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JOHN BALLENTINE INTERIOR DESIGN PORTFOLIO


CONTENTS 001

002 003 004 005 006 007 008 009 010 011 012

ADAPTIVE REUSE URBAN NEXUS COMMUNITY CENTER BUSINESS INCUBATOR UNSOLICITED CAMPUS DESIGN CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS EXHIBIT + PRODUCT DESIGN FURNITURE DESIGN + CONSTRUCTION GRAPHIC DESIGN DRAWINGS + SKETCHES PHOTOGRAPHY PAINTINGS


“DESIGN IS A PLAN FOR ARRANGING ELEMENTS IN SUCH A WAY AS BEST TO ACCOMPLISH A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.” — CHARLES EAMES


001

Cherokee Hotel

ADAPTIVE REUSE

Cleveland, TN Fall 2014 Professor Robinson Collaborative Project: Jenna Chambers Morgan King

As part of The University of Tennessee’s “Smart Communities Initiative,” this project challenged us to develop a design that would rehabilitate an historic hotel in a way that it would contribute to the revitalization of downtown Cleveland, TN. The primary challenge of this project was to ensure that we designed the space to overcome the issues associated with multiple level changes.

New South Entry Perspective


Existing Condition: North East Corner

Site Plan

Original Conditions


ADAPTIVE REUSE

001

05 - Guest Rooms 05 05 05 04 - Bar + Library 05 05 04

04

03

03 - Lobby

02

02 01

02 - Restaurant + Retail

Section Perspective

01 - Basement


Longitudinal Section

Transverse Section


001

ADAPTIVE REUSE

Section Elevation: New MainEntry


Main Lobby Plan

Mezzanine Plan

New Main Lobby Addition

Mezzanine Bar


002

Urban Nexus

URBAN NEXUS

Knoxville, TN Spring 2015 Professors Mullikin + Stevens Collaborative Project: Liz Carter

Tucked beneath a bridge on the edge of downtown Knoxville, Tennessee, our site is situated at a point of convergence between river, rail, auto, and pedestrian traffic. The space is steep and lacks landscaping or thoughtful design of the space. In conceptualizing how this location might inform the design of a 21st century library, we came to discover a modern library is no longer a space solely used as a book repository. It is now primarily a hub of civic activity where people come to congregate, interact, and learn. An urban nexus.

Axon_Site Access


Section Perspective_Lofted Study

Diagram_Transformation


002

URBAN NEXUS

6

LOFTED SMALL GROUP STUDY_SHARE

5

STACKS_COMPILE

4

HEADS DOWN_STUDY

3

OFFICES + STORAGE_SUPPORT

2

CLASSROOMS + COMPUTER LAB_INTERACT

1

GALLERY + CAFE_SOCIALIZE

Interior Perspective_The Nexus


Perspective 1_West Site Access

Proposed_Coreten Steel Stair + Coffee Bar

Perspective 2_West Facade


COMMUNITY CENTER

003

Community Center Knoxville, TN 5,000 SF Spring 2014 Professor Teston Collaborative Design Charrette: Kristin Bowman Juliet Harlow Coleen O’Leary

S.E.E.E.D provides young adults a pathway out of poverty by providing education + training so that they can compete for and secure jobs in the new green economy.

Plan Describing Furniture Layout

This one-week charrette was focused on providing the client with options for updating their current space in an environmentally responsible way.

Reclaimed Wood Wall

Reclaimed Wood Cloud

Reclaimed Wood Planter


remove linoleum tile + polish concrete

install double-paned windows

insulate & install drywall on exterior walls

low-voc paint throughout

Low VOC Paint

Recycled Glass Mosaic

Reclaimed Wood

build + install pallet wood planters

remove interior wall + increase daylighting

insulate + install pallet wood wall

build + install pallet wood light screen

Diagram of Sustainable Features

Carpet Tiles


COMMUNITY CENTER

003

View of Learning Center + Kitchen

View 2 of Learning Center + Kitchen

Section Elevation of Kitchen


View of Entry + Lounge Area


004

BUSINESS INCUBATOR

Business Incubator Austin, TX 8,000 SF Fall 2013 Professor Mullikin In this space, folding planes are manipulated to promote collaboration and to support the needs of an innovative workplace by incorporating the Gestalt principles of similarity, continuation, closure and proximity in order to visually define and organize space into different programmatic areas.

Folding Planes Concept Model

Folding Planes Concept Sketch

Furniture Plan


Program Area Diagram

Lighting Study Section Sketch

Elevation of Cafe


004

BUSINESS INCUBATOR

Folding Planes Defining Program


View of Central Work Area


UNSOLICITED CAMPUS DESIGN

005

Tree House Cafe

“Design is frequently

Spring 2015

couched in terms of

MAX_Min Competition

is required, and what is

what is necessary, what asked for, requested, or

Collaborative Project: Emma Gill Kris Kirk Jennifer Nicklas Ewelina Barbach Haven Bush Levi Roy Tayler Schilling

solicited from a client or user group.” This 3-day charrette challenged us to think about the nature of addition and asked us to consider how we would “reterritorialize the blind spots” in an existing parking structure. Our solution was to design a lofted coffee shop + Site Context

Longitudinal Section

lounge.


Plan Showing Flexible Interior Space

Southwest Perspective View


CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS

006 CODE ANALYSIS

I.

AUTHORITIES A. City of Knoxville Fire Inspection Bureau B. City of Knoxville Plans, Reviews & Inspections Bureau

II.

