27.03.2019 For my final presentation, I have started rendering visuals to present my interior design scheme. I have decided to use Lumion - I have a basic knowledge and experienced it with the external view.
22.05.2018 For the last 3rd year project, I worked on the creation of an architects' practice offices in Cork, on Union Quay. On the two floors, I chose to keep the existing, strong bricks walls, which brought a specific identity to the building. Windows were only existent on two opposite side of the building, and … Continue reading Union Quay Architects
05.03.2018 Using the Specsavers project, I created a series of spreadsheets for specifications. Looking furniture, sanitryware and flooring on the internet, I made choices and tried to work out how much I would need, and at what cost, if this project was to be continued. I only worked on certain areas of the projects, and … Continue reading Specsavers specifications
26.03.2018 For the first project of this semester, I worked on the creation of offices for an accountants firm in part of the Melbourne building, in CIT. I chose this time to create a functional space, using oblique partitions in some areas to create dynamism. In addition, one challenge was lighting, as windows were only … Continue reading The Accountants office
12.12.2017 In order to work on my detailing skills, I redesigned the female toilets in the Architecture Factory of the CIT, and produced a set of drawings similar to those used for tender. I also chose materials and specifications adapted to my project. I did a lot of research to find the material and equipment … Continue reading Female bathroom design
07.12.2017 For the last project of the semester, I worked on redesigning the Specsavers optician shop in the Wilton shopping centre, in Cork. In order to increase the complexity of the project, I had an extra floor to work with, and had to fit more spaces than the existing shop had. I got the opportunity … Continue reading Specsavers, an optician shop
24.10.2017 This project was not about design, but about detailing. In order to learn how to observe and understand how things are made, I surveyed the pods in the CIT canteen and drew them on CAD as if the drawings were for tendering. They therefore had to include numerous details, annotations and dimensions. It was … Continue reading Detailing exercise : the Canteen Pod