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  • 612.247.6451 kboenigk0011@gmail.comKARENA M. BOENIGK
  • Good design is for all.Dare to dream...of a day where...the run down neighborhood store front is welcoming to guests and supports the local economya non-profit succeeding through better function, aesthetics, and space planningan individual labeled with a disability is empowered and no longer feels like a victim in their own homesustainable practice in design as second nature, not checked off a list as a reminder.public interest design is of public interest.Dare to make dreams reality. That is what I will do for YOU. And For ALL.DARE. DREAM. DESIGN.
  • DESIGN FOR ALL RESUME SENIOR THESIS : SWEDE HOLLOW HEALTHCARE CLINIC KARENA M. BOENIGK 6,500 SQ FT LIMITATIONOBJECTIVE STUDY ABROADAs a designer I will increase profitability, motivate others, and exceed expectations by igniting my passion for furniture LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTUREdesign through my extensive computer program knowledge, highly developed communication skills, and authentic abil-ity to adapt. CHI GARDENPRESENTATION AND MARKETING GRAPHICS, GUEST SERVICE, AND TEACHING CULTURALLY SENSITIVE• Secretary, University of Minnesota Student Interior Design Association, May 2011 - May 2012 Graphic Designer, Wincraft Inc., Winona, Minnesota, July 1998 - April 2001 RESIDENTIAL HOUSING• Speaker, University of Minnesota College of Design “Sneak Preview” August 2011 Art Teacher, Young Rembrandts, Minnetonka, MInnesota, August 2003 - September 2005• Interior Designer, University of Minnesota Display Case Design Mentor, August 2011- May 2012 Free-lance Designer/Artist , Home Organizer, Space Planner, Graphic Designer, Muralist, June 1996 - HAND RENDERING/AUTOCAD• Graphic Designer/Editor, ASID Headquarters Renovation Project Book, expected print date September 2012 Present• Blogger, 2011 Taipei Design Event, Minnesota Design Divas Team Trainer, Target , September 2005-May 2010 REGENT SENIOR LIVING• Student Member, IIDA, ASID, NEWH, UMSIDA HONORS AND AWARDS EVIDENCE BASED DESIGNEDUCATION • Intereum SAYL Chair Design Contest , First Place Winner FOCUS ON WELLNESSBachelors of Applied Science, Interior Design, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota, 2012 • Odegard Scholarship in Design Recipient, August 2011Young Designers Certificate, Landscape Architecture, Fu Yen Catholic University, Taipei, Taiwan 2011 • Solovich Scholarship Recipient, August 2011Associate of Applied Science, Graphic Design, Western Technical College, La Crosse, Wisconsin, 1998 • Minnesota Workforce Center Interior Design Scholarship Recipient, August 2008 -May 2012 ASID OFFICE • Minnesota Workforce Center Achievement Award Recipient, August 2007 GROUP COLLABORATIONSKILLSAdvanced: Hand-rendering and Drafting, Auto Cad, Adobe Suite, Corel, Google Sketch-Up, Microsoft Office COMMUNITY COMMITMENT BRANDING AND IDENTITYIntermediate: Revit • Build self esteem through teaching adults with disabilities expressive arts education • Founder and Group Facilitator of W.E.T.T.E.A. (Women Empowering Themselves through Expressive Arts)INTERIORS • Provide organization and companionship to the elderly FLIRT RETAIL DESIGNUndergraduate Teaching Assistant, May 2010 - May 2012 • NEWH North Central Chapter TRADE SHOW 2013 Committee member EDMUND’S COFFEE SHOPCollege of Design, St. Paul, Minnesota EXPLORATION IN VOLUME• Prepared over 3,000 pieces for Council for Interior Design Accreditation visit• Generated global interest administrating Interior Design | University of Minnesota Facebook Page• Drafted new floor plans, designs and implements updated signs, enhancing usability and aesthetics GRAPHIC DESIGN• Managed Material Library, building relationships with over 60 contacts to keep updated product selections• Formed independently “Resource Library” leading to over 