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Coryn Chanel Carr Sustainable Interior Designer


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My passion for interior design lies in the transformation of space. The use of healthy and innovative solutions allow me to create designs that foster beauty, sustainability and functionality.


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Concept: Finding Self Inspiring people of all ages to find themselves through activity in a healthy environment. Client Profile: The Empower Cruise Line is a new line of cruise ships that strives to enhance the lives of others. They have just bought the Four Seasons Resident cruise ship as their first ship of a new fleet. In an effort to be sustainable their goal is to take older cruise ships that are outdated or no longer in service and revamp them to their standards.

User Profile: The Empower Cruise Ship is a ship for individuals that need to reconnect with life. Embarking on the Empower will help individuals find a sense of self through activity in a healthy environment. Any person of any age and ability will feel welcome as the ship meets all ADA and Universal Design requirements.

Scope of Work: The Empower Cruise Ship is a 300,000 square foot remodel of an exciting Four Season out of service residential ship. The scope of work consisted of the renovation of decks 5-14. All mechanical and core elements remain as well as cabin balconies. The goal was to achieve a healthy commercial vessel that has little to no carbon foot print.


The Empower Cruise ship was designed with the environment in mind. There is not yet a LEED for Ships, although LEED for Commercial Interiors was used as a guide line to achieve the greenest vessel possible. The categories focused on were Sustainable Site, Water Efficiency, Energy and Atmosphere, Materials and Resources and Indoor Sustainable Sites (SS)

Materials and Resources (MR)

-Construction Waste Management -Storm Water Design (Deck 14 is designed to catch storm water runoff) -All materials and finishes have recycled content -Heat Island Effect (Deck 14 is a garden and helps reduce the heat island effect) -Rapid renewable materials ; cork flooring and sustainable harvested teak -FSC certified wood

Water Efficiency (WE)

-Waterless Urinals -Low Flow toilets and fixtures -All water is treated on board

Energy and Atmosphere (EA) -Energy Star Appliances -LED or Fluorescent light fixtures -Fixtures are put on dimmers -Restrooms have occupancy sensors -Daylight Sensors throughout vessel -Stack vent system in place- -Operable windows throughout -Enhanced Commissioning -Solar Panels -Solar Hot water systems in place

Indoor Environmental Quality (IEQ) -Designated smoking areas -Operable Windows -Construction Management: During Construction -Construction Management: Before Occupancy -Low Emitting Materials: Adhesive and Sealants -Low Emitting Materials: Paints and Coatings -Low Emitting Materials: Flooring Systems -Low Emitting Materials: Composite Wood and Agrifiber Products -Low Emitting Materials: Systems Furniture and Seating -Indoor Chemical and Pollutant Source Control -Controllability of Systems: Lighting -Controllability of Systems: Thermal Comfort -Thermal Comfort: Design -Thermal Comfort: Thermal Comfort Verification -Daylight and View: Daylight

Intro & Concept


The lobby is the most impressionable part of any hotel, in this case the hotel is on water. The lobby sets the mood and expectations for the rest of the vessel. The goal for the lobby was to make it fun, exciting and place where individuals can sit and converse with others as well as get all the information needed to navigate the Empower. The lobby is located in the center of the ship on the main embarkation deck. It has two reception desks that has a custom drop ceiling that mimics the waves of the seas. The seating the lobby area is centered around the grand staircase that leads up to deck 6, where you can find the fine dining and the promenade.


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The lobby bar is fun and energizing. The color palette gets the creativity flowing. The bar is located on the main deck adjacent to the lobby. The chocolate cork floor that boarders the lobby and circulation areas flows into to bar, connecting the bar to the lobby. The lobby bar features a custom bar and bar stools were inspired from the traditional ships stern and captains chair. The custom bar top is made from a poly molded resin and epoxyed to floating legs giving appearance of dancing water. The 3fom material of the bar is an aqua color that has an waving texture that is illuminated from beneath to give a play on brilliance. The custom bar stool It is constructed out of wiggle wood, recycled aluminum and then upholstered.


Lobby Bar


The Fine Dining restaurant is located on Deck 5 and 6. The space is able to accommodate all passengers on board at once. Passengers enter the dining room on deck 5 where there is a grand room that leads up to deck 6 where the dining tables are. The Fine Dining room is inspired by the rolling seas. Armstrong Clouds are dropped from an open plenum at various heights to give the appearance of the rolling seas. The ceiling element also breaks of the sea of tables and give each table a sense of space. The tables in the dining room seat eight around a round table. The fabric that lines the chairs surrounding the table is a soft of elegant color palette. The flooring through out the space is a chocolate cork flooring that reduces the sound level in the restaurant as well as gives support for the servers walking back and forth from table to There are five back of house areas for the restaurant located on deck 6. There are four located in the main dining area for the servers for beverages, plates and napkins, ect. Then there is one main prep kitchen located at the back of the restaurant that is easily accessed from BOH elevators. All food on cruise ships are made in one large kitchen on the lower decks and transported to the restaurants through out the vessel.


