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  • 1. KBPortfolio of Interior Design Kate Boice
  • 2. ResumeObjectiveI desire the opportunity to join the interior design department of an outstanding design orarchitectural firm in the San Francisco bay area, while pursuing both LEED AP and IDEXcertification. I am goal oriented, driven to succeed and possess the ability to implement designstrategies and envision completed projects.EducationOklahoma Christian University Graduating April 2011Oklahoma City, OKBFA Interior Design, GPA: Dean’s ListExperienceArchitectural Design Group, Oklahoma City, OK 3/2011-Presenthttp://adg.adgokc.com/InternAccompanied Senior Interior Designers on walkthroughs and establishment of punch list points.Redlined submittals for millwork installations.Dimensioned for installations of furnishings and finishes in residential interiors.Utilized AutoCAD and Google Sketchup to generate floorplans and 3-d models.Susan Tiffin Interiors, Oklahoma City, OK 7/2010 – Presenthttp://susantiffininteriors.com/InternEstablished the needs of clients through personal visits and interviews.Selected materials and finishes for interior environments.Observed and monitored billable hours.Completed practical residential projects, while remaining budget conscious.Limited Brands – Victoria’s Secret, Oklahoma City, OK 9/2008 – 7/2010Associate/CashierAddressed the needs of clients for upscale clothing boutique.Successfully managed high volume sales.Monitored supply of womens clothing and intimate apparel inventory.Dealt with all cash and credit card transactions.Oklahoma Christian University, Oklahoma City, OK 9/2007 – 2/2008Student ConnectorRecruitment position affording first line of communication to graduating high school seniors within the United States.Responsible for all telephone communications between prospective college students and Oklahoma ChristianUniversity.Processed student applications for admission.Deborah Morgan Dance Studio, Turlock, CA 9/2006 – 6/2007Dance Instructor/Ballet Program DirectorInstructed dance classes for participants ranging in age from 3 to 17.Designed and implemented a dance curriculum for students incorporating beginning and advanced ballet,beginning and advanced tap, and jazz.Introduced new and modern dance techniques to otherwise traditional dance school.Assistant Dance Instructor 9/2003 – 6/2007Implemented a warm-up program for students incorporating “Pilates” and additional enriching exercises.Managed students and parents during rehearsal and performance nights.Assisted in costume selection and measuring of students for costuming needs.address: 12701 N. Penn #157 Oklahoma City, OK 73120 tel: 209.345.0067e-mail: kate.boice@gmail.com url: http://mboice3d.blogspot.com/SkillsAdobe Acrobat Reader|GoogleSketchup|Adobe Illustrator|Adobe Photoshop|Microsoft Office Suite|AutoCAD 2008|RevitArchitecture 2010|Cinema 4D|CommercialSpace PlanningHonors & AwardsASID Student Chapter President (2010-2011)Who‟s Who Among Students in AmericanColleges and Universities (2010-2011)Dean‟s Award for the College of Arts andSciences (2010)Envision Color Contest Daily Feature (2010)First Impressions Competition Nominee (2010)Dean‟s List (2009)ASID Student Chapter Vice President (2009)Presidential Academic Success Award (2007)Art and Design Scholarship (2007)Freshman Interior Design DepartmentalScholarship (2007)ActivitiesASID Student Chapter (2007 - Present)European Studies Program: Summer spent inVienna, Austria while gaining 6 university credithours (2008)Other destinations include:London, EnglandParis, FranceRome, ItalyFlorence, ItalyVenice, ItalyPrague, Czech RepublicBerlin, GermanyMunich, GermanyRothenberg, GermanyBruges, BelgiumInterlaken, SwitzerlandService Projects:Schwarzwaldeckhaus, Austria (2010)Rebuilding Together, OKC (2010)Ronald McDonald House Charities, OKC (2008)
  • 3. Body of WorkSKYBOXPEPPER‟SRANCHAIRBUSA380TSHABORESORT & SPAHARBORHOUSEYOUTHSHELTERMARACANASTADIUMANNEXGENERALARTAUTHOR‟SCOTTAGE
  • 4. Skybox
  • 5. Interior SystemsFall 2008DescriptionThe challenge for the 2008 ASID StudentDesign Competition called on students todevelop a design for a luxury skybox. Theclient is the CEO of major music recordingcompany and would use the skybox for thecompany"s recording artists when they arein town. Students were instructed tocustom-design the skybox that incorporatedthe company‟s logo, brand, and aspects ofthe company‟s musical style.Sinless Massacre Studios was founded in theearly „90s as a sister company to VirginRecords. Sinless Massacre was establishedduring this time to both give heavy metaland rock bands another label option torecord under as well as give the metal genrea less fearsome image. Sinless Massacreprovides exactly what the name says. Youare sure to be impressed with the music thatis produced by this studio but just rememberthat no matter how heavy itgets...it‟s just music, no harm done.
