STANDARD DESIGN COMPANY

Project Type

Graphic Design

Brand Development

 

Project Description

Standard Design Company was developed as a response to the inaccessibility of good design to people who know what they want, but simply lack the means to achieve it. It was an answer to the people that think they have to request a simple or standard design option because the idea of a “standard design” seemed appealing not from a standpoint of what they want, but what they thought they deserved.

So I wanted to try and redefine what Standard Design meant.

Within the Standard Design brand I am able to operate, explore, and curate the world around myself and others in a way that (I hope) adds a little beauty to our lives.

 

Plus it’s fun making cool stuff with cool people.

CORBETT HOUSE – KITCHEN

Project Type

Architectural Design

Architectural Rendering

3D Modeling

Project Description

The client came to me with a desire to take the kitchen in her new home and create a large open floor plan, connecting the kitchen and her living room which were previously only connected by a small 48in doorway.

Centered around a large center bar, the kitchen is furnished with commercial grade appliances and tall modernized cabinetry that still fits in with the rest of the existing house. 

CORBETT HOUSE – MASTER BATH

Project Type

Architectural Design

Architectural Rendering

3D Modeling

Project Description

In addition to her kitchen, Ms. Corbett also had a desire to completely remodel her new master bathroom to create a more modern and open design with high quality materials.

While the existing toilet room in the bathroom was to remain where it was, we were able to add a nice wet room in the back of the space flanked by the toilet room and given a small privacy nook by the back wall of the new closet space. 

The new large vanity includes a his/hers sink as well as a small make-up vanity area where it wraps to the short wall.

 

 

LAKELAND SCHOOLS – PHASING DIAGRAM

Project Type

Concept Diagram

Phasing Diagram

Photoshop Illustration

Project Description

For this project I was contracted to do something a little different. The client did not need me to design anything really, what they needed was for me to help me convey information they already had in a more visually appealing way than simple words on a page. They provided a drone image and their description of what they needed and I got to work.

These phases included strategies to close off the site during construction that would keep the remaining building operational, as well as temporary parking. Representations for the new building expansion and new amenity additions were also included.

In order to respect client confidentiality phasing labels have been removed from these images, but the phases are in chronological order below and include a composite to the left of this blurb.