Fine Dining


The Multi Functional Gymnasium is located in the center of the vessel on deck 5. Research found that motion of the sea is least felt in the center of the vessel. Locating the gymnasium in the center of the vessel was ideal because the activities that will take place need have the least amount of motion. The Multi Functional Gymnasium is able to accommodate for gymnastics meets, soccer games, basketball games and an ice rink. The gym has enough storage space for the different functions. The ceiling in the gymnasium is an acoustical Armstrong ceiling with industrial florescent lighting. Windows line the walls of the gymnasium flooding the space with natural lighting. There are daylight sensors that through out the space that monitors the lighting levels.


Multi Functional Gymnasium


There are several empowerment areas onboard the Empower Cruise. The Spa, Pool Deck and Meditation Decks are beautiful spaces that any passenger can utilize, relax and find themselves in tranquility. The Spa is located on deck 12. It features a 3form partition and a small pond that separates the reception and the relaxation area. The custom partition is textured on the interior that allows light to pass through giving a shad and shadow effect. When there is little natural light there are LED strips to illuminate the partition. Under the wall is a pond that connects the two room and connects one back to nature. The Meditation Deck is located on the top deck 14). It is full of vegetation and acts like a green roof for the vessel reducing the green house gases. The vegetation also helps with storm water run off and purifies some of the water that is used onboard reducing the amount of water intake. The Meditation deck is a great place for passengers to relax and connect with the natural environment. Also on this deck there is a tea house and a place for yoga and mediation. The Pool Deck is located on deck 11 with an overlooking area on deck 12. There are two pools and four whirl pools. Two of the whirl pool cantilever over the edge of the vessel. All the pool water onboard is treated salt water so that NO potable water is used for leisure.


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There are six different layouts of staterooms aboard the Empower. The staterooms were designed using the existing structure and balconies. Every room has at least one balcony and can sleep four or more passengers. The square footage of the rooms range from 550 SF to 2000 SF. All rooms also include a small kitchenet and living area. Throughout all the staterooms there were two different color palettes used. A cooler palette that includes blues, greens, tans and browns, and a warmer palette that has purples, oranges and browns allowing the passengers to choose a room that would best fit there needs. Suite A is the largest stateroom on board. It is about 2000 SF and has to balconies, one that is accessible from the living area and other from the bedrooms. Suite A has a kitchenet and bar for entertaining, two bathrooms and can sleep six to ten. Suite B is the a smaller suite that is around 900 SF. This room has one balcony easily accessible from any part of the room. It also has a small kitchenet, living area, bathroom and a bedroom. Suite B can sleep four to six passengers. Located in the bedroom there is a desk that can be transformed into bunk beds. Natural light is utilized in all staterooms by the use of large portholes, sliding glass doors and daylight sensors. All lighting fixtures in the staterooms have CFLs. All plumbing fixtures are low flow and all appliances are Energy Star.


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Metamorphosis - The Idea of Transformation Vision To create a place that is beautiful, calming and engaging where the elderly can easily transition from their homes into a healthy and secure environment.

Design Statement To transform a space into an easily accessible, inviting and useful environment that fosters an easy way of life. Sustainable design the facility incorporates natural daylight throughout, energy efficient appliances, low flow fixtures and voc- free materials. The warm color scheme with punches of vibrant color and organic shapes reflect the natural world connecting the individual with nature.

Client Profile The retirement community has grown 45% in the Arizona region since 2009. With the economy the way it has been families have not had the extra time or money to take in another mouth and body to take care of which is where FCD come in. Retirement communities are changing and are now a place where people want to go and live out their lives in a fun and relaxing environment with no or little responsibilities. The owner of this facility wants it to be a place were staff and residents can relax. The facility is the in the leading for front of design. Through evidence based design and research the facility will be a place that is healthy, beautiful and functions. This facility will be accessible for the whole community to utilize.


Site Analysis I am going to be designing a retirement community that will incorporates assisted living and memory care, as wells as a clinic and several amenities to appeal to the active elderly of the region. The facility will be located in Phoenix, Arizona. Currently there are a number of retirement communities and nursing home facilities in the Arizona region but few that demonstrate the new model of facilities that make these places a place of destination. The climate in this area is the main reason for this location. In the winter the average temperature is 60 degrees and of course in the summer it can get up to a 110 or more. It is sunny all year round and makes it a happy and joyable place to live. The facility will be urbanely located in order to have easy access to shopping malls and public transportation. This site has the several opportunities for sustainable design.

