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Table of Contents

Architectural Details

Hospitality

Retail

Healthcare

Healthcare

Corporate

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Entry 5


Level 1

Level 2

Level 3

Section 6


tacos

Urban Space 7

lobster

beer


Workspace

Balcony

Workspace 8


Workspace 9


Barista 10


Prospect Assisted Living home is the home to 16 seniors ages 55 and older. The 4 story brownstone is located at 174 Prospect Place brooklyn and is 18, 625 sq ft. The home is speciďŹ cally for seniors 55 and older who love to cook. The space is designed to encourage residents to mingle with one another and feel like a community. Gardening is good for the body and soul, so It was essential to create a greenhouse. The greenhouse will provide fresh ingredients to the residents, and will be sold at the community’s mini market. This led into the design concept--Greenhouse. Glass panels and biophilic design was used throughout the building to reinforce the design concept.

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Roof

-Greenhouse -Labrinth Maze

Level 4 Residences -Double Bedrooms (2) -Single Bedrooms (2) -Laundry

174 Prospect Place, Brooklyn, NY

Level 3 Residences -Double Bedrooms (2) -Single Bedrooms (2) -Laundry

Level 2 Residences

-Single Bedrooms (4) -Residence Lounge -Sauna and Bathing Room -Laundry

Residents & Behavioral Concerns

4 Couples 55&up

8 Singles 55&up

Vision Decrease Cataracts, Glaucoma

Hearing Decrease Presbycusis and Tinnitus

Sensitivity and Strength Decrease

Taste Decrease

Smell Decrease

Level 1 Community -Parlor -Mini Market -Library -Administration

Lower Level Activity -Dining Area -Kitchen and Pantry -Medical OďŹƒce -Activity Area -Building Functions

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Dining Area 13


Level 1

Level 3 & 4

Lower Level

Roof

Level 2

Building Section

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Dining Area 15


Greenhouse

Living Area

Lounge 16


Gramercy Park Pediatrics Gramercy Park Pediatrics is a first floor medical office with an area of 3,000 sq ft. The primary user group are newborns to age 21. The secondary user group of the space includes 2 doctors, 2 nurses, 2 receptionists, and 2 administration. The concept of the space is to play with scale, which was inspired by Dr Seuss. It was important to design a space that would entertain a wide range of ages. An essential part of the design is the creation of the waiting area which is separated into three groups: newborns, children, and teenagers. By separating the waiting rooms into groups, it prevents the spread of viruses and creates a more comfortable atmosphere for the patients. The examine rooms are also designed to accommodate a wide range of ages.

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Location

Patients

Gramercy Park 52 Gramercy Park North, New York, NY 10010 3,000 SQ FT 12’ Slab Height

Newborns, Children, Adolescents, & Young Adults Ranging from birth to 21 years old Both sick and well visits

Races

Age Distribution 18


Teenage Waiting Area

Waiting Area FFF&E 19

Infant Exam Room FFF&E

2D Element


Corridor

Floorplan

Exam Room

Children’s Waiting Area

Reception 20


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88 Prince Street, New York, NY 10012 Notes is a speciality store with an area of 4,000 sq ft in Soho, New York. Notes is designed for the sale of guitars, keyboards, records, amps, stands, & pedals. The customer ranges from 18-50 students, professionals, and medicocre musicians. The design of Notes embodies the rock and roll lifestyle. Here the customers will feel comfortable to chill, record, and rock out with one another. Additionally, upstairs is an area where customers can purchase and listen to records. Notes is not just about selling music and musical instruments- it’s a lifestyle.

