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This is a collection of images that illustrate the design skills learned while attending the Illinois Institute of Art Schaumburg.

Text of Illinois Institute of Art Portfolio

  • Sharae Lee NeffPortfolio Book of

  • Residential Design

    History III ...........................................pg. 8

    Kitchen & Bath .................................pg.12

    Design Development Residential.... -pg.18

    Internship ........................................pg.22

    CommercialDesign Thesis 2 ........................................pg.26

    Commercial Environments ...........pg.30

    Sustainable Design ........................pg.34

    CAD III .................................................pg.36

    Specialty ...............................................pg.38

  • Contents

  • Residential

  • DesignID275 Kitchen and Bath Design This course challenges students to use planning requirements to create universal and accessible designs. Construction, electrical, and basic plumbing are taught with emphasis on these applications within residential kitchens and baths. Industry relevant nomenclature and product information are used to create technical documents and custom aesthetic solutions.

    ID402 History of Design III This studio presents an in-depth study of the architecture and furniture developments of several major non-western cultures. Religious, philosophical, and social beliefs and customs are emphasized while construction methods, building materials, motifs, fabrics, and decorative arts are explored. Students work within teams to present their research on Middle Eastern, Asian, African, Mesoamerican, and North American cultures. Projects include the development of furniture and accessory designs created through the fusion of world styles.

    ResidentialID360 Residential Environments This studio course explores various types of residential dwellings as they relate to different inhabitants. Project work applies the programming and design development phases of the residential design process to include information gathering, needs analysis, concept and spatial development, and FF&E selections based on research and suitability.

    ID401 Interior Design Internship Internship is a monitored program that allows senior-level students to work part-time within the interior design industry. Field experience is an opportunity for students to apply and advance their knowledge, skills and professionalism under the supervision of a qualified mentor.

  • .........................................................................................................................................................................From the class History of Design III, furniture inspiration comes from Uzbekistan. Here is the finished product of a simple inspiration of iron work and abstract patterning. The crowning top displays a shadowing Jali Screen Pattern which is found in surrounding

    areas of the nation. Melded shaped arches form the construction pieces for the structure. Title for this set may be called Patio of Historic Uzbekistan.

    Images produced in Google SketchUp

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    "Patio of Historic Uzbekistan"

  • This Patio is influenced by Historic Uzbekistan. After researching the area and the people of this culture rich location the development of the furniture came through. This piece would be best suited near a sprawling swimming pool or luxurious outdoor garden. The umbrella would be made from one of many variations of metal. Here a thin brushed stainless steel promotes simplicity. Copper would deliver a richness to compliment the rich green outdoors. The subtle lean of the chairs suggests the relaxing comfort of a slight recline. The Pattern of geometric shapes is one derived from the Islamic belief of using abstract images in art. The developmental process of these furniture pieces relies on preliminary sketches, notes and digital renderings. These tools assist in accurate dimensioning and understanding construction of such furniture. The Elements and Principles of Design that are used here are Unity, Pattern, Line, Scale, Balance, Harmony and Color. The elements and principles play a major role in all my designing. Function before form because the is the primary purpose for furniture.

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  • Furniture Designing was incorporated in History of Design. A dining room set was the choice for this proj-ect. Inspiration comes from the South Pacific Island. Specifically the tribal tikimasks found in the native lands. Using Inspiration as a design tool allows for a cohesive design that also displays original-ity. Tiki masks show emphasis on eyes, or forehead, and some-times the chin. Here the legs and feet of the table show the emphasis. This looks grounded and heavy. Again this is coming from the mask or the totem poles from the area. The design had developed through a series of Google SketchUp models. The table height changed as shown at the right. The bottom image is the latest in design development. Here the dining guests can en-joy integrated lamps found in each tower-ing leg of the table. An illumination feature is the most unique part of this design. As dem-onstrated in the image to the left, the glass globes of the table are to light up!

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  • Clean Line Kitchen..............................................................................................................................................................

    This Kitchen design was inspired by clean lines and an outdoor element. The window view of this space faces a wooded back yard full of indigenous birds. As the idea was to feel connected with the outside while embracing a modern flare, the result was a clean

    line kitchen.

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  • Kitchen Design The desire to turn a

    craftsman style kitchen into one with clean lines and a modern feel was the goal for this project.

    The work triangle does not exceed 9 in any direction or leg.

    Clearances by opened appliances were considered according to NKBA Rules and Guidelines.

    Storage needs were calculated and accommodated.

    User Friendly hardware A Formal Dining, Kitchen

    and a Breakfast nook were pulled together for a more functional kitchen and eating area.

    This plan increases natural lighting.

    Additional appliances for easier cooking.

    Extra storage space from original fl oor plan.

    Incorporated 3-Form organic bamboo rings for cabinet inserts. Allows minimal visibility into cabinets and yet delivers a natural, warm and unique look.

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  • Hot Stone ShowerBath Design

    Images produced in Google SketchUp and Enhanced in Adobe PhotoShop

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  • Team Project

    This Bath Design is a Team Project

    Katie Dunton and Sharae Neff worked together on floorplan, finishes, lighting and rendering.

    This Bath design also incorporates ADA Code Compliances.

    The shower is barrier free and allows a 5 turning radious.

    The Inspiration for this space originated from an image of a water-fall. The rock forma-tions around the wa-ter were also inspired the name Hot Stone Shower.

    Images Produced in GoogleSketchUp

    Image Produced In AutoCAD

  • Utilizes Universal Space Planning..............................................................................................................................................................

    The Programming called to make this existing space transform for specific user needs. This residence must fulfill ADA requirements and accomidate a wide range of age groups.

    The design solution utilizes universal space planning.

    Team Work Model Building with Bozena Megan Poltilo and Sharae Neff

    Images Enhanced with Adobe Photoshop

  • Kitchen Showing Universal Range and Prep Area and Perspective of informal dining area.

    Elevations and Perspectives

    Living Showing Media Center by window wall and french doors. Perspective of Lounge area.

  • Bamboo Flooring Quartz Low VOC Paint Recycled Content Carpet

    Reclaimed Hardwood

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