  • 6. First FloorFIRST FLOOR 1/8” = 1‟-0”PERSPECTIVE VIEW - GOOGLE SKETCHUP
  • 7. Second FloorSECOND FLOOR 1/8” = 1‟-0”
  • 8. Custom Lighting Design - Wall Sconce
  • 9. Metro BathDESCRIPTIONRectilinear shaped lightbar with multi-layeredwhite glass or white acrylic.Plated pressure formedframe. Provides task andambient light. May bemounted vertically orhorizontally. Available inthree lamp configurations.LED version dimmable withlow-voltageelectronic dimmer. ADAcompliant.MANUFACTURERPRODUCT NUMBER700BCMETCOLORFrostFINISHS (Satin Nickel)LAMP-LED (LED 3000K 120V)Fire PendantDESCRIPTIONRich, translucent Muranoglass surrounds a smallfrost raindrop glass.Includes low-voltage, 50watt halogen bi-pin lampand six feet offield-cuttablesuspension cable.MANUFACTURERPRODUCT NUMBER700FJFIRBS-24SYSTEMFJ (Free Jack - MonoPoint)COLORCobaltFINISHS (Satin Nickel)LAMP-24 (24 Volt Halogen)Chambers CeilingDESCRIPTIONSquare fabric flush mount.Glass diffuser provides aglare free wash of lighthighlighted with satinnickel detail. Available intwo sizes and two lampconfigurations. Largeversion includes four 75watt A19 medium baselamps or four 18 watt GU24base self-ballastedcompact fluorescentlamps.MANUFACTURERPRODUCT NUMBER700TDCHAFMSIZES (Small)COLORW (White)FINISHS (Satin Nickel)LAMP-CF (Compact Fluorescent120V)Lighting Specifications
  • 10. Author’s Cottage
  • 11. Residential Interior DesignSpring 2009DescriptionTheo R. Stanford, a well known author fromthe hills of Tennessee has recently purchasedan acre of land that sits in one of thebeautiful, tree filled valleys. A small river runsthrough the area and his wish is to establishthe site of his “writing cottage” close to itsbanks.Mr. Stanford is very conscientious of thenatural environment and wishes to maintainas much of the surroundings as possible. Bydoing so, using sustainable or recycledmaterials for interior finishes and theconstruction process is a must. The finalproduct is a one bedroom cottage thatincorporates a small, yet functional officespace for his writings. This cottage is createdusing straw bale construction methods anda minimum of 85% sustainable materials.Floorplans, elevations and detail drawingswere all completed using hand draftingmethods.(Inspiration photo found using Yahoo! Imagesearch)
  • 12. Research2 or 3 string bales: Astraw bale wall built withthree-string bales (tightconstruction-grade bales aretypically 16" x 23" x 46") willproduce a super-insulatedwall of R-50. Thats two tothree times more insulationthan most kinds of newconstruction, without theenvironmental hazards offormaldehyde-lacedfiberglass. Straw bale wallsare highly fire-resistantbecause, with stucco oneach side of the wall, there istoo little oxygen Inside tosupport combustion. Evenwithout stucco protection,burn-through times greatlyexceed building coderequirements. Two-stringbales can be used forconstruction if they aresufficiently compacted.But they are smaller insize, have a lowerinsulation rating, anddo not have thestructural strength ofthree-string bales.Good, tight,three-string bales arereally preferable.Construction: Modern load-bearing, plastered strawbale wall construction goeslike this: a concrete slab ispoured with short pieces ofrebar (metalconcrete-reinforcementrods) sticking out of theconcrete about 12 incheshigh on 2-foot centersaround the slab perimeter.After waterproofing the topof the foundation, thebottom bales of the wall arewrapped with apolyethylene sheet (toprevent moisture migrationfrom below) and impaled onthe rebar. Subsequent balesare stacked on this bottomlayer like bricks, with eachnew layer of bales offset byhalf over the bales below.Rebar pieces are driven intoselected bale layers pinningthem to the bales below.Plumbing is generally placedin interior frame walls.Electrical wiring is done on(or recessed into) the balesafter the wall is up. Electricaloutlet boxes are attached towooden stakes driven intothe bales.Preassembled window and door framesare set in place as the walls areconstructed. The frames are then pinned tothe surrounding bales with dowels to holdthem in place before the stucco is applied.When the walls are finished and havecompletely compressed under the weightof the finished roof and ceiling for six weeksor so, the bales are wrapped with stuccomesh or chicken wire. Stucco is thentroweled onto the wire, coating the wallsinside and out. Plaster can be used onInterior walls if desired.This forms a bug-proof,fire-resistant envelopearound the straw, andsecurely attaches theelectricalfixtures to the wall.Typical straw baleconstruction. Likebricks, only bigger. Alarge roof overhangand gutters help keeprain off the exteriorwalls and lessen thepossibility of moisturemigration. Straw balescan take somemoisture on the ex-posed bale-ends,since the gapsbetween the strawsare too big forcapillary action tocarry moisture into thebale. Of course,painting the stuccoalso goes a long waytoward keeping thebales dry. If the balesare kept dry thebuilding will last formany decades.Typical Bale Sizes: Athree-string bale is typically16”x23”x46” bales typicallyweigh between 50 and 90pounds.Cost: $2-$4 dollars a bale. Atypical 2,000 square foot housetypically requires 350 bales.
  • 13. Miscellaneous: The wallsystem for a whole buildingcan be stacked in just aday or two.Modern straw balebuildings first appearedshortly after the inventionof mechanical balingequipment in the late1800s. Pioneers in thetimber-poor regions ofNebraska started usingbales as expedientshort-term shelters. Whenthese temporary structuresturned out to be bothdurable and comfortablein the extremes ofNebraska weather, theywere soon plastered andadopted as permanenthousing.Insulation: Straw bales offer excellentinsulation. At R 2.7 per inch, aneighteen-inch wide bale equals R-48-R-50(a measure of the resistance to heat loss)One California study indicated that sucha “super-insulated” straw bale homecould save as much as 75% of heatingand cooling costs! This translates to directdollar savings for the homeowner, and acorresponding reduction in the use offossil fuels and CO2 emissions.Concerns/Fire Resistence:Common questions aboutstraw bale homes includeconcerns about fire, moisture,and insects. While individualstalks of straw will burn, whencondensed into bales, theyactually resist combustion, dueto lack of oxygen. It‟s like tryingto burn a phone book. At acertified laboratory in NewMexico, a plastered straw balewall system easily passed atwo-hour fire test, which isrequired for commercialconstruction. Liquid moisture isa problem in bale walls, as it isin any wall system. But with aproper foundation, roof, andfinish plaster, straw balebuildings can last indefinitely,as nearly century-old homes inNebraska prove. Anecdotalevidence indicates noproblem with bugs.Building codes have been developed for both “post andbeam” and load-bearing straw bale construction. In NewMexico, Pima County, AZ, and several counties inCalifornia, getting a building permit for a straw balehouse is almost routine. Farmers Insurance Group willinsure a bale home at preferred rates and othercompanies are following suit. And straw bale houses aregaining acceptance with Fannie Mae and HUD.A number of these 80- to90-year-old buildings arestill standing and in goodrepair.Bales can also be bent inthe center to form curvedwalls, and interestingInsets and artwork caneasily be carved into thestraw before the stucco isapplied.
