SKYFUL MONTESSORI SCHOOL & KIDS CAFE FOR URBAN DWELLING FAMILIES
sky noun: the region of the clouds or the upper air; the upper atmosphere of the earth. -ful a suffix: “full of,” “characterized by” ; “tending to,” “able to” ; “as much as will fill” .
SKYFUL IS A Montessori school + a Kids cafe in a skyscraper that is full of child dedicated spaces for urban children and Aqua hotel guests in downtown Chicago
“Welcome to Chicago, Kids”
TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. Project Description 2. Research • • • • •
Philosophy Mission statement Project feasibility Stakeholders Project site
Demographic Building analysis Day lighting condition Code & regulation
5. Design Concept
• Cafe Phill, Bucharest • Taka tuka land, Berlin • Kids cafe Piccolo, Seoul
• Design concept • Mood board • Color palette
7. Schematic Design
8. Final Design
• Lobby • Playground • Sketches
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Floor plans Lobby, Kids cafe Auditorium, Classrooms Infirmary
3. Programs • • • •
Bubble diagram Daily schedule Membership Operating hours
6. Design Strategy • • • •
Kids’ size vs adult size Clear circulation Interactive design elements Superior indoor
9. Playground • • • •
Perspective views Design elements HVAC system Construction Documents
PROJECT DESCRIPTION 05
If you want to do something nice for a child, give them an environment where they can touch things as much as they want ~ Buckminster Fuller
PHILOSOPHY The design intent of early skyscrapers was to create a “City within a City.” Does it have a space for children for a family to survive? Evolution of skyscraper One of the first skyscraper in 1960’s is Marina City in Chicago. The concept for Marina City was “City within a City.” This mixed-used building include facilities such as a theatre, gym, swimming pool, ice rink, bowling alley, restaurant and commercial stores. Therefore, people who live in the building don’t have to go out. However, all of these facilities are targeted only for adults, and there is no space for children. A skyscraper needs to be child-friendly in order to accomplish the goal of “City within a City.“ 07
â€œCity within a Cityâ€?
Typical facilities at luxury high-rise apartments:
MISSION STATEMENT Skyful is a child oriented space in a skyscraper dedicated to urban dwellers who want to raise their children in an urban environment 8
Trends & Issues
What is the trend of early education in urban cities around the world?
How important is the environment in early childhood education?
• Kid’s cafes are very popular in very crowded urban cities like Seoul and Tokyo. • Kid’s cafes have children’s playground inside a restaurant/cafe providing safe and joyful environment for children while their parents eat and drink coffee on the other side. • Kid’s cafes provides not only safe and fun playground but also gives lessons or provides famous learning materials such as Montessori and Froebel learning materials.
• Children’s experiences are limited by their surroundings. Therefore, the environment we provide for them has a crucial impact on the way the child’s brain develops. • Many children spend a large portion of their wakeful hours in early childhood group settings. A baby beginning child care will spend up to 12,000 hours in the program This is more time than he/she will spend in both elementary and secondary school.
How the project benefits: social, economic, cultural, and environmental? What is the project goal? • Majority of mixed-used residents are young single professionals or high class mid-age professionals which illustrates that mixed-used life is not ideal for young couple with children because the building is not child-friendly. • Child-friendly space, Skyful solves the problem of “Isolation, lack of neighbor hood feel” in high-rise living and provides a fun & safe place for urban children in the sky of Chicago • Skyful provides the outdoor environment indoor.
“This is possible..”
PROJECT FEASIBILITY Skyful contains all the features that urban parents wanted for their children
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According to the U.S. Census Bureau, Chicago is the fastest growing city in the U.S. U.N. projections states that by 2050, two out of every three people on the planet will be an urban dweller. Demanding of Hotel baby sitting is rising among working parents. Lack of safe playgrounds in Chicago downtown.
+ WORKING PARENTS Professional parents who work in the aqua building can leave their children at the skyful chid care while they are working. Since they are in the same building, the parents can have lunch with their child/ren.
STAKEHOLDERS Skyful’s stakeholders are Aqua residents, hotel guests, working parents and urban kids
• Skyful Montessori school is only for Aqua residents. • Skyful Kids cafe & child care is for hotel guests and visitors. 13
+ URBAN KIDS Children are close to their parents and home. Urban children will be exposed to a multi-cultural environment. They will experience a ecofriendly, playful environment with a great view of Chicago downtown.
+ HOTEL GUESTS The skyful child care is open until midnight specially for the Radisson blu hotel guests. The guests can leave their children with a baby sitter to tend to their business or their friendâ€™s wedding. 13
+ AQUA RESIDENTS Aqua residents do not have to drive to a child care center to drop/pick up their children. The skyful child care will bring the aqua tower residentsâ€™ relationship closer by hosting family activities in the building. 15
PROJECT SITE Skyful contains all the features that urban parents wanted for their children
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There are about 10 child care within the zip code 60601. There are about 8 apartments and condos within the zip code 60601. There are no elementary school within the zip code 60601. There is the millennium park across from the street however, it is not safe for children to go there by themselves.
