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Xinran Chen

Interior Design

Portfolio


Work Samples From Previous Company

Academic Projects

Samples From OS Design (Commercial Design)

Revit

Everlane Retail Design

Revit

REI Flagship Store Designďźˆ IIDA Award Finallist

Revit

Montreal Hotel Design

Sketchup/Revit

Relaxation High End Club Design

Samples From Design Tec (Residential Design) Sample From Gresham Smith and Partners (Healthcare and Corporate)

Table of Contents

Sketchup/Revit

Revit

Furrniture Design

Telestudio Design


Work Sample From OS Design Photoshop Rendering from Sketchup

Double Tree San Pedro Hotel Wedding Court


Wedding Chapel Water Area

Occupancy: 150 People Size: 85’ x 55’ The chapel is designed to be a modern green house, surrounded by water and landscape.

Pathway

Entrance Wedding Arbor Wooden Arbor on a platform decorated with drapery and plants.

Gardening

Outdoor Sitting Area Occupancy: 150 People Size: 40’ x 75’

Decorative Pavilion

Fountain Court size : 14,440 sqft (120’x 120’)


Apartment Design for Tripalink Property


Work Sample From Design Tec CAD and Sketchup

Mitchell Residence


M-4 W/ GROMMETS FIREPLACE SURROUND: MASONRY STONE TO MATCH EXTERIOR

ENTRY

WD-10

ART

51"

WD-1 FILL, TYP.

WALL FINISH: WD-3

STAINLESS HOOD

120"

VISION ART 75" TV INSTALL AT ??" A.F.F. ON CENTER

6"

WOOD TRIM, TYP.

106"

72"

33"

SHELF: WD-10

WD-1 VENEER

STAINED CONCRETE SL-6

59"

36"

3" X 36" TILES 1/3 STAGGER

MANTEL: STAINED CONCRETE SL-6

M-4

WD-10

DIRECT VENT GAS F.P.

WOOD + STEEL HANDRAIL W/ STEEL STANDOFFS 7 1/2" 10 1/2" 36"

52" 88" 160"

10 1/2" 7 1/2" 36"

INTERIOR GUARDRAIL DESIGN TO MATCH EXTERIOR DESIGN

2X3 WOOD CAP


M4 1/2" PLATE STEEL

CT: SL-2 LIVE EDGE @ CHAIR SIDE

CT: SL-1

1/2" PLATE STEEL

CT: SL-1

SLAB FLUSH W/ CAB.

CT: SL-2 LIVE EDGE @ CHAIR SIDE

1/2" PLATE STEEL

SLAB FLUSH W/ CAB.

1/2" PLATE STEEL

M-4 @ DOORS

SOUTH

CT: SL-1

EAST

1/2" PLATE STEEL

FINISHED: CT: SL-1 SATIN NICKEL

CT: SL-2

CT: SL-2

1/2" PLATE STEEL

CT: SL-1

SLAB FLUSH W/ CAB.

1/2" PLATE STEEL CASEWORK: WD-10

NORTH

KITCHEN ISLAND

DRAWERS

WEST

CASEWORK: WD-10


Work Sample From Gresham Smith and Partners Revit & Enscape for Revit

CSX Headquarter 2nd Floor Balcony


PAINT PAINT

PAINT

PAINT WB 3630

GWB OPENING

WB 3630

PL CABINETS

WB 3630

WB 4530

GWB OPEING GWB OPENING

PAINT

OPEN

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WAITING

2

1/2" = 1'-0"

ADMIN

3

1/2" = 1'-0"

U.O.N

2' - 6"

ADMIN

4

1/2" = 1'-0"

ADMIN

Concept Rendering: St. Joseph Candler Hospital

Concept Rendering: St. Joseph Candler Hospital

WB 3630

WB 3630

PAINT

WB 3630

WB 3630

MA STATION

5

1/2" = 1'-0"

1/2" = 1'-0"

PAINT

PAINT WB 3630

PAINT

RAKKS EH1818 FM SUPPORTS TYPICAL AT ADMIN PRIMED, FINISH PAINT TO MATCH WALL

WALL BASE AS SPECIFIED

PL END PANEL

50"

PL COUNTERS

RAKKS EH1818 FM

2' - 6"

PL COUNTERS

PL COUNTER

GROMMET LOCATION

3' - 6"

PRINTER / FAX OFOI

0' - 6"

PRINTER OFOI

1' - 9"

PL COUNTERS

0' - 6" 2' - 6"

2' - 0"

GROMMET LOCATION

TOP OF LEDGE

2' - 0"

38" MAX TO

LAMINATE LEDGE ALTERNATE: SOLID SURFACE

2' - 2"

