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UNIVERSITY

INTERIOR DESIGN RENOVATION

The project originally started as a refresh and quickly turned into a much needed renovation. It involved extensive space planning and the relocation of staff to facilitate the needed changes. The building was constructed in the 1060's during the period of architecture dedicated to the environment, It features a breezeway and skylights that introduces a lot of light into the atrium space. To counteract the external lighting and create a focal point that would guide people to the reception area a wall feature of wood strips and lighting was created. To facilitate needed privacy frost strips were applied to the windows. The conference room and reception areas were updated to seamlessly provide functionality for modern devices.

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UNIVERSITY - Honors College

INTERIOR DESIGN RENOVATION

The involved a complete gutting of the original space. Architecturally the building features a number of vertical windows. The client really wanted to embrace the light and trees from outside. The design attempted to bring some aspect of the trees outside with the look of hardwood created by the use of an engineered wood for durability. The space was to provide a casual space for students to unwind and collaborate with each other.

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