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    • design portfolio 233 Westwood Drive Morganton, NC 28655 Cell (828) 443-3551 Fax (828) 433-8788 AllisonN.Byrd@gmail.com Allison N. Byrd
    • FRANCIS GARROU BOUTIQUE HOTEL VALDESE, NC Being a native of Burke County, it is my desire to design a hotel that embodies the rich heritage of the community in which I was raised. Valdese is a small town filled with rich culture and unique history. ALLISON N. BYRD I APPALACHIAN STATE UNIVERSITY I INTERIOR DESIGN FRANCIS GARROU HIGH SCHOOL I VALDESE, NC I BOUTIQUE HOTEL PROJECT
    • FRANCIS GARROU BOUTIQUE HOTEL VALDESE, NC “The
concept
that
space
can
have
a
quality
other
than
emp5ness
is
difficult
to
grasp.
When
a
building is
entered,
floor,
supports,
walls,
and
a
ceiling
are
seen,
all
of
which
can
be
studied
and
perhaps enjoyed,
while
the
space,
in
the
sense
that
one
is
accustomed
to
think
of
it,
is
void:
the
absence
of mass,
filled
by
air.” ALLISON N. BYRD I APPALACHIAN STATE UNIVERSITY I INTERIOR DESIGN FRANCIS GARROU HIGH SCHOOL I VALDESE, NC I BOUTIQUE HOTEL PROJECT
    • Hand
Rendered
Perspec-ve‐
Home
Interior Medium:
Chartpak
Markers
Prismacolor
Pencils
    • Sustainable
Building
Design
Compe--on 2nd
Place
Local
Compe--on
Winner The
design
and
placement
of
the
buildings encourage
 interac5on
 between
 tenants and
connects
them
to
the
community.
The buildings
 inhabit
 the
 en5re
 site
 crea5ng outdoor
 common
 areas
 that
 promote outdoor
 living
 along
 with
 the
 private terraces. Focus
on
sustainability,
universal design,
community
preserva5on
and affordability. LEED
Pla5num
cer5fied. QuickTime™ and a decompressor are needed to see this picture. Our
 design
 strategy
 for
 the
 project
 embodies
 the
 spirit
 of
 our concept,
 regenerate.
 The
 design
 strategy
 strives
 to
 promote regrowth
 and
 rejuvena5on
 to
 the
 tenants
 by
 crea5ng
 a
 healthy, sustainable
living
environment.
For
the
designated
site
in
Raleigh, North
 Carolina,
 this
 residen-al
 apartment
 building
 and community
 building
 meet
 the
 needs
 of
 CASA
 (Community Alterna5ves
for
Suppor5ve
Abodes). N Drawings
produced
in
Revit
Architecture.
    • Sustainable
Music
Recording
Studio Howard’s
Knob,
NC Linear
 and
 simplis5c
 forms
 are
 the inspira5on
 for
 the
 shell
 of
 the
 Apex Recording
 Studio.
 By
 using
 a
 push‐pull method
 with
 rec5linear
 shapes,
 the building’s
exterior
as
well
as
the
interior become
 more
 interes5ng
 while
 s5ll staying
cost
efficient
for
the
client.
The music
 recording
 studio
 should
 be rr community building situated
 at
 a
 loca5on
 that
 promotes sustainable
 prac5ces,
 offers
 visi5ng ar5sts
 s5mula5on
 through
 natural
 and environmental
 aesthe5cs
 as
 well
 as teaching
area rr N solitude
from
the
public
eye. office E BR iso iso iso rr enclosed
walkway K air
lock LR BR recording
studio storage residential live
room machine
room control room
a Drawings
produced
in
SketchUp
and
Photoshop. engineer’s
space control
room
b air lock loading
dock
    • “Apple
Retail
Store” Hand
Rendered
Perspec-ve “Yacht” Hand
Rendered
Perspec-ve
    • Urban
Hotel‐
Guangzhou,
China The
atrium
and
lobby
have
been
divided
into
three
spaces
by
the
central
water
feature;
each
area
is
connected
to the
other
by
bridge
or
stairs.
The
design
concept
of
coalesce
is
shown
through
the
merging
of
Chinese
and
western cultures,
mo5fs,
and
design.
 
 The
furniture
and
accessories
portray
both
curved
and
straight
lines
allowing
their forms
to
blend
in
a
cohesive
way. Drawings
produced
in
SketchUp.
    • North
Carolina
Museum
of
Natural
Sciences.
Raleigh,
NC.
Café,
Retail
Store,
and
Coffee
Cart For
 the
café
 in
 The
 Museum
 of
 Natural
 Sciences
 in
 Raleigh,
 there
 will
 be
 common
 areas
 for
 interac5on
 with scien5sts
and
students.
Design
includes
an
informal
bar,
performance
stage,
wireless
internet,
areas
strictly
for social
purposes,
and
video
monitors. 1- Main dinner entrance after 5pm 2- Custom built hostess stand 3- 3-form partitions 4- Lounge with laptop plug-ins 5- Custom buffet 6- Open kitchen 7- Backlit wall feature 8- Upholstery wrapped columns 9- Custom booth seating 10- Performance stage 11- Entrance for breakfast/ lunch Drawings
produced
in
SketchUp. 12- Terrace Drawings
produced
in
SketchUp.
    • Crea-ve
Visualiza-on
Con-nuum Quick
Sketch:
People
    • “Vienna
Way
Residence” Venice
California Acrylic
on
Canvas “My
Home” Acrylic
on
Canvas
    • “Embrace the world around you. Design to make the difference.” -Allison N. Byrd