Merchandise

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Building Section

Stair Detail

Guitar Display Detail

SOUND BOOTH

Level 1

Level 2

FFF&E & Elevation 24


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21 West 46th Street, New York, NY 10036 Spice in an ecofriendly organic food restaurant with a twist. Spice provides the customer with exotic spices to add a kick to their entree. These exotic spices includes saffron, kala jeera, fennel pollen, cayenne, and sumac. The place is designed for people who are looking for a healthy meal that is the opposite of bland- it is a unique experience for each customer. Spice is a 4,300 sq ft restaurant and lounge located near Times Square. The restaurant seats approximately 60 guests for lunch and dinner. The concept was to create a space with organic layered forms with natural materials. The design was to create a space where the spices are the centerpiece of the restaurant.

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Dining Area 27

Section


VENT

Bar Section 0’

1/2’

1’

2’

FFF&E

STORAGE

Floorplan 0’

2’

4’

8’

16’

Bar Area 28


ARCHITECTURAL DETAILSS Produced on Revit

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EXISTING SLAB EXISTING SLAB 3 5/8" METAL RUNNER

2 HOUR RATED WALL

CONCRETE ANCHOR WITH LOCKWASHER AND NUT 3/8" LIE BIG SAFETY BOLTS

3 5/8" METAL RUNNER

3 5/8" MTL STUD 3 1/2"

CLIP ANGLE (2) 5/8" LAYERS OF GWB

1/4" DIA. CLG HANGER ROD GALVANIZED AT 4'-0" MAX. SPACING (2) 5/8" LAYERS OF GWB

4"

1 HR HOLLOW STEEL DOOR

4"

SUSPENDED CLG TILE WITH 1" REVEAL

3 5/8" 20 GA METAL STUD ALUMINUM FRAME

ALUMINUM FRAME

FURRING CHANNEL ONE LAYER OF 5/8" GYPSUM BOARD

HANGING CLIP

FIRE RATED PARTITION FLOORPLAN 1 1/2" = 1'-0"

2

FIRE RATED PARTITION SECTION 1 1/2" = 1'-0"

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1 HOUR FIRE RATED DOOR

GWB CEILING 3/4" = 1'-0" PAINTED WOOD

2"

1

1 HOUR FIRE RATED DOOR DOOR JAMB

DOOR JAMB

HINGE

MARBLE TILE

CARPET

MUDSET CARPET CUSHION

ALUMINUM THRESHOLD

DOOR PANEL 2' - 6"

THRESHOLD FASTENERS WOOD FLOORING

WOOD FLOORING

2' - 0 1/2"

ALUMINUM THRESHOLD

PLASTIC LAMINATE ADJUSTABLE SHELF

PLYWOOD SUBFLOOR EXISTING SLAB

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3 1/2"

1" 1/2"

1"

CARPET TO WOOD 1 1/2" = 1'-0"

ADJUSTABLE SHELF REST

1/2"

1/2"

1/2" 1/2"

EXISTING SLAB

1/2"

1/2" 1/2"

PLYWOOD SUBFLOOR

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2"

STONE TO WOOD 1 1/2" = 1'-0"

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2"

RECEPTION DESK CABINETS 1" = 1'-0"

WOOD FLOOR

4' - 0"

PLYWOOD SUBFOOR

CONNECTION OF STAIR @ STRUCTURE 1" = 1'-0"

10"

A100

OAK WOOD TREAD

BLACK METAL STRINGER

GLASS RISER

7"

CONCRETE SLAB

OAK WOOD TREAD

METAL CHANNEL PLYWOOD SUBFLOOR GLASS RISER

9 A100

7

1"

1/2" 1 1/2"

1"

9

BLACK METAL STRINGER

BLACK METAL STRINGER

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ELEVATION @ STAIR 1" = 1'-0"

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TREAD & RISER DETAIL 1 1/2" = 1'-0" 30


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Christina Rotchford Select Works form 2013-2017

About As a designer, my priority is to design for the client’s wants and needs. I believe a great design is not just about the aesthetics, it’s about the user group. My portfolio represents me as a versatile and diverse designer. I design each one of my projects keeping the user group in mind, which has led me to be a creative designer with conceptual and analytical talents.

Education Fashion Institute of Technology Interior Design BFA

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