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DRAW 708- Graduate Drawing Studio Elective Requirement Spring 2010


SUST 704 – Applied Theories in Sustainability 700 – Level Elective Spring 2010


Harambee House, Inc. Citizens for Environmental Justice GO GREEN! Adult Literacy Volunteer


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WHAT IS OUR ENVIRONMENT LIFECYCLES ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES LIFE CYCLE OF A PRODUCT RECYCLE/REUSE COMPOSTING ENERGY/WATER CONSERVATION FOOD CHOICES SAVING


SUSTAINABLE DESIGN ESTHER GALARZA APPLIED THEORIES IN SUSTAINABILITY SPRING 2010


sustainability in ARCHITECTURE/ INTERIOR DESIGN

wicked problems expansion model WICKED PROBLEMS “ A class of social system problems which are ill-formulated, where the information is confusing, where there are many clients and decision makers with confusing values, and where the ramifications in the whole system are thoroughly confusing. ” —Horst Rittel, 1960s

WICKED SOLUTIONS

wicked solution sustainable model

Expand the role of design in sustaining, developing, and integrating human beings into broader ecological and cultural

FOUR DOMAINS

environments, shaping these environments when desirable and possible or adapting to them when necessary. ’

DESIGN OF SYMBOLIC AND VISUAL COMMUNICATION DESIGN OF MATERIAL OBJECTS DESIGN OF ACTIVITIES AND ORGANIZED SEVICES

VS. TYPE I (WEEDS) INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION PIONEERING NATION OPPORTUNISTIC FAST GROWING

DESIGN OF COMPLEX SYSTEMS

PRODUCE – PRODUCE-

OR ENVIRONMENTS FOR LIVING ,

PRODUCE ( CONSUMPTION )

WORKING, PLAYING AND LEARNING


two models of development MOVING FROM TYPE I TO TYPE II DESIGNERS AS PLANNERS

DESIGN OF SYMBOLIC AND VISUAL COMMUNICATION

DESIGN OF MATERIAL OBJECTS

DESIGN OF ACTIVITIES AND ORGANIZED SEVICES

DESIGN OF COMPLEX SYSTEMS OR ENVIRONMENTS FOR LIVING , WORKING, PLAYING AND LEARNING


wicked solutions - * 1st domain

* DESIGN OF

DESIGN OF SYMBOLIC AND VISUAL COMMUNICATION

SYMBOLIC AND VISUAL COMMUNICATION

Sustainable Sites

Water Efficiency DESIGN OF

Energy & Atmosphere

MATERIAL OBJECTS

Materials & Resources

Indoor Environmental Quality

DESIGN OF ACTIVITIES AND ORGANIZED SEVICES

Locations & Linkages

Innovation in Design

Regional Priority

DESIGN OF COMPLEX SYSTEMS OR ENVIRONMENTS FOR LIVING , WORKING, PLAYING AND LEARNING


wicked solutions - * 2nd domain DESIGN OF MATERIAL OBJECTS

DESIGN OF SYMBOLIC AND VISUAL COMMUNICATION

*DESIGN OF MATERIAL OBJECTS

DESIGN OF ACTIVITIES AND ORGANIZED SEVICES

DESIGN OF COMPLEX SYSTEMS OR ENVIRONMENTS FOR LIVING , WORKING, PLAYING AND LEARNING


Sustainability in Architecture DESIGN THINKING TYPE III

INTERDISCIPLINARY COLLABORATION

‘ W hen the flow of energy

increases,

the system may encounter a point of instability, or bifurcation point, at which it can branch off into

REACHING TYPE III LEARNING TO SELF RENEW REA CH EQUILIBRIUM MORE COMPLEX AND LONGER LIFE CYCLES LOYALTY TO THE ENVIRONMENT

an entirely new state where

new

IDEATION

struc-

tures and new forms of

order

INSPIRATION

may

IMPLEMENTATION

emerge. ’

rebel CULTURE DISENGAGEMENT DESIGNERS ”CONTINGENT PRACTICE” HIGH IMPACT SOLUTIONS


“Until a designer honestly confronts the reality of his or her work in order to determine whether and how it contributes to the sustainability of the planet, there is little incentive to change.” - Crisis of Will

DESIGN RESPONSIBLY

Design for a Sustainable World

ESTHER GALARZA APPLIED THEORIES IN SUSTAINABILITY SPRING 2010

NATURAL CAPITALISM INDUSTRIAL ECOLOGY

AWARENESS

WICKED PROBLEMS PLANNERS

CRADLE TO CRADLE

PLANNERS

SUSTAINABLE DESIGN CONSUMPTION

IGNORANCE GLOBAL ECONOMY

RESPONSIBILITY CHOICE PLANNERS CONSUMERISM

WICKED SOLUTIONS DESIGN THINKING SMART DESIGN INNOVATION


INDS 722 – Applied Interior Lighting Required Spring 2010


scenario one represents a meditation room or a sanctuary. a subtly illumined curtain of evenly spaced panels casts a spray of shadow inducing a sense of calm, peaceful motion. ď‚ž

scenario two represents chaos and disorientation. gashes of light created by luminous ceiling, wall, and floor create an effect of electrifying movement. ď‚ž

our objective is to demonstrate that light can alter the appearance and emotional effect of a space. employing two different kinds of lamps allowed us to create two dramatically different effects within the same space. this allowed us to change the mood of the space from a serene and tranquil environment to an exhilarating and thrilling environment.


