For my final project I created a Sleep Centre - a clinic that specialized in Sleep Therapy. This Centre would offer overnight sleep assessments, therapy during the day, and a large open reception area that could facilitate Sleep-related education seminars.Read More
For the Reception Project, we were all given a company to work with to create their reception area. This was a fun project! It involved learning about Branding and how to use the Brand as our inspiration for the design of the interior.Read More
Ok, so the History Project wasn't exactly a real project - half the class didn't bother doing it and the other half didn't bother showing up for the presentations. Either way, I enjoyed this project and thought I'd share it.
Building on what we've learned, it was time to look back at that Loft Project and detail out the Bathroom.... Check it out ----->Read More
Detail, details, details! Detail drawings were the main focus of this project; learning how to create and draw up our bespoke items so that contractors can build our designs. Details are what makes a design stand out - whether it be customized to the client's desires - or to fit a yoga ball perfectly in a closet. I chose a Yoga Instructor as my client and decided to give her a space specifically to house her yoga gear.
Details can be a real time consuming aspect of a project. But when done right, you're left with something that is truly unique to your needs - which is kind of the point, isn't it?!