APPLICABLE BUILDING CODES A. BUILDING/DWELLING CODE B. PLUMBING CODE C. MECHANICAL CODE D. ELECTRICAL CODE E. FIRE CODE F. GAS CODE G. ENERGY CODE H. LIFE SAFETY CODE I. AMERICANS W/ DISABILITY ACT

IV.

V.

BUILDING FEATURES A. TYPE OF CONSTRUCTION B. BUILDING HEIGHT C. NO. OF STORIES D. BUILDING AREA E. NO. OF EXITS PER FLOOR

OCCUPANT LOAD

D.

FIXTURE REQUIREMENTS 1. WATER CLOSETS 2. LAVATORIES 3. DRINKING FOUNTAINS

BUSINESS, GROUP B 3RD FLOOR 10,396 SQ. FT. 4TH FLOOR 3,775 SQ. FT 3RD FLOOR 1 PERSON / 100 S.F. = 103 PERSONS 4TH FLOOR 1 PERSON / 100 S.F. = 37 PERSONS 1/50 (3 REQ’D) 1/40 (4 REQ’D) 1/100 (2 REQ’D)

MEANS OF EGRESS REQUIREMENTS A. MAXIMUM TRAVEL DISTANCE TO EXIT B. MAXIMUM DEAD END CORRIDOR C. COMMON PATH OF TRAVEL D. MAXIMUM EXIT SEPARATION E. F. G. H.

VI

TYPE II B, UNPROTECTED, SPRINKLED N/A 6 91,426 sf 2

OCCUPANCY INFORMATION A. CLASSIFICATION B. CONSTRUCTION AREAS C.

MAXIMUM DIAGONAL DISTANCE MINIMUM CORRIDOR WIDTH (per code) MINIMUM QTY OF EXITS FROM SUITE MINIMUM EGRESS WIDTH 1. 3RD FLOOR 2. 4TH FLOOR 3. STAIRS

300’ (SPRINKLED) 50’ (SPRINKLED) 100’ (SPRINKLED) 58’ (SPRINKLED) (175’ X 0.3) 1/3 DIAGONAL OF SPACE 175' 44" 2 @ 3RD FLOOR (> 49 OCCUPANTS) 1 @ 4TH FLOOR (< 49 OCCUPANTS)

EXIT ACCESS + OTHER SPACES

VII. FIRE PROTECTION REQUIREMENTS A. FIRE EXTINGUISHER REQUIREMENTS B. MAX TRAVEL DISTANCE TO EXTINGUISHER C. MANUAL FIRE ALARM BOXES

General Project Information 3rd Floor Construction Plan 3rd Floor Dimension Plan 4th Floor Construction Plan 4th Floor Dimension Plan 3rd Floor Reflected Ceiling Plan 4th Floor Reflected Ceiling Plan 3rd Floor Finish Plan 4th Floor Finish Plan 3rd Floor Power + Communication Plan 4th Floor Power + Communication Plan 3rd Floor Furniture Plan 4th Floor Furniture Plan Elevations Elevations Sections Partition Types Partition Types Millwork Details Millwork Details Ceiling Details Ceiling Details Stair Sections + Details Stair Sections + Details Door Elevations 3rd Floor Life Safety 4th Floor Life Safety

SEC 1003 SEC 1018.4 SEC 1014.3

Current Revision

Current Revision Date

SEC 1015.2.1

SIM

04/07/14 04/02/14 04/02/14 04/02/14 04/02/14 04/02/14 04/02/14 04/02/14 04/02/14 04/02/14 04/02/14 04/02/14 04/02/14 04/02/14 04/14/14 04/02/14 04/02/14 04/14/14 04/14/14 04/02/14 04/02/14 04/17/14 04/02/14 04/17/14 04/02/14 04/02/14 04/02/14

PROJECT AREA: 14,171 SF THE PROJECT CONSISTS OF DEMOLITION OF EISTING WALLS, EXISTING POWER + COMMUNICATIONS FIXTURES, EXISTING PLUMBING AND EXISTING FLOORING NEW CONSTRUCTION INCLUDES NEW PARTITIONS, REWORKED CEILING GRID + TILE, NEW POWER + COMMUNICATIONS FIXTURES, NEW PLUMBING FOR LAVATORIES AND TOILETS, NEW FINISHES SUCH AS TERRAZZO, CARPET, PAINT AND WALLCOVERING. NEW MILLWORK WILL ALSO BE INSTALLED.

1 A101

SIM

Chicago, IL Knoxville, TN

TENNESSEE ORTHOPEDIC CLINIC 625 South Gay Street, Suite 300 Knoxville, TN 37902

Consultant Address Address Phone Fax e-mail Consultant Address Address Phone Fax e-mail Consultant Address Address Phone Fax e-mail

1 Ref

Consultant Address Address Phone Fax e-mail

ELEVATION INDICATOR: ELEV # / SHEET # Name

IBC TABLE 803.3 (SPRINKLED) TABLE 803.3 CLASS B, FLAME SPREAD INDEX 26-75; SEC 803.1.1 SMOKE DEVELOPED INDEX 0-450 CLASS C, FLAME SPREAD INDEX 76-200; SMOKE DEVELOPED INDEX 0-450 2013 NFPA 13, 70 & 72

Elevation

Room name

ELEVATION HEIGHT INDICATOR ROOM TAG

1i

WALL TYPE SYMBOL

1

DOOR TYPE SYMBOL No.

