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Architecture 3D Model

New Jersey Technology Student Association State Conference The College of New Jersey March 31 st , 2009 2009032 - 2009079 - 2009083


Table of contents Design Concepts………………………………………………… PG1 Building Materials………………………………………………... PG2 Heating and Cooling Plan…………………………………… PG3 Sketches……………………………………………………………… PG4 Floor plan drawings…………………………………………… PG5 Sectional Detail Drawings…………………………………… PG6 Elevation Views……………………………………………………... PG7 Foundation plan…………………………………………………… PG8 Roof plan……………………………………………………………… PG9 Landscape Plan……………………………………………………… PG10 Renderings……………………………………………………………. PG11 References/resources………………………………………… PG12 Work Log…………………………………………………………… PG13


Design concepts The Main Focus of this design was to create a freestanding medical clinic. The medical clinic is equipped with an Xray room, as well as Emergency rooms. The clinic is also has patient care rooms, and a pediatrics center. Interior lighting is mostly natural, coming in from the large curtain wall windows. The lighting that is artificially generated from low energy bulbs will be hidden from view to keep the building looking chic and clean. Although the specifications do not require green design, this model has a few elements to help keep upkeep costs low. The clinic uses geothermal heating and cooling that has a closed loop design. The building is made from mostly recyclable materials. Page #


Building materials

Insulated Concrete Exterior Walls

Hallway lighting

Glass Curtain walls

Cultured Stone

Sustainable Designed Linoleum

Interior Stucco Walls

Foundation wall


Heating And Cooling Systems

The Heart of the System: Geothermal Loops loop system is the heart of geothermal technology. Regardless of the option you select, it will deliver over 300% efficient comfort and savings for many years into the future.

Horizontal Loop: This is the most common loop used when adequate land area is available. Loop installers use excavation equipment such as chain trenchers, backhoes and track hoes to dig trenches approximately 6-8 feet deep. Trench lengths range from 100 to 300 feet, depending on the loop design and application


Sketches


Floor plan drawingS


Section detail drawing


Elevation Views North Elevation View

South Elevation View

West Elevation View

East Elevation View


Foundation plan


Roof Plan

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Landscape plan


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RENDERIN RENDERINGS GS THE Waiting room


RENDERINGS Hallway to Reception desk

Examination room


Resources/references http://www.greenmakersupply.com/

Interior green/sustainable information and pictures

http://www.greenblock.com

Insulated Concrete Forms information

http://www.durisolbuild.com/products_overview. shtml The use of ICFs.

http://speerheatandair.com/

Geothermal Heating and Cooling information


Work log October- The initial plans of the medical clinic were drawn up by hand, 3-D sketches and scale line drawings were created. The floor plan was redesigned twice during October and more sketches were drawn. November- We began building the preliminary model out of chipboard. This model was used for a presentation during class. December-After careful consideration the chipboard preliminary model was redesigned. The 2 nd floor was completed, and the style was updated. January-The floor plan and design for the medical clinic was finalized. Labels and elevations were finished. February-The group made the decision to use the laser cutter to make the 3-D model. All of the preparations and sheets were made to use the laser cutter. Renderings of the building for documentation were made. March-The group had the 3-D model cut out of wood with a laser cutter, and WE WERE ABLE put THE PIECES together. All of the finishing touches were completed.


Emergency Medical Clinic