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  1. 1. S R S t e p h a n i e R u n n i o n Interior Design Portfolio
  2. 2. [ Without deviation from the norm progress is not possible. I Frank Zappa TABLE OF CONTENTS
  3. 3. Residential Design Developement Residential Kitchen & Bath Design Internship Jacqueline Zinn Design Commercial Environmental Design Design Developement Commercial Senior Seminar Hospitality Specialty Design Advanced Detailing & Systems Advanced Computer-Aided Design
  4. 4. [ The aim of art is to represent not the outward appearance of things, but their inward significance. [ I Aristotle I
  6. 6. THE Faye RESIDENCE This new reclaimed green home located on the Chicago North Shore goes industrial glam, where rustic design meets mid-century glamour. Universal design was embraced to ensure safety and to provide appropriate clearances where needed. An abundance of reclaimed and salvaged materials were used to reveal raw beauty. By reusing parts of old construction the home is a beautiful demonstration of environmental sustainability. Floor to ceiling windows allow natural daylight to flood the interior and fresh oxygen to fill the home. Rustic materials such as concrete, brick, steel and timber give the home warmth through its natural textures. These materials allow the home to blend into its natural surrounding and reflect on Chicago’s upbeat, industrial vibe. The glam comes in through the glass of the luminaires, the sheen of the upholstery, and the bold art work collected by Ms. Faye. This eclectic mix is answered with a clean, vibrant design. The orthographic projection and floor plans were hand drafted using pen and ink while the model was constructed using bristol board, foam core board, balsa wood and drafting film.
  7. 7. FIRST FLOOR PLAN Original Scale: 1/4” = 1’-0” SECOND FLOOR PLAN Original Scale: 1/4” = 1’-0”
  8. 8. SECOND FLOOR ELEVATION Original Scale: 1/4” = 1’-0”
  9. 9. MASTER BEDROOM These elevations are of the two main walls of the master bedroom. The bedroom has a wall which partially seperates the room into sleeping and leisure areas. The wall is concrete which adds a strong industrial look against the tufted upholstrey and hanging chandelier. The art is once again by Marilyn Minter and adds the perfect finishing touch by tying all elements together with its rustic yet glam look. The room is the perfect retreat for a single mother who enjoys vintage finds. The renderings below were drawn in AutoCAD, marker rendered and further enhanced using Photoshop.
  10. 10. GRANDPARENTS SUITE The grandparents suite embraces the industrial-glam look that the home has but takes it to a softer level by using light florals and minimalistic materials. The brick walls stand out against the gray Anna Dove wallpaper. The Yoshioka Tokujuin “bouquet” chair stands in the corner of the room, balancing out the space and drawing your eye around from rustic to refined materials and elements. The above drawing was hand drawn and marker rendered. The drawing was then brought into Photoshop for finishing touches. S R
  11. 11. The Freeberg FAMILY KITCHEN The Freeberg residence requested an upto-date kitchen with a need for maximum storage space. They want their kitchen to embrace contemporary design while incorporating some of their spontaneous personality. The kitchen will be used for family gathers during the day and entertaining at night. Mr. and Mrs. Freeberg have two children, one which has moved out and the other which is finishing her last year of high school, and would like the space to accommodate this close-knit family. All drawings were produced in AutoCAD and rendered using Photoshop. SOUTH WALL ELEVATION Original Scale: 1/2” = 1’-0” South Wall Elevation
  12. 12. FLOOR PLAN Original Scale: 1/2” = 1’-0” Rendering of kitchen wet bar for all of the Freeberg’s entertaining needs. East Wall Elevation
  13. 13. Kitchen Guidelines In a kitchen with three work centers, the sum of the three travel distances should total no more than 26’ with no single leg of the triangle measuring less than 4’ nor more than 9’. 42” high counters should allow a 24”-deep counter space for each seated diner and 12” of knee space. Include a section of continuous countertop at least 36“ wide x 24” deep immediately next to a sink for a primary preparation/work area. Include a minumum of 12” of landing area on one side of a cooking surface and 15” on the other side. Provide at least a 15” landing area above, below or adjancent to the handle side of a microwave oven. MECHANICAL PLAN Original Scale: 1/2” = 1’-0” NOTE: ALL SWITCHES AND OUTLETS MOUNTED AT 48” A.F.F., UNLESS NOTED OTHERWISE. A total of 158” of countertop frontage, 24” deep, with at least 15” of clearance above is needed to accommodate all uses, including landing area, preparation/work area, and storage.
