Interior Design Studios 5 and 6

During my junior year in the program, we began coursework specific to Architectural interiors. As students, we were usually given the outer shell of a building and then given the freedom to develop a design concept, space plan, program, and select materials, furnishings and equipment. Most projects were group-oriented with realistic clients we met with regaularly to gauge their wants and needs. In order to build a fundamental skillset, we were required to create all major presentations by hand using mediums such as ink sketches, charcoal, water color and colored pencils. Below are a sample of projects completed during that time:

Corporate Office Design

Office Lobby Perspective Office Floorplan Elevation and Design Concepts Office Conference Space

Career Sport Marketing and Entertainment

47,000 SF Sports Marketing Agency
Team Project
Completed in Fall of 2005
Mediums used: AutoCAD, Architectural desktop
Renderings: charpak markers and prisma color pencils
Synergy * Collaboration * Program

Insitutional Design

Dramatic Play Area Perspective Longitudinal Section of a Sample Classroom Group Play Area Perspective Floorplan of Sample Classroom

Baby Gator Child Development Center

56,000 SF Daycare and Research Center
Team Project
Completed in Spring of 2006
Mediums used: AutoCAD, Architectural desktop
Renderings: charpak markers and prisma color pencils
Plan * Develop * Grow

hand sketches

Sketch of Teatro De Olympico: Vicenza, Italy Sketch 1 of my favorite piazza in Vicenza Sketch 2 of my favorite piazza in Vicenza A sketch of the Coliseum in Rome

Developed at the VIDI Design Institute: Vicenza, Italy

Completed in Summer of 2006
Mediums used: ink, graphite, charcoal
Space * Scale * Proportion