700 books developing a plan and identifying donors WALLCOVERING SKETCHINGInterior Design Intern and Research Assistant June 2011- September 2011Shelter Architecture + Design, Minneapolis, Minnesota• Gained commercial experience through space planning, furniture and product specification PRODUCT DESIGN• Calculated and prepared financial documentation including purchase orders for clients LIGHTING DESIGN• Expanded invaluable knowledge about Meditation Rooms, Aging in Place, and Pocket Parks• Attended, observed, contributed to client and contractor meetings ATTENTION RESTORATION THEORY• Strengthened Auto CAD skills by designing furniture/floor plans from concept to final construction documentsInterior Design Intern, April 2010 - November of 2010 CHILDREN’S THEATERLucy Interior Design, Minneapolis, Minnesota FURNITURE DESIGN• Collaborated with designers building client base by creating supportive materials boards CSA OFFICE• Created renderings, innovative promotional material, designs and maintains blog• Applied highly developed graphic design and illustration skills• Organized and maintained records utilizing self starter attitude• Aided in increased furniture and lighting sales though exceptional communication and selective aesthetic KARENA M. BOENIGK kboenigk0011@gmail.com
  • NURTURE BY STEELCASE The feature stair brings in light and reflects new- ness and hope for the future Goal 1 Create wellness in oneself and ones community Goal 2 Create connections in oneself and ones community Goal 3 Create awareness in all forms of medi- cal treatment and how a combination of these create wellness in oneself and ones community. Collaborative work stations have a sense of privacy, yet allow for views of all angles SENIOR THESIS HEALTHCARE 6,500 SQUARE FEET (LIMITATION)The eclectic and vibrant Swede Hollow Clinic empowers patients and caretakers alike by creating supportive connectionsthrough a common purpose. A soulful bond to oneself and ones environment is achieved by layering light and pathways reflec-tive of the neighborhood’s identity. A sensible, yet rich and complex space transforms and embraces the individual positively.Spaces of reflection, fascination, meditation, and connection will use variety, repetition, visual cues to carry one to wellness.
  • DESIGN FOR ALL RESUME SWEDE HOLLOW HEALTHCARE CLINIC 6,500 SQ FT LIMITATION STUDY ABROAD LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE CHI GARDEN CULTURALLY SENSITIVE RESIDENTIAL HOUSING HAND RENDERING/AUTOCAD REGENT SENIOR LIVING EVIDENCE BASED DESIGN FOCUS ON WELLNESS ASID OFFICE GROUP COLLABORATION BRANDING AND IDENTITY FLIRT RETAIL DESIGN EDMUND’S COFFEE SHOP EXPLORATION IN VOLUME GRAPHIC DESIGN WALLCOVERING SKETCHING PRODUCT DESIGN LIGHTING DESIGN ATTENTION RESTORATION THEORY CHILDREN’S THEATER FURNITURE DESIGN CSA OFFICEThe floor plan is dynamic and creates a sense of mysteryand intrigue. Honest use of materials such as brick, and at-tention restoration theory applied through art and livingwall by DIRTT brings authenticity to the space. KARENA M. BOENIGK kboenigk0011@gmail.com
  • Attention Restoration Theory Application ␣ Artwork (positive dis- traction) ␣ Views to nature, Natural elements (i.e., wood) and soft fabrics ␣ Calming color pal- ette with pops of vi- brant, energetic color or colors that reflect nature ␣ Higher ceilings to promote freedom and spaciousness (need acoustical treat- ment), could bring in more daylighting (pg 155 Senior Thesis research 2012 Univer- sity of Minnesota)The coffered ceiling details, the Breath Wall from DIRTT,lighting, art, and vibrant materials bring a sense of unityand sense of depth. We a have our own diffreent sidesto our selves and this design successfully is relatable toclients and caregivers alike. Security is addressed throughan additonal reception near libary and limited access toclinic area of the building.