Child care & day care within the zip code Apartments & condos within the zip code 60601 Aqua tower 10 6
“Search for data...”
Free the child’s potential, and you will transform him into the world. ~ Maria Montessori 1
DEMOGRAPHIC Study of zip code 60601 demographic to analyze the neighborhood and determine target customers • • • • • • • 19
Census 2010 Total Population : 11,110 Median Age : 32.6 Under 5 years : 329 (3%) 5 to 9 years : 152 (1.4%) Median Household Income : $88,229 Average household size : 1.64 Average family size : 2.41
• Race - White 7,568 (68.1%) - Asian 2,255 (20.3%) - Black 757 (6.8%) • Average annual cost of child cares: Infant care 4-year-old School Age $12,199 $ 8,996 $5,782
BUILDING ANALYSIS Aqua tower is an 82-story mixed-use residential skyscraper in the Lakeshore East development in downtown Chicago
+ 225 N Columbus Dr #220, Chicago, IL 60601 + Downtown, The Loop + Cook County + Zip Code : 60601
Luxury condominiums & penthouses
Luxury rental residences
Radisson Blue hotel
Retail & office 5
+ Typical Floor Plan 50
Aqua Tower + Design team: Studio Gang Architects + Owner/developer: Magellan development group + Hotel operator: Radisson Blu + Floor/program: - Luxury condominiums & penthouses: floors 53-80 (21.37%) - Luxury rental residences: floors 19-52 (24.22%) - Hotel: floor 4-18 (13.6%) - Retail & office: floors 1-3 (2.97%) + Average typical floor area: 16,000 sq ft (1,500 m2)
DAYLIGHTING CONDITION Skyful program locations are determined according to natural light conditions.
Building materials The existing building materials are concrete floor and full height exterior glazing. According to the design firm of this building, Studio Gang Architects, all glass has low-e coatings to increase energy efficiency. Glass on east and south facades are reflective in areas without a protective balcony. Glass facing west has a tinted coating that improves its shading coefficient. In total, Aqua employs six different types of glass: clear, tinted, reflective, spandrel and translucent. Also, natural ventilation and HVAC systems should be incorporated into design to provide fresh environment to kids. 25
Montessori School Cafeteria
Skyful Lobby Reception desk
Locker/ Montessori School student drop/ pick up
Auditorium/ Enrichment activity room
Kids’ Cafe Library
Kids’ Cafe Staff Office
Kids’ Cafe Chid Care Room
18th floor plan
Montessori Kindergarten Classroom
Montessori Elementary Classroom
Montessori Elementary Classroom
Montessori Kindergarten Classroom
Kids’ Cafe Private Party Room
Vertical Circulation Staircase
19th floor plan
Kids’ Cafe Dining Room
Program locations The daylighting design intent for Skyful Child Care is to create a playful environment for kids. Skyful Child Care center is located on the 18th and 19th floor on Aqua Building in Chicago. The sunlight does not come in deep inside of this building because of the wavy balconies that extend out as far as 2 feet to 12 feet. To maximize the solar performance in the playground, two floors are combined and created a double height space. On the North side, where not much lighting coming in, there are library and infant/ toddlers’ nap room are placed. According to Montessori professor at Xavier university, too much daylighting make kids hyper. Therefore, accurate electric light control is preferred than natural lighting on the East and South where Montessori classrooms and activity rooms are. Cafeteria is located on the West. 201 86
DAYLIGHT STUDIES December 21st
September 21st 27
6 pm December 21st
September 21st 201 86
CODE & REGULATIONS Illinois child/staff ratio standards for day care centers • Minimum square footage per child (by age) Infant Toddler Kindergartner Elementary 92 ft2/ch 65 ft2/ch 62 ft2/ch 62 ft2/ch
• Classroom size by age 8 Infants 10 Toddlers 8 Kindergartners 10 Elementary 736 ft2 650 ft2 496 ft2 620 ft2
• Licensed Child Care Centers must meet Illinois Department of Children and Family Services (DCFS) standards for health and safety including child to staff ratios and required space per child. • Whenever children of different ages are combined, the staff/child ratio and maximum group size must be based on the age of the youngest child in the group. • Infants and toddlers must be in separate space away from older children 29
CHILD/STAFF RATIO Infant : Staff
birth - 18 months
Kindergartner : Teacher 3-6 years
Number of Skyful students • Maximum # of infants : 8 • Maximum # of toddlers : 10 • Maximum # of kindergartners : 16 • Maximum # of elementary students : 20 • Total # of students : 54
Toddler : Staff
18 - 36 months
Elementary student : Teacher 6-9 years, 9-12 years
