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FOLIO
Samuel Jayeola
Sammytexy@gmail.com
+447771238586
2023
Samuel JAYEOLA
Year 20XX
Page No.
CV
Commercial
Interior
Residential
Interior
Exterior
Architecture
Techical
and
furniture
Production
drawings
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Samuel JAYEOLA
Samuel JAYEOLA
SKILLS
• SOFTWARE PROFICIENCY:
Sketchup
Revit Architecture
3ds Max
V-ray Render
Corona Render
AutoCAD
Lumion
Adobe Photoshop
Enscape
Microsoft Office
Unreal Engine (learning)
• Architectural knowledge
• 2D and 3D renderings
• Dimension and materials specifica-
tions
• Lighting layouts
• Conceptual design
• Mood boards
• Visual design
• Commercial interior design
• Residential interior design
CERTIFICATIONS
EDUCATION
September 2023
University of Lincoln, UK.
Master of Arts
Interior Architecture and design
October 2015
Federal University of Technology Akure
Bachelor of Technology
Architecture
-LinkedIn Learning certification
-BIM Foundation
-Learning Revit Architecture
-Master Rendering for Visualization in
3ds Max
PROFESSIONAL SUMMARY
Innovative Architect, Interior Designer
and furniture designer driven to bring
customised design concepts to life,
guaranteeing complete Client satisfac-
tion.
Results orientated, delivering cutting
edge and creative designs within strict
time frames. Specialising in high-end Ar-
chitectural, Interior designs and furniture
design projects.
WORK EXPERIENCE
02/2018 - TILL DATE
PLACART PARIS
INTERIOR/FURNITURE DESIGNER (Freelance Staff)
• Achieved CAD drawings and model proposals for cus-
tomer appraisal ahead of proposed manufacture.
• Expertly worked with manufacturing teams to ensure
design specifications were functional and practical.
• Strategically collaborated with clients to ascertain be-
spoke furniture needs, working with meticulous atten-
tion to brief in furniture design.
• Creatively illustrated design concepts via hand
sketches or Computer-aided design software.
• Innovatively designed new materials patterns to en-
hance existing product designs.
• Meticulously built complete design packages with
drawings and specifications for the production team.
11/2019 - 02/2022
SPACECREA8 I YEKATERINBURG
INTERIOR DESIGNER
• Transformed uninspiring areas into warm and inviting
living spaces using various lighting fixtures, materials
and products.
• Strategically met with clients to determine decor
needs and project scopes covering space planning,
layout and colour schemes.
• Proactively maintained updated knowledge on indus-
try trends and changing styles, contributing successful
ideas and productive client relationships.
• Thoughtfully selected furniture and accessories for dif-
ferent interior spaces and desired forms or functions.
• Creatively achieved unique, bespoke interior schemes
through considered client collaboration.
• Efficiently produced and communicated detailed de-
sign plans using CAD software.
• Innovatively designed custom furniture adapted to floor
plans, working closely with multiple furniture vendors.
• Insightfully recommended furniture, art and accessories
to elevate interior design schemes.
• Meticulously reviewed drawings, mock-ups and mood
boards, verifying element alignment with creative vision.
01/2016 - 07/2017
NOGIL REAL ESTATE I ABUJA NIGERIA
JUNIOR ARCHITECT
• Orchestrated seamless collaboration and fostered open
communication with clients, ensuring all project stake-
holders were actively engaged and informed through-
out the project lifecycle.
• Demonstrated an unwavering commitment to quali-
ty by conducting comprehensive site appraisals both
before and after construction, meticulously adhering to
company design best practices, as well as local regula-
tions and national codes.
• Spearheaded the design process by crafting meticu-
lous project blueprints, translating conceptual ideas into
actionable plans.
• Pioneered the development of precise design briefs, es-
tablishing a strong foundation for projects by accurately
assessing the scope of work, budget constraints, and
technical requirements, thus guaranteeing the success
of each undertaking.
• Leveraged advanced design software, such as AutoCAD
and Revit, to create, refine, and modify drawings, en-
suring that the final designs met and exceeded project
expectations.
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COMMERCIAL INTERIOR 1
This project involved the design of a modern office space for an
accounting firm in Yekaterinburg, Russia. The client’s brief specified
the need for a welcoming client waiting area, secure server room,
kitchen and dining space, open shared office for employees, a pri-
vate director’s office, and a central co-working area for freelancers.
