Date Completed: April19, 2009
These renderings were created for my Advanced Design Processes course which was designed for students to develop an understanding of programming and its role as the link between the analysis phase and the synthesis phase of environmental design in non-residential interiors.
The renderings seen here were produced for Phase III: Design Development Phase of the interior design of the law offices of Thomas, Edwards & Stone LLP. The Design Development Phase consists of the formal presentation of design concepts as discovered in the programming and schematic design phases of an interior design project. This phase includes floor plans, perspectives, elevation studies, furniture and furbishing selections that are presented in a combination of hand-drawn, AutoCAD and Adobe Photoshop mediums.