1 HOSPITALITY DESIGN AutoCAD MODELING & RENDERING The Scarlet Hotel was my final project in 3D AutoCAD. This hotel is located in Lubbock, Texas in the Overton Park Area. The hotel’s design brings a big city feel to the small college city of Lubbock, as its design stays away from the traditional west Texas feel of the surrounding community. The dark, metallic color palette used throughout the hotel’s interior will help produce a contemporary, industrial interior design look. To balance the bold colors a minimalistic approach was taken in the furniture selection. Banded lights were placed in multiple areas of the hotel to attract attention to important spaces and create an intimate atmosphere.6.
28. LAW FIRM HAND DRAWING & RENDERINGS Through research, learned how to interpret the essence of the style of 20th century designers George Nakashima and Isamu Noguchi, and apply it to a small Law Firm office located in downtown Dallas, TX. The reception area and conference room incorporated furniture by Noguchi and Nakashima. The lighter finishes, exposed wood, and shoji screen helped strengthen the style of the two designers.
310. FURNITURERendering AutoCAD Modeling & VIGNETTE This was the first project in 3D AutoCAD, and we were required to build each piece, without using manufacturer built drawings. Project consisted of creating a showroom vignette based on the furniture designs of Barbara Barry. Barbara Barry has a refined style consisting of lush interiors. The space gives a sense of luxury, comfort, and ease. The bold colors were introduced to produce a sense of uniqueness.
4 CORPORATE DESIGN HAND DRAWING & RENDERINGS Designing this corporate office was the first project I was presented with in the hand rendering studio. We were required to use colored paper and use markers and colored pencil as little as possible. The project statement required creating a contemporary small office space consisting of an executive’s office and a conference area. Design was presented by using two-point perspective studies, hand drawn and hand rendered.12.
5 ASSISTED LIVING FACILITY AutoCAD & Photoshop The Voyage Retirement Community is centered on the idea of anchoring the heart in order to reinvent the home for aging seniors. Following precedents set by the Greenhouse model, four homes each housing fifteen residents allow for flexibility for residents with varying capacities through flexible furniture arrangement and specialized care provided by staff dedicated to a specific home. By unifying residents and staff in a family home setting, nurses, aids, and residents alike will be14. empowered to make decisions concerning household matters and activities. The residential setting of the homes will create an inviting atmosphere for friends and family. An on-site community center, with a small town main street atmosphere, will invite the community at large on to the site to enjoy an afternoon in the peaceful environment.
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6 A COLLABORATIVE GROUP MIXED MEDIUMS “The designer’s imagination is stretched to find as many creative alternatives as possible that can be generated to solve the given problems. These alternatives are then sketched or recorded to build a series of different ways the problem can be resolved. Creative designers force themselves to look at the problem from many different viewpoints, attempting to resolve those into one strong solution.” -(R .Kilmer & O. Kilmer, 1992) Through the collaboration design class, we were teamed up with architecture and landscape architecture students to reinvent an old warehouse site in Boston, MA. Included on the site is office space, event space, interactive learning gardens and space for the already existing weekly art show. Because of the historical area where the building is located, we wanted to keep an industrial feel on the interior of the building, but create an oasis on the exterior to create an escape from the surrounding city. To execute this project we used AutoCAD, Rhino, Revit, Illustrator, and Photoshop.18.
7 DEAN’S & RENDERINGS HAND DRAWING OFFICE The project statement required the remodel of the dean’s office at Texas Tech University. The office was to be modeled on an open plan concept limiting the use of permanent walls. The office layout needed to consist of the dean’s area with a small meeting area, a reception area, graduate student space, four staff desks and two conference rooms. It was built up on a raised flooring system that created a sustainable space with easy access to electricity, data and internet. The design of this space paved way for easy manipulation in case there was a need for change or growth. The purpose of this project was to learn how to produce quick sketches by rendering each perspective in an hour or less.22.