Number of Skyful instructors • # of staffs for infants : 3 • # of staff for toddlers : 2 • # of teachers for kindergartners : 2 • # of teachers for elementary students : 2 • Total # of instructors : 9
Interplay between the object and the child makes his total world â€” play. He exploits the vitality of his environment and draws upon his imagination to create his world. ~ M. Paul Friedberg
BUBBLE DIAGRAM The spacial relationship of areas and rooms in Skyful is determined by its functionality, aesthetic qualities, cost, and general comfort
Areas of Supervision
Kindergarten Class Room Kindergarten Class Room
Montessori Teachers’ Office
Kids’ Cafe Private Party Room
Montessori Cafeteria Skyful Lobby Elementary Class Room
Montessori School Drop/Pick up Area Elementary Class Room
Visitor’s Entrance Kids’ Cafe Staffs’ Office
Auditorium/ Enrichment activity room
Kids’ Cafe Dining Area
Kids’ Cafe Infant/Toddler’s Room
Playground Kids’ Cafe Library
Infant/Toddler birth - 36 months
DAILY SCHEDULE Child Care - Hourly Before School Care Montessori School After School Care Night Care 35
Kindergarten Lower Elementary Upper Elementary 3 - 6 years
6 - 9 years
9 - 12 years
Operating Hours Kids’ Cafe
• 9 am - 10 pm • Serves breakfast, lunch and dinner
• 7 pm - 11 pm • Pay hourly
• 7 am - 6 pm • Pay hourly
• 8 am - 12 pm - Morning School • 12 pm - 3 pm - Afternoon School • 3 pm - 6 pm - Night School
MEMBERSHIP & OPERATING HOURS
• Loyalty card - $ 5 off on every $100 spent • Birthday discount - 20% off • Exclusive offers
• $ 25/hr • $ 15/hr if you are dining in • Skyful students get 10% discount
• $ 20/hr • $ 12/hr if you are dining in • Skyful students get 10% discount
• Monthly tuition Kindergarten
*Hotel guest get 10% discount
Morning & Afternoon
$ 1,050/month 301 86
The purpose of education is to replace an empty mind with an open one. ~ Malcolm Forbes
CAFE PHILL, BUCHAREST Simple, clean, modern atmosphere yet still playful with colorful furniture 2
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Project : Cafe Phill Designer : Nuca Studio Location : Bucharest, Romania Program : Cafe/restaurant
• Colorful furniture in white interior
• Clear circulation 401 860
TAKA TUKA LAND, BERLIN Sensually immediate architecture with a large-scale object throughout the space
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Project : Taka tuka land kindergarten Designer : The Baupiloten Location : Berlin, Germany Program : Kindergarten
• Kids size display wall & closet
• Large scale climbing structure 41 82
KIDS CAFE PICCOLO A space where the ‘children’ is the protagonists adults were the ancillary customers
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Project : Kids cafe Piccolo Designer : Podium Location : Seoul, South Korea Program : Cafe, play room
â€˘ Kids size wall & engaging designed doorway
â€˘ Open enclosure space 44
DESIGN CONCEPT 45
Design creates culture. Culture shapes values. Values determine the future. Design is therefore responsible for the world our children will live in. ~ Robert L. Peters.
DESIGN CONCEPT Nature inspired forms reinterpreted in urban materials • • • • • • 47
waterfall : stair ripples : circle floor patterns catepillar : expanding furniture light shadow in forest : perforated canopy reed : undulating wood partition rabbit hole : kids size holes on walls
MOOD BOARD Neutral, pastel background with vivid color furniture
Red Red has the ability to energize the body and excite the mind, increasing heart and breathing rates. Red is great as an accent but might not be the best room color for an already restless child.
Pink Pink evokes empathy and femininity and creates a calming atmosphere. However, despite an initial calming effect, pink can become irritating over time, leading to agitation and anxiety.
COLOR PALETTE Orange Orange encourages confidence, extroversion and independence. The social nature of this color also puts children and their friends at ease, inspiring communication and cooperation.
Yellow Most of us associate yellow with feelings of happiness and cheerfulness. Studies also pair this bright and cheery color with motivation; softer yellows can aid concentration, while brighter ones can increase memory.
Blue Blue decreases feelings of anxiety and aggression and lowers blood pressure and heart rates. Children who experience tantrums or other behavioral problems may appreciate the soothing effects of a blue room.
Purple Often associated with royalty, purple is ambitious and self-assured. It’s also the color of passion, creativity, wisdom and spirituality. This deep and emotive color is great for inspiring sensitivity and compassion in children.
Green This calming, natural color has a