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Interior Design Portfolio

2017-2020


R E S U M E E DU CAT I ON

INDUSTRY EXPERIENCE

Michigan State University

Ted Moudis Associates- Chicago, IL

Graduation: May 2020

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Bachelor of Arts in Interior Design GPA: 3.83/4.0

CONTACT (616) 558-9734 zmudkada@msu.edu

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Interior Design Intern

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AutoCAD

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Sketchup

Adobe Indesign Microsoft Office Adobe Photoshop CET Designer Adobe Illustrator 3DS Max

Rendered detailed floor plans and elevations using photoshop Collaborated with designers to develop new brand statement finish packages for clients Presented in a company wide webinar regarding new trends seen at NeoCon Updated furniture plans in working construction documents Gathered information for product specification and FF&E budgeting selections Maintained the design resource library and coordinated product updates Sourced material selections for schematic finish palettes

DBI Business Interiors- Lansing, MI •

SKI LLS

May-August 2019

Interior Design Intern

April 2018 - Present

Support designers as a full team member on projects related to office, higher education and hospitality design Assisted in the design of over 30 projects on MSU’s campus Model 3D visuals and create high quality renderings using CET Designer and Sketchup Assemble finish packages and digital presentations for client approval Handle projects from interior concept through design development, schematic FF&E selection, client-sign off and installation Draft space planning options for office layouts using modular furniture

Michigan State University- East Lansing, MI

May 2019 - Present

Grading Assistant

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Complete weekly reviews of student course work drafted in AutoCAD Enforce proper implementation of universal drawings standards for floor, reflected ceiling, sections and elevation plans Provide academic student support and guidance through constructive feedback

Revit Enscape

ACTIVITIES Interior Design Student Organization Events Coordinator

International Interior Design Association

A C HI EVEMEN TS & A WA RDS Peter and Linda Riguardi Travel Fellowship, New York City | 2019 Fellowship Recipient

NAHB Student Chapter Four Year Competition | 2019 National First Place Winners

MSU Commercial Development Competition | 2018 First Place Winners & Best Verbal Presenter Award

Student Member

IIDA Michigan ThinkUp Design Competition | 2018

U.S. Green Building Council (2018)

Michigan State University Dean’s List | 2016-Present

Student Chapter Member

Second Place Winners & Scholarship Recipient

Awarded to students with on overall GPA of 3.5 or higher


C O N T E N T 01 COMMERCIAL

Agriculture Hall Student Lounge

02 EDUCATION

MSU College of Social Sciences

03 WORKPLACE

Herman Miller Clubhouse

04 HOSPITALITY

Spartan Gardens, Student Competition First Place Award

05 RESIDENTIAL

Terra Valley, Student Competition First Place Award

06 INTERNSHIP

DRW Headquarters


A G R I C U L T U R E H A L L S T U D E N T L O U N G E Spring 2019

Location: Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI Square Footage: 2,660 SQ FT

Client The Atrium functions as the main passageway between the Morrill Hall of Agriculture’s east and west wings. Administrators within The College of Agriculture and Natural Resources desire to bring better function to this campus-central space through it’s renovation into a mixed-use student lounge. The lounge should attract more students, support a desired occupancy of 150 users, and remain a functional passageway.

Concept Stemming from Michigan State University’s core practices in agriculture, the design of the student lounge takes inspiration from the repetition, symmetry, and rhythm of a crop field. The use of bright and natural finishes, along with simple architectural features brings a fresh and bold look to this lounge - complementing the nearby addition of the newly built Minskoff Pavilion on MSU’s campus. In whole, bringing unity and liveliness to MSU’s campus.


Agriculture Hall Student Lounge

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Area of Focus

Floor Plan Agriculture Hall First Floor


Perspective Rendering Loft The addition of a second level loft provides ample study and social spaces for students and faculty. Custom booth benching systems rest between the existing columns surrounding the perimeter of the atrium. A selection of lightweight tables and chairs fill this level and offer a variety of seating options.

