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kella wood Interior Design woodkella2@gmail.com (281)-659-4921

Education: Mississippi College Clinton Mississippi BS in Interior Design CIDA. GPA: 3.56 Expected Graduation: May 11, 2019 Technical Skills Skilled in: Revit Auto CAD Adobe Photoshop Adobe InDesign Adobe Illustrator Knowledge of: Microsoft Office Sketchup Kerkythea Rhinoceros 3D

Experience: Studio G Woodlands, Texas Intern Summer 2018 - Created powerpoints of selections for clients - Responsible for gathering materials from various -

Communicated closely with reps on orders Space planned in Auto CAD Compiled a vendor list in Excel spreadsheets Attended Dallas Market with owner: June 2018 Attended client meetings and was responsible for gathering all key details.

Honors: Deans List Fall, 2015 Presidents List, Spring 2017 Deans List, Fall 2017 Deans List, Spring 2018

Campus Involvement: Mississippi College ASID Member

Chenoa Social Tribe, Tailgate Chair - Fall 2016- Spring 2017 Chenoa Social Tribe, Active Member - Fall 2015 - Present


Table Of Contents Resedintial - The Townhouse @ Canyon Lake - The Lucida - The Jossons - The Petal Cabin

Hospotality - Kia Lan Sushi Bar & Restaurant - The Commons

Commercial - Alva Family Care Clinic - The Christian Life Center - The Next Project

Furniture Design - Circular Love Seat Lounge - The Lamp Project

Creativity - One Point Perspective - Two Point Perspective

Experiance - The Hunters


Resiential


Project Goals - Construct a model of the Town House - Select Appropriate Finishes & Furniture

The Townhouse @ Canyon Lake The town house at Canyon Lake will have a modern farmhouse theme carried throughout the home while being open, light, and airy. The living room will have a large charcoal grey sofa for relaxing and can be easily rearranged to allow for larger crowds when entertaining. There will also be a light weight work desk to provide an easy place to get things done while still being comfortable. The kitchen will have bright white counter tops with medium wood cabinets that complement the diiferent tones in the light wood floors. To the side of the kitchen area is a small dinning area that has a very unique organic shaped wood table and comfortable seating. Upstairs is the master bedroom and bath suite. The floors in the bedroom will be the same wood flooring but it will have a large comfortable rug to keep a warm, cozy feel. The bedroom will have some darker wood tones, and a few industrial and 83 modern accents to tie in the rest of the home. The bathroom will have unique tile throughout and will be relaxing and spa like, staying light in color but pulling in neutral earth tones to keep the space warm.


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Project Goals - High End Residential Selections - Must be Functional and fitting to the Appropriate Country of Choice

The Jonsson

The Jonssons are originally from Iceland and have lived in the States for the last 25 years. They have bought a condo in Iceland to vacation to in their spare time. They like their Icelandic roots and would like to see that with in the design of the Condo. The soft blue wall paint reflects the coastlines of Iceland and the clear blue skys. The art work was sourcesed from a local Iceland artist. The woodburning stove is a very common house hold feature and will remind the Jonsson’s of when they grew up in Iceland.


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Project Goals - Must be inspired by Nature - Show Design Process

The Petal Cabin The Petal Cabin will be very spacious and open. The entrance will lead into an open floor plan kitchen and living area. The kitchen will have up to date appliances, beautiful countertops, with natural day light, and a sitting area. The living area will have plenty of seating fit for all visitors. This open space will be cozy and inviting as well as functional for its users. The bedroom will be a calming space that has large windows for natural light to come through and many natural materials. The bathroom will also have a window that is not clear and can be opened easily for ventilation. The bathroom countertops will complement the kitchens and be a bright relaxing room. The utility room is where the washer and dryer will be located and there will be of roll out storage as well had hanging. The Petal Cabin will be a bright welcoming space that focuses on pulling nature inside the cabin while having daylight fill the entire area.


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Project Goals - Create an Original Restaurant Design - Must be a real location - Must be ADA Compliant

Kai Lan Sushi Bar & Resuruant Kai Lan Sushi Bar will be in Kingwood Texas off of highway 59 and the Northpark Plaza Drive. It is adjacent to Courtyard by Marriott and is connected by a walk way. Kai Lan Shushi Bar will not only serve sushi but a variety of Asian cuisine, teas with the option to have tapioca, and specialty drinks. The exterior architecture will match that of the Marriott’s. A light natural stone base with a light green and yellow top, but the sign will display a modern and sleek appearance to show case how the interior will be displayed. The interior will have clean lines with dark ceramic tile flooring, white tables and booths for a contracts, with a dark wood veneer on the seating to add warmth. When entering Kai Lan Shushi Bar there will be an open airy feel with a welcoming hostess in front of the herb wall. The herb wall will produce common herbs that kitchen and bar use. This cuts back on the expenses for the them, while being one of many green solutions for the restaurant. The restrooms will be conveniently located to the left of the entrance and the bar will be right past the restrooms. The bar will have booth, bar, and high-top table seating to be able to accommodate anyone or their group. Seating will be the same as the dinning area but the walls will have a mural of two of the walls displaying a red zig-zag pattern seen in different areas of the restaurant. The dining area will have multiple different seating arrangements so that any group of people can be accommodated. The walls will be white with some of them having the red zig-zag mural on them to make the space fun and exciting while still being very appealing and clean. The lighting, as well as the wall of windows will make the space bright and open in the day while still having an intimate feel for each individual table. Kai Lan Sushi Bar will be a comfortable space to grab an early lunch, drinks with a friend, or host a celebration while having a fun, modern, and clean aesthetic.