  • DESIGN FOR ALL RESUME SWEDE HOLLOW HEALTHCARE CLINIC 6,500 SQ FT LIMITATION STUDY ABROAD LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE CHI GARDEN CULTURALLY SENSITIVE RESIDENTIAL HOUSING HAND RENDERING/AUTOCAD REGENT SENIOR LIVING EVIDENCE BASED DESIGN FOCUS ON WELLNESS ASID OFFICE GROUP COLLABORATION BRANDING AND IDENTITY FLIRT RETAIL DESIGN EDMUND’S COFFEE SHOP EXPLORATION IN VOLUME GRAPHIC DESIGN WALLCOVERING SKETCHING PRODUCT DESIGN LIGHTING DESIGNATTENTION RESTORATION THEORY CHILDREN’S THEATER FURNITURE DESIGN CSA OFFICE KARENA M. BOENIGK kboenigk0011@gmail.com
  • SchematicsTECHNOLOGY TRANSFORMS THETRADITIONAL HEALING GARDEN50 YEARS FROM NOW SKETCH UP MODEL: NEW SEATING DESIGN PROVIDES RESPECT FOR LOCAL TRADITIONSIN THE INTENSE, YOUNG DESIGNERS WORK-SHOP, IN TAIPEI, TAIWAN,“CONSTRUCTINGLIVING SPACES FOR ELDERS 50 YEARS FROMNOW,” AN INTERDISCIPLINARY INTERNA-TIONAL STUDENT BODY DEVELOPED SEVER-AL DESIGN SOLUTIONS LED BY CHUNG HSUNWU, DA VISION DESIGN; WEN SHAN HUANG,ASSISTANT PROFESSOR, FYU; BONNY SLATER,PERKINS+WILL, WASHINGTON DC. WE ASKEDOURSELVES THREE QUESTIONS: WHAT COM-PRISES WONDERFUL SPACES FOR THE EL-DERLY? WHAT TECHNOLOGY WILL BE USEDTO ATTEND TO OUR AGING BODIES? HOW ISDESIGNING FOR THE FUTURE, NOT JUST PRES-ENT DAY, SO IMPERATIVE? VERTICAL GARDENS ARE AN IMPORTANT PART OF THE LOCAL LANDSCAPE AND EM-DESIGN TEAM: ULATE EFFICIENCY IN DESIGN.KARENA BOENIGK, UNITED STATESESTHER YEN, HONG KONG
  • MENGJIA PARK IS THE DESIGN FOR ALLLARGEST GATHERING PLACE FOR RESUMETHE ELDERLY IN TAIPEI, TAIWAN. THISBEAUTIFUL PLACE IS ADJACENT TO SENIOR THESIS : SWEDE HOLLOWTHE 4,000 YEAR OLD LUNG SHAN HEALTHCARE CLINICTEMPLE. SENIORS GAMBLE, EAT,REST, PLAY CHINESE CHESS, AND 6,500 SQ FT LIMITATIONSELL GOODS. AS ANTHROPOLO-GISTS AND DESIGNERS, STUDYING STUDY ABROADHUMANS AND HOW THE INTERACT LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTUREIN THEIR ENVIRONMENT IS PARA- CHI GARDENMOUNT TO GOOD DESIGN. CULTURALLY SENSITIVE RESIDENTIAL HOUSING HAND RENDERING/AUTO CAD REGENT SENIOR LIVING EVIDENCE BASED DESIGN FOCUS ON WELLNESS ASID OFFICE GROUP COLLABORATION BRANDING AND IDENTITY FLIRT RETAIL DESIGN EDMUND’S COFFEE SHOP EXPLORATION IN VOLUME GRAPHIC DESIGN WALLCOVERING SKETCHING PRODUCT DESIGN LIGHTING DESIGN ATTENTION RESTORATION THEORY CHILDREN’S THEATER FURNITURE DESIGN CSA OFFICE FINAL SCHEMATIC POSTER 100 CM X 100 CM PRESENTED TO INTERNATIONAL FEDERATION OF INTERIOR DESIGNERS, KARENA M. BOENIGK WORLD INTERIORS FOR THE NEXT GENERATION, TAIPEI DESIGN EXPO, AND IDA CONGRESS IN TAIPEI, TAIWAN. kboenigk0011@gmail.com
