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  • Bonnie Toland 520.891.4233 . 6260 S Lake Dr Apt 316 Cudahy WI 53110 . www.bonnietoland.com . bontoland@hotmail.comProfessional Experience Education• M&E Architects, Interior Designer, Milwaukee, WI 2010-Current • BA in Interior Design - The Art Center Design College, Tucson, AZ 2010 (CIDA Accredited)• University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee: intercept and functional area interviews • BA in Cultural Studies and Political Science - Hampshire College, Amherst, MA 2000 • Havenwoods State Forest: programming, schematic design, SketchUp modeling • Teaching Fellow, Italian Literature MA Program - Boston College, Boston, MA 2000-2001 • O’Donnell Parking: SketchUp modeling • Independent International Study - Venezuela, Italy, Palestine • Islamic Resource Center: finish and equipment selection Skills • Fischer Design Studio, Junior Designer, Tucson, AZ 2009-2010 • Design: Space Planning, Drawing, Programming, Presentation • Tucson Federal Credit Union: space plan, CAD, furniture & finish selection, presentation prep • Software: AutoDesk, Adobe Creative Suite, Sketch-Up, Microsoft Office, Microsoft Project • Aviar Commercial Space Planning and Design, Design Intern, Tucson, AZ 2009 • Research & Languages: Ethnography, field research, English, Italian, Spanish, Arabic • Nogales Courts: inventory existing furniture; codify finishes • Pima Community College: finish and furniture selection for public student areas Awards • Veterans Hospital: finish selection, concept development for chapel and workshop space • Certificate of Excellence, Yale Burge Competition, ASID Foundation, 2010 • Best in Show, IIDA SW Couture, displayed at Neiman Marcus & NeoCon, 2010 • Freelance Interior Design, Tucson, AZ 2006-2010 • Casablanca Restaurant: concept and design development for adaptive reuse of notable residence • Best in Show, ASID Student Design Excellence Awards, Tucson, AZ 2009/2010 • Dr. Jamison, NMD: ecofriendly finish and color selection for private family practice • 1st Commercial Design, ASID Student Design Excellence Awards, Tucson, AZ 2009/2010 • Rogo’s Finishing Touches: color and furniture layout consultant • Space Planning Lab Instructor, The Art Center Design College, Tucson AZ 2008 • Abella Reception Hall: concept and design development for bridal suite • Peace and World Security Studies Grant, Amherst, MA 1998 & 1999 • Ali Baba Restuaurant: update floor plans and draw in AutoCAD • Snooze Zone: code research and layout for airport nap station Other Creative Endeavors • Officeinsight, Journalist for online design magazine, 2010-Current • Arab World Fest: graphics, fashion show, cultural