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  1. 1. Jennifer BeverPorfolio
  2. 2. Summary of QualificationsOrganized, motivated, creative Interior Design graduatewith the following qualifications: Skilled with hand drafting and AutoCAD in both 2D and 3D Artistic presentation and excellent color sense Creative space planning solutions Excellent written and verbal communication
  3. 3. Software KnowledgeAutodesk AutoCAD 2010Autodesk Revit Architecture 2010Autodesk 3DS Max 2010Google SketchUpAdobe InDesignAdobe IllustratorMicrosoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Project, andPublisher
  4. 4. Education and ExperienceExperience SDF, Inc., Assistant to the Design Project Coordinator Compass Group, Senior Proposal Coordinator IKON Office Solutions, Graphic Artist/Marketing Coordinator Lockheed Martin Aircraft & Logistics Centers, Bid & Proposal PublishingEducation A.A.S., Interior Design, Central Piedmont Community College, GPA 4.0, 2010 Residential Interior Decoration Diploma, Central Piedmont Community College, 2010 Architectural Technology Certificate with a Specialization in Computer Aided Design/Drafting, Central Piedmont Community College, 2010 B.A., History, Clemson University, Clemson, SC, 1997
  5. 5. Activities and AwardsActivities Student Member, IIDA CPCC Portfolio Show 2010Awards President’s List at Central Piedmont Community College - Fall 2008, Spring 2009, Fall 2009, Spring 2010, Fall 2010
  6. 6. SENIOR RESIDENTIAL PROJECTPROJECTDATE CLIENT SPRING 2010 JASON & SARAH STEVENS
  7. 7. Client ProfileJason and Sarah Stevens are in the process of an entire home remodel for which they have hired a designer for Phase 1of the project. The beginning phase of this job will include the three bedrooms as well as the attached baths. Jason and Sarah have been married for approximately one year. They are still in the process of combining their two styles offurnishings together in a home that Jason owned previous to their wedding. Jason’s style is very contemporary which is reflected in the style of their home while Sarah’s style tends to lean more towards traditional. Sarah loves antiques and would love to see some incorporated in the design. The challenge with this project will be to design a space they both can agree on. They do, however, agree that they both lean toward soft, muted colors and shy away from bright, bold colors. They want the redesigned space to have a relaxing feeling that will soon be reflected throughout the rest of the home. Jason and Sarah are expecting their first child in the fall of 2010. This child will be a girl which they intend on naming Brianna. They would like to turn the bedroom directly opposite from the master bedroom into a nursery. The spaceshould include all the necessary baby furniture (crib, changing table, rocking chair) while still maintaining a large amount of storage for all the baby items they will need. The attached bath should reflect the feeling and color scheme of the nursery while also providing much needed storage for the family. With the arrival of this child, an office will need to be set up in the second bedroom to accommodate Sarah’s desire tocontinue working with her wedding planning business while still being able to be at home with the new baby. This office should include an outside entrance so that Sarah can have clients come to the office without having to come throughthe home’s main entry. Two chairs will also be needed to accommodate any clients that may visit. The office should also contain all of the necessary storage that a home-based business will require, including a desk, office chair, and filing drawers. Sarah has previously purchased an antique chest that she would like to use as the vanity in the bath attached to the office. This piece is a jumping off point for the color scheme and furnishings style in this room. Lastly, Jason and Sarah would like a complete remodel of their current master bedroom and master bath. The overall feeling in these two rooms should be one of calm and relaxation. Since the back of the home faces the waterway,privacy is not a real issue. The couple has insisted that the view out of the back windows remain unobstructed so theycan enjoy the entire view of the backyard. After Sarah moved into the home, the couple realized that clothing storage in the bedroom has become an issue. They have requested that more storage be incorporated into the design.
  8. 8. STEVENS’ RESIDENCE PHASE I FLOOR PLAN
  9. 9. MASTER BEDROOM AND MASTER BATH SELECTIONS
  10. 10. OFFICE AND GUEST BATH SELECTIONS
  11. 11. NURSERY AND ADJOINING BATH SELECTIONS
  12. 12. SENIOR COMMERCIAL PROJECTPROJECTDATE CLIENT SPRING 2010 DR SCOTT SMITH & DR JANICE BROWN
  13. 13. Client ProfileDr. Scott Smith and Dr. Janice Brown are pediatricians entering into a partnership who require a new office facility.They will have a neighborhood centered office that will deal with the complete range of pediatric care. The office islocated in the Dilworth neighborhood of Charlotte, NC.The atmosphere of the new office should be professional and businesslike. However, the primary concern in terms ofambiance is to create a relaxed atmosphere throughout to minimize the typical anxiety that most parents and childrenfeel when entering a doctor’s office. The practice employs a receptionist/secretary, a medical assistant, and a part-time bookkeeper for billing and other business functions.The client has several adjacency requirements. The receptionist controls the movement of patients; therefore thelocation must be centrally and uniquely situated to perform that function. The reception and business officeworkstations should have easy eye contact while both of these workstations should have easy access to the workroom. The storage room should be easily accessed by both the work room and the nurses’ station. When enteringfrom the waiting room, the patients should see a transaction counter for the nurses’ station. Visual cues should allowvisitors to know which way to go when entering and exiting the back area. The nurses’ station should also beconveniently located to service each of the three exam rooms. The restroom should be nearby both the exam roomand the waiting area for easy access.The client has allowed the designer to make all decisions about the design with very few specific requests. Theywould like a television in the children’s play area to keep them occupied during the wait to be seen. Also, the clientwould like to incorporate a break area for the employees if the space planning allows for it. The partners have alsorequested an “escape” exit where they can leave without passing through the reception/waiting area. A storage closetfor maintenance and extra supplies would be nice as well.Privacy is an issue for the partners. The exam rooms and the consulting offices must have acoustic privacy becausethese are the areas where patient’s confidential information will be discussed. Also, the reception and businesscomputers should be shielded from public view. The office should be HIPAA compliant with regards to their storagemanagement process, which includes such items as chart holders.
  14. 14. INSPIRED BY THE FAIRY TALE ILLUSTRATIONS OF SCOTT GUSTAFSON, APEDIATRICS OFFICE WILL BE DESIGNED FOR DRS. SCOTT AND BROWN THAT WILL CREATE A RELAXED AND ANXIETY-FREE ATMOSPHERE WHILE STILL MAINTAINING A PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESSLIKE APPEARANCE.
  15. 15. OtherProjects
  16. 16. COMMERCIAL RETAIL PROJECT - FALL 2009HAND RENDERED 2 POINT PERSPECTIVE DRAWING
  17. 17. COMMERCIAL OFFICE SPACE PROJECTFLOOR PLAN COMPOSED IN AUTOCAD AND HAND RENDERED
  18. 18. COMMERCIAL OFFICE SPACE PROJECTOFFICE RENDERING DONE IN SKETCHUP
  19. 19. KITCHEN DESIGN PROJECTCHARLESTON SINGLE HOUSE - SPRING 2009
  20. 20. KITCHEN DESIGN PROJECTCHARLESTON SINGLE HOUSE - SPRING 2009
  21. 21. KITCHEN DESIGN PROJECTCHARLESTON SINGLE HOUSE - SPRING 2009
  22. 22. LIVING ROOM FURNISHINGSCHARLESTON SINGLE HOUSE - SPRING 2009 PROJECT
  23. 23. Contact Information:jennifer.bever@gmail.comhttp://www.jenniferbever.com

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