  • 14. DrawingsGoalsAchieve serenity within spaceto enhance writingcapabilities.Make use of sustainablematerials whenever possible.Allow natural light topenetrate throughout spaceduring daylight hours.Open floorplan to allow easywork flow.Integrate interior and exteriorspaces through use of largewindows and natural finishes.PERSPECTIVE VIEW - CINEMA 4D
  • 15. PERSPECTIVE VIEW - CINEMA 4D
  • 16. Color BoardsLivingRoom&OfficeArea
  • 17. Kitchen&DiningAreaBathroom&Bedroom
  • 18. Pepper’s Ranch
  • 19. Residential Interior DesignSpring 2009DescriptionPepper‟s Ranch is a boy‟s home requiringmany special considerations in bothresearch and implementation of design.During client interviews, special needs suchas additional ADA consideration throughoutthe space were brought to light. Designintent was based on client interviewsconsidering the desires of all clients involvedand keeping within codes and constraintsrequired of such a space. Consideration wasgiven to both the house parents wishes andthose of the boys to make this spaceenjoyable and livable to all inhabitants.Inspiration for this project began with thePhoenix, a mythical creature known for itsability to create a new life for itself by risingagain from the ashes of its previous body.The main focus of the design was to reflect afresh start by using the Phoenix as initialinspiration in both color scheme andorientation. The shape of the floor plan wasintended to mimic the whiplash curves andoddly jutting angles of the phoenix tailfeathers. The color scheme of interior finishesalso were intended to resemble that of aphoenix tail. As the project developedhowever, it was discovered that the phoenixwas too specific a creature to build an entirehouse around. The design and accessories inturn began to develop into what resemblesan African safari while still keeping within theinitial red and orange color scheme inspiredby the phoenix.(Inspiration photo retrieved from thePepper‟s Ranch website)
  • 20. ProcessProgram:Peppers Ranch is a residential boyscommunity providing a disciplinedenvironment in which we challengeand encourage the development ofresponsible behavioral skills, academicstandards, social discipline, spiritualprinciples, and physical activity. Eachyear, Peppers Ranch accepts boysfrom all ethnic, cultural, geographicand socio-economic backgroundsbetween the ages of 5 and 15 atadmission. Often they are victims ofsevere physical, emotional and sexualabuse, compounded by medical andpsychiatric problems. Many come frombroken, dysfunctional homes,or feel isolated andunaccepted in their homes,schools and communities. Yet,despite their pain andhardships, these boys areremarkably talented andresilient.RenewVision:It is the goal of Peppers Ranch tobecome home to forty boys and theirhouse parents. The Ranch will provideindependent living apartments for ourhigh school graduates. State licensingprecludes 18-year-olds from living in thesame home with younger children…theyve "aged out" of state custody, yetfew are ready to "graduate" into theadult world. Imagine the feeling ofhope and security it gives a child toknow that someone will be there forthem throughout their lives.(Information retrieved from thePepper‟s Ranch website)RefreshMission:Through shelter, counseling, and growth-oriented activities, PeppersRanch seeks to "break the cycle" of child abuse and neglect. Bycreating a network of caring, supportive adults on whom children candepend, Peppers Ranch is committed to providing quality care and asafe environment where physical and emotional wounds can heal.Receive
  • 21. Technical DrawingsFLOORING PAINT COLOR WOOD STAIN DRAPERY FABRIC
  • 22. Technical Drawings
  • 23. Kitchen Design
  • 24. Airbus A380
  • 25. Commercial Design IFall 2009DescriptionDesign of an Airbus A380 for a Saudi Arabian Princeand his family.Public areas and private family areas are drasticallydifferent in all aspects, including color schemes, sizeand comfort of the space, and quality of textilesused. Purple, being the popular color to symbolizeroyalty is visible in all public areas as to remind allguests that they are in the presence of a diplomat.Lime green was selected as an accent to the purpleboth to offset the dark shades and shadows createdby a deep purple color and to represent the forwardmindset of the Saudi Arabian people. Utilizing atrendy color combination displays the wealth andability of the country to remain up-to-date in alltrends. Public areas such as the reception area, guestand administrative assistants‟ office and bedroom aswell as the flight/security lounges on each level arespacious and grandiose. Ample square footage isprovided in order to prevent a claustrophobicatmosphere. Western type furnishings such as sofasand oversized chairs are provided in public areas dueto the international business goings on in the businessoffices of the Airbus. Plush and opulent textiles areutilized providing all guests the opportunity toexperience just what it means to be pamperedalongside the world‟s elite.Hues of crimson and gold are apparent in all privatefamily portions of the airbus. Crimson being a warmcolor creates a sense of comfort within the protectionof family dwellings and gold being sumptuousprovides a constant reminder that family is still ahierarchical unit where respect is both demandedand observed by all members. All family areas areallotted less square footage per room rememberingthat Saudi Arabian families, no matter theirdiplomatic stature, prefer that family remain a closeunit always able to join together within theconfines of the home. Furnishings are sparse withinthe family zones, mostly comprised of benches andoversized floor pillows because the Saudi Arabianculture prefers not to utilize cumbersome furnishingsthat seat very few people. Black and white flooring ispresent in all family zones to provide additional royalsymbolism, meaning that the royal family and onlydistinguished guests may enter.Symbolism is present in all aspects of thedesign and careful consideration was given to theculture and society of the SaudiArabian people.
