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SENIOR THESIS

LIFE & VITALITY

INTERIOR DESIGN VI Community Engagement

Danielle Welch 05/07/2018


HELLO PROJECT INTRODUCTION Focusing on MidTown in Ohio’s beloved rust-belt city of Cleveland, the project emphasizes on restoring the vitality of the worn down neighborhoods and giving life back to the community. The designs calls for providing space for both new and existing businesses in the community that create a connection for the community between the downtown area and the cultural hub of University Circle. To revitalize the community, the project requires a building reuse to improve the safety, security, and well-being of surrounding neighborhoods while implementing economic, social, environmental, and sustainable growth. The overall goal is to create a space that encourages community engagement with a minimum of two occupational uses for the entire city of Cleveland with the foundation of design skills that have been culminated over the past four years of Kent State’s Interior Design education.


PROJECT FOCUS Designing for the people of Cleveland. Staying true to the history of Cleveland and each brick of the existing building, Midtown Gateway will provide the foundation for community excellence. To the core of the brand identity, this establishment will serve as a gateway for a variety of businesses, local or not, to interact with Cleveland consumers so as to promote future building reuses from successful popup vendors. The Midtown Gateway project focuses on smart, flexible, and responsible environments that will inspire community engagement and prosperity in all neighborhoods.


TABLE OF CONTENTS


Phase One | Research

Urban Revitalization................................1-2 Building Reuse...........................................3 Gentrification................................................4 Community Engagement...................5-6 Pop-Up Shopping....................................7-8 Patina.................................................................9-10 Cleveland Research..............................11-12 Iconic Cleveland Arch..........................13-14 Design Charette.......................................15-16 Precedent Studies.................................17-24 Site Analysis...............................................25-26 Global Map..................................................27 National Map..............................................28 State Map......................................................29 Regional Map.............................................30 Local Map.....................................................31 Street Map...................................................32

Phase Two | Design Development

Phase Two Intro......................................................33-34 Conceptual Development..............................35-38 Programming...........................................................39 Diagramming...........................................................40

Phase Three | Final Design Intent

Phase Three Intro...................................................................41-42 Brand Identity............................................................................43 Environmental Graphics....................................................44 Stacking Diagram...................................................................45 Lower Level Renderings...................................................46 Level One Renderings........................................................47-48 Level Two Renderings........................................................49-50 FF&E Package...........................................................................51-58 Project Conclusion.................................................................59 Presentation Boards.............................................................59-60


RESEARCH


A LIST OF REQUIREMENTS

WIthin these pages you will find a complete list of the following project research requirements.

General Research

• Urban Revitalization • Urban Gentrification • Building Research • Community Engagement • Six Precedent Studies • Pop-Up Shop Retail • The Chemical Process of Patina

Cleveland Research

• The History of Cleveland Time-line • A list of surrounding communities • Significant Architecture • MidTown & Health-Tech Corridor • Demographics including who the district hopes to draw in

Site Research

• Selected Site & Building • Observational Study • Site & User Analysis • Selected Building Time-line • Global Map • National Map • State Map • Regional Map • Local Map • Street Map

Design Charette

• MidTown Need: Priorities vs Amenities • Possible Solutions • What is MidTown • What is causing MidTown to decline • Challenges * Who District Draws vs Wants to Draw


Urban Revitalization |

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GENERAL RESEARCH URBAN REVITALIZATION

The revitalization process of urban redevelopment is a perennial array of design initiatives aimed at reorganizing the infrastructure of a worn down city, most often in neighborhoods that are severely declining in economic or social aspects. By providing new entertainment, facilities, parks, museums, quality of pavement, the functionality of side walks and more, urban revitalization addresses the needs for an improved community engagement and reuse of a space. Rejuvenating urban spaces can generate an efficiency within the city, promote innovation, produce a higher quality of life, economic development, shared community prosperity, and an environmental respect. Designing a project that maintains the culture of privatism, or assures that the project design will address and provide solution to the issues of growth to enhance the community, and remains feasible proves to be challenging and cumbersome. With the help of public-private investors, government funding to meet the viability gap, or private developers, the burden of project funding can be lightened.

HOW TO IMPLEMENT URBAN RENEWAL

• Improve mass transit & dedicated bike lanes • Metered parking in downtown areas • encourages shopping sprees • prevents employee street parking • Preservation of existing historic building reuse • Upgrade the infrastructure • Civic & cultural activities in core areas • farmers market • festivals • performances

FOUR PHASE PROCESS FOR URBAN RENEWAL

• PHASE ONE blight area research & location of the urban renewal district • PHASE TWO create urban renewal plan that must include the following: • the land use(s) • manner in which the property will be acquired • structures to be demolished • techniques of urban renewal • proposed facilities • proposed new regulations & codes • project time schedule, or gantt chart • PHASE THREE land acquisition process begins after the plan is approved • PHASE FOUR rezoning process launches to accommodate new land use


ZONING TECHNIQUES

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Overlay Zoning renewal district overlaps the existing zoning to prevent regulations Incentive Zoning provides more public amenities & benefits in return Cluster Zoning/ Planned Unit Development (PUD) enables the developer to design with more flexibility Floating zoning more flexibility in considering and selecting a site for urban renewal Traditional Neighborhood Development (TND) Introduced recently by the New Urbanist’s vision which allows for mixed-use development, achieving unique amalgamation that is not easily produced with conventional zoning systems Transfers of Development Rights (TDR) preserves the environment and open spaces by allowing denser development in a certain area

URBAN REVITALIZATION PROCESS CHECKLIST

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Determine the survey area boundaries

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Develop an urban renewal plan

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Research location and the potential of blighting conditions

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Execute a financial analysis

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Create a conditions survey

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Create an impact analysis and send to appropriate parties

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Present the data to an urban renewal organization and council

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Present the plan to the urban renewal organization and council

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Identify the market opportunities within the area

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Begin the requesting process for projects

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Establish the future responsibilities of the area within the community, and include the stakeholders

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Implement the awesome urban renewal plan


Building Reuse |

3 BUILDING REUSE

Historic buildings provide a sense of wonder with a glimpse into the past that draws people to its character. Although aesthetics are certainly a bonus for a project, the location of the existing building is the most common reuse rationale. Before initiating a building reuse project, there a few considerations to acknowledge to implement the best design with feasibility in mind.

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Determine if building reuse is a beneficial option for the project by understanding the value in its location, and its many cost advantages with its little-to-no demolition, the tax possible tax credits, and the simple fact that most of the utilities and services are already on-site.

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It is vital to research and comprehend the zoning requirements so that the building reuse is even permissible. If it is not, then it is much more cost and time effective to address this early on in the project.

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Confirm that the building and project are a good fit for each other.

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A reuse building’s envelope can be completely replaced, salvaged, preserved, or reserved.

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Ideal building reuse candidates include, but are not limited to: • industrial facilities, or factories • schools • strip malls • churches • hotels • offices • theatres • old homes

REUSE BENEFITS

• The wasteful process of demolition and reconstruction is bypassed • Environmental benefits & energy savings • Repurposing valued heritage promotes social advantage • Sustainable • Practical needs in the modern world are met with the use of a historical • Attention to architecture detail when the building methods are cheaper (sculpted stone, columns & capitols, elaborate masonry, vaulted ceiling, carved wood ornamentation, etc.)


4 | Gentrification URBAN GENTRIFICATION

This term brings a negative aspect to urban revitalization because of its history when planners bring great, but expensive ideas into a declining city where the cost of living is minuscule. The most common view of urban gentrification is when wealthier families move into an existing urban district and bring with them an increase in rent and property values that inevitably transforms the district’s character and culture. This term, in a nut shell, suggests the displacement of the poor communities by rich new comers, but urban gentrification is much more complex and contradictory than just that. With a renewed interest in the city life, a premium is put onto urban neighborhoods. New jobs in the area create desperate need or housing which then puts the pressure onto improving areas that are considered to be undesirable. Once a few familiar faces move into the neighborhood, the word of mouth accelerates the transition. In these ‘undesirable’ communities that are being ‘improved’ consist of the following characteristics: • Convenience • Diversity • Vitality of urban neighborhoods • Cheap housing • Distinctive and appealing houses • ‘Fixer-uppers’

PROS • Reduced crime

• New investment in buildings and the city’s infrastructure • Increased economic activity in neighborhoods • Serious political turmoil

CONS

• Displacement • Established residents feel economically and socially marginalized • Painful conflict • Social injustice

GENTRIFICATION CHARACTERISTICS

• Demographics An increase in the median income, with a sharp decline in minorities • Reduced Household Size Low-income families are replaced with young singles and couples • Real Estate Markets With a significant cost increase of rents and houses, evictions increase and rental units convert into condominiums along with new development of luxury housing • Land Use An increase in offices or multimedia uses, and a decline in industrial uses result in the development of live-work lofts, high-end housing, retail, and food • Culture & Character Due to new ideas on what is desirable, a new set of standards on architecture , landscaping, public behavior, noise, and nuisance

PREVENTIVE POLICIES

• Aggressively build middle-income housing to prevent displacement • Reduce or freeze property taxes to protect established residents • Protect senior homeowners • Prohibit large scale luxury development in at-risk neighborhoods • Update fair-housing regulations to promote equitable investment in emerging urban opportunity communities • More efficient construction methods that do not sacrifice quality for rapid development, and will meet the annual production needs


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COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT

Through the process of working collaboratively within community groups, vital issues are addressed that will ultimately impact the well-being of the community. A plethora of activities are offered to merge the community and firms like credible and transparent reports, town hall meetings, and collaborative decision making. For successful community engagement, communication is key. Information must be jargon free and in concise English, but also accessible in varied formats and alternative languages.

INFINITE BENEFITS • Creates potential

• Focuses on providing social justice to promote shared knowledge and wisdom that will implement more balance through the community • Shapes resources and services • Builds trust • Helps with outreach • Connects the community to reliable resources • Develops new leaders • Creates opportunity for critical reflection

SOCIAL PRINCIPLES

When starting a community engagement organization, it is important to be concise about the purposes and the goals of the engagement while taking into consideration the population that will be engaged. UNDERSTAND COMMUNITY’S: • culture • economic conditions • social networks • political & power structures • norms & values • demographic trends • history COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT SUCCESS: • establish relationships • build trust by working with formal and informal leadership • commitment from community organizations & leaders • recognize & respect the diversity within the community • awareness of the various cultures and other factors affecting diversity

ENGAGEMENT BARRIERS

From thorough research, there are still community engagement barriers that will be inevitable and should be addressed in the design. POTENTIAL BARRIERS: • the capacity and overall ability of the different stakeholders to participate • levels of community infrastructure • contested or divided communities • rural isolation • ‘hard-to-reach-groups’ • young people * the elderly • minority groups * socially excluded groups DESIGN ISSUES TO CONSIDER: • techniques and engagement methods • location and accessibility • number and type of events • transport requirements • childcare needs • format and content of publicity materials • need for outreach activities


PARTICIPATION STRATEGIES

After fully understanding the potential of community engagement and the possible variables that could pose as barriers or bridges, it is vital to recognize the multitude of participation strategies that can happen within a space, and then design to accommodate them. By focusing on key target audiences, involving key partners capitalizing on existing opportunities, utilizing the effectiveness and efficiency channels, and paying attention to timing, meaning and memorable messages can be developed successfully. POSSIBILITIES: • advisory boards and committees to represent the community • charettes • community inventory • community theatre and arts projects • cultural competency training * this is when different areas of excellence and in diversity when together, compliment each other • cultural competency training • this is used to increase the awareness of differences • decision-making • dialogue • diversity forums • focus groups • health impact assessments • informal open houses & exhibits • listening circles • media strategies • public meetings and forums • public opinion • storytelling • study circles • visioning

METHODS & TECHNIQUES

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WORKSHOPS & FOCUS GROUPS

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COMMUNITY MAPPING

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ART & CREATIVITY PROGRAMS

Encourages a dynamic discussion within a welcoming environment in an efficient utilization of time and resources to identify and clarify key issues. Such conflict can be addressed and controlled smoothly in smaller groups. The minuscule size of attendees allows for a more detailed, or specific purpose. However, attendance is often just as small, and so, an accurate representation of the community is lacking.

Emphasizes the strengths and weaknesses of the community in small group conferences. This type of community engagement can stimulate discussions that will build a sense of community ownership, and help attendees to understand their community in a variety of facets. Ideas can be difficult to interpret, or implement. Those attending must also be familiar with the local area.

The most common and interactive way for the community to connect is typically inspired by art and creativity programs. Because this genre is so diverse a multitude of opportunities can be implemented through photography, songs, poems, artwork, and television game shows. These types of programs are inclusive to all ages, and enable participants to positively express their creativity to help create a common vision. This requires a large space to facilitate the best results.

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COMMUNITY PLANNING

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PUBLIC COMMUNITY MEETINGS

An inclusion of variety to a conference can engage attendees who may not otherwise be involved with one another. This type of community engagement is accessible to people of all backgrounds and abilities to build a sense of community ownership in the process. Like community mapping, ideas can often be difficult to interpret, or implement. Occasionally, this group can be seen as conclusive, and so, it may lead to conflict when there is disagreement.

Enables a vast attendance because community member want their opinions to be heard. This provides to perfect opportunity to distribute vital community information, and receive feedback. Because these events can attract publicity, it serves as the prime opportunity for community members to network. Although the intended atmosphere is to be open and transparent, residents will still feel overwhelmed and will often not speak up.


Pop-Up Shopping|

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POP-UP SHOPPING

Pop-Up Shops are typically an independently owned start-up business that are temporary and offer a range of products, services, or even experiences. FEATURES INCLUDE: • Immeasurable number of types • Various applications • Flexible • Reduce in Costs * Mixed Uses

POP-UP SHOP CATEGORIES

These retail experiences vary in both complexity and type. With the infinite flexibility that pop-up shops have to offer, it is often difficult to put such experiences into types. However, depending on the experience that the shop provides, it can be categorized. The following categories divvy up the multitude of experiences that specific pop-up shops offer.

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COMMUNICATIONAL POP-UP Time-specific to establish direct contact with customers that is enhanced by its physical presence. The main goal is to increase brand awareness of a product or organization.

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EXPERIENTIAL POP-UP Contributes mostly to brand communities that facilitate consumer brand engagement.

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TRANSACTIONAL POP-UP The maximum potential in sales may be liquidation base or intrinsic. Investments in such stores may not be advised.

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TESTING POP-UP Mostly for testing new market potential with a low risk and low cost entry to fully develop and understanding of the reaction to what is being offered

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INSTITUTIONAL POP-UP To revitalize communities and main streets

POP-UP SHOP BENEFITS

• Lower cost start-up • Decreased vacancy rates * Increased street aesthetic • Increased foot traffic • Increase in local purchases • Promotes developments & investments • promotes community engagement • Helps revitalize the community • Creates community excitement • The overall flexibility of the space • Creates a sense of urgency to promote sales


8 | Pop-Up Shopping COMMUNITY RESOURCE OBJECTIVES

MidTown Gateway is the sole provider for Cleveland’s pop-up shops’ needs, and the following are a list of objectives to provide the best experiences for both the vendors and end-users. • Be a source for vendors and those pursuing pop-up shop careers to gather, explore solutions, and exchange ideas. • Facilitate research and knowledge for the communities who wish to expand their street store fronts • Foster positive interactions between community leaders and citizens

START WITH SAFE & INCLUSIVE

• Partner with police or employee trained security personnel to create a safe and relaxing environment for everyone • Train staff on desculating a strained situation, stealing, kidnapping and other stressful situations • Implement security equipment take a preventive measure by installing security cameras, emergency call towers, and a security room with clear vantage points of high traffic areas

• Establish a bank of materials for residents and vendors to benefit from and promote the overall health of the community

POP-UP DATA CHECKLIST

4 KEY AUDIENCES VENDORS & ENTREPRENEURS

LANDLORDS

COMMUNITIES

STUDENTS

• Start-up tips • Where to pop-up • Operational advice

• Exchange of knowledge • Policies • Stories

• Benefits of pop-up • How to find tenants

• Live case studies

• Geodemograpghic data • Household entertainment budgets • Foot counts, bus stops, biking and traffic • Competition • Social equity • Operational logistics • Operating costs

END GOALS

• Promote longterm tenants • Introduce new retail to Cleveland area • Decrease retail vacancies • Increase commercial property values • Promotes city life • Entice commuters to stay in city after work hours


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PATINA

Definition of patina from Merriam-Webster pə-ˈtē-ˌnē 1 a : a usually green film formed naturally on copper and bronze by long exposure or artificially (as by acids) and often valued aesthetically for its color b : a surface appearance of something grown beautiful especially with age or use the beautiful patina of this antique table 2 : an appearance or aura that is derived from association, habit, or established character the criminal has acquired a patina of respectability by his friendship with well-known businessmen

VARIOUS MATERIALS

Although copper is most commonly associated with the term patina, a plethora of other materiality is affected by similar chemical processes when left untreated. • Steel • Brass • Iron • Silver • Aluminum • Wood • Leather • Rock • Stone

FOR THE LOVE OF PATINA

“Today you are a lovely woman of 60. However, who you are today is not who you were when you were 20. The difference is patina.” -Sack NATURAL This natural weathered, or tarnished, finish on an object is often found in design, both interior and exterior. From complex factors and reactions, a corticated layer is developed with time. CHARACTER Sought after for its character that is associated with patina, many believe that a story is associated with its weathered look and rough edges. Artists and home buyers often stimulate antiquity in new objects to acquire the patina aesthetic, with few who attempt repatinate, or the process of removing patina.

PATINA IN ARCHITECTURE

Due to copper and other metals’ desired architectural properties for patina, these materials are often utilized in architectural projects and are sometimes encouraged with chemical treatments. ARCHITECTURE: • The Statue of Liberty, New York • Canadian Parliament Building, Ottawa • NEMO Science Center, Amsterdam • Kresge Auditorium, Massachusetts Institute of Technology • Peckham Library, London • Capital Museum, Beijing COPPER DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATION APPROVED TREATMENTS: Deep Brown Finish: • Ammonium sulfide base • Potassium sulfide base Green Patina Finish: • Ammonium sulfate base • Ammonium chloride base • Cuprous chloride/hydrochloric acid base


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CHEMICAL PROCESS OF PATINA ON COPPER

When exposed to sulfar and oxide copmounds, copper develops a blue-green sheen, or film, on its surface known as patina. As copper is introduced with natural or man-made corrosive interactions, the metallic red-orange color of pure copper transitions first to deep browns, and then to hues of blues and greens.

PATINA CLEVELAND

Cuprous and cupric sulphide conversions create a sheen that compromise the edges before consuming the middle, while developing with cupric oxide on copper to produce the chemical process of patina that darkens the surface of copper and also strengthening it.

The current question that remains, is how patina relates to the Rust Belt City of Cleveland, Ohio. The Land had originated in its early days as the industrial city of ohio, full of life. Due to economic conditions, the city slowly began to lose its original metallic shine when the industrial revolution plummeted and moved over seas. With the help of MidTown, the city of Cleveland is undergoing an urban rivatilization to bring a new luster to its borders and beyond.

A continue in the exposure to this chemical reaction covert into a copper sulphate and copper chloride that creates the end result of the distinctive blue-green color palette.

Similar to the chemical process of patina, the city is need of retaining its character and adding a natural and organic luster that does not compromise the city’s history, but strengthens and highlights it.

The end result color palette is heavily influenced by vast and varied variables that pertain to temperature, the length of the exposure, humidity, the environment and its chemical make-up, and lastly, the overall condition of the copper’s surface. The following list summarizes how patina develops over the years.

MidTown Gateway’s location on the border of MidTown itself will exemplify how the edge of the city will be transformed with a new luster pushing permanent retail further into the city when the pop-up shops’ contracts within the space are up.

