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Restaurant interior & apartment Fall 2017

I worked with a Stoneking/ von Storch architects on rendering this interior design for a new restaurant in town. We went through several iterations testing finishes and lighting options to refine the initial design.

This next project was done for a development company that is marketing a residential building on the waterfront in Southeast DC. I prepared some initial marketing material for a presentation the company was preparing. These renders show a typical apartment interior and the rooftop amenity space.

SOCA interiors

Some recent work I completed was a series of renderings showing the proposed interior of the field house that is to be built for SOCA (Soccer Organization of the Charlottesville Area). I had previously completed renderings of the exterior of the building and the indoor field. This time, they wanted some renderings showing the interior of the head house for their most recent fundraising effort.

These renderings mainly show the entry sequence. The architects had recently completed the drawings for this portion of the building. Some of the main features are the trophy display cases at the entry, the information booth, and the “pub” cafe space. I also did one render to show the small gym on the lower floor.

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Featured project: Elliott Avenue development, Charlottesville, Virginia

Congratulations to Habitat for Humanity of Greater Charlottesville and Southern Development Homes on their successful bid for the purchase of the city lot on Elliott Avenue! I was brought on board at the 11th hour to help Habitat staff and Stoneking/ von Storch Architects prepare additional presentation material that the city was requesting for one of their review meetings. I prepared a fly-through video and a series of still images that helped to show the development design concept that Habitat and Southern Development were proposing for the redevelopment of the site.