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  • SERENA ZANELLO
    PORTFOLIO 2009_architecture
  • The merK – Restaurant San diego , CA 2007/09
  • The merK – Restaurant San diego , CA 2007/09
  • Il postino – Restaurant San diego , CA 2009
  • Cloverleaf– Coffee/Bakery Los angeles, CA 2009
  • Aja – Restaurant Atlanta, Georgia, fall 2008
    ASIA . SEXY . YOUNG. EMOTIONAL . UNIQUE . INTIMATE.
  • Aja – Restaurant Atlanta, Georgia, fall 2008
  • Jewelery store San diego , CA concept design 2008
  • Jewelery store San diego , CA concept design 2008
  • BNY yogurt store Encino Los Angeles , CA -’07
  • BNY yogurt store Encino (renderings) Los Angeles -’07
  • Interior proposal for W condos- coordinate image – website- 3d models for W HOTEL (Scottsdale- AZ) -’07
  • Proposal for Condos (3 store) San Diego (CA)
  • THE KEATING HOTEL San Diego CA’05-’07
    (San Diego CA):
    Interior design of a boutique Hotel from the original design concept to the branding of all printed materials and collateral.
    The project started with a deep analysis of all the top luxury hotels in the world to understand what people desire.
    The historical research about San Diego, the Gaslamp Quarter, and the building itself.
    The original idea was to create a very contemporary design, (essential, emotional, elegant and technological) keeping some elements from the past ( bricks, stairs, details). Also to create a flush space by removing the existence of interior walls in each room.
    The choice of colors were deliberately chosen:
    Red – reminder of ferrari colors and also represents the color of passion and emotion
    Steel - represents technology
    Black - represents elegance
  • THE KEATING HOTEL San Diego CA’05-’07
    FIRST OBJECTIVE
    “the Keating is a statement of our time, combining the highest level of expressive Italian Design with sophisticated and personalized service.
    The Keating defines a new standard for lifestyle hotels worldwide. In the Pininfarina tradition, the environment is characterized by pure, clean,
    ergonomic design, where breathtaking form meets function in every possible detail. What remains is the essential, but not the minimal.
    The use of materials, colors and lighting combine to give a warm welcoming atmosphere to all of our guests.
    Modern Italian Design is punctuated by the use of historical details. The result is a unique emotional experience -a catalyst for the imagination.”
  • THE KEATING HOTEL San Diego CA’05-’07
    LOBBY
    The logo for the hotel was created to mirror a portal. The outside of the building is very historic and has the characteristics of the style of architecture from 100 years ago. As one walks thru this portal, they travel thru a span of time from a historical building to a futuristic, innovative, emotional and technological use of space. Aspects of this logo are found throughout the property from the entrance in the lobby to public bathrooms, guestrooms, etc.
  • THE KEATING HOTEL San Diego CA’05-’07
    ROOMS
    A contemporary interpretation and testament to style and design that is visually striking yet inviting and warm. The rooms are conceived without interior walls to create a new interpretation of space, taking away the traditional division of the warm and wet zones (defined as the bedroom and bathroom)
  • MINUS 1 LOUNGE San Diego CA’05-’07
    As with the entrance to the lounge the predominant colour is red, creating a rich passionate atmosphere. The walls are punctuated by peeks to the original brick and stone , showing the heritage of the building. The bar has a high-tech feel and is made entirely from aluminum and steel. The social area changes from day to night with the help of the lighting and curtains which unroll from the ceiling to create a more private atmosphere.
  • CONCEPT SKYSCRAPER San Diego CA ’05-’06
    CONCEPT:
    Design a 49 story luxury condo sky scraper. Two floors on ground level to be used as retail space, followed by four floors of garage space, 39 floors of apartment units, and last 10 floors as 5 sections of duplex units.
    Every apartment has large terraces with a beautiful view on the bay and the San Diego urban skyline.
    A metal structure with green/red heather run on the building thru the terraces up to the penthouse.
    The penthouse is a big villa with two levels, a swimming pool and green terraces.
  • CONCEPT SKYSCRAPER San Diego CA ’05-’06
    Heather
  • APARTAMENT KOEMA San paolo (Brazil) ’04
    CONCEPT:
    Design concept for a luxury apartment of a condo sky scraper
    Target: young affluent couples wanting a truly intimate and private setting
    Each floor is occupied by an apartment (400/800 mq) serviced by a elevator
    Open space (public space) with the kitchen, living room, large terrace and one office
    distributed on 2 different levels
    Private space, one bedroom with mezzanine, service room, guest room and bathroom with jacuzzi.
  • TESI DI LAUREA IN ARCHITETTURA Politecnico di Torino, Italy ‘03
    Concept:
    “Exhibit Design and Product Communication: Communicate Pininfarina Extra” in cooperation with Pininfarina Extra Srl.
    Pictorial of how a product design comes to life in the world of Pininfarina
    Fase 1 – Analysis of Exhibit design in the world
    Fase 2 – Analysis of Pininfarina ’s products and design process
    Fase 3 – First proposals for a flexible technological unique show room
    Fase 4 – “Isolarocciosa” proposal for a show room flexible and technological ( the rocks of the island symbolized the phases of the Pininfarina extra show room)
    Fase 5 – Project: final proposal for Pininfarina extra show room
  • SERENA ZANELLO
    PORTFOLIO 2009_product design
  • BAG HOOK Los angeles ,CA ‘09
  • KEATING HOTEL FURNITURES San Diego ,CA ‘07
    BAR and STOOLS
    BED / DESK/ CARPET
    SINKS
    ARMCHAIRS / COFFEE TABLE / BENCHES
    DESK / BENCH /LONG CHAIR / BAR
  • GORENJE Torino (Italy) ‘05
    Line of household appliances (Fridge/freezer, built in oven, electric cooker).