  • VIEWS AND PATHWAYS TO 2,000 SQ FT LIMITATION FAMILY KEY SOMALI AND MAINSTREAM HOUSING PROJECT. RESIDENTIAL HOME BUILT FROM PLACES FOR THE GROUND UP EMPHASIZES UNDER- REFLECTION STANDING OF CROSS-CULTURAL DESIGN, SUSTAINABLE ATTRIBUTES, 3D MODELING, PRIVACY HAND RENDERING, AND FURNITURE DE- SIGN. WATER HAS A CALMING EFFECT BAKING BREAD REQUIRES DOUBLE OVENSCONCEPT DEVELOPMENT WITH RACHEL DREWITZ, DESIGN OF SOMALI RESIDENCE AND ALL DRAWINGS SEEN HERE: INDIVIDUAL
  • DESIGN FOR ALL PRAYER MODEL RESUME MULTIFUNCTIONAL FURNITURE CUSTOM BUILT-IN BUNK BED/PLAY AREA SENIOR THESIS : SWEDE HOLLOW FOR CHILDREN’S HEALTHCARE CLINIC ROOM 6,500 SQ FT LIMITATION STUDY ABROAD LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE CHI GARDEN CULTURALLY SENSITIVESECOND FLOOR RESIDENTIAL HOUSINGMAIN FLOOR HAND RENDERING/AUTOCAD SOMALIA REGENT SENIOR LIVING EVIDENCE BASED DESIGN FOCUS ON WELLNESS ASID OFFICE GROUP COLLABORATION BRANDING AND IDENTITY FLIRT RETAIL DESIGN EDMUND’S COFFEE SHOP EXPLORATION IN VOLUMESITE PLAN GRAPHIC DESIGN WALLCOVERINGAMOUNT OF OUTDOORSPACE SHOULD EQUAL SKETCHINGINDOOR SPACE PRODUCT DESIGNGEOMETRY IS FAMILIAR LIGHTING DESIGNAND PLEASING TO THE EYE ATTENTION RESTORATION THEORYBUILT-IN STORAGE KEYTO EXTENDED FAMILY UNIT CHILDREN’S THEATER FURNITURE DESIGNSET BACK IS GREATER CSA OFFICEPOSSIBILITY FOR GENDERSEPARATION IF NEEDED KARENA M. BOENIGK kboenigk0011@gmail.com
  • Product Details - Print Page 9/24/11 6:00 PM - Mandala REGENT SENIOR LIVING FACILITY company: Asha Carpets product description: MANDALA - is a round hand-knotted rug inspired by Tibetan Thanka depicting forms of VIEW POINTS ARE AT THE CORE OF THIS DESIGN. EV- clouds and wind. Entire rug is kept in shades of coral red with turquoise, blue, silver and gold outlines. All colors of outlines are woven in pure silk, and coral reds are pure high land wool. MANDALA is available in custom colors and sizes. ERYWHERE YOU LOOK THERE IS SOMETHING INTER- Regent Senior Living ESTING TO SEE. EACH MEMBER OF THE SECONDARY PRODUCT CATEGORIES: HOUSING UNITS HAS ACCESS TO A SALON, WELLNESS FLOORING - Rugs & Mats: Area Rugs, Handmade > FLOORING - Rugs & Mats: Custom Rugs > MARKET SEGMENTS: CENTER, JUICE BAR, COCKTAIL/FIREPLACE ROOM, AND Hospitality > Office > Residential > MUCH, MUCH MORE. UNIQUE ARTWORK FOUND IN STYLE SEGMENTS: BUILT-IN NICHES ARE PLEASING TO THE EYE, AS Product Details - Print Page Contemporary > 9/24/11 6:00 PM notes: Modern > WELL AS RADIAL SHAPES IN CEILING DE- Product Details - Print Page - - 9/24/11 6:00 PM Mandala TAILS AND HALLWAY ARCHES. Mandala company: Asha Carpets company: Asha Carpets product description: product description: MANDALA - is a round hand-knotted rug