• Salt-Water Environments: 7-9 years • Industrial Environments: 5-8 years • Urban Environments: 10-14 years • Clean Environments: 30+ years

n different environments can be summarized as below:


Cleveland |

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CLEVELAND HISTORY CLEVELAND RESEARCH

MIDTOWN CLEVELAND

More than just home to the Cleveland Cavaliers and the Cleveland Indians, this major Ohio city located on the shores of Lake Erie is also home to a rich history. Found within the rust-belt, Cleveland is the city seat for Cuyahoga Valley, the second highest populated county in the state of Ohio. The city was founded in 1796 and named after General Moses Cleaveland, and experienced rapid growth after the Ohio and Erie Canal was constructed. Surrounding Communities: • Bedford & Bedford Heights • Brook Park • Brooklyn & Brooklyn Heights • Cleveland Heights • East Cleveland • Cuyohoga Heights • Euclid • Fairview Park • Garfield Heights • Lakewood • Maple Heights • Parma • Shaker Heights

MidTown Cleveland is the sole organization charged with leveraging MidTown’s diverse assets to develop a dynamic neighborhood that unites the city’s downtown and innovation districts. MidTown Cleveland provides services to MidTown’s members, stakeholders, businesses and organizations, residents, and visitors in order to create a connected and complete community. We facilitate conversations, make connections, address safety concerns, and can help you achieve your goals. Contact us to see how we can help. - MidTown

HEALTHTECH CORRIDOR

The Cleveland Health-Tech Corridor (“HTC”) is a prime location for biomedical, healthcare and technology companies looking to take advantage of close proximity to four world-class healthcare institutions including the Cleveland Clinic and University Hospitals, six business incubators, four academic centers, and more than 170 hightech and health-tech companies engaged in the business of innovation. - HTC

Who District Wants to Draw

While maintaining current residents, the city of Cleveland is hoping to draw in milenials to help populate the beautiful city with middle-income housing, retail shopping, unique dining experiences and new job opportunities.


Iconic Cleveland Arch. |

TERMINAL TOWER

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The city’s passenger rail service was initially proposed as a small project for a more efficient commute by the well-known architects of Cleveland, brother Oris P & Mantis J. Van Swerngen. Terminal Tower developed into a signature landmark because of its prime central location. The four year demolition, excavation, and construction phases produced a 52 story building at 708 feet tall.

THE ARCADE

Before The Arcade was renovated into a hotel, this historical building was the epitome of Cleveland’s success. The architecture reflected the technological advances of its time in 1890, and was financed by John D. Rockefeller and other industrial typhoons. This five-story glass atrium was inspired by the by Galleria Vittorio Emanuele in Milan, and held multi-level passageways lined with shops.

CLEVELAND PUBLIC LIBRARY

Holding close to ten million items, the Cleveland Public Library consists of multiple historic buildings that were renovated in 1999. The library holds one of the largest collections in the United States.

MATHER MANSION

One of the largest mansions on Millionaire’s Row, and completed in 1910 was once home to Samuel Mathers, the chairman of Pickands, Mathers & Company. which was one of the four largest shippers of iron ore in the country. The mansion boasts handcrafted stone, brick, and wood work that contains 45 rooms.


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SUPERIOR VIADUCT

Although only a few stone arches remain, the Superior Viaduct was the symbol of economic growth in Cleveland. Construction began in March of 1875, and opened in December of 1878 with the enterspan removed in 1923.

TIEDEMANN HOUSE

Also referred to as the “Franklin Castle�, this High Victorian Eclectic Style was constructed from 1881 to 1883 to house a wealthy German immigrant who was well-known as a wholesale grocer and then banker. Now this beautiful landmark sits vacant collecting graffiti and vandalism.

SHAKER HEIGHTS & VAN SWERINGENS

Construction developed around 1905 to create the perfect and picturesque community. The design of these houses and its inhabitants were to be strictly controlled.

CLEVELAND BOTANICAL GARDEN

Originally located in a boathouse at Wade Park Lagoon, it was founded as the Garden Center o Greater Cleveland in 1930. As the first civic garden center in the world, it featured plants from all over the globe, and the largest white-elephant sales in the world. The garden then moved to East Boulevard, and then changed names in 1994.


Design Charette |

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MIDTOWN WHAT/ WHO IS MIDTOWN

• community of mostly blue-collar and commuters • service • urban revitalization • location & area • was industrial dominated • early sages of developing to potential • now healthcare dominated

MIDTOWN IS GROWING. IT TAKES MORE THAN JUST PEOPLE TO MAKE A STRONG NEIGHBORHOOD -- A COHESIVE BUILT ENVIRONMENT IS THE PATH TO A COMPLETE NEIGHBORHOOD.

ACTIVE PROJECTS

• Inner-belt Lofts * One MidTown * Tru by Hilton * Link 59 * UH Rainbow Center * Dave’s Supermarket

The map illustrated above is a sketch model study that was conducted by Group 3 during the design charette that breaks down the different facets of MidTown by location and what population heavily influences those areas.


16 | Design Charette CAUSE OF DECLINE

• gentrification • crime • lack of leisure activities • lack of community engagement • no green-space • not pedestrian friendly • The Great Depression • city industrialization: moving jobs overseas • pollution • demolition of Cleveland’s architecture = loss of personality & charm

MIDTOWN CHALLENGES

• keeping current residents • parking • greenspace • preserving history & personality • pedestrian safety • funding & investments • brand awareness • zoning issues • school systems & education • unwelcoming environment • homelessness • ease of transportation • way-finding • community engagement • us VS them • single blended community

WHO DISTRICT DRAWS

• extreme poverty • extreme higher class • commuters • healthcare • doctors • offices

WHO DISTRICT WANTS TO DRAW

• middle-class • millennials • keep current residents

WHAT MIDTOWN NEEDS NEEDS

• grocery stores • safety • schools • community engagement • public health • programs • continuing education

AMENITIES

• parks • dining • bike & walk paths • hotels • venues • entertainment • retail

CONCLUSION

After thorough research had been presented by each each group, the conclusion analyzes all of the presented information and data, and addresses possible solutions that will benefit midtown. Taking into consideration concerning the lack of greenspace, community engagement and amenities, these challenges will prevent advancements in who the districts hopes to draw into Cleveland. By recognizing and addressing these design challenges early on in the project, MidTown Gateway will utilize a plethora of solutions that were addressed during the design charette. Due to its location in the fourth quadrant, MidTown Gateway is a pop-up shop retail center with a pocket park, and rooftop community garden with event spaces to promote community events. The use group’s identity was established from the currently active projects underway in MidTown. With middle-class living arrangements, the Cleveland Children’s Museum, Dave’s Supermarket, and Link59 covering most of quadrant 3, it was evident that there was a need for entertainment, greenspaces, and retail to keep commuters in the city after work hours, and the new residents entertained with the safety features associated with MidTown Gateway. MidTown Gateway also accommodates the low-income families by providing spaces to promote continuing educational programs, local employment, and a greenspace free for the community to access. This establishment will also provide charity events that will give back to the community to avoid the negative repercussions of gentrification, and maintain the current residents who have established more than there homes in Cleveland, but their livelihoods.


Precedent Study Map |

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PRECEDENT STUDY 1 WESEX CORPORATION Location: West Middlesex, PA Price: UNKNOWN Architect: Wesex Corporation Constructed: 2016 Size: 5,500 SQF

PRECEDENT STUDY 3 CHESTNUT POCKET PARK Location: Philadelphia, PA Price: UNKOWN Architect: John Francis Collins Constructed: 1979 Size: 1/10th of an acre

PRECEDENT STUDY 5 COMPUWARE Location: Detroit, MI Price: Unknown Architect: Rosetti Associates Constructed: 2003 Size: 1.1 mil SF

PRECEDENT STUDY 2 THE RCF GROUP Location: Tremont, Cleveland Price: 550,000 Architect: Weber Murphy Fox (WMF) Constructed: 2014 Size: 7,900 SQF

PRECEDENT STUDY 4 BEN FRANKLIN COMMUNITY GARDEN Location: 1905 Spring Road Cleveland, Ohio Price: Unknown Architect: Unknown Constructed: 1981

PRECEDENT STUDY 6 BOXPARK Location: Croydon, London Price: $4,250,000+ Architect: BDP Size: 500,00 SQF Constructed: 2011 Size: 500,00 SQF


STUDY ONE WESEX CORPORATION

The youthful technological start-up, Wesex Corporation, was founded in 1954 in West Middlesex, Pennsylvania. This small city in Shenango Valley is known to be one of the first pioneers as the center of the iron industry. Transitioning from a predominately construction-based company into a design-build architectural firm, Wesex required a relocation exhibit their capabilities. Specializing in tilt-up concrete architecture, the new Wesex headquarters boasts this type of construction on their addition to a former bank comprised of metal construction. The structure displays sixteen tilt-up concrete panels that equal to 2,892 square feet. To accomplish a fast-paced transition, Wesex utilizes only the latest construction technology, BIM modeling and photo-real rendering engine to promote quicker design decisions. Instead of traditional construction documents on the job site, equipment was transported to support the software and allow the construction team to see changes as they were made. Design considerations include pet-friendly flooring options to accommodate office companions, underground drainage system under the dog run on the exterior, coiling overhead doors, exposed joists, and wide flange beams to create a modern industrial space. The existing bank vault was re-purposed into a materials library with metal shelving. An enclosed patio with a dog-run extends from the existing structure’s corner to the where the new addition begins. Due to the building method to join the two spaces together, traditional duct-work was not an option. The overall design intent merges the existing building into a catalyst and showcase project for the company within a high-tech and high-functioning facility.

PROS

• Used as a showcase & catalyst • Reuse of an existing building • Right up the road from previous location • Temperature control system for each office • Tilt-up concrete architecture minimizes waste and time • Underground drainage in dog-run

CONS • Fixed windows limit air flow within space

TAKEAWAYS

When completing a renovation for the Midtown Gateway, consider wastemanagement solutions that will also speed up the construction process.

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Precedent Study |

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STUDY TWO THE RCF GROUP

Melissa Ferchill, owner and founder of MCM Company that specializes in historic construction project management, purchased Our Lady of Mercy (OLM) church complex in 2013. This particular piece of land used to be a church, school, rectory, and sanctuary totaling at 40,000 square feet for a financial package of $5.2 million in redevelopment. MCM performed their own general contracting work while involved with other adaptive reuses and preservations such as the Cleveland School of Art that was formerly a Ford assembly plant, the Cleveland Headquarters for the YMCA, an old United Motors Company Building on Prospect avenue, and other various projects. MCM’s offices occupy only 5,200 square feet, while three other business find home in the other spaces of the church. Hermes, Melissa’s husband’s business occupies 5,800 square feet and the RCF Group at 7,900 square feet. Finding refuge in Tremont at the former Our Lady of Mercy, the RCF Group adapted the space to their needs with the help of architects Weber Murphy Fox (WMF). The confessionals were retrofitted as restrooms, the choir robe room as a print center, the alter as a collaboration hub, and the organ balcony as a destination spot. To accommodate the ever changing layout of the furniture group’s showroom, a raised access flooring was installed to ease those transformations and promote future growth of the company.

PROS

• Reuse of beautiful building • Preserves Cleveland history and personality

CONS

• Fluctuating temperatures in each space • Columns pose space planning headaches

TAKEAWAYS

As designing development takes place, this precedent study proves how the various mixed groups can reside within the same building successfully through the use of shared community spaces, but separated work areas.


STUDY THREE CHESTNUT POCKET PARK

One of Philadelphia’s earliest pocket parks, the Chestnut Pocket Park sits between two existing buildings in the city’s central core. Funded by the William Penn Foundation, this narrow and rectangular space references the region’s rich native landscape and its indigenous people. Two ornamental iron gates reference the flora and fauna of the valley and tidal landscapes. Concrete pavers are used throughout the space and offer a distinction from its surrounding neighborhood’s traditional red brick. The Chestnut Pocket Park is also defined by ivy-covered walls, constructed of local building and plant materials, and provides movable wooden furniture. The shaded vegetation are native to the landscape with the use of Redbud, Dogwood, Sugar Maple, Hickory, and American Holly. This little oasis is quietly tucked behind a simple main entrance. Chestnut Park offers a variety of biophillic designs that transform its high traffic surroundings into a publicly accessible retreat. Aside from the visual connections to nature, such as the its centrally located waterfall, and vast vegetation, the park offers a non-visual connection to nature. The sound of water, and the birds singing drowns out the city traffic. The vegetation wafting through the air, and the cool breeze from the water fall. Lastly, the central waterfall offers more than just a connection to nature, but is designed with vertical cast concrete plinths that abstracts Native American totems.

PROS

• Biophillic connections to nature • Oasis in the middle of the city • Connections to the indigenous people who were native to the lands

CONS

• The size of the park is relatively small and can become cramped during busy hours

TAKEAWAYS

For MidTown Gateway’s own pocket park, rooftop lounge, and community garden, the biophillic designs discussed in this precedent study will be utilized throughout the green spaces of the project.

20 | Precedent Study


Precedent Study |

21

STUDY FOUR

BEN FRANKLIN COMMUNITY GARDEN

Dubbed as the jewel in the crown of Cleveland’s Old Brooklyn Neighborhood, the Ben Franklin Community Garden, or referred to as Benji by residents, is home to over 200 individual plots and a variety of community spaces. Each plot covers 50 square feet for each individual to comfortably garden. In 1919, the land became a school and gardens before their first horticulture classes were introduced in 1924. With three acres, a wooden area, a garden classroom, and grounds home to Monarch Waystation and Certified wildlife habitat, Benji is the largest community garden in Cuyahoga County, and has received urban garden district zoning. Designated as a Cleveland Landmark, this peaceful oasis is one of the earliest examples of the development of an eco-friendly urban space, home to approximately 180 gardeners per year. With the back portion of the garden devoted to an elementary school, Benji houses a children’s garden, perennial garden, and a demonstration garden. The part-time garden coordinator obtains grants and such things to help community gardeners and reports to the CDC. Other ways that Benji gives back to the community, is by hosting fund raisers throughout the year with ice cream social event, and harvest picnics.

PROS

• eco-friendly • gives back to the community • creates community engagement opportunities

CONS • none

TAKEAWAYS

This precedent study is the epitome of what the MidTown Gateway’s rooftop community garden aspires to be.


STUDY FIVE

DESCRIPTION Found in the heart of downtown Detroit, Michigan, the company Compuware resides in the 15-story general building. This building serves as a beacon for downtown Detroit with the help of high-tech atrium lighting with enhanced LED capability and control. Completed as an effort to consolidate Compuware’s operations from nine regional facilities into a single space, a variety of the spaces are housed within the same walls. As the symbol to launch a new Detroit, the building boasts an attached parking lot, corporate offices, street-level retail and restaurant spaces, a food court, wellness center, daycare, 42,000 square-foot data center, 38,000 square-foot fitness center, 18-classroom daycare, and Hard Rock Café. In order to accommodate the technical data center that Compuware’s needs demand, Haworth’s access flooring is utilized throughout their space. With this state of the art technology, the access flooring system provides $127,000 per year in energy savings when compared to conventional variable volume, overhead air-distribution. This system also promotes future growth or space plan modifications with ease, and a rapid turn-over rate.

PROS • Rapid turn-over • Flexible • Energy-efficient CONS • Higher up-front cost TAKEAWAYS Due to the flexibility demands from pop-up shop retailing, and reacting to how Cleveland’s needs will develop, Haworth’s access flooring is the most efficient solution to meet those demands.

22 | Precedent Study


Precedent Study |

23

STUDY SIX

DESCRIPTION London’s first pop-up shop mall is part of the large mixed-use redevelopment scheme in Ruskin Square next to East Croydon Station. With a link to the railway, BoxPark offers unique dining experiences and a semi-enclosed market hall. The retail market focuses on small independent traders with a few big-box retailers occasionally. The overall layout of the pop-up shop mall delivers a central focus with surrounding units and offers visual intrigue with changes of levels between the ground level and station entrance. From the design of multiple levels, a spatial interest and animation draws in a diverse crowd, from locals to tourists. The floor plan is complex but made to feel and look simple. BoxPark introduces new materials with a polycarbonate roof that is supported with steel. These steel components are integrated throughout the core of the structure and had to be installed simultaneously. Other materials include the 96 recycled shipping containers that are an intrinsic component to the BoxPark brand. The containers are on each level of the mall and provide a raw aesthetic with the integration of strong graphic and visual identity. Retail spaces can take up one to three containers at a time and are provided with functional lighting and lettering above each shop entrance.

PROS

• Flexibility • Raw aesthetics • Promotes community engagement

CONS

• Temporary structure

TAKEAWAYS

The community engagement and crowd that BoxPark draws in is the main goal of MidTown Gateway. The main takeaway from this precedent that is implemented into MidTown Gateway is the sense of urgency that is associated with pop-up shop interior design.


24 | Precedent Study


Site Analysis |

25


26 | Site Analysis


Global Map |

27 AHMEDABAD INDIA

SEOUL REPUBLIC OF KOREA

JOHANNESBURG SOUTH AFRICA

SANTIGO CHILE

BUENOS AIRES ARGENTINA


28 | National Map GASIFICATION PLANT WASHINGTON Public Park FIRE DEPARTMENT MICHIGAN Redeveloped Hotel THE NORTH ADAMS INDUSTRIAL COMPLEX MASSACHUSETTS Sprague Electric Company THE COTTON GIN FACTORY GEORGIA Mixed-Use THE C.A. KILGER MACHINE WORKS CALIFORNIA Southern Pacific Brewing Company ELECTRICAL POWER PLANT TEXAS Mixed-Use


State Map |

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STORE-FRONT SHOPPING CLEVELAND Residential CHURCH CLEVELAND RCF Group THE BOWERY AKRON Mixed-Use NINETEENTH CENTURY BREWERY CINCINNATI Music Venue & Cultural Hall THE ATLAS BUILDING COLUMBUS Residential 10 WILMINGTON PLACE DAYTON Mixed-Use


30 | Regional Map

CLEVELAND FLEA MARKET ASIA TOWN CENTER SUPERIOR RAPID RESTAURANT STOP PNC FAMILY MORGAN PARK DOLLAR CONSERVATORY TO SHOP ASIA LI PLAZA WALL INVICTUS HS

TRIAD STAFFING

INNER-BELT LOFTS

POLICE STATION

SUBWAY

BW AUTO ELECTRIC

B.A. DELI

MIDTOWN MARKET

SUTTON IDUS. HARDWARE

CHILDREN’S MUSEUM

LIFE SKILLS


Local Map |

LOCAL POI

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PEP IRELAND

HOUGH BEAUTY SUPPLY

COMMUNITY AME CHURCH

HOT DOG COMPANY

GRANDPA’S KITCHEN ORIANA HOUSE BROTHER’S SUBS CHEF2CHEF FOODS/ CHEF CUBE

PHOENIX BUILDING UH RAINBOW CENTER/ LINK 59/ DAVE’S SUPER MARKET

MIDTOWN TECH HIVE CO-WORKING TRU HOTEL

DEALER TIRE

STATZ SPORTS LOUNGE

WASABI

PIZZA HUT


STREET POI

A-1 HOTEL LIQUIDATORS

32 | Street Map

MIDTOWN PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER

ALDI

MIDTOWN TECH HIVE CO-WORKING

TRU HOTEL

MIDTOWN LEARNING FARM

CVS

PRODUCE PACKAGING

ONE MIDTOWN

DEALER TIRE GARDEN OF FLAVOR

PIERRE’S ICE CREAM

DAYCARE FOR FUTURE SCHOLARS

ONE MIDTOWN HOMES

SOUPER MARKET GALLUCCI’S

POPEYE’S

HOT SAUCE WILLIAMS


Phase 2 |

PHASE TWO DESIGN DEVELOPMENT

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34 | Gantt Chart 24‐Jan

Project Due

Mid‐Critique

Site Visit

Design Charrette

8‐Feb

Spring Break Starts

5‐Feb

Danielle Welch

JAN

Phase One: Research

22‐Jan

General Research Part 

22‐Jan

7‐May

MAR

APR

MAY

24‐Jan 24‐Jan

Site

28‐Jan

Booklet

6‐Feb

26‐Jan 5‐Feb 11‐Feb

Phase Two: Design

12‐Feb

Concept Development

12‐Feb

11‐Mar 17‐Feb

18‐Feb

21‐Feb

Schematic Design

22‐Feb

Design Development

28‐Feb

Construction Documents

19‐Mar

Graphics

Presentations

26‐Mar

FEB

11‐May

27‐Jan

Precedent Studies (6)

Programming

Senior Exhibition 

2‐May

27‐Feb 18‐Mar 31‐Mar 1‐Apr

11‐Apr

Phase Three: Presentation

12‐Apr

Project Conclusion

12‐Apr

Final Booklet

13‐Apr

23‐Apr 13‐Apr 18‐Apr

Presentation Boards

19‐Apr

23‐Apr

Print

23‐Apr

24‐Apr

Rehearse/Prepare

25‐Apr

9‐May


Concept |

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PATINA DEFINITION

pəˈtēnə a green or brown film on the surface of bronze or similar metals, produced by oxidation over a long period.

