Bretton Toop - Interior Design Portfolio 2014

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The portfolio of Class of 2014 interior design technology student Bretton Toop. Students learn how to put together a portfolio of their work and have it ready to share for showing to prospective employers and clients. Interior design technology is a two-year diploma program at Lakeland College in Vermilion, Alberta, Canada

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Bretton Toop - Interior Design Portfolio 2014

  1. 1. Bre$on  Toop   Design  Por/olio  
  2. 2. Table  of  Contents   •  NKBA  Kitchen   •  Trout  Pond   •  NKBA  Bath   •  Retail  Project   •  Conceptual  Commons  Group  Project   •  Detail  SecBons  
  3. 3. NKBA  Kitchen   Project  Outline:   -­‐  Design  a  mulB-­‐family  kitchen  for   Enchanted  Makeovers     -­‐  Comply  to  NKBA  planning   guidelines  and  access  standards     -­‐  Create  an  environment  that  is   calming  and  welcoming  for  women  &   children  to  live  free  from  domesBc   abuse     -­‐  Clients  request  seaBng  for  four  and   at  least  one  double  oven  
  4. 4. Concept  Statement   Rebuilt  on  Hope     The  colors  in  this  kitchen  are  neutral  and   calming,  making  it  suitable  for  any  family   to  live  there.  It  is  a  transiBonal  style  space,   fiSng  in  with  the  rest  of  the  house’s  classic   charm.    There  is  ample  cupboard  space  for   all  three  families  and  plenty  of  counter   space  which  allows  the  families  to  cook  on   their  own  or  all  together.  It  features   stainless  steel  appliances  and  a  large  apron   sink.  The  booth  seaBng  is  out  of  the  way  of   the  cooking  space,  but  is  perfect  for   interacBng  while  cooking  or  doing   homework  in  the  space.  Overall,  this  is  a   space  where  they  can  relax  together  and   interact  while  taking  care  of  their  families   and  gaining  the  hope  to  rebuild  their  lives.  
  5. 5. Material  Board   1.SKYGARDEN  PENDANT  LIGHTING  BY  FLOS-­‐LIGHT  FORM  :  CENTERED   ABOVE  CUSTOM  TABLE  &  BOOTH     2.NATUZZI  TEAL  CALF’S  LEATHER-­‐  COLOR  NP  3406    :  BOOTH  SEAT     3.BLACK  CHALKBOARD  PAINT  BY  BENJAMIN  MOORE  :  EAST  WALL   BEHIND  BOOTH     4.DUBEAU-­‐  FSC  CERTIFIED  HARDWOOD  FLOORING  4”WIDE  :  KITCHEN   FLOOR     5.FLORAL  BLACK/TAN  PATTERNED  FABRIC  :  BOOTH  SEAT  BACK     6.BLACK  VELVET  COTTON  –  CODY  SIDE  CHAIR  BY  CRATE  AND  BARREL  :   CHAIRS   7.WHITE  FABRIC  TILE  BY  AMERICAN  OLEAN  5”  X  1.5”:  BACKSPLASH     8.BENJAMIN  MOORE  TEAL  PAINT  :  THROUGHOUT  KITCHEN     9.WHITE  MARBLE  W/  GREY  VEINING  BY  CEASERSTONE  :  COUNTERTOP     10.LINEN  WHITE  MAPLE  CABINETRY  BY  WAYPOINT  :  THROUGHOUT   WHOLE  SPACE     11.ASBURY  POLISHED  NICKEL  HANDLE  BY  RESTORATION  HARDWARE  :   ALL  CABINET  DOORS  
  6. 6. Trout  Pond   Project  Outline:   -­‐  Group  Project     -­‐  Group  Members:  Erica  Shaw,   Breanne  Croteau,  Lindsey   Chickeness     -­‐  Design  a  fully  sustainable  home   and  studio  for  an  Japanese  flower   arranging  teacher     -­‐LocaBon:  Trout  Pond  Vermilion,  AB  
  7. 7. Model  Building   3D  model  of  Trout  Pond   house    &  studio   Scale:  ¼”  =  1’-­‐0”     -­‐Open  Concept     -­‐Outdoor  Classroom     -­‐Large  windows  on  southeast   side     -­‐Outdoor  porch  off  of   bedroom     -­‐  Green  Roof  garden    
  8. 8. Sketch-­‐up  Views  
  9. 9. NKBA  Bathroom   Project  Outline:   -­‐Ann  and  John  Davis  are  in  their  early   40’s  with  no  children  and  two  small   dogs.   -­‐  They  want  their  home  to  reflect  the   casual  community  and  lifestyle   -­‐  Natural  stones,  woods  &  colors,   natural  light  &  outdoor  feel   -­‐Closet  &  bathroom  combinaBon   -­‐  Request  for  two  sink  areas,  large   je$ed  tub  &  separate  shower  with   mulBple  heads  