    The new line Gorenje- Pininfarina stemmed from the need to create a new product defined by simplicity with technological properties throughout.
    Quality- technology- elegance are unified by 3 elements: attention of materials like steel and glass, the use of new technology, and use of clean lines.
    These Household appliances become an integral part of the living zone where the design can be easily adaptable in any space of the home.
    The Gorenje line has functional features so that its sole use is not for the traditional kitchen. Walls can now be eliminated to open up the space and have the Gorenje line blend with the rest of the home.
  • Project of 12 pair of safety shoes.
    3 lines: for young people, one more elegant, one more technical.
    project based on attention of foot ergonomics. (attention to materials and to user needs)
    I made these products during my work at Pininfarina Extra s.r.l. (2003/2005)
    3M SAFETY SHOES Torino (Italy) ‘05
  • TOOFBRUSH _ CONCEPT Torino (Italy) ‘06
    Project of a new type of toothbrush using the metal as a new material.
    Attention to the ergonomics and the functionality of the product.
    Create a toothbrush more elegant for a high target market.
    Fusion of plastic and metal to create a contemporary toothbruch.
    The metal is on the outside at the handle and fuses into the plastic toward the head of the toothbrush.
    The plastic is on the outside at the head of the toothbrush and fuses into the metal towards the handle.
  • SNAIDERO Torino (Italy) ‘05‘06
    Project of renovating and redesigning the details of the “ola”, ”Idea”, and “Venus” kitchen lines by Pininfarina.
    Redesigned handles, back of kitchen, closet for fridge, built-in oven and microwave, island-table/cooker, and angle version of the Venus kitchen
    Study of image of a new space made with new snaidero’s product
    Venus by Pininfarina
  • SNAIDERO Torino (Italy) ‘05‘06
    Redesigned handles, back of kitchen, island-table/cooker for “Ola “ kitchen
    Ola by Pininfarina
  • TORCH - WINTER OLYMPIC GAMES concept Torino (Italy) ’05 ‘06
    Olympic Torch for the Games in Turin in 2006
    Awarded 2nd place finish to the actual torch used
    The design of the torch is inspired from what Italy is known for: fashion, emotion, and passion.
    This torch is made with a curved sheet of metal that represents the fashion/fabric of Italy.
    When the torch is lit the fire plays within these curves.
  • SERENA ZANELLO
    PORTFOLIO 2009_graphic
  • Ctrl-arch ID ‘09
  • Ctrl-arch ID_concept ‘09
  • Ctrl-arch ID_concept ‘09
  • Dentist kelly ID ‘09
  • CULTWORK_Concord watch ‘09
  • CULTWORK_Concord watch ‘09
  • CULTWORK_Concord watch ‘09
  • CULTWORK_Rinspeed ‘09
  • WMC fabiano Bion DJ Miami FL‘09
  • Kartera Corporate ID san Diego CA‘08
  • Wine label san Diego CA‘08
  • KEATING HOTEL corporate ID san Diego CA’05-’07
    I created all the graphics following the basic concepts of the project. UNIQUE > EMOTIONAL > ELEGANT > ESSENTIAL
    All the graphic materials are based on the logo of the hotel, a vertical rectangle with smooth round corners that simply represents the concept of the logo – a portal
    This portal is the passage from the historical exterior of the building to the futuristic interior design and aspects of this logo are represented in the lobby and in the lounge.
    The color palette for all the graphics materials for the hotel: RED – passion BLACK – elegance STEEL - technology
    In most of the graphics the logo is characterized by a die cut and the logo is often foiled (brighter and more important) In this way the end user gets the feeling of traveling thru space and time
    The die cut is also a unique element, something that create emotions (curiosity, interest)
    Each piece of collateral created has something particular: the die cut, the color (aluminum), the finishes (envelopes) , the smooth corners, the size, etc
    Envelope: red foil
    Stationary: silver
    Busissness cards: front black and red back with a die cut
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  • KEATING HOTEL corporate ID san Diego CA’05-’07
    Silver/red postcard
    Red envelope.
  • Press kit
    Brochure with 4 pages
    The last page is cut to insert a
    busissness card and/or stationary
  • KEATING HOTEL corporate ID san Diego CA’05-’07
    Bag
    Menuminibar
    In dining service
    Blank note card
    Gift certificate
    Handle
    Green card
    Let us the dishes card
    Key card
    Map/info
    Invitation
    Label
    Phoneplate
    Pin
    Recruiting card
    Sleepers
    Spa brochure
    T-shirt
    Invitation
    Banner
    Adv
    Graphic for:
    intimacy/aid kit
    umbrella
    Camera
    Carpets
    Keychain
    Exterior and interior signs
  • KEATING HOTEL corporate ID san Diego CA’05-’07
    944 MAGAZINE DEC 07
    944 MAGAZINE JAN 08
  • JADE THEATER gift certificate san Diego CA 2008
  • ROUGH SNOWBOARDSTorino (Italy) ‘06
    Graphics for Rough Snowboard (Italian line)
    Each snowboard tells us a story:
    • Lipstick about the useless objects women keep in their purse
    • Easy money about the financial problems of the world
    • Inner child about a boy who never stopped to dream
    • Flying thoughts about freedom
    • Sex appeal about a sexy story
  • LOGOS AND PRINTED MATERIALS‘08
  • LOGOS AND PRINTED MATERIALS‘06
    Logo/business card concept for a company who organizes events and party for a very highend clientel
  • LOGOS AND PRINTED MATERIALS‘08
  • LOGOS AND PRINTED MATERIALS‘06
  • T SHIRTS ‘08