  • 26. ROOM FINISHES SCHEDULEROOMNO. ROOM NAME FLOORWALLS CEILINGNOTESNORTH EAST SOUTH WEST HEIGHT MATERIAL/FINISH201 RESTROOM LT-1 P-3, WC-3 P-3, WC-3 P-3, WC-3 P-3, WC-3 7-10" FIBER REINFORCED RESIN P-3202 FLIGHT/SECURITY LOUNGE CPT-1, LT-1 P-3, WC-3 P-3, WC-3 P-3, WC-3 P-3, WC-3 7-10" FIBER REINFORCED RESIN P-3203 KITCHENETTE LT-1 P-3 P-3 P-3 P-3 7-10" FIBER REINFORCED RESIN P-3204 RECEPTION CPT-1, LT-1 P-3, WC-3 P-3, WC-3 P-3, WC-3 P-3, WC-3 7-10" FIBER REINFORCED RESIN P-3205 GUEST BEDROOM CPT-1, LT-1 P-3, WC-3 P-3, WC-3 P-3, WC-3 P-3, WC-3 7-10" FIBER REINFORCED RESIN WC-3 TENT DRAPED CEILING206 GUEST BATHROOM LT-1 P-3, WC-3 P-3, WC-3 P-3, WC-3 P-3, WC-3 7-10" FIBER REINFORCED RESIN P-3, WC-1 COFFERED CEILING207 KITCHEN MBL-1, MBL-2 P-5, WC-1, WC-5 P-5, WC-1, WC-5 P-5, WC-1, WC-5 P-5, WC-1, WC-5 7-10" FIBER REINFORCED RESIN P-5208 RESTROOM MBL-1, MBL-2 P-5, WC-4 P-5, WC-4 P-5, WC-4 P-5, WC-4 7-10" FIBER REINFORCED RESIN P-5209 LIBRARY MBL-1, MBL-2 P-5, WC-4, WC-1, WC-5 P-5, WC-4, WC-1, WC-5 P-5, WC-4, WC-1, WC-5 P-5, WC-4, WC-1, WC-5 7-10" FIBER REINFORCED RESIN WC-4 TENT DRAPED CEILING210 LIVING ROOM MBL-1, MBL-2 P-5, WC-4, WC-1, WC-5 P-5, WC-4, WC-1, WC-5 P-5, WC-4, WC-1, WC-5 P-5, WC-4, WC-1, WC-5 7-10" FIBER REINFORCED RESIN P-5, WC-1 COFFERED CEILING211 DINING ROOM MBL-1, MBL-2 P-5, WC-4, WC-1, WC-5 P-5, WC-4, WC-1, WC-5 P-5, WC-4, WC-1, WC-5 P-5, WC-4, WC-1, WC-5 7-10" FIBER REINFORCED RESIN P-5, WC-1 COFFERED CEILING212 MASTER BEDROOM MBL-1, MBL-2 P-1, P-2, WC-1 P-1, P-2, WC-1 P-1, P-2, WC-1 P-1, P-2, WC-1 7-10" FIBER REINFORCED RESIN WC-2 TENT DRAPED CEILING213 MASTER BATHROOM MBL-1, MBL-2 P-1, P-2, WC-1 P-1, P-2, WC-1 P-1, P-2, WC-1 P-1, P-2, WC-1 7-10" FIBER REINFORCED RESIN P-1, P-2, WC-1 COFFERED CEILING214 MASTER BATHROOM MBL-1, MBL-2 P-1, P-2, WC-1 P-1, P-2, WC-1 P-1, P-2, WC-1 P-1, P-2, WC-1 7-10" FIBER REINFORCED RESIN P-1, P-2, WC-1 COFFERED CEILING215 THEATER CPT-2, LT-2 P-4, WC-3 P-4, WC-3 P-4, WC-3 P-4, WC-3 7-10" FIBER REINFORCED RESIN P-4 COFFERED CEILING216 OFFICE CPT-1 P-3, WC-3 P-3, WC-3 P-3, WC-3 P-3, WC-3 7-10" FIBER REINFORCED RESIN P-3217 RESTROOM LT-1 P-3, WC-3 P-3, WC-3 P-3, WC-3 P-3, WC-3 7-10" FIBER REINFORCED RESIN P-3218 ADMIN. ASSIST. BATHROOM LT-1 P-3, WC-3 P-3, WC-3 P-3, WC-3 P-3, WC-3 7-10" FIBER REINFORCED RESIN P-3219 ADMIN. ASSIST. OFFICE CPT-1 P-3, WC-3 P-3, WC-3 P-3, WC-3 P-3, WC-3 7-10" FIBER REINFORCED RESIN P-3220 ADMIN. ASSIST. BEDROOM CPT-1, LT-1 P-3, WC-3 P-3, WC-3 P-3, WC-3 P-3, WC-3 7-10" FIBER REINFORCED RESIN P-3PublicAreasFinishes
  • 27. GoalsPrivacy - Between public and family areas andbetween men and womenSeparation of zones using corridors and other circulation spaceDrapes, partitions and doors to limit visibilityDelicacy – Of texture and quality, utilizing soft, plush materials and textilesLuxurious fabricsDainty but substantial accessoriesIntimacy – Of family spacesNo large furniture pieces to hinder lounge timesWarm and inviting color scheme andcompact spaces to promote quality time spent with familyBureaucracy – Governing status is reflected through interiorBlack and white flooring in family areasPurple (color of Royalty) present in mostpublic as a reminder of family statureMasterBedrooomPERSPECTIVE VIEWHAND RENDEREDMaster Bedroom
  • 28. Home TheaterResource: “Home Theater Design”A home theater should be 30% longerthan it is wide. The width of thetheater will be 30% shorter than thetotal length.Acoustical panels should be no lessthan 2” thick. The upholsteredacoustical panels will be no lessthan 2” thick.HomeTheatersPHOTOCHROMICPAINT—BEFOREPHOTOCHROMICPAINT—AFTER
  • 29. Resource: “Arab-American Muslims‟ Home Interiors in the US: Meanings, Uses and Communication”Privacy is of great importance, especially within the home. All areas will be separated by walls,barriers, and heavy curtains to ensure privacy is available.Curtains are used extensively, both to separate spaces (the male and female domain) as wellas to conceal storage spaces. Heavy curtains will be present throughout the aircraft.Most families prefer to sit or lay on the floor in family spaces, they do not prefer large furniturepieces in family and living rooms. Family areas will be minimally furnished with large rugs andoversized tables for lounging.In the Arabic culture it is not permissible to hang photos of human beings. No photos of humanbeing will be present in the aircraft.High-income families display generic sculptures and large potted plants. The design will befitted for a high-income family with large potted plants and contemporary accessories. Noreligious artifacts will be displayed.Preference is given to the guest. A guest bedroom or reception area will be more highlydecorated than the children‟s bedrooms or living spaces. The guest bedroom and receptionareas will be highly decorated (more so than children‟s bedrooms and living areas) withspecial attention to details.MiddleEasternFamiliesFamily Areas