display, Milwaukee, WI 2010 • Articles to advance design • Azuzi Design, a fashion company: owner & designer, AZ & Morocco, 2007-2010 • Interpreting Services, Italian-English, 2010-Current • Extreme Makeover Home Edition, ABC: design volunteer, Tucson, AZ 2008 • Medical interpretation for JS languages, trade-fair interpretation for Fractacaturae • IIDA, Student Chapter: VP of Fundraising, Tucson, AZ 2007 • Social Justice Education, Curriculum Writer & Trainer, Boston, MA 2002-2004 • Eye for the Good Guy: Community Service, Tucson, AZ 2007• Curriculum for middle & high school students, workshops in schools, educator training • Al-Haneen Dabke Troupe: founder, choreographer, manager, Tucson, AZ, 2005-2010
  • PROJECT DATA SCHOOL AS COMMUNITY HUB: BELONGING & SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY:70,000 SF · INCLUDES SCHOOL, PUBLIC LIBRARY, & PERFORMING ARTS CENTER · OPEN CORRIDORS FOR INFORMAL GATHERING AND STUDYINGMULTIUSE FACILITY SAVES MONEY BY CONSOLIDATING PUBLIC SPACES · EXTENSIVE INTERNAL WINDOWS TO SEE AND BE SEENADAPTIVE REUSE · DINING FACILITY OPEN TO PUBLIC AFTER SCHOOL HOURS · BATHROOM ENTRIES IN PUBLIC VIEW TO DECREASE BULLYING AGORA MIDDLE SCHOOL ENSURES QUALITY FOOD & BRINGS REVENUE TO THE SCHOOL N
  • AGORA MIDDLE SCHOOL1ST FLOOR PUBLIC STUDENT SPACESKETCHUP & PHOTOSHOPSTUDENT COMPUTER AND STUDY CENTERAUTOCAD & PHOTOSHOP
  • MAXIMIZE FLEXIBILITY:· RETRACTABLE WALLS FOR COMBINING CLASSROOMS· NESTING AND MOBILE FURNITURE ADAPTABLE CLASSROOMS· SMART BOARDS TO INCORPORATE TECHNOLOGY AGORA MIDDLE SCHOOL N 2ND FLOOR KEY PLAN AUTOCAD & PHOTOSHOP N2ND FLOOR PLAN N 2ND FLOOR RCPAUTOCAD & PHOTOSHOP AUTOCAD & PHOTOSHOP
  • AGORA MIDDLE SCHOOL2ND FLOOR PUBLIC STUDENT SPACE & CLASSROOMSSKETCHUP & PHOTOSHOP2ND FLOOR PUBLIC STUDENT SPACE 2ND FLOOR& PHOTOSHOP SKETCHUP PUBLIC STUDENT SPACE & CLASSROOMSAUTOCAD & PHOTOSHOP SKETCHUP & PHOTOSHOP
  • PRELIMINARY STUDIES IN SPACE ANALYSIS:· DETERMINE NUMBER OF STUDENTS AND DESIRED CAPACITY FOR LIBRARY AND PERFORMING ARTS CENTER WITH DICTATED SQUARE FOOTAGES. AGORA MIDDLE SCHOOL OPEN TO BELOW· FITTING RECTANGULAR SPACES LIKE THE GYM AND THE PERFORMING ARTS CENTER WITHIN THE RADIUS OF THE ARCHITECTURE PROVED CHALLENGING. CLASSROOM/LAB 12,855 SF LIBRARY 1ST FLOOR 14,493 SF MECHANICAL N 2ND FLOOR BLOCK DIAGRAM AUTOCAD & PHOTOSHOP PERFORMING ARTS 8,180 SF GYM 6,865 SF THEATER/MUSIC SHOPS/ARTS 11,700 SF KITCHEN 13,000 SF TEACHER LOUNGE NURSE LIBRARY 1ST FLOOR ADMINISTRATION VEHICLE DRIVE 6,566 SF 2179 SF LIBRARY DINING 3,655 SF N SPACE REQUIREMENT DIAGRAM 1ST FLOOR BLOCK DIAGRAM EXCEL & PHOTOSHOP AUTOCAD & PHOTOSHOP
