Nicole Unteriner - Interior Design Portfolio 2014

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The portfolio of Class of 2014 interior design technology student Nicole Unteriner. 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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Nicole Unteriner - Interior Design Portfolio 2014

  1. 1. Nicole Unteriner Portfolio
  2. 2. Google SketchUp Cabin Objectives: • To become familiarized with the tools and capabilities of Google SketchUp. • Introduction to the use of SketchUp in conjunction with AutoCAD.dwg files.
  3. 3. 20-20 Kitchen Objectives: • Introduction to 20-20. • To become familiarized with the tools and capabilities of 20-20.
  4. 4. Details Objectives: • To become more familiar with AutoCAD and its capabilities. • To understand and communicate typical millwork details.
  5. 5. NKBA Bath Objectives: • To create a full set of working drawings for the NKBA Student Design Competition. • To become more familiarized and comfortable with AutoCAD and it’s capabilities. • Includes material board and hand-drawn rendered perspective
  6. 6. Concept Statement:
  7. 7. NKBA Bath
  8. 8. Material Board 1 6 5 4 3 2 7 Material Board Legend 1. Wood veneer on cabinetry 2. Honed limestone on shower wall 3. 3form Ecoresin dividers 4. Pebble mosaic floor tile in shower 5. Honed marble tile on floor 6. 1” x 1” glass tile on wall 7. Accent Paint color where needed
  9. 9. Perspective
  10. 10. Retail Project Objectives: • Introduction to commercial design and to become aware of the scope of work included. • To create a full set of working drawings for a theoretical retail space in a mall. • To become more familiarized and comfortable with AutoCAD and it’s capabilities. • Create a hand-made or computer generated model. • Includes material board and hand-drawn rendered perspective
  11. 11. Concept
  12. 12. Material Board 1 7 6 3 5 2 1 Material Board Legend 1. Mirror- on tables and behind shelves 2. Benjamin Moore paint- ‘Old Claret’ 3. Benjamin Moore paint- ‘Sterling’ 4. SLAMP Lillibet 1 Light 5. Suspension Chandelier 6. Quartz counter top- cash desk, shelves on east wall, demo area 7. Gold trim- throughout
  13. 13. Perspective

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