Research Research shows that creating an environment for residents that feels like home makes it easy for them to transition from their homes to a facility with care. Providing lots of natural daylight and views of nature eases the residents and makes it a place where staff, residents and their families want to be. Research based design drives the project and makes it a place where people want to live and work.

Concept & Introduction


FLOOR PLAN FIRST FLOOR

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Iconic Wayfinding Each department of the facility models the colors of the region and displays an icon of the Arizona. Using a high contrast image allows for the residents to easily identify without this image is. Having a solid white icon on a colored background cues the user of their location in the facility.

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FLOOR PLAN SECOND FLOOR

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Floor Plans & Wayfinding


General Wayfinding These recognizable signs will be used throughout the facility. In an effort to layer wayfinding the signs are color coded to the area where they will be located. For example the town center color is mandarin and all the elevator signs stair and restroom signs will be shown in that color. The same goes for the administration area which is red, the clinical area which is blue, purple for assisted living and yellow for the wren care (memory care unit).

Specialized Way finding The signs will be made of two layers of 3form material. The bottom layer will have the icon and color of that area ( for example town center is swallowtail butterfly and mandarin). The top layer will be semi transparent and will have all the lettering and a small icon of the department. The layers of the signs add to the layering of wayfinding and will make it easy to navigate through the community.


Circulation Spaces are aranged so circulation is achived with ease. When you first walk into Swallowtail Retirement Community you are confronted with a beautiful two story living wall/ fountain combination. Adjacent to the two story feature is the reception desk, elevators and the beauty salon. Just past the elevators is the rest of the town center like the mail room, retail store, work shop, cafe, theater, fitness room, day-care, craft room and the outdoor pool. Just above the beauty salon is the town center library. The library is small and gives a residential feel. The books that will be occupying the shelves will be residents books or books that are donated to the facility. There are several places to sit and read or relax on the second floor of the town center which over looks the water feature and the front entry.

Signage & Circulation


The beauty salon is a full service salon that is also open to the public. The salon incorporates water efficient fixtures and energy efficient appliances. The shampoo bowl and dresser station is combined to maximize floor space and minimize the amount the residents have to move from chair to chiar. On that note the salon is ADA compliant and all chairs are light and easy to move around to proved room for wheel chairs and walkers. The finishes used in the salon are all extremely durable and stain/ water residents. Large windows occupy two walls of the salon letting in an abundance of natural daylight making it a place people want to be.

The Cactus Comfort Cafe in the town center is an all organic quisen. All the food product sold in the cafe is either locally grown or pulled straight from the community garden on site. The cafe features a green window as well as an outdoor patio with two fire places. There are several different dining experience that one could have in this cafe. The cafe is flooded with natural day light by the floor to ceiling windows on the south side of the buildings. All the finishes in the cafe contain recycled content or are local materials.


The theater is a multi functional room where residents and members of the community can enjoy a movie in a theater like atmosphere or have a game night with Wii to get the residents up and moving. The theater chairs are custom designed for function. They are have a movable small desk and they are light weight for easy moving. The room is full ADA accessible with a service bar at the back of the theater and a small stage at the front. Carpet and cork flooring assist in acoustical and comfort control.

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Concept: Essence of Experience Indulge the senses and savor in the tastes, aromas and traditions of far away places at Exposed International Cuisine and Market. The shape of a nautilus provided inspiration for both colors and design for the project. Elements of Nature would eventually become the main concepts in the experience at Exposed. Exposed was a team project with myself and two other Interior Designers. The project objective was to take an existing building and renovate it and transform it into an ethinic restaruant that features Spain, France and Italy. Exposed Restaurant is committed to Sustainable design and enterprise. The Green Roof and Education Deck set an example for other establishments to consider the planet while enjoying the tastes of the world.


Concept & Floor Plan


Sustainable Stratagies Photovolatics, day lighting, stack ventilation, heat exchange and a recycling program are just a few of the essentials the design team considered to make Exposed a Green Restaurant to be envied. As one passes by, the aromas of the kitchen make their way through the accordion style Nana-Walls that open in the front and in the back of the restaurant. Outdoor dining can be enjoyed in three separate areas at Exposed leaving Mother Nature to be enjoyed to her fullest. The air bar opens to the back patio and outdoor option for the explorer within all of us. It offers dining nearly year round, has a secluded feel and is protected from the elements with trellis work, a rammed earth wall and fire place for thermal comfort.