  • A CHILDREN’S BOOKSTORE WITHIN A SHOPPING MALLFOOD SERVICE AND RETAILFACADE FACES INTERIOR OF MALL A SENSE OF DISCOVERY PLAY: · TIMELESS ADVENTURE OF ALICE IN WONDERLAND GUIDES DESIGN. RABBIT HOLE BOOKS · PATHS TAKE GUESTS THROUGH SCENES FROM THE STORY. · THE ENTRY ACTS IS THE RABBIT HOLE THROUGH WHICH GUESTS ENTER A MAGICAL WORLD.FLOOR PLAN N FACADEPEN, MARKER & PHOTOSHOP PEN & MARKER
  • RABBIT HOLE BOOKS AGES 10-13 PEN & MARKERCASH WRAPPEN & MARKERAGES 6-9PEN & MARKER AGES 3-5 PEN & MARKER
  • CORPORATE IDENTITY: PLAYFUL INNOVATION WITH SERIOUS INTENTION· THE GYM COMMUNICATES THAT THE ORGANIZATION VALUES THE PHYSICAL WELL-BEING OF EMPLOYEES AND ENCOURAGES BICYCLING TO WORK.· OPEN WORK SPACES, PRIVATE OFFICES, CONFERENCE ROOMS, AND IMPROMPTU GATHERING SPACES ADDRESS THE ORGANIZATION’S NATIONAL COMPUTER CO. DIVERSE NEEDS.1ST FLOOR PLAN NAUTOCAD & PHOTOSHOP
  • NATIONAL COMPUTER CO. RECEPTION SKETCHUP & PHOTOSHOP ASID SOUTHERN ARIZONA CHAPTER STUDENT DESIGN EXCELLENCE AWARDS 1ST PLACE COMMERCIAL DESIGN BEST IN SHOW N1ST FLOOR RCPAUTOCAD & PHOTOSHOP
  • · THE CIRCULAR CUT-THROUGH ABOVE THE RECEPTION HIGHLIGHTS THE SECOND FLOOR ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT AS THE HEART OF THE COMPANY. THE DESIGN RADIATES FROM THIS HUB.· THE ADJACENCY OF THE FINANCE DEPARTMENT TO THE EXECUTIVE SUITES ENCOURAGES FREQUENT CHECK-INS AND UPDATES.· THE ADJACENCY OF THE HR DEPARTMENT TO BOTH THE RECEPTION AND THE ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT PROVIDES EASY ACCESS NATIONAL COMPUTER CO. TO POTENTIAL EMPLOYEES WHILE GIVING THEM A TASTE OF THE COMPANY’S SPIRIT.2ND FLOOR PLAN NAUTOCAD & PHOTOSHOP
  • NATIONAL COMPUTER CO. 2ND FLOOR CONFERENCE ROOM SKETCHUP & PHOTOSHOP · THE RADIANT CEILING TILES ENFORCE THE ENERGETIC BURST THAT EXPANDS FROM THE ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT. · THE ENGINEERING CONFERENCE ROOM COMPLETES THE CIRCLE OF THE CUT-THROUGH AND PROVIDES A SEMI-PRIVATE COLLABORATIVE SPACE FOR ENGINEERS. N2ND FLOOR RCPAUTOCAD & PHOTOSHOP
  • TUCSON FEDERAL CREDIT UNIONBANK TRAINING CENTER· INCLUDES TWO TRAINING ROOMS, A SMALL PRE-FUNCTION SPACE, A MANAGER’S OFFICE, AND TWO TRAINEE WORK STATIONS ADJACENT TO AND VISIBLE FROM THE MANAGER’S OFFICE.· FURNITURE AND MATERIAL SELECTIONS LEND A SENSE OF PLAYFUL STUDY.· THE MODULAR PARTITIONS PROVIDE NEEDED SPACE DIVISIONS, WHILE ALLOWING FOR FUTURE CHANGES. PHOTO BY MARIOS SAVVATRAINING ROOM PHOTO BY MARIOS SAVVA TRAINING CENTER PRE-FUNCTIONFISCHER DESIGN STUDIO, TUCSON, ARIZONA FISCHER DESIGN STUDIO, TUCSON, ARIZONA