inspired by Tibetan Thanka depicting forms of clouds and wind. Entire rug is kept in shades of coral red with turquoise, blue, silver and gold outlines. All colors of outlines are woven in pure silk, and coral reds are pure high land wool. MANDALA is available in custom colors and sizes. MANDALA - is a round hand-knotted rug inspired by Tibetan Thanka depicting forms of clouds and wind. Entire rug is kept in shades of coral red with turquoise, blue, silver PRODUCT CATEGORIES: and gold outlines. All colors of outlines are woven in pure silk, and coral reds are pure FLOORING - Rugs & Mats: Area Rugs, Handmade > high land wool. MANDALA is available in custom colors and sizes. FLOORING - Rugs & Mats: Custom Rugs > MARKET SEGMENTS: Hospitality > Office > Residential > STYLE SEGMENTS: Contemporary > Modern > notes: PRODUCT CATEGORIES: FLOORING - Rugs & Mats: Area Rugs, Handmade > FLOORING - Rugs & Mats: Custom Rugs > MARKET SEGMENTS: Hospitality > Office > Residential > Product Details - Print Page 9/24/11 6:00 PM STYLE SEGMENTS: - Contemporary > Modern > Mandala company: Asha Carpets notes: product description: MANDALA - is a round hand-knotted rug inspired by Tibetan Thanka depicting forms of clouds and wind. Entire rug is kept in shades of coral red with turquoise, blue, silver and gold outlines. All colors of outlines are woven in pure silk, and coral reds are pure high land wool. MANDALA is available in custom colors and sizes. PRODUCT CATEGORIES: FLOORING - Rugs & Mats: Area Rugs, Handmade > FLOORING - Rugs & Mats: Custom Rugs > MARKET SEGMENTS: Hospitality > Office > Residential > STYLE SEGMENTS: Contemporary > Modern > notes: http://goto.interiordesign.net/PrintProductDetails.aspx?ProductID=14011&CoID=3585326 Page 1 of 1 Empowerment Taking the road less traveled Connection Nature brings a sense of homehttp://goto.interiordesign.net/PrintProductDetails.aspx?ProductID=14011&CoID=3585326 Page 1 of 1 Engaging Diversity Family and community encourages growth http://goto.interiordesign.net/PrintProductDetails.aspx?ProductID=14011&CoID=3585326 Page 1 of 1 3D MODEL PROCESS WORK 3D MODEL PROCESS WORK http://goto.interiordesign.net/PrintProductDetails.aspx?ProductID=14011&CoID=3585326 Page 1 of 1 Our Mission Connection. Community. Family. Home. Regent Senior Living helps preserve each of these life-affirming essentials. Our goal is to em- power individuals to live richer fuller lives so whatever accommodations of level of care you or your loved on may require, you’ll find them right here; along with peace of mind knowing you’ve chosen a retirement community that provides for every stage of life.