  14. 14. NORTH ELEVATION OF CENTER WALL COUNTERTOP/CABINET SECTION North Elevation of Island South Elevation of Island Original Scale: 1/2” = 1’-0” Original Scale: NTS S R
  15. 15. Chen The RESIDENCE MASTER BATH Mr. and Mrs. Chen requested a bathroom retreat which embraced both modern design as well as their Asian heritage. They requested a custom design shower as well as a jetted tub with custom enclosure. The Chen’s plan to retire in this home and requested that ADA guidelines be considered in the design of their new master bath and be able to be implemented at a later time with minimal cost. All drawings were produced in AutoCAD and rendered in Photoshop by Stephanie Runnion and Kara Christiansen. FLOOR PLAN Original Scale: 1/2” = 1’-0” East Wall Elevation
  16. 16. EAST WALL ELEVATION Original Scale: 1/2” = 1’-0” NORTH ELEVATION OF CENTER WALL Original Scale: 1/2” = 1’-0” SOUTH ELEVATION OF CENTER WALL North Wall Elevation Original Scale: 1/2” = 1’-0”
  18. 18. Bathroom Guidelines The clear opening of a doorway should be at least 34”. This would require a minimmum 3’-0“ door. A minimum space of at least 21” must be planned in front of lavatory, toilet and tub. A minimum space of at least 24” must be planned in front of a shower entry. The minimum distance between the centerlines of two lavatories should be at least 30”. A roll-in shower with a minimum size of 36” x 60”. North Elevation of Center Wall South Elevation of Center Wall Walls throughout the bathroom should be prepared (reinforced) at time of construction to allow for installation of grab bars to support a minimum of 250 lbs. of pressure. The size for a seperate toilet compartment should be at least 36” x 66”. S R
  19. 19. [ Space is the breath of art. [ Frank Lloyd Wright I I
  20. 20. INTERNSHIP
  21. 21. J Z Jacqueline Zinn Jacqueline Zinn is a Chicago Interior Designer who began her own fullservice Interior Design firm, Jacqueline Zinn Design, in 2009. She focuses primarily on Residential and Kitchen & Bath design, and also works on small Commercial and Hospitality projects as well. She is a dedicated designer whose passion is to create functional, yet eye-pleasing design solutions. She believes communication is key in creating a successful space and her design objective is complete client satisfaction. Her design approach focuses on the transformation while maintaining unity throughout each space. Jacqueline’s passion and experience is evident in her results which include: smart, polished, graceful and timeless designs. “CHANGE. ” It’s a good thing The internship allowed a lot of skills to be utilized which were developed over the course of an educational career. AutoCAD and hand drawings along with Photoshop and hand renderings were produced for Jacqueline and her clients. Kitchen & Bath, Residential and Commercial projects were worked on through the course of the internship. Being able to work with projects hands-on meant design and conceptual thinking skills were utilized. New trends were researched and materials were chosen for Jacqueline’s clients. Working from home meant time management and communication were key. In addition to skills applied, opportunities to work within clients budgets were given. Blog articles were composed for Jacqueline’s interior design blog which is used to reach out to her current and potential clients. Client consultations were attended where notes were taken and feedback was given on possible design solutions. Shopping opportunities for clients came up and furniture, fixtures and accessories were chosen for clients homes. Through direct and online research, design skills were utilized to help choose items for Jacqueline’s clients.
