Interior Design Portfolio

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My Interior Design Portfolio consists of my student work while attending Dakota County Technical College.

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Interior Design Portfolio

  1. 1. rachel tupy
  2. 2. RICKERT RESIDENCE
  3. 3. Client Profile Josh •25 yr old working father •Works as a Chiropractor •Grew up on acreage like Ashlee, but not in Minnesota—in Nebraska •Typical day: going to work, cooking, watching sports, spending time with his family Ashlee •23 yr old, stay-at-home mother •Appreciates good design •Former sales and marketing associate for family-owned business •Currently pregnant with a baby girl •Typical day: playing games with family, taking care of Levi, cooking, cleaning, praying, shopping Levi •Diagnosed with HPE (Holoprosencephaly) at 18 week ultrasound RICKERT •Survived birth with a 3% chance to live and is now one-year-old •Difficulty standing, seeing, talking, and cannot walk or sit up by himself •Needs 24-hour special care RESIDENCE For the Rickert’s, life is a blessing; for Levi, it’s a miracle. PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS 4. Display of Doctorate Degree, Diplomas and other 3. Wine storage/Cooler MAIN FLOOR Chiropractic Awards 4. Full size, 36” refrigerator •Entry Area •Master Bathroom 5. 6 lineal feet of base cabinets 1. Shoe storage 1. Toilet (enclosed if space allows) 6. Upper cabinets for displayed items, bottles, glasses, 2. Coat closet 2. Linen storage etc (no minimum requirement) •Mud Room 3. His and her sinks •Girl’s Bedroom 1. Coat storage or closet 4. Large shower 1. Full size bed (54” x 75”) 2. Shoe storage 5. Jacuzzi tub 2. Nightstand 3. Elevator access •Master Bedroom 3. Dresser •Laundry Area 1. King size bed ( at least 78” x 80”) 4. Closet 1. Front load washer and dryer (new) 2. Dresser •Girl’s Bathroom 2. 5 lineal feet of storage for supplies 3. 2 Nightstands 1. Toilet 3. Folding station 4. Walk-in closet 2. Linen storage •Kitchen 5. Chair for prayer/rocking a baby to sleep 3. Sink/Vanity 1. All new appliances (36” gas range/stove, large 36” 6. Have enough space for a temporary baby crib if 4. Shower and tub combo refrigerator/freezer, 24” dishwasher) needed •Guest Bedroom 2. Large sink (at least 30” wide) • Levi’s Bedroom (Temporary Nursery) 1. Full size bed (54” x 75”) 3. Counter bar with 4-6 stools and lowered counter 1. 1 Standard baby crib (when not placed in Master 2. Nightstand height for wheelchair accessibility Bedroom) 3. Dresser 4. Buffet with 6 lineal feet of base cabinets (separate 2. 1 Pediatric hospital bed 4. Closet from h base cabinets) 3. Changing table •Guest Bathroom 5. Walk-in pantry 4. Dresser 1. Toilet 6. 12 linear feet of counter top 5. Rocking chair 2. Linen storage 7. 10 linear feet of upper cabinets •Main Bathroom 3. Sink/Vanity 8. 10 linear feet of base cabinets 1. Toilet 4. Shower and tub combo •Dining Room 2. Linen Storage (In bathroom if space allows or in •Powder Bathroom #2 1. Table that seats 6-8 adjacent hallway) 1. Toilet 2. 6-8 chairs around the table 3. Shower/Tub (Handicap Accessible) 2. Linen storage 3. Patio accessibility 4. Vanity and sink (Wheelchair Accessible) 3. Sink/Vanity •Sun Room 5. 5’-0” turning radius for Wheelchair Accessibility •Laundry #2 1. Seating for 4-6 6. Storage for wet bath chair after bathing (18” x 22”) 1. Front load washer and dryer (new) 2. 2 end tables • Powder Bathroom 2. Storage cabinets 3. Coffee table or ottoman 1. Toilet 3. Folding counter 4. Patio accessibility 2. Sink/Vanity 4. Hidden from public view/areas •Great Room 3. Located near Mud Room and garage entrance •Future Therapy Room 1. Lounge seating for 4-6 2. End tables LOWER FLOOR •Family Room 1. Special Equipment for Levi 2. Dark room for high contrast PROGRAMMING 3. Coffee table or ottoman 1. Lounge seating for 4-6 3. Elevator access 4. Wall mounted 54” plasma screen TV 5. Gas fireplace (if budget and space allows) 2. 1-2 End tables 3. Coffee Table or ottoman •Home Gym 1. Exercise equipment PHASE •Home Office 4. Wall mounted 54” Plasma screen TV •Billiards Room 1. Adequate storage for books, papers, and filing 5. Gas fireplace (if budget and space allows) 1. Pool table 4’-0” x 8’-0” (12’-9” x 16’-8” space required) 2. 5 lineal feet of desk top/workspace •Wet Bar 2. Pool cue rack/storage 3. Guest pull up chair that can be easily moved to un- 1. Bar seating for 4-6 (Standard bar height seating) 3. 1-2 Side tables (for drinks, etc) fold massage table if need be 2. Small single sink
