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ABOUT US

ROSALES C L AND PARTNERS

ABOUT US Carmencita D.L. Rosales HS 1954, AR 1960

Cita, as she is fondly called by her colleagues and friends, holds many distinctions in her career as an architect and environmental planner built on solid educational foundation. In secondary education, Cita Rosales was a scholar and adjudged upon graduation in 1954 as the most valuable senior being conferred the Angel Castano Gold Medal by her alma mater. After a short stint at the University of the Philippines, she went to MIT in 1956 where she earned a bachelors degree in Architecture and Planning in 1960. Thereafter, she pursued a degree in Civil Engineering that was cut short in the 4 th year when she became a recipient of the prestigious United nations Fellowship that earned for her a Diploma on Tropical Architecture at the

Architectural Association in London. (While in London, she attended short courses in Structural Design for Architects, Tropical Developments, as ROSALES CL & PARTNERS 31-34 PAG-ASA CONDOMINIUM 1100 QUEZON CITY phone (+63) 632-9275748 fax (+63) 632-4538920 well as individuals studies in Housing and Planning.) In the intervening period in 1962, she earned honor for MIT by garnering 7 th place in the licensure for architects administered by the Professional Regulation Commision (PRC).

ABOUT THE FIRM

About The Firm Since its inception, Rosales + Partners has been an unsurpassed resource for high quality transportation architecture and effective community participation. Our professional staff is skilled at working with community groups to resolve the controversies that often accompany major transportation projects. The firm possesses a unique combination of architectural sensitivity, engineering understanding, and communication skills that allows it to create elegant and economical transportation solutions with strong community support. The firm aims to solve complex transportation problems while at the same time creating dramatic aesthetic statements in cities and communities around the world. The company was founded by Mr. Miguel Rosales, AIA in 1997 and currently has a technical staff that includes architects, bridge engineers, landscape architects, lighting designers and urban designers.

ROSALES CL & PARTNERS 31-34 PAG-ASA CONDOMINIUM 1100 QUEZON CITY phone (+63) 632-9275748 fax (+63) 632-4538920

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ROSALES CL & PARTNERS 31-34 PAG-ASA CONDOMINIUM 1100 QUEZON CITY phone (+63) 632-9275748 fax (+63) 632-4538920

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CERTIFICATE of COMPLETION

This is to certify that, Jane Karla D. Samson, BS. Interior Design student of Polytechnic University of the Philippines has accomplished her 50 hours of works in our company.

Archt. Carmencita L. Rosales, fuap, fpiep


Employer/Mentor

CERTIFICATION OF ACCEPTANCE EMPLOYERS PRC

SAMSON, JANE KARLA 2008-04656-MN-0

THE TEAM

Architect Gan is the companys principal architect and managing partner. His associates consist of 50 architects, interior designers, 3D architects and site engineers -- all driven by the twin goals of high quality of design and services and utmost client satisfaction. Architect Gan and his team regard the client as the expert as far as his (the clients) project objectives, needs, preferences and resources are concerned. The architect, on the other hand, draws from his own professional expertise and experience and engages the client in a collaborative process of determining the best possible project approach or solution. This ability to collaborate closely with clients, associates and allied practitioners has given Architect Gan a stable foothold in the domestic playing field.

Interior Design Department Architecture Department

THE FOUNDING PARTNER: ARCH. JONATHAN ONG GAN


Principal Architect and M anaging Partner Key Qualifications Broad background in architecture and design of mixed-use/multiuse developments, commercial/retail, office, warehouse, residential, subdivisions, religious institutions, sports complex, resorts and restaurants all over the country. Award BCI Asias Top Ten 2005 M arket Leaders in Architecture Education and Professional Qualifications Vice-President, United Architects of the Philippines M etro Chapter Treasurer, United Architects of the Philippines M etro Chapter M ember, College of Fellows, United Architects of the Philippines A Registered Architect Bachelor of Science in Architecture, University of Santo Tomas, M anila, Philippines Xavier School, M anila, Philippines

Finance & Administration Department

JONATHAN O. GAN + ASS OCIATES


10 St. Paul Street, Horseshoe Village, Quezon City, Metro Manila, Philippines Tel. Nos. (632) 7210391, 7219154, 7256627, 7256629

about us
OUR MISSION & VISION
dominant firms in architecture that aims for perfection and excellence both on the design process and customer relations. We will render such outstanding performance with our quality works and ethical business sense. Our team of competitive and disciplined individuals strives to deliver innovative designs that primarily aim for the client's needs and satisfaction. We will create cost efficient environments that suitably parallels with the local way of life, bringing community impact of living enhancement and community growth as our lasting works of art. These sustainable environments will testify to our goal in the equal benefit of better lifestyle. Armed with fresh and imaginative minds, the energetic group of Jonathan O. Gan + Associates strives to create this vision into a reality.

services
JONATHAN O. GAN + ASSOCIATES
Hospitality buildings High-rise condominium and mixed-use buildings; Public housing and private residential; Public parks and recreational facilities; Urban design and master planning; Architectural design services; Interior design and space planning; Engineering and auxiliary services; On-site supervision; 3D Rendering and multi-media visual presentation; Project studies and marketing research.