75' 5' MAX DISTANCE FROM EACH EXIT

2

A8.01 Cast Room 3 Typical

3rd rn Ba

REFRIGERATOR REQUIRED REVISION/REVISED ROOM

HDW

HARDWARE

INT

INTERIOR

JAN JUNC

JANITOR JUNCTION

LAB LAM LAV

LABORATORY LAMINATED LAVATORY

MAX MECH

MAXIMUM MECHANICAL

SAN SCHED SEC SF SIM SPECS SQ SS STD STOR SW

SANITARY SCHEDULE SECRETARY SQUARE FOOT SIMILAR SPECIFICATIONS SQUARE STAINLESS STEEL STANDARD STORAGE SWITCH

MEZZ MFR MGR MISC MIN

MEZZANINE MANUFACTURER MANAGER MISCELLANEOUS MINIMUM

UON

UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED

NIC NTS NOM

NOT IN CONTRACT NOT TO SCALE NOMINAL

VCT VENT VERT VWC VEST

VINYL COMPOSITION TILE VENTILATION VERTICAL VINYL WALLCOVERING VESTIBULE

OC OPNG OPP PL/PLAM PLYWD

ON CENTER OPENING OPPOSITE PLASTIC LAMINATE PLYWOOD

W/ WC WD WKS W/O

WITH WALLCOVERING WOOD WORKSTATION WITHOUT

TV TYP

3

QUANTITY

REF/REFRIG REQ REV RM

UP A8.01

DN

4

3rd Flo Door or Le ad

PAINT

QTY

UP DN

A8.01

A8.01 2

D 3

3 3rd Floor Entry Door

A8.01 PT Therapist 1 Counter

TELEVISION TYPICAL

A6.01A

5 4

A6.01A

Reception ReElevatioin ception EleBack vat Front ion -

ELEVATION ELEVATOR EQUAL EQUIPMENT EXISTING

PT

GAUGE GALVANIZED GYPSUM WALL BOARD GYPSUM BOARD

D

EL ELEV EQ EQUIP EXST

FIRE EXTINGUISHER FLOOR FURNITURE

GA GALV GWB GYP BD

5 4th Floor Entry Door

1 3rd + 4th Single Glass Curtain Door

5

42" x Fram 84" 6 Doon ed Gl ass tior sta A6.01A ork W A8.01 T 2 P

A6.01A

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2

3

Tennessee Orthopedic Clinic

A6.01A -

Drawing Title:

General Project Information

Typical Mounting 2 Heights

2

DIAMETER DIMENSION DOWN DOOR DETAIL DRAWING

3

DIA DIM DN DR DTL/DET DWG

FE FL FURN

A6.01A

or Do

CARPET CABINET CENTERLINE CEILING CEILING HEIGHT CLEAR CONFERENCE CONTINUOUS CORRIDOR

Date

3

BUILDING BOTTOM

CPT CAB CL CLG CLGHT CLR CONF CONT CORR

Description

2 3

2

BLDG BOT

Denver, CO Portland, OR

www.mitchell+ballentinedesign.com

ENLARGED PLAN DETAIL: DWG # / SHEET #

ABBREVIATIONS AIR CONDITIONER ADJACENT ADMINISTRATION ABOVE FINISHED FLOOR ALTERNATE ALUMINUM APPROXIMATE ARCHITECTURAL AVERAGE

Mitchell + Ballentine Design 1715 Volunteer Blvd, Suite 401 Knoxville, TN 37916 Phone: 760.668.3588 Fax: 760.668.6800 jballent@utk.edu lmitch16@utk.edu

SECTION INDICATOR: DWG # / SHEET #

A101

SEC 1018.2 SEC 1019.2 SEC 1019.2

TN ACCESSIBILITY CODE, SECTION 68-120-204(a)(1) VIII. ADA ACCESSIBILITY A. TURNING RADIUS 5' B. MINIMUM UNBOSTRUCTED CLEARANCE: 18" (PULL SIDE) + 12" (PUSH SIDE) C. RESTROOM ACCESS AND CLEARANCE AFF PER APPLICABLE PROVISIONS: DISPENSERS @ 48"; GRAB BARS @ 33"-36"; TOILETS @ 17"-19"; LAVATORIES @ 34"; COUNTERS @ 34" D. CLEARANCES: KNEE @ 27"; TOE @ 6" E. GRAB BARS: DIAMETER - 1 1/4"-2" DIAMETER, 42" LENGTH MIN, 1 @ 36" MINIMUM (BEHIND TOILET)

A/C ADJ ADMIN AFF ALT ALUM APPROX ARCH AVS

PROJECT SCOPE SUMMARY

ARCHITECTURAL SYMBOLS 1

1 PERSON/100 S.F. = 103 PERSONS 1 PERSON/100 S.F. = 37 PERSONS

INTERIOR FINISH CERTIFICATES A. FINISH REQ. BASED UPON OCC. B. EXITS C.

A0.00 A1.03A A1.03B A1.04A A1.04B A2.03 A2.04 A3.03 A3.04 A4.03 A4.04 A5.03 A5.04 A6.01A A6.01B A6.10 A7.01A A7.01B A7.10A A7.10B A7.20 A7.20B A7.30 A7.30B A8.01 LS1.03 LS1.04

2012 INTERNATIONAL EXISTING BUILDING CODE 2012 EDITION OF THE INTERNATIONAL PLUMBING CODE 2012 EDITION OF THE INTERNATIONAL MECHANICAL CODE 2008 EDITION OF THE NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE 2012 INTERNATIONAL FIRE CODE WITH LOCAL AMENDMENTS 2012 ED OF THE INTERNATIONAL FUEL GAS CODE 2012 INTERNATIONAL ENERGY CONSERVATION CODE 2006 LIFE SAFETY CODE (NFPA 101)

PROJECT DESCRIPTION

Sheet Issue Date

Sheet Name

Reception Elevatioin Back

III.