ENERGY

REACT

CONCEPT STATEMENT

An organic and additive sheen created by positive energy that inspires progressive reactions as a reaction to its environment.

ORGANIC MATTER PROJECT STATEMENT

Midtown, like an electron that is only a small piece of matter, reacts and patinas to add a new, but natural luster to the city of Cleveland, the matter, or the city of which all people are united.

REACT


36 | Concept

ORGANIC


Concept |

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DESIGN INTENT

Midtown Gateway is inspired by innovative design considerations in every brick that promotes a healthy and progressive community. Through organic social interactions and a combination of engaging spaces, a unique sense of place in the rustbelt is established. Physically, Midtown Gateway is a pop-up shop retail destination, but collectively the design pushes past that barrier as a destination spot. Accompanied with the retail aspect, the first level boasts a flexible event space can transition into conference areas for local programs. Although the green space that surrounds the proposed site will have food truck dining, a small sand-which and bar cafĂŠ will be the permanent food source on site to cater to a variety of after hour events and conferences. On the second level, a community rooftop gardening area will be accessible to local renters to grow their own produce. An additional side road leading into the vast, but transparent, parking lot will be a part of the environmental graphics to draw people into the space. The overall design of Midtown Gateway inspires growth at the community level, and economic standpoint on the foundation of bold designs and thorough research.

ENERGY


38 | Concept

SUSTAINABLE DESIGN As a destination spot, it is vital for Midtown Gateway to go beyond aesthetics, and promote sustainability both through the building and in the community. Before entering the space, the surrounding site exhibits exemplary cases of sustainability. The integration of new bus stops on either end of the building support local bus transportation routes with community bulletins to give the public access to upcoming events and local business information.

The green space just outside of the building is open to public use and will occasionally sponsor social engagement activities and events. These events have a multi-purpose and will also raise donations to prevent gentrification in the community at the cost of the Midtown Gateway. On the second level, a rooftop community garden also serves a dual purpose where renters can sell their overflow of produce to the downstairs cafĂŠ. The main level cafĂŠ has the ability to transform into a soup kitchen for the homeless when needed. The main sustainability goal for Midtown Gateway, is to introduce different retail pop-up shops to the city of Cleveland to inspire more permanent retail shopping in other reuse buildings in the area. Midtown Gateway serves as the ultimate gateway to a diverse, smart, flexible and versatile community center.

MATTER


Programming |

39

DW SENIOR THESIS SPATIAL PROGRAMMING EXISTING BUILDING 7224 Euclid Avenue

BUILDING TSF

SITE SF

TSF

20,420

28,948

49,368

PROPOSED PUBLIC INTERIOR SPACE

#

SF

TSF

LEVEL

Event Space Conference/ Meeting Pop-Up Shop Space Lounge Area(s) Bar Sandwhich Cafe Community Bulletin Rooftop Community Gardening Elevator Fire Rated Stairs Main Egress Stairs Gardening Storage Restrooms

1 2 10 4 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 4

1500 750 1000 95 350 400 40 1500 150 150 100 50 150

1500 1500 10000 380 350 400 40 1500 150 300 100 50 600

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 RT ALL ALL 1 & RT RT RT

INTERIOR PUBLIC TSF 16870

PROPOSED PUBLIC EXTERIOR SPACE

#

SF

TSF

LEVEL

Green Space Parking Bus Stop Bus Stop Bulletin

1 1 2 2

10500 18000 150 10

10500 18000 300 20

1 1 1 1

EXTERIOR TSF 28820

PROPOSED NON-PUBLIC INTERIOR SPACE

#

SF

TSF

LEVEL

Vendor Storage Event/ Meeting Storage Tech Room Janitor Closets General Storage Cafe Kitchen/ Storage Mech/Plumbing Room Elevator Machine Room Employee Breakroom/ Storage Security Desk & Room

10 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1

100 300 150 100 300 350 300 200 1500 350

1000 300 150 200 300 350 300 200 1500 350

LL LL LL ALL LL 1 LL LL LL 1

TOTAL INTERIOR NON-PUBLIC SF 4650

TOTAL SPACE SF 21520

CIRCULATION SF (15%) 3228

TOTAL INTERIOR PROPOSED BUILDING SF 24748 TOTAL BUILDING AND SITE SF 53568 TOTAL LL INTERIOR SF 4600 TOTAL L1 INTERIOR SF 14970 TOTAL RT SF 2100

BUBBLE & BLOCK DIAGRAMMING


40 | Diagramming FIT PLANS LOWER LEVEL

LEVEL ONE INTERIOR CONCEPTUAL DIAGRAMMING The left-hand image demonstrates the thought process of the space-planning in MidTown Gateway. The edges of the building are heavily compromised by the pop-up retail spaces first, while the centrally located kiosks represent the middle of the building’s structure beginning to react.

LEVEL TWO


Phase 3 |

PHASE THREE FINAL DESIGN INTENT

41


42 | Exterior Rendering


Brand Identity |

43

TYPOGRAPHY

ABCDE FGHIJ KLMN OPQRS TUVW XYZ LOGO INSPIRATION

MidTown Gateway’s name derives from the simple fact of its location, the borderline of MidTown. This space serves as a gateway for retail vendors to test out the city and possibly purchase vacant buildings for permanent retail. The outline of the logo is inspired by the chemical compound of patina with a split down the middle to symbolize a gate opening to allow entry. The color palette is inspired by the coloration of rust for the rust belt city, and a blue-green color for the concept of patina. Lastly, the placement of the color blocks symbolize a sunrise for a new beginning for the Cleveland.

BRAND IDENTITY COLOR PALETTE

ABCDEFGHIJKLMN O PQ R STUVWXYZ abcdefghijklmn opqrstuvwxyz

RALEWAY SEMI-BOLD Primary Text

Raleway Regular Secondary Text


54 | Signage SIGNAGE MATERIALITY

Red Acrylic

Yellow Acrylic

Orange Acrylic

Teal Acrylic

White Acrylic

Charcoal Acrylic

Wood Laminate

Natural Copper

SIGNAGE DESCRIPTION

As passerbys drive or walk through the city, they will experience the exterior directional way-finding strategically placed as guides to MidTown Gateway. The coloring will start with red the farther into the city and transition through orange, yellow and finally teal upon arrival. The curved acrylic elements are inspired by the blocks of color from the logo. Interior ceiling mounted elements are related to the drop down ceilings in the retail spaces to represent deterioration as the panels layer. Lastly, the site identification sign is compromised of mostly copper that will patina over time, accompanied with metal lettering backed by acrylic with the logo’s color way with LED spotlighting.


Stacking Diagram |

45 CONCEPTUAL HEXAGON

EXTERIOR CONCEPTUAL DIAGRAMMING

LEVEL 2

LEVEL 1

CONCEPTUAL POCKET PARK WATER FEATURE BLUE STAMPED CONCRETE 1972 CORVETTE STINGRAY FENDER DETAIL

LOWER LEVEL


46 | Lower Level Renderings LOWER LEVEL

EMPLOYEE BREAK ROOM

12

12 LOWER LEVEL EMPLOYEE BREAK ROOM


Level One Renderings |

47

MAIN ENTRANCE POP-UP RETAIL

LEVEL ONE POP-UP RETAIL

INFO & SAFETY 3

WOMEN RR

1 2

MEN RR

POP-UP RETAIL

POP-UP RETAIL

POP-UP RETAIL

6

7

4

8

POP-UP RETAIL

CAFE

POP-UP RETAIL

POP-UP RETAIL

POP-UP RETAIL

CAFE SEATING

MAIN ENTRANCE

5

EVENT SPACE

EVENT SPACE

POP-UP RETAIL


48 | Level One Renderings

1 MAIN ENTRANCE

2 LEFT WING RETAIL

3 INFO & SAFETY

4 CAFE ENTRANCE

5 CAFE WINDOW SEATING

6 STAIRCASE

7 RIGHT WING RETAIL

8 EVENT SPACES


Level Two Renderings |

49

POP-UP RETAIL

POP-UP RETAIL

POP-UP RETAIL

POP-UP RETAIL

POP-UP RETAIL

LEVEL TWO 10 9 11

GARDEN CHECK-IN ROOFTOP LOUNGE


50 | Level Two Renderings

9 LEVEL TWO RETAIL

11 ROOF-TOP PATIO WINDOW SEATING

10 COMMUNITY GARDEN CHECK-IN WINDOW SEATING


Lighting |

51

TAG

TAG

TAG

NAME

NAME

NAME

ITEM #

ITEM #

ITEM #

L1

FF&E

Ameba 2230 Design 2230

SUPPLIER

272 Fernwood Ave Edison, NJ 08837 sales@vibialight.com Main office: 732 417 1700

PRIMARY USE Accent Lighting

DESCRIPTION

Adjustable cord height. Dimmable. steel cable suspension.

FINISH

Matt lacquered white polyurethane foam body. Acrylic shade diffuser

SPECIFICATIONS LED

L2

Ameba Collection 2200.2201, 2205.2206, 2210.2211, 2215.2216, 2220.2221

SUPPLIER

L3

Mino 2.5 Circle MIN24720H

SUPPLIER

272 Fernwood Ave Edison, NJ 08837 sales@vibialight.com Main office: 732 417 1700

133 West 19th Street 9th Floor New York, NY 10011 office.us@xal.com T +1.212.3438100

PRIMARY USE

PRIMARY USE

Accent Lighting

DESCRIPTION

General Lighting

DESCRIPTION

Adjustable cord height. Dimmable. steel cable suspension.

Cable supsended pendant light

FINISH

White matte finish cover

Matt lacquered white polyurethane foam body. Acrylic shade diffuser

SPECIFICATIONS LED

FINISH

SPECIFICATIONS

48” & 78” Cable suspended. Direct/ Indirect. LED. 120/277V


*Refer to the provided specification book for complete descriptions and corresponding cut sheets*

TAG

TAG

TAG

NAME

NAME

NAME

ITEM #

ITEM #

ITEM #

SUPPLIER

SUPPLIER

SUPPLIER

PRIMARY USE

PRIMARY USE

DESCRIPTION

DESCRIPTION

L4

Mino 2.5 Circle MIN24720H 133 West 19th Street 9th Floor New York, NY 10011 office.us@xal.com T +1.212.3438100

PRIMARY USE General Lighting

DESCRIPTION Ceiling mounted

FINISH

White matte finish cover

SPECIFICATIONS

Direct. LED. 120/277V

L5

Halo L812 Mini LED Series L81211SP9040SL120 1000 Eaton Boulevard Cleveland, Ohio 44122 1-800-386-1911 BioWall Lighting

Spot Light 15 degrees. 5 year limited warranty

FINISH

Silver Aluminum

SPECIFICATIONS

LED. 90 CRI. 1132 Lumens

L6

C8142 C8142

1000 Eaton Boulevard Cleveland, Ohio 44122 1-800-386-1911 General Lighting

8� adjustable downlight

FINISH

Silver Aluminum

SPECIFICATIONS LED. 90 CRI


Furniture |

51

TAG

TAG

TAG

NAME

NAME

NAME

ITEM #

ITEM #

ITEM #

T1

FF&E

Compose TZRN-3636-WKSCZ

SUPPLIER

The RCF Group 2425 W 11th street Cleveland, OH 44113 216.781.8200

PRIMARY USE

Cafe Occasional Table Break Room Occasional Table

DESCRIPTION

Round table top. Disk base.

FINISH

Plymouth Planked Chestnut Black Matte Aluminum

SPECIFICATIONS Haworth 36” Diameter 42” Height

T2, T3, T4, T5, T6 Torei

HCCS-1232-TAW, HCCS-1632-TAW, HCCS-1632-TAW, HCCS-1247-TAW, HCCS-1647-TAW

SUPPLIER

The RCF Group 2425 W 11th street Cleveland, OH 44113 216.781.8200

PRIMARY USE

Retail Display Tables

D1

Wrapped Lightbox Reception Desk 600.02

SUPPLIER

2300 South 2300 West Salt Lake City, UT 84119 801-649-2699

PRIMARY USE

Retail Check-Out Counter

DESCRIPTION

DESCRIPTION

Rectangular tables at varying heights.

Customized to fit the parameters of a simple check-out counter. Not a stand-alone fixture-must be designed into millwork. Multiple color-way LED

FINISH

FINISH

Black Stained Ash Plymouth Planked Chestnut Black Matte Aluminum

SPECIFICATIONS Haworth

3Form Lightbox Arctic White

SPECIFICATIONS

Focal series indirect lighting solution


*Refer to the provided specification book for complete descriptions and corresponding cut sheets*

TAG

TAG

TAG

NAME

NAME

NAME

ITEM #

ITEM #

ITEM #

SUPPLIER

SUPPLIER

PRIMARY USE

PRIMARY USE

D2

C.E.O. Cube HCPF-CEOW-NR

SUPPLIER

The RCF Group 2425 W 11th street Cleveland, OH 44113 216.781.8200

PRIMARY USE Security Desks

DESCRIPTION

Attached rotating cube storage. Supports cable management.

FINISH

Plymouth Planked Chestnut

SPECIFICATIONS Haworth

ST1

Planes Credenza HCCS-1232-TAW, HCCS-1632-TAW, HCCS-1632-TAW, HCCS-1247-TAW, HCCS-1647-TAW The RCF Group 2425 W 11th street Cleveland, OH 44113 216.781.8200 Vendor Storage Credenza Security Story Credenza

DESCRIPTION Key Lock.

FINISH

ST2

VM-Shelf VMSHL1-08012 VMSHL2-08024 VMSHL3-08036 Visual Magnetics 1 Emerson Street, Mendon, MA 01756 P 508 381-2400 Retail Shelving

DESCRIPTION

Three different sizes at the request of each vendor if needed. Magnetic and fully adjustable

Plymouth Planked Chestnut Black Matte Aluminum White Acrylic

FINISH

SPECIFICATIONS

Utilizes InvisiLock® magnettechnology that is a ferritebased magnet, and poses no known health or safety issues

Haworth

Black Aluminum

SPECIFICATIONS


Furniture |

53

TAG

TAG

TAG

NAME

NAME

NAME

ITEM #

ITEM #

ITEM #

SUPPLIER

SUPPLIER

SUPPLIER

PRIMARY USE

PRIMARY USE

CH1

FF&E

Climb

CMB1B

P.O. Box 108 Cat Spring, TX 78933 USA Toll Free: 1-800-231-2744 Cafe Seating Break Room Seating Window Seating

CH2

Climb

CMB2A

P.O. Box 108 Cat Spring, TX 78933 USA Toll Free: 1-800-231-2744 Cafe Seating Break Room Seating Window Seating

DESCRIPTION

DESCRIPTION

FINISH

FINISH

Multi-tier seating. Power-capability Maxwell Street 6416 11

SPECIFICATIONS

Single-Out. COM yards 6. 35”H x 52”W seat x 30”W back

Multi-tier seating. Power capability Spectrum Carbon

SPECIFICATIONS

Double-In. COM yards 6 9.5” x 16”x 8.5” H 30”seat x 52” back

CH3

Chick Pouf SOPB-22 The RCF Group 2425 W 11th street Cleveland, OH 44113 216.781.8200

PRIMARY USE

Cafe Seating Break Room Seating Window Seating

DESCRIPTION

Adjustable flip-down back, lightweight

FINISH

Elle Bluefin Copper

SPECIFICATIONS 25.2”W x 37.75”H


*Refer to the provided specification book for complete descriptions and corresponding cut sheets*

TAG

TAG

TAG

NAME

NAME

NAME

ITEM #

ITEM #

ITEM #

SUPPLIER

SUPPLIER

SUPPLIER

PRIMARY USE

PRIMARY USE

PRIMARY USE

DESCRIPTION

DESCRIPTION

DESCRIPTION

FINISH

FINISH

SPECIFICATIONS

SPECIFICATIONS

CH4

Fern

SFT-U0-7S01A5 The RCF Group 2425 W 11th street Cleveland, OH 44113 216.781.8200 Task Chair

Edgeless comfort. Adjustable headrest, arm-rests, seat, back, height.

FINISH

Black Mesh

SPECIFICATIONS

Wave Suspension™ 29”W x 28.5”D x 47”H 4D Arms

CH5

Very Wire Base Stool SCW-44-3S The RCF Group 2425 W 11th street Cleveland, OH 44113 216.781.8200 Counter-Height Seating Intuitive recline. Side-to side torsional flex. Black Polymer Very Tetro™ back 23.75”W x 23”D x 46.25”H With arms

CH6

Very Wire Stacker SCH-44-39 The RCF Group 2425 W 11th street Cleveland, OH 44113 216.781.8200 Table-Height Seating Intuitive recline. Side-to side torsional flex. Black Polymer Very Tetro™ back 23.75”W x 21.7”D x 42.25”H Ganging-Glide With arms


Furniture& Finishes |

TAG

TAG

TAG

NAME

NAME

NAME

ITEM #

ITEM #

ITEM #

CH7

Windowseat

FF&E

55

HCCL-WIND-C

SUPPLIER

The RCF Group 2425 W 11th street Cleveland, OH 44113 216.781.8200

PRIMARY USE Window Seating

DESCRIPTION

Acoustical properties. Privacy but allows air circulation.

CH8, CH9 Coact

F78042-M F78042-H

SUPPLIER

FirstOffice PO Box 100 1204 East 6th St. Huntingburg, IN 47542 T 800.521.5381

Coca-Cola Freestyle NA

SUPPLIER

Consolidated CCBC Akron, OH 44278 800.260.2653

PRIMARY USE

Cafe Drink Station

PRIMARY USE

DESCRIPTION

DESCRIPTION

FINISH

Cafe Lounge Seating

FINISH

Anni Golden

Modular Lounge seating with varying back heights. Power capabilities

SPECIFICATIONS

FINISH

With a canopy 30”W x 31”D x 39”H

M1

Elle Bluefin Maxwell Street 6416 11

SPECIFICATIONS Without arms Midback Highback

LED touch-screen NA


*Refer to the provided specification book for complete descriptions and corresponding cut sheets*

P-1 Sherwin-Williams Rayo de Sol

W-1 Original Brick

W-2 Visual Magnetics VM-Wall

W-3 Nevins Versa Wall

T-1 Ceramic Techniques LTD New York Mosaic Co. Hexagono Grafito Piramidal Matte

F-1 Carnegie Maxwell Street 6416-11

F-2 D.L. Couch Elle Bluefin

F-3 D.L. Couch Copper

F-4 Sunbrella Spectrum Carbon

F-5 Wolf-Gordon Anni Golden

L-1 WilsonArt Plymouth Planked Chestnut

W-1 Haworth Surfaces Black Stained Ash

L-2 Wilsonart Timeworn Copper

T-2 Decotone 7135 HC

F-1, F-2, F-3, F-4 Interface Studio Set A00712, A0071, A0072 Boundary Metallics A00609


The End |

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PROJECT CONCLUSION

Overall MidTown Gateway has exceeded preliminary design expectations through the use of innovative designs, flexible space planning, unique materiality, and collaborative community spaces. Although the project is vast in size and technological advanced, the space will hold fundraisers and community awareness to give back to the city of Cleveland and keep current residents. Environmental graphics help create a bridge between downtown, and MidTown Cleveland that are used as guides to the building. Bus stops have been added for security purposes, and to support the local population. All aspects of the design, both interior and exterior, utilize a variety of security features to discourage crime and create a safer environment for the public. Pop-up shopping creates both a variety of retail experiences, and promotes retail moving into the city permanently. Variation in green spaces provide walks through the park, open green space for food-trucking events, lawn movie-nights, and a multitude of other events to promote community engagement, along with a community rooftop garden that is secured. MidTown Gateway is more than a retail destination, but a local gathering point for both current residents and commuters. MidTown Gateway is a design for the people of Cleveland.

