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Chantelle Jade Silvester

Interior Design, BA (Hons)

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About me

Hello, and welcome to my Online Degree Show! Scroll through to find work I have produced throughout my final year at the University of Central Lancashire as an interior design student.

During my studies, I have been able to gain skills in AutoCAD, Photoshop, InDesign, Illustrator, Sketchup, Revit, and the rendering software Enscape, 3DS Max, and Vray.

As a designer, I have found my passion is within sustainable design, and also having an awareness for mental health and disabilities, which are my main core priorities when taking on any project. I can proudly say I work well under pressure, can work just as good in a team as I can independently, and love helping others in anyway that I can.

Ex Terra Lucem, meaning ‘out of the earth came light’, is a community centre for anybody and everybody from young children, to mature adults which specifies in educating the difficulties and responsibilities of life and the consequences of their actions, such as teenage pregnancies; and is also a place where children of all ages can come and be anywhere else other than the streets. The main concept revolves around the light installation I designed, which resemble light coming out of the ground and weaving throughout the building to create a relaxation and reflection space.

Commendations

  • Society and Sustainability Award

Light Installation

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A0 BOARD

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Rendered Visual - Workstation

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Rendered Visual - Education Room

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Rendered Visual - Seating Space

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Rendered Visual - Light Installation - Reflection Room

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Fire Pole Reuse - Spiral Staircase

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Axonometric - First Floor

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Axonometric - Second Floor

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Section

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Keywords: Graphics, Visual, Community, Awareness, Education, Light, Sustainable


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