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Project Goals: - Create an Open, Welcoming Clinic - Use Proper Furniture & Fixtures - Must be ADA Compliant

Group Project Responsibilities: - All Rendered Perspectives - Life Safety Plan - Custom Desk & Section View - Assisted with Selections

Alva Family Care Clinic

The Alva Family Care Clinic in Alva, Florida creates unity with its natural design elements that flow throughout the whole space. The color palette consists of earth tones and muted spring colors reminiscent of the local color palette. Finishes with nature based design patterns were chosen to offer a space that promotes healing and provides comfort. Movement also shows in the pattern choices that simulate grasslike textures and rich wood-like textures. Form is used within the ceiling design to create small interpersonal areas of rest and privacy while patients wait to be called in for their appointments. Repetition is seen throughout the exam rooms to provide continuity of design. Because this is a family care clinic, the floor plan is evident of universal design with an accessible and minimalist floorplan. Windows are located in all patients’ line of site to allow for natural light to flow and views of nature. The overall emphasis of the Alva Family Care Clinic is to employ elements of nature making this space inviting, calming, and healing.


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Kimball

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Knoll Whip Enviroleather California

Water based cleaning agent; household bleach

33.5”H x 35.5”W x 25.5” Alpine Beriatrics

Knoll Whip Enviroleather California

Water based cleaning agent; household bleach

Storm, Polished Aluminum

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Knoll

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Clorox Germicidal Liquid Bleach diluted 1:5 ratio tap water

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27.5-37.5”H x 25”W x 13”D Laptop Table

Black Laminate Top, Black Metal Frame

Water based cleaning agent

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46.3125”H x 31.625”W x 31.25”D Empath Patient Table

Alistair: Almond

Water-based Modified (WM); Bleach Cleanable (10:1)

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18” Diameter - 21” H Solis Table

Sand

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36”H x 6’L x 24”D Exam Room Sink with Counter

White Laminate

Water based cleaning agent; household bleach

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24”D x 30”H x 4’L Payback Corner Office Space

Clear Oak

Water based cleaning agent

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Charcoal

Dust using pledge or similar solution

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Charcoal

Dust using pledge or similar solution

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Water based cleaning agent

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Arctic White

Water based cleaning agent

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Arctic White

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Trash Bin

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Stainless Steel Cleaner

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Paper Towel

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Stainless Steel Cleaner

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Soap Dispenser

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Stainless Steel Cleaner

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Mirror

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2.6’ L Hand Rail

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Stainless Steel Cleaner

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Payback; 4’ Round Conference Table

Ice White Glass

Water based cleaning agent

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Copier; 22.8” H x 22.3” W x 22.2” D

White

Dust when needed

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Flooring

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Vacuum and spot Treat

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Water based cleaning agent

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Vacuum and spot Treat

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Water based cleaning agent

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Dust using pledge or similar solution

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Water based cleaning agent

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Water based cleaning agent; household bleach

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Hunter Douglas Window Tratement

Water based cleaning agent

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Project Goals: - Renovate the Existing Building - Must have Rooms for 4-5year olds & 6-8 year olds - Must be a Safe and Welcoming Space

Group Project Responsibilities: - All Rendered Perspectives - Assisted with Space Planing - Room Finish Schedule - Assisted with Selections

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Project Goals: - Must be a Seating Furniture - Must be Ergonomically Correct

Circular LoveSeat Lounge

This circular love-seat lounge was designed to surround the user with comfort while being easily integrated with natural elements. The base of the lounge will have a hollow metal tube base that is covered with a bent wood veneer. The upholstered seat will be six inches thick with webbing inside to insure the seat can adjust to each user. The back will be upholstered with the same material as the cushion to create a uniformed look. The live edge backing of the lounge will be made using a bent wood process to insure there is less waste of the product while strengthening the seat. The circular love-seat lounge was designed to be a unique take on a love-seat and to create a new form for a needed furniture use.


Ergonomics While this chair is ment to lounge in, ergonomics was still taken into consideration. The seat height is at 19 inches allowing a user to sit at the edge with their feet on the floor. The seat depth is 40 inches and that is so the user can relax and lounge in the chair. The width of the seat is 57 inches, again allowing the user to lounge comfortably. The back pitch is at 12 degrees, which allows a user to sit all the way back and still be comfortable.

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Project Goals: - Can be a Table or Floor Lamp - Must be a Working Lamp - Inclued Inspiration

The Lamp Project From the beginning of the project I knew I wanted to use recycled product. The wood I used was some oak wood that I had at home. Using this wood limited me a little, because could not turn it on a lath. This is why I went with the square design. The block also had a knot in it and i wanted to showcase that, so I made it the front of the lamp. The base of the lamp is stained a deep brown and seem rustic and cozy, while the shade is simplistic and white not to distract from the intricate wood grain pattern of the base.


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Art Work Description This was a project but we had complete creative freedom. It had to be an interior but I wanted to involve nature so I chose to do a scenic mountain view. The furniture choises I made reflect my style. Simple modern furniture with rustic and minimalistic elements.

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Two Point Perspective

Art Work Description This project came after we had finished a midcentury modern project and that is what a lot of my furniture is inspired by. I like keeping the space very clean line, while still being inviting. I really love being able to incorporate nature in some way or fassion into all of my projects.

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The Hunters The Hunters sitting room was closed off, dark, and outdated. The Hunters met with the Studio G team and discussed a game plan to freshen up the space. The plan included bringing in a bar with storage, and modern seating, with different touches of rustic elements throughout the space.


Project Involvement Selection Lighting

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Involvement On the Hunters project I helped in many different aspects. When making the mood boards for the client, I was used as a second opinion for some of the selections. I went to stores to find different rugs and console tables. I transported the art work. When ordering draipery the owner taught me how to order it properly. As show to the right I selected the sconce lighting, cabinetry hardware, and ottomans. This project made me excited for more projects because I got to see the full vision come to life.

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