Exterior Design


The Water Bar greets the patrons with a privacy wall covered in 3form glass and smooth river pebbles. An intimate bar setting and ample space for waiting for tables near the restaurant, the Water Bar make a great first impression. The Fire Lounge is tucked in the back of Exposed and feautres a romantic fire place. The warm colors and the glow of the wine bar next door, it offers a more intimate dining alternative and high back chairs promote cozy conversations. The Wine Bar is intimate, secluded and allows the patron to see through to the retail Market place and outside. Dancing lights and sensuous fabrics provide the sultry side of Exposed. The main dining area is highlighted by the Community Banquette dining table and bench covered with Kravet Green fabrics. Complimented by warm, infused colors of the earth proper acoustics make this room a comfortable experience for dining and custom fixtures enhance the area with intimate pools of light.


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Empower Critiera Matrix Deck 12

Empower Critiera Matrix Space Decks 1-3 Deck 1 Deck 2 Deck 3 Deck 3 Deck 3 Deck 4

Quantity

Square Foot

Back of house space and crew cabins Tank Top 1 Tween Deck 1 Crew Cabins 70-100 109 Officers BB 11 Mechanical Area 1 Back of house space and crew cabins Bulk Head Deck 1 Chief Eng. 1 Officers BB 16 Officers CC 16 Officers DD 5 Crew Cabins 32 Crew Rec Lounge 1200 1 Traning Center 1 Hospital 1

Deck 5 Back of House General Manager Asst. Manager Main Kitchen Front of House Main Lobby

Public/ Private

DayLight ( Y or N)

Private Private Private Private

N N if possible N N

Private

Adjacencies

Not in Contract Not in Contract Small kitchnet, Closet space and restroom Not in Contract Not in Contract

Some

Crew Cabins

1 1 1

Gymnasium

1

Public

Restaurants

6

No

Retail Shops

16

14,358

Public

Yes

Fine Dining

1

20,313

Public

Yes

Lobby

11,178 Deck 6

Embarktion Deck

1

Special Equipment

Not in Contract Not in Contract Not Iin Contract Not in Contract Not in contract Not in Constract Not in Contract Not in Contract Not in Contract Not in Contract Not in Contract Not in Contract Lounge seating, Reception Desk, ATM, Storage, Gymnastics equipment ( Floor 40' x 40', Bars, Beam, Vault), Ice ring, basket ball court.

Deck 14

6,730

Public

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1

1,836

Public

Yes

Lobby, Spa

Pedicure station, nail stations, hair styling station, room for mixing color (needs a sink), reception and waiting area

Spa

1

5,239

Public

Yes

Lobby, Beauty Salon

Reception and Waitning area, relaxation area, small dining area for lunch meals

Empowerment Managers

1

1,583

Public

Yes

Empowerment Areas

Meeting Rooms, Reception and Waiting area

Fitness Gyms

3

Total 1,503

Public

Yes

Workout equipment

Track Work Shop Pottery Room Soap Making Room Art Room Photography Room Meditation Deck Garden Tea House Yoga Area

1 1 1 1 1 1

15,982 673 836 350 632 300

Public Public Public Public Public Public

Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

Not in Contract Not in Contract Not in Contract Not in Contract Not in Contract Not in Contract

Public Public Public

Yes Yes Yes

1 1 1

Lobby Lobby Lobby Lobby Lobb 14,890

Outdoor patio furniture, benches, plants Not in Contract Yoga mats

Empower Critiera Matrix Deck 7 - Deck 10 State Rooms

Public Lobby, State Rooms Not in Contract Dining table for 8; enough to seat 1000 Lobby, State Rooms people Lobby, State Rooms, Music Stage, Small Bar, Viewing area Life Boats

Beauty Salon

Deck 11

Guest Suite A

8

Guest Suite B

32

Guest Suite C

36

Guest Suite D

44

Sports Deck Class Rooms Music Room Coffee Shop Ice Creame Shop Boxing Ring Bowling Ally Buffett

4 1 1 1 1 1 1

Main Pool

Kitchen, 2 queen beds, living area, 2 bathrooms, safe, Patio Small Kitchenet, 1 queen bed, I set of bunk 866 each Private Yes Lobby, Fine Dining beds with desk under, living area, safe, patio Small Kitchenet, 2 queen bed, living area, 1,106 each Empower Private Criteria YesMatrix Lobby, Fine Dining safe, patio Small Kitchenet, 2 queen bed, living area, 776 each Private Yes Lobby, Fine Dining safe, patio