  10. 10. Concept  Statement   The  Soul  of  Nature   This  quiet  and  relaxing  space  allows  for  Ann  and  John  Davis  to  get   ready  in  their  own  space.  The  bathroom  elements  are  open  to  the   closet  areas  creaBng  an  open  and  free  environment.  Clerestory   windows  provide  natural  light,  while  allowing  for  privacy.  Radiant   floor  heaBng  brings  warmth  to  the  dark  wood  looking  Ble  in   contrast  to  the  cool  grey  and  frosted  white  that  is  throughout  the   space.  The  white  vaniBes  and  countertops  bring  more  white  into   the  space.  Throughout  the  space  a  3-­‐Form  glass  design  of  the   skeleton  of  a  leaf  is  used  as  parBBons,  as  well  as  clad  to  the  wall  to   carry  this  design  element  through  the  space.  This  clean  and  simple   design  will  bring  relaxaBon  to  Ann  and  John  when  they  return   from  the  great  outdoors.  
  11. 11. Material  Board   1.CUSTOM  DARK  WALNUT  LINEN  CLOSET  LOCATED  ACROSS  FROM   TOILET  &  BIDET     2.WHITE  &  GREY  GLASS  TILE  BORDER  48”  A.F.F.  IN  SHOWER     3.ARMANI  VENATO  NATURAL  STONE  BY  ICON  STONE  &  TILE  LOCATED   THROUGHOUT  ENTIRE  SPACE     4.GLASS  WALLS  BY  3-­‐FORM,  WALLS  IN  SHOWER  &  CLAD  TO  WALL   BEHIND  BATHTUB     5.CABINET  HARDWARE  BY  ATLAS  HOMEWHERE  ON  VANITIES     6.GREY  PAINT  ON  ALL  GYPSYM  BOARD  WALLS     7.LINEAR  WALL  MOUNT  ETHONAL  FIREPLACE  BY  NAPOLEAN     LOCATED  AT  END  OF  BATHTUB     8.WHITE  FROSTED  GLASS  TILE  ON  SHOWER  WALLS     9.CUSTOM  CABNETRY  FOR  VANITIES     10.WHITE  GRANITE  COUNTERTOP  ON  VANITIES  
  12. 12. Retail  Project   Project  Outline:   -­‐Create  a  retail  space  of  your  choice     -­‐Design  all  aspects  of  it     -­‐Provided  with  standard  mall  plan     -­‐Reflected  ceiling  plan,  perspecBve,  4   direct  perspecBves,  google  sketch  up   model     -­‐KniSng  &  Kni$ed  Apparel  Store     -­‐Merchandise:  Yarn,  kniSng  needles,   how-­‐to  books,  socks,  hats,  scarves,  mens   &  womens  sweaters,  etc…    
  13. 13. Concept   This  retail  space  has  be  designed  for  people  with  a   passion  for  kniSng.  The  colors  are  neutral  which   allows  the  colorful  product  to  speak  for  itself.  This   store  sells  everything  you  require  to  knit  your  next   project,  as  well  as  products  that  are  already  kni$ed   for  those  who  are  feeling  less  ambiBous.       The  name  of  my  store  was  inspired  by  two  types  of   sBtches  used  while  kniSng  called  knit  and  purl.  They   are  the  two  simplest  sBtches  and  you  can  create   many  designs  using  them.    
  14. 14. Material  Board   1.  Custom  art  piece  in  chrome  metal     2.  White  Midas  textured  wall  by  Keiou  Design     3.  Custom  grey  shelving     4.Custom  plexi  glass  yarn  shelving     5.  Natural  weathered  Duragroove  hardwood     6.  Salmon  accent  color     7.  Caesarstone  ice-­‐snow  countertop     8.  Random  light  by  Ligh/orm  
  15. 15. Reflected  Ceiling  Plan  &  Floor  Plan  
  16. 16. Sketch  Up  Model   Storefront   Display  Case  
  17. 17. Sketch  Up  Model   East  Wall   West  Wall   Cash  Desk  
  18. 18. Hand-­‐Drawn  Direct  PerspecBves  
  19. 19. Conceptual  Commons  Group  Project   Project  Outline:     -­‐  Redesign  the  school’s  library   called  “The  Commons”  to  make   it  more  user  friendly  and  inviBng   -­‐  Group  Project   -­‐  Group  Members:  Charles   Kimball,  Lindsey  Chickness  &   KelBe  Smith   -­‐  Conceptual  Design   Adjacency  Matrix    
  20. 20. Floor  Plan  
  21. 21. Café  PerspecBve  
  22. 22. Details  

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