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Jeffery Taylor

Jeffery Taylor

Seattle, WA, US

 

About 

Upon graduating, I married the love of my life and we decided to move to be with family and to experience the beautiful city of Seattle. With a Bachelor's degree in Interior Design I have a passion for the built interior environment. My goal is to work with an architecture and design firm and to eventually sit for the NCIDQ in order to obtain an Interior Design license. With my love for continuing education, I plan to pursue a Master's of Architecture in order to obtain a license in Architecture. I am currently working at The Home Depot as a Kitchen Design Consultant.

My work is completely client based and responds to visions they desire. I am personally intrigued with concepts from the turn-of-the century modern time period; however, I have a deep respect for all styles and time periods. Favorite architects/designers are Frank Lloyd Wright, Mies van der Rohe, Philip Johnson, and Frank Gehry. Oh, and one more thing, I love chairs.

Employment 

The Home Depot, Seattle, Kitchen Design Consultant

Produced kitchen and bath cabinetry and countertop estimates.
Provided design consultations for clients.
Coordinated design solutions with senior designers.
Executed working drawings using 20-20 design.
Reviewed labor bids from contractors with clients.
Consulted with manufacturer sales representatives.

Jun 2012 - current
 

Hoffmann Architects, Searcy, Interior Design Intern

Coordinated design solutions with principal architect.
Prepared architectural plans, 3-D views and other working drawings using Revit Architecture 2012 and AutoCAD Architecture 2009.
Researched codes, ADA guidelines and materials.
Provided space planning assistance.
Observed client and manufacturer sales representative meetings.

Jan 2012 - May 2012
 

Bike City AR, Searcy, Floor Manager

Sold/ordered bikes, apparel, and accessories.
Consulted with manufacturer sales representatives.
Maintained public Facebook site.
Organized and led weekly rides.

Oct 2011 - Jan 2012
 

Education 

Harding University, Searcy, Bachelors, Interior Design

The Harding University Interior Design program is CIDA accredited. I was thoroughly trained in all phases of the design process, ranging from programming to construction documents. With courses in CAD, ID/Arch history, residential, commercial, retail, and healthcare design I was able to develop a well-rounded perspective of architecture and design.

Aug 2009 - May 2012
 

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