  • TUCSON FEDERAL CREDIT UNIONBANK MEMBERS SERVICES AND MEMBERS WAIT SPACE· WOOD VENEER PROVIDES A FORMAL ATMOSPHERE NEEDED TO INSPIRE TRUST IN A FINANCIAL INSTITUTION.· THE MODULAR CUBICLES OFFER THE PRIVACY NECESSARY FOR MEMBERS TO FEEL SAFE REVIEWING THEIR FINANCIAL INFORMATION.· THE MODULAR GLASS WALLS FOR PRIVATE OFFICES LEND A SENSE OF TRANSPARENCY FOR BOTH EMPLOYEES AND MEMBERS, WHILE ALLOWING THE MANAGER TO VISUALLY MONITOR BANK ACTIVITY. PHOTO BY MARIOS SAVVA PHOTO BY MARIOS SAVVAMEMBERS SERVICES MEMBERS SERVICES WAITING AREAFISCHER DESIGN STUDIO, TUCSON, ARIZONA FISCHER DESIGN STUDIO, TUCSON, ARIZONA
  • CONCEPT FOR A MEDITERRANEANRESTAURANT· THE LIME GREEN, BEIGE, AND WHITE PALETTE DERIVES FROM THE PISTACHIO CONCEPT.· CLEAN SMOOTH SURFACES SUCH AS ACRYLICS AND RESINS REFLECT THE TEXTURE OF THE SHELL. LINING THE SPACE WITH COUNTERS PROVIDES A SHELL-LIKE PERIMETER AND MAXIMIZES THE USE OF THE SMALL RESTAURANT.· A YOUNG CONTEMPORARY SPACE WITH A RECOGNIZABLE BRAND IDENTITY TO CELEBRATE PAN-MEDITERRANEAN CULTURE. SKETCHUP & PHOTOSHOP PISTACCHIO FLOOR PLAN N SKETCHUP
  • DESIGN PROPOSAL FOR 2ND FLOOR VIP LOUNGE, CASABLANCA RESTAURANT, TUCSON, AZSCOPE OF WORK· DESIGN CONCEPT: ADAPTIVE REUSE OF TUCSON RESIDENCE · PRODUCT AND MATERIAL SELECTION· PRESENTATION DRAWINGS · PRICING AND SHIPPING NEGOTIATION FROM MOROCCO CASABLANCA MARKER, PENCIL & PASTEL MARKER, PENCIL & PASTEL NORTH VIEW FROM WINDOW NFLOOR PLANPEN, MARKER & COLOR PENCIL MARKER, PENCIL & PASTEL
  • DESIGN FEATURES· FOUNTAIN, UTILIZING EXISTING DRAIN FROM FILLED POOL, ADDS TO A MOROCCAN COURTYARD EXPERIENCE.· FIBER OPTICS ENHANCE THE CONCEPT OF THE MOROCCAN COURTYARD BY GIVING THE ILLUSION OF AN OPEN SKY.· MOSHARABI SCREENS PROVIDE SPACE DIVISION AND PRIVACY FOR SEATING, WHICH ADHERES TO TRADITIONAL MOROCCAN SOFA DESIGN.· CENTRAL SPACE CAN BE ADAPTED FOR ADDITIONAL TABLES OR FOR DANCING, WHILE THE REAR OF THE ROOM CAN BE ARRANGED FOR BANDS OR DJS.· LIGHTING, COLOR, FURNISHINGS, MATERIALS, AND LAYOUT SUPPORT THE CONCEPT OF THE MOROCCAN COURTYARD. MARKER, PENCIL & PASTEL CASABLANCAMARKER, PENCIL & PASTEL BAR MARKER, PENCIL & PASTEL
  • NURSING STATION PLAN UMC, TUCSON, AZ · SMALL REST ROOM FOR NURSE CONVENIENCE. · CENTRAL ACCESS TO NOURISHMENT AND PATIENT COMFORT. · EASY CIRCULATION. · COMPLETE SEPARATION OF CLEAN AND DIRTY STORAGE. · EASY ACCESS TO HYGIENE AND CRASH CARTS. RESPIRATORY ICUADJACENCY SCHEMATIC NURSES STATION LAYOUT N NAUTOCAD & INDESIGN AUTOCAD & INDESIGN
  • RENOVATION OF FAMILY MEDICAL PRACTICE, TUCSON, AZ · LAYOUT DIVIDES PUBLIC PATIENT AREAS FROM PRIVATE STAFF AREAS BY PROVIDING SEPARATE ENTRIES, SEPARATE REST ROOMS, AND A BACK OF HOUSE AREA. EL SOL FAMILY PRACTICE · LOCATING THE LAB AND NURSES STATION NEAR THE WAITING ROOM SMOOTHS PATIENT INTAKE AND MAKES BLOOD DRAWS CONVENIENT FOR BOTH NURSES AND PATIENTS. · WITH THE RECEPTION AND GENERAL OFFICE CENTRAL, BOTH PATIENTS AND STAFF HAVE ACCESS TO ADMINISTRATIVE HELP.ADJACENCY SCHEMATIC NAUTOCAD & INDESIGN ADJACENCY MATRIX EXCEL & INDESIGN