LIFE AND VITALITY Fourth Year Senior Thesis Interior Design VI Community Engagement Midtown & Health Tech Corridor Professor Julia Morris

PATINA

PROJECT INTRODUCTION

Focusing on MidTown in Ohio’s beloved rust-belt city of Cleveland, the project emphasizes on restoring the vitality of the worn down neighborhoods and giving life back to the community. The designs calls for providing space for both new and existing businesses in the community that create a connection for the community between the downtown area and the cultural hub of University Circle. To revitalize the community, the project requires a building reuse to improve the safety, security, and well-being of surrounding neighborhoods while implementing economic, social, environmental, and sustainable growth. The overall goal is to create a space that encourages community engagement with a minimum of two occupational uses for the entire city of Cleveland with the foundation of design skills that have been culminated over the past four years of Kent State’s Interior Design education.

DEFINITION

pəˈtēnə a green or brown film on the surface of bronze or similar metals, produced by oxidation over a long period.

CONCEPT STATEMENT

An organic and additive sheen created by positive energy that inspires progressive reactions as a reaction to its environment.

CONCEPTUAL HEXAGON ROOF STRUCTURE

PROJECT STATEMENT

Midtown, like an electron that is only a small piece of matter, reacts and patinas to add a new, but natural luster to the city of Cleveland, the matter, or the city of which all people are united.

LEVEL 2

LEVEL 1

The map illustrated above is a sketch model study that was conducted by Group 3 during the design charette that breaks down the different facets of MidTown by location and what population heavily influences those areas.

1972 CORVETTE STINGRAY FENDER DETAIL

URBAN REVITALIZATION PROCESS CHECKLIST the 1 Determine 7 Develop an urban survey area

REUSE BENEFITS

2

Research location and the potential of blighting conditions

8

Execute a financial analysis

3

Create a conditions survey

9

Create an impact analysis and send to appropriate parties

• The wasteful process of demolition and reconstruction is bypassed • Environmental benefits & energy savings • Re-purposing valued heritage promotes social advantage • Sustainable • Practical needs in the modern world are met with the use of a historical landmark • Attention to architecture detail when the building methods are cheaper (sculpted stone, columns & capitols, elaborate masonry, vaulted ceiling, carved wood ornamentation, etc.)

4

Present the data to an urban renewal organization and council

10

Present the plan to the urban renewal organization and

HOW TO IMPLEMENT URBAN RENEWAL

5

Identify the market opportunities within the area

11

Begin the requesting process for projects

6

Establish the future responsibilities of the area within the community, and include the stakeholders

12

Implement the awesome urban renewal plan

renewal plan

boundaries

• Improve mass transit & dedicated bike lanes • Metered parking in downtown areas • encourages shopping sprees • prevents employee street parking • Preservation of existing historic building reuse • Upgrade the infrastructure • Civic & cultural activities in core areas • farmers market • festivals

FOUR PHASE PROCESS FOR URBAN RENEWAL

CONCEPTUAL POCKET PARK WATER FEATURE

• PHASE ONE blight area research & Location of the urban renewal district

• PHASE TWO create urban renewal plan that must include the following: • the land use(s) • manner in which the property will be acquired • structures to be demolished • techniques of urban renewal • proposed facilities • proposed new regulations & codes • project time schedule, or gantt chart • PHASE THREE land acquisition process begins after the plan is approved • PHASE FOUR rezoning process launches to accommodate new land use

BLUE STAMPED CONCRETE

LOWER LEVEL

The image above demonstrates the thought process of the space-planning in MidTown Gateway. The edges of the building are heavily compromised by the pop-up retail spaces first, while the centrally located kiosks represent the middle of the building’s structure beginning to react.

SUSTAINABLE DESIGN As a local gathering point for retail, community engagement, and green space, it is vital for Midtown Gateway to go beyond aesthetics, and promote sustainability both through the building and in the community. Before entering the space, the surrounding site exhibits exemplary cases of sustainability. The integration of new bus stops on either end of the building support local bus transportation routes with community bulletins to give the public access to upcoming events and local business information. The green space just outside of the building is open to public use and will occasionally sponsor social engagement activities and events. These events have a multi-purpose and will also raise donations to prevent gentrification in the community at the cost of the Midtown Gateway. On the second level, a rooftop community garden also serves a dual purpose where renters can sell their overflow of produce to the downstairs café. The main level café has the ability to transform into a soup kitchen for the homeless when needed. The main sustainability goal for Midtown Gateway, is to introduce different retail pop-up shops to the city of Cleveland to inspire more permanent retail shopping in other reuse buildings in the area. Midtown Gateway serves as the ultimate gateway to a diverse, smart, flexible and versatile community center.

SERPENTINE BELT POCKET PARK CONCEPTUAL DESIGN

• performances

LOGO INSPIRATION

MidTown Gateway’s name derives from the simple fact of its location, the borderline of MidTown. This space serves as a gateway for retail vendors to test out the city and possibly purchase vacant buildings for permanent retail. The outline of the logo is inspired by the chemical compound of patina with a split down the middle to symbolize a gate opening to allow entry. The color palette is inspired by the coloration of rust for the rust belt city, and a bluegreen color for the concept of patina. Lastly, the placement of the color blocks symbolize a sunrise for a new beginning for the Cleveland. TYPOGRAPHY ABCDEFGH IJKLMNOP Q R STUVW XYZ abcdefghijklmn opqrstuvwxyz

SIGNAGE MATERIALITY Red Acrylic

Yellow Acrylic

Orange Acrylic

Teal Acrylic

White Acrylic

Charcoal Acrylic

Wood Laminate

Natural Copper

SIGNAGE DESCRIPTION

As passerbys drive or walk through the city, they will experience the exterior directional wayfinding strategically placed as guides to MidTown Gateway. The coloring will start with red the farther into the city and transition through orange, yellow and finally teal upon arrival. The curved acyclic elements are inspired by the blocks of color from the logo. Interior ceiling mounted elements are related to the drop down ceilings in the retail spaces to represent deterioration as the panels layer. Lastly, the site identification sign is comprised of mostly copper that will patina over time, accompanied with metal lettering backed by acrylic with the logo’s color way with LED spotlighting.

RALEWAY SEMI-BOLD

Primary Text

Raleway Regular Secondary Text

BRAND IDENTITY

DANIELLE R WELCH SENIOR INTERIOR DESIGN STUDENT DWELCH13@KENT.EDU

DANIELLE R WELCH SENIOR INTERIOR DESIGN STUDENT DWELCH13@KENT.EDU


60 | The End

LEVEL ONE

LEVEL TWO

MAIN ENTRANCE FROM PARKING LOT POP-UP RETAIL

POP-UP RETAIL

POP-UP RETAIL

POP-UP RETAIL

POP-UP RETAIL

POP-UP RETAIL

POP-UP RETAIL

POP-UP RETAIL

POP-UP RETAIL

POP-UP RETAIL

10 9

POP-UP RETAIL INFO & SAFETY

3

2 WOMEN RR

MEN RR

6

7

11 COMMUNITY GARDEN

1 4 8

GARDEN CHECK-IN

CAFE

POP-UP RETAIL

ROOFTOP LOUNGE

POP-UP RETAIL

POP-UP RETAIL

POP-UP RETAIL

CAFE SEATING

EVENT SPACE

EVENT SPACE

5

MAIN ENTRANCE FROM POCKET PARK

9 LEVEL TWO RETAIL

1 MAIN ENTRANCE

2 LEFT WING RETAIL

10 COMMUNITY GARDEN CHECK-IN & WINDOW SEATING

3 INFO & SAFETY

11 ROOF-TOP PATIO INTERIOR WINDOW SEATING

4 CAFE ENTRANCE

5 CAFE WINDOW SEATING

12 LOWER LEVEL EMPLOYEE BREAK ROOM

LOWER LEVEL

6 STAIRCASE

VENDOR STORAGE

WAREHOUSE & RECEIVING

MEN RR

MECH & TECH RM

GENERAL STORAGE

FURNITURE STORAGE

EMPLOYEE BREAK ROOM

SUPPLY

12 WOMEN RR

7 RIGHT WING RETAIL

8 EVENT SPACES

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DANIELLE R WELCH SENIOR INTERIOR DESIGN STUDENT DWELCH13@KENT.EDU

THANK YOU


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Partial Renovation-Orginial Construction in 1920

7224 Euclid Avenue Clevelland, OH 44103

Proposed Interior

Sheet List Sheet Number A-100 A-101 A-102 A-200 A-201 A-300 A-400 A-401 A-403 A-404 AD-100 AD-101 AD-102 AD-103 CS E-100 E-101 E-102 G-000 G-100 G-101 Vicinity Map

Project Symbols Legend Description SIM

Section Head

Description

Partial Renovation

Location

7224 Euclid Avenue Cleveland, OH 44103

Occupancy

A-2 A-3 M S-1 S-2 U

Code Compliances

IBC 2017 IEBC 2017 IPC 2017 Ohio Building Code 2011

Construction Type

III-B

Sprinklered/Non-Sprinklered

Sprinklered

Existing SQF

34,754.55

Renovation SQF

5182.80

Total SQF

39,937.35

A101 1 A101

SIM

Callout Head Center Line Door Tag

101

1

A101

Ref

Ref

1 Ref

Elevation Marker

1

1 Ref

0

Grid Head

Location Map Name Elevation Room name

Level Head Room Tag with Area

Abbreviations ACT AFF ALUM BOT CIP CLG CMU COL DEMO DR DWG EL EQ FIXT FLR FND FF HVAC HRS

Acoustical Ceiling Tile Above Finish Floor Aluminum Bottom Cast In Place Ceiling Concrete Masonry Unit Column Demolish Door Drawing Elevation Equal Fixture Floor Foundation Finish Floor Heating, Ventalation, Air Conditioning Hours

HT GYP MAX MECH MIN MTL NIC NO OC OL PLY PREP PT RCP RM SQF STS TBD TYP VIF

Height Gypsum Maximum Mechanical Minimum Metal Not In Contract Number On Center Occupant Load Plywood Prepare Paint Reflected Ceiling Plan Room Square Footage Stories To Be Determined Typical Verify In Field

Lower Level Floor Plan Level 1 Enlarged Floor Plan Level 2 Floor Plan Exterior Elevations Exterior Elevations Building Sections Light Fixture Schedule Lower Level Reflected Ceiling Plan Level 1 Reflected Ceiling Plan Level 2 Reflected Ceiling Plan Lower Level Demolition Plan Level 1 Demolition Plan Level 2 Demolition Plan Roof Demolition Plan Cover Sheet Lower Level Data & Power Plan Level 1 Data & Power Plan Level 2 Data & Power Plan General Information & Code Study Proposed Site Lower Level Life Safety Plan Level 1 Life Safety Plan Level 2 Life Saftey Plan Furniture Schedule Lower Level Furniture Plan Level 1 Furniture Plan Level 2 Furniture Plan Lower Level Finish Plan Level 1 Finish Plan Level 2 Finish Plan Interior Elevations Interior Elevations Interior Elevations Interior Elevations Interior Elevations Interior Elevations Interior Elevations Detail Drawing

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Partial Building Renovation for

MidTown Gateway Partial Building Renovation for 7224 Euclid Avenue Cleveland, OH 44103

PROGRESS SET NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION

MidTown Gateway

101 150 SF

CLE MidTown-Health Tech

1t

Window Tag

1i

Wall Tag

Cover Sheet 2018.00.007 Issue Date DRW Checker

Project number

North Arrow

Date Drawn by Checked by

CS Scale

1/4" = 1'-0"

5/14/2018 5:47:41 PM

Symbols 1

Project Description

G-102 G-103 I-100 I-101 I-102 I-103 I-200 I-201 I-202 I-300 I-301 I-302 I-303 I-304 I-305 I-306 I-400

Sheet Name


5 Height/ Area Limitations

Section

303-312

503-506

Conclusion

CH Description

Assembly Group 2 Assmebly Group 3 Business Mercantile Moderate-Hazard Storage Low-Hazard Storage Utility & MISC.

Construction Type: Use: A, B, U 3 STS | 42,000 per FLR Use: M 3 STS | 55,000 per FLR Use: S 3 STS | 78,000 per FLR

(A-2) (A-3) (B) (M) (S-1) (S-2) (U)

8

| 75' HT

7 Fire Walls Fire Barriers Fire Partitions Smoke Barriers Smoke Partitions Shaft Enclosures

3 HRS

601

IIIB: Structural Frame: 0 Bearing Walls: 2 Nonbearing Interior Walls: 0 Floor Construction: 0 Roof Construction: 0

3HRS 3HRS 2HRS 1HR NR 3HRS

804

Floor Finish Materials Tested in Accordance with ASTM E648 or UL 725

Decorative Materials & Trim

806

Combustible Decorative Materials Shall Not Exceed 10% of Space

Auto Sprinkler System

903

Group A, Group M, Group S-1

Portable Fire Extinguisher

906

906.5 Concpicuous Location, 906.6 Unobstructed & Unobscured

Fire Alarm & Detection

907

907.2.7 Group M

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11.

Field verify any and all measurements before construction. The interior designer shall be notified before any changes are determined. The contractor shall be responsible for the means, methods, and materials of construction. The contractor shall be responsible for the saftey of the crew and on-site visitors. All construction shall follow all aplicable building codes regulated by the law. The contractor shall be responible for any and all materials that are listed as preserved. If any damage is done to preserved materials, the contractor shall be held accountable to replace damaged materials at equal or higher cost. The contractor shall remove all material and recycle it to zero landfill. The contactor shall maintain updated drawings o site at all times. Asbestos-containing materials shall not be used in this project. Do not scale the drawings. Dimensions shall have precedence over scale. Notes on drawings shall apply to similar situations whether marked as TYP or not.

| 75' HT

508.4

706 707 708 709 710 713

Interior Wall & Ceilling FInish Materials tested in accordance with NFPA 286

Interior Floor Finish Test Required

| 75' HT

9

6 Fire Resistance Ratings

803

Interior Wall & Ceiling Finish Materials Tested in Accordance with ASTM E84 or UL 723

III-B

Actual: Use: A 3 STS | SEE SHEET G-101- G-103 | 33'-5" HT Use: B 1 STS |SEE SHEET G-101- G-103 | 33'-5" HT Use: M 2 STS | SEE SHEET G-101- G-103 | 33'-5" HT Use: S 1 STS | SEE SHEET G-101- G-103 | 33'-5" HT Use: U 3 STS | SEE SHEET G-101- G-103 | 33'-5" HT

Fire Separation Between Occupancies

Interior Wall & Ceiling Finish Rating

Section Conclusion

Occupant Notification System

10

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[F] 907.2.7.1 Occupant Notification

Occupant Load

1004

See [Sheet x] for Break Downs

Egress Width

1005

Min. of 44"

Accessible Means of Egress

1007

1009.1 Accessible spaces shall be provided with not less than one accessible means of egress

Common Path of Egress

1014

See [Sheet x] for Break Downs

Exit Travel Distance

1015

See [Sheet x] for Break Downs

Corridor Fire Resistance

1016

0

Corridor Dead End Length

1018

Max. of 20'

Min. NO of Exits

1021

3

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Partial Building Renovation for

MidTown Gateway Partial Building Renovation for 7224 Euclid Avenue Cleveland, OH 44103

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MidTown Gateway CLE MidTown-Health Tech

General Information & Code Study 2018.00.007 Issue Date Author Checker

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CH Description 3 Use & Occupancy

General Notes

Code Study

CODE STUDY


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36' - 6"

30' - 6"

4' - 0"

15' - 9 3/4"

6' - 11"

4' - 0"

Demolish existing site. Prep for new parking lot.

11' - 4 1/2"

1 AD-101 G-102 A-101 E-101 I-201 I-102

UP

3' - 8 1/4"

12' - 0"

27' - 9 3/4"

19' - 8"

DN

7' - 0"

UP DN DN

52' - 3 3/4"

30' - 6"

25' - 5"

ID Studio VI Community Engagement Senior Thesis MidTown Revitalization Design

UP

10' - 7 3/4"

Partial Building Renovation for

MidTown Gateway Partial Building Renovation for 7224 Euclid Avenue Cleveland, OH 44103

PROGRESS SET NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION

MidTown Gateway

Overall Proposed Site Plan 1/32" = 1'-0"

CLE MidTown-Health Tech

Proposed Site 2018.00.007 Issue Date Author Checker

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Life Safety & Accessibility Symbols Legend Symbols

Description Path of Egress Travel

AE

Accessible Exit

Exit & Emergency Light Combo

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VENDOR STORAGE

UP

VENDOR STORAGE

VENDOR STORAGE

VENDOR STORAGE

VENDOR STORAGE

VENDOR STORAGE

VENDOR STORAGE

VENDOR STORAGE

VENDOR STORAGE

VENDOR STORAGE

VENDOR STORAGE

VENDOR STORAGE

VENDOR STORAGE

VENDOR STORAGE

VENDOR STORAGE

26

25

24

23

22

21

20

19

18

17

16

15

14

13

12

223 SF

205 SF

205 SF

205 SF

205 SF

205 SF

205 SF

205 SF

209 SF

199 SF

195 SF

195 SF

195 SF

239 SF

236 SF

Use: S-1 SQF: 3282.40 Occupant Load: 11

Max Travel Distance: 100' Actual: 99'

WAREHOUSE 1 2340 SF

EGRESS

6

11

1082 SF

711 SF

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MEN RR

Use: S-2 SQF: 4504.15 Occupant Load: 15 Max Travel Distance: 100' Actual: 80'

EGRESS

MECH & TECH ROOM

GENERAL STORAGE

FURNITURE STORAGE

2

3

4

553 SF

553 SF

534 SF

Janitor

7

5

224 SF

135 SF

UP

WOMEN RR 8 229 SF

Use: A-2 SQF: 1049.80 Occupant Load: 69

Partial Building Renovation for

MAIN EGRESS STAIR

Max Travel Distance: 75' Actual: 75'

10

MidTown Gateway Partial Building Renovation for 7224 Euclid Avenue Cleveland, OH 44103

UP

289 SF

EMPLOYEE BREAKROOM 9 Lower Level Life Safety Plan 1" = 10'-0"

PROGRESS SET NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION

MidTown Gateway CLE MidTown-Health Tech

Lower Level Life Safety Plan 2018.00.007 Issue Date Author Checker

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999 SF


Life Safety & Accessibility Symbols Legend Symbols

Description Path of Egress Travel

AE

Accessible Exit

Exit & Emergency Light Combo

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RETAIL

SECURITY & INFO

ENTRY VESTIBULE

48

47

45

536 SF

322 SF

RETAIL

RETAIL

42

41

40

39

401 SF

433 SF

433 SF

422 SF

398 SF

JANITORIAL

38 65 SF

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Max Travel Distance: 100' Actual: 69'

AE

193 SF

Use: M SQF: 9224.15 Occupant Load: 153

MEN RR

44 200 SF

AE

Max Travel Distance: 75' Actual: 73' - 6"

RETAIL CAFE

27 751 SF

AE

RETAIL

RETAIL

RETAIL

28

29

30

372 SF

330 SF

332 SF

ENTRY VESTIBULE

31 138 SF

1

RETAIL

190 SF

WOMEN RR

46

Max Travel Distance: 75' Actual: 75'

RETAIL

43

FIRE ESCAPE STAIR

32

Partial Building Renovation for

MidTown Gateway

CAFE STORAGE

33

34

1111 SF

97 SF

Use: A-2 SQF: 1170.45 Occupant Load: 78

Partial Building Renovation for 7224 Euclid Avenue Cleveland, OH 44103

EVENT 1

EVENT 2

35

36

256 SF

256 Use: A-3 SQF: 521 Occupant Load: 35

SF

AE

MAIN EGRESS STIAR

37 289 SF

PROGRESS SET NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION

Level 1 Life Safety Plan 1" = 10'-0"

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Use: B SQF: 475 Occupant Load: 31

RETAIL


Life Safety & Accessibility Symbols Legend Symbols

Description Path of Egress Travel

AE

Accessible Exit

Exit & Emergency Light Combo

RETAIL

RETAIL

RETAIL

RETAIL

49

50

51

52

53

399 SF

432 SF

432 SF

425 SF

403 SF

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RETAIL

Use: M SQF: 4866.30 Occupant Load: 81

JANITORIAL

54 87 SF

DN

ID Studio VI Community Engagement Senior Thesis MidTown Revitalization Design

FAMILY RR

55 Max Travel Distance: 75' Actual: 75'

COMMUNITY GARDEN

61 Max Travel Distance: 100' Actual: 125'

4528 SF

75 SF FAMILY RR

Use: A-3 SQF: 5632 Occupant Load: 250

56 Partial Building Renovation for

71 SF

MidTown Gateway

Use: B SQF: 315.10 Occupant Load: 21

GARDEN CHECK-IN

59

ROOFTOP LOUNGE

323 SF

58 1268 SF

Use: U SQF: 106.45 Occupant Load: 1

Partial Building Renovation for 7224 Euclid Avenue Cleveland, OH 44103

Use: A-3 SQF: 1979.10 Occupant Load: 131

DN

MAIN EGRESS STAIR

57 GARDEN SUPPLY

60 Level 2 Life Safety Plan 1" = 10'-0"

102 SF

PROGRESS SET NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION

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Demolition Plan General Notes 1.