INDEX OF DRAWINGS Sheet Number

865-595-4480 865-215-3939

Project number DN

UP

A4.04

Date Drawn by Checked by

1

003 - Level 3 KEY PLAN 1/16" = 1'-0"

2

004 - Level 4 KEY PLAN 1/16" = 1'-0"

TOC-001-2014 Issue Date John Ballentine Checker

A0.00 Scale

As indicated

Project Information


Mitchell + Ballentine Design 1715 Volunteer Blvd, Suite 401 Knoxville, TN 37916 Phone: 760.668.3588 Fax: 760.668.6800 jballent@utk.edu lmitch16@utk.edu Chicago, IL Knoxville, TN

Denver, CO Portland, OR

www.mitchell+ballentinedesign.com

TENNESSEE ORTHOPEDIC CLINIC

DN

DN

Type Mark

Count

C1

203 4

C2

2

C3

12

C4

11

C5

2

C6

2

C7

1

C8 C9

2 46

FS1 FS2 FS3

5 3 12

FS4

6

FS5

3

FS6

1

FS7

1

FS8

C1

T1

Entry C1

C2

C2 T2

C1 C8

C8 C9

C9

C9

C9

Site Dir

FS16

C9

FS13

C3

C3

FS4 FS16

C3 FS16

FS4

C9

C6 FS10 FS12 FS11 FS11

Switch C6

C9

C9

FS4 C3

C9

FS3

FS6

Sched.

C3 FS3

Coordinators

C9 FS7 FS9

Rest.

FS8

Physicians

Copy

FS10 C5

T4 C4 T4

FS3 C3

Breakroom C4

C4

C4

DN

C4

C4 T4

T3

C4

C4

C4

FS3

004 - Level 4 Furniture Plan 1/8" = 1'-0"

FS2

FS4

FS3 C3

1

FS9

1

FS10

2

FS11

2

FS12

2

FS13

1

FS14

1

FS15

2

FS16

6

T1

1

T2

1

T3

2

T4

3

T5

1

T6

1

FS4 C3 FS3 FS1

FS2 FS5

C4

WEST CHURCH STREET 1

FS1

FS16 FS16 C3

T3

C4 C5

FS3 FS3

FS1

FS1

FS16

C7

FS12 FS15

C3

C3

C9 FS15

C3

FS3 FS3

Conf

T5

FS3

FS4

T6

C9

FS14

FS2

FS1

FS3

Closet

SOUTH GAY STREET

C1

Manufacturer

Furniture Schedule Family and Type

Steelcase Turnstone - Jenny - Seating - Lounge Chair - Round: Single Fabric Steelcase Coalesse - Bob - Seating - Lounge Chair: Swivel Base, Adjustable Headrest Steelcase Steelcase - Seating - Leap 462 Series - Work Chair: Arm Steelcase Steelcase - Seating - Move 490 Series - Chair: Plastic Back Arm - Caster Steelcase Steelcase Turnstone - Campfire - Lounge: Big Single Fabric Steelcase Steelcase - Seating - Think 465 Series - Chair Arm1: Standard Upholstery COALESSE Steelcase Coalesse - Bindu - High Back Executive Chair: Fabric - Polished Base Steelcase Steelcase Coalesse - Bob Chair: Swivel Base Herman Miller, HermanMiller_Seating_Aeron_WorkChair: Arms No Inc. Back Support - Graphite Base/Graphite Frame Steelcase Steelcase - C Scape - Tower: Left Steelcase Steelcase - C Scape - Tower: Right Steelcase Steelcase - C Scape - Low Storage - 1.5 High - 17'' x 42'' x 24'': Drawer / Drawer - Connect Zone Steelcase Steelcase - FrameOne - Dual Sided Extensions: 30" x 84" - End Steelcase Steelcase - C Scape - Mid Storage - Shared Slim: 24" x 78" x 07" Steelcase Steelcase - Universal Storage - Over the Case Bin Sliding Door: For Answer and Kick - 36'' W Steelcase Steelcase - Answer Solution - Universal Personal Shelf: 36'' Steelcase Steelcase - Universal Systems Worksurface Straight - Full Depth - 3mm Edge2: 24'' x 72'' - Cable Scallop Steelcase Steelcase - Universal Storage - Tower - Open Side Proud Steel: Right - 47 1/2'' H x 24'' D Steelcase Steelcase - Universal Systems Worksurface Straight - Full Depth - 3mm Edge: 30'' x 72'' - Cable Scallop Steelcase Steelcase - Universal Storage - Lateral File - 1.5 High - Proud Steel: Drawer/Drawer - 18 7/8" D x 42" W Steelcase Steelcase - Universal Storage - Lateral File - 1.5 High - Proud Steel: Open/Open - 18 7/8" D x 36" W Steelcase Steelcase Coalesse - Denizen - Secretary - 42'' H: Left Leg Steelcase Steelcase Coalesse - Denizen - Storage - Open Bench - Shelf and Drawer: Right Steelcase Steelcase - C Scape - Screen - Fix - 19'' H: 48" W Personal Above Desk Steelcase Steelcase - FrameOne - Centered Screen: 19"H x 60"W Steelcase Steelcase - Groupwork - Table - Top - Round: 1 1/8'' Thick x 30'' Dia - LPL Steelcase Steelcase Coalesse - Holy Day - Table - Round: Glass Top Steelcase Steelcase Coalesse - Enea Lottus - Table - Square: Conference - 36" W Steelcase Steelcase - Avenir - 8500 Series - Table - Square: 30'' D x 30'' W Steelcase Steelcase Coalesse - Denizen - Oval Table: Touch Latch Power Access - 29'' H Steelcase Steelcase Coalesse - E-Table - Trapezoid 8FT Aluminum: 10'

Style Number(s)

Steelcase

TS31409

Steelcase

216

625 South Gay Street, Suite 300 Knoxville, TN 37902

Comments

Consultant Address Address Phone Fax e-mail

46216179

Consultant Address Address Phone Fax e-mail

490412C TS3BC

Consultant Address Address Phone Fax e-mail

46540100

231 Consultant Address Address Phone Fax e-mail

CQTW172448L CQTW172448R CQLS174224 FMEDS3084 CQMS247807S

No.

