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  • 1. Design Portfolio Caity DuPont
  • 2. Table of Contents Residential Design Kitchen Remodel Retail Boutique Commercial Office Design Restaurant Design Leadership Caity DuPont
  • 3. Leadership University of Wisconsin Women’s Volleyball Team 2006-2009 Co-Captain of 2009 Team All Academic Big Ten 2007, 2008, 2009 UW Athletic Department Volunteer Award 2008 Scout Team Award 2006 Student Athlete Advisory Committee Secretary 2008-2009 Vice President 2009-2010 Event Coordinator for the 2010 Mr. & Ms. Bucky Competition American Society of Interior Designers Member 2009- Present ReThink Wisconsin Member 2007-2009 Camp Randall Wear Red, Think Green Volunteer Life Skills Academy Peer Leader 2008-2010 Caity DuPont
  • 4. Condo Renovation Renovation Goals & Solutions Parti Create a contemporaryspace that accommodates the living style of the family Eat-in Kitchen Sitting room window-side Game table for gatheringand for extra seating while Bubble Diagram entertaining Living room television viewable from multiple Dining Room areas Maximize storage: Fireplace sides open with extra shelving Bench seating opens Living Room Built-in Caity DuPont Floor Plan
  • 5. Kitchen RemodelRemodeling Goals Create a functional space that accommodates the needs of the client. Remove walls to enlarge space and maximize use of natural lightAmple counter space South Wall Elevationwith sufficient storage Custom island allowsfor the cook to preparefood while socializing with guests Floor Plan Lighting Electrical Plan Caity DuPont
  • 6. Commercial Office DesignLegion Architecture Public/Private Parti Bubble DiagramFirm is moving to a new building & requires a new office design toaccommodate their firm’s work style . Daylighting Legion is a commercial firm that works with a range of clientsdesigning spaces for academic, technological , workplaces, and Work Socialhealthcare facilities. Floor Plan Caity DuPont
  • 7. Commercial Office Design Project Goals Create an area for Healthcare to focus on theirprojects and interactwith team members Adjacency DiagramAllow for versatility within theworkplace and work stylesKeep task areas thatare associated with others near each otherCreate natural lines of communication Keep office open to create natural daylighting Reflected Ceiling Plan Reception Desk Kitchen Area Caity DuPont
  • 8. Retail Boutique Tastee Chocolate Shop moved into a retail space in “Forget love , I’d rather a local shopping fall in chocolate” mall . Grab tastee treat “I could give up on chocolate , but I’m not a quitter!”“Stress wouldn’t be sohard to take if it was “Chocolate doesn’t make the world go round , but it chocolate covered .” certainly makes the ride worthwhile!” Caity DuPont
  • 9. Restaurant Design Identity Concept Package The elementary lemon stand has transformed from a childhood business on a neighborhood corner into a so- phisticated lounge for professionals to enjoy their new Dining Area found success and relax while their corporate world sleeps. Be enter- tained by the cit- ies talent and enjoy what success has to offer. Bar Sophistication .An Elegant Location .. Lemon Creation . Reflected Ceiling Plan Caity DuPont
  • 10. Restaurant Design Bar Seating Bubble Diagram Parti Linear Path Adjacency Floor Plan Caity DuPont
  • 11. Caity DuPont cbdupont@gmail .com 414-587-3344 222 E Lakelawn #304 Madison , WI 53703“Every artist was first an amateur.” Ralph Waldo Emerson