8 CONSTRUCTION AutoCAD & ILLUSTRATOR Going back to the origin of construction is where the concept of the design came for the task of constructing a screen wall for a section of a building and relating it back to the aesthetics of the exterior walls. In order to accomplish this, rebar was used as the screen wall to relate to the actual form ties used in concrete construction. The rebar placement was then directly related back to the placement of form ties in the concrete along with the bolts connecting the cladding to the steel stud wall which simulates form ties as well. The reveals in the concrete were staggered along the vertical access to give the building a sense of height. At each of the reveal heights the orientation of the corrugated cladding wall changes in order to provide a sense of unity. Another design element chosen was to change the orientation of the rebar structure at each of the reveal heights as well. This provided the screen with more orientation to each of the building’s exterior walls. The entire exterior screen wall section of the building encompassed the appreciation of details within the construction while relating back to each other and providing a sense of wholeness.26.
10 Assemblies24’-6”T.O. Screen Wall / Concrete Wall 11 08 03 12 D.04 13 02 Project Description 01 05 Your technically sound description of the project assemblies, any developed concepts, 14 and how the two relate are to be placed here. Accuracy and Brevity of the description 15 are your friends. 06 20’-5 3/8” Top of Roof Deck 20’-7/8” T.O. Roof Structure 15 16 0’-3” 02 On Center Spacing For Rebar 17 18 01 03 19 20 21 43 04 22 23 44 24 45 D.05 25 05. Detail 01 Typical 3/4 “ hollow elbow sleeve 25 Interior gypsum board 46 welded to rebar screen 26 12”x12” tile flooring 02 I-Beam structural support column at 45 05 Scale: 1 1/2” = 1’-0” degree angle for screen wall 27 Plywood D.03 26 03 Typical 3/4 “ hollow elbow sleeve 28 Closure plate 27 welded to rebar screen 29 Metal stopping plate 28 04 Structural I-Beam for screen wall 10’-6” 30 Metal angle supporting horizontal T.O. Slab @ 2nd Floor 10’-7/8” 05 Typical 3/4” hollow sleeve connector stress on I-beam 06 T.O. Structure 29 06 Typical 1/2” rebar used as screen wall 31 Corbel supporting vertical stress on I-beam 8’11-3/8” 46 07 Concrete wall T.O. Wall 32 Rigid insulation 45 08 Typical 1/2” rebar used as screen wall 33 Drainage mat 09 Metal bracing inside conrete wall for rebar screen connection. To be 34 Compacted earth inserted with formwork. 35 Waterproofing 10 Continuous roof cap 36 Reveal 11 Horizontal corrugated metal 37 Key 12 Vertical corrugated metal 38 Compressive filler 13 Cladding connection bolt that simu- lates tie hole pattern. 39 2” concrete topping slab 14 Perlite board cant 40 Rigid insulation 07 15 Typlical concrete slab 41 Filter fabric 43 16 Steel decking 42 Drainage tile 44 17 Typical joist system 43 Tie hole 08 18 Typical I-Beam at floor levels 44 Reveal to simulate pattern of screen wall 19 Metal track system 45 Angled screenwall rebar 20 6” metal stud 46 Screenwall rebar 47 21 Batt insulation 092’-11” 0’-0” 47 4” concrete exterior slabB.O. Screen Wall T.O. Finish Floor @ Ground Level 22 Self-healing waterproofing -0’5-1/8” 48 Leveling sand 30 48 T.O. Structure 23 Sheething 24 Metal stud punch out used for plumb- 31 ing and electrical 04. Detail 32 33 Scale: 1 1/2” = 1’-0” 34 27. 35 26 36 27 37 10’-6” 38 28 T.O. Slab @ Second FLoor 39 29 40 10’-7/8” T.O. Structure-10’-6 3/8” -10’-6 3/8”T.O. Slab @ Basement T.O. Slab @ Basement 41 42 8’11-3/8” 06.Key Plan T.O. Wall 15 17 Scale: 1/2” = 1’-0” 11 20 01. Elevation 02.Section 03. Detail Arch.2351.704 Scale: 1/2” = 1’-0” Scale: 1/2” = 1’-0” Scale: 1 1/2” = 1’-0” J. Benke | N. Harbert | P. Noll