Contractor shall field verify all measurements before construction. All demo work has been presented on drawings as general information. Only skilled professionals trained in this trade shall be employed to work on this project. Areas marked as preserved shall not damaged. For any damaged property or materials, the contractor shall be held accountable. Where patches are need, restore and finish materials to match existing conditions. All materials in demolition are to be recled into zero landfill, or repurposed throughout the project.

2. 3. 4. 5.

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VENDOR STORAGE

VENDOR STORAGE

VENDOR STORAGE

VENDOR STORAGE

VENDOR STORAGE

VENDOR STORAGE

VENDOR STORAGE

VENDOR STORAGE

VENDOR STORAGE

VENDOR STORAGE

VENDOR STORAGE

VENDOR STORAGE

VENDOR STORAGE

VENDOR STORAGE

26

25

24

23

22

21

20

19

18

17

16

15

14

13

12

223 SF

205 SF

205 SF

205 SF

205 SF

205 SF

205 SF

205 SF

209 SF

199 SF

195 SF

195 SF

195 SF

239 SF

236 SF

18' - 3 1/2" TYP

6

1

1082 SF

11 711 SF

2340 SF

MEN RR

14' - 11"

MECH & TECH ROOM

18' - 3 1/2" TYP

14' - 1 3/4"

ID Studio VI Community Engagement Senior Thesis MidTown Revitalization Design

EGRESS

EGRESS

WAREHOUSE

Demolish existing walls. Patch flooring as needed.

58' - 1 1/2"

20' - 10" TYP

14' - 1"

20' - 10" TYP

VENDOR STORAGE

24' - 7 1/2"

UP

18' - 3 1/2" TYP

14' - 11 3/4"

21' - 10 1/2"

GENERAL STORAGE

FURNITURE STORAGE

2

3

4

553 SF

553 SF

534 SF

Janitor

7

5

224 SF

Partial Building Renovation for

135 SF

EMPLOYEE BREAKROOM

WOMEN RR

UP

MidTown Gateway

8

999 SF

229 SF

Partial Building Renovation for 7224 Euclid Avenue Cleveland, OH 44103

MAIN EGRESS STAIR

9

10

UP

289 SF

12' - 2 1/2"

22' - 0"

22' - 0"

22' - 0"

22' - 0"

22' - 0"

22' - 0"

22' - 0"

23' - 3"

Lower Level Demolition Plan 1" = 10'-0"

PROGRESS SET NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION

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22' - 2"


Demolition Plan General Notes 1.

Contractor shall field verify all measurements before construction. All demo work has been presented on drawings as general information. Only skilled professionals trained in this trade shall be employed to work on this project. Areas marked as preserved shall not damaged. For any damaged property or materials, the contractor shall be held accountable. Where patches are need, restore and finish materials to match existing conditions. All materials in demolition are to be recled into zero landfill, or repurposed throughout the project.

2. 3. 4. 5.

112' - 2 3/4"

96' - 1 3/4"

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7' - 7"

14' - 3"

7' - 7"

25' - 9 3/4"

2' - 11 3/4" 7' - 7"

SECURITY & INFO

ENTRY VESTIBULE

48

47

45

536 SF

322 SF

190 SF

9' - 0"

RETAIL

WOMEN RR

RETAIL

RETAIL

42

41

40

39

401 SF

433 SF

433 SF

422 SF

398 SF

17' - 5"

RETAIL Demolish existing wall startin from ground level. Patch floor as needed.

88' - 0"

8' - 1 3/4"

JANITORIAL

38 22' - 8 1/4"

MEN RR

46

44

193 SF

200 SF

ID Studio VI Community Engagement Senior Thesis MidTown Revitalization Design

65 SF 25' - 5 1/4"

14' - 5 3/4"

RETAIL

43

7' - 7 1/2"

7' - 7"

8' - 3 1/2"

6' - 11 1/2"

RETAIL

Demolish walls. Patch floor as needed.

9' - 0"

13' - 0"

Partial Building Renovation for

MidTown Gateway CAFE

CAFE STORAGE

33

34

1111 SF

97 SF

9' - 8 1/4"

EVENT 1 RETAIL

RETAIL

RETAIL

28

29

30

372 SF

330 SF

332 SF

ENTRY VESTIBULE

FIRE ESCAPE STAIR

32

EVENT 2

35

36

256 SF

256 SF

22' - 0 3/4"

21' - 10"

21' - 2 1/2"

MAIN EGRESS STIAR

37

31

289 SF

138 SF 10' - 9 1/2"

Partial Building Renovation for 7224 Euclid Avenue Cleveland, OH 44103

29' - 5 1/4"

27 751 SF

6' - 6"

12' - 4 3/4"

RETAIL

30' - 4 1/4"

12' - 8 1/4"

6' - 6"

13' - 6 3/4"

7' - 7"

13' - 7"

9' - 0"

9' - 0"

4' - 11 3/4" 5' - 6"

7' - 0"

12' - 8 1/4"

208' - 4 1/2"

PROGRESS SET NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION

Level 1 Demolition Plan 1" = 10'-0"

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Demolition Plan General Notes 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

65' - 1 1/2"

26' - 6"

Contractor shall field verify all measurements before construction. All demo work has been presented on drawings as general information. Only skilled professionals trained in this trade shall be employed to work on this project. Areas marked as preserved shall not damaged. For any damaged property or materials, the contractor shall be held accountable. Where patches are need, restore and finish materials to match existing conditions. All materials in demolition are to be recled into zero landfill, or repurposed throughout the project.

120' - 0"

Kent State Univeristy CAED Fourth Year ID Danielle Welch dwelch13@kent.edu https://issuu.com/daniellewelch8 RETAIL

RETAIL

RETAIL

RETAIL

49

50

51

52

RETAIL

53

399 SF

432 SF

432 SF

425 SF

403 SF

Demolish existing walls. Prep roof for new flooring.

10' - 10 1/2"

10' - 6"

13' - 0"

Demolish existing walls. Patch floor as needed.

JANITORIAL

54

ID Studio VI Community Engagement Senior Thesis MidTown Revitalization Design

87 SF

22' - 0"

49' - 5 1/2"

10' - 11 1/2"

21' - 7"

COMMUNITY GARDEN

61

22' - 6"

22' - 6"

22' - 6"

FAMILY RR

4528 SF

56

Partial Building Renovation for

71 SF

MidTown Gateway Partial Building Renovation for 7224 Euclid Avenue Cleveland, OH 44103

59

ROOFTOP LOUNGE

58 GARDEN SUPPLY

60 102 SF

1268 SF

30' - 3"

GARDEN CHECK-IN

323 SF

MAIN EGRESS STAIR

57

02_ Roof Top_ Demo Plan 1" = 10'-0"

PROGRESS SET NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION

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55 75 SF

21' - 7"

19' - 0 1/2"

17' - 0"

FAMILY RR 8' - 1 1/4"


Demolition Plan General Notes 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Contractor shall field verify all measurements before construction. All demo work has been presented on drawings as general information. Only skilled professionals trained in this trade shall be employed to work on this project. Areas marked as preserved shall not damaged. For any damaged property or materials, the contractor shall be held accountable. Where patches are need, restore and finish materials to match existing conditions. All materials in demolition are to be recled into zero landfill, or repurposed throughout the project.

119' - 2 1/4"

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14' - 7 1/2"

ID Studio VI Community Engagement Senior Thesis MidTown Revitalization Design

58' - 1 1/2"

17' - 0"

10' - 6"

10' - 10 1/2"

Demolish existing gable roof.

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Floor Plan General Notes

1. 2. 3. 4.

All flooring is semi-polished concrete unless noted otherwise. Contractor shall visit the site for better understanding before construction. All existing columns are to remain. Contractor shall verify structure stability. Patch as needed. All existing flooring is to remain. Patch as needed.

A-201

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2 New overhead door to be installed.

Open fire escape stair to lead directly onto site.

208' - 4 1/2" 11' - 4 3/4"

10' - 10 1/2"

10' - 7 1/2"

VENDOR STORAGE

VENDOR STORAGE

VENDOR STORAGE

VENDOR STORAGE

VENDOR STORAGE

VENDOR STORAGE

VENDOR STORAGE

VENDOR STORAGE

20

19

18

17

16

15

14

13

VENDOR STORAGE

VENDOR STORAGE

VENDOR STORAGE

23

22

21

205 SF15' - 3 1/2"205 SF 6' - 0"

205 SF SF- 2 1/2" 15' - 0 1/4" 205 SF 6' - 9 1/4" 205 14'

6' - 0"

205 SF 13' - 8 3/4"205 SF

3' - 1 3/4"

2

3

4

553 SF

553 SF

534 SF

7' - 9 1/2"

9' - 0" 20' - 10"

22' - 9 3/4"

7' - 11 1/2"

UP

224 SF

5' - 3 3/4"

8

10' - 11 1/2"

18' - 0 3/4"

1

17' - 3 1/4"

3 1-c 2

WOMEN RR

229 SF

7' - 11 1/2"

ID Studio VI Community Engagement Senior Thesis MidTown Revitalization Design

I-300 1 1-a

3' - 9 1/4"

A-200

13' - 7 1/2"

EMPLOYEE BREAKROOM MAIN EGRESS 9 STAIR 999 SF 10 UP

Partial Building Renovation for

MidTown Gateway Partial Building Renovation for 7224 Euclid Avenue Cleveland, OH 44103

289 SF 38' - 6 3/4"

25' - 5 1/2"

Lower Level Floor Plan 1" = 10'-0"

1 A-201

PROGRESS SET NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION

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1

20' - 10 1/2"

5 135 SF

12

236 SF

2' - 3" 4' - 9" 3' - 6 1/4"

10' - 2"

3' - 7 1/4"

FURNITURE STORAGE

7 17' - 2"

GENERAL STORAGE

MEN RR

22' - 3 1/4"

1-b

MECH & TECH ROOM

9' - 2"

11' - 5 1/4"

31' - 7"

27' - 5 1/4"

27' - 3 1/4"

Janitor

VENDOR STORAGE

711 SF

1082 SF

20' - 6 3/4"

8' - 3 1/2"

11

4' - 6"

21' - 0 1/4"

16' - 3 1/4"

12' - 0 3/4"

12' - 11 1/2"

EGRESS

6 18' - 10"

10' - 7 1/2"

209 SF13' - 9 1/4"199 SF 9' - 3 3/4"195 SF 12' - 5 1/4" 195 SF 8' - 9 3/4"195 SF11' - 9 1/2" 239 SF

EGRESS

1

42' - 10 1/4"

8' - 0"

10' - 7 1/2"

30' - 3 1/2"

24

11' - 1 3/4"

6' - 10 3/4"

25 7' - 6"

11' - 1 3/4"

6' - 8"

SF

11' - 1 3/4"

11' - 10"

VENDOR STORAGE

11' - 1 3/4"

25' - 10 3/4"

VENDOR STORAGE

26 8' - 1223 1/4"

11' - 1 3/4"

9' - 0"

12' - 0"

VENDOR STORAGE

11' - 1 3/4"

8' - 3 3/4"

25' - 3" 54' - 10 1/2"

WAREHOUSE

2340 SF

A-200 2

11' - 1 3/4"

27' - 3 1/4"

32' - 5" 23' - 3 1/2"

10' - 5 1/4"

19' - 3 1/2"

UP

6' - 7 3/4"

2' - 2 1/4"

12' - 1 1/4"


Floor Plan General Notes 1. 2. 3. 4.

25' - 0 1/4"

17' - 11"

RETAIL

43

42

41

40

39

401 SF

433 SF

433 SF

422 SF

398 SF

45

2

I-302

38 65 SF

190 SF

8' - 1 3/4"

I-303

44 20012' SF- 9"

17' - 11"4 7-a

16' - 2 1/4"

13' - 9 1/2"

17' - 11"

17' - 8"

16' - 9 1/2"

8' - 0"

1

7' - 7"

14' - 5 3/4"

Level 1 Floor Plan 1" = 10'-0"

7' - 7"

RETAIL

29

30

7' - 7"

ENTRY VESTIBULE

332 SF 1:12 Slope Max 14' - 2 1/2"

FIRE ESCAPE STAIR

32

16' - 0 3/4"

8' - 11"

RETAIL

31

6' - 10 3/4"

13' - 3"

6-b

51' - 2 1/2"

4' - 6" TYP

15' - 4"

97 SF

15' - 9"

330 SF

14' - 3"

16' - 5 3/4"

34

1111 SF

16' - 2"

EVENT 1

EVENT 2

35

36

256 SF

256 SF

6' - 6"

8' - 1"

7' - 7"

25' - 4 1/4"

Partial Building Renovation for

MidTown Gateway Partial Building Renovation for 7224 Euclid Avenue Cleveland, OH 44103

MAIN EGRESS STIAR

37 289 SF

138 SF 18' - 4 1/2"

5' - 9"

6' - 6"

13' - 6 3/4"

7' - 7"

13' - 7"

7' - 0"

372 SF

20' - 9 1/4"

CAFE STORAGE 2 6-c

9' - 0"

9' - 0"

7' - 8 1/2"

22' - 5 1/2"

6' - 0"

28

20' - 9 1/4"

1:12 Slope Max

6' - 4 1/4"

9' - 8 1/4"

RETAIL

6' - 11 1/2"

1

9' - 0"

22' - 9 3/4"

9' - 0"

18' - 8 3/4"

3

33 20' - 10 1/2" TYP

27 751 SF

6' - 6"

CAFE

39' - 10 1/2"

12' - 4 3/4"

RETAIL

6-d

3 6-a

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9' - 8"

New building wrap & shading feature.

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16' - 9 1/2" 1 4-a

12' - 1 1/2"

MEN RR

17' - 4 1/4"

5-a

JANITORIAL 15' - 1"

I-302

A-200 2

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RETAIL

6' - 8"

46 12' - 4" SF 193

28' - 9 3/4"

RETAIL

3' - 5 1/4"

WOMEN RR

RETAIL

17' - 1 1/4"

11' - 10"

I-301

7' - 0 1/4"

17' - 8"

17' - 5"

ENTRY VESTIBULE

9' - 0"

2

I-301 9' - 0"

RETAIL

13' - 8 1/4"

322 SF

7' - 7"

11' - 9 1/2"

47 12' - 4 1/4" 1 2-a

18' - 11 1/4"

5' - 8 1/4"

3 3-a

28' - 9 1/2"

4' - 8 1/2"

4' - 1"

9' - 0"

536 SF

22' - 7 1/4"

1:12 Slope Max

7' - 7"

SECURITY & INFO 16' - 8 1/2"

48

14' - 3"

2-b

RETAIL

7' - 7"

14' - 8 1/4"

14' - 5 3/4"

10' - 11"

7' - 7"

8' - 5 1/4"

7' - 1 1/4"

17' - 11"

All flooring is semi-polished concrete unless noted otherwise. Contractor shall visit the site for better understanding before construction. All existing columns are to remain. Contractor shall verify structure stability. Patch as needed. All existing flooring is to remain. Patch as needed.


Floor Plan General Notes 1. 2. 3. 4.

60' - 5"

RETAIL

RETAIL

RETAIL

RETAIL

2

49

50

51

52

RETAIL

53

399 SF

432 SF

432 SF

425 SF

403 SF

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42' - 10 3/4"

54 87 SF

DN 26' - 8"

FAMILY RR

55

71 SF

1 8-a

59

3 8-c 20' - 2 1/2"

323 SF

19' - 9 1/2"

ROOFTOP LOUNGE 15' - 8 1/2"

19' - 10"

60

MAINDN EGRESS STAIR

12' -SF 3" 102

57

9' - 0"

GARDEN SUPPLY 15' - 9"

63' - 0"

1268 SF

55' - 4"

9' - 2"

ID Studio VI Community Engagement Senior Thesis MidTown Revitalization Design

1

A-200

6' - 8"

8-d

GARDEN 2 CHECK-IN

1

16' - 8 3/4"

17' - 3 1/4"

58

12' - 10 1/2"

Partial Building Renovation for

MidTown Gateway Partial Building Renovation for 7224 Euclid Avenue Cleveland, OH 44103

25' - 5 1/2"

Level 2 Floor Plan 1" = 10'-0"

1

A-201

New building wrap & shading feature.

Fire escape only accessible by lower level and level 2 that leads directly to exterior.

New water feature and serenity pool.

Planter walls around water feature.

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1' - 4"

1

56

6' - 2 1/2" 6' - 0" TYP 2 1 9-b Copy 1

4528 SF

7' - 9 1/2"

40' - 7 1/4"

FAMILY RR

12' - 0 1/4"

61

I-306

6' - 10 3/4"

9-a 2

A-200 2

3' - 11"

75 SF

8-b

26' - 3 1/4"

COMMUNITY GARDEN

9' - 3 3/4"

12' - 10 3/4"

JANITORIAL

11' - 0"

1' - 5"

4' - 0"

A-201

All flooring is semi-polished concrete unless noted otherwise. Contractor shall visit the site for better understanding before construction. All existing columns are to remain. Contractor shall verify structure stability. Patch as needed. All existing flooring is to remain. Patch as needed.


Demolition Plan General Notes

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Contractor shall field verify all measurements before construction. All demo work has been presented on drawings as general information. Only skilled professionals trained in this trade shall be employed to work on this project. Areas marked as preserved shall not damaged. For any damaged property or materials, the contractor shall be held accountable. Where patches are need, restore and finish materials to match existing conditions. All materials in demolition are to be recled into zero landfill, or repurposed throughout the project.

03_Gable Roof 28' - 0" Kent State Univeristy CAED Fourth Year ID Danielle Welch dwelch13@kent.edu https://issuu.com/daniellewelch8

02_ Roof Top_ Floor Plan 14' - 0"

01_Level 1_Floor Plan 0' - 0" 00_Lower Level_Floor Plan -10' - 0" Preserve all existing brick. Patch wall with salavaged bricks from demolition.

New double door.

New building addition.

ID Studio VI Community Engagement Senior Thesis MidTown Revitalization Design

East Exterior Elevation 1 1" = 10'-0"

New rooftop railing.

Partial Building Renovation for 03_Gable Roof 28' - 0"

MidTown Gateway Partial Building Renovation for 7224 Euclid Avenue Cleveland, OH 44103

02_ Roof Top_ Floor Plan 14' - 0"

01_Level 1_Floor Plan 0' - 0" 00_Lower Level_Floor Plan -10' - 0" 2

West Exterior Elevation 1" = 10'-0"

New ramp and stairs.

Prep openings in existing exterior walls for windows

PROGRESS SET NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION

Demolish existing overhead door on level 1. Prep opening for new overhea door on level 2.

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New ramp and steps.


Demolition Plan General Notes 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Contractor shall field verify all measurements before construction. All demo work has been presented on drawings as general information. Only skilled professionals trained in this trade shall be employed to work on this project. Areas marked as preserved shall not damaged. For any damaged property or materials, the contractor shall be held accountable. Where patches are need, restore and finish materials to match existing conditions. All materials in demolition are to be recled into zero landfill, or repurposed throughout the project.