To achieve an aesthetic appeal with unique and visually strik-
ing elements, I incorporated curvilinear glass dividers and panels
throughout the space. The curved transparent surfaces enhance
flow between zones, allow abundant natural light penetra-
tion, and add an organic feel to the otherwise rigid geometry.
The centerpiece of the lobby is a parametric column fixture that cre-
ates a sense of movement. By implementing the client’s functional re-
quirements within an innovative and visually engaging envelope, the
final design provides this accounting firm with a modern, distinctive,
and ergonomic workplace suited to their brand and organizational
needs. The client was pleased with the creative geometries bal-
anced with purposeful spaces tailored specifically for their business.
Project Title: Modern Office Design for Accounting Firm in,
Russia
Client: ARR Russia
Location:		 Yekaterinburg, Russia
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COMMERCIAL INTERIOR 2
This project involved the interior design of a new chess academy and club within a
historic building in central Yekaterinburg, Russia. The space needed to accommo-
date classrooms, offices, a museum, store and flexible event space while respecting
the existing architecture.
Design Features and Spaces
8 Chess Classrooms - Designed with removable partition slides to open into 1 large
event space. Mix of classic and modern elements.
Entrance and Waiting Area - Welcomes visitors into the space. Uses existing archi-
tectural details.
Offices - Administrative work areas with simple, contemporary design.
First Aid/Medical Room - For use during tournaments or in case of emergencies.
Chess Museum - Showcases artifacts and history of chess. Traditional detailing and
displays.
Souvenir Store - Sells chess-related items and merchandise. Connected to museum.
Design Features
• Brass and bronze finishes on fixtures, furniture and architectural details to convey
a refined, luxury aesthetic.
• Custom chessboard-patterned floor tiling throughout public spaces.
• A neutral color palette of whites and grays with blue accent colors.
• Combination of modern and antique-style furnishings and lighting.
Deliverables
The following were provided to the client upon completion:
Concept drawings
Finish plans
Furniture plans
Custom design detail drawings
Architectural interior elevations
3D renderings -Finish schedules and specifications
This project transformed a historic building into a state-of-the-art facility designed
specifically for promoting and supporting the game of chess. The design features
and details create an inspiring setting while adhering to the client’s vision and func-
tional requirements.
Project Title: Chess academy and chess club
Client: BAM-Stroy-Invest
Location:		 Yekaterinburg, Russia
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COMMERCIAL INTERIOR 3
This project involved the remodel of a
small office space to expand capacity and
add a meeting area and rest/kitchen area.
Working within an existing footprint with most
furniture already in place, I had to carefully as-
sess how to best utilize the available space and
integrate new pieces for maximum functionality.
The final result met the client’s goals for in-
creased capacity, collaborative spaces, and em-
ployee amenities within their modest budget.
The client was thrilled with how the new lay-
out and furnishings came together to meet
their needs. This project shows my ability to
problem-solve within an existing space and
design elegant solutions tailored specifical-
ly to the client’s requirements and resources.
Project Title: Office redesign
Client: ARR Russia
Location:		 Russia
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Project Title: Menlo College Residences - Common Spaces
Design
Location:		 San Jose, Califonia, USA
COMMERCIAL INTERIOR 4
This project involved the interior design and virtual staging
of common spaces in the new student residences at Menlo
College in collaboration with Pacific Office Designs. The
spaces included a study room, lounge areas, mini theater,
game room and trading room/office.
Process
The architectural firm provided a list of suggested furni-
ture and a material mood board to guide design decisions.
Using this direction, mood boards were created showing
furniture layouts and selections for each space focused on
aesthetics and functionality.
The next phase involved 3D modeling and rendering of the
spaces with the proposed furnishings virtually staged.
The following were provided to Pacific Office Designs upon
completion:
Material mood boards
Furniture mood boards
3D modeled scenes of each space
High resolution renderings showing staged furnishings
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Project Title: Modern Office Design NGO
Client: Plac’Art France
Location:		 Paris, France
COMMERCIAL INTERIOR 5
A France-based non-profit organization focused on providing aid
and assistance to communities in Africa. The new building will
serve as the headquarters and main office for the NGO’s staff
and operations.