RBB36QTAK

Description

WS2472 RQS242448RAP WS3072 RLF18421BP RLF18361AP CODSO5242 CODBS9623R CQSF4819 FMSC6019 TS4TLDR30 COHD35RDG COEL3036

Walnut Wood Grain P-LAM

853030

Walnut Wood Grain P-LAM

CODOP407229 E2T9636A

Walnut Wood Grain P-LAM

Tennessee Orthopedic Clinic Drawing Title:

4th Floor Furniture Plan

Project number Date Drawn by

FOR REFERENCE ONLY FIELD VERIFY ALL DIMENSIONS

Date

RDS36TAK

Checked by

TOC-001-2014 Issue Date Author Checker

A5.04 Scale

1/8" = 1'-0"

Furniture Plans


CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS

3' - 0 1/2"

006

1' - 9 1/2"

GWB SOFFIT Mitchell + Ballentine Design 1715 Volunteer Blvd, Suite 401 Knoxville, TN 37916 Phone: 760.668.3588 Fax: 760.668.6800 jballent@utk.edu lmitch16@utk.edu

0' - 4 1/2"

SUSPENDED GWB CLOUD TACKBOARD PANELS; REFER TO FINISH SCHEDULE FOR MATERIAL

Chicago, IL Knoxville, TN

Denver, CO Portland, OR

www.mitchell+ballentinedesign.com 8' - 0"

SOLID SURFACE COUNTER TENNESSEE ORTHOPEDIC CLINIC

5

625 South Gay Street, Suite 300 Knoxville, TN 37902

FINISHED FLOOR

2' - 2"

2' - 11"

WALNUT WOOD GRAIN P-LAM

Consultant Address Address Phone Fax e-mail

Reception Elevatioin - Back 3/8" = 1'-0"

Consultant Address Address Phone Fax e-mail

0' - 9 1/2"

Consultant Address Address Phone Fax e-mail

Consultant Address Address Phone Fax e-mail

0' - 4 1/2"

GWB CEILING GWB CLOUD SCHEDULED LIGHT FIXTURE

Description

Date

8' - 0"

SOLID SURFACE COUNTER

2' - 11"

4

No.

MODULAR ARTS 32" X 32" "CRUSH" WALL PANELS

WALNUT WOOD GRAIN P-LAM

Reception Elevation - Front 3/8" = 1'-0"

SCHEDULED LIGHT FIXTURE

1' - 9"

1

3

4

A7.10B

A7.10B

A7.10B

0' - 4"

2

1' - 6"

0' - 5"

0' - 10"

SOLID SURFACE COUNTER BRUSHED NICKEL CONTEMPORARY PULLS WALNUT WOOD P-LAM

1' - 2"

3' - 0"

1' - 6"

2' - 6"

2' - 6"

A7.10B

3' - 0"

0' - 4"

BUILT-IN SHELVING TACKBOARD PANEL INTEGRATED FILE CABINET WALNUT WOOD P-LAM

1' - 0"

0' - 7"

SOLID SURFACE COUNTERTOP

1' - 0" 1' - 0"

4' - 0"

7' - 0"

0' - 0 1/2" 0' - 0 1/2"

0' - 2"

2' - 11"

2' - 1" 0' - 9" 1' - 0 1/2" 1' - 0 1/2"

0' - 0 1/2" 0' - 0 1/2" 7' - 8 1/2" 0' - 2 1/2" 1' - 0" 3' - 4 1/2"

1' - 0"

1' - 9"

2' - 11"

2' - 6"

MODULAR ARTS 32" x 32" "CRUSH" WALL PANEL

WALNUT WOOD GRAIN P-LAM REFER TO POWER AND COMMUNICATION PLAN FOR HEIGHT OF ELECTRICAL OUTLETS WALL MOUNTED PAPER TOWEL DISPENSER WALL MOUNTED SOAP DISPENSER SOLID-SURFACE COUNTERTOP

Tennessee Orthopedic Clinic Drawing Title:

BRUSHED NICKEL CONTEMPORARY PULL WALNUT WOOD GRAIN P-LAM

Project number Date Drawn by Checked by

2

PT Workstation 3/8" = 1'-0"

1

PT Therapist Counter 3/8" = 1'-0"

3

Cast Room - Typical 3/8" = 1'-0"

Elevations TOC-001-2014 Issue Date John Ballentine Checker

A6.01A Scale

3/8" = 1'-0"

Elevations


TERRAZZO ON CONCRETE SLAB STEEL CLIP ANGLE WITH ANCHOR BOLT

004 - Level 4 42' - 0"

Mitchell + Ballentine Design 1715 Volunteer Blvd, Suite 401 Knoxville, TN 37916 Phone: 760.668.3588 Fax: 760.668.6800 jballent@utk.edu lmitch16@utk.edu Chicago, IL Knoxville, TN

1/2" STEEL PLATE; STITCH WELD TO STRINGER RAILING BOLTED TO TREAD AS REQUIRED

TENNESSEE ORTHOPEDIC CLINIC

3' - 1"

625 South Gay Street, Suite 300 Knoxville, TN 37902

3

5' - 1"

Denver, CO Portland, OR

www.mitchell+ballentinedesign.com

Consultant Address Address Phone Fax e-mail

Stair Detail Section at 4th 3" = 1'-0"

Consultant Address Address Phone Fax e-mail Consultant Address Address Phone Fax e-mail

HANDRAIL

6' - 3"

8' - 7"

Consultant Address Address Phone Fax e-mail

Description

Date

2' - 4"

No.