New storefront shipping container modified off site.

03_Gable Roof 28' - 0"

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New dimensional metal store front signage.

02_ Roof Top_ Floor Plan 14' - 0"

01_Level 1_Floor Plan 0' - 0" 00_Lower Level_Floor Plan -10' - 0" 2

North Exterior Elevation 1" = 10'-0"

New doors. Prepare exterior with patching.

Prepare existing window openings for new window placement.

ID Studio VI Community Engagement Senior Thesis MidTown Revitalization Design

Partial Building Renovation for

Building wrap and shading feature.

MidTown Gateway Partial Building Renovation for 7224 Euclid Avenue Cleveland, OH 44103

03_Gable Roof 28' - 0"

02_ Roof Top_ Floor Plan 14' - 0"

01_Level 1_Floor Plan 0' - 0" 00_Lower Level_Floor Plan -10' - 0" South Exterior Elevation 1" = 10'-0"

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PROGRESS SET NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION


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1

Building Section 1 1" = 10'-0"

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Building Section 2 1" = 10'-0"

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Lighting Fixture Schedule

L1

L2

0V

L3

Assembly Code

Assembly Description

Coun t

Description

D5020200

Lighting Equipment

64

Surface/Suspended CircularLED Luminaire

D5020210

Lighting Fluorescent

111

Description

D5020220

Lighting Incandescent

351

Diffusers/S hielding

Family XAL MINO-2_5-CIRCLE-Nominal

Clear Prismatic Acrylic Diffuser

Family and Type XAL MINO-2_5-CIRCLE-Nominal: XAL Mino60 Circle 5' Nominal

MFR name

LED White

Surface_Cooper_FailSafe_HealthCare_Un Surface_Cooper_FailSafe_HealthCare_Under Lamp dercabinet_MST cabinet_MST: Surface_Cooper_FailSafe_HealthCare_Under cabinet_MST

Downlight - Recessed Can

Lamp Quantity

Lamp

Type XAL Mino60 Circle 5' Nominal Surface_Co oper_FailS afe_Health Care_Unde rcabinet_M ST

1

Downlight - Recessed Can: 8" Incandescent - LED 277V

8" Incandesce nt - 277V 2200-03

L4

49

Design by Pete Sans. Made in Spain by Vibia. An organically shaped pendant light that provides direct and indirect illumination through its acrylic shade, with frosted acrylic top and bottom diffuser, while hanging from a polished chrome canopy.

Lighting-Pendant-Vibia-AMEBA_2200-Mod Lighting-Pendant-Vibia-AMEBA_2200-Model_ el_A (1) A (1): 2200-03

L5

34

Lighting-Pendant-Vibia-AMEBA_2205-Mod Lighting-Pendant-Vibia-AMEBA_2205-Model_ el_B (1) B (1): 2205-03

2205-03

L6

34

Design by Pete Sans. Made in Spain by Vibia. An organically shaped pendant light that provides direct and indirect illumination through its acrylic shade, with frosted acrylic top and bottom diffuser, while hanging from a polished chrome canopy. Design by Pete Sans. Made in Spain by Vibia. An organically shaped pendant light that provides direct and indirect illumination through its acrylic shade, with frosted acrylic top and bottom diffuser, while hanging from a polished chrome canopy.

Lighting-Pendant-Vibia-AMEBA_2215-Mod Lighting-Pendant-Vibia-AMEBA_2215-Model_ el_D (1) D (1): 2215-03

2215-03

L7

68

Design by Pete Sans. Made in Spain by Vibia. An organically shaped pendant light that provides direct and indirect illumination through its acrylic shade, with frosted acrylic top and bottom diffuser, while hanging from a polished chrome canopy. Description

Lighting-Pendant-Vibia-AMEBA_2210-Mod Lighting-Pendant-Vibia-AMEBA_2210-Model_ el_C C: 2210-03 With Canopy

2210-03 With Canopy

L8

0V

D5020

Lighting and Branch 24 Wiring

L9

53

L10

35

L11

21

L12

L 13

D5020210

Lighting Fluorescent

79

Interior_Cooper_Shaper_Pendant_461 A

Interior_Cooper_Shaper_Pendant_461 A: Interior_Cooper_Shaper_Pendant_461 A

Lamp

Lighting_Ceiling-Mounted_XAL_FRAME-60 Lighting_Ceiling-Mounted_XAL_FRAME-60-tri -trim m: 052-47P2517G e2+-LED FRAME 60 trim

Organic shaped pendant, designed by Pete Sans. Methacrylate diffuser, resin body. Available in matte charcoal grey and matte white lacquer. Adjustable indoor spotlight with adapter for installation on mains electrified track, for high output LED lamp with monochrome emission in a warm white colour. Spot optic. Luminaire ma de of die-cast aluminium. Twin adjustability allows 360° rot ation about the vertical axis and 90° tilting relative to the horizontal plane. Mechanical locks for aiming, for rotation on horizontal plan e and around vertical axis. Equipped with electronic ballast.

iGuzzini-Front Light ø116mm-3000K-CRI90 iGuzzini-Front Light ø116mm-3000K-CRI90: iGuzzini- Front Lignt ø116-MN46

Led

Ceiling Light - Linear Box

T-12

Ceiling Light - Linear Box: 2'x4'(2 Lamp) 277V

1

XAL

Lighting-Pendant-Vibia-AMEBA_2230-Singl Lighting-Pendant-Vibia-AMEBA_2230-Single e (1) (1): 2230-03

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iGuzzin iGuzzinii Front Lignt ø116-MN46

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2'x4'(2 Lamp) 277V

85

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Lighting Plan General Notes 1. 2.

Lighting specialist shall verify drawings before construction. Place all lighting on centerline of each tile, and beam outline TYP.

Light Fixtures Legend Fixture

Description LED Pendant Light

LED Under-Cabinet Light

Linear LED Light

LED Pendant / LED Pendant Light

Custom LED Pendant Light

LED Live-Wall Track Lighting

2X4 Recessed Box-Light

8" LED Recessed Can Light

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Ceiling Types

L12

L12

L12

L12

L12

L12

L12

L12

3' - 5"

L12

L9

L12

L12

L9

L12

L12

L9

L12

L12

L12

L9

L12

L12

L9

L12

L12

L9

L12

L12

L9

L12

L12

L9

L12

L12

L9

L12

L12

L9

L12

L12

L12

L9

L12

L12

L9

L12

L12

L9

L12

L12

L9

L12

L9

L 13 L12

L12

L12

L12

L12

L12

L12

L12

L12

L1

L12

L9

L1

L9

L1

L 13 L12

L12

L1

L1

Primed & Painted with P2 suspended GYP

Type B

Stained with matte finish suspended hexagon ceiling tiles

L9

L12

L12

L9

L12

L12

L9

L12

L9

L12

L9

L12

L12

L12

L12

L9

L12

L9

L12

L9

23' - 1 1/2"

L12

L9

L12

23' - 1 1/2"

L1

L12

L12

L12

L12

L 13

L 13

L 13

L 13

L12

23' - 1 1/2"

L 13

L1

L3

L 13

L 13

L1 L 13 L3

L3

L3

L3

L3 L9

L9

L9

L9

L9

L9

L9

L9

L9

L9 L3

4' - 4 3/4"

L3

23' - 1 1/2"

L3

L3

L3

L3

L2

L3

L3

4' - 2 1/2" L3 L3

23' - 1 1/2"

L1

L 13

L 13

L1

L 13

LL 13 13

L1

L 13

L1

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L12

L 13

TYPE A

TYPE A

L 13

L1

L 13

TYPE A

L 13

L 13

L1

L 13

L1 L 13

L ? 13

L12

L9

L 13

L 13 L1

L 13 L9

L9

L 13

L12

23' - 1 1/2"

L9

L 13

L12

23' - 2 1/2"

L2

L3

L11

L3

L3

L3

L3

L4 L L7 L6 L L 13 L7 L7 L5 L713 13 L6 L5

L3

L L9 13 L5 L7 L L7 L7 L L6 L5 TYPE B L L413 L L7 13 L6 L413 13 L4 6' - 3 1/4" L 13 L11 L11

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23' - 1 1/2"

23' - 2 1/2"

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L12

L9

L 13

L 13 L12

Type A

4' - 4 1/4"

L12

L9

Description

4' - 1"

10' - 8 1/2"

L12

2' - 7"

5' - 1"

L12

3' - 5 3/4"

L12

10' - 3 3/4"

6' - 9 3/4" 6' - 9 3/4" 6' - 9 3/4" 6' - 9 3/4" 6' - 9 3/4" 6' - 9 3/4" 6' - 9 3/4" 6' - 10 3/4"

Types


Lighting Plan General Notes 1. 2.

Lighting specialist shall verify drawings before construction. Place all lighting on centerline of each tile, and beam outline TYP.

Light Fixtures Legend Fixture

Description LED Pendant Light

LED Under-Cabinet Light

Linear LED Light

LED Pendant / LED Pendant Light

Custom LED Pendant Light

LED Live-Wall Track Lighting

2X4 Recessed Box-Light

L2 L3

L3

L2

L2 L3

L3

L2 L3

L2 L3

L3 L3 L2 L3

L2

L3

L3

L2

L3

L2

L3

L3

L3

L3

L1

L3

L3

L2

L3

L3

L3

L3 L2 L3

L2

L3

L3 L2

L2 L3 L3

L3

25' - 11 1/4"

1

L1

L1

L1

L3

L1

L3

L2

L3 L3

L3 L2

L1

L3

L2 L3

26' - 0 1/2"

L3

L3 L2

L3 L2

L3

L3

L3 L2 L3

L1

L1

L9 L9

L2 L3 L3

L2 L3 L3

L3

L1 1' - 9 1/2"

L1

L1

L3

L2

L3 L2

L3

L3

L3

L2

L3

L3

26' - 1"

L2 L3

L10 L10 4' - 7 1/2" L11 L11

L2

L3

L2

L3

L3

L3

L3 1' - 11 1/2" L3 5' - 4" L35' - 8 3/4"L3

26' - 0 1/2"

L8

L10L10

L1

L3

L2 L3

L2

L3 L3

L3

L11

L8 L8 L8

L8 L8 L8 L8

L3

L2 L3

L3

L2 L3

L2 L3

L3

L1

L11

L11

L1

L11 L10 L10 L10L10 L10 L10 L10 L10

TYPE A

L1

L1

3' - 10 1/4" L11

L5 L7 L L7 L7 L L6 L5 L413 L L7 13 L6 L413 L4

L11

L11

L11

L11

L11

L1

L3 L2

L11

L11 7' - 7" 3' - 9 1/2"

L4 L4 L L6 L4L 13 L7 L L5 L713 L7 L7 13 L6 L5

26' - 0 1/2"

L3 L3

L2 L3

L1

L1

L3

L3

L3 L2

L3

L3 L2

L3

L3

L3

L2 L3

L3

Description

Type A

Primed & Painted with P2 suspended GYP

Type B

Stained with matte finish suspended hexagon ceiling tiles

L3

L11

L3

7' - 0"

L1

4' - 3"

L1

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L3

L1

L10 L10 L10 L10 L10 L10 L10L10 L10 L10 L10 L10 L10 L10 L10 L10 L10 L10 L10

L5 L7 L L7 L7 L L6 L5 L413 L L7 13 L6 L413 L4

26' - 0"

L1

3' - 8" 4' - 0"

L11

L1

L1

L3 L3

L3

L3

L4 L4 L L6 L4L 13 L7 L L7 L7 L5 L713 13 L6 L5

L5 L7 L L7 L7 L L6 L5 L413 L L7 13 L6 L413 L4

L4

L1

L2

Types

L2

4' - 0" 1' - 11 1/4"

L9

L9 5' - 9 3/4" L3

L6 L L L7 L5 L5 L7 L7 L 13L4 13 L6 L7 13L4

L3

8" LED Recessed Can Light

Ceiling Types

2' - 3 1/2"

L3

L3L2

L3 L3

L2 L3

L2 L3

L3

L3

L3

L3

L2

L2 L3

6' - 2 1/4"

L3

L8

2' - 3 1/2"1' - 2 1/4"

3' - 4 3/4"

3' - 3"

2' - 3"

L9

L4 L4 L L6 L4L 13 L7 L L7 L7 L5 L713 13 L6 L5

L1

L3

L3

L3 L3

L3

L3

L3

L9

L10 L10L10

L3 L2

L3

L2 L3

L2 L3 L2 L3

L2 L3

26' - 0 1/2"

L3 L3

L1 L1 L1

L1

L3 L2

L3 L3

L3 L2 L3

L3 L3

6' - 11"

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L3

L3

L3

L2 L3

L2 L3 L3

L3

6' - 8 1/4"

L3

L3

L3

L2 L3 L3 L2 L3 L3

L3

12' - 4 1/4" 1' - 11 3/4"

L2

L8 L8 L8

L5 L7 L L7 L7 L L6 L5 L413 L L7 13 L6 L413 L4

L3 L3

L9

L3

3' - 7 1/4"

L2

L9

L3

2' - 1" 3' - 8 1/4"

L2

L3

L9

L3 1' - 9 3/4" 2' - 6"

L3

L3

L3

L3

L3

L2 L3

L11

L2

L2 L3 L3

L3

L3 L3L2 L3

L3

L3

L3

L3 L2

L2 L3

L2 L3

L3

L3

L3 L3 L2 L3 L3 L2 L3

3' - 5 1/2"

L3

L3

L3 L2

2' - 9 1/2"5' - 4" 5' - 8 3/4"

4' - 0"2' - 1"L9

L11

L2 L3

L2 L3

L3 L3 L2

4' - 2 3/4"

L3

L3

L3

L2L3

L3

L3

L3

3' - 8 3/4" 1' - 10"

L3 L2

6' - 6"

L3 TYPE A

1' - 2 1/2"

TYPE B

L3

L3 L2

L3

L2 L3

2' - 2"6' - 8 1/4" 5' - 2 1/4"

L3 L3 L2

L3

L3 L2

5' - 0 1/4"

L3

L2

5' - 8 1/4"

1' - 3 1/2" 6' - 6 1/4"

L3 L2 L2 L2 L3

L3

L3

L3

L3

L3 L2

L2

L3

L3

L2 L3 L3

L3

L3

25' - 11 3/4"

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L2L3

L2 L3 L3

L3

L3

L3

L3

L3

6' - 8 1/4" 6' - 10 1/4" 7' - 0 1/4" 6' - 10 1/4" 6' - 8 1/4" 6' - 11 1/4"

L2 L3

L3

L3

L3 L2 L3


Lighting Plan General Notes 1. 2.

Lighting specialist shall verify drawings before construction. Place all lighting on centerline of each tile, and beam outline TYP. Light Fixtures Legend Fixture

Description LED Pendant Light

LED Under-Cabinet Light

Linear LED Light

LED Pendant / LED Pendant Light

Custom LED Pendant Light

LED Live-Wall Track Lighting

2X4 Recessed Box-Light

8" LED Recessed Can Light

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Ceiling Types

L3

L3

L2 L3

L3

L3 L3

L2

L2

L3

L3

L3

L3

L3L2 L3

L1

L8

L1

L1

L5 L7 L L7 L7 L L6 L5 L413 L L7 13 L6 L413 L4

L8

L1

L8 3' - 4"

L8

L5 L7 L L7 L7 L L6 L5 L413 L L7 13 L6 L413 L4 15' - 4 1/2" 15' - 3 1/2"

15' - 3 1/2"

L2 L3

L1

L2 L3

L3

L3

L3

L2

L2 L3

L3

1' - 6 1/2" 1' - 7 1/4"

L1

L1

L1

L3

2' - 3 1/2" 3' - 7 1/4" L3 L3

L1

L1 8' - 10"

L5 L7 L L7 L7 L L6 L5 L413 L L7 13 L6 L413 L4 15' - 3 1/2"

4' - 3 1/4"

L5 L7 L L7 L7 L L6 L5 L413 L L7 13 L6 L413 L4

L3

L3

L3

4' - 2 1/4" L3

L5 L7 L L7 L7 L L6 L5 L413 L L7 13 L6 L413 L4 15' - 3 1/2" 15' - 4 1/2"

L1

L1 L1

L1

2' - 7 3/4"

Type B

L3

L3

L8

L1

Primed & Painted with P2 suspended GYP Stained with matte finish suspended hexagon ceiling tiles

L3 L3

L10 L10 L10L10 L10 L10 L10 L10 L10

L4 L4 L L6 L4L 13 L7 L L5 L713 L7 L7 13 L6 L5

L3 L3

L3

L4 L4 L L6 L4L 13 L7 L L5 L713 L7 L7 13 L6 L5

L8 L8

L2

L3 L3

L8 L8

L3L2

L3

L3 L3

1' - 3 1/2"

L2

L2 L3

Type A

L3

L3 L3

L3

L3

L3 L3 L2

L3

L3 L3

L3

L3

L2 L3 L3

L2 L3

L3

L3 L3

L2 L3 L3

L2 L3

L3

L3

L3 L3

L1

L1

L3 L3

5' - 9 1/4"

L2

L3

8' - 6 1/4"

L3

L3

L3 L3

L3 L3

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L2

L3

Description

8' - 6 1/4"

L3

L3 L3

L3 L3

Types

3' - 8"

L2L3

TYPE B

L3 L3

L3

L3

L3

13' - 4 3/4"

L3 L3

L3

L3

3' - 3 1/4"

L3

L3

L3

2' - 3 1/2"

L3

L3

L3

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L8 L8 L8

L3

L3

L3

1' - 9 1/2"

4' - 6"

3' - 11 1/2"

2' - 9 1/2"2' - 10" 2' - 11" L3 L3

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Data & Power Plan General Notes

1. 2. 3.

A professionally trained electrical engineer shall review the data & power plans. Drawings are only representational. Not for final construction. The interior designer shall be notified of any changes before construction.

Data & Power Legend Symbol

Description Floor Outlet-Duplex

Wall Outlet-Duplex R

GFI

Wall Outlet-Rage

Wall Outlet-GFI

Wall Outlet-Single

2

Switch-Double

Switch-Single

VENDOR STORAGE

VENDOR STORAGE

VENDOR STORAGE

VENDOR STORAGE

VENDOR STORAGE

VENDOR STORAGE

VENDOR STORAGE

VENDOR STORAGE

24

23

22

21

20

19

18

17

16

15

14

13

12

205 SF

205 SF

205 SF

205 SF

205 SF

205 SF

209 SF

199 SF

195 SF

195 SF

195 SF

239 SF

236 SF

GFI

2

6

EGRESS

229 SF

14' - 0 1/4"

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EMPLOYEE BREAKROOM MAIN EGRESS 9 STAIR 999 SF 10 UP 2' - 8 1/4" 5' - 7 3/4"

WOMEN RR

R

UP

GFI GFI GFI

135 SF

GFI

5' - 2 3/4"

224 SF

13' - 10"

10' - 6"

534 SF

2' - 0"

553 SF

1' - 7"

553 SF

7

5

2' - 2 1/4"

4

15' - 3 1/4"

3 10' - 0"

2

14' - 9 1/4"

FURNITURE STORAGE

711 SF 2' - 3"4' - 2"

Janitor

2

10' - 1"

GENERAL STORAGE

3' - 7"4' - 1 1/2"4' - 0"

MECH & TECH ROOM

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MEN RR

GFI

2340 SF 11' - 1"

VENDOR STORAGE

25

1082 SF

3' - 2 1/4"4' - 6" 3' - 6"

VENDOR STORAGE

205 SF

1

13' - 7"

VENDOR STORAGE

26

WAREHOUSE

2' - 2 1/4" 7' - 6"

VENDOR STORAGE

223 SF

EGRESS

289 SF

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VENDOR STORAGE

7' - 2 1/4"

VENDOR STORAGE

8' - 3 1/2"

4' - 10 1/4" TYP

VENDOR STORAGE 9' - 5 1/4" TYP

2

9' - 7 1/4"

UP

9' - 2 1/4" TYP

5' - 2 1/4"

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Data & Power Plan General Notes 1.

A professionally trained electrical engineer shall review the data & power plans. Drawings are only representational. Not for final construction. The interior designer shall be notified of any changes before construction.