The office building program consists of the following spaces:
Director’s Office - Private office for the NGO director
Open Office Area - Work stations and shared office space for 6
staff members
Conference Room - Meeting and gathering space with capacity
for 20 people
Kitchenette - Small kitchen space for food storage and prepara-
tion
Storage Room - Utility space for equipment, archives and invento-
ry
Design Features
The interior design incorporates branding elements from the
NGO’s logo using a neutral color palette accented by the organi-
zation’s main brand colors. Key design features include:
Glass partition dividing director’s office from open office area
Image murals and epoxy tabletops with photos of NGO outreach
efforts in conference room
Matching furniture pieces throughout for visual cohesion
Bold brand color accents on walls and furnishings
The conference room is located on the basement level and incor-
porates images of the NGO’s outreach efforts in Africa to connect
visitors to the organization’s mission. The kitchenette adjacent
to the conference room allows for food storage and preparation
when meetings occur.
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Project Title: Residedental interior renovation
Client: Zephyr Stone designs, Australia
Location:		 Sydney, Australia
Residential Interior 1
This project involved the remodel and interior
redesign of a private residence in Sydney, Austra-
lia. The clients requested a bright, contemporary
update to the 1990s style of their home using a
white minimalist aesthetic.
Scope of Work:
Kitchen renovation with new cabinetry, applianc-
es and finishes
Living and dining room redesign including new
flooring, millwork and furniture
Bedroom and bathroom remodels with new fix-
tures and finishes
Mudroom and laundry room update
New coatings, trim and paint throughout
Design Features:
Crisp white color palette on walls, millwork and
furniture
MDF panelling used for clean-lined wall detailing
Wood flooring and wood accent walls to add
warmth in the kitchen living room space
The interior remodel focused on creating bright-
er, airier spaces with contemporary elements like
exposed shelving, modern light fixtures and new
window treatments. The material selection rein-
forced the minimalist aesthetic through the use of
white MDF paneling, wood details and soft tex-
tiles.
Carpet floor in the office space for coziness and
sound efficiency
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Lighting Selections
BEDFORD STREET
“ TACTILE NATURAL
ELEMENTS OF CLAY; BRASS
+ GLASS CREATE WARMTH,
ADD INTEREST & TEXTURE “
KITCHEN ISLAND BENCH
LIGHTSLIGHTSLIGHTS - ALMA TRIO
DINING TABLE TRIO
MUUTO - OPEN PENDANTS
STUDY DESK
KLAYLIFE - CALO PENDANT
ENSUITE + MAIN BATHROOM
NIGHTWORKS - DUOMO STEM
MAIN BEDROOM BEDHEAD
NIGHTWORKS - DUOMO
POWDER ROOM
WE PONDER - DAWN
STAIRWELL
MARZ DESIGNS
TERRA 2
FRONT ENTRY DOOR
LIGHTSLIGHTSLIGHTS -
CONE STRAIGHT EXTERIOR
BBQ + OUTDOOR SHOWER
LIGHTSLIGHTSLIGHTS -
CONE FLUSH EXTERIOR
Hardware Selections
BEDFORD STREET
“KNURLED BRASS; TAN LEATHER;
TIMBER + NATURAL STONE ELEMENTS
ADD DESIGNER TOUCHES“
INTERNAL DOOR LEVERS
LO AND CO - KINTORE LEVER
PLAYROOM JOINERY
LO AND CO - KINTORE KNOB
STUDY JOINERY
MADE MEASURE
LEATHER + BRASS HANDLE
GENERAL JOINERY
LO AND CO - KINTORE PULL
CELLAR GLASS DOOR PULL
CUSTOM BRASS PILL SHAPE
WITH STONE INLAY
INTERNAL DOOR FRAMES
STAIN-GRADE TIMBER
SKIRTING PROFILE
INTRIM SHADOWLINE
ENTRY DOOR HANDLE
LO AND CO - KINTORE
STAIRWELL HANDRAIL
WALL-MOUNTED BRASS ROUND PROFILE
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Project Title: Kitchen interior renovation
Client: Private Client
Location:		 Maldives
This project was commissioned by a client wanting to
renovate their Maldives kitchen. The client wanted a
modern and minimalist design that would make the
most of the natural light and space available.
