19 degrees. The only extremes would be incredible hot and dry climates at certain points in the year.
C U L T U R E : The main attractions would be the
Dusky earth tones appear in both the desert landscape, as well as the local culture of New Mexico. The city of Santa Fe is located amongst the Rocky Mountains; thus, the incorporation of stone features. Patterns with vibrant colors woven throughout pieces such as the wool rug, refer to the vibrant life within the city and its ties to Native American
local trade markets, music, museums, Spanish and
Culture. The materials chosen for this home were meant to
Native American celebrations, and desert inspired
reflect the local vernacular, and be installed to meet ADA
art. Santa Fe is nestled around the Sangre de Cristo
mountains. This combined with Adobe architecture makes for charming desert sceneries.Â Santa Fe is a host to a harmonious blend of Native American and cultures from settlers around the world.
N A T I V E M A T E R I A L S : The most vernacular home design in Santa Fe, NM would be the old original pueblo style New Mexico homes. They are always flat, just tilted slightly for water runoff.
common feature includes projecting wooden roof beams (vigas), sometimes used purely for aesthetics.
LIGHTING DESIGN ARISE - WINNING DESIGN AWARD
ARISE - LIGHTING DESIGN AWARD The concept for the space was initially the bloom of a flower that brought the dining experience to life. Its shape transitioned for mechanical purposes, but maintained its overall goal.Â Its simple lines now belie its mechanical complexities. A new approach has been taken to transform the pendantâ€™s form and brightness level simultaneously. This enables end users to customize their look, foster playful interaction within the community, and give arise to an ambient atmosphere.
WORKPLACE PROJECT - VIRZOOM, INC. CONCEPT STATEMENT:
Energy and intention will drive all decisions made in the design for VirZoom’s new office space. By definition, virtual velocity will go beyond traditional boundaries, be enveloped in the design of the company’s own virtual product, as well as portraying VirZoom’s ability to excell in a given direction. The space will explore a world not fully accessible to reality - until now.
CONCEPT: Virtual Velocity LOCATION: Chattanooga, TN DURATION: 10 Weeks PROGRAMS & TECHNIQUES: Hand Rendering, Revit 2018, Illustrator, Adobe Photoshop, InDesign
PROJECT DESCIRPTION : Plan & design VirZoom’s new office space, in approximately 10,000ft2 in a 3-story masonry building, formery used for industrial purposes
RECEPTION DESK MILLWORK DESIGN
WORK CAFE ELEVATIONS
VIRZOOM - LEVEL 1
VIRZOOM - LEVEL 2
RETAIL DESIGN LOVE YOURSELF - COSMETICS SECTION
LOVE YOURSELF - RETAIL DESIGN CONCEPT: Love yourself LOCATION: Cosmetics section within a Whole Foods Market DURATION: 3 Weeks PROGRAMS & TECHNIQUES: Hand Rendering, Revit 2018, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe InDesign, Sketching SKILLS LEARNED: Retail Design PROJECT DESCIRPTION : Design a cosmetics section through branding and meeting user’s needs.
L’Amour l o v e
y o u r s e l f
FRONT FACADE ELEVATION “Beauty lies within”, a phrase that emphasizes the concept while also gesturing towards the beauty products that do in fact lie within.
BEAUTY BAR BASICS ELEVATION Beauty Basics focuses on making sustainable choices available to consumers and is stocked with natural products that enhance their well being.
FRONT ENTRANCE PERSPECTIVE Architectural features that arch overhead, abstracting European features that heighten a space both visually and materialistically. The interior of the entry arch being digitally ran for marketing purposes that intrigue consumers to explore further within the space.
Lâ€™Amour de soi, French for self love, is a concept that speaks to the modern mindset that a healthier, happier lifestyle grows from the time we take to nourish ourselves. It intertwines the luxury of cosmetics with the overall necessity to tend to ourselves on a level that sustains one psychologically. While a grocery store provides healthy food options, Lâ€™Amour de soi will guide users aesthetically and empower them through their own power of choice. Providing sustainable options and a variety of brands including those found both locally and organically, will in turn naturally develop a sense of community and trust. Products will be displayed to spark inspiration, intrigue, and encourage self-care that is sustainable; thus, nourishing the earth as well. Lâ€™Amour de soi implies a connection to natural beauty while consistently improving and lifting the lives of users.
COMMERCIAL REPURPOSE DESIGN CANOPY CARE ANIMAL SHELTER
CANOPY CARE ANIMAL SHELTER
ABOVE: Sketch in pen of views in Florence, Italy LEFT TO RIGHT: Upholsetered Eames rocking chair, bronze side table, Emmanuel Babled Sunshare carrera marble chair *all rendered in prisma marker
Druid religious retreat - Section cut *Photoshop + Prisma marker
LEFT: Prisma marker rendering of an Itlain Vogue model
t was amazing what an hour with her sketchpad could do for her mood. She was sure that the lines she drew with her black marker were going to save her years of worry lines in the future. -Victoria Kahler, Their Friend Scarlet
Living Area - Prisma marker + Pen
Master Bedroom Design - Photoshop + Prisma marker
WENDIE DUNCAN INTERIOR DESIGN
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