2

003 - Level 3 28' - 0"

A7.30

1

Stair Elevation 3/4" = 1'-0"

0' - 2"

0' - 11"

0' - 7"

CLIP ANGLE WITH ANCHOR BOLT

0' - 7"

TEMPERED GLASS SIDE PANELS BALUSTER - STEEL FLAT UPRIGHT

1/2" STEEL PLATE; STITCH WELD TO STRINGER

TREAD - TERRAZZO 1/2" STEEL PLATE; STITCH WELD TO STRINGER

Tennessee Orthopedic Clinic

RAILING BOLTED TO TREAD AS REQUIRED

Drawing Title:

STEEL CENTER STRINGER CLIP ANGLE WITH ANCHOR BOLT FLOOR FINISH

Stair Sections + Details

Project number

FINISHED FLOOR

Date Drawn by Checked by

2

Tread and Joint at Third 3" = 1'-0"

4

Handrail Detail 3"=1' 3" = 1'-0"

TOC-001-2014 Issue Date John Ballentine Checker

A7.30 Scale

As indicated

Section Details


CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS

006

FACE OF WALL

FACE OF WALL BLOCKING AS REQUIRED

0' - 4"

2' - 0"

1' - 0"

DRAWERS: HPDL ON 7 PLY VENEER CORE SUBSTRATE; 1/2" SIDES & 1/4" BOTTOM INTERIOR SURFACE: WHITE MELAMINE BASE BLOCKING AS REQUIRED

1' - 1 1/2"

DRAWER PULL AS SCHEDULED; REFER TO FINISH PLAN FOR SPECS

0' - 4"

1

FINISHED FLOOR

Millwork - PT 12" Cabinet 1 1/2" = 1'-0"

3

625 South Gay Street, Suite 300 Knoxville, TN 37902

PROVIDE SIDE PAIR 50# BALL BEARING ROLLER WITH FULL EXTENSION DRAWER SLIDE

BASE BLOCKING AS REQUIRED

FINISHED FLOOR

Millwork - PT Drawers 1 1/2" = 1'-0"

TENNESSEE ORTHOPEDIC CLINIC

3/4" MDF - PLAM; REFER TO FINISH PLAN FOR SPECS

3' - 0"

3/4" STATIONARY SHELF

Consultant Address Address Phone Fax e-mail

BASE BLOCKING AS REQUIRED FINISHED FLOOR

Consultant Address Address Phone Fax e-mail

Millwork - PT Open Top Cabinet 1 1/2" = 1'-0"

Consultant Address Address Phone Fax e-mail

FACE OF WALL 0' - 8 1/2"

Consultant Address Address Phone Fax e-mail

3/4" ADJUSTABLE MDF SHELF ON RECESSED STANDARDS; REFER TO FINISH SCHEDULE FOR SPECS

No.

DOOR PULL AS SCHEDULED; REFER TO FINISH LEGEND

Millwork - PT Tall Cabinet 1 1/2" = 1'-0"

0' - 4"

FILE DRAWER WITH BARS AND CLIPS FOR LETTER-SIZE FILES RUNNING FRONT TO REAR 0' - 4"

0' - 4"

FINISHED FLOOR 0' - 2 1/2"

0' - 3"

6

Millwork - Reception Section 1 1/2" = 1'-0"

PROVIDE SIDE PAIR 50# BALL BEARING ROLLER WITH FULL EXTENSION DRAWER SLIDE

0' - 7 1/2"

INTERIOR SURFACE: WHITE MELAMINE

2' - 2"

FINISHED FLOOR

BLOCKING AS REQUIRED

3' - 0"

2' - 10"

PROVIDE SIDE PAIR 50# BALL BEARING ROLLER WITH FULL EXTENSION DRAWER SLIDE

BASE BLOCKING AS REQUIRED

SOLID SURFACE COUNTER; REFER TO FINISH SCHEDULE FOR SPECS SOLID SURFACE BASKSPLASH; REFER TO FINISH SCHEDULE FOR SPECS

DRAWER PULL AS SCHEDULED; REFER TO FINISH PLAN FOR SPECS

0' - 8"

3/4" MDF - PLAM; REFER TO FINISH SCHEDULE FOR SPECS

Date

FACE OF WALL

DRAWERS: HPDL ON 7 PLY VENEER CORE SUBSTRATE; 1/2" SIDES & 1/4" BOTTOM

0' - 1"

7' - 8"

6' - 11 1/2"

1/2" MDF SHELVING WITH PLAM; REFER TO FINISH PLAN FOR SPECS

3/4" STATIONARY SHELF

Description

SOLID SURFACE COUNTER AS SCHEDULED; REFER TO FINISH PLAN FOR SPECS

INTERIOR SURFACE: WHITE MELAMINE

5

Denver, CO Portland, OR

www.mitchell+ballentinedesign.com

INTERIOR SURFACE: WHITE MELAMINE

INTERIOR OF CABINET PLAM; REFER TO FINISH PLAN FOR SPECS 1' - 7"

1' - 4"