2. 3.

Data & Power Legend Symbol

Description Floor Outlet-Duplex

Wall Outlet-Duplex R

GFI

Wall Outlet-Rage

Wall Outlet-GFI

Wall Outlet-Single

2

Switch-Double

Switch-Single

7' - 5 1/4" 1' - 9"

7' - 2 1/4" TYP

RETAIL

48

SECURITY & INFO

ENTRY VESTIBULE

47

45

7' - 1 1/4"

536 SF

25' - 8 1/4" TYP

322 SF

RETAIL

RETAIL

RETAIL

RETAIL

43

42

41

40

39

401 SF

433 SF

433 SF

422 SF

398 SF

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RETAIL

JANITORIAL

38 65GFISF

190 SF WOMEN RR

MEN RR

46

44

193 SF

200 SF

6' - 0"

10' - 7 3/4" 13' - 4 1/4"

11' - 0"

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4' - 6"

10' - 4 1/4"

9' - 1 3/4" TYP

GFI

RETAIL

33

8' - 6"

28

29

372 SF

330 SF

15' - 0"

6' - 9 1/4"

13' - 0"

RETAIL

7' - 9 1/4"

30 332 SF

13' - 6"

ENTRY VESTIBULE

31 3' - 9 1/4"

138 SF

FIRE ESCAPE STAIR

32

GFI

97 RSF

Partial Building Renovation for 7224 Euclid Avenue Cleveland, OH 44103

R

4' - 4 1/4" 7' - 0"

6' - 11 1/4"

EVENT 1

35

4' - 4 1/4" 256 7' - 0" SF 6' - 11 1/4"

10' - 7 1/2"

EVENT 2

36 10' - 7 1/2" 256 SF

MAIN EGRESS STIAR 2

RETAIL

34 RR GFIGFIGFI

MidTown Gateway

37 289 SF

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10' - 3 3/4"

RETAIL

9' - 4 1/2" TYP

1111 SF

2' - 10" 9' - 3 3/4"

751 SF

Partial Building Renovation for

CAFE STORAGE GFI

CAFE

27

7' - 6" TYP

7' - 10" TYP 3' - 9" TYP

17' - 11" TYP

8' - 11" TYP

10' - 11 3/4" TYP 3' - 3 1/2" TYP


Data & Power Plan General Notes 1. 2. 3.

A professionally trained electrical engineer shall review the data & power plans. Drawings are only representational. Not for final construction. The interior designer shall be notified of any changes before construction. Data & Power Legend Symbol

Description Floor Outlet-Duplex

Wall Outlet-Duplex R

GFI

Wall Outlet-Rage

Wall Outlet-GFI

Wall Outlet-Single

2

Switch-Double

Switch-Single

RETAIL

RETAIL

RETAIL

RETAIL

49

50

51

52

53

399 SF

432 SF

432 SF

425 SF

403 SF

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RETAIL

GFI

JANITORIAL

54 7' - 3 3/4" 5' - 10 3/4" 6' - 11"

7' - 2"

DN

9' - 11"

6' - 6 1/4"

87 SF

6' - 10"

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FAMILY RR

55 75 SF

COMMUNITY GARDEN

FAMILY RR

61

56

4528 SF

71 SF Partial Building Renovation for

GARDEN CHECK-IN

59

MidTown Gateway 58

GARDEN SUPPLY

60 102 SF

1268 SF

MAINDN EGRESS STAIR

57

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ROOFTOP LOUNGE

323 SF


Type Mark

CH1

E2020200

CH2

E2020200

CH3

E2020200

CH4

E2020200

CH5

E2020200

Assembly Description

Count

88 Furniture & 11 Accessorie s Furniture & 9 Accessorie s Furniture & 9 Accessorie s

Furniture & 6 Accessorie s

Furniture & 8 Accessorie s

CH6

E2020200

Furniture & 16 Accessorie s

CH7

E2020200

Furniture & 8 Accessorie s

CH8

E2020200

Furniture & 12 Accessorie s

CH9

E2020200

CH11

CH 3

25

E2020200

D1

D2

Furniture & 21 Accessorie s

15

E2020200

NIC

PL1

Furniture & 8 Accessorie s

Furniture & 2 Accessorie s

3

E2020200

Furniture & 12 Accessorie s

Family

Family and Type

Furniture Schedule Model

Manufactur er

Type

Upholstery Finish

Type Mark PL2

Climb

Climb: Single Out

CMB1B

NEVINS

Single Out

Climb

Climb: Double In

CMB2A

NEVINS

Double In

Assembly Code E2020200

Assembly Description

Count

Furniture & 1 Accessorie s

Haworth_O Haworth_O Haworth_O Haworth penest-Chi penest-Chi penest-Chi ck-Pouf ck-Pouf ck-Pouf: Without Backrest

Without Backrest

ST2 ST3

627 12

Haworth_F Haworth_F SFT-U0-7 ern_Chair_ ern_Chair_ Task (2): Task (2) SFT-U0-7 4D Arms Standard Base

SFT-U0-7 4D Arms Standard Base

ST4

35

ST5

16

Haworth

Haworth_C Haworth hair_VeryWire-Stacki ng Haworth_C Haworth hair_VeryWire-Stacki ng HCCL-WIN Haworth D-C

Haworth_C hair_VeryWire-Stacki ng Haworth_C hair_VeryWire-Stacki ng Haworth_W indowseat_ Chair

Haworth_C hair_VeryWire-Stacki ng: Stool Haworth_C hair_VeryWire-Stacki ng: Chair Haworth_W indowseat_ Chair: HCCL-WIN D-C - With Canopy

COACT MIDBACK LOUNGE CHAIR

F78041-M COACT MIDBACK LOUNGE CHAIR: Mid Back Lounge Chair - No Arms

OFS BRANDS

COACT HIGH BACK LOUNGE CHAIR: High Back Lounge Chair - No Arms

F78041-H

OFS BRANDS

Garden Easy Ottoman: Garden Easy Ottoman

Garden Easy Ottoman

COACT HIGH BACK LOUNGE CHAIR

Garden Easy Ottoman

Roshults

Stool

Mid Back Lounge Chair - No Arms

High Back Lounge Chair - No Arms

With Backrest

Check Out Counters

Check Out Counters

Check Out Counters: Check Out Counters Haworth_C Haworth_C HCPF-CEO Haworth EO_DeskW EO_DeskW W-WL ithCube (1) ithCube (1): HCPF-CEO W-WL With Modesty

HCPF-CEO W-WL With Modesty

Occasional _Table_-_T apered_Dru m_14691

Occasional _Table_-_T apered_Dru m_14691: Occasional _Table_-_T apered_Dru m_14691

Occasional _Table_-_T apered_Dru m_14691

Planters Rubic Straight

Planters - 8556-3628 NEVINS Rubic Straight: Freestandin g Straight Wall 36"x12"x28 "

Freestandin g Straight Wall 36"x12"x28 "

Model

Manufactur er

Planters - 8553-3636 NEVINS Rubic Corner: Center Corner Wall 36"36"x12" x36"

Type

Upholstery Finish

Center Corner Wall 36"36"x12" x36"

http://revitw AJ euro_pallet euro_pallet atch.com VARIATIO _14251 _14251: AJ N CENTER VARIATIO N CENTER display floor display floor display floor piece piece piece: display floor piece display display display blocks blocks blocks: display blocks TGO-18-W Haworth_C Haworth_C TGO-18-W Haworth RC - Disc ollaborate_ ollaborate_ RC Base - 18h Table_Rou Table_Rou nd: nd TGO-18-W RC - Disc Base - 18h

E2020200

Furniture & 2 Accessorie s

T2

E2020200

Furniture & 8 Accessorie s

Haworth_T orei_Table_ Rectangle (3)

Haworth_T HCCS-163 Haworth orei_Table_ 2-TAW Rectangle (3): HCCS-163 2-TAW - 9d 32w 16h

HCCS-163 2-TAW - 9d 32w 16h

T3

E2020200

Furniture & 8 Accessorie s

Haworth_T orei_Table_ Rectangle (3)

Haworth_T HCCS-124 Haworth orei_Table_ 7-TAW Rectangle (3): HCCS-124 7-TAW - 9d 47w 12h

HCCS-124 7-TAW - 9d 47w 12h

T4

E2020200

Furniture & 8 Accessorie s

Haworth_T orei_Table_ Rectangle (3)

Haworth_T HCCS-164 Haworth orei_Table_ 7-TAW Rectangle (3): HCCS-164 7-TAW - 9d 47w 16h

HCCS-164 7-TAW - 9d 47w 16h

T7

E2020200

Furniture & 2 Accessorie s

Pinnacle 2-Col T-Base Rectangle

RE3672AP NEVINS Pinnacle N2T01076 2-Col T-Base Rectangle: 36"x72"

36"x72"

Garden Easy Ottoman

Haworth_O Haworth_O Haworth_O Haworth penest-Chi penest-Chi penest-Chi ck-Pouf ck-Pouf ck-Pouf: With Backrest

Planters Rubic Corner

Family and Type

T1

Chair

HCCL-WIN Haworth _ D-C - With Fabric _ Divina _ Canopy Poppy

Family

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T8 T12

15 4

T-9

5

Bla Station_Siz e_Table_L9 01_70D_72 H

Bla Station_Siz e_Table_L9 01_70D_72 H: 720x700 mm

720x700 mm

T-10

2

Bla Station_Siz e_Table_L9 01_70x70_ 72H

Bla Station_Siz e_Table_L9 01_70x70_ 72H: 720x700 mm

720x700 mm

Garden Roshults Garden Garden Easy Table Easy Table Easy Table 50x50 50x50 50x50: Garden Easy Table 50x50

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ST3

ST3

ST3

ST3

ST3

ST3

VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR STORAGE ST1 STORAGE ST1 STORAGE ST1 STORAGE ST1

26

ST1

223 SF

25 205 SF

ST1

24

ST1

205 SF

23 205 SF

ST1

VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR STORAGE ST1 STORAGE ST1 STORAGE ST1 STORAGE ST1 STORAGE ST1 STORAGE ST1 STORAGE ST1 STORAGE ST1 STORAGE ST1

22

ST1

205 SF

21

20

ST1

205 SF

ST1

205 SF

19 205 SF

ST1

18

ST1

209 SF

17 199 SF

ST1

16

15

ST1

195 SF

1082 SF

ST3

ST3

CH6 T1 CH6

CH6 T1 CH6

MEN RR

ST3

ST3

ST3

ST3

MECH & TECH ROOM

GENERAL STORAGE

FURNITURE STORAGE

2

3

4

553 SF

553 SF

534 SF

Janitor

7

5

224 SF

CH5CH5CH5CH5CH5

CH6 CH6 T7 CH6 CH6

135 SF

UP

ST1

12

ST1

236 SF

11

WOMEN RR 8 229 SF

CH6 CH6 T7 CH6 CH6

7' - 0 1/4" 5' - 3 1/4" 7' - 3 3/4"

1 2340 SF

13 239 SF

711 SF

CH3 T8 CH3

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CH1 CH2

CH3 T8 CH3

CH1

CH2MAIN

CH3 5' - 9"

18' - 6 1/2"

6

ST1

195 SF

EGRESS

EGRESS WAREHOUSE

14

ST1

195 SF

VENDOR VENDOR STORAGEST1STORAGE ST1

7' - 8 3/4"

UP

8' - 9" TYP

T8 CH3

17' - 0"

8' - 9" TYP

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CH1

EGRESS STAIR

10

UP

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289 SF

EMPLOYEE BREAKROOM 9 999 SF

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ST2 ST2 ST2 ST2 ST2 ST2 ST2 ST2 ST2 RETAILT4T3 ST2 T2 ST2 ST2 43 ST2 ST2 D1 ST2 401 SF ST2 D1

ST2 ST2 ST2 ST2 ST2 ST2 ST2 ST2 ST2

ST4

ST2 ST2 ST2 ST2 ST2 ST2 ST2

ST5

RETAIL

42

ST2 ST2 ST2 ST2 ST2 ST2 ST2

?

433ST5 SF

ST2 ST2 ST2 ST2 ST2 ST2 ST2 ST2 ST2 RETAIL T4T3 ST2 ST2 T2 ST2 41 ST2 ST2 D1 ST2 433 SF ST2 D1 ST4

ST5

RETAIL

40

?

422ST5 SF

ST2 ST2 ST2 ST2 ST2 ST2 ST2 ST2 ST2 ST2 ST2 ST2 ST2 ST2 T4 T3 ST2 ST2 ST2 RETAIL T2 ST2 ST2 39 ST2 ST2 ST2 D1 ST2 398 SF ST2

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ST4

CH6 D2 CH4SECURITY

RETAIL D1 CH3CH3CH3

48

CH4 D2

ST4

536 SF

47

NIC NIC NIC

CH 3 CH 3 CH 3

& INFO

ST1 ST1 ST1 ST1 ST1 ST1

322 CH6 SF

CH4

ENTRY VESTIBULE

PL1

45

PL1

190 SF

WOMEN RR

CH4

44 200 SF PL1 PL1 PL1 PL1 PL1

1 I-400

33

27

CH 3 CH1 T-9 CH 3 CH2 CH 3 CH1 T-9 CH 3

ST2

751 SF

ST2 ST2 ST2 ?

ST4

?

ST2 ST2

ST2 ST2

RETAIL

ST2 ST2 ST2 ST2

28

ST4

ST4

ST4

ST2 ST2

372 SF

ST2 ST2 ST2 ST2 ST2 D1 ST2

ST2 ST2 ST5 RETAIL ST5 ST5 ST5 ST529

330 SF

D1

ST2

ST2 ST2

ST2 ST2 ST2 ST2 T2 T3 T4

D1

RETAIL

ST2

30

ST2 ST2

332 SF

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PL2

CAFE

ST4

RETAIL

ENTRY VESTIBULE

31 138 SF

FIRE ESCAPE STAIR

32

CH9 CH5 CH6T-10 CH9 CH5 CH9 CH6T-10 CH9 CH5

PL1 PL1 PL1 PL1

CAFE STORAGE

1111 SF

34

Partial Building Renovation for

97 SF

MidTown Gateway Partial Building Renovation for 7224 Euclid Avenue Cleveland, OH 44103

CH1 CH2 CH1 CH2 CH1 T-9 CH CH 3 3

T-9 CH CH 3 3

T-9 CH CH 3 3

CH9 T8 CH8CH8 T8 CH8CH8 T8CH8CH8T8 CH9 CH9 CH8CH8 CH8CH8 CH8CH8 CH9

EVENT 1

EVENT 2

35

36

256 SF

256 SF

MAIN EGRESS STIAR

37 289 SF

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PL1

46

D1

38 65 SF

MEN RR

193 SF T4 T3T2

?

JANITORIAL


ST2 ST2 ST2 ST2

49

ST5

ST2 ST2

ST2

D1

ST2 ST2

RETAILT4T3

ST2

? 50 ST5 SF 432

ST2

ST2 ST2

ST2 ST2

RETAIL

T4 T3 T2 ST2

399 SFD1

ST2

ST2 ST2

ST2 ST2

RETAIL

ST2

ST2

ST2

ST2 ST2 ST5

RETAIL

51

T2 ST2

52

D1 432 SF

ST2

425ST5 SF

D1

?

ST2 ST2

ST2

RETAIL

ST2 ST2

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ST2

53

T4 T3 T2

ST2

403 SFD1

ST4

JANITORIAL

CH2 CH1 CH2 CH1 CH2

7' - 0 1/4"

CH1

61 4528 SF

2' - 6 1/4"

3' - 11 3/4"

5' - 3"

CH2

CH 3 T8 CH 3

55 75 SF

CH 3 T8 CH 3

FAMILY RR CH7

CH CH 3 T8 3

T8

CH7

CH7

CH7

T8

CH11

59

CH11

323 SF CH4

CH11

60

T8

CH7

CH7

T8

CH11CH11 ? ? ?

71 SF

CH11CH11CH11

58 1268 SF

CH11 ?

56

CH7

Partial Building Renovation for

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ROOFTOP LOUNGE

T12 T12

102 SF

CH7

CH11CH11CH11T12CH11CH11CH11CH11

GARDEN CHECK-IN

CH4

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FAMILY RR

GARDEN SUPPLY CH11

?

?

?

?

?

?

CH11CH11CH11CH11 CH11CH11 CH11CH11T12 ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?

MAINDN EGRESS STAIR

57

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87 SF

DN

4' - 7"

COMMUNITY GARDEN

54

CH 3 T8 CH 3


Finish Plan General Notes 1. 2. 3.

Match flooring transitions with adjacent flooring patterns. Install all finishes per MFR installation instructions. All surfaces being painted are to be applied with a 3-coat system. 1 coat of primer, and 2-coats in finish paint.

Finish Legend Tile (T) T-1

Solid Surface (SS)

MFR: Ceramic Techniques LTD Style: New York Mosaic CO. Hexagon Color: Graphite Grout: Graphite

Luxury Vinyl Tile (LVT)

LVT-1

LVT-2

MFR: Interface Collection: Boundary Metallics Color: A00609 Layout: Custom MFR: Interface Collection: Studio Set Color: A00712 Layout: Custom

LVT-3

MFR: Interface Collection: Studio Set Color: A0071 Layout: Custom

LVT-4

MFR: Interface Collection: Studio Set Color: A0072 Layout: Custom

SS

MFR: Wilsonart Color: Arctic White

Wall Panels (WP) WP-1

MFR: Wilsonart Collection: Laminate Color: Timeworn Copper

WP-2

MFR: Decotone Collection: Metals Color: 7135 HC

WP-3

MFR: Nevins Collection: Versa Wall

WP-4

MFR: Visual Magnetics Collection: VM-Wall Color: Custom

Wood (W) W-1

MFR: Wilsonart Color: Plymouth Planked Chestnut

W-1

MFR: Haworth Surfaces Color: Black Stained Ash

Paint (P)

Textiles (TX)

P-1

MFR: Sherwin Williams Color: Rayo de Sol Finish: Eggshell

TX-1

MFR: Carnegie Collection: Maxwell Street Color: 6416-11

P-2

MFR: Sherwin Williams Color: Iron Ore Finish: Eggshell

TX-1

MFR: D.L. Couch Collection: Elle Color: Bluefin

P-3

MFR: Sherwim Williams Color: Pure White Finish: Eggshell

TX-1

MFR: D.L. Couch Collection: Metals Color: Copper

TX-1

MFR: Sunbrella Collection: Plain Color: Spectrum Carbon

Transitions (TS) TS-1

MFR: Schlage Color: Metallic Chamagne

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Rubber Base (RB) RB-1

1

UP 3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

MFR: Johnsonite Collection: Basic Color: White

3

3

3 3 1

4

2

6

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6 8

5 3

1

3 8

3

3

3

3

2

3 2

3 4

7

UP

Partial Building Renovation for 8

MidTown Gateway Partial Building Renovation for 7224 Euclid Avenue Cleveland, OH 44103

8

2

2

8

7

UP 7

1

13

LW Concrete on Metal Deck

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Finish Plan General Notes 1. 2. 3.