2' - 0"

PL CABINETS

FB 362484

WB 3630

LOCK

WB 3630

PL CABINETS

WB 3630

PAINT PL CABINETS

PL CABINETS

PL CABINETS

EQUIP BY OWNER

PL COUNTER

PL COUNTER AND BACKSPLASH

PL COUNTER

0' - 4"

0' - 4"

PL COUNTER

PL END PANEL

BG 182434

OPEN

BG 182434

PL END PANEL

NC 362434

BG 182434

2' - 10"

2' - 10"

2' - 6"

2' - 10"

2' - 6"

REF. OPEN

NC 362434

NB 302434

WALL BASE AS SPECIFIED

6

EXAM 1

7

1/2" = 1'-0"

EXAM 2

8

1/2" = 1'-0"

CLEAN

9

1/2" = 1'-0"

CLEAN 1/2" = 1'-0"

NOTE: PROVIDE DEDICATED OUTLET MICRO

OFOI

PAINT

PAINT WA 2430

WA 2430

PAINT WB 2830

WA 2430

WB 2830

WD 2430

WA 3030

WB 2830

WA 2430

WB 3030

PL CABINETS

PL CABINETS

PL CABINETS 2' - 2"

PL CABINETS

RAKKS EH1818 FM

PL COUNTER BACKSPLASH 2" AT WINDOW

PL COUNTER PL COUNTER

REF. PL COUNTER

GROMMET LOCATION

2' - 10"

PAINT

2' - 6"

3' - 6"

50"

OFOI

0' - 2"

2' - 0"

PAINT PL COUNTER

RAKKS EH1818 FM

NE 242434

BH 302434

DF 182434

DM 152434

NB 302434 WALL BASE, AS SCHEDULED

Concept Rendering: St. Joseph Candler Hospital

Material Samples and Color Schemes for Client Presentation

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DR. CHART COUNTER 1/2" = 1'-0"

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MA STATION 1/2" = 1'-0"

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BREAK 1/2" = 1'-0"

13

PROCEDURE 1/2" = 1'-0"

14

PROCEDURE 1/2" = 1'-0"

NB 242434


P 15 - 17 Everlane Retail Design Revit

Professor: Patric Gegen


Project Introduction Design a retail for a very successful commercial brand. •

This brand sells clothing mainly for fashionista with relative high income. Their products are mainly in neutral colors with simplified design.

Concept: Low Profile - Luxury

Style: Simplified Modern

No extra ornamentation; no complicated pattern; no vivid color using.

Upscale materials using; high contrast neutral color and adjacent wooden color; changeable experiences in different spaces.

N

1st Floor Plan

N

1st Floor RCP

N

2nd Floor Mezzanine

Fitting Rooms Stair  Elevator  Restroom  Reception Desk

Project Location 164 Fifth Avenue, NYC

T e p yrig iC n cto 7 0 t2 h

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2nd Floor RCP

Elevator

Storage


P 18 - 22 REI Flagship Store Design (IIDA Award Finallist) Revit

Professor: Patric Gegen


Project Introduction Create new experiences for three adjacent retails in an existed REI store. Concept: Bring nature indoor. •

The products of sport equipments and clothing suitable for various natural environments.

Simulate and abstract different natural environments by using different materials, textures and colors.

In order to symbolize active sport motions and arouse consumers’ desire to consume, the overall design style would be modern.

Water Sport Retail

Ski Retail

Bike Retail

Most design elements, patterns and structures would be in dynamic shapes.

Oak Wood

Main Facade Design Project Location 6750 S. 228th Street Kent, WA

Corten Board

Tensile Shelter

Shingle


Bike Retail Logo Design

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2 3

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5 6

1

2

8

7 8

BMX Bike Display  1 (glide slope form)  BMX Bike Display  2 (glide slope form)  Reception Desk  Choicest Product Display 1  Choicest Product Display 2  Goods Shelf  Common Bike Rack  Showcase

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Bike Retail Plan

Bike Retail RCP


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3

7

3 4 5

Ski Retail Logo Design

2 1 8

6

1

7

5

4

4

4

8

Skate Board Display 1  (Dual Boards)  BMX Bike Display  2 (Dual Boards)  Reception Desk  Choicest Product Display 1  Choicest Product Display 2  Skate Board Display (Single Board)  Goods Shelf  Showcase

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6

6 6

Ski Store Plan

Ski Store RCP


Water Sport Retail LogoDesign

1 2

7

3 4

3

5 6

2 8

7

2 9

8 9

5 8

Life Jacket Rack  Racing Boat Display  Reception Desk  Choicest Product Display 1  Choicest Product Display 2  Choicest Product Display 3  Goods Shelf  Showcase  Swim Ring