  • 30. Harbor House Youth Shelter
  • 31. CommercialDesign IFall 2009DescriptionThe 2009 Student Design Competition called onstudents to create a residential and commercial spacefor at-risk youths ages 10-17 who are in crisis. The HarborHouse Youth Shelter provides short-term housing alongwith a healing and rehabilitating environment 24 hours aday, seven days a week at no cost to runaway, homeless,and abused youths. In addition to the residential space,the shelter also house a sandwich/deli shop operated bythe shelter occupants that is open to the public.To be “whole” is to be not broken, damaged orimpaired. When speaking of human nature, it pertains toall aspects, ones physical, intellectual, and spiritualdevelopment.Design of the Harbor House youth shelter is centered onthe acronym W.H.O.L.E. Wellness, being aconsideration because above all, the design is topromote the physical and mental well being of allinhabitants, ensuring that a safe and healthy environmentis present at all times.Residents of the Harbor House facilities are in desperateneed of a home. Whatever circumstances broughtresidents to the facilities, judgment will not be passed andthey will be given the opportunity to live in a homelikeenvironment until the time they desire to renouncepermanent residence and live on their own.One main concept of the Harbor House facilities is toprovide youth an opportunity to better theircircumstance, living situation, and future lifestyle. For thisreason, the facilities include an in house sub shop thatprovides residents a place to gain crucial work and socialexperience.The “Whole in the Wall” sub shop is used as a means ofallowing residents to touch the community. While themain entrance to the sub shop is located in the alleyaround the back of the building, guests will be able toenter a community of people they see every day in thework place or on the street. Design accommodates localsand allows for long periods of time spent studying orhanging out within the shop.Residents of the Pearl district in Portland tend toprefer organic, and sustainable products. Many of thebuildings in the district are undergoing renovations with anurge toward LEED certification. Keeping that in mind,mainly eco-friendly and sustainable products wereselected for the design.
  • 32. RECEPTION PERSPECTIVEGOOGLE SKETCHUPEXTERIOR ELEVATIONProcess
  • 33. LIGHTING SCHEDULEDESCRIPTION VOLTAGE LAMPS MOUNTING LENS MANUFACTURER6" QUARTZFRESNAL 120500W Q500T6/CL/P ANSIBTM 3200K SURFACE ACRYLICALTMANLIGHTINGENZIS RAINBOWSPOT 120 FROSTED MR16TRACK/SURFACEFROSTED,ACRYLIC BRUCKWINDOWS WALLSCONCE 120(2) 13W QUADTUBE GX23-2CFL WALLWHITEGLASS WPT DESIGNSUB SHOPCOMBO ELECTRICAL/REFLECTED CEILING PLANFIRST FLOOR 1/8” = 1‟-0”Lighting
  • 34. Second Floor:As a means of providing privacy to the residents while ensuring that staff has the ability to supervise the space, residenceroom walls are 8 feet high, just short of the finished ceiling.Doors are omitted from residence rooms, incorporating hallways as entrances.Drugs must be locked away in a secure separate room to which residents can only gain access in the presence of staff.Lockers are available with access only allowed in the presence of staff.Personal items need to be available at night but stored away in the daytime. Residence rooms have ample storage spacefor personal belongings.Cabinets and closets need to be accessible frequently but still securable. Cabinets are available to the resident butlockable.Managing keys is a hassle and residents feel locks can be picked and that staff may have keys to access personalbelongings. Pad locks are used to lock away all personal belongings.First Floor:The homeless want an open and public space. The reception area is an open spaceutilizing half walls and glazing.Homeless want to be able to look around, to see other people, and to understand whatlies beyond the lobby. Visual access over half walls is allowed in order to viewpeople working in office spaces.A large counter staffed by more than one person suggests that the facility is wellmanaged. A large reception desk is visible and employees at work in offices arevisible over half walls.Some facilities may have a coatroom much like one present at a museum. Visitors cancheck a bag or duffel for the day avoiding the need to carry belongings around allday. Storage is available in mentoring rooms.RESEARCH NOTESLighting:In keeping with the urbandesign of the Whole in theWall Sub shop, an opengrid was selected as themounting for all ceilingfixtures. The switching andelectrical wiring runsthrough conduit attachedto and concealed by theT-bar.Spaces require ample ambientlighting, at night they needto be sufficientlyilluminated to enablepeople to navigate amongthem without intruding onother residents’ ability toget sleep. Emergencylighting is incorporated intothe hallways and theindividual residents controllighting in residence rooms.Ceiling lighting is efficient butlikely to seem institutional,wall lighting is a goodalternative. Wall sconcesare present in the designCABINET SECTIONTechnical DrawingsCABINET SECTIONCABINET SECTIONPREP COUNTER ELEVATION