JONATHAN O. GAN + ASS OCIATES


10 St. Paul Street, Horseshoe Village, Quezon City, Metro Manila, Philippines Tel. Nos. (632) 7210391, 7219154, 7256627, 7256629

DESI GN GALLERY

interior design
commercial interior

office interior

Business Address: Quezon City, Metro Manila, Philippines Tel. Nos. (632) 7210391, (632) 7219154, (632) 7256627, (632) 7256629 Fax. No. (632) 4100057 Email: archjogan@yahoo.com archjogan@gmail.com

JONATHAN O. GAN + ASS OCIATES


10 St. Paul Street, Horseshoe Village, Quezon City, Metro Manila, Philippines Tel. Nos. (632) 7210391, 7219154, 7256627, 7256629

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CERTIFICATE of COMPLETION
This is to certify that, Jane Karla D. Samson, BS. Interior Design student of Polytechnic University of the Philippines, has accomplished her 100 hours of works in our company.

__________________________________ INTERIOR DESIGN HEAD DEPT/MENTOR

JONATHAN O. GAN + ASSOCIATES


10 St. Paul Street, Horseshoe Village, Quezon City, Metro Manila, Philippines Tel. Nos. (632) 7210391, 7219154, 7256627, 7256629

ROBERTO LOCSIN General Manager


2nd Flr. Unit 209 LRI Design Plaza, 210 Nicanor Garcia St. Bel-Air II, Metro Manila,Philippines

TEL : +632 846 1498 FAX : +632 899 7468

PRODUCT/S Furniture Lamps and Lighting EMAIL: locsin@locsin.com WEBSITE : www.locsin.com

ABOUT US
In 1979, Roberto M. Locsin established Locsin International, a Philippine manufacturer and exporter of furniture and lamps, together with his wife, Cindelyn B. Locsin. The formidable partnership led to what is now known as a trusted name in the international furniture market. Today, after twenty-five years of commitment to service excellence, Locsin International continues to flourish as one of the leading makers of premium quality home furniture. Diversity, functionality and innovation drives this company to distinction, as it performs and ensures consistent year-round product research and development initiatives. By continuously exploring and infusing unconventional themes and design concepts into practical living area pieces, this company succeeds in producing and impressive collection to showcase regularly in various exhibitions and fairs here and abroad. Locsin International commissions freelance designers and continues to find ways to develop young, talented designers. To make this possible, it coordinates with the Chamber of Furniture Industries in The Philippines (CFIP), the national organization that oversees the development of the furniture industry in the country, Locsin International is also an active member of other industry organization such as Philexport. As testament to its tradition of superior quality, Locsin International has reaped several awards from various government and non-government organizations and institutions: 1991 - SPECIAL ECOLOGY AWARD 1992 - BEST BOOTH AWARD 1992 - BEST PRODUCT DESIGN - BEST BOOTH CITATION 1993 - BEST BOOTH AWARD - BEST PRODUCT COLLECTION 1994 - BEST BOOTH AWARD

1995 - GOLDEN SHELL AWARDEE (Given by Pres. Fidel V. Ramos) 1998 - LIKHANG PILIPINO AWARD BEST IN PRODUCT DESIGN NOMINEE PHILIPPINE INTERNATIONAL FURNITURE SHOW - LIKHANG PILIPINO AWARD BEST IN PRODUCT DESIGN (DESIGN CONSULTANCY) NOMINEE PHILIPPINE INTERNATIONAL FURNITURE SHOW - LIKHANG PILIPINO AWARD BEST ODUCT COLLECTION NOMI PHILIPPIE INTERNATIONAL FURNITURE SHOW - LIKHANG PILIPINO AWARD BEST IN VISUAL MERCHANDISING NOMINEE
PHILIPPINE INTERNATIONAL FURNITURE SHOW

