Sunday, May 23, 2010

Thesis Spring 2010

This last Thursday, May 20th at 7pm I presented my thesis, it has been a whirlwind year, which at times felt like it would never end. However, I finished on time, and once I get the pictures of my completed boards, I will post. Below are my a few of my final drawings/renderings, and without the scale figures, as I added those as a layer, without saving as a picture on a digital program.
Tea Strainers, brought my spatial design context together, intermingling circles, which if overlaid, brought a community sense of 'gathering'.

The Camellia Lounge, named after the tea plant. Is located in the current Wizer's building on 1st and A Avenue in downtown Lake Oswego.

The Demonstration kitchen, had two different tone cabinetry, for a more informal gesture.

The Sample lounge, changes it's teas seasonally.

Another informal lounge, stay awhile and gather.

The Camellia Lounge, overlooking the summer patio, and the direct day lighting.

The 'pod's' created for more privacy while dining.

The stained glass windows, overlooking the entryway, peeks through to the informal and sample lounges.

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