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NEXT GEN HEALTH IN.TER.VOLVE ARBOREAL

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MASTERPLANNING HOSPITAL PROJECT


Charleston, SC RED + BOX MASTERPLANNING HOSPITAL PROJECT


Okinawa, Japan IN.TER.VOLVE

Port Au Prince, Haiti NEXT GEN HEALTH


Port Au Prince, Haiti

NEXT GEN HEALTH

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Project Statement Revitalize Haiti Green This design proposal is an approach to contribute to the long term revitalization of healthcare and tourism throughout Haiti. We are in part adapting a successful technique that has been implemented in several urban fabrics around Central America which contain a similar composition of Port Au Prince. The scheme is an iteration that encourages the use of green spaces dispersed throughout the city grid that will yield public “pocket parks” for people, both native and visiting, to use at their leisure. Essentially, a series of pocket parks will be developed in place of stagnant lots that were abandoned and filled with rubble after the 2010 earthquake. Much like many Caribbean island cities, one of Port Au Prince’s major economic draws can be fostered through tourism. The iron market, which is adjacent to our proposed site, is a national landmark for Haiti and with its highly publicized reopening; it can provide a strong igniter to rebuilding this damaged city. Program/Health Our proposal calls for a 23 hour trauma center and pediatric clinic that will be sited on a corner lot directly opposite the iron market. Additionally, the program includes an imaging department and resident dorms for physicians and nurses coming to serve a short term. With the iron market being directly across the street, the site provided a perfect opportunity to utilize one of the “pocket parks.” This park was designed to be used more as a quiet place to compliment the busy atmosphere of the market. Patients waiting to be treated as well as tourists will now have access to a safe park to pass time and escape the hot climate. The plan is to build atop the existing rubble allowing our site to be elevated three feet and walled off with a vertical garden buffer to help maintain a park-like atmosphere while providing future protection against floods. By locating the trauma center adjacent to the busy Boulevard Jaquce dessianes, we were able to provide direct access for ambulances coming off the highway onto the site. Hillside Homes The general building composition is derived from the hillside homes common to Port Au Prince, which come together and create a dynamic and recognizable form. Though commonly regarded as housing for the lower class, we were able to reinvent and infuse this formation by inserting them in an urban context. Designed to have a strong presence, our building also fits comfortably into the existing context through its tiered floor plans that begin to reduce its overall scale. Deaign Team: Ryan Ramsey & Gregory Swinton


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Project Statement Disaster Relief: First Responders In the wake of so many natural disasters, the charge of our studio was to design a modular clinic that could be easily deployable to a multitude of disaster sites and scenarios. When needed, these modular clinic needed to be able to become a 29,000sf facility that could serve a wide population until more medical care has arrived and restored to the region

Multiple Locations

INTERVOLVE

Virtruvian Values: Commodity, Firmness, Delight

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So often many of the deployable mobile medical clinics are boxes that lack those values and our charge was to “Get outside of the Box� when thinking about and designing this project

Inspiration

Spacial Experience

Design Team: Gregory Swinton


INSPIRATION

SPACIAL EXPERIENCE

TRANSPORTATION

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2011 TOHKU EARTHQUAKE


DEPLOYMENT

29,000SF


Project Statement

Asheville, NC

RBOREAL

Overview Nestled in the serene mountain town of Asheville,NC, the project acts as a retreat-style rehabilitation facility. The program serves the needs of patients with a wide range of disabilities, with the purpose of naturally reaclimating each patient to the normative functions of daily living. The site is located in the Rhododendron Park south-west of downtown Asheville, NC, and shares this hilltop with a contemporary short-term rehabilitation facilitly that serves other outpatient healthcare purposes as well. The goal of this project is to not only fill the needs of those who require a more specialized and long term rehabilitation treatment experience, but also to immerse each patient into a serene environment that displays the natural beauty of its surrounding in order to help augment the naturalhealing process of the body and mind.

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Program Outpatient Treatment Care -Physical Therapy -Hydrotherapy -Occupational Therapy -Recreational Therapy -Speech and Audiology Therapy Inpatient Care -Private and Semi Private Rooms Outdoor Therapy Therapy Gardens Concept ARBOREAL-of or relating to trees. Design Team: Gregory Swinton


circulation

concept THERAPEAUTIC CARE

INPATIENT CARE

ADMIN SUPPORT Therapeautic and main public services are at the highest most visible point

PARKING

THERAPEAUTIC CARE INPATIENT CARE

ADMIN SUPPORT PARKING

Inpatient care rooms are situated on the steepest , most private part of the site with views to the Biltmore