  • 35. WALL COVERING SCHEDULESUPPLIED AND APPLIED BY THE G.C., UNLESS NOTED OTHERWISE.NOTES:1.PAINT MANUFACTURER IS SPECIFIED AS BENJAMIN MOORE, ALL PAINTS MUST BE GREEN PROMISE NATURA PAINTS.2.PREFERRED METHOD OF PAINT APPLICATION IS BY SPRAY APPLICATION.WC-1GLASS TILEMANF: AMERICAN OLEANSTYLE: LEGACY GLASSCOLOR: LG48SIZE: 5/16" WIDE* GROUT: MAPEI/00 WHITEPT-1PAINTMANF: BENJAMIN MOORESTYLE: SEMI-GLOSSCOLOR: BRYCE CANYONSIZE: SOLD BY THE GALLON* ZERO VOC EVEN AFTER TINTINGWC-2GRASSCLOTHMANF: GRASSCLOTHWALLCOVERING.COMSTYLE: GRS-a* MADE OF 100% NATURAL YARNS & FIBERSPT-2PAINTMANF: BENJAMIN MOORESTYLE: SEMI-GLOSSCOLOR: COAT OF ARMSSIZE: SOLD BY THE GALLON* ZERO VOC EVEN AFTER TINTINGWC-3WALLCOVERINGMANF: OMNOVASTYLE: AVANT POPCIRCLESCOLOR: SAND LINENSIZE: 26" X 18" REPEAT* CLASS "A" FIRE RATED* GREENGUARD IAQ CERTIFIED FOR LOW VOC* 100% RECYCLABLEWT-1WALL MURALMANF: COMMERCIALWALLCOVERING.COMSTYLE: MADE TO ORDER WALLSCOLOR: DIGITAL PHOTOSIZE: 36" X 8 YARDS/ROLL* PHOTO PRINTED ON WC-2WT-2CRACKLE PAINTMANF: THE REAL MILK PAINT COSTYLE: NATURAL CRACKLECOLOR: THICK CRACKLESIZE: SOLD BY THE GALLON* ENVIRONMENTALLY SAFEWALL COVERING NOTES1.CONTRACTOR TO REVIEW DETAIL SHEETS, FINISH PLANS, AND ELEVATION FOR WALL COVERINGS.2. ALL FACTORY WHITE SPEAKER PLATES TO BE COVERED TO MATCH ADJACENT SURFACES.3.ALL WOOD SURFACES TO BE PRIMED WITH OIL-BASED PRIMER AND FINISHED W/OIL-BASE SEMI-GLOSS PAINT.4.ALL METAL SURFACES TO BE PAINTED SHALL FIRST BE PRIMED WITH METAL PRIMER AND FINISHED WITH SEMI-GLOSSOIL-BASED PAINT.5.FINISH COATS MUST NOT SHOW BRUSH MARKS, IF THIS METHOS IS USED VS. SPRAYING OF ANY MISCELLANEOUS ITEM.FLOOR COVERING SCHEDULEFLOOR COVERINGFC-1BAMBOOMANF: BAMBOO HARDWOODSSTYLE: MOSO PRE-FINISHEDCOLOR: ALUM-OXIDE + ACRYLIC URETH.SIZE: 75.6" x 3.78" x 0.59"FC-2STAINED CONCRETEMANF: ECOPROCOTESTYLE: SOYCRETECOLOR: BLACK GRANITESIZE: SOLD BY THE GALLONFC-3CORKMANF: GREEN FLOORSSTYLE: CORK PLANKCOLOR: OCTANS 15SIZE: 35 13/16” x 11 13/16” x 1/2"CT-1CERAMIC TILEMANF: IRIS USSTYLE: URBANCOLOR: HIGHRISE GREYSIZE: 18" X 18”* GROUT: MAPEI/00 WHITEFLOOR COVERING NOTES1.GROUT TO BE SUPPLIED AND INSTALLED BY G.C.2.TILE TO BE INSTALLED WITH CONSISTENT GROUT WIDTHTHROUGHOUT APPROX. 1/16" GROUT JOINT WIDTH.FC-1 FC-2 FC-3WC-1 WC-2 WC-3 WT-2WT-1CT-1 SS-1Finishes
  • 36. WALL TYPESSECOND FLOOR 1/8” = 1‟-0”Furnishings
  • 37. FURNITURE SCHEDULEKEY QUANTITY ITEM MANUFACTURER CATALOGUE/NO. FABRIC/FINISH REMARKSC1 4 BARSTOOL CALLIGARIS GN121, CS/1013-P(P77)O778550FRAME: CHROMED METALSEAT: GLOSSY BLACK POLYCARBON ECO-FRIENDLYC2 16 CHAIR JAIME SALM RBSFRAME: POWDER-COATED TUBULAR STEELMATTE BLACKSEAT: POST-CONSUMER RECYCLED TIRES100% RECYCLED TIRE RUBBER,RECYCLED CONTENT, RECYCLABLE,ENVIRONMENTALLY PREFERABLE FINISHC3 1 CHAIR WORKING WONDERS 050-LCMDINTFRAME: CHROMED STEEL BICYCLE RIMSSEAT: INNER TUBE UPHOLSTERYMADE FROM RECYCLED AND REUSEDBICYCLESC4 1 CHAIR BESPACE PANDA POLYCARBONATE CDS MADE FROM RECYCLED BLANK CDSC5 2 CHAIR SKATE STUDY HOUSE GODFATHER LOUNGE CHAIRFRAME: METAL AND RECYCLEDSKATEBOARD DECKSSEAT: BLACK CUSHIONSMADE FROM RECYCLED SKATEBOARDDECKSC6 6 CHAIR SAUDER EDUCATION 702-0650FRAME: CO-POLYMER POLYPROPYLENESEAT: HIGH-DENSITY POLYURTHANE FOAMUPHOLSTERED IN BLACK PASSES Cal TB 133 SPECIFICATIONST1 2 TABLE WELD HOUSE EL CAMINO TABLE RECYCLED STEELMADE FROM RECYCLED STEEL FROMAUTOST2 2 TABLE BIKE FURNITURE DESIGN VECTOR TABLEFRAME: CHROMED STEEL BICYCLE RIMSTOP: CLEAR GLASSMADE FROM RECYCLED AND REUSEDBICYCLEST3 1 SIDE TABLE WORKING WONDERS 050-MODUTBLFRAME: CHROMED STEEL BICYCLE RIMSSEAT: 1/4" GLASSMADE FROM RECYCLED AND REUSEDBICYCLEST4 1 COFFEE TABLE GREEN WITH ENVY WINGMAN COFFEE TABLEFRAME: RECYCLED AIRPLANE WINGTOP: 36" BY 24" OVAL GLASS MADE FROM RECYCLED AIRPLANE WINGST5 1 SIDE TABLE MARK BAKER STUDIOS MODULAR CUBE SYSTEMFRAME: SALVAGED STRUCTURAL STEEL,BIRCH PLYWOODEMBODIES CORE PRINCIPLES OFSUSTAINABILITY USING SALVAGEDSTRUCTURAL STEEL FOR CONSTRUCTIONS1 1 SOFA ZUO MODERN CONTEMPORARY 900041MICROFIBER SEAT, BACK, AND CUSHIONSWITH ADJUSTABLE ARMS AND HEADRESTSUPHOLSTERY: SILVER W/FLORALMANUFACTURER SPECIFIESTC1 1 T.V. CABINET KLAUSSNER HOME FURNISHINGS URBAN CRAFTSMAN ARMOIR WOOD/AMBERC1 C6 T1 T2 C2 T4Furnishings
  • 38. Maracana Stadium Annex