Design
The design of the remodel included white cabinets, stone
tiles floor, stone countertop and island, and a simple
open floor plan main. The white cabinets were chosen
to create a clean and bright look that would comple-
ment the natural light in the space. The stone tiles floor
and countertop were chosen for their durability and low
maintenance requirements. The simple open floor plan
was designed to maximize the available space and cre-
ate a sense of openness.
To give the client more options, other colors of cabinets
were created. However, the client ultimately decided to
go with white cabinets.
Residential Interior 2
COLOR
SELECTION
TEMPLATE
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COLOR
SELECTION
TEMPLATE
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Residential Interior 3
Project Title: Closet design
Client: Private Client
Location:		 Paris France
This project is a design of a space-efficient walk-in
closet using premium dark oak wood finishes. The
compact custom closet maximize storage capacity in
a small footprint through creative layout and storage
solutions. Dark wood provides a luxurious, warm aes-
thetic.
All cabinetry and shelving will use 19mm premium
oak in a walnut finish. Doors will have a shaker-style
recessed panel design. Hanging rods is steel with a
brushed nickel finish. The wardrobe unit will have a
floor-length oak veneer exterior with full-extension
steel ball-bearing slides.
LED strip lighting at the top of the unit will provide even
illumination. A motion-sensor switch will activate lights au-
tomatically.
This space-savvy closet design combines the rich beauty of
dark oak wood with customized storage systems. Compact
yet functional, it demonstrates how strategic layout and
material selection can yield an elegant closet solution for
tight spaces.
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Project Title: Addition to Historical Train stations
in the UK. ( Lincoln Central Station, UK)
Client: Academic Project
Location:		 United Kingdom
This master’s design project investigated strategies for
sensitively adding contemporary elements to Histor-
ical train stations using the the 174-year-old Lincoln
Central train station as a project site. The rationale
was to adapt this heritage structure to meet modern
needs while respecting its Gothic Revival architecture
and historical significance. The process involved site
analysis, case studies of successful station additions
worldwide, developing a conceptual framework using
architectural theories, and technical development.
Key findings included the importance of improving
neighborhood integration, accessibility, facilities, sus-
tainability, and commercial viability. The proposed
scheme adds a new steel-structured floor for retail
and events, transforming the interior into a grand
double-height arrival space. The vertical addition uses
pile foundations and prefabricated construction to
limit disruption. While contemporary in style, it draws
on the heritage of grand station architecture. Sustain-
able features like solar panels were incorporated. Site
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alterations like opening a rear entrance improve access.
The project makes several theoretical contributions, in-
cluding establishing a rationale for additions and pro-
viding a conceptual framework analyzing interventions
versus the “new.” It also examines design strategies from
precedents. Practical contributions include technical
recommendations, functional spaces to enhance utility,
inclusive design features, and sustainability strategies.
Limitations stemmed from regulatory restrictions on his-
torical structures, time constraints, and lack of public
engagement.
Overall, this project demonstrates that with careful
planning, historic stations can be adapted for modern
users while celebrating their architectural legacy. The
design balances innovation and preservation through
its sensitive scheme, spatial enhancements, and social
inclusivity. It provides a model for sustaining built heri-
tage by addressing contemporary needs.
THE EXISTING STATION BUILDING
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THE PROPOSED STATION BUILDING WITH MODERN ADDITION
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Project Title: Hotel and holiday Resort
Client: Private Client
Location:		 Abkhazia
Exterior Architecture 2
This project aims to design a luxury beachfront hotel
and resort in Abkhazia. The proposed site is on a steep
slope overlooking the Black Sea, providing dramatic
views and optimal proximity to the water. The design
focuses on integrating the building into the hillside ter-
rain while maximizing space and amenities.
Facilities Program
The resort program includes the following components:
90 guest rooms including standard, deluxe, and luxury
suites
Conference and banquet facilities for 250 people
Multiple food and beverage outlets including a spe-
ciality restaurant, all-day cafe, poolside bar, and roof-
top lounge
Leisure facilities such as a spa & wellness centre, fit-
ness room, indoor and outdoor pools, and kids club
Back-of-house facilities including kitchens, laundry,
storage, staff areas
Parking and drop off
Sustainable Design Features
This seaside resort development will provide a world-
class hospitality experience drawing on the dramatic
beauty of the Abkhazian coastline. With thoughtful
design tailored to the unique site, the project can
serve as a model for luxurious yet sustainable tour-
ism. The next phase is to develop detailed architec-
tural plans and begin the permitting process before
construction can commence.
