Tile: Unit to Whole The object of this project was to create an 8 x 8 tile unit with emphasis on pattern and composition. First we had to design the tile in black/ white and grey. Second, make a color transition of the same tile. Phase 2 The focus is to explore the aspects of Composition of the tile by using scale to build upon and develop a 20 x30 presentation board. Phase 3 The objective here was to continue to build on the bi-dimensional Configuration designed 8 x 8 tile space. 3-D Model built in Sketch-up with an axonometric view. Phase 4 Building the physical model to tri-dimensional composition. Using craftsmanship a full scale model was constructed with mat board. Phase 5 Final part of the project was to design an enclosed space to showcase architectural details, texture, materials, glazing and lighting. 4
Auto CAD Drawings Four side views of a house Scale: 3/16 = 1’0” 5
Design a Lazio Pizza Oven Restaurant located in a mall in Phil, PA. Project: Client profile, gross sq ft 3500 50 x70 space, ADA guidelines, occupancy codes, programming; research hospitality, inspiration images conceptual design and planning, graphic package, lighting specification, finishes schedules concept statement, final submission; ( 6 ) 20 x 30 boards including reflective ceiling plan 6 Commercial Designs
Scale: 1/8 = 1’0” 8 Residential Design Mountain Home
Rendered Perspective 9
Elevation Scale: 1/8 = 1’0” Design Opportunity: To secure a client for a one-level residential design project being ADA compliant. Exterior and interior space is 4000 sq ft. The lifestyle of the client determined the location within the country, rooms sizes, and special needs of the residence. My final submission consisted of five 20 x 30 presentation boards, digital 3D presentation using sketch-up, floor plan, ceiling plan, elevations, color and material samples, and with views of an Ashville, NC million dollar home created with my husband as my client. This project was a semester long project presented in front of a panel of professionals. 10
Residential Designs in Google Earth 11
REUSE, REDUCE,REPAIR, RENOVATE Project Requirements: The focus is the re-design of the Habitat for Humanity retail store, Restore. We were given a task to Reuse any and all furniture or accessory pieces we could find. Reduce what we wouldn’t use. Repair the pieces chosen. Renovate by painting, staining, cutting and sewing. Design vignettes within a given space and present all the development of our research in a presentation booklet.
Community Outreach Working in a group of three Our team collaborated on a game plan, shared design approaches and developed a color schemes. Along with selecting and repairing furniture pieces, in the planning of every phase of this project, each person had to present their own floor plan, perspective, and elevations, of completed designs. Seven vignettes were created our section. This project lasted from Feb 02, to April 02,. 13
Lake House Produced in Auto Desk Revit Architecture 2009 Software 16
Lake house porch view 3
Religious Structure Basic Basilica: the requirement is to generate an accurate existing condition in a revit model with specified dimensions and create a 3D model. 18
Religious Structure Addition 3 To add an addition to the existing structure including 2nd floor, 5000 sq ft congregational space, storage, area for speaker, men's and women's restroom, 4 classroom and 4 offices for an additional space of 3300sq ft.
Pastor’s Office 21
Front view 3
14 Credits Todd Shoaf Dr. Rosa Otero William M. Marion AIA,LEED,AP Herb Burns Shane Jones Interior Design 2009