  23. 23. APOY CAFE ELEVATION Original Scale: 1/8” = 1’-0”
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  25. 25. [ Creativity is allowing yourself to make mistakes. Art is knowing which ones to keep. [ Scott Adams I I
  26. 26. COMMERCIAL
  27. 27. Dr. Roberts Pediatricians Office CONCEPT STATEMENT This design for a new pediatricians office has been developed to promote healthy living and green design. The office is light and airy with an easy flow which mimics the dynamics of nature. Walls if operable windows allow outdoor air and natural daylight to fill the interior, while bold colors mixed with the various lines of the interior create visual interest. A theme of water and butterflies makes the space. Bold colors which imitate those of a butterfly are seen in the various fabrics and paint, while the tranquil mood of moving water and gentle falls are created by the mix of linear and curvilinear walls. This variation of bold colors and flowing walls create interest and overall balance to the building. FLOOR PLAN Original Scale: 1/8” = 1’-0” Notes: •This project was designed to meet LEED-CI Silver level. •HIPPA compliant privacy issues were concidered in this design. •Evidence based design dictated non-slip flooring, and a positive distraction educational exhibit in waiting area. Exam rooms are located right off the waiting room so that children can enter them right away with few negative distractions. The doctor’s office, nurses’ workstation and lab form together in the back of the office and create an open circle allowing easy flow and close proximity. The conference room and break room are located at the front of the office next to the entrance to allow visiting customers a short walk without interrupting the working part of the office.
  28. 28. The design of the office was developed with intentions of being environmentally friendly and is LEED-CI Silver. Applications of recycled content, rapidly-renewable materials, and low-VOC products have been used to throughout the office providing a cleaner space for the occupants and a more earth-friendly building. Plants are placed around the building releasing fresh oxygen into all areas. By keeping the original wood-beamed ceiling, cost and energy were both saved during the development of the office. Low-VOC’s, rapidly renewable materials and bold colors make this pediatricians office kid, people and earth friendly. The flow from space to space is fun and the overall design is visually intriguing. “Mirra” chair by Herman Miller 96% Recyclable 42% Recycled MR C4 Cradle-to-Cradle Certified Bamboo Flooring by EcoTimber Rapidly Renewable EQ C4.3 Concrete flooring Construction Waste Management Recycled Content MR C2 MR C4 Vetrazzo countertop & surface material 100% Recycled Glass MR C4.1 Fabric by Design Tex Recycled Content Rapidly Renewable MR C4 MR C6 Cradle-to-Cradle Certified S R
  29. 29. Inter mix Intermix is an International Graphic Design Firm that employs creative goal-oriented professionals who combine business acumen with street savvy. This newly redesigned office will capture the essence of urban, modern design in unconventional edgy ways. Both raw and refined elements will be combined in unusual ways to emphasize creative development and diverse backgrounds. A less-conventional outlook on design will create a more rebellious, edgy atmosphere. Unrefined details will intermix with sophisticated finished reflecting creative thought. A dramatic color scheme will add an exciting graphic quality and the art will be both visually stimulating and reflect a vibrant street culture. GRAPHIC DESIGN The space will be both industrial and urban to take advantage of both natural and existing resources to reduce cost. The floor plan will be open and daylight will be utilized to make good use of energy efficiency as well as employee productivity. Systems furniture will be incorporated for easy readjustments and flexibility while office seating will be ergonomically designed to adjust to all users. This innovative office will provide the passionate team with a space that not only stimulates the mind but conveys confidence and expertise in a manner that will embrace both clientele and employees. The following renderings were created using Sketch-Up and enhanced with Photoshop.
  30. 30. “...THE ESSENCE OF URBAN, MODERN DESIGN...” FLOOR PLAN Original Scale: 1/8” = 1’-0” 3D COLOR STUDIES
  31. 31. ACOUSTICAL WALL DETAIL Original Scale: 1/2” = 1’-0” WALL LOCATION PLAN Original Scale: 1/8” = 1’-0” BREAKROOM ELEVATION Original Scale: 1/2” = 1’-0”
  32. 32. FURNITURE PLAN Original Scale: 1/8” = 1’-0” FINISH PLAN Original Scale: 1/8” = 1’-0”
  33. 33. REFLECTED CEILING PLAN Original Scale: 1/8” = 1’-0” POWER COMMUNICATIONS PLAN Original Scale: 1/8” = 1’-0” S R
  34. 34. CLIENT PROFILE Spry Casino is a 30,000 square foot, one story, new construction building which accommodates for approximately 2,000 people. The purpose of the project is to develop an environmentally sustainable casino to be located in an up-and-coming Las Vegas resort. PROBLEM STATEMENT The amount of pollution, energy, and overall consumption in increasing in Las Vegas, Nevada. This growing concern has fired the need for quick action to help the Las Vegas community improve its quality of living. THESIS STATEMENT Spry Casino will help boast Las Vegas revenue and inspire future developments to follow its lead through design and innovation. Spry Casino is proposed to be leed certified and will incorporate many new innovations in casino design that may not have been seen before. Spry will take advantage of the Las Vegas sun and will shine natural light onto the casino floor. Spry will incorporate a unique layout with a more contemporary, stylish design. Spry Casino will be a game changer, inspiring a new vision for the future of casino design. 3D COLOR STUDIES The 3D color studies done of the Private Poker Rooms were inspired by the various jewel tones found throughout the casino floor.