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Presentation Layout
Production Drawing
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Samuel Jayeola
Sammytexy@gmail.com
+447771238586
2023
Thanks For Reading
Samuel JAYEOLA

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Portfolio of designs and Visualization Samuel Jayeola

  • 3. SKILLS • SOFTWARE PROFICIENCY: Sketchup Revit Architecture 3ds Max V-ray Render Corona Render AutoCAD Lumion Adobe Photoshop Enscape Microsoft Office Unreal Engine (learning) • Architectural knowledge • 2D and 3D renderings • Dimension and materials specifica- tions • Lighting layouts • Conceptual design • Mood boards • Visual design • Commercial interior design • Residential interior design CERTIFICATIONS EDUCATION September 2023 University of Lincoln, UK. Master of Arts Interior Architecture and design October 2015 Federal University of Technology Akure Bachelor of Technology Architecture -LinkedIn Learning certification -BIM Foundation -Learning Revit Architecture -Master Rendering for Visualization in 3ds Max PROFESSIONAL SUMMARY Innovative Architect, Interior Designer and furniture designer driven to bring customised design concepts to life, guaranteeing complete Client satisfac- tion. Results orientated, delivering cutting edge and creative designs within strict time frames. Specialising in high-end Ar- chitectural, Interior designs and furniture design projects. WORK EXPERIENCE 02/2018 - TILL DATE PLACART PARIS INTERIOR/FURNITURE DESIGNER (Freelance Staff) • Achieved CAD drawings and model proposals for cus- tomer appraisal ahead of proposed manufacture. • Expertly worked with manufacturing teams to ensure design specifications were functional and practical. • Strategically collaborated with clients to ascertain be- spoke furniture needs, working with meticulous atten- tion to brief in furniture design. • Creatively illustrated design concepts via hand sketches or Computer-aided design software. • Innovatively designed new materials patterns to en- hance existing product designs. • Meticulously built complete design packages with drawings and specifications for the production team. 11/2019 - 02/2022 SPACECREA8 I YEKATERINBURG INTERIOR DESIGNER • Transformed uninspiring areas into warm and inviting living spaces using various lighting fixtures, materials and products. • Strategically met with clients to determine decor needs and project scopes covering space planning, layout and colour schemes. • Proactively maintained updated knowledge on indus- try trends and changing styles, contributing successful ideas and productive client relationships. • Thoughtfully selected furniture and accessories for dif- ferent interior spaces and desired forms or functions. • Creatively achieved unique, bespoke interior schemes through considered client collaboration. • Efficiently produced and communicated detailed de- sign plans using CAD software. • Innovatively designed custom furniture adapted to floor plans, working closely with multiple furniture vendors. • Insightfully recommended furniture, art and accessories to elevate interior design schemes. • Meticulously reviewed drawings, mock-ups and mood boards, verifying element alignment with creative vision. 01/2016 - 07/2017 NOGIL REAL ESTATE I ABUJA NIGERIA JUNIOR ARCHITECT • Orchestrated seamless collaboration and fostered open communication with clients, ensuring all project stake- holders were actively engaged and informed through- out the project lifecycle. • Demonstrated an unwavering commitment to quali- ty by conducting comprehensive site appraisals both before and after construction, meticulously adhering to company design best practices, as well as local regula- tions and national codes. • Spearheaded the design process by crafting meticu- lous project blueprints, translating conceptual ideas into actionable plans. • Pioneered the development of precise design briefs, es- tablishing a strong foundation for projects by accurately assessing the scope of work, budget constraints, and technical requirements, thus guaranteeing the success of each undertaking. • Leveraged advanced design software, such as AutoCAD and Revit, to create, refine, and modify drawings, en- suring that the final designs met and exceeded project expectations. Samuel JAYEOLA Samuel JAYEOLA 02 01