  • DESIGN FOR ALL RESUME SENIOR THESIS : SWEDE HOLLOW HEALTHCARE CLINIC 6,500 SQ FT LIMITATION STUDY ABROAD LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE CHI GARDEN CULTURALLY SENSITIVE RESIDENTIAL HOUSING HAND RENDERING/AUTOCAD REGENT SENIOR LIVING EVIDENCE BASED DESIGN FOCUS ON WELLNESS ASID OFFICE GROUP COLLABORATION BRANDING AND IDENTITY FLIRT RETAIL DESIGN EDMUND’S COFFEE SHOP EXPLORATION IN VOLUME LOBBY/RECEPTIONRECEPTION/MAIL ROOM GRAPHIC DESIGN WALLCOVERING THE REGENT SKETCHING FIREPLACE ROOM PRODUCT DESIGN LIGHTING DESIGN ATTENTION RESTORATION THEORY CHILDREN’S THEATER FURNITURE DESIGN CSA OFFICE KARENA M. BOENIGK kboenigk0011@gmail.com
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  • DESIGN FOR ALL RESUME SENIOR THESIS : SWEDE HOLLOW HEALTHCARE CLINIC 6,500 SQ FT LIMITATION STUDY ABROAD LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE CHI GARDEN CULTURALLY SENSITIVE RESIDENTIAL HOUSING HAND RENDERING/AUTOCAD REGENT SENIOR LIVING EVIDENCE BASED DESIGN FOCUS ON WELLNESS ASID OFFICE GROUP COLLABORATION BRANDING AND IDENTITY FLIRT RETAIL DESIGN EDMUND’S COFFEE SHOP EXPLORATION IN VOLUME GRAPHIC DESIGN WALLCOVERING SKETCHING15,000 SQUARE FEET PRODUCT DESIGNASID OFFICE SPACE LIGHTING DESIGN ATTENTION RESTORATION THEORY CHILDREN’S THEATER FURNITURE DESIGN CSA OFFICE KARENA M. BOENIGK kboenigk0011@gmail.com
  • RETAIL SPACE IS LOCATED IN THE SELBY-SNELLING NEIGHBORHOOD IN ST.PAUL, MINNESOTA GREAT CIRCULATION, UNIQUE ART, AND BAND OF SUC-CESS IS INCORPORATED INTO THE DESIGN MAKE IT EFFICIENT AND PROF-ITABLE. SECURITY IS ADDRESSED THROUGH CAMERAS AND RECEPTIONPLACEMENT.
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  • DESIGN FOR ALL RESUME SENIOR THESIS : SWEDE HOLLOW HEALTHCARE CLINIC 6,500 SQ FT LIMITATION STUDY ABROAD LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE CHI GARDEN CULTURALLY SENSITIVE RESIDENTIAL HOUSING HAND RENDERING/AUTOCAD REGENT SENIOR LIVING EVIDENCE BASED DESIGN FOCUS ON WELLNESS ASID OFFICE GROUP COLLABORATION BRANDING AND IDENTITY FLIRT RETAIL DESIGN EDMUND’S COFFEE SHOP EXPLORATION IN VOLUME GRAPHIC DESIGN WALLCOVERING SKETCHING PRODUCT DESIGN   LIGHTING DESIGN ATTENTION RESTORATION THEORY CHILDREN’S THEATER FURNITURE DESIGN CSA OFFICE KARENA M. BOENIGK   kboenigk0011@gmail.com
  • AND THE WINNER IS...HERMAN MILLER AND IN-TEREUM TEAMED UP TOPROMOTE THE SAYL CHAIR.THE DESIGN ON THE RIGHTTOOK 1ST PLACE.“DWELL AND METHOD,TWO ARBITERS OF STYLETHAT AIM FOR PRIDE OFPLACE ON YOUR SHELVES,DARED DESIGNERS TO DEFYUS WITH YOUR CONCEPTSFOR UPCYCLING, RECY-CLING, RETHINKING, ANDDECONSTRUCTING—BE-GINNING WITH YOUR EMP-TY METHOD BOTTLES.“THIS DESIGN GIVES A SEXYSECOND LEASE ON LIFETHROUGH FAUX HEAD-BOARD STORAGE/DECOR. READ MORE: HTTP://INTEREUM.COM/ABOUT_US.PHP READ MORE: HTTP://WWW.DWELL.COM/ARTICLES/AND-THE-METHODOLOGY-WINNER-IS. HTML#IXZZ1VSPHKDB7