  35. 35. FLOOR PLAN Original Scale: 1/8” = 1’-0” The floor plan design was created by taking class requirements to another level. Instead of doing one rectilinear, curvilinear and angular plan, the three were creatively combined into a layout which embraces the three. Doing so created harmony and balance and kept the plan from becoming static. An easy flow from the casinos various areas is maintained by adding variety.
  36. 36. CULTURAL INFLUENCE Spry will have a sleeker, more contemporary feel which separates it from the more typical Las Vegas resorts and casinos, driving in a new crowd of people from across the world. In the long run this will help bring Las Vegas cultural diversity up and increase its revenue at the same time. INFLUENCE IN THE COMMUNITY Having a newer, more Contemporary look, the Spry will help boast Las Vegas revenue and attract a younger and/or more sophisticated crowd. Its innovated design will set a new trend in the Las Vegas Community and in the long run, improve the quality of its environment making it a safer place to live and vacation. PROJECT SCHEDULE PROJECT BUDGET Phases 2010-2011 Programming /Research Cost Estimate (Union Labor) Month 1 Schematic Selections Month 2 Design Development Month 2 Client Presentations 3D Studies of spaces Feasibility Studies Construction Documents Interior Specifications Bidding Permits Construction % of Total Cost $110.87 Total Cost Per SF $14,967,000 Contractor Fees (GC,Overhead,Profit) Month 4 Month 5 $27.72 $3,741,750 6% $6.65 $898,020 User Fees Month 3 25% Architectural Fees Month 2 0% $0 $0 Month 6 Total Building Cost Month 7 Month 8 Month 9 $145.24 $19,606,770
  37. 37. Eco-Friendly Game Tables: EMG Green Approximately 98% Naturally Sustainable Materials by Weight. Wood Components: 100% FSC certified wood. No added Urea Formaldehyde plywood or formaldehyde free MDF depending on configuration Qualifies for LEED Credits: 7.0 Certified wood, 4.4- Low-emitting material (Indoor Environmental Quality) Table Base: 100% FSC certified wood. No added Urea Formaldehyde Natural linoleum face covering Qualifies for LEED Credits: 5.1 Regional materials, 4.2- Low-emitting material (Indoor Environmental Quality) Layout Padding: 100% post-industrial recycled synthetic fiber, adhesive free felt padding 30% natural rubber backing Armrest: Armrest foam is post-industrial recycled, rebonded foam padding Optional Red Deer hide cover from managed deer farms CODES Facility Codes: Occupancy Type: Assembly A-2 Occupancy Load: 1,988 Number of Exits Required: 4 ANTHROPOMETRIC DIMENSIONS Las Vegas Building Codes: Code Type Code Model Building/Dwelling Code IBC 2006 Structural Code IBC 2006 Plumbing Code UPC 2006 Mechanical Code UMC 2006 Electrical Code NEC 2005 Fire/Life Safety Code NFPA 1, UFC 2003 Energy Code IECC 2006 LIGHTING LEVELS Term Definition Units Color Temperature Color of light Kelvin (K) Power Amount of electrical energy consumed The efficiency of the bulb to convert electricity into light Watts ADA GUIDELINES Adult Reach Ranges: How to interpret Sunlight at sunrise is 1800K 100W Incandescent light bulb is 2850K Overcast Sky is 6500K Color Rendering Index Light’s effect on color Scale of 0 to 100 The higher the number, the more “true” (CRI) with sunlight at 100 the color will look in that light Brightness The intensity of the Lumens The higher the lumens, the brighter the light. light Efficacy Lower the watts, the lower the energy consumed Lumens per Watt More efficient bulbs provide more light using less energy Color Temperature: 3500(K) Color Rendering Index (CRI): 50 Power: less than 1(watt) per square foot