PROVIDE SIDE PAIR 50# BALL BEARING ROLLER WITH FULL EXTENSION DRAWER SLIDE

Mitchell + Ballentine Design 1715 Volunteer Blvd, Suite 401 Knoxville, TN 37916 Phone: 760.668.3588 Fax: 760.668.6800 jballent@utk.edu lmitch16@utk.edu Chicago, IL Knoxville, TN

3/4" MDF - PLAM; REFER TO FINISH PLAN FOR SPECS

2' - 11"

EQ

SOLID SURFACE COUNTER AS SCHEDULED; REFER TO FINISH PLAN FOR SPECS

BLOCKING AS REQUIRED

3/4" MDF - PLAM; REFER TO FINISH PLAN FOR SPECS

EQ

FACE OF WALL SEALANT BEAD

SOLID SURFACE COUNTER AS SCHEDULED; REFER TO FINISH PLAN FOR SPECS

0' - 4"

0' - 2"

DRAWER PULL AS SCHEDULED; REFER TO FINISH PLAN FOR SPECS

3' - 0" EQ EQ 0' - 4"

2

SEALANT BEAD

SEALANT BEAD

1' - 11"

4

Millwork - PT Top Drawer 1 1/2" = 1'-0"

DOOR PULL AS SCHEDULED; REFER TO LEGEND INTERIOR OF CABINET CLAD IN WHITE MELAMINE 3/4" MDF - PLAM; REFER TO FINISH SCHEDULE FOR SPECS BASE BLOCKING AS REQUIRED FINISHED FLOOR

Tennessee Orthopedic Clinic Drawing Title:

Millwork Details

Project number Date Drawn by Checked by

TOC-001-2014 Issue Date John Ballentine Checker

A7.10B Scale

1 1/2" = 1'-0"

Millwork Details


ATTACH TO STRUCTURE FOR SUPPORT

ATTACH TO STRUCTURE FOR SUPPORT

FIRE RATED SEALANT Mitchell + Ballentine Design 1715 Volunteer Blvd, Suite 401 Knoxville, TN 37916 Phone: 760.668.3588 Fax: 760.668.6800 jballent@utk.edu lmitch16@utk.edu

METAL CHANNEL RUNNER

METAL CHANNEL RUNNER

Chicago, IL Knoxville, TN

Denver, CO Portland, OR

www.mitchell+ballentinedesign.com

TENNESSEE ORTHOPEDIC CLINIC 625 South Gay Street, Suite 300 Knoxville, TN 37902

Consultant Address Address Phone Fax e-mail

ATTACH GYPSUM BOARD TO STUDS

Consultant Address Address Phone Fax e-mail Consultant Address Address Phone Fax e-mail

2 5/8" METAL STUD @ 16" O.C., MAX

3 5/8" METAL STUD FRAMING

Consultant Address Address Phone Fax e-mail

METAL BLOCKING BEYOND

MINERAL WOOL INSULATION No.

SHIM (AS REQUIRED)

Description

Date

SCHEDULED CEILING SYSTEM; REFER TO RCP FOR TYPE

ACOUSTICAL SEALANT

WALL ANGLE 5/8" TYPE-X GYPSUM BOARD EACH SIDE

METAL CHANNEL RUNNER

INTERMEDIATE HORIZONTAL MULLION

1/4" LAMINATED GLASS

1

Storefront Curtain Wall 3" = 1'-0"

GASKET

METAL CHANNEL RUNNER

ALUMINUM STOREFRONT PROFILE, TYP. - ATTACH TO SLAB

4" ROLLED BASE

SEALANT

FIRE RATED SEALANT

CONCRETE SLAB

CONCRETE SLAB 2

Tennessee Orthopedic Clinic Drawing Title:

Partition Types

Project number Date Drawn by Checked by

TOC-001-2014 Issue Date John Ballentine Checker

A7.01A

Fire Partition 3" = 1'-0" Scale

3" = 1'-0"

Partition Types


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EXHIBIT + PRODUCT DESIGN

Rug Line Drawing

Rug Concept Image

While working as an intern at Lauderdale Design, I was asked to come up with a concept for a rug to be placed in the new Natalie Haslam Music Building on the UT Knoxville campus. Upon concept approval, I worked as an integral part of design team that transformed the concept into the finished and installed product.

Completed + Installed Rug


Fabric Pattern Design

For a color theory course, we created a pattern using colors and proportion from a work of art. Once created, we had fabric made, designed the exhibit + showcased our work.

{INTERCONNECTED} Exhibit

reFABRICated Exhibit

In the fall of 2013, the Chair of the Interior Design Program at The University of Tennessee asked me to create an exhibit to showcase the schoolâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Interior Design Program. I assembled a group of 3 students, directed the design intent and layout of the exhibit, secured furnishings + installed the exhibit. The project focused on 5 different students design concepts for an interconnected workplace.


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FURNITURE DESIGN + CONSTRUCTION


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Better Out Than In > by Dan Glaister

Above: Ground Level Plan Left: Multi-Story Atrium

Inspired by a glimpse of the Rocky Mountains gained as he first flew into Denver, Libeskind’s new building for the Denver Art Museum sits like an alien craft amid the civic grandeur of the mile-high city’s downtown. Docked at an angle on a vacant plot of land, its hull shimmers in the sun, the titanium surface reflecting the colours around it, silver and ochre fading into a brackish brown. The stern of the ship is a jumble of metal boxes, stacked any which way. Its prow looms over the adjoining road, jutting out toward the museum’s existing building, a grey crenellated mausoleum of a place.