Agriculture Hall Student Lounge

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Cafe

Waiting Area

Work Area

Vestibule

Mezzanine

Vestibule

Furniture Plan Atrium First Level

Booth Seating

Open to Below

Lounge Seating

Furniture Plan Atrium Second Level

Loft


Perspective Rendering Mezzanine Through the use of wood slats, a rhythmic design was developed to represent the repetition and movement seen in the rolling hills of a crop field. This installation of this feature above the lower level study space creates a canopy that provides privacy and warmth.

Agriculture Hall Student Lounge

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Perspective Rendering Mezzanine Cafe

Agriculture Hall Student Lounge

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Perspective Rendering Mezzanine Seating Area

Agriculture Hall Student Lounge

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Skylight

Custom Booth Benches

Loft

Vestibule

South Elevation Atrium Level 1 and Level 2

Poured Terrazo Floors

Finishes

Pine Wood used in wood slat installations

Quartz Countertops


Glass Railing

Wood Slat Installation

Custom Counter & Divider

Poured Terrazo Floors

Polyester Fabric 200,000 double rubs, bleach cleanable

LVT FLooring Wood Texture

Agriculture Hall Student Lounge

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C O L L E G E O F S C I E N C E S

S O C I A L

Spring 2019

Location: Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI Square Footage: 3,070 SQ FT

Client Berkey Hall on Michigan State University’s campus is home to students and faculty within the College of Social Science. After undergoing a digital rebranding, CSS seeked advice from MSU’s interior design department on how to translate elements of their new brand into physical space through a renovation of Berkey Hall. Administrators desired to promote student academic achievements and honor donors in creative ways, as well as improve wayfinding throughout the building. The scope of the project included the main entry and corridors, classrooms, and administration conference rooms.

Concept A forward facing chevron arrow, derived from the College of Social Sciences’ brand, promotes growth and forward movement in its students. The chevron arrow, along with geometric shapes and diagonal lines, are repeated throughout the design to create excitement and designate hierarchy of spaces. Vibrant shades of green provide contrast and help orient users within the environment. This concept aims to balance new and bold design elements with the traditional identity that exists within Berkey Hall.


College of Social Sciences

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Rendered Floor Plan Main Entry


Reflected Ceiling Plan Main Entry

College of Social Sciences

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Rendered Perspective Main Entry Cooridor

College of Social Sciences

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Rendered Perspective Main Entry Cooridor

College of Social Sciences

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Rendered Floor Plan Classroom


Rendered Perspetive Classroom Repetitions of the forward facing chervon arrow are reflected through the cork marker board attachment and custom carpet tiles. This design is to be implemented in all classrooms within the building.

College of Social Sciences

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Rendered Floor Plan Conference Room


Rendered Perspetive Conference Room Repetitions of the forward facing chervon arrow are reflected through the wooden wall boards and custom placed carpet tiles. This space was designed to be cohesive with the exsiting bench and task chairs in this space.

College of Social Sciences

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H E R M A N M I L L E R C L U B H O U S E Fall 2019

Location: Michigan State University Campus Square Footage: 2,200 SQ FT

Client The Herman Miller Clubhouse was designed for a client with unique needs in efforts to explore the possibilities of Herman Miller furniture applications. The client desired to transform this once white box space into a high-performing living office that functions for a team of 6, working on a short-term project. The design of this space focuses on efficiency to accommodate the client’s desire to have all of the capabilities of a large corporate office.

Concept The basis of this design is focused around simplicity and efficiency. A strategic separation of space and utilization of modular furniture allows for the incorporation of the clients four desired spaces into one footprint: work area, cafe, lounge and conference. Providing an environment that supports the clients needs for flexibility, collaboration, and focus.