  38. 38. Spry, meaning active and energetic, will be just that. Striking architectural details, high ceilings and large, open windows are dominant elements used in the design of this new Las Vegas casino. Spry will indulge in a rich, energetic color palette which will enrich the interior environment. Jewel tones will give the casino an exciting feel while maintaining sophistication. Dramatic lighting and ceiling elements will be balanced by more subtle, clean-line furniture pieces. This balance of various design elements will help create harmony. Lighting will play a crucial role in the aesthetics of the space. During the day, large open windows will flood natural daylight into the rooms. At night, the atmosphere will transform with the use of LED lights illuminating and accenting various areas of the casino creating drama and intensity. The casino floor is separated into public and private areas and numerous bars are located throughout for easy accessibility for workers and employees. “...drama an
  39. 39. nd intensity...” The main focus of Spry is its environmentally sustainable ideas and contributions to a better tomorrow for Las Vegas. A vegetative roof is located atop the building to reduce the heat-island effect and a stormwater management plan limits disruption of natural water flows. Spry incorporates the use of high-efficiency fixtures and dry fixtures. Radiant heat is used to assist in heating and cooling the water and all areas of the casino floor. Solar panels generate electricity taking advantage of the desert environment. The casino designates an area for recyclable collection and storage which is conveniently located. Spry incorporates the use of recycled content, rapidly renewable materials,and certified wood into many areas of its design. To enhance the indoor environmental quality, ventilation systems have been carefully planned out. Smoking is prohibited throughout the casino to provide a healthy interior environment for both its guest and employees.
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  46. 46. [ Inspiration could be called: Inhaling the memory of an act never experienced. [ Jonathan Lethem I I
  48. 48. iffany’s T at the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel Since 1927, The Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel has been the playground for Hollywood luminaries. It is one of the most historic sites on the Boulevard and is one of its few modern success stories. Hollywood Roosevelt is one of the few remaining treasures that still preserves the glamour that was once Hollywood. In the new exterior concept, the hotels context remains embracing its historic charm. Signage was added discretely in the corner of the building in a bright fuscia color calling attention to the new restaurant. A steel overhang adds contemporary interest without taking away the integrity of the building. “...Old-World glamour with contemporary elegance.” The exterior perspective was hand drawn and marker rendered.
  49. 49. FIRST FLOOR PLAN SECOND FLOOR PLAN FIRST FLOOR RCP SECOND FLOOR RCP Original Scale: 1/8” = 1’-0” Original Scale: 1/8” = 1’-0” Original Scale: 1/8” = 1’-0” Original Scale: 1/8” = 1’-0”
  50. 50. INSPIRATIONAL MODEL This inspirational model was created and designed during the schematic phase of the design process. Symmetry, which played a dynamic role in the restaurant design, is evident throughout the space. Curves are seen within rectilinear walls which made a more traditional structure more relaxed and contemporary. Because of this model, symmetry, rectilinear and curvilinear forms can be seen throughout my design. It is the perfect example which shows how traditional and contemporary elements can be simultaneously used together in harmony. THE LEVELS The first floor of Tiffany’s has a casual, loungestyle setting. It embraces the second floors more traditional feel and adds contemporary touches which create a more relaxed atmosphere. The second floor of Tiffany’s is intimate and grand. Ceilings up to 20 feet allow for a dramatic play on scale and proportion while certain seating areas were designed to allow privacy for the restaurants guests. The second floor has a slightly more traditional feeling to it as opposed to the lounge feeling of the first floor. The above inspiration embraces the Old Hollywood Glam theme with a contemporary twist. Cobra-back chair by Christopher guy and Ice Chandelier by Refer + Staer.
