Interior Design Projects
Sourcing different materials from vendors across New York to construct boards for clients to see and feel the sample’s quality and textures before upholstery or construction, following color schemes previously discussed with clients. Featured two boards in analogous schemes with samples of different finishes of wood, stone, faux leather, wallpaper, paint chips and more.
A sustainable project to recycle three shipping containers in order to create a personal space to reenergize. A selection of warm hues in an analogous scheme was based on the natural elements of South America, with the predominant hue in yellow-orange was inspired by the Inca civilization of Peru, and their belief of Sun Gods as creators. The principle of vista was created guiding the client to enter her space and be directed to an original Peruvian tapestry on the North wall. Other than color, other elements in reference to the client’s heritage were used, such as the use of line shape and form, implemented on the angular windows, providing shafts of daylight in the interior of the space, not just reminiscent to the sun Gods but a creating a pattern also present in Inca and Navajo art.
More material from this project bellow:
Layout of a one-bedroom apartment, using hand drafting, HomeStyler and Adobe Photoshop, development of project bellow:
Sample of renderings using different softwares.