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LA ROCHE COLLEGE – MATERIAL SELECTIONS, PROJECT BOARDS
AMANTE RESTAURANT – MATERIAL SELECTIONS, IDEA BOARDS
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SKB TECHNOLOGY – CONCEPT & FLOOR PLAN
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SKB TECHNOLOGY – OFFICE & WORKSTATION SPACES
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SKB TECHNOLOGY – ENTRY/RECEPTION & KITCHEN/REC
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MAARTEN BAAS EXHIBITION
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AUSTIN CULTURAL CENTER
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Kat Stewart Commercial Portfolio

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Kat Stewart Commercial Portfolio

  1. 1. LA ROCHE COLLEGE – MATERIAL SELECTIONS, PROJECT BOARDS
  2. 2. AMANTE RESTAURANT – MATERIAL SELECTIONS, IDEA BOARDS CONCEPT – • Transform an outdated restaurant in the heart of downtown Pittsburgh’s theatre district into a trendy spot that goes from lunchtime to showtime • Use bold color s, sharp contrasts, and motion to draw in customers OPTION 1/CHOSEN SELECTIONS – • Red, gold, and green colors and rich textures represent a sophisticated and upbeat modern style • Motion is expressed through textile patterns for various seating options • Paint colors coordinate with textiles and provide strong visual interest • Tabletop veneers will be varied and contrasted in custom tabletop designs OPTION 2 – FLOORING SELECTIONS FOR EITHER OPTION • Orange, blue, and green colors represent a fresh, upbeat modern style • Motion is expressed through textile patterns for various seating options • Provided 4 different color saturation options for paint colors that coordinate with textiles and provide strong visual interest • Tabletop veneers will be varied and contrasted in custom tabletop designs
  3. 3. SKB TECHNOLOGY – CONCEPT & FLOOR PLAN CONCEPT – DESIGN SOLUTIONS – • SKB Technology, a software development firm • Break-out areas and reconfigurable office systems allow for future expansion • Configuring 40,000SF within 54,000SF building shell • Vibrant interior paint colors reflecting the most invigorating colors of nature • Accommodate future expansion • Exercise room supports healthy workplace concepts • Highlight natural environment on the interior • Productivity is increased by locating communicating employees next to each other • Healthy workplace concepts • Conventional office furniture used in closed executive offices • Promote productivity & work group interaction • Executive offices separated by public spaces • Separate executive offices from other workspaces • Office systems furniture in all other workspaces *DRAWN IN AUTOCAD
  4. 4. SKB TECHNOLOGY – OFFICE & WORKSTATION SPACES EXECUTIVE OFFICES WORKSTATION AREAS WALL COVERINGS CARPET – “TUSCAN POPPIES” BY PAINTS - Eco Spec® Interior WORKSTATION WORKSTATIONS - Maharam® ALLAN STEPHENSON - – Herman Miller® SURFACES Constantine Latex Eggshell Commercial Guild/The Artful Home Ethospace PROPELLER ™ CONFERENCE TABLE – Knoll® FRAMES & FILE AERON CHAIR – BRISK™ DESK– Geiger® CABINETS Herman Miller® ACOUSTICAL TILE SURFACES CELLE CHAIR – Herman Miller® CAMDEN™ GUEST CHAIR – Geiger® CAMDEN™ GUEST CHAIR – Geiger® LEATHER UPHOLSTRY
  5. 5. SKB TECHNOLOGY – ENTRY/RECEPTION & KITCHEN/REC ENTRY & RECEPTION KITCHEN/REC ROOM *DIGITAL RENDERING UTILIZING SKETCHUP FINISH “THE OVERLOOK” BY CARRIE CRANE – Guild/The Artful Home EAMES TABLE – Herman Miller® CAPER PAINT - Eco STACKING Spec® Interior Latex Eggshell CHAIRS – HARDWOOD CUSTOM SOFA NELSON BENCH – Herman Miller® Herman FLOORING – DESK – Tree UPHOLSTERY – Miller® Eco Timber® Frog Veneer® Maharam® TILE COUNTER CHAIR FLOORING- TOPS - UPHOLSTERY Daltile® Avonite® RUBBER – Maharam® FLOOR – SOFA & ECOsurfaces® CHAIR – Geiger® Classic Lounge Series
  6. 6. MAARTEN BAAS EXHIBITION CONCEPT – • Maarten Baas, a famous designer from the Netherlands • Create a captivating exhibition space in European Parliament Building of Strasbourg, France • Showcase his “Where There’s Smoke” line, where he sought to breathe new life into classics using fire and epoxy; perfection and functionality within complete imperfection • Design that complements the subject’s unique, independent thought • Square Footage: Approximately 525 SF Plans – With Perspective Plans – No Perspective DESIGN SOLUTIONS– • Warm toned wall panels and red fluorescent recessed floor lights create the feeling of being amongst the flames • Interactive spaces for sitting in the quot;Smoke Chairquot; and “Nelson Bench” (commissioned for exhibition) give visitors a personal connection to his work • Suspend chairs over flames in the center as if they were floating ashes; creates a focal point • Movie running on television shows the designer's background and creative process *DIGITAL RENDERINGS UTILIZING SKETCHUP FINAL MODEL OF EXHIBITION SPACE – Constructed utilizing limited resources of cardboard and craft paper
  7. 7. AUSTIN CULTURAL CENTER PLAN VIEW ENTRY/EAST VIEW CONCEPT – • Large scale post & lintels gives a modern approach to the • Approx. 7,850 traditional; overlaid with posts forming an abstract teepee • Design a gallery that visually conveys a total square feet • Rail & styles cross abstractly to provide a sculptural feature • Entry & exits set of modern Native American ideals on the exterior while reflecting an Adobe style element broaden toward DESIGN ELEMENTS - • Fly ash concrete block & ridge vents provide passive objective points • Rounded shapes temperature regulation • Circular shape based on traditional • Indigenous, sustainable materials ideals • Energy efficiency & rainwater collection N • Balance of elements (fire, earth, water, air) *DRAWN IN AUTOCAD TOP VIEW SECTION • Rail & styles cross abstractly to provide a sculptural element on interior • Windows are square boxes to RAIN COLLECTION SYSTEM *DRAWN IN reflect a modern SKETCHUP adobe style • Windows placed SITE VIEW • Mix of sustainable strategically to materials including zero limit sunlight voc paints and resin walls exposure to the • Colors are vibrant, as artwork well as culturally indicative EXIT • Circular seating reflects CLASSROOM tribal social practices of storytelling OFFICE • Shadow study month, time: June, 8am • East facing entry welcomes the sun •Top view reveals an “eye” to see the truth • Entry & exits broaden toward their LIBRARY objective points

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