  • 39. Commercial Design IISpring 2010DescriptionThe Federation of International Football Associations(FIFA) has selected Brazil to host the 2014 World Cup.FIFA will be moving a management team to Rio deJanerio to work with the Brazilian FootballConfederation (CBF) to organize the internationaltournament.The project is to design the facilities to be located inthe circular flat-dome annex to the MaracanãStadium. This is a four-story building that has beengutted and ready for the renovation.The ground floor lobby is used for receptions withfood and drink service provided by a café. Abookstore is dedicated to literature, videos andPosters. The café provides lunch service for the publicvisiting the museum, bookstore, and retail shop. It alsocaters luncheon meetings for the offices and eveningreceptions. The retail shop is a popular pre-game andpost-game stop for souvenirs and sportsparaphernalia.The first floor houses a football museum displayingtrophies and photographs as well as video clips ofgames. There is a tribute to top football personalitieswith a fame wall and display cases with items ofclothing and autographed soccer balls. There is anarea for purchasing tickets and a business office forscheduling tours and basic business activities. Thepermanent exhibit receives a steady stream of fans.The temporary exhibits are geared to current eventsand activities. A reception area serves as a meetingarea for dignitaries and patrons who sponsor thetemporary exhibits. The opening night events arecatered by the café with close access to theelevators.The second floor contains the nerve center withgeneral offices, meeting room and committeefacilities. This is a very busy, active area wherenetworking and communication is paramount.The third floor houses the executive offices for theWorld Cup liaisons between the internationalfederation and the country association. FIFA andCBF-LOC offices are integrated to provide maximumefficiency in space planning and organizationalmanagementThe World Cup 2014 logo sets the stage for the interiordesign and interior architecture of the stadium annex.The design theories of the Brazilian interior designer/architect, Oscar Niemeyer (will serve as the designconcept for the selection of fixtures, furnishings andequipment.
  • 40. CONCEPT STATEMENTDesign of the Annex to the Maracaña Stadium is centered on the acronymF.I.F.A. both in honor of the client as well as the four main points met by thedesign.With inspiration for the design being taken from Brazilian architect OscarNiemeyer, and the Brazil 2014 logo, design of the annex will be flamboyant innature. Through the use of vibrant color schemes and obvious focal points, theannex will achieve flashiness enough to excite all inhabitants about theactivities that brought them there.Design of the annex required intricate thought in the space planning andlayout of the interior space. The intertwining of primary office spaces used forboth FIFA and the Local organizations and the curvature of the space itselfinvolved extra consideration in space planning and appropriate adjacencies.One main consideration for the annex is function for all users. Design meets allcodes and constraints for this type of space making it accessible for users of allshapes and sizes. One primary mode of achieving this access is throughwayfinding systems of various types within the space.Another consideration within the space is education through the museumportions of the annex. The museums and interactive display units are used as ameans of providing an academic experience in addition to the recreationalpurposes of the space.GROUND FLOORSECOND FLOORFIRST FLOORTHIRD FLOORMUSEUM/COMMITTEE ZONESBUSINESS ZONESPLUMBING ZONESPUBLIC ZONESRETAIL/FIFA ZONESPRIVATE/LOC ZONESProcess
  • 41. GOALS & OBJECTIVESFlamboyant – Design with focus and energyVibrant Color palettesObvious focal pointsIntricate – Details in space planning and designIntegrated office spaces, intertwining the twoorganizationsWhiplash curves and ornate detailingFunctional – For all usersAccessible design considering users of allshapes and sizesWayfinding clearly indicated as not to get lostwithin the spaceAcademic – Educating usersCareful planning of museum spacesInteractive display units throughoutTHIRD FLOOR CRITERIA MATRIXSECOND FLOOR CRITERIA MATRIX GROUND FLOOR BUBBLE DIAGRAM FIRST FLOOR BUBBLE DIAGRAMProcess
  • 42. FIRST FLOOR WAYFINDING/SECURITY PLANCAFÉ FLOORPLANCINEMA 4DWayfinding
  • 43. SECOND FLOOR DATA/COMM PLANCAFÉ PERSPECTIVE VIEWCAFÉ PERSPECTIVE VIEWData/Comm
  • 44. CAFÉ FLOORPLANCINEMA 4D THIRD FLOOR FINISH PLANFinishes