Herman Miller Clubhouse

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Working Cafe/ Collaboration Zone

Impromtu Meeting

Conference

Lounge Seating

Focus Rooms

Team Workstations

Hoteling Stations

Floor Plan Clubhouse Wing


Perspective Floor Plan Clubhouse Wing

Herman Miller Clubhouse

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Perspective Rendering Main Office

Herman Miller Clubhouse

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Perspective Rendering Lounge Seating


Perspective Rendering Working Cafe

Herman Miller Clubhouse

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Perspective Rendering Focus Rooms


Perspective Rendering Conference Room

Herman Miller Clubhouse

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S P A R T A N L U X A R Y

G A R D E N S

S T U D E N T

L I V I N G

Spring 2019

Michigan State University Commercial Team Development Competiton First Place Award Location: Lansing, MI

Competition Overview Gillespie Group Development partnered with Michigan State University’s School of Planning, Design and Construction to seek inspiration for the redevelopment of the existing Sears warehouse in Lansing, MI. The developers desired to rebuild this commercial site into a multi-story housing complex with restaurant and retail on the ground level. Competing teams of construction management and interior design students defended their conceptual proposals in front of a panel of professional judges in the industry.

Concept Spartan Gardens is designed to compliment the neighboring multi-story housing structures in the area. The complexity of the exterior form creates interest and gives the building a contemporary feel. These luxury apartments and communal social spaces makes Spartan Gardens the ideal living space for young professionals and college students.


Spartan Gardens

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Rendered Perspective South/ West Facade

Spartan Gardens

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Rendered Perspective Rooftop Lounge

Spartan Gardens

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Rendered Perspective Apartment

Exterior Brick

Building Finishes

Maple Wood

Black Steel

Concrete


Rendered Perspective Apartment

Laminate Floors

Marble

Wallcovering

Porcelain Tile

Interior Finishes

Spartan Gardens

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T E R R A A C T I V E

V A L L E Y

A D U L T

C O M M U N I T Y

Spring 2019

NAHB Four Year Program Residential Development Competition First Place Award (2019) Location: St. George, Utah

Competition Overview The residential development proposal for the 2020 NAHB Four Year Student Competition is an active adult community located in St. George, Utah. The 1,300 acre lot is a part of a 3,330 acre master-planned Desert Colors community. Students majoring in interior design, construction management and landscape architecture team together to create a management project proposal that encompasses a market analysis, site development, product development, financials and marketing. The proposal is defended through a verbal presentation at the International Builders Show in Las Vegas and reviewed by a group of construction executives acting as judges.

Concept Terra Valley Homes are designed with quality and craftsmanship to ensure cohesiveness with the surrounding desert landscape and Desert Color community. The architecture and design of the homes reflect Desert Color’s vision for variety and sustainability - overall, creating an unmatched and unique lifestyle that residents, friends, and guests of the community can enjoy through quality homes, recreation and relaxation. We offer six distinct floor plans that give buyers a variety of sizes and layouts to choose from. The community will offer three elevation styles; desert craftsman, desert spanish, and dessert modern - which can be applied to any of the six Terra Valley home models. All models are universally designed with the 55 plus home buyers in mind.


Terra Valley

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Rendered Site Plan Community Center


Outdoor Exercise space/ community events

RV storage 100 lots fenced surrounding

Master Plan Land Development

Terra Valley

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Perspective Renderings Home Model Facades

Terra Valley

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Floor plans Home Models


Perspective Rendering Living Room

Terra Valley

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Floor Plan Community Center


Inspiration Images Community Center

Terra Valley

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D R W

H E A D Q U A R T E R S

Fall 2019 Location: Chicago, IL

Client DRW is a global technology-driven trading firm seeking a renovation of their headquarters located in Chicago, IL. They require a fresh space that can support their growing team. The scope of the design encompasses the lobby and reception, open office, conference rooms and cafe.

Concept This design takes a fun, yet sophisticated approach on a corporate office space. The finish selections derive inspiration from a menswear look to create a fresh and well-tailored interior. The open office environment supports employees who are highly technology focused and have a large team involvement.


DRW

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Rendered Perspective lobby

DRW

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Rendered Elevation Cafe Kitchen Wall

DRW

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Rendered Elevation Banquet Wall

DRW

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