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EMILY SHOLDER

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PROJECT LIST

HOUSING AND RECREATION PROTOTYPE LIBRARY RE(coup) | PALAZZO GIOVANNI LIFESTYLE MARKET PATIENT ROOM WITH BREATHING WALL PROFESSIONAL WORK PERSONAL WORK


HOUSING AND RECREATION

Collaboration for a master plan in Bassano, Italy Living and work space for the young professional Recreation center and piazza supporting social and physical activities for a healthy lifestyle. Part of a collaborated master plan for neighbhood infastructure and communal resources.


AutoCAD and Illustrator


Pencil and Trace


AutoCAD and Illustrator


Rhino, V-Ray and Photoshop


Laser Cut and Chipboard


PROTOTYPE LIBRARY

Modual system for active engagement Building modules creates shelves, seating, and multipurpose surfaces.

ing system using colored lights encourages exploration with books as well as creating user interaction with the space.


AutoCAD and Illustrator


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Lighted suggestion from the selected shelf

AutoCAD and Illustrator


RE(coup) | Palazzo Giovanni

Student Union and Piazza in Florence, Italy Balancing Academia with space for students to engage in ecreation and rejuvenation. Creating felxible space for individual and group activity using green space and hard surfaces as well as vertical and horrizontal emphasis to both literally and figuratively creates space and systems to support and recuperate the student body’s needs.


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Third Floor

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Second Floor


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HEALTHY LIFESTYLE MARKET

Market and community center in Syracuse, NY Outdoor market stalls are embedded within a winding path which creates an urban setting to encourage healthy eating and physical activity. Access to community resources is created by the path connecting the surrounding neighborhoods.


SketchUp and Illustrator


Ink and Mylar


Patient View

PROVIDER OBSERVATION AND INTERACTION

REFRESH | THE HEALING SPACE

Plant-Wall patient room design in a hospital setting. Using plants to maintain healthy air quality and air flow as well as creating a functional and engaging design for patient, family, and provider. Sitelines for providers, views from patient bed, and lighting options are incorporated by the undulating walls and ceiling surface. Emily Sholder REFRESH The Healing Space ARC 408 Sick Space Spring 2013

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Angled entrance inset allows for more privacy but allows nurse to have a clear view into the room to the patient and monitors

Hand rail to allow patient independence and mobility

Trash collected from hallway to avoid unsanitary janitorial equipment entering room

Roll-In shower

Sanitation station for provider patient able to maintain eye contact with provider while they wash their hands and prepare

ADA A Bathroom

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Computer for providers to check electronic records - make notes Operable: allowing provider screen privacy while maintaining eye contact with patient, and ability to fold into the wall to let patient see screen when necessary and save space

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Medical equipment hidden within head wall

Television in patient’s primary T sight line. Operable to change height on wall for comfortable viewing

Monitors visible from nurse nurse’s window

Cushioned window seat (folds into a guest bed) allows family members or patient to sit comfortably by the window looking outside to courtyard, and feeling fresh air from the operable window

Operable window Breathing wall allows visual interest for patient in bed and removes toxins from the interior and exterior air

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Patient View

PROVIDER OBSERVATION AND INTERACTION

Emily Sholder REFRESH The Healing Space ARC 408 Sick Space Spring 2013

Provider View

Rhino, V-Ray, and Photoshop

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WATER Water

AutoCAD and Illustrator


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Wall Section Detail Collaboration at IKM, Inc. on details of a wall for WVUH Ruby SE Patient Tower design. Sensory Elements of Healthcare Experience Analayis graphic from research done on positive user experience in healthcare settings.

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Revit Produced for IKM, Inc.


Consistent Sensory Elements for the ideal Healthcare Experience

TOUCH SMELL

Transformation

coffee

Control / Empowerment

exciting, energy, fresh, crisp, alive, awake

Connection / Community

clean

SMELL

Balance

cotton

fresh

flowers

uplifting, healthy, productive, right place to be

“spring fresh” like a beautiful garden

safe, soft, lightens hearts

lemon

Growth / Journeys

lavender

Accomodating / Welcoming

clean and fresh, relaxing

fruit

curvilinear & smooth with a bit of texture

rose

careful, saftey and security

soft

healthy, cleansing

sweet

T TASTE

kids and teenagers like sweet things, attracts people in from harsh condition

red

orange chocolate friendly, sensation to want bright bright, energy more, everyone likes it

energy, enthusiasm hope

sweet, juicy, calming

green

COLOR

calming and appealing, color of the sky

silk

very smooth, feminine touch

confidence, restful, calming, puts mind at ease and structurally sound

color

purple

birds

peaceful, relaxing soothing

brightens moods, intensity of red meets calm of blue, unisex

blue

yellow

a happy color, hopeful, bright, inviting, makes you feel good

Illustrator Produced for Fathom

comforting even in an `uncontrollable situation, caring, like a teddy bear

white

peach

healthy, safe

water

it’s familiar, recognizable, instantly relaxing, neutral, represents healthy things

SOUND

music

relaxing, calming, peacefull, shows teamwork soothes pain

quiet

a break from overstimulation, private


PERSONAL WORK

Wood Shop Spindle Chair and Writing Surface Digital Photography Macro images focused on nature with unfocused background


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Woodshop and AutoCAD


Canon PowerShot ELPH 330HS


EMILY SHOLDER

Syracuse University School of Architecture Bachlor of Architecture, Minor Psychology e: easholde@syr.edu | p: (412) 608 - 7126


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