Match flooring transitions with adjacent flooring patterns. Install all finishes per MFR installation instructions. All surfaces being painted are to be applied with a 3-coat system. 1 coat of primer, and 2-coats in finish paint. Finish Legend Tile (T) T-1

Solid Surface (SS) MFR: Ceramic Techniques LTD Style: New York Mosaic CO. Hexagon Color: Graphite Grout: Graphite

Luxury Vinyl Tile (LVT) LVT-1

MFR: Interface Collection: Boundary Metallics Color: A00609 Layout: Custom

LVT-2

MFR: Interface Collection: Studio Set Color: A00712 Layout: Custom

LVT-3

MFR: Interface Collection: Studio Set Color: A0071 Layout: Custom

LVT-4

MFR: Interface Collection: Studio Set Color: A0072 Layout: Custom

SS

MFR: Wilsonart Color: Arctic White

Wall Panels (WP) WP-1

MFR: Wilsonart Collection: Laminate Color: Timeworn Copper

WP-2

MFR: Decotone Collection: Metals Color: 7135 HC

WP-3

MFR: Nevins Collection: Versa Wall

WP-4

MFR: Visual Magnetics Collection: VM-Wall Color: Custom

Wood (W) W-1

MFR: Wilsonart Color: Plymouth Planked Chestnut

W-1

MFR: Haworth Surfaces Color: Black Stained Ash

Paint (P)

12

12

12

12

12

Haworth Access Flooring 3

Textiles (TX)

P-1

MFR: Sherwin Williams Color: Rayo de Sol Finish: Eggshell

TX-1

MFR: Carnegie Collection: Maxwell Street Color: 6416-11

P-2

MFR: Sherwin Williams Color: Iron Ore Finish: Eggshell

TX-1

MFR: D.L. Couch Collection: Elle Color: Bluefin

P-3

MFR: Sherwim Williams Color: Pure White Finish: Eggshell

TX-1

MFR: D.L. Couch Collection: Metals Color: Copper

TX-1

MFR: Sunbrella Collection: Plain Color: Spectrum Carbon

Transitions (TS) TS-1

MFR: Schlage Color: Metallic Chamagne

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Rubber Base (RB) RB-1

11

35

35

35

35

30

9

39 Haworth Access Flooring 2

1

8' - 2"

3

1

3

1

2

2

2

ID Studio VI Community Engagement Senior Thesis MidTown Revitalization Design

2 2

2

MFR: Johnsonite Collection: Basic Color: White

1

1

2

3

11

2

2 3

11

2

13

Haworth Access Flooring 3

11

Haworth Access Flooring 5 13' - 7 1/4"

35

11

Haworth Access Flooring 2

1

35

11

2

8' - 4 1/4"

13

39 2

10' - 0"

Partial Building Renovation for

39

Haworth Access Flooring 4

2

3

3

3

3

0' - 7 1/2"

1

1

35

35

35

35

35

38

1

38 10

2

21' - 9 1/2" 13

13

3

1

10

38

38

1

Partial Building Renovation for 7224 Euclid Avenue Cleveland, OH 44103

Start of Haworth Acess Flooring.

8 8

Haworth Access Flooring 3

2

2

2

35

15' - 4" 2

8 8

MidTown Gateway

35

35

39

1

39

1

39

1

1

1

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2

12' - 0 1/2"

2

2

38

8

2

Haworth Access Flooring 2

38

6' - 5 3/4"

Haworth Access Flooring 4

Haworth Access Flooring 5


Finish Plan General Notes 1. 2. 3.

Match flooring transitions with adjacent flooring patterns. Install all finishes per MFR installation instructions. All surfaces being painted are to be applied with a 3-coat system. 1 coat of primer, and 2-coats in finish paint.

Finish Legend Tile (T) T-1

Solid Surface (SS) MFR: Ceramic Techniques LTD Style: New York Mosaic CO. Hexagon Color: Graphite Grout: Graphite

Luxury Vinyl Tile (LVT) LVT-1

MFR: Interface Collection: Boundary Metallics Color: A00609 Layout: Custom

LVT-2

MFR: Interface Collection: Studio Set Color: A00712 Layout: Custom

LVT-3

MFR: Interface Collection: Studio Set Color: A0071 Layout: Custom

LVT-4

MFR: Interface Collection: Studio Set Color: A0072 Layout: Custom

SS

MFR: Wilsonart Color: Arctic White

Wall Panels (WP) WP-1

MFR: Wilsonart Collection: Laminate Color: Timeworn Copper

WP-2

MFR: Decotone Collection: Metals Color: 7135 HC

WP-3

MFR: Nevins Collection: Versa Wall

WP-4

MFR: Visual Magnetics Collection: VM-Wall Color: Custom

Wood (W) W-1

MFR: Wilsonart Color: Plymouth Planked Chestnut

W-1

MFR: Haworth Surfaces Color: Black Stained Ash

Paint (P)

Haworth Access Flooring 3 12

12

12

12

Textiles (TX)

P-1

MFR: Sherwin Williams Color: Rayo de Sol Finish: Eggshell

TX-1

MFR: Carnegie Collection: Maxwell Street Color: 6416-11

P-2

MFR: Sherwin Williams Color: Iron Ore Finish: Eggshell

TX-1

MFR: D.L. Couch Collection: Elle Color: Bluefin

P-3

MFR: Sherwim Williams Color: Pure White Finish: Eggshell

TX-1

MFR: D.L. Couch Collection: Metals Color: Copper

TX-1

MFR: Sunbrella Collection: Plain Color: Spectrum Carbon

12

Transitions (TS) TS-1

MFR: Schlage Color: Metallic Chamagne

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Rubber Base (RB) RB-1

11 11

11

11

11

11

Haworth Access Flooring 2

1

MFR: Johnsonite Collection: Basic Color: White

1

1 2

Haworth Access Flooring 4

2

Haworth Access Flooring 5

ID Studio VI Community Engagement Senior Thesis MidTown Revitalization Design

Haworth Access Flooring 3

14

DN 2

14

12 14

Haworth Access Flooring 3

2 2

14

Partial Building Renovation for Haworth Access Flooring 2

7' - 0 1/4"

rooftop garden wood floor 3' - 11 3/4"

12

8

1

MidTown Gateway Partial Building Renovation for 7224 Euclid Avenue Cleveland, OH 44103

2

2' - 6 1/4"

8

9

5' - 3"

9

2

2 2

2

8

1

rooftop garden wood floor

DN

9

2 2 2

8

8

2

9 1

Level 2 Finish Plan 1" = 10'-0" PROGRESS SET NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION

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I-202 Scale

As indicated

5/14/2018 5:50:45 PM

1


Elevation General Notes

25' - 0 1/2"

Drop down ceiling Type A.

1.

All DIRTT Connext & sliding doors measurements TBD by DIRTT Champion

2.

All DIRTT components shall be delivered on site, and assembled on site.

3.

All Ceilings are the original exposed beam ceiling system with white acoustically treated paint unless noted otherwise

2' - 6"

1' - 6"

0' - 6"

4' - 7 1/2"

WP-3

1' - 0"

3' - 0"

1' - 6"

7' - 0"

Existing brick to remain.

1

Kent State Univeristy CAED Fourth Year ID Danielle Welch dwelch13@kent.edu https://issuu.com/daniellewelch8

1-a Breakroom Live-Wall 1/2" = 1'-0"

9' - 0"

3' - 10 1/2"

2' - 0"

1' - 0"

4' - 3 1/2"

2' - 6"

P-1

1' - 6"

7' - 2 3/4"

Partial Building Renovation for

2' - 4"

3' - 0"

1' - 0 3/4"

4' - 2 1/2"

ID Studio VI Community Engagement Senior Thesis MidTown Revitalization Design

MidTown Gateway Partial Building Renovation for 7224 Euclid Avenue Cleveland, OH 44103

2' - 2 1/2" 4' - 6"

2

3' - 10 1/2"

11' - 4 1/2"

1' - 11 1/4"

5' - 1 1/4"

1-b Breakroom Kitchenette 1/2" = 1'-0"

New luminaires.

9' - 2"

4' - 5"

0' - 6"

New glazing wall.

PROGRESS SET NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION

P-3

8' - 0"

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2' - 0"

8' - 1 1/4"

4' - 5 3/4"

2' - 2 1/4"

I-300

0' - 2 3/4"

3

1-c Breakroom Kitchenette and Glazing Wall 1/2" = 1'-0"

Scale

As indicated

5/14/2018 5:50:49 PM

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Elevation General Notes

16' - 0" 0' - 1 1/4" 1' - 2 1/2"

5' - 2 1/4"

5' - 4 1/4"

1.

All DIRTT Connext & sliding doors measurements TBD by DIRTT Champion

2.

All DIRTT components shall be delivered on site, and assembled on site.

3.

All Ceilings are the original exposed beam ceiling system with white acoustically treated paint unless noted otherwise

7' - 0 1/4"

0' - 2" 11' - 2 3/4"

4' - 3"

1' - 8"

1' - 8" 6' - 0"

2' - 6"

New vinyl signage.

6' - 0"

2' - 6"

DIRTT Connext Timber Framing System.

WP-2

P-1

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12' - 11 1/4"

2

2-b Wall Next to Reception Desk 1/2" = 1'-0"

1

16' - 0"

8' - 5 1/4"

7' - 0 1/4"

ID Studio VI Community Engagement Senior Thesis MidTown Revitalization Design

2-a Wall Behind Reception Desk 1/2" = 1'-0"

4' - 5 1/4"

7' - 11 1/2"

Partial Building Renovation for

MidTown Gateway 1' - 11"

Partial Building Renovation for 7224 Euclid Avenue Cleveland, OH 44103

LED Biowall lighting.

10' - 2"

WP-3

New Drop Down Ceiling Type A.

PROGRESS SET NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION

MidTown Gateway CLE MidTown-Health Tech

Interior Elevations

3-a Info & Security Live Wall 1/2" = 1'-0"

2018.00.007 Issue Date Author Checker

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I-301 Scale

As indicated

5/14/2018 5:50:52 PM

3


Elevation General Notes 12' - 9"

16' - 4 1/2"

13' - 2"

1.

All DIRTT Connext & sliding doors measurements TBD by DIRTT Champion

2.

All DIRTT components shall be delivered on site, and assembled on site.

3.

All Ceilings are the original exposed beam ceiling system with white acoustically treated paint unless noted otherwise

2 3' - 7 3/4"

I-400

P-3

P-3

7' - 10 1/4"

WP-1

New restroom wall decal. Final design TBD by interior designer.

New restroom wall decal. Final design TBD by interior designer.

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2' - 3"

1

4' - 4"

7' - 7"

4' - 5 1/2"

2' - 2 1/2"

4-a Main Entrance & Restrooms 1/2" = 1'-0"

17' - 0 1/2" 14' - 0 1/2"

3' - 0"

ID Studio VI Community Engagement Senior Thesis MidTown Revitalization Design Ceiling hung luminaire. 8' - 11 1/4"

P-2

Partial Building Renovation for Partial Building Renovation for 7224 Euclid Avenue Cleveland, OH 44103

5-a Level 1 Drinking Fountain Wall 1/4" = 1'-0"

1' - 3 3/4"

3' - 6 3/4"

13' - 9 1/2"

Custom ceiling hung luminaires.

PROGRESS SET NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION

Adjustable shelving.

CLE MidTown-Health Tech

1' - 2 1/4"

P-3

4' - 3 3/4"

1' - 1 1/4"

MidTown Gateway

T-1

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12' - 6"

3

6-a Cafe Wall 1 1/2" = 1'-0"

I-302 Scale

As indicated

5/14/2018 5:50:56 PM

2

MidTown Gateway

0' - 5"

2' - 8 3/4"

Restroom wayfinding. Final design TBD by interior designer.


Elevation General Notes

12' - 10"

3' - 0 1/4"

5' - 5 3/4"

3' - 0 1/4"

1' - 3"

1.

All DIRTT Connext & sliding doors measurements TBD by DIRTT Champion

2.

All DIRTT components shall be delivered on site, and assembled on site.

3.

All Ceilings are the original exposed beam ceiling system with white acoustically treated paint unless noted otherwise

3' - 7 1/4"

5' - 9 1/2"

P-3

Adjustable shelving.

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3' - 2"

T-1

1' - 0"

4' - 3 1/4"

1' - 1 3/4" 1' - 1 3/4"

Custom ceiling hung luminaires.

0' - 9 1/2"

1

1' - 6"

1' - 0"

6-b Cafe Wall 2 1/2" = 1'-0"

13' - 7"

Partial Building Renovation for

MidTown Gateway 2' - 0"

Partial Building Renovation for 7224 Euclid Avenue Cleveland, OH 44103

3' - 0 1/4"

4' - 0 1/4"

6-c Cafe Wall 3 1/2" = 1'-0"

2' - 8"

3' - 9"

11' - 3"

4' - 0"

3' - 8"

0' - 1"

4' - 0 1/2"

PROGRESS SET NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION

OLED cafe menu boards. Prep walls for proper support.

MidTown Gateway

3' - 2"

0' - 1"

2

4' - 0 1/2"

CLE MidTown-Health Tech 0' - 2" 0' - 2"

Interior Elevations

6' - 2" 0' - 2"

2' - 2"

Date Drawn by Checked by

I-303

21' - 2"

4

7-a Cafe Signage Wall 1/2" = 1'-0"

2018.00.007 Issue Date Author Checker

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3

6-d 1/4" = 1'-0"

Scale

As indicated

5/14/2018 5:51:00 PM

2' - 10 1/2"

3' - 11 1/4"

3' - 0 1/4"

1' - 3 3/4" 1' - 1 3/4" 1' - 1 3/4"

5' - 2"

3' - 6 3/4"

ID Studio VI Community Engagement Senior Thesis MidTown Revitalization Design


15' - 11"

4' - 3 1/2"

4' - 8 1/4"

Elevation General Notes 1.

All DIRTT Connext & sliding doors measurements TBD by DIRTT Champion

2.

All DIRTT components shall be delivered on site, and assembled on site.

3.

All Ceilings are the original exposed beam ceiling system with white acoustically treated paint unless noted otherwise

Custom luminaires.

6' - 2 3/4"

P-1

Kent State Univeristy CAED Fourth Year ID Danielle Welch dwelch13@kent.edu https://issuu.com/daniellewelch8

New automatic sliding door.

1

8-a Community Garden Check-in Wall 1 1/2" = 1'-0"

3' - 10 3/4"

16' - 2 1/4"

P-3

7' - 0"

ID Studio VI Community Engagement Senior Thesis MidTown Revitalization Design

Partial Building Renovation for

MidTown Gateway Partial Building Renovation for 7224 Euclid Avenue Cleveland, OH 44103

2

8-b Community Garden Check-In Wall 2 1/2" = 1'-0" 1' - 9 1/2"

17' - 11"

WP-1

PROGRESS SET NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION

MidTown Gateway CLE MidTown-Health Tech

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Drawn by Checked by 5' - 3 1/2"

3

8-c Community Garden Check-In Wall 3 1/2" = 1'-0"

I-304

10' - 2 1/2"

Scale

As indicated

5/14/2018 5:51:05 PM

3' - 0"

Interior Elevations


Elevation General Notes 1.

All DIRTT Connext & sliding doors measurements TBD by DIRTT Champion

2.

All DIRTT components shall be delivered on site, and assembled on site.

3.

All Ceilings are the original exposed beam ceiling system with white acoustically treated paint unless noted otherwise

P-3 Custom luminaires.

Kent State Univeristy CAED Fourth Year ID Danielle Welch dwelch13@kent.edu https://issuu.com/daniellewelch8

1' - 0"

New automatic sliding door.

3' - 9 1/4"

1

6' - 11 1/4"

8-d Community Garden Check-In Wall 4 1/2" = 1'-0"

ID Studio VI Community Engagement Senior Thesis MidTown Revitalization Design

2' - 2 3/4"

6' - 0"

6' - 0"

6' - 0"

5' - 10"

Partial Building Renovation for

MidTown Gateway Partial Building Renovation for 7224 Euclid Avenue Cleveland, OH 44103

Custom ceiling hung luminaire.

Custom pendant luminaires.

Height adjustable pendant lighting.

PROGRESS SET NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION New glazing.

MidTown Gateway CLE MidTown-Health Tech

2

9-a Community Garden Window Seating 1/2" = 1'-0"

2018.00.007 Issue Date Author Checker

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I-305 Scale

As indicated

5/14/2018 5:51:09 PM

Interior Elevations


Elevation General Notes 1.

All DIRTT Connext & sliding doors measurements TBD by DIRTT Champion

2.

All DIRTT components shall be delivered on site, and assembled on site.

3.

All Ceilings are the original exposed beam ceiling system with white acoustically treated paint unless noted otherwise

Kent State Univeristy CAED Fourth Year ID Danielle Welch dwelch13@kent.edu https://issuu.com/daniellewelch8

1

9-b Lounge Window Seating Part 1 1/2" = 1'-0" ID Studio VI Community Engagement Senior Thesis MidTown Revitalization Design 4' - 8 1/2"

15' - 1 1/2"

Partial Building Renovation for

MidTown Gateway Partial Building Renovation for 7224 Euclid Avenue Cleveland, OH 44103

3' - 9"

WP-1

New vinyl signage. 15' - 1 3/4"

1' - 6 1/4"

1' - 2"

1' - 3 1/2"

6' - 8 1/2"

PROGRESS SET NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION

1' - 0"

MidTown Gateway CLE MidTown-Health Tech

9-b Lounge Window Seating Part 2 1/2" = 1'-0"

2018.00.007 Issue Date Author Checker

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I-306 Scale

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5/14/2018 5:51:11 PM

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Detail Drawing General Notes 1. 2. 3.

Match flooring transitions with adjacent flooring patterns. Install all finishes per MFR installation instructions. All surfaces being painted are to be applied with a 3-coat system. 1 coat of primer, and 2-coats in finish paint.

Finish Legend Tile (T) T-1

Solid Surface (SS) MFR: Ceramic Techniques LTD Style: New York Mosaic CO. Hexagon Color: Graphite Grout: Graphite

Luxury Vinyl Tile (LVT) LVT-1

LVT-2

0' - 2"

4' - 2"

MFR: Interface Collection: Boundary Metallics Color: A00609 Layout: Custom MFR: Interface Collection: Studio Set Color: A00712 Layout: Custom

LVT-3

MFR: Interface Collection: Studio Set Color: A0071 Layout: Custom

LVT-4

MFR: Interface Collection: Studio Set Color: A0072 Layout: Custom

SS

MFR: Wilsonart Color: Arctic White

Wall Panels (WP) WP-1

MFR: Wilsonart Collection: Laminate Color: Timeworn Copper

WP-2

MFR: Decotone Collection: Metals Color: 7135 HC

WP-3

MFR: Nevins Collection: Versa Wall

WP-4

MFR: Visual Magnetics Collection: VM-Wall Color: Custom

1' - 6"

Wood (W) W-1

MFR: Wilsonart Color: Plymouth Planked Chestnut

W-1

MFR: Haworth Surfaces Color: Black Stained Ash

Paint (P)

4' - 5 1/4"

0' - 2"

Textiles (TX)

P-1

MFR: Sherwin Williams Color: Rayo de Sol Finish: Eggshell

TX-1

MFR: Carnegie Collection: Maxwell Street Color: 6416-11

P-2

MFR: Sherwin Williams Color: Iron Ore Finish: Eggshell

TX-1

MFR: D.L. Couch Collection: Elle Color: Bluefin

P-3

MFR: Sherwim Williams Color: Pure White Finish: Eggshell

TX-1

MFR: D.L. Couch Collection: Metals Color: Copper

TX-1

MFR: Sunbrella Collection: Plain Color: Spectrum Carbon

Transitions (TS) TS-1

MFR: Schlage Color: Metallic Chamagne

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1' - 5 3/4"

Rubber Base (RB)

1 4

Kiosk 3-Dimensional Drawing

RB-1

MFR: Johnsonite Collection: Basic Color: White

Kiosk Plan View 1/2" = 1'-0"

ID Studio VI Community Engagement Senior Thesis MidTown Revitalization Design

Partial Building Renovation for

MidTown Gateway Partial Building Renovation for 7224 Euclid Avenue Cleveland, OH 44103

3' - 0"

Exterior W-1

Interior WP-2

68 .00 °

1' - 6" 0' - 2" 11 2.0 0°

1' - 1 1/4"

Shelving material shall be glass.

5' - 11 1/4"

6' - 5 1/4"

0' - 2"

PROGRESS SET NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION

MidTown Gateway CLE MidTown-Health Tech

3

Kiosk Section 1 1/2" = 1'-0"

2

Detail Drawing

Kiosk Section 2 1/2" = 1'-0"

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I-400 Scale

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5/14/2018 5:51:13 PM

0' - 6" 1' - 1"

1' - 3"

1' - 3"

1' - 3"

Interior vertical material WP-1


SENIOR THESIS

LIFE & VITALITY

INTERIOR DESIGN VI Community Engagement

Danielle Welch 05/07/2018

Senior Thesis  

This publication contains the complete package of the Kent State Interior Design Fourth Year Senior Thesis of Danielle Welch. This document...

Senior Thesis  

This publication contains the complete package of the Kent State Interior Design Fourth Year Senior Thesis of Danielle Welch. This document...

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