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around 2,300 each

Private

Yes

719 Each 825 580 580 1171 9,939 4,329

Public Public Public Public Public Public Public

Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

11656 Public

Yes

Lobby, Fine Dining

Not in Contract Not in Contract Not in Contract Not in Contract Not in Contract Not in Contract Not in Contract Lobby

Empower Criteria Matrix

Cabanas sournd pool, lounge chairs, two cantalever whirl pools, seating for conversations


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Programming Document Outline

I. Project Description: Building Square Footage = 330,504 (__80_% Building Efficiency) __16__% Circulation Factor + _14__% Misc. _80__% Building Efficiency = 240,000 sf. (assignable) _20__% Building Inefficiency = 60,000 sf. ( 9,600 sf. circulation + 8,400 sf. Misc.)

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Program Usable = 330,504 sf.

Assignable + = 240,000 sf.

Deck 5: Program Usable = 51,000 sf.

Assignable + = 42,840 sf.

Circulation + 8,160 sf.

Deck 6: Program Usable = 49,661 sf.

Assignable + = 41,715.15 sf.

Circulation + 7,945.76 sf.

Deck 7-10: Program Usable = 172,636 sf.

Assignable + = 145,015 sf.

Circulation + 27,621 sf.

Deck 11: Program Usable = 41,796 sf.

Assignable + = 35,109 sf.

Circulation + 6,687 sf.

Assignable + = 30,517.2 sf.

Circulation + 5812.8 sf.

Assignable + = 12,600 sf.

Circulation + 2,400 sf

I BC 2006 2010 ADA Standards Deck 12: SOL AS Program Usable = IMO (International Martime Organization) 36,330 sf. ISM (International Safety Management) IPC - Plumbing Code Deck 14: NEC - Electrical Code Program Usable = IMC - Mechanical Code NFPA - Fire Code 15,000 sf.

Circulation + 9,600 sf.


A lot of research and planning went into design a 330,000 square foot cruise ship. I conducted many interviews, studied several case studies and did numerous virtual site visits since ports are not readily available to use in Colorado.

Interviews Throughout the interviewing process safety and function seem to be the key points of designing a cruise ship. I interviewed several different types of people to a well rounded idea of what would meet every ones needs on a large scale. I started with professionals that currently work or has worked in the past on cruise ships. They gave me a lot of insight on the codes that need to be adhered to and the function that ships must have to circulate people and goods aboard. I then interviewed individuals that have traveled on a cruise ship and others that would be future cruisers. From these interviews I got a lot of information on what amenities the common consumers would like to have aboard. The interviewing process was crucial to the designing process and all throughout the design the findings of these interviews can be seen.

Case Studies To get a better understanding of how cruise ships work currently, I studied many case studies in many different areas of design. I look into a case study on GREEN ships, accessibility on board, how stereo systems work and lighting design. Throughout these case studies I took the most important aspects and applied them to the design of Empower.

Site Observations Since Colorado is a land locked state and we do not have ports available to use I did all my site observation virtually. I looked at many different sizes of cruise ships. I focused on the room layouts of staterooms and how they function, the amenities that were on board and the circulation patterns of these cruise ship. The site observations helped me decide on the size of cruise ship that would most benefit my design plan.

Codes & Research


Manufacturer Vitra Product Name Alcove Chair

Manufacturer Vitra Product Name Alcove Sofa

Frame Finish

Frame Finish

MANUFACTURE: True Textiles NAME: Flare 6030 COLOR: Moondog 9997 WIDTH: 54 inches CONTENT:100% Recycled Polyester FLAME RETARDANT: California Technical Bulletin 117 DURABILITY: Exceeds 50,000 double rubs ENVIRONMENTAL: Recycled Content

MANUFACTURE: Evora NAME: VAvesso COLOR:Pratta, Sillano WIDTH:4 1/8: x 35 5/8� CONTENT: Cork ENVIRONMENTAL: Rapidly renewable

Chromed Tubular Steel, Metal Frame with beltupholstery, panels made from fiberglass reinforced plastic

MANUFACTURE: True Textiles NAME: Sunset 0379 COLOR: Tunis 34060 WIDTH: 54 inches CONTENT:100% Recycled Polyester FLAME RETARDANT: California Technical Bulletin 117 DURABILITY: Exceeds 50,000 double rubs ENVIRONMENTAL: Recycled Content

MANUFACTURE: Bradley Hughes NAME: Concrete COLOR: Paprika CONTENT:Concrete FLAME RETARDANT: California Technical Bulletin 117 ENVIRONMENTAL: Recycled Content

Chromed Tubular Steel, Metal Frame with beltupholstery, panels made from fiberglass reinforced plastic