  • 4. COMMERCIAL INTERIOR 1 This project involved the design of a modern office space for an accounting firm in Yekaterinburg, Russia. The client’s brief specified the need for a welcoming client waiting area, secure server room, kitchen and dining space, open shared office for employees, a pri- vate director’s office, and a central co-working area for freelancers. To achieve an aesthetic appeal with unique and visually strik- ing elements, I incorporated curvilinear glass dividers and panels throughout the space. The curved transparent surfaces enhance flow between zones, allow abundant natural light penetra- tion, and add an organic feel to the otherwise rigid geometry. The centerpiece of the lobby is a parametric column fixture that cre- ates a sense of movement. By implementing the client’s functional re- quirements within an innovative and visually engaging envelope, the final design provides this accounting firm with a modern, distinctive, and ergonomic workplace suited to their brand and organizational needs. The client was pleased with the creative geometries bal- anced with purposeful spaces tailored specifically for their business. Project Title: Modern Office Design for Accounting Firm in, Russia Client: ARR Russia Location: Yekaterinburg, Russia Samuel JAYEOLA Samuel JAYEOLA 04 03
  • 6. COMMERCIAL INTERIOR 2 This project involved the interior design of a new chess academy and club within a historic building in central Yekaterinburg, Russia. The space needed to accommo- date classrooms, offices, a museum, store and flexible event space while respecting the existing architecture. Design Features and Spaces 8 Chess Classrooms - Designed with removable partition slides to open into 1 large event space. Mix of classic and modern elements. Entrance and Waiting Area - Welcomes visitors into the space. Uses existing archi- tectural details. Offices - Administrative work areas with simple, contemporary design. First Aid/Medical Room - For use during tournaments or in case of emergencies. Chess Museum - Showcases artifacts and history of chess. Traditional detailing and displays. Souvenir Store - Sells chess-related items and merchandise. Connected to museum. Design Features • Brass and bronze finishes on fixtures, furniture and architectural details to convey a refined, luxury aesthetic. • Custom chessboard-patterned floor tiling throughout public spaces. • A neutral color palette of whites and grays with blue accent colors. • Combination of modern and antique-style furnishings and lighting. Deliverables The following were provided to the client upon completion: Concept drawings Finish plans Furniture plans Custom design detail drawings Architectural interior elevations 3D renderings -Finish schedules and specifications This project transformed a historic building into a state-of-the-art facility designed specifically for promoting and supporting the game of chess. The design features and details create an inspiring setting while adhering to the client’s vision and func- tional requirements. Project Title: Chess academy and chess club Client: BAM-Stroy-Invest Location: Yekaterinburg, Russia Samuel JAYEOLA Samuel JAYEOLA 08 07
  • 8. COMMERCIAL INTERIOR 3 This project involved the remodel of a small office space to expand capacity and add a meeting area and rest/kitchen area. Working within an existing footprint with most furniture already in place, I had to carefully as- sess how to best utilize the available space and integrate new pieces for maximum functionality. The final result met the client’s goals for in- creased capacity, collaborative spaces, and em- ployee amenities within their modest budget. The client was thrilled with how the new lay- out and furnishings came together to meet their needs. This project shows my ability to problem-solve within an existing space and design elegant solutions tailored specifical- ly to the client’s requirements and resources. Project Title: Office redesign Client: ARR Russia Location: Russia Samuel JAYEOLA Samuel JAYEOLA 12 11
  • 9. Project Title: Menlo College Residences - Common Spaces Design Location: San Jose, Califonia, USA COMMERCIAL INTERIOR 4 This project involved the interior design and virtual staging of common spaces in the new student residences at Menlo College in collaboration with Pacific Office Designs. The spaces included a study room, lounge areas, mini theater, game room and trading room/office. Process The architectural firm provided a list of suggested furni- ture and a material mood board to guide design decisions. Using this direction, mood boards were created showing furniture layouts and selections for each space focused on aesthetics and functionality. The next phase involved 3D modeling and rendering of the spaces with the proposed furnishings virtually staged. The following were provided to Pacific Office Designs upon completion: Material mood boards Furniture mood boards 3D modeled scenes of each space High resolution renderings showing staged furnishings Samuel JAYEOLA Samuel JAYEOLA 14 13
