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The design portfolio of Kevin Rucker.

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  • 1. Kevin Rucker rucker design Portfolio 1
  • 2. Form Function Style 2
  • 3. Nintendo Exhibit 4 Dolci Sapori 9 Lifeguard Station 14 Transportation Hub 17 Paw Prints 25 CIA Resident Hall 35 Atheneum 39 Early Learning Zone 43 3
  • 4. Exhibit Design Nintendo Objective: Design an exhibit for Nintendo. Design a linear wall display and kiosk that relate to the exhibit, creating a family of product displays. 4
  • 5. Linear Wall Display Nintendo 5
  • 6. 6 Kiosk Design Nintendo
  • 7. Exhibit Perspective View Nintendo 7
  • 8. 8 Exhibit Perspective View Nintendo
  • 9. Civic Design Lifeguard Station Objective: Design a lifeguard staion for a beach in the Seychelles Islands. The design should reflect the culture and needs of the surrounding area. 9
  • 10. 10 Exterior View Lifeguard Station
  • 11. Exterior View Lifeguard Station 11
  • 12. Civic Design Transportation Hub Objective: Design a sustainable transit center for the Olympic Bus Lines in Seattle, Washington along the Burke-Gilman hiking trail. Utilize a 5000 square foot empty lot, creating an interactive environment that merges food service and retail spaces. 12
  • 13. se search ride ttle! play learn live Logo Design Transportation Hub 13
  • 14. ...the many places in Seattle to find peace, tranquility, and search happiness in a troubled and hectic world ...along scenic trails, bustling streets, and with the calming ride Pacific winds ...amongst the forestry, along the beaches, and atop the play mountains in the Emerald City ...about the many cultures, histories, familes, and moments learn that make this city a staple in American society the fullest extent, not letting a moment of enjoyment live pass by, no matter how long you stay 14 Logo Concept Transportation Hub
  • 15. Exterior View Transportation Hub 15
  • 16. 16 Exterior View Transportation Hub
  • 17. Retail Design Paw Prints Objective: Using the Iams brand, create a retail experience that makes it easy for pet owners to find the appropriate food and toys for their animal. Allow pet owners to track their pets health, enabling them to give their pets the best care possible. Use the store to inform the public about the issues on pet abandonment, and allow them to adopt animals at the facility. The store concept placed second in a design contest sponsored by Interbrand Design Forum, a retail design firm in Dayton, Ohio. 17
  • 18. 18 Logo Design Paw Prints
  • 19. Adoption Play Area Nutrition Center myPawPrints Retail Lobby/ Checkout Adoption Display Floorplan Paw Prints 19
  • 20. 20 Exterior Rendering Paw Prints
  • 21. Lobby Entrance Paw Prints 21
  • 22. 22 Lobby Entrance/ Adotion Display Paw Prints
  • 23. Nutrition Center Paw Prints 23
  • 24. 24 Nutrition Center Paw Prints
  • 25. myPawPrints/ Retail Area Paw Prints 25
  • 26. 26 Adoption Play Area Paw Prints
  • 27. Hospitality Design CIA Resident Hall Objective: Design a new resident hall for the Cleveland Institute of Art that will increase enrollment by promoting the CIA environment. The design should help students adjust to college life and should create a sense of community through interactive displays and individualized spaces. 27
  • 28. 28 Lobby Entrance CIA Resident Hall
  • 29. Grand Atrium CIA Resident Hall 29
  • 30. 30 Hallway View CIA Resident Hall
  • 31. Civic Design Atheneum Objective: Create an art gallery that exhibits the work of the members of the Archived Artist of the Western Reserve. The interactive gallery will inform visitors, young and old, of the lives and histories of artists in Northeast Ohio and highlight their roles in the development of Cleveland. The space would also be used as an arts education center for elementary school children, and will work with area schools to support an art-infused curriculum. 31
  • 32. Atheneum (Athen-KNEE-um) An institution for the promotion of learning. 32 Logo Concept Atheneum
  • 33. Proposed Atheneum Site Cleveland Musuem of Art Western Reserve Historical Society Natural History Musuem Cleveland Institute of Art Proposed Location Atheneum 33
  • 34. Sculpture Garden Gallery Exterior Patio Euclid Avenue Gallery Gallery N Lecture Hall Gift Shop Secondary Women’s Bathroom Entrance/ Lobby Gallery Entrance Men’s Bathroom Cleveland Historical Center AAWR Offices Storage Reception Men’s Women’s Reception Bathroom Bathroom Studio2 Studio1 Special Exhibition Gallery Interactive Lobby Main Lobby Entrance Parking Lot 34 Floorplan Atheneum
  • 35. Entrance Isometric View Atheneum 35
  • 36. 36 Exterior Rendering Atheneum
  • 37. Interactive Lobby Atheneum 37
  • 38. 38 Gallery Rendering Atheneum
  • 39. Discovery Center Kiosk Atheneum 39
  • 40. 40 Exterior Patio Space Atheneum
  • 41. Art Studio Hallway Atheneum 41
  • 42. 42 Special Exhibition Gallery Atheneum
  • 43. Civic Design Cleveland Museum of Art Early Learning Zone Objective: Create an interactive space for children to be placed in the Life-Long Learning Center, a brand new space being added to the renovated Cleveland Museum of Art in 2011. The Early Learning Zone will feature many interactive spaces, including areas for children to create mobiles in the style of Alexander Calder, learn about line and shape by drawing on wall mounted touch screens, construct ancient Greek and Roman columns, and sort and organize art into their own personal galleries. The project was commissioned by the CMA Director of Public Programming, Mike Starinsky, and is the first freelance project for Rucker Design. 43
  • 44. 44 Mobile Creation Area Early Learning Zone
  • 45. Collecting and Sorting Maze Early Learning Zone 45
  • 46. 46 Mobile Creation Area Early Learning Zone
  • 47. p: (216) 408-0082 e: 5109 Theodore Street Maple Heights, OH 44137 47