  51. 51. BAR WALL ELEVATION Original Scale: 1/2” = 1’-0” The front of the bar has tufted upholstery with a solid stone bar top. The bar stools are upholstered in copper zebra print fabric to add a subtle touch of whimsy. There is a dominant play on scale and the varied pattern of the bar shelves unify the space. Two large panthers are located on both sides of the bar, acting as one of the restaurants many exciting, unexpected elements.
  52. 52. “...a subtle touch of whimsy.” WINDOW WALL ELEVATION Original Scale: 1/2” = 1’-0” The window wall elevation shows the intimate seating area accompanied with dramatic archways and high, elaborately detailed windows. The booths are leather upholstered and each archway column has a sconce which draws your eye to the beautiful detailing without drawing attention to the guest enjoying a private dining experience. The wall is a great balance to the high ceilings of the remainder of the restaurant. This variety balances out the grandiose feeling of the second floor while keeping things exciting.
  53. 53. PRIVATE SEATING ELEVATION Original Scale: 1/2” = 1’-0” This elevation plays a dramatic role in the design of the restaurant. There is a dominate play on scale and proportion and the heavy drapery and upholstered wall takes advantage of the high ceilings, drawing your eye upward to elaborate detailing on the dropped soffit border. All elevations were drawn using AutoCAD, marker rendered and further enhanced using Photoshop.
  54. 54. The Boutique Hollywood Roosevelt’s boutique embraces the hotels historic interior architecture but draws guest in by using pops of color. The boutique sells lingerie and beauty products by Chantal Thomas which evokes a provocative, sexual feeling. The bag and tag design uses the same fun, freestyle concept embracing the hotels erotic history. The risky design of this boutique speaks on what goes on behind the walls of the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel. The perspective was hand drawn, marker rendered and further enhanced using Photoshop. The detail sets and models were drawn, modeled and rendered in AutoCAD.
  55. 55. 1 D-2 PLAN VIEW 1 D-3 PLAN SECTION 2 D-3 PLAN SECTION Original Scale: 1/2” = 1’-0” Original Scale: 1/2” = 1’-0” Original Scale: 1/2” = 1’-0”
  56. 56. 1 D-4 FRONT ELEVATION Original Scale: 1/2” = 1’-0” 2 D-4 SIDE ELEVATION Original Scale: 1/2” = 1’-0”
  57. 57. 1 D-6 1 D-5 FRONT SECTION Original Scale: 1/2” = 1’-0” DRAWER DETAIL 2 D-5 SIDE SECTION Original Scale: 1” = 1’-0” Original Scale: 1/2” = 1’-0” S R
  58. 58. esire D ULTRA LOUNGE Desire Ultra Lounge is bold and sexual and plays an eclectic mix of dance music. Designed after Salvador Dali, the club reflects his inner desires and twisted mind with a glamorous contemporary twist. A startling grand circular staircase with oversized fixtures floating down the center interrupt you as you walk into the night club lobby. The DJ booth hangs over the cutout of the second floor, overlooking a towering glass enclosure of illuminated draping fabric which moves your eye up 36 feet to the high night club ceiling. The raised platform is the center of the night club and is used for the clubs go-go dancers to entertain throughout the night. Powerful drapery and intriguing metal detail heighten your attention and stimulates the mind for a night of fun. Scale, proportion and pattern are dominant design elements in the space while the color red and large graphic art captures Dali’s innermost feelings, associating itself with passion and love. It is significant for his intense love for Gala and more generally, his deep passion for art. Desire Ultra Lounge embraces Dali’s erotic, sexual desires and his dream-like visions on life. Red and black is the overall color scheme of Desire Ultra Lounge creating a sleek, contemporary environment. The lounge was designed with entertaining in mind. The lobby is dramatic with a uniquely designed staircase and the lounge incorporates a detailed wall of metal decal. The large image on the stage serves as a stunning focal point. The second floor embraces a more intimate feeling with layered drapery and romantic chandeliers. The private seating area has bubble chairs arranged for a relaxed, intimate for two. The DJ booth hangs over the cutout of the second floor, overlooking the dancers platform and dance floor.
  59. 59. [ I ...a glamorous contemporary twist.
  61. 61. All renderings were modeled in AutoCAD and brought into 3D Studio Max where materials were applied and photorealistic renderings were created.
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  63. 63. CREATING spaces for meaningful experiences