  • 45. WALLCOVERING SCHEDULESUPPLIED AND APPLIED BY THE G.C., UNLESS NOTED OTHERWISE.NOTES:1. PAINT MANUFACTURER IS SPECIFIED AS BENJAMIN MOORE2. PREFERRED METHOD OF PAINT APPLICATION IS BY SPRAY APPLICATION.PT-1 PAINTMANF: BENJAMIN MOORESTYLE: ENVISION COLOR CONTEST PALETTECOLOR: AUGUST MORNINGSIZE: SOLD BY THE GALLONPT-2 PAINTMANF: BENJAMIN MOORESTYLE: ENVISION COLOR CONTEST PALETTECOLOR:CLARET ROSESIZE: SOLD BY THE GALLONPT-3 PAINTMANF: BENJAMIN MOORESTYLE: ENVISION COLOR CONTEST PALETTECOLOR:MIDNIGHT NAVYSIZE: SOLD BY THE GALLONPT-4 FIRE RETARDANT COATINGMANF: BENJAMIN MOORESTYLE: INDUSTRIAL MAINTENANCE COATINGSCOLOR: M59 220SIZE: SOLD BY THE GALLONWALLCOVERING NOTES1. CONTRACTOR TO REVIEW DETAIL SHEETS, FINISH PLANS, AND ELEVATION FOR WALL COVER-INGS.2. ALL FACTORY WHITE SPEAKER PLATES TO BE COVERED TO MATCH ADJACENTSURFACES.3. ALL WOOD SURFACES TO BE PRIMED WITH OIL-BASED PRIMER AND FINISHEDW/OIL-BASE SEMI-GLOSS PAINT.4. ALL METAL SURFACES TO BE PAINTED SHALL FIRST BE PRIMED WITH METAL PRIMER ANDFINISHED WITH SEMI-GLOSS OIL-BASED PAINT.5. FINISH COATS MUST NOT SHOW BRUSH MARKS, IF THIS METHOD IS USED VS. SPRAYING OF ANYMISCELLENEOUS ITEMSOLID SURFACE SCHEDULESS-1 COUNTERTOPSMANF:VETRAZZOSTYLE: RECYCLED GLASS SURFACING MATERIALCOLOR: CHARISMA BLUE (WITH PATINA)SIZE: 60" X 108" SLAB 3CM THICKL-1 LAMINATEMANF: WILSONART CONTRACTCOLOR:BLACK AND WHITE CHECKERBOARDSIZE: 4 X 8 ONLYFLOOR COVERING SCHEDULEFLOOR COVERINGFC-1 WOODMANF: ARMSTRONGSTYLE: HERITAGE CLASSICSCOLOR: HCM411AW ADIRONDACK BROWNSIZE: VARYING LENGTHS 10-48 IN. X 5 IN. X 3/8 IN.FC-2 ANTI-SLIP AGGREGATEMANF: BENJAMIN MOORESTYLE: SUPER SPEC HPCOLOR: ANTI-SLIP AGGREGATE P67SIZE: SOLD BY THE GALLONPT-1 PT-2 PT-3FC-1 L-1 SS-1Finishes
  • 46. Tshabo Resort & Spa
  • 47. Senior Interior DesignStudio & PortfolioFall 2010DescriptionThe 2009 Student Design Competition called onstudents to create a residential and commercial spacefor at-risk youths ages 10-17 who are in crisis. The HarborHouse Youth Shelter provides short-term housing alongwith a healing and rehabilitating environment 24 hours aday, seven days a week at no cost to runaway, homeless,and abused youths. In addition to the residential space,the shelter also house a sandwich/deli shop operated bythe shelter occupants that is open to the public.To be “whole” is to be not broken, damaged orimpaired. When speaking of human nature, it pertains toall aspects, ones physical, intellectual, and spiritualdevelopment.Design of the Harbor House youth shelter is centered onthe acronym W.H.O.L.E. Wellness, being aconsideration because above all, the design is topromote the physical and mental well being of allinhabitants, ensuring that a safe and healthy environmentis present at all times.Residents of the Harbor House facilities are in desperateneed of a home. Whatever circumstances broughtresidents to the facilities, judgment will not be passed andthey will be given the opportunity to live in a homelikeenvironment until the time they desire to renouncepermanent residence and live on their own.One main concept of the Harbor House facilities is toprovide youth an opportunity to better theircircumstance, living situation, and future lifestyle. For thisreason, the facilities include an in house sub shop thatprovides residents a place to gain crucial work and socialexperience.The “Whole in the Wall” sub shop is used as a means ofallowing residents to touch the community. While themain entrance to the sub shop is located in the alleyaround the back of the building, guests will be able toenter a community of people they see every day in thework place or on the street. Design accommodates localsand allows for long periods of time spent studying orhanging out within the shop.Residents of the Pearl district in Portland tend toprefer organic, and sustainable products. Many of thebuildings in the district are undergoing renovations with anurge toward LEED certification. Keeping that in mind,mainly eco-friendly and sustainable products wereselected for the design.
  • 48. Site PlanSiITE PLAN 3/32” = 1‟-0”
  • 49. Site PlanBAR AND LOUNGE PERSPECTIVEGOOGLE SKETCHUPCUSTOM TILE DESIGN
  • 50. First FloorFIRST FLOOR FURNITURE PLAN
  • 51. First FloorLobbyRECEPTION DESK ELEVATIONMILLWORK FRONT VIEWMILLWORK BACK VIEWRestaurantBAR ELEVATION
  • 52. Second FloorPUBLIC RESTROOM LAVATORY ELEVATIONPUBLIC RESTROOM TOILET ELEVATION
  • 53. Second FloorSECOND FLOOR REFLECTED CEILING PLAN
  • 54. Third FloorTHIRD FLOOR WAYFINDING PLAN
  • 55. Third FloorGUEST SUITE ACCESSORY PLAN
  • 56. General Art
  • 57. BubblesCinema 4D
  • 58. Course: 2D Elements of Visual Thinking
  • 59. Course: 3D Modeling and Animation
  • 60. All material in this portfolio is, unless otherwise stated, the property of Mary Kathleen Boice.Copyright and other intellectual property laws protect these materials. Reproduction or retransmissionof the materials, in whole or in part, in any manner, without the prior written consent of the copyrightholder, is a violation of copyright law.

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