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4

1

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Ski Store Plan

Ski Store RCP


P 1-5 Montreal Hotel Design Revit Professor: Dina Lamanna


N

N

N

1 4 '-5 "

O

1 1 '-9 " / 2 1 / 2 1 / 2 1 / 2 1 / 2 1

• Reinterpret eastern culture into a different way by using simplified

1 2 '-1 1 " 1 6 '-1 "

1 0 '-3 "

1 0 '-3 "

SID EWAL K

8 '-1 0 "

McGILL STREET

2 '-1 0 "

8"

1 4 '-6 "

1 '-7 "

1 3 '-4 "

/ 2 1

Stand out from other hotels • (competitors in Montreal).

1 4 '-3 "

/ 2 1

11"

/ 2 1

1 2 '-3 "

8"

9 '-5 "

8 '-8 "

1 1 '-3 "

1 0 '-9 "

1 1 '-0 "

1 0 '-3 "

/ 2 1

8"

9 '-5 "

8 '-8 "

1 1 '-0 "

1 0 '-3 "

/ 2 1

8"

9 '-5 "

8 '-8 "

1 1 '-0 "

1 0 '-3 "

/ 2 1

8"

8 '-8 "

9 '-5 "

Three Key Phrases of redesign • Exotic Asian aesthetics & elements.

1 1 '-0 "

1 0 '-3 "

/ 2 1

8"

9 '-5 "

8 '-8 "

1 1 '-0 "

1 0 '-3 "

/ 2 1

8"

1 0 '-2 "

1 0 '-1 0 "

/ 2 1

1 2 '-6 "

/ 2 1

9"

/ 4 3

355 McGill St, Montreal, QC H2Y 2E8, Canada

/ 2 1

Redesign lobby level and typical guestroom levels based on existing layout of Old St. Paul Hotel.

Facade and Building Section 1 3 '-4 "

Project Location

1 2 '-1 0 "

Project Introduction

EAST / WEST PARTIAL SECTIONS 1/8" = 1'-0"

FRONT

BUILDING ELEVATION

1/8" = 1'-0"

Bar (Agacent to the Restaurant)

ornaments and various of masonries.

Concept Statement Moon night in the Courtyard of Plum.

Inspirational Images

Second Floor Lounge

Logo Design The logo design conveys an eastern design philosophy that sceneries exist within sceneries. Objects painted on the fan symbolize an individual layer of scenery.

Reception Area


112’

1 2

90’

Section 1 (Restaurant Semi-Private Area)

N

Lobby Level First Floor Plan Scale: 1/64”=1’- 0”

N

N

Lobby Level First Floor RCP Scale: 1/128”=1’- 0”

Lobby Level Second Floor RCP Scale: 1/128”=1’- 0”

Section 2 (Restaurant Main Area)

Restaurant (Bird's Eye View)

Restaurant (Worm's Eye View)


112’

Guestroom 1

Guestroom 7

24’

6

5

Guestroom 2

7

G Guestroom 6 (Selected Model Room)

Guestroom 3 Guestroom 4

Corridor

Guestroom 5

Elevator Vestibule

Restroom 36’

Typical Guestroom Level Plan Scale: 1/64”=1’- 0”

N

Model Guestroom Rendered Plan Scale: 1/8”=1’- 0”

N

90’

Typical Guestroom Level RCP Scale: 1/128”=1’- 0”

Bedroom View

Bar / Dining Area


Section 5 (Restroom)

Section 7 (Bedroom)

Section 6 (Corridor)

Bedroom View 2


P 6-14

Relaxation High-End Club

Sketchup Professor: Dina Lamanna


Project Introduction

Project Location

Existed Facade Elevation and Section

This project is set in an existed multilevel building, located between Reade and Duane Street in downtown Manhattan. The location is about a dozen blocks away from Wall Street, with convenient traffic around its community.

70-72 Reade Street, New York, NY, 10007

The new design will be a high end club, aim to slow down busy New York's, especially Wall Street employee's pace, providing them an ideal place to enjoy more relaxed and healthier lives, thus reduce their pressure and anxiety in a way.

Concept and Inspiration

Imaginal Sketches

Atrium

Existed Buidling Plan

Hot Spring Bathtubs

Part of Longitudinal Section

Area Distribution

1st Floor Dining Section (Restaurant section and tea house section, each has an individual reception lobby.)

Incorporation of the natural sceneries.