THERAPEAUTIC CARE

INPATIENT CARE ADMIN SUPPORT

Administrative and support spaces are underneath the therapeautic spaces

PARKING

Private

THERAPEAUTIC CARE

ADMIN

SUPPORT

INPATIENT CARE

PARKING

THERAPEAUTIC CARE

ADMIN

Parking is located underneath all of the spaces with access to them

INPATIENT CARE

SUPPORT

PARKING

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circulation

The main therapeautic spaces are extensions of the natural canopy surrounding

THERAPEAUTIC CARE

INPATIENT CARE

ADMIN SUPPORT PARKING

INPATIENT CARE

Public

ADMIN SUPPORT PARKING

ADMIN

circulation circulation

concept concept

SUPPORT PARKING

Private

THERAPEAUTIC CARE

THERAPEAUTIC CARE

INPATIENT CARE

INPATIENT CARE PARKING ADMIN SUPPORT

ADMIN

Therapeautic and main public services are at the highest most visible point

PARKING

SUPPORT Therapeautic and main public services are at the highest most visible point

PARKING

THERAPEAUTIC CARE INPATIENT CARE

INPATIENT CARE

THERAPEAUTIC CARE

ADMIN SUPPORT

ADMIN

PARKING

SUPPORT PARKING

Inpatient care rooms are situated on the steepest , most private part of the site with views to the Biltmore

THERAPEAUTIC CARE

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Inpatient care rooms are situated on the steepest , most private part of the site with views to the Biltmore

INPATIENT CARE

THERAPEAUTIC CARE ADMIN

INPATIENT CARE

SUPPORT ADMIN

Private

Private

Administrative and support spaces are underneath the therapeautic spaces

PARKING

SUPPORT

Administrative and support spaces are underneath the therapeautic spaces

PARKING

Public

THERAPEAUTIC CARE

THERAPEAUTIC CARE

ADMIN PARKING

PARKING

SUPPORT

ADMIN

INPATIENT CARE

SUPPORT

INPATIENT CARE


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entry-coffee shop

therapeutic room

transition

green roof


CHARLESTON,SC

ASTERPLANNING

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Project Statement Urban Analysis: This phase focused on both “building in the city” and “building as city.” It engages in urban analysis and urban design with respect to the location and design of a hospital and/or academic medical center as a mixed-use urban district within an existing urban context. It also explores the application of urban design methodologies and principles in the design of hospitals and/or academic medical centers. An “urban” analysis of both the urban context for the ultimate project in parallel with an analysis of several archetypal large hospitals was conducted throughout the semester. Design Guideliness: We analyzed professionally developed master plans proposed for the MUSC campus: the academic campus master plan, the clinical replacement facilities master plan and research campus master plan north of the cross town and then develop a preliminary set of urban design guidelines for the Medical District drawn from the above information that promote a healthy,livable, sustainable mixed-use urban district. Master Plan These guidelines are then taken and applied to a redesigned masterplan proposal for the campus.


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1 1 Building Heights Building Heights

Proposed Height Overlay Proposed Height Overlay

Pedestrian/Transit Circulation Pedestrian/Transit Circulation

Vehicular/Service Circulation Vehicular/Service Circulation

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Proposed Proposed Proposed Height Height Height Overlay Overlay Overlay

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RESEARCH RESEARCH RESEARCH

Functional Functional Functional Zones Zones Zones


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Outfit with pedestrian focused transit.

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Include mixed-use zoning.

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Create shared spaces between differing programs/zoning.

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Compression and expansion of urban space.

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Hierarchy of public spaces.

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Network of pedestrian paths.

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Points of pause and transition .

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Coordination of public transit with campus plan.

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Integrated parking structures.

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EMPHASIZE AND ENRICH THE PEDESTRIAN EXPERIENCE Incorporate public furniture.

Integrate green spaces.

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A. Bee Street

B. Calhoun Street

16’ streetscaping

14’

pedestrian zone

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vehicular lane

12’

retail

bike route

10’

60’

60’

vehicular lane

12’

streetscaping

16’

pedestrian zone

pedestrian zone

12’

vehicular lane

service lane

10’

on-street parking

turn lane

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320’

E. Pedestrian Bridge

166’ 12’

vehicular lane

30’

pedestrian zone

12’

on-street parking

12’

retail

streetscaping

12‘

retail

park space pedestrian zone

12’

service lane

retail

pedestrian zone

parking

clinical 80’

bike route

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streetscaping

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pedestrian zone

clinical 210’


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vehicular lane

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pedestrian zone

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10’ on-street parking

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retail 12’ 30’

pedestrian zone pedestrian zone streetscaping

bike route 147’

D. Courtenay Street

retail

parking

clinical 80’

service lane

median/flex lane

73’ outdoor room

14’

walkway

16’

streetscaping

14’

bike route

streetscaping

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clinical

40’

20’

turn lane

retail

clinical

210’

service lane

100’

pedestrian zone

123’

pedestrian zone

180’

320’