1999 - BEST IN VISUAL MERCHANDISING 2003 - BEST CONTEMPORARY PRODUCT CATEGORY OF THE MUGNA AWARDS NOMINEE CEBU FURNITURE INDUSTRIES FOUNDATION, INC - LIKHANG PILIPINO AWARD - BEST IN DESIGN CONSULTANCY PHILIPPINE INTERNATIONAL FURNITURE SHOW - LIKHANG PILIPINO AWARD BAGONG SIBOL AWARD PHILIPPINE INTERNATIONAL FURNITURE SHOW - KATHA AWARDS - BEST PRODUCT DESIGN MANILA FAME INTERNATIONAL 2004 - GOOD DESIGN AWARD 2006 - Best Booth Award Cebu X - Feb - Best Booth Award Phil Intl Furniture Show 2007 - Best Booth Award Manila Fame 2007 April

Copyright 2004 LOCSIN INTERNATIONAL | All Rights Reserved

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CERTIFICATE OF COMPLETION
This is to certify that Ms. Jane Karla D. Samson, P.U.P Interior Design student had accomplished her 50 hours of On-the-Job training in the field of Furniture Design under the superv ision of Ms. Janiz Mariano, Office In-charge from April 17, 2012 to May 11,2012 here at LOCSIN INTERNATIONAL 210 Nicanor Garcia Bel-Air II Makati City.

Employer/Mentor Designation: Office In-charge

ON-THE-JOB TRAINING FINAL REPORT

PREPARED BY:

SAMSON, JANE KARLA D.


BS INTERIOR DESIGN SUBMITTED TO: PROF. BILLIE JEAN DELA CRUZ OJT FACULTY COORDINATOR

ON-THE-JOB TRAINING FINAL REPORT

As part of the Curriculum, P.U.P Interior Design students should undergo a 200 hours of On-the-Job Training under the supervision of a licensed Interior Designer, Architect, and Furniture maker. The training starts on independently applying for an OJT position on chosen Companies/ Firm and attend scheduled interviews. This first step of training helped me to gain confidence on meeting new people on my chosen field, as well as on how to handle myself professionally especially on first impressions and interviews. The 100 hours of my On-the-Job Training in the field of Interior Design took place at Jonathan O. Gan Associates. A Firm that was known to handle Engineering, Architectural, and Interior Design projects. I was under the supervision of Idr. Seachelle Chua and Idr. Analiza Limson, and also the whole Interior Design Department team. On my first day of training, I was oriented on the office rules, as well as, introduced me to my Mentors and Co-workers. Then the secretary leads me to the office, finally, I was able to be exposed to the real office world of Interior Design industry. As expected, manual drafting was replaced by computer aided drafting; also, I am surprised that cramming was still there. On my first Project, I was asked to create Design schemes for different areas of Venture 1, a Technical office. Though, I was asked first to work on sketches, I still need to manage the time. This assigned task practiced me to be able to produce a number of design schemes for different spaces in a minimum time. It also refreshed my learning regarding Office Interior Design and somehow learned new knowledge about it. The firm had a lot of big projects including the renovations for Robinsons Mall (Butuan, Cainta, Calasiao, Magnolia, Malabon, Palawan, etc.). They also handle the Pearl Place, a condominium building owned also by the Robinsons Company. I was asked to take part in

ON-THE-JOB TRAINING FINAL REPORT

these projects and do CAD on floor plans, layouts, and section elevations on spaces like the Food court, Movie worlds and Lobbies. In addition, I was assigned to make design schemes for the ceiling, flooring, and on furniture pieces. My task includes CAD, I wasnt that good at computer aided drafting and I only know the basics, but eventually the task helps me to developed the skills I have and learn more because my Mentors do not hesitate to share their skills on it and had gave me more tips. I also worked on the Punchlists of Existing and recent construction condition, so I was able to familiarize myself on the terms regarding construction. Im glad that I was able to share on this project the knowledge that I have learned in school regarding on Commercial Interior Design. I was also assigned to work on floor plans, furniture layout, and elevations of Banco De Oro on CAD. And make design schemes sketches for different areas of Jolly Ting Atrium Hotel. On preparing swatch boards, Im very pleased to work on a lot of swatches options that the Company have. This helped me to know and be familiar on materials, especially on new materials. And also it trained me to produced good swatch boards for presentations. I also did research on given design styles, on materials and on some elements regarding Interior Design. The office had a mini library that was full of books about Engineering, Architecture, and Interior Design that gave me unlimited resources for my research as well as provided me more ideas and knowledge not only in Interior Design but also in the other fields. In addition, this task practiced me not to always rely on internet information. My 100 hours of Interior Design Training at Jonathan O. Gan associates trained me to produce good designs and ideas in a minimum amount of time- I was trained to work fast but with accuracy. Through everyday work on CAD, I was able to enhance my skills and got new learning on it. On working with elevations, swatch boards and research, I was able to familiarize myself more on materials and material specification as well as on terms regarding designing and construction. My Mentor once said that an Interior Designer should always work on details. From then on, I practiced and gave more effort on producing detailed work. I always remind myself of it every time I work and if I keep it up, hopefully, I can produce good quality of works in the future.