MANUFACTURE: Momentum Textiles NAME: Duo COLOR: Apertif WIDTH: 54 inches CONTENT:80% post-consumer recycled polyester, 20% Post Consumer Recycled Polyester FLAME RETARDANT: California Technical Bulletin 117 DURABILITY: Exceeds 102,000 Double rubs ENVIRONMENTAL: Recycled Content, Greenguard MANUFACTURE: HON NAME: Frost CONTENT:100% Recycled Polyester Resin LOCATION: Reception Base ENVIRONMENTAL: Recycled Content


Manufacturer Gus Modern Product Name Chair

Manufacturer Gus Modern Product Name Sofa Frame Finish

MANUFACTURE: Sina Pearson Textile NAME: Waves COLOR: 269-15 Limestone WIDTH: 54 inches CONTENT: 72% Polyester, 28% Cotton, Crypton DURABILITY: Exceeds Wyzenbeek 50,000 double rubs

MANUFACTURE: Design Tex NAME: Closed Loop COLOR: Indigo WIDTH: 54 inches REPEAT: V 2”, H 1 3/4” CONTENT: 100% Eco-Intelligent Polyester DURABILITY: Exceeds Wyzenbeek 100,000 double rubs ENVIRNMENTAL: Recycled Content

Chromed Tubular Steel, Metal Frame with beltupholstery, panels made from fiberglass reinforced plastic

MANUFACTURE: Maharam NAME: Waterfront 461690 COLOR: 012 Cider, 010 Lichen WIDTH: 56 inches CONTENT: 100% Post Industrial Recycled Polyester REPEAT: 2 1/2” V, 5/8” H DURABILITY: 100,000+ double rubs ENVIRONMENTAL: Recycled Content

MANUFACTURE: Design Tex NAME: Yarn 2588 COLOR: Cream, Blue WIDTH: 54 inches CONTENT: 100%Wool DURABILITY: 40,000 cycles ENVIRONMENTAL: Natural Material

Frame Finish

Chromed Tubular Steel, Metal Frame with beltupholstery, panels made from fiberglass reinforced plastic

MANUFACTURE: Marilyn Geller NAME: Heartfetl COLOR: 828-77 Boysenberry WIDTH: 56 inches CONTENT:100% Wool FLAME RETARDANT: California Technical Bulletin 117 DURABILITY: Exceeds 50,000 double rubs ENVIRONMENTAL: Cradle to Cradle Certified

MANUFACTURE: Unika Vaev NAME: Sense 10085 COLOR: 575 of Space WIDTH: 54 inches CONTENT:100% Wool eco- wool FLAME RETARDANT: California Technical Bulletin 117 DURABILITY: Exceeds 20,000 double rubs ENVIRONMENTAL: Eco wool

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Town Center Criteria Matrix Area

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Building Lobby/ Reception

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Adjacency

590

Public Access

View

Central

Yes

DayLight

Yes

Privacy ( Accustic=A, Plumbing Visual= V)

Yes

A

Yes

1 Library

1

810

1,5

Yes

Limited

Yes

V,A

No

2 Beauty Salon

1

450

1

Yes

Yes

Yes

V,A

Yes

3 Physical Therapy/ Gym 4 5 CafĂŠ 6

Janitors Closet

Theater/ multi functional 7 gathering area Public 8 Restooms 9 10 11

Air lock entry, reception desk, varity of lobby seating, central circualtion vertical and horizontal, public access to restrooms to code, access to gardens/ outdoor activities area. Reception desk, personal copmuter ( 21"w X 21"d X 17'h), at least one buff; transaction counter; 18lf lat. files easy to reac.

1

Yes

Yes

Yes

V,A

Yes

1

800

1

Yes

Yes

Yes

No

Yes

2

150

1

No

No

No

V

Yes

1

800

1

Minimal

Yes

V,A

No

Flexable seating for groups of 2-4 Large sink for bugets and cleaning utensils; shelves for cleaning supplies Flexable seating for 50; projector; screen; movie real; dvd player; small stage; popcorn machine;

1

830

Central

No

Yes

No

V,A

Yes

Restrooms need to be to code, and ADA

Indoor Garden

1

320

Central

Yes

Yes

Yes

No

Yes

Art Room

2

190

1000

Yes

No

Yes

V

Yes

Music Room

2

300

600

Yes

No

Yes

A

No

Area Administration 1 Private Entrance Executive Directors Office

5 6 7

10

Plumbing

12

480

2,

No

Yes

Yes

V,A

Yes

1

No

Yes

Yes

No

No

Residents Room:

3 4 5

Special Equipment Bedroom;ADA bathroom; small kitchenet; small dining area; living space; everything needs to be ADA