2nd Floor Spa Section (Hotspring pools, bathtubs, sauna houses as well as resting decker.) 3rd Floor Spa Section (Meditation room, Yoga room.) 4th Floor Spa Section (Relaxation Space, individual spa room, VIP tretment room and Marble bed Massageroom)

Existed Buidling Exterior Views

Reade Street View

Reade Street Facade

Duane Street Facade

Overall Longitudinal Section (North West Side)


Lounge

Landscape

Fountain Pool

Private Tea Room

1st Floor Plan (Dining Section) Scale: 1/64”=1’- 0”

Kitchen

Fire Stair

Part of 1st Floor Furniture Selection 1st Floor RCP (Dining Section) Not In Scale


Lobby (Reception desk and Lounge)

Restaurant

Tea House (Public Area)


Water Fall Down Stair

Pool Ladder

Resting Decker

2nd Floor Plan (Spa Section) Scale: 1/64”=1’- 0”

Bathtubs

Sauna Houses

Part of 2nd Floor Furniture Selection 2nd Floor RCP (Spa Section) Not In Scale


Meditation Room

Yoga Room

Staff Lounge

3rd Floor Plan (Spa Section) Scale: 1/64”=1’- 0”

Restrooms, Changing Rooms, Bathrooms

Administration Office

3rd Floor RCP (Spa Section) Not In Scale


Hot Spring View 1

Hot Spring View 2

Corridor With Hot Spring View


Relaxation Area

Individual Massage

VIP Massage

Marble Bed Massage

4th Floor Plan (Spa Section) Scale: 1/64”=1’- 0”

Lounge and Bar

Part of 4th Floor Furniture Selection 4th Floor RCP (Spa Section) Not In Scale


Lounge and Bar

Individual Spa Room


P 23-24 Furrniture Design (Furniture Set) Revit

Professor: Rene B. Estacio


White Oak

0' - 6"

2' - 0"

2' - 2"

The concept of the furniture is “discover the space. The single piece of wood board elongates, twists then attaches to different surfaces in a 3-D space. Individual piece of furniture is able to create relationships bewteen various surfaces. The inspiration is from the CCTV Building in Beijing that the architect Koolhaas used “multi-dimension space” as his design concept. The spacially extended structure really moves me.

0' - 8" 1' - 1 1/2"

Concept & Inspiration

3' - 3 1/2"

Beige Linen

4' - 2 1/2"

This is a furniture design project, designing the 70th street lobby of New York School of Interior Design. It is required to design a set of furniture including a reception desk and a seating.

4' - 2 1/2"

4' - 3"

Project Introduction

White Acrylic

1' - 3 1/2" 1' - 3 1/2"

2' - 11" 8' - 2 1/2 "

Auditorium Entrance

Storage

2' - 4 1/2"

Seating

Reception Desk

7' - 11"

1' - 0"

Vidieo Screen

Display Table

1' - 7 1/2"

1' - 4 1/2"

1' - 0"

2' - 4"

8' - 2 1/2"

Security Gate

Double Door

Double Door

5' - 9 1/2"

2' - 9"

2' - 10 1/2" 4' - 3"

1' - 6"

1' - 2"


Project Introduction

0.58cm

0.82cm

The goal of this project is to design a knock down (KD) chair for IKEA. It’s also necessary to design the packaging.

Inspiration The inspiration was from the famous cantilever chair. Impressed by its simplicity, I would like to incorporate the feature of the cantilever structure and the ideal of assemblage.

Vertical Section

Plan View Dark Blue Leather

Back Elevation

Right Elevation

0.58cm

Professor: Rene B. Estacio

Left Elevation

0.58cm

Explode View

P 25 Furrniture Design (Knock - Down Chair)

Front Elevation

Steel

Assembling Process 1

Assembling Process 2

Assembling Process 3

Assembling Process 4

Assembling Process 5

Assembling Process 6


Project Introduction The goal of this project is to design a Multifunctional and Transformable furniture piece.

Inspiration The Concept of this is from the Swiss Knife. The individual portions of each function would be able to rotate in and out swiftly. Basically, it contains a storage, a seating and a desk.

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Furrniture Design (Multi-functional and Transformable Desk)

Sketchup Professor: Rene B. Estacio White Linen

Birch Wood

Blue Paint

White Paint

Bell Bearing

Section Cut Here

Vertical Section

Front Elevation

Back Elevation

Plan View

Left Elevation

Right Elevation


P 27-29 Telestudio Design Revit

Professor: Debra Bryant


Project Introduction This project is to design a telestudio for a chosen TV show. I chose an e-sport show.

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Ground Plan

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View 1: Anchor Desk and Screens


View 2: Data Statistic Desk

View 3: Guest Interview Area

View 4: MVP Interview Area


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