  4. 4. SCHEMATIC LAYOUTS RICKERT RESIDENCE Design Concept Statement In Inver Grove Heights, the Rickert family has plans to build their first home. The home will be enjoyable for the family and all of their guests due to the unique, transitional design. Special accommodations will be taken into consideration to incorporate an elevator, home therapy room, and home gym for Josh, Ashlee and their son Levi who suffers from a chronic disorder that is harmful to his brain. Energy and movement, as well as earth tones, textures, and glass, will allow for Josh, Ashlee, and Levi to have a functional and uplifting place to make memories as a growing family. CRITERIA MATRICES PROGRAMMING PHASE
  5. 5. BUBBLE DIAGRAMS RICKERT RESIDENCE BLOCK DIAGRAMS SCHEMATIC DESIGN PHASE
  6. 6. RICKERT RESIDENCE DESIGN DEVELOPMENT PHASE
  7. 7. RICKERT RESIDENCE DESIGN DEVELOPMENT PHASE
  8. 8. RICKERT RESIDENCE DESIGN DEVELOPMENT PHASE
  9. 9. RICKERT RESIDENCE DESIGN DEVELOPMENT PHASE
  10. 10. RICKERT RESIDENCE CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS
  11. 11. MASTER BATHROOM PLANS AND ELEVATIONS RICKERT RESIDENCE KITCHEN PLANS AND ELEVATIONS CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS
  12. 12. ELEVATIONS RICKERT RESIDENCE DESIGN AND MILLWORK SECTIONS CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS
  13. 13. HOPE & HOPKINS
  14. 14. SCHEMATIC LAYOUTS HOPE & CRITERIA MATRIX Client Profile Hope & Hopkins Strategies is a full service public relations firm. They generate news coverage about the activities, accomplishments, products, and HOPKINS expertise of small to medium sized businesses. Their staff consists of consultants, writers, and graphic designers who create press releases, marketing strategies, and media relations’ tactics. They are a progressive group and are highly interactive. They rely on the team approach to their business, which has proven successful for the company. The staff strives to cultivate their energetic work style as well as maintain a professional image. Design Concept Statement On the outskirts of downtown Minneapolis, an old building houses a full- service public relations firm known as Hope & Hopkins. Hope & Hopkins showcase the work of small to medium sized, conservative businesses and also advertise products or activities hosted by businesses. The staff at Hope & Hopkins may focus on different areas as individuals; however, they all rely on each other and work as a team to successfully complete their tasks at hand. With that, collaboration and interaction is greatly encouraged. Their energetic work style continues to demonstrate their achievements, and an open space will allow employees to work together. To maintain their highly interactive work style, a variety of Haworth’s systems furniture was arranged in such a way throughout the space to promote a group effort and cooperation on projects. The professional reputation that Hope & Hopkins has built for themselves will remain through the use of a neutral color palette, including light grays, tans, and just a few splashes of color. Because the building shell includes such a strong architectural element, the curve was mimicked in the space to create repetition and provide interest. This curved element will be covered in a multi- colored, textured, somewhat metallic wall covering to generate an attractive, PROGRAMMING unique feature. The space also contains a number of large windows that will provide natural daylight and be taken advantage of where possible. Natural light and this color scheme will provide the company with the fresh and PHASE energizing, yet classic and professional space Hope & Hopkins required.
