Saturday, December 20, 2014

Design School Portfolio

This week I finished my A.A.S. Interior Design Degree. It still has not quite sunk in yet. It has been two years of very hard work, long hours, and lots of patience from my family.

Some of my completed classes: Intro to Architecture Technology | Architecture CAD | Graphic Presentation | Principles and Elements of Design | Digital Architecture (photshop google sketch-up) | Principles of Interior Design | Construction Methods and Materials | Building Codes | Textiles | History of Interiors and Furnishings | Residential Design |  Products |  Commercial and Contract Design | Revit |  Business Practices |  Lighting Design |  Environmental Systems


I thought I would share my journey by posting images of some of the many projects that I have done over these past two years. I have learned so much....more than I ever thought I would. 


Portfolio Images:


Hand Sketches

Hand Renderings
Model built to scale


Caribbean Style Rug Design

Office Space in downtown Raleigh - Autocad, Autodesk Homestyler

AutoCad and Google Sketch-Up

Hand Drafted


Hand Drafted


Autocad

Autodesk Homestyler, Photoshop


Sketch-Up, Photshop, Autodesk Homestyler

Google Sketch-up, Photoshop

Autocad


Design Boards for Projects:

Waiting area renovation

Commercial Bathroom - Google Sketch-up

Rustic Bathroom
Office Renovation
Sustainable Project
Mixed Use Facility
Mixed Use Facility Lighting Plan
Misc. Images
Master Suite Design

Master Suite Selections

Master Suite Selections


Inspiration Board


Row House up fit

One Bedroom Apartment Plan

Pipe Rendering

Commercial Bathroom Perspective - Google Sketch-up

Paint Color Project with digital perspectives

Hand Drafting Project

Some of the many, many books I had to buy

Book shelf model built to scale from construction documents

Design philosophy collage

Fabric Design

Luminary Project (Pallet Wood)

Environmental System Class

Homework

I am looking forward to see what the future holds. I will keep you all updated.











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