  • CABINET DESIGN, SANDPOINT, ID · HALOGEN SPOT-LIGHTS HIGHLIGHT CRYSTALS. · GLASS DRAWER PROTECTORS ALLOW MINERAL DISPLAY WITHIN DRAWERS. CUSTOM FURNITURE MINERAL DISPLAY CABINET HAND DRAFTED
  • BED AND BREAKFAST RENOVATION IN CRAFTSMAN STYLE· WOOD UNDER-STAIR DRAWERS, JAPANESE-INSPIRED WOODEN LANTERNS, PERIOD POTTERY, TILED HEARTH, LEATHER AND WOOL UPHOLSTERY, MORRIS ROCKING CHAIRS, AND STAINED GLASS WINDOWS ACCENTUATE THE HISTORIC CRAFTSMAN ARCHITECTURE OF THE BUILDING. CRAFTSMAN B&BGUEST LOUNGEMARKER
  • · A CURVED TRANSLUCENT RESIN ALLOWS NATURAL LIGHT INTO THE RESTROOM. · WHIMSICAL ACRYLIC LUMINAIRES, A SIMPLE THREE-COLOR PALETTE, AND A CONTEMPORARY TAKE ON BAROQUE STYLE CREATE A PLAYFUL AND ELEGANT EXPERIENCE. N KEY FLOORS 7-9 AUTOCAD & INDESIGN N GUEST ROOM GUEST BATHROOM KEY FLOORS 4-6 SKETCHUP & IRENDER NXT SKETCHUP & IRENDER NXT AUTOCAD & INDESIGN HOTEL TULIP N N N N N GUEST ROOM 2 EXECUTIVE SUITE1AUTOCAD & INDESIGN AUTOCAD & INDESIGN 3 LIBRARY AUTOCAD & INDESIGN 4 ADA ROOM AUTOCAD 5 GUEST AUTOCAD
  • PROJECT DATA: 200,000 SF 10 STORY HOTELLOBBY 2ND FLOOR PLAN NSKETCHUP & IRENDER NXT AUTOCAD HOTEL TULIP · BACK OF HOUSE ACTIVITIES STAY WITHIN THE NW QUADRANT OF HOTEL. · WINDOWS AT CORRIDOR-ENDS ON THE GUEST FLOORS AND RUNNING CORRIDORS ALONG THE EXTERIOR WALLS OF THE SPA AND FITNESS CENTER MAXIMIZE DAYLIGHT. · STRUCTURAL COLUMNS BECOME A FEATURE WITH SCULPTED STYLIZED TULIPS AND BOTH UP AND DOWN LIGHTING. · GUEST FLOORS INCLUDE A LIBRARY AND BUSINESS CENTER, BEVERAGE AREA, AND OVERSIZED ARMCHAIRS ALONG VENTLESS FIREPLACES THAT SPAN THE WIDTH OF THE ROOM. N 1ST FLOOR PLAN AUTOCAD
  • HOTEL TULIP N3RD FLOOR PLANAUTOCADSKETCHUP & IRENDER NXT SKETCHUP & IRENDER NXT
  • · COMMON ARABIC CULTURAL SYMBOLS WILL SPEAK TO THE LARGE ARAB POPULATION IN THE AMERICAN MID-WEST. ARAB WORLD FESTPHOTOSHOP & INDESIGN
  • BOOK CONSTRUCTION FASHION· A POEM IN BOTH ENGLISH AND ARABIC. · MATERIALS ONLY FROM FULL CIRCLE OFFICE FURNITURE· SPEAKS OF THE LOVE OF BAGHDAD, WHICH HAD RECENTLY UNDERGONE AN EVENING GOWN COMPLETE WITH HEADPIECE, FAN, UNDER AND OVER SKIRTS, MAJOR DESTRUCTION. JUXTAPOSITION OF THE TENDERNESS POEM WITH SEPARATE BODICE, AND NECKLACE. THE HARSHNESS OF WAR. · WON BEST IN SHOW, FEATURED AT THE PHOENIX NEIMAN MARCUS, AT THE IIDA· THE COVER RESEMBLES CORRUGATED METAL, WHILE STEEL NAILS BOTH HEADQUARTERS IN CHICAGO, AND INTERIOR DESIGN ONLINE MAGAZINE. BINDING AND FASTEN. COUTURE & BOOK IIDA SW COUTURE 2010 IIDA SW COUTURE 2010 VENEER, UPHOLSTERY, PULLS BEST IN SHOW BILINGUAL & MULTIDIRECTIONAL BOOK NAILS, RIBBON, GLUE, DOUBLE-SIDED TAPE