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mark hanbury & esther galarza


MAGGIE’S MORNING SCHOOL

FINAL PROJECT (SEE HARD COPY)


INDS 702 – Interior Design Seminar Required Fall 2010


PHILOSOPHY DESIGN BOOK

(SEE HARD COPY)


INDS 712 – Interior Design Studio I Required Fall 2010


PROPERTY INFORMATION  PROPERTY NAME:

5 W Broughton Street Savannah, GA 31401

COUNTY:

Chatham

OWNER:

Dina Saxton

 BUILDING

AREA: Basement: 1st Floor: 2nd Floor: 3rd Floor: 4th Floor: TOTAL:

 ZONING : 1st Floor:

2nd

Floor: 3rd Floor: 4th Floor: 

10,400 SF 10,325 SF 10,504 SF 10,498 SF 5,164 SF 46,891 SF B-C-1 R-2 R-2 R-2

Central Business Condominiums Condominiums Condominiums

OCCYPANCY LOAD : 2nd Floor: 53 people 3rd Floor: 52 people th 4 Floor: 26 people


TABLE OF CONTENTS


EXISTING CONDITIONS         

Historical architectural features Brick exterior Traditional double-hung windows Decorative trims and moulding Interiors have exposed beams and bricks Raw space ready for finishing Some spaces currently under construction Finished hallway and foyer flooring Some existing lighting fixtures


INDS 714 – Interior Design Studio II Required Winter 2011


bywater community center

the event . the effect . the precedence . the demand . the response

echo . orchestra . combinational tones

becoming the conductor of the community by orchestrating the unity of the people and the community’s revival

the circulation diagram allowed us to enhance specific entran ces in our design. the windrose diagram showcases the summer winds, therefore we created an exterior porche that catches the nice summer breeze of New Orleans.

south elevation

poland avenue

west elevation

section


. SUSTAINABLE SYSTEM INTERACTIVE COURTYARD SPACE

PERFORMANCE CENTER

Visible and approachable from all angles of the site Sustainable Site - Site Selection

- Development Density & Community Connectivity

Alternate Transportation

- Public Transportation Access - Bicycle Storage - Changing Rooms

Water Efficiency Water Use Reduction - Rainwater Collection - Grey Water System

Energy & Atmosphere Optimize Energy Performance - Green Power (Solar Energy & Water Heating)

. . . COFFEE SHOP INTERNET CAFE BUSINESS CENTER PATIO SEATING

- Lighting Controls - System Monitoring - HVAC

Materials & Resources

- Building Reuse - Materials Reuse - Regional Materials - Recycled Content - Certified Wood

Indoor Environmental Quality

poland avenue

north elevation

west elevation

- Low Emmiting Materials - Controllability of Lighting System - Controllability ofThermal Comfort - Daylight & Views for Seated Spaces - Light Pollution Control

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INDS 779 – Graduate Field Internship

(SEE HARD COPY)

Winter 2011


INDS 764 – Directed Seminar Required Winter 2011


0' - 7"

VILLA XL - GROUP 2

NEW DELHI PROJECT A Project Of

SAVANNAH COLLEGE OF ART & DESIGN A Collaboration With

SCHOOL OF BUILDING ARTS . DEAN HERIBERTO BRITO . Support Provided By

ARCHITECTURAL DEPARTMENT . PROFESSOR CHRISTINE WACTA . INTERIOR DESIGN DEPARTMENT . CHAIRMAN KHOI VO .

This sponsored collaborative studio project involved students from the Department of Architecture and Interior Design in the School of Building Arts. The design teams were assigned the task to create a set of design criteria that would be utilized in each of the prototype villas to create an integrated brand impression for the community. They focused on the prototypical residential segment of the development which included four prototype Villas configured as follows:

. Villa S - 250 square yards each . Villa L - 750 square yards each . Villa M - 500 square yards each . Villa XL - 1000 square yards each

GROUP 1

GROUP 2

Architectural Team

Architectural Team

Interior Design Team

Interior Design Team

. ALEX BENOIT . CATALINA DUCU . NICOLE DUMONT

. KENDRA McLAIN . ERIN DORA . CHUN-YAO HUANG . KRISTEN HAFFKE . OLUFISAYO BAKARE

. PATRICK COOLEY . KRISTEN MOORE . TOBIN SIMPSON . LAUREN SEGAL . ESTHER GALARZA . VANESSA BEAN . KYI GYAW . PENG HAN WU . YOU-JIA ZHOU

The villa featured is the largest lot size available measuring 61’ x 147’. Inspired by the classical manners of the English Countryside and historic Savannah, Georgia the Villa XL is 9,000sf and features four bedrooms, a guest suite, and staff quarters for six. The plan was designed around a classical Palladion model allowing for grande open spaces for entertaining all while being a comfortable international retreat for both family and guests.

1

SITE PLAN 1/8" = 1'-0"

2

EXPLODED AXON


VILLA XL - MAIN FLOOR

parlor room

kitchen inspiration

dining room

outdoor space

POOL

GUEST BEDROOM

LIVING ROOM

MUD ROOM

OUTDOOR SITTING

KITCHEN

BATH

BATH

DRESSING

DINING ROOM SHOW KITCHEN

POWDER RM. PANTRY EL 4' x 5'

SIDE ENTRY BAR

DRAWING ROOM

FOYER

ENTRY

PARLOR

PORTICO

1

MAIN FLOOR FURNITURE 3/16" = 1'-0"

PATIO


VILLA XL - LEVEL 1 master bedroom

master bath

BEDROOM DECK

DAY ROOM

FAMILY DECK BEDROOM 2

FAMILY ROOM

BATH

BEDROOM 3

backyard night view BATH EL

SITTING ROOM

MASTER BATH MASTER SUITE

CLOSET PRIVATE DECK

1

FIRST FLOOR FURNITURE 3/16" = 1'-0"

MASTER BEDROOM

backyard day view


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