2008 Portfolio

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These are some examples of my early student work as well as projects with Southern Land Company.

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2008 Portfolio

  1. 1. • Cover Page • Basic Drawing • Advanced Auto CAD “Less is more.” • Interior Design Mies Van der Rohe Interior Design Studio II Interior Design Studio III Interior Design Studio IV PORTFOLIO • Detailing by • Major Studio MARCELA B. KING • Southern Land Company, LLC. Westhaven Amenity Center Arthouse Amenity Center GRADUATE OF O’ MORE COLLEGE OF DESIGN INTERIOR DESIGNER • Resume TABLE OF CONTENTS
  2. 2. Basic Drawing FINAL CHARCOAL DRAWING SUNFLOWER/ MARKER DRIFTWOOD AND FEATHER, MARKER CHARCOAL COMPOSITION
  3. 3. Advanced Auto CAD HOUSE/ ISOMETRIC VIEW HOUSE/ 3-D KITCHEN VIEW HOUSE/ PLAN VIEW HOUSE DESIGN
  4. 4. Advanced Auto CAD HOUSE/ BACK SECTION HOUSE/ FRONT SECTION HOUSE/ LEFT SECTION
  5. 5. Design Studio 2 - Office Design PROGRAM STATEMENT The principals of the company have requested a very com- fortable, yet contemporary feel, to reflect their high technology field. They have conceptually described a space that feels electric and full of excitement. Their programming requirements are listed as follows. 1. Reception Area - with the seating for at least 4 guests and a double door entrance from the lobby 2. Conference Room - needs to be near the reception area and a large conference table to seat 10 - 12 people 3. Development Team - has 4 employees who will require system furniture 4. Sales Team, has 5 employees that will require systems furniture 5. Accounting Department - has 4 employees 6. Presidents Office - needs to have an office with windows, 2 guests chairs at the desk and sitting arrangement with chairs and sofa 7. Vice Presidents Office - needs a small conference table for 4 8. Assistant to Vice President & President - needs to be centrally located between both 9. Break Room 10. Copy Room 11.File Room - needs to have 80 - 120 filing feet 12. Small Meeting Room - will require a table to seat 6 people 13. Future Expansion Area DESIGN CONCEPT ... to create an exciting environment that represents the image of the company and characteristics of internet technology, I have based my design concept on the speed, light and infinity. The internet is still a relatively new and fast growing field of the technology, expanding, going many different directions and having unknown potential. PRESENTATION
  6. 6. Design Studio 2 - Office Design
  7. 7. Design Studio 2 - Office Design CONCEPTUAL SKETCH OFFICE SPACE/ ISOMETRIC VIEW RECEPTION/ PRELIMINARY PERSPECTIVE WAITING AREA CENTRAL SPACE RENDERED FLOOR PLAN
  8. 8. Design Studio 3 - Residential Design PROGRAM STATEMENT I have been hired by David and Jennifer White to design their home. David is a financial planner and his wife is a part time bookkeeper. David and Jennifer are both in their early 50’s. Their children are grown and will have no impact on the design. My client would like a kitchen that can be used by two people at once. Mrs. White is a gourmet cook and entertains often. She likes contemporary design with an oriental emphasis and would like to incorporate warm and natural materials. They would also like a sitting space in the kitchen for chopping. An eating area should be provided for four people. The space plan for the family room will include seating for six to eight and a television. DESIGN CONCEPT My design concept is based on the clients interest in oriental design and need for organization and function. I suggest to expand the kitchen area to- wards the living room to gain additional space required in order to accommodate two cooks. Proposed design solution incorporates new appliances, high tech appli- ances and earth tone color palette. PRESENTATION
  9. 9. Design Studio 3 - Residential Design KITCHEN CABINETRY ELEVATION KITCHEN FLOOR PLAN/ NOMENCLATURE KITCHEN AND LIVING ROOM LIGHING PLAN RENDERED KITCHEN AND LIVING ROOM PLAN
  10. 10. Design Studio 3 - Residential Design KITCHEN PERSPECTIVE RENDERED NORTH KITCHEN ELEVATION LIVING ROOM PERSPECTIVE RENDERED SOUTH KITCHEN ELEVATION
  11. 11. Design Studio 4 - Museum Design PROGRAM STATEMENT I have been asked to select an artist, and design a museum to display their work as well as other exhibits. The museum should consist of three main areas: the ex- hibit space, the retail area, and the café. Importance is placed on designing for my client, and the art. The exhibit space will display 10-20 pieces. These pieces will be displayed for 6 months and then move to a new location, therefore I shall design all interior exhibit walls to be moved and relocated at the next location. Natu- ral light is a must, however direct light can be damaging to the art. The retail space area will sell art supplies, books, fine paper, and stationary. The public should be able to enter the area without entering the exhibit space. The café will serve coffee, desserts, sandwiches, salads, and soups. The food prepared at a local restaurant and brought to this location, so a prep area will be needed, but not a full kitchen. There shall be access to the roof garden from the coffee shop. DESIGN CONCEPT … to design a museum of modern art, for the ex- hibit of Andy Warhol. My design solution is based on in- dustrial design, repetition of forms and shapes, and layering. PRESENTATION