That Libeskind should have completed a building at all in the US is something of a surprise. The $110m Frederic C Hamilton building has come to fruition almost by stealth, as its architect has achieved celebrity and, in a way, infamy elsewhere. The Denver project began seven years ago when the city passed a bond initiative granting $62.5m for an extension for the art museum. (The remaining $47m was raised from private donors, including Phil Anschutz, the man who owns much of Denver and a fair chunk of Los Angeles, and Bill Gates.) Libeskind won the architectural competition to design the building in 2000, beating Thom Mayne and Arata Isozaki, even though he had just one major building to his name, the Jewish Museum in Berlin. But by 2003, Libeskind had won another competition: to design the master plan for the World Trade Centre site. With it came much fame and much exposure. It also brought controversy, firstly over the design and latterly over the politics of getting it built. Libeskind’s involvement with the redevelopment effectively ended in 2004, although he is still credited as the master planner. But if the blow has affected him, he doesn’t let it show - at least not in Denver. “Here,” he says, “unlike any other place, optimism is not the exception but is the rule.” This sense of untrammelled optimism is personified by the building’s playful sense of mischief. No line is straight, no plane vertical, no two walls perpendicular. Why have square windows when you can have triangles? Everywhere shards and fragments of the thing lurch out unexpectedly. It is an exhilarating experience. Like an

inverted, extruded and exploded piece of origami, Libeskind’s building threatens to swallow itself. Which is part of the problem. For, while Libeskind has designed a striking building, a partial realisation of his forlorn and abandoned plans for the V&A “spiral”, it almost tries too hard for its stated purpose: the exhibition of art. Too often with modern architecture, Libeskind tells his audience, “when you enter the building it’s the same old box inside”. But not here. “Inside and outside are completely in tune with each other.” The entrance to the new building is rather conventional and almost drab. A large open space with a low ceiling clad in off-white acoustic tiles, a ticket desk, sofas set at a jaunty angle, a coffee stall - it is all rather familiar. A jagged spiral staircase leads the way to the galleries, looming before the visitor like a mountain range. As you make this disorientating ascent, the white of the angled walls as deceptive as a wall of snow on a mountainside, it becomes apparent that Libeskind is paying homage to another great triumph of architecture over art: Frank Lloyd Wright’s Guggenheim gallery in New York, with its graceful — and, as Libeskind notes,

“This sense of untrammelled optimism is personified by the building’s playful sense of mischief. No line is straight, no plane vertical, no two walls perpendicular.”

Right: Interior lounge space with knife mural accentuating slope Above: Exterior elevation showing titanium planes

exhausting — circular climb to the top. Inside, the mischief continues. Walls incline, corners invert and gallery spaces recede to sharply angled points. Occasionally, this helps the art, and occasionally, the art can help the building: a Kiki Smith statue of a guard dog held by a figure is placed at what seems to be a random position in the contemporary art gallery, until one realises that the statue is placed just so, to prevent visitors clonking their heads on the piece of masonry that spears into the room above it. Closer inspection reveals that the protruding interventions beloved of the architect have fallen foul of the custodians of public health: wooden boards run around the base of some of the walls, protecting the heads of the citizenry but playing havoc with the aesthetics. In one or two instances the eccentricities of the building enhance the art. A series of laminated plexiglass tubes by Vasa Mihich refracts coloured light up the walls of the gallery. Likewise, an almost unseen Dan Flavin neon spills light along a wall. A sequence of burnished metal tiles by Carl André casts watery reflections on the interior of the prow at the very tip of

the gallery. On an exterior terrace, a series of what appear to be air-conditioning units turn out to be a Donald Judd sculpture, lending his work an unexpected humour. But at times the interior walls’ determination to follow the contours of the exterior seem at odds with the art. One room features a selection of Betty Woodman ceramics: like leeches they cling, seemingly terrified that they might slide down to the floor below. Elsewhere, Marcel Duchamp is lost in a pointed corner. Whether this is a sly curatorial game or an unhappy consequence of the whims of the architect, it is difficult to tell. While most modern art can cope with all this, it is the gilt-framed art from the museum’s permanent collection that suffers most. Denver’s extensive collection is not at its best hung in a series of galleries burdened with taupe partitions, and the overall effect is dowdy. Early critics of the building have latched on to this disjunction. The Los

Angeles Times dismissed it as “an array of the least congenial galleries for art that I’ve seen in 20 years”. But as Dan Kohl, the museum’s director of design, points out, we should leave such verdicts to the public. “The obvious question of how you would be able to hang and show art in the space will be answered by people coming and walking through the building,” he says. The city, eager to mark itself out as a cultural destination midway between the two poles of LA and New York, has embraced Libeskind. He, in turn, is threatening to turn Denver into a personal theme park. He has built an apartment building next to the museum, and he has been commissioned to create plans to redevelop a

large chunk of the civic centre — plans that have so far generated more hostility than anything else. But Denver has got what it wanted: a famous architect who has delivered a unique, striking building that will attract visitors away from the coasts.

Transverse Section of building


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DRAWINGS + SKETCHES


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DRAWINGS + SKETCHES

Column | Graphite on Bristol


Torchbearer 2 | Graphite

Typography | Ink on Mylar

Torchbearer | Graphite


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DRAWINGS + SKETCHES

Urban Nexus Concept Perspective Sketch


Barcelona Pavilion | Ink on Mylar + Spray Paint


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PHOTOGRAPHY

Model at the University of Chicago - Chicago IL


Unity Temple | Oak Park IL

Farnsworth House | Plano, IL

Eastern State Penitentiary | Philadelpia, PA


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PAINTINGS

Untitled 1 | Acrylic on Canvas


Mission San Diego | Acrylic on Canvas


(760) 668â&#x20AC;&#x201C;3588 jballent@utk.edu www.issuu.com/designjohnb

Interior Design Portfolio | John B Ballentine  
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