Interior Design Portfolio

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Interior Design Portfolio

  1. 1. Design Portfolio SUKAINA EBRAHIM Bachelor of Applied Arts – Interior Design Humber College, 3rd Year
  2. 2. FEATURED PROJECTS: COMMERCIAL – OFFICE SPACE 1. 2. RESIDENTIAL LOFT RETAIL – GIFT STORE 3. HEALTHCARE – MOBILE CLINIC 4. 5. WINERY 6. OBJECT DESIGN
  3. 3. CORPORATE OFFICE SPACE: AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL CONCEPT: HOUSE OF RIGHTS FOR ALL Amnesty international is an non-profit organization that protects human rights. Their motto is that everyone deserves to live with dignity. The concept for this office was to reinforce this idea, allowing the space to act as branding. The idea of a house of home and its associations were utilized to convey a feeling of warmth, make the space inviting and give a sense of comfort.
  4. 4. CORPORATE OFFICE SPACE: AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL RIGHT: SAMPLE BOARD BOTTOM RIGHT: LIBRARY/RESOURCE CENTRE ACCESSIBLE TO BOTH STAFF AND VISITORS BOTTOM LEFT: LOBBY WAITING AREA IN FRONT OF AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL MURAL WALL OF LIBRARY
  5. 5. RESIDENTIAL LOFT PROJECT HAND DRAWN SKETCHES AND SECTIONS SECTIONS SKETCHES
  6. 6. RETAIL – GIFT STORE 635 QUEEN ST. WEST TORONTO, ONTARIO Concept: Celebration Throughout history, queen street west has thrived as an energetic, eclectic neighbourhood that has been home to immigrants, budding artists, and young professionals alike. While it seems that queen west has always been a place for new beginnings, there is a strong sense of history there too. My concept is based on this very unique identity belonging to west queen west. It is about the vibrancy of the neighbourhood now, coupled with the nostalgia of the past. It will represent the memories of the artists who contributed their flavour to the area, and the immigrants who made it flourish, while at the same time, it will be representative of the cutting-edge trend-setters of modern day residents.
  7. 7. RETAIL STORE FLOOR PLANS MAIN FLOOR PLAN MEZZANINE FLOOR PLAN
  8. 8. RETAIL STORE SECTIONS AND MASSING MODEL
  9. 9. RETAIL STORE SAMPLE BOARD AND SPACE STUDY USING SKETCHUP
  10. 10. HEALTHCARE: MOBILE CLINIC MOBILE ONCOLOGY UNIT FOR REMOTE RURAL AREAS (COLLABORATIVE PROJECT) TEAM MEMBERS: Andrea D., Sukaina E.
  11. 11. HEALTHCARE: MOBILE CLINIC CONCEPT: ADVENTURE JOURNEY BY SEA The inspiration for our concept stemmed from three words; journey, path and adventure. These words describe the emotional experiences of cancer patients, especially children, and their caregivers. The struggle to overcome the obstacle of cancer is a journey full of choices, both good and bad. This train of thought lead us to think of adventure in all its forms and we found that stories are full of adventures at sea, on a ship. We had found our concept. A ship represented a journey, the choices of paths were limitless to the captain and each path could potentially provide a different adventure.
  12. 12. INNISKILLIN WINERY NIAGARA ON THE LAKE, ONTARIO COLLABORATIVE TEAM PROJECT TEAM MEMBERS: CHARISSA W., SOJUNG Y., MARTINA G. SUKAINA E. CONCEPT: CROSSING BORDERS The angled axis dividing the plan represents the border between Canada and the United States. The angled atrium is an outdoor space with a connecting bridge across the second level. Private office space is separated with a stone wall while the public area is transparent to the outside because of the glass wall partition. The concept of crossing borders is consistently repeated through out the design.
  13. 13. INNISKILLIN WINERY - FLOOR PLANS MAIN FLOOR PLAN SECOND FLOOR PLAN
  14. 14. INNISKILLIN WINERY LONGITUDINAL SECTION LATITUDINAL SECTION BAR DETAIL
  15. 15. DISPLAY UNIT OBJECT CONCEPT: MOSAIC OF CREATIVITY AND DIVERSITY The display unit will be a collection of cubes designed by 3rd year students. The end result is a diverse collection of designs representing essentially the same thing; Humber College, its students and the Interior Design program. I derived the concept from the diversity of people, cultures and programs at Humber and then narrowed it down to my specific program (interior design) and then further to my own cultural heritage.
  16. 16. Architecture (design) should speak of its time and place, but yearn for timelessness. Frank Gehry Thank you!

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