  • 11. Project Title: Modern Office Design NGO Client: Plac’Art France Location: Paris, France COMMERCIAL INTERIOR 5 A France-based non-profit organization focused on providing aid and assistance to communities in Africa. The new building will serve as the headquarters and main office for the NGO’s staff and operations. The office building program consists of the following spaces: Director’s Office - Private office for the NGO director Open Office Area - Work stations and shared office space for 6 staff members Conference Room - Meeting and gathering space with capacity for 20 people Kitchenette - Small kitchen space for food storage and prepara- tion Storage Room - Utility space for equipment, archives and invento- ry Design Features The interior design incorporates branding elements from the NGO’s logo using a neutral color palette accented by the organi- zation’s main brand colors. Key design features include: Glass partition dividing director’s office from open office area Image murals and epoxy tabletops with photos of NGO outreach efforts in conference room Matching furniture pieces throughout for visual cohesion Bold brand color accents on walls and furnishings The conference room is located on the basement level and incor- porates images of the NGO’s outreach efforts in Africa to connect visitors to the organization’s mission. The kitchenette adjacent to the conference room allows for food storage and preparation when meetings occur. Samuel JAYEOLA Samuel JAYEOLA 18 17
  • 12. Project Title: Residedental interior renovation Client: Zephyr Stone designs, Australia Location: Sydney, Australia Residential Interior 1 This project involved the remodel and interior redesign of a private residence in Sydney, Austra- lia. The clients requested a bright, contemporary update to the 1990s style of their home using a white minimalist aesthetic. Scope of Work: Kitchen renovation with new cabinetry, applianc- es and finishes Living and dining room redesign including new flooring, millwork and furniture Bedroom and bathroom remodels with new fix- tures and finishes Mudroom and laundry room update New coatings, trim and paint throughout Design Features: Crisp white color palette on walls, millwork and furniture MDF panelling used for clean-lined wall detailing Wood flooring and wood accent walls to add warmth in the kitchen living room space The interior remodel focused on creating bright- er, airier spaces with contemporary elements like exposed shelving, modern light fixtures and new window treatments. The material selection rein- forced the minimalist aesthetic through the use of white MDF paneling, wood details and soft tex- tiles. Carpet floor in the office space for coziness and sound efficiency Samuel JAYEOLA Samuel JAYEOLA 20 19
  • 13. Lighting Selections BEDFORD STREET “ TACTILE NATURAL ELEMENTS OF CLAY; BRASS + GLASS CREATE WARMTH, ADD INTEREST & TEXTURE “ KITCHEN ISLAND BENCH LIGHTSLIGHTSLIGHTS - ALMA TRIO DINING TABLE TRIO MUUTO - OPEN PENDANTS STUDY DESK KLAYLIFE - CALO PENDANT ENSUITE + MAIN BATHROOM NIGHTWORKS - DUOMO STEM MAIN BEDROOM BEDHEAD NIGHTWORKS - DUOMO POWDER ROOM WE PONDER - DAWN STAIRWELL MARZ DESIGNS TERRA 2 FRONT ENTRY DOOR LIGHTSLIGHTSLIGHTS - CONE STRAIGHT EXTERIOR BBQ + OUTDOOR SHOWER LIGHTSLIGHTSLIGHTS - CONE FLUSH EXTERIOR Hardware Selections BEDFORD STREET “KNURLED BRASS; TAN LEATHER; TIMBER + NATURAL STONE ELEMENTS ADD DESIGNER TOUCHES“ INTERNAL DOOR LEVERS LO AND CO - KINTORE LEVER PLAYROOM JOINERY LO AND CO - KINTORE KNOB STUDY JOINERY MADE MEASURE LEATHER + BRASS HANDLE GENERAL JOINERY LO AND CO - KINTORE PULL CELLAR GLASS DOOR PULL CUSTOM BRASS PILL SHAPE WITH STONE INLAY INTERNAL DOOR FRAMES STAIN-GRADE TIMBER SKIRTING PROFILE INTRIM SHADOWLINE ENTRY DOOR HANDLE LO AND CO - KINTORE STAIRWELL HANDRAIL WALL-MOUNTED BRASS ROUND PROFILE Samuel JAYEOLA Samuel JAYEOLA 22 21
  • 14. Project Title: Kitchen interior renovation Client: Private Client Location: Maldives This project was commissioned by a client wanting to renovate their Maldives kitchen. The client wanted a modern and minimalist design that would make the most of the natural light and space available. Design The design of the remodel included white cabinets, stone tiles floor, stone countertop and island, and a simple open floor plan main. The white cabinets were chosen to create a clean and bright look that would comple- ment the natural light in the space. The stone tiles floor and countertop were chosen for their durability and low maintenance requirements. The simple open floor plan was designed to maximize the available space and cre- ate a sense of openness. To give the client more options, other colors of cabinets were created. However, the client ultimately decided to go with white cabinets. Residential Interior 2 COLOR SELECTION TEMPLATE Samuel JAYEOLA Samuel JAYEOLA 24 23