  • PLUG IT DESIGN FOR ALL FURNITURE FAMILY RESUME SKETCHES: STORAGE, DINING, AND STOOLS THIS SET IS INSPIRED BY PUZZLE PIECES SENIOR THESIS : SWEDE HOLLOW AND OUTLETS. THE PLAYFUL TRANS- HEALTHCARE CLINIC LATION IS MADE UP OF SEVERAL 6,500 SQ FT LIMITATION COMPONENTS FOR AN ADD- ED SELF-DESIGN ELEMENT. STUDY ABROAD YOU MAKE PLUG IT WHAT LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE YOU WANT IT TO BE, THE PIECES ARE CHI GARDEN INTERCHANG- ABLE. CULTURALLY SENSITIVE RESIDENTIAL HOUSING HAND RENDERING/AUTOCAD REGENT SENIOR LIVING EVIDENCE BASED DESIGN LUX 300 MCLAREN FOCUS ON WELLNESS ASID OFFICE GROUP COLLABORATION BRANDING AND IDENTITY FLIRT RETAIL DESIGN EDMUND’S COFFEE SHOP EXPLORATION IN VOLUME GRAPHIC DESIGN WALLCOVERING SKETCHINGF PRODUCT DESIGN LIGHTING DESIGN ATTENTION RESTORATION THEORY CHILDREN’S THEATER FURNITURE DESIGNLIGHTING DESIGN: 15˚ CSA OFFICETHIS LUMINAIRE IS DESIGNED WITH RESEARCH CONDUCTED FOR THE SWEDEHOLLOW HEALTHCARE CLINIC. ATTENTION RESTORATION THEORY PROVIDES USTHE KNOWLEDGE THAT NATURE, OR SHAPES FOUND IN NATURE INCORPORAT-ED INTO INTERIOR SPACES HAVE A CALMING EFFECT ON THE OCCUPANT. 15˚ KARENA M. BOENIGKIMITATES FLOWERS WITH THE LAYERS AND RADIAL SENSIBILITY SEEN HERE. kboenigk0011@gmail.com
  • THE JEWEL OF DENVER, THE PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCTHIGHLAND CHILDREN’STHEATERSITE PLAN 3D SKETCH UPMODELBUILT INDIVIDUALLY, 120,000SQUARE FEET PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONA PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT FEATURE ART PROJECTS CONCEPT OF ENCHANTED. PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT
  • DESIGN FOR ALL DENVER, COLORADO SITE PLAN 3D SKETCH UP AND PHOTOSHOP RESUME MODEL SENIOR THESIS : SWEDE HOLLOW HEALTHCARE CLINIC PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT 6,500 SQ FT LIMITATION STUDY ABROAD LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE CHI GARDEN CULTURALLY SENSITIVE RESIDENTIAL HOUSING HAND RENDERING/AUTOCAD REGENT SENIOR LIVING EVIDENCE BASED DESIGN FOCUS ON WELLNESS ASID OFFICE GROUP COLLABORATION BRANDING AND IDENTITY PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT FLIRT RETAIL DESIGN EDMUND’S COFFEE SHOP EXPLORATION IN VOLUMESUSTAINABLE MATERIALSPRESSED CORK GRAPHIC DESIGNPAPERSTONE WALLCOVERINGRESIN INFUSED HARDWOOD SKETCHINGBRENTANO GREEN FABRIC MOTION ACTIVATED TECHNOLOGY ON FLOORS AND WALLS CREATES A HEALTHY ATMOSPHERE. PRODUCT DESIGN LIGHTING DESIGN ATTENTION RESTORATION THEORY CHILDREN’S THEATER FURNITURE DESIGN SKETCHUP/AUTOCAD PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT KARENA M. BOENIGK kboenigk0011@gmail.com