  12. 12. Design Studio 4 - Museum Design CONCEPTUAL ELEVATIONS CONCEPTUAL BOARD CONCEPTUAL SKETCHES STUDY MODEL
  13. 13. Design Studio 4 - Museum Design
  14. 14. Design Studio 4 - Museum Design EXHIBIT AREA CAMPBEL CAFE WC ELEVATION RETAIL SPACE
  15. 15. Design Studio 4 - Museum Design MODEL/ BACK BIRD’S EYE VIEW MODEL/ FRONT ELEVATION MODEL/ BACK ELEVATION MODEL/ FRONT BIRD’S EYE VIEW
  16. 16. Detailing - Reception Desk
  17. 17. Detailing - Reception Desk RECEPTION/ TOP VIEW PRESENTATION RECEPTION/ SIDE VIEW RECEPTION/ FRONT VIEW
  18. 18. Major Studio - The Core PROGRAM STATEMENT The objective was to design a rehabilitation center for international children, which would also provide out- patient services for local children. There are many suffering children around the world. Many of them live in the Third World countries, fighting daily for their survival. These children need our help and some of them a lot of medical attention. Their parents do not have means to obtain the appropriate medical care, and oftentimes seek help from nonprofit organizations, such as Doctors Without Borders. When these children are brought to the US for a major surgical procedure, they will need a recovery facility to regain their strength before they return to their home country. For that purpose, I chose to design mixed in-patient/ out-patient rehabilitation facility accommodating international children as well as local chil- dren. This mixed arrangement would be most feasible for the existence of such a facility and would provide interac- tion for children from different cultural environments. The designed space includes administration, public spaces, educational facility, clinical and physical therapy areas, vocational rehabilitation therapy (VRT), occupational therapy, private and miscellaneous areas. DESIGN CONCEPT … to design transcultural interior spaces engaging child’s mind and senses. PRESENTATION
  19. 19. Major Studio - The Core/ Site, Exterior Elevations & Concept
  20. 20. Major Studio - The Core/ Main Lobby & Reception Area
  21. 21. Major Studio - The Core/ Physical Therapy Room
  22. 22. Major Studio - The Core/ Patient Room
  23. 23. Major Studio - The Core/ Meditation Room
  24. 24. Westhaven Amenity Center - Teen Room WINDOW TREATMENT VCT FLOOR PATERN CAFÉ SEATING LOUNGE AREA
  25. 25. Westhaven Amenity Center - Kid’s Corner VCT FLOOR PATERN STORAGE RESTROOM LIGHTING, WINDOW TREATMENS, FURNITURE & FLOORING
  26. 26. Westhaven Amenity Center - Signage EXTERIOR POOLHOUSE SIGNAGE INTERIOR SIGNAGE EXTERIOR SIGNAGE CONCIERGE SIGNAGE
  27. 27. Arthouse Amenity Center - Lounge & Leasing AMENITY EXTERIOR LEASING/ WORK CENTER LOUNGE/ MEDIA WALL STAINED CONCRETE FLOOR LEASING CENTER
  28. 28. MARCELA B. KING OBJECTIVE Detail-oriented interior designer seeking a full-time position in a company with an emphasis on interior design and architecture. DESIGN SKILLS Conceptual design; research; finish and furniture selections and documentation, FF&E specification and documentation, pricing, purchasing and installation; hand drafting; production of construction documents in Auto CAD; perspective drawing, color-rendering; project management; exterior finish selections. Knowledge of Excel, Photoshop, Publisher and PowerPoint. Familiarity with ArchiCAD. ADDITIONAL SKILLS Fashion design and construction. Fluent in Slovak language, Czech language and English language. Intermediate in Russian language. EDUCATION 2001-2005 O‘More College of Design, FIDOR accredited, Franklin TN, GPA 4.0 June-August 2004, Intern, Alcott Interiors, Nashville TN 1994-1995 Univerzita P. J. Safarika, Kosice, Slovak Republic 1989-1993 Fashion Institute in Slovak Republic (equivalent to high school), degree in Fashion Design EMPLOYMENT June 2005-January 2008 Interior Design Assistant, Southern Land Company, LLC. Franklin TN September-May 2005 Assistant Designer, Alcott Interiors, Nashville TN 2002-2005 Student Assistant, Library at O'More College of Design 2000-2002 Au-Pair, Student Exchange Program in USA 1999-2000 Elementary School Teacher of English Language, Slovakia 1998-1999 Personal Assistant, Moltex Corp., Slovakia 1997-1998 Au-Pair, Student Exchange Program in Great Britain Marcela B. King 1996-1997 Receptionist, Hotel Mier, Slovakia 1995-1996 Au-Pair, Student Exchange Program in Great Britain Interior Designer, IIDA Phone: (615) 673-6617 home ACCOMPLISHMENTS Recipient of national Angelo Donghia Foundation 2004 Senior Student Scholarship Address: (615) 545-8768 mobile Award , Scholarship Award of $23,813.00. 8289 Boone Trace Nashville TN Awarded first place in the ‘Hospitality/ Retail/ Restaurant’ category in a Student De- 37221 Marcelask@hotmail.com sign Competition at Design 2004 held by IIDA and ASID in Nashville. Awarded second place for 'Visual Presentation' category in a Student Design Compe- tition at Design 2003 held by IIDA and ASID in Nashville. MEMBERSHIPS Member of IIDA since 2001 References available on request.

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