  • 16. Residential Interior 3 Project Title: Closet design Client: Private Client Location: Paris France This project is a design of a space-efficient walk-in closet using premium dark oak wood finishes. The compact custom closet maximize storage capacity in a small footprint through creative layout and storage solutions. Dark wood provides a luxurious, warm aes- thetic. All cabinetry and shelving will use 19mm premium oak in a walnut finish. Doors will have a shaker-style recessed panel design. Hanging rods is steel with a brushed nickel finish. The wardrobe unit will have a floor-length oak veneer exterior with full-extension steel ball-bearing slides. LED strip lighting at the top of the unit will provide even illumination. A motion-sensor switch will activate lights au- tomatically. This space-savvy closet design combines the rich beauty of dark oak wood with customized storage systems. Compact yet functional, it demonstrates how strategic layout and material selection can yield an elegant closet solution for tight spaces. Samuel JAYEOLA Samuel JAYEOLA 28 27
  • 17. Project Title: Addition to Historical Train stations in the UK. ( Lincoln Central Station, UK) Client: Academic Project Location: United Kingdom This master’s design project investigated strategies for sensitively adding contemporary elements to Histor- ical train stations using the the 174-year-old Lincoln Central train station as a project site. The rationale was to adapt this heritage structure to meet modern needs while respecting its Gothic Revival architecture and historical significance. The process involved site analysis, case studies of successful station additions worldwide, developing a conceptual framework using architectural theories, and technical development. Key findings included the importance of improving neighborhood integration, accessibility, facilities, sus- tainability, and commercial viability. The proposed scheme adds a new steel-structured floor for retail and events, transforming the interior into a grand double-height arrival space. The vertical addition uses pile foundations and prefabricated construction to limit disruption. While contemporary in style, it draws on the heritage of grand station architecture. Sustain- able features like solar panels were incorporated. Site Exterior Architecture 1 alterations like opening a rear entrance improve access. The project makes several theoretical contributions, in- cluding establishing a rationale for additions and pro- viding a conceptual framework analyzing interventions versus the “new.” It also examines design strategies from precedents. Practical contributions include technical recommendations, functional spaces to enhance utility, inclusive design features, and sustainability strategies. Limitations stemmed from regulatory restrictions on his- torical structures, time constraints, and lack of public engagement. Overall, this project demonstrates that with careful planning, historic stations can be adapted for modern users while celebrating their architectural legacy. The design balances innovation and preservation through its sensitive scheme, spatial enhancements, and social inclusivity. It provides a model for sustaining built heri- tage by addressing contemporary needs. THE EXISTING STATION BUILDING Samuel JAYEOLA Samuel JAYEOLA 30 29
  • 18. THE PROPOSED STATION BUILDING WITH MODERN ADDITION Samuel JAYEOLA Samuel JAYEOLA 32 31
  • 19. Project Title: Hotel and holiday Resort Client: Private Client Location: Abkhazia Exterior Architecture 2 This project aims to design a luxury beachfront hotel and resort in Abkhazia. The proposed site is on a steep slope overlooking the Black Sea, providing dramatic views and optimal proximity to the water. The design focuses on integrating the building into the hillside ter- rain while maximizing space and amenities. Facilities Program The resort program includes the following components: 90 guest rooms including standard, deluxe, and luxury suites Conference and banquet facilities for 250 people Multiple food and beverage outlets including a spe- ciality restaurant, all-day cafe, poolside bar, and roof- top lounge Leisure facilities such as a spa & wellness centre, fit- ness room, indoor and outdoor pools, and kids club Back-of-house facilities including kitchens, laundry, storage, staff areas Parking and drop off Sustainable Design Features This seaside resort development will provide a world- class hospitality experience drawing on the dramatic beauty of the Abkhazian coastline. With thoughtful design tailored to the unique site, the project can serve as a model for luxurious yet sustainable tour- ism. The next phase is to develop detailed architec- tural plans and begin the permitting process before construction can commence. Samuel JAYEOLA Samuel JAYEOLA 34 33
  • 21. Presentation Layout Production Drawing Samuel JAYEOLA Samuel JAYEOLA 38 37
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