  • Big Bang Chandelier HIGHLAND Item CHILDREN’S THEATER AUTOMATIC LIGHTING AND PERSONAL DENVER, COLORADO CONTROL HEATING AND COOLING SYS- TEMS PROMOTE ENERGY SAVINGS. ADJA- V 120,000 SQUARE FEET CENCIES PROVIDE LESS TASK EXERTION. THE W TWO STORY BUILDING THEATER AND SURROUNDING SITE CAN ALSO Chandelier YLighting - Big Bang BE RENTED OUT FOR WEDDINGS, CORPO- Lam RATE EVENTS, POLITICAL MAIN FLOOR RALLIES. LOCAL LIGHT- ING AND FURNITURE Print Sheet DESIGNERS CON- Big Bang C TRIBUTE TO LOCAL BOOSTING LOCAL Descrip ECONOMY. Copyright © 2010 YLighting. All RightsSTAINABILITY/ACTIVITY GOALS METADVANCED WATER COLLECTION SYSTEMSDOUBLE AS A SCULPTURE ART GARDEN SEEABOVE. ORIENTATION OF BUILDING, AND WIN-DOW PLACEMENT MAXIMIZES LIGHT. FEATURE Big Bang ChandelierSTAIR TAKES SUBSTANTIAL ENERGY COST AWAYFROM ELEVATOR USAGE. MATERIALS CHOSEN Item CHAVE RECYCLED CONTENT, AND OR SUSTAIN- MoABLE CONTENT. INTERACTIVE SMART TILES CRE- SECOND FLOORATE MOVEMENT AND PROMOTE ACTIVITY. Volt Watt Lamp T Lis FURNITURE FAMILY P 1 of 1 THIS FURNITURE IS MULTI-PUR- POSE, MULTI-GENERATIONAL FRIENDLY, AND USES RECYCLED DURABLE MATERIALS. VARIETY Ca OF HEIGHTS AND HANDLES PROVIDE UNIVERSAL DESIGN Copyright © 2010 YLighting. All Rights Re ATTRIBUTES TO MEET THE NEEDS OF ALL USERS. THE TREE HOUSE WAS THE INSPIRATION FOR THE ANGLES AND CIRCULAR POSI- TIONING.
  • DESIGN FOR ALL RESUME GUEST SERVER SERVICE SENIOR THESIS : SWEDE HOLLOW ROOM HEALTHCARE CLINIC SALES SALES EXEC. MAN. 2 EXEC. MAN. 2 6,500 SQ FT LIMITATION TECHNOLOGY ROOM MAN. 1 MAN. 2 CONFERENCE ROOM EMPLOYEE RECOGNITION STUDY ABROAD HOTEL5,000 SQUARE FEET 1 AND 2 LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTUREMEDIUM OFFICE BAR HEIGHT SALES SALES TECHNOLOGY CHI GARDEN WORK AREASTEELCASE FURNITURE FLAT SCREENUSED. LEED REQUIRE- WORK AREA MARKETING CULTURALLY SENSITIVEMENTS INCLUDED RESIDENTIAL HOUSINGSHOWER AND ADJA- WII STATION HAND RENDERING/AUTOCADCENT LOCKER AREA. TECHNOLOGYC O L L A B O R AT I O N , COPY ROOM REGENT SENIOR LIVING SCULPTUREFLEXIBILITY, AND PRO- FEATURE EVIDENCE BASED DESIGNMOTING COMPANY BREAK LOCKER ROOM HOTELBRAND WERE GOALS ROOM 3 AND 4 FOCUS ON WELLNESS LOBBY RECEPTIONACHIEVED IN THE PROJ-ECT. ASID OFFICE GROUP COLLABORATION BRANDING AND IDENTITY FLIRT RETAIL DESIGN EDMUND’S COFFEE SHOP EXPLORATION IN VOLUME GRAPHIC DESIGN WALLCOVERING SKETCHING PRODUCT DESIGN LIGHTING DESIGN ATTENTION RESTORATION THEORY CHILDREN’S THEATER FURNITURE DESIGN CSA OFFICE KARENA M. BOENIGK kboenigk0011@gmail.com
  • DARE. DREAM. DESIGN KARENA M. BOENIGKkboenigk0011@gmail.com