ON-THE-JOB TRAINING FINAL REPORT

Through my experience of training at Jonathan O. Gan Associates, I became aware on the real world of interior Design in an Office/Firm, and enhanced me more on the Interior Design philosophy that Design is not just for aesthetics, but for function and for the safety and comfort of who will occupy it. Plus, it must be affordable, smart, and most importantly, it takes consideration to the environment.

In the field of Furniture Design, I spend my 50 hours of Training at Locsin International. A furniture Company that do business for export of originally designed modern traditional Filipino Furniture. I was under the supervision of Mr. Roberto Locsin, the owner and Ms. Janiz Mariano, office-in-charge. On the first meeting, I was so grateful to meet Mr. Roberto Locsin, the Head of Locsin International. He inspires me to always strive to design furniture that hasnt seen before. To always work with originality- given to the account not just the aesthetics but also the function and comfort. He also oriented us on the concept behind their Furniture pieces and on the Furniture designers who make design for his business. Ms. Janiz Mariano oriented us on how they make furniture pieces and lighting, on the materials they are using, as well as on different kinds of weaving and finishes. I already know about Indigenous materials but since they specialized on it, I was able to learn more, especially on the nature of each materials- things like.. that abaca is very much prone to fungus thats why it was band for countries like Australia, and America, that Buri and Nito are not comfortable to use in furniture because it can cause allergies, etc. I also familiarized myself on other Indigenous materials that can be use in furniture-like the Corn husk, Loofah, Havana, Patalsik wood,etc, as well as on fabrics, metals and on polyethylene synthetic fiber- I became aware on its countless possibilities in design and also the fact that it can contain LED (so Ms. Janiz told us that before exporting furniture pieces made with polyethylene, it should first be examined and take the LED test).

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OJT trainees are expected to submit at least two Furniture design with furniture schedule and material specification. So, I managed to practice to feed my mind with ideas everyday as well as familiarize myself on materials and furniture construction terms and techniques. I am also trained to edit furniture products through Photoshop, on how to showcase it on the companys website and on how to avoid it from being copied once it was introduced on the website. On Administrative works, I was asked to work on document filing and to construct a good reply for a clients email. And since the company does export, my mentor taught us the process of selling furniture outside the country, and the processing of export documents. Though I was disappointed on how they evaluate us, Im still grateful for the learning experience that Locsin International provided me.

The other 50 hours of my On-the-Job Training took place in an Architectural office under the supervision of Ms. Carmencita Rosales FPUAF, FPIEP. I was first asked to work on the Evaluation of Bidders prequalification. I first encounter this kind of work at Jonathan O. Gan Associates and had a little background about it. Since Ms. Rosales had much work to do on bidding, I was asked to help and because of it I was able to understand bidding. My Mentor was specialized on Architectural projects and Environmental planning, she guided me and let me to become aware of architectural terms. I was also able to refreshed the knowledge learned in school regarding on building construction that had much to do when it comes to Architecture. I was assigned to work on a project regarding St. John the Baptist Parochial school Multi-purpose area. I did schemes of plan, layout and elevations on CAD. In addition, I was asked to produce a perspective of it using Sketch up. Honestly, I dont know how to use Sketch up, I only know how to use CAD and do perspectives on 3D MAX for Architecture. Luckily, my co-worker taught me how to use the software on our free time, so I was able to produce a Perspective for the Multi-purpose Area.

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The 50 hours of training under the supervision of Ms. Carmencita Rosales FPUAF, FPIEP had taught me more about Architecture and construction. Plus, I was able to learn a software that would eventually help me to produce works with the aid of computer. Im very thankful not only for the knowledge and encouragement my Mentor gave, but also for the meal that she always prepare that helps us to work better.