1587 2

315

1,5

No

Yes

Yes

A

No

Private Dining Room

2

270

6

No

Yes

Yes

V,A

No

Kitchen

1

190

Central

No

Yes

Yes

No

Yes

Visiting Family Suite

2

182

4

No

Yes

Yes

V,A

Yes

Public Restrooms Outdoor Garden Storage Shabaz Station

1 1 1 2

260

Central

150 220

1,2,3,5

No No No No

No Yes No No

No Yes No Yes

V,A No V,A V,A

Yes Yes No No

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Administration/ Clinic Criteria Matrix SF

Adjacency

Views

Public Access

DayLight

Privacy ( Accustic= A, Visual=V)

Plumbing

Special Equipment

1

10

Clinical Central

No

No

Yes

No

No

1

360

3,4

Yes

No

Yes

V,A

No

Air tight double doors; ADA 18-22sf executive desk and chair; 2 pull up guest chairs; personal comp.; 2 BBF peds; 16-20lf; 50lf shelving; conference seating for 4 30" X 60" Desk; 20" X 30" work surface (x2);personal comp.(x2); BBF(x2); Shelving for books and other iteams; task chair for each desk; guest chair for each desk; small table for 4 for meetings 30" X 60" Desk; 20" X 30" work surface; personal comp.; BBF; Shelving for books and other iteams; task chair ; 2 guest chair; 30" X 60" Desk; 20" X 30" work surface; personal comp.; BBF; Shelving for books and other iteams; task chair ; 2 guest chair; 30" X 60" Desk;20" X 30" work surface; personal comp,: BBF; Shelving for blooks and other iteams; task chair; 2 guest chairs; 30" X 60" Desk; 20" X 30" work surface; personal comp.; BBF; Shelving for books and other iteams; task chair ; 2 guest chair; 10sf open counter space with base and wall cabinets; flexible seating for 10 that accommodate groups of 2-6 people; service station for supplies; sink bowl; small range; small REF; under counter dishwasher; 2 burner coffee marker; cabinet hung microwave

2 Assistiants office

1

300

2

Yes

No

Yes

No

No

1 Assistants Office

1

200

2

Yes

No

Yes

No

No

Social Workers Office

1

200

2

Yes

No

Yes

V,A

No

Wellness Director

1

200

2

Yes

No

Yes

V,A

No

Activity Director

1

200

2

Yes

No

Yes

V,A

No

Staff Break Room

1

600

Centeral

Yes

No

Yes

V,A

Yes

Staff Restrooms

1

400

Central

No

Yes

No

V,A

Yes

Conference Room

1

250

Central

Yes

Yes

Yes

A

No

Copy/ Print Room/ Staff Mail Room

1

170

Central

No

No

Yes

V,A

No

1

400

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Living Room

Quantity

8 9

DayLight

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Flexible seating arangemetns for 15 or more residents; TV with DVD player; Shelves for movies, book, ect.; task lighitng for tasks like reading and games Flexible seating for groups of 4 or less with option to combine tables to accommidate larger parties Sepearte dining room for familys; large dining table to seat 6 or more Full REF; sink; DW; upper and lower cabnets for storage; small closet for cleaning supplies 2 bedrooms; ADA bathroom; Full kitchen with range; REF; DO; DW; sink; living area; small dining area; stackable washer and dryer ( needs to be comfortable for families visiting guest for couple nights) ADA ADA Shelving Accomidate 2-3 shabazim

Tables and chairs for groups of 2-4 for relaxation; plants; trees; flowers Easel (x6); Utility table 42" X 24" (x6); shelf 18" above utility table; tabpret(x6); activity zone 48"x 48; Piano; muicals instument storage; flexable seating for task and watching

3 4

Views

Quantity

Common Areas:

Exam table; treadmill; bicycle; weight machine; water dispenser; mirriors across walls; medican balls and storage; bouncy balls and storage; floor mats (yoga mats) and Storage; comfortable flooring

880

Minimal

1

Task lighting for reading, comfortable seating for reading, bookcase for buildings private book collection, storage for games, game tables, collabrative areas for 4 two stations, two washing bowls, storage for towels and product, Pedicure chair, nail station, 3 dryers, tv, dvd player, 2 mirriors at stations

2

Special Use Spring 2011

2

Area

Special Equipment

Public Access

Memory Care Criteria Matrix Area

Male a and female restrooms; ADA; showers; lockers 12-18" X 60-72"; bench; Seating for 10; credenza; 8-10lf mb; 6lf recessed projection screen; 10sf storage closet 17"wX27"dX38"h free standing copier ( requires 56"w space for maintenance) 60"wX24"dX36"h mail sorting table with 48"wX9"d26"h mail sorting hung above; closet 30sf general storage; employee coat closet with 6lf hanging rod

