Perspective- ID133

Perspective consisted of: weekly sketches, residential, office, retail, bar/lounge, and a final project which was a kitchen and bath perspective. We also had to turn in a notebook with exercises during the course.
Final: Kitchen and Bath.
Kitchen: One-point Perspective

Bath:Two-point Perspective




Coffee Shop/Retail


Rendering- ID211

Rendering consisted of: weekly sketches, rendering with markers and colored pencils, putting together design boards, using Adobe Photoshop to render floor plans, and completing a final project of four rendered spaces.  

Kitchen and Bath- ID275

This was the toughest project I encountered so far during my time at The Art Institute. The project involved us measuring a clients kitchen from top to bottom and recording everything in and out. Then, we put construction documents (CD's) into AutoCAD. After the basics were done, we built a 3D model of the kitchen. I built up all of the cabinets by using lines. Google Sketch-Up was introduced in the class, so it was new to me. It took me a few weeks to complete the kitchen and the added living space. The kitchen has an open concept to the addition, so I decided to go above and beyond what was due and design the living area as well. It is my parent's kitchen design and they were my client's for this project.


Enviornmental Design- ID301

This board was designed in Adobe Photoshop. It is a children's pediatrician office. The program included a "toy" that was supposed to be a positive, learning distraction in the waiting areas. The entire project earned LEED-CI Silver.

The perspective in the top left hand corner was done in Google Sketch-Up. It shows the reception area and the educational exhibit. The surrounding images are all LEED credited materials and fixtures I used within the project.   *There was also a binder that went with the project that went into more specifics about LEED and the point system.