The 200 hours of On-the-Job Training have provided me a meaningful exposure not only to the Interior Design Industry, but as well as, on Furniture and Architecture. Though, it was tiring and that at times I faced financial problems, still, it was all worth it. I am so grateful for the experience that opened a countless resources for learning that let me developed the skills I already have and learned new knowledge not only on my profession but eventually on other fields. There are many people whose nurturing kindness had assisted me on my training. And I want to take this opportunity to thank my OJT Mentors for the kindness, knowledge, and patience they have provided me, especially on their efforts to share and teach me their learning on the best way they can. To my parents for the support and understanding with regards to financial matters. To my co-workers whose encouragement helps us to boosts our confidence. And especially to my Mentor and OJT faculty coordinator, Prof. Billie Jean Delacruz whose tireless guidance had assisted us to fulfill the training even though she faced matters regarding pregnancy. I want to thank her for this meaningful experience. Through this On-the-Job training that have fed me with countless learning and experience, I can proudly prepare myself for the real world ahead of me with confidence, skills, knowledge, and experiences to carry.

Jane Karla D. Samson OJT Trainee

PORTFOLIO OF WORKS
ON-THE-JOB TRAINING

INTERIOR DESIGN.
THE FIRM DOESNT ALOW TO HAVE A COPY OF THEIR PROJECTS SO INSTEAD WE JUST TOOK A PICTURE OF ME WORKING ON IT.

VENTURE 1
TECHNICAL OFFICE P.TUAZON CUBAO QUEZON CITY

CONFERENCE ROOM OFFICE/WORK ROOM RECEPTION AREA 2 HEAD OFFICES

ROBINSONS MALL CALASIAO


FOODCOURT

* THE FIRM DOESNT ALOW TO HAVE A COPY OF THEIR PROJECTS SO INSTEAD WE JUST TOOK A PICTURE OF ME WORKING ON IT.

ROBINSONS MALL CAINTA


CEILING DESIGN 1ST-3RD FLOOR FLOORING DESIGN/ PATTERN 1ST-3RD FLOOR

* THE FIRM DOESNT ALOW TO HAVE A COPY OF THEIR PROJECTS SO INSTEAD WE JUST TOOK A PICTURE OF ME WORKING ON IT.

ROBINSONS MALL BUTUAN


CINEMA SNACKBAR

ROBINSONS MALL ISABELA


MOVIEWORLD CINEMA SNACKBAR POSTERWALL TICKET BOOTH

* THE FIRM DOESNT ALOW TO HAVE A COPY OF THEIR PROJECTS SO INSTEAD WE JUST TOOK A PICTURE OF ME WORKING ON IT.

ROBINSONS CUSTOMER SERVICE BOOTH


DESIGN AND SCHEMATICS

* THE FIRM DOESNT ALOW TO HAVE A COPY OF THEIR PROJECTS SO INSTEAD WE JUST TOOK A PICTURE OF ME WORKING ON IT.

ROBINSONS MALL MAGNOLIA


FOODCOURT
MOVIEWORLD

ROBINSONS MALL MALABON


FOODCOURT MOVIEWORLD

* THE FIRM DOESNT ALOW TO HAVE A COPY OF THEIR PROJECTS SO INSTEAD WE JUST TOOK A PICTURE OF ME WORKING ON IT.

ROBINSONS CONDOMINIUM PEARL PLACE


ROBINSONS LAND CORP.

* THE FIRM DOESNT ALOW TO HAVE A COPY OF THEIR PROJECTS SO INSTEAD WE JUST TOOK A PICTURE OF ME WORKING ON IT.

CASINO HOTEL
EAGLE SKY FREEPORT ZONE PAMPANGA

PRESIDENTIAL SUITE GOVERNOR SUITE SUITE6 SUITE7

* THE FIRM DOESNT ALOW TO HAVE A COPY OF THEIR PROJECTS SO INSTEAD WE JUST TOOK A PICTURE OF ME WORKING ON IT.

BANCO DE ORO OFFICE


OFFICE/WORK AREA .CONFERENCE ROOM

FURNITURE DESIGN.

ATOM CHAIR

BANANA
LOUNGE CHAIR

TEACUP DAYBED

COCOON DROPLIGHT

MI FAMILIA DINING CHAIRS

CURVA DINING COLLECTION

SOCCER GOAL DAYBED

BEDROOM NIGHT STAND

HEADSET LOUNGE
YOUR HIGHNESS LOVESEAT

LOCSIN INTERNATIONAL

ROSALES CL & PARTNERS 31-34 PAG-ASA CONDOMINIUM 1100 QUEZON CITY phone (+63) 632-9275748 fax (+63) 632-4538920

C.L ROSALES
FPUAPF PIEP

ARCHITECTURE.

EVALUATION BIDDERS PREQUALIFICATION

ST.JOHN THE BAPTIST MULTI-PURPOSE HALL

.SAMSON JANE KARLA D.

BS INTERIOR DESIGN STUDENT