E. Pedestrian Bridge


Charleston, SC

HOSPITAL PROJECT

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Project Statement Overview : Building as City This phase of the project will focus on the conceptual design of the next replacement stage of the MUSC hospital itself and cover infrastructure design, conceptual facility planning, building/landscape form, facade and character, along with key entry and spatial conditions – both inside and out. It should also work within the framework of one of the Master Planning options developed earlier and it should adopt and respond to urban design guidelines established for any or all of the master plan options earlier in the project. Building Program: Women’s and Children’s Hospital Design proposals should address flexibility and the abilityto accommodate changing needs over time, so the detailed planning of theclinical programs to be housed in phase two will not be the central issue to be explored in this phase. The focus will be on designing the stableinfrastructure elements, blocks of flexible program space, and future expansion strategies. Considerations in Final Proposals - Circulation and growth strategies -Materials and Mechanical Systems distribution - Hospital without walls - Commercial and civic amenities at street level - Community services/activities/events in public areas - Departmental block size, shape and relationships - Diagnostic and treatment [high tech warehouse] - Ambulatory clinics and services - Inpatient care units - Service, support and administrative departments - Structure and building segmentation - Inter-departmental relationships - Access to nature - Views to nature and access to daylight - Courtyards, Pocket parks, Green spaces, therapeutic gardens - Green roofs. landscaped parking, and civic spaces


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DESIGN GUIDELINES

DESIGN CONCEPT

Separation of Public and Private Zones

Family Communal Spaces

PUBLIC PRIVATE

patient tower is oriented facing primary road, creating a billboard for facility

Patient and Staff Spaces of Respite

Perforated Building Footprint

Flexible building Infrastructure

Dynamic Architectural Forms or Feature

Frosted glass is to facade, glass is colored to gradiate and reflect the colors of a beach sunset. Green roof added for patient views and experience.

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Vertical louvers emerge and fade into the fadace on the southern and western faces and similate waves rising and falling along the coast

DESIGN GUIDELINES

on of Public and Private Zones

Family Communal Spaces


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Site Plan

Masterplan CHARLESTON,SC

Masterplan

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Functional districts

View Corridors

Retail Connections

Vehicular Circulation


Pedestrian Path

Circulation Connection to ART

1st Floor

Permeable Mass

Calhoun Corridor

2nd Floor

3rd Floor

A ER

Primary Care Clinic

12000 sq.ft.

14000 sq.ft.

Administration

Pharmacy

12805 sq.ft.

14113 sq.ft.

14763 sq.ft.

Central Sterile

Radiography

27681 sq.ft.

12500 sq.ft.

Atrium

Atrium

Interventional

Imaging

15000 sq.ft.

Speech Therapy

Dining

6th Floor

9th Floor 39247 sq.ft 36 beds 356 sf per bed

Family Space

Oncology

30113 sq.ft.

Physical Therapy 11148 sq.ft.

Roof Plan

Women’s Inpatient

PICU-INTERMEDIATE

18965 sq.ft.

25233 sq. ft.

8000 sq.ft.

Family Space

Post-Surgery

Surgery 32586 sq.ft.

30113 sq.ft. 32 beds

Family Space

32 beds

TOTAL FACILITY SF-617,070


TOTAL FACILITY SF-617,070

Programmatic section-A

section-A

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overhead

courtenay dr. entry

courtenary dr. view

roof garden


BOUT ME

a location near you....

Gregory Dean Swinton

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gswinto@gmail.com 843-709-7978


Experience Clemson University Clemson, SC August 2011 to Present Position: Graduate Assistant Responsibilities: Duties consist researching, coordinating, and illustrating information with regards to the design of the operating room. SmithGroup

Washington, DC

June 2011 to August 2011 December 2010 to January 2011

Position: Intern Responsibilities: Duties consisted of utilizing BIM for the design and production of several healthcare projects, assistant project coordination, and graphic studies. Brookwood Medical Center Birmingham, AL June 2010 to August 2010 Position: Facilities Management Intern Responsibilities: Duties consisted of coordination of disciplines, project planning, and assistant project management. Liollio Architecture Charleston, SC August 2008 to May 2009 Position: Architect Intern 1 Responsibilities: Duties consisted of BIM/CAD (Revit /AutoCAD) design and production for several institutional projects with budgets up to $90 million. VA Medical Center Charleston, SC May to August 2007-08 Position: Architect/Engineer Intern Responsibilities: Duties consisted of site drawing, CAD design, project planning, discipline coordination and schematic design for various projects within the hospital and its satellite clinics.

Skills

-Revit , AutoCAD, Sketch up, 3D Max, Adobe Photoshop, InDesign, Illustrator, Artlantis, Hand drawing

Education

Masters of Architecture + Health Clemson University GSAPP Summer Studio in New York Columbia University BFA in Visual Arts Clemson University

May 2012 Summer 2009 May 2008



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