  15. 15. HOPE & HOPKINS DESIGN DEVELOPMENT
  16. 16. NKBA BATHROOM
  17. 17. NKBA BATHROOM
  18. 18. SCHEMATIC LAYOUTS Client Profile Design Concept Statement Alexis and Cory Springer, in their mid-forties, and their four children The Springer residence is a home located in Portland, Oregon, and has existed have just relocated to a 1910 Arts & Crafts “Shingle House” in a small neighborhood outside of Portland, Oregon. They are looking to remodel the outdated kitchen and add a full bath, but they wish to maintain the since 1910. The home is an Arts & Crafts style home and the owners have chosen to maintain that historic style. In order to do this, the Springer’s chose to update the look of their kitchen and also renovate their mudroom into a bathroom. The south wall of NKBA historic “fabric” in style, finishes, and space planning. Their four children are very involved in sports, theater, school, and enjoy outings with their parents. The Springers are only a few blocks away from the original town this mudroom is an exterior wall, and currently there is a door located on it. Other than that door, no alterations to the room size and walls are allowed. With that little bit of background in mind, to renovate this mudroom into a BATHROOM park, which consists of a canopy of mature trees, playgrounds, and picnic fresh, warm, modern Art & Crafts style bathroom, I decided to research about the Arts facilities where they can watch the kids play. & Crafts era, and came up with a few ideas. Beginning with adding the basics to the Grandpa and Grandma Springer visit often to help with the children. bathroom, I included a nice Kohler toilet, a shower that includes a folding seat, storage Since the home only has three bedrooms, guests must sleep in the living as requested by the client, and also a nicely sized vanity with adjacent mirror and room on a pullout couch when visiting. The Springers want to remodel the sconces. mudroom into another full bath, so that guests do not have to go upstairs. To achieve the “modern” Arts & Crafts style that the clients were looking for, I decided to use some really flashy, yet warm, mosaic tiles in the shower. These tiles Requirements have an almost copper accent to them, and this will tie in well with the hammered •Remodel the mudroom into a full bathroom copper sink I specified for the custom-built vanity. The millwork in the space, which •Include toilet, sink, and shower includes the vanity and the adjacent floor to ceiling storage cabinet, will be of quartered •Include towel storage oak with a provincial stain—very popular during the Arts & Crafts movement. And •Keep the 1910 Arts & Crafts style with warm tones, period lighting, and finally I chose to warm up the entire space by adding a fresh coat of a golden toned stained woodwork paint to the walls as well as a neutral toned tile to the floors. After this renovation and •The dimensions of the mudroom and north door may NOT be altered the addition of radiant heated floors, this room will be a favorite for the Springer’s and •The south door is to the backyard and MAY be eliminated all of their guests.
  19. 19. NKBA BATHROOM
  20. 20. MECHANICAL PLAN NKBA BATHROOM CONSTRUCTION PLAN
  21. 21. ELEVATION NKBA BATHROOM
  22. 22. NKBA KITCHEN
  23. 23. NKBA KITCHEN
  24. 24. BEFORE NKBA KITCHEN AFTER
  25. 25. MECHANICAL PLAN NKBA KITCHEN ELEVATION
  26. 26. RECOGNITION
  27. 27. RECOGNITION
  28. 28. RECOGNITION

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