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2010 Interior Design Portfolio

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This portfolio showcases a variety of skills and experience gained throughout my schooling in the BAA Interior Design program at Humber Institute of Technology & Advanced Learning.

This portfolio showcases a variety of skills and experience gained throughout my schooling in the BAA Interior Design program at Humber Institute of Technology & Advanced Learning.

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  • 1. Charissa Williams’ Design Portfolio
  • 2. Conceptual Thinking Visual Connection Technical Representation Theory to Reality Contents
  • 3. Muskoka Cabin Project Group Members: So Jung Yoo & Charissa Williams CAD by Charissa Williams Date: 2008 Concept: Balance Between Contradictory Forces Concept Statement: Female body balancing family and career The concept is portrayed through the separation of public and private spaces. The public space is located on the lower, circu- Conceptual Thinking lar area of the space, meanwhile the private space is located on the upper more linear area. The two spaces are connected by a curved and slanted glass atrium. These three areas are representing the everyday hectic lifestyle of the client through the balancing of two important elements.
  • 4. All of the public functions are located on the main level radiating outwards from the core of the site (the living room). The living room space is a central focal entity that visually connects the lower public area to the upper private space. View from the kitchen to the warm and open living room space. Muskoka Cabin Project CAD by Charissa Williams Rendering by SoJung Yoo Model by SoJung Yoo & Charissa Williams Conceptual Thinking
  • 5. All of the private areas are located on the second level, having a more structured organization to enhance the relationship between the View from the driveway to the contradicting forces. Views down into the living room are amplified the in main entrance of the cabin. The main hallway. central living room is highlighted by the steel and glass structural connection. Muskoka Cabin Project CAD by Charissa Williams Rendering by SoJung Yoo Model by SoJung Yoo & Charissa Williams Conceptual Thinking
  • 6. Group Members: So Jung Yoo, Aubrey Meinardi, Martina Graham, & Charissa Williams Exterior Perspective by Charissa Williams Date: Fall 2009 Concept: Breath Project: Lyantonde, Uganda Media: Pen, Marker, Pencil Crayon Visual Connection
  • 7. Queen Street West: Retail Shop Visual Connection Poster by Charissa Williams Concept: Purification Concept Statement: Purity in the Waterfall Media: Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Photoshop, Hand Drawn Vignettes
  • 8. Queen Street West: Retail Shop Visual Connection Façade Elevation by Charissa Williams Concept: Purification Concept Statement: Purity in the Waterfall Media: Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Photoshop
  • 9. Humber Studio & Gallery Design Visual Connection Poster by Charissa Williams Concept: Reconnection Concept Statement: Reconnecting an isolated hub of learning to the community and to the world Media: Google SketchUP, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Photoshop
  • 10. Main angular entrance into space Design studio space with focal teaching space Focal teaching space Main entrance into space & into connecting hallway Computer workstation Secondary angular entrance into space Humber Studio & Gallery Design Computer workstation area looking into studio Visual Connection Images by Charissa Williams Concept: Reconnection Concept Statement: Reconnecting an isolated hub of learning to the community and to the world Media: Google SketchUP
  • 11. Focal Area Inniskillin Winery Project Group Members: So Jung Yoo, Martina Graham, Sukaina Ebrahim & Charissa Williams CAD by Charissa Williams Date: December 2008 *NOTE: all drawings are for viewing pur- Concept: Crossing Borders poses only. Drawings are not to noted Technical Representation
  • 12. *NOTE: all drawings are for viewing purposes only. Drawings are not to noted scale size. Inniskillin Winery Project Technical Representation CAD by Charissa Williams Rendering by SoJung Yoo
  • 13. Bar Detail Scale: N/A *NOTE: all drawings are for viewing purposes only. Drawings are not to noted scale size. Inniskillin Winery Project Technical Representation CAD by Charissa Williams
  • 14. *NOTE: all drawings are for viewing purposes only. Drawings are not to noted scale size. Inniskillin Winery Project Technical Representation CAD by Charissa Williams
  • 15. *NOTE: all drawings are for viewing purposes only. Drawings are not to noted scale size. Inniskillin Winery Project Technical Representation CAD by Charissa Williams
  • 16. *NOTE: all drawings are for viewing purposes only. Draw- ings are not Inniskillin Winery Project to noted scale size. Technical Representation CAD by Charissa Williams
  • 17. Main programmatic requirements for this project included:  A main broadcast area to replace the current conversational piece (shown in the picture below).  A new satellite area which would be utilized by quick news or weather reports. The picture to the left shows the location of this proposed space.  An extra alternative one on one conversational area for more personal interviews and discussions. Cable 14 Set prior to design and renovation. Cable 14 Studio Design By: Charissa Williams Pictures by Charissa Williams Date: Summer 2009 Project Synopsis: The goal of this project was to design a continuous mobile set. Pieces were required to visually flow into one another with the ability to be separately adjusted, removed, or reconfigured. Areas must portray a distinctly different atmosphere in order Theory to Reality to allow for variation in studio broadcasting locations. The "layer wall" was inspired by the different communities that make up the greater city of Hamilton; the "wooden wave wall" was inspired by the nearby lake- connecting Hamilton to other cities, such as Toronto; and the "steel" grid was inspired by Hamilton as a Steel City.
  • 18. Overall Floor Plan Scale: N/A Cable 14 Studio Design CAD by Charissa Williams Rendering by Charissa Williams Pictures by Charissa Williams Theory to Reality
  • 19. Wave Wall Elevation Scale: N/A Cable 14 Studio Design CAD by Charissa Williams Rendering by Charissa Williams Pictures by Charissa Williams Theory to Reality
  • 20. Metal Wall Scale: N/A Metal Wall Elevation Scale: N/A Cable 14 Studio Design CAD by Charissa Williams Rendering by Charissa Williams Pictures by Charissa Williams Theory to Reality
  • 21. Charissa Williams Junior Interior Designer BAA Interior Design, ARIDO charissanwilliams@hotmail.com Thank You.

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