Residents Rooms Special1 Use Spring 2011

2 Pod 1 3 Pod 2 4 Common Area for each pod 5

9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17

SF

Adjacency

View

Public Access

DayLight

12 6 6

6680 3600 3080 2613

5,6 5,6 5,6 Central

Yes yes Yes

No No No

Yes Yes Yes

Privacy ( Accustic=A, Visual= V) V,A V,A V,A

Plumbing

Special Equipment

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Yes Yes Yes

Flexible seating arangemetns for 15 or more residents; TV with DVD player; Shelves for movies, book, ect.; task lighitng for tasks like reading and games

Living Room

2

300

Central

Yes

No

Yes

No

Dinign room

2

350

Central

Yes

No

Yes

No

Flexible seating for groups of 4 or less with option to combine tables to accommidate larger parties

2

270

8,9

Yes

No

Yes

No

Sepearte dining room for familys; large dining table to seat 6 or more

Kitchen

2

170

1,5,6

Yes

No

Yes

Visiting Family suite

2

180

7

Yes

No

Yes

V,A

Yes

Laundry Room Passive Snoezlen Room Active Snoezelen Room Rummage area/ room Public Restrooms Outdoor Patio Storage Shabaz Stations

2 2 2 2 2 2 4 2

120 160 160 150 260 200 98 195

1,2,3 17 17 5 Central Central 17 1,16

No Yes No No No Yes No No

No No No No No No No No

Some No No Yes No Yes No Medium

V,A V,A V,A

Yes Yes Yes No Yes No No No

6 7 Private Dining room 8

Quantity

V,A

Yes

V,A V,A V,A

Full REF; sink; DW; upper and lower cabnets for storage; small closet for cleaning supplies 2 bedrooms; ADA bathroom; Full kitchen with range; REF; DO; DW; sink; living area; small dining area; stackable washer and dryer ( needs to be comfortable for families visiting guest for couple nights) For residents only,

ADA; male and female to code Felxable Seating for groups of 2-4; swings; plants Shelving Accommodates 2-4 shabazim

Administration Small Reception Desk 12 13 Public Restrooms 14

Yes

Yes

Central

No

Yes

No

V,A

Yes

Visiting Doctors Office

1

300

15

Yes

No

Yes

V,A

Yes

Patient Exam Room

2

900

12,14

Yes

No

Yes

V,A

Yes

Laundry Room

1

None

No

No

No

V,A

1

Central

Yes

No

No

15 16

Special Use Spring 2011

Yes

Personal comp.; at least one BBF; transaction counter; 18lf lat. Files easy to reach; waiting room seating for 6 2 ADA unisex restrooms to code 30" X 60" Desk; 20" X 30" work surface; personal comp.; BBF; Shelving for books and other iteams; task chair ; 2 guest chair; exam bed 87" X 39"; bedside cabnet; medical wall unit; IV track and pendent system; 30" min circulation zone around bed; doctors task chair; exam task light; guest lounge chairs; storage for patients personal belongings Washer and Dryer; counter space for foulding clothes; laundry baskets for sorting

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Special Use Spring 2011

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WATER BAR LIGHTING Tag

Location Lighting Type Quantity

B Ceiling Compact Flourescent 8

LIGHTING Manufacturer Product Name Product Number Material Dimensions Bulb/Wattage Description

Technical Specs

Date Project Project Number

November.20.2010 EXPOSED 1234

CONTACT Bruck Rainbow II Bouquet 137503bz/or Glass See below See technical specs below

Rep Name Number Email Website

Dave Derk 714.259.9959 dderk@brucklighting.com brucklighting.com

The Rainbow II LED Bouquet is a suspended cluster of seven pieces of Rainbow II glass. Canopy accommodates LED driver for seven 3W LEDs and excess of power cables for height adjustment. Standard cable length of 59� can not be field cut. 120V AC, 50/60Hz input, 11.7V AC output, 150VA, 138 W for 7 (maximum 20 watt lamp) G6.35 socket

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WATER BAR FINISHES Tag GL-1 Location Water Feature Finish Type Glass FINISH Manufacturer Product Name Material Frame Finish Dimensions Description

Date Project Project Number

November.20.2010 EXPOSED 1234

CONTACT 3-form River Rock Ecoresin Honed 42”x90” Pre-consumer material

Rep Name Number Email Website

Lisa Larson 303.679.0090 llarson@3form.com www.3form.com

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