Emily Barnett

Statement

I am a conscientious, young interior designer who is enthusiastic to expand my creative journey. Imagining new ideas and challenging the boundaries is what I feel an interior designer should be about. To design with the intent that people will experience an emotion within the spaces I have created. I am always keen on learning new skills and can work under pressure. I approach design in a different way which looks in depth into the senses and how I can interact with them within a space. I strongly believe I have a lot to offer including my own new ideas and approach to design.

Achievements & Experience

BA(Hons) Interior Design, UWE Bristol, 2020

RUNNER UP IN AMERELL PRIZE - 2020

MODEL MAKING ASSISTANT – AMALGAM

February 2018

A week of work experience with a model making company, Amalgam. I created small architectural models and installation pieces.

INTERIOR DESIGN INTERN – ARNO

July 2019 – August 2019

2 Month Internship at Arno included sketching design ideas and 3Ds Max visuals for presentations to clients. I assisted in presentations, mood boards and material pallets towards a range of clients.

Featured Projects:

With or Without Sight Museum and Art Gallery - Visual

This is a visual of the interior of my museum that was designed for the visually impaired. To allow the visually impaired to experience art in an easy and confident way. This shows my ramp design within the building created in Sketch Up. Rendered in Vray and Photoshop.

With or Without Sight Museum and Art Gallery - Section

This is a visual of the interior of my museum that was designed for the visually impaired. To allow the visually impaired to experience art in an easy and confident way. This shows my ramp design within the building created in Auto-Cad. Rendered in Photoshop.

Workplace Project - Main Entrance

Visual of my workplace design created using Sketch Up. Rendered in Vray and Photoshop. An open plan design that encouraged flexible and creative working. Front entrance visualisation. Created in my third year of university.

Workplace Project - Meeting Visual

Visual of my workplace design created using Sketch Up. Rendered in Vray and Photoshop. An open plan design that encouraged flexible and creative working. Visualisation of informal meeting space. Created in my third year of university.

Staircase Project

We created a replica model of the Tabourettli Staircase designed by Santiago Calatrava. The model was in the scale 1:20 and used acrylic and fishing wire. Created in my first year of university.

Collaborators: Mari Parts

Terrazzo Tiles

During my retail project I created a small series of terrazzo tiles that reflected my retailer, Warby Parker. They were an eyewear store. I experimented with wood shavings, book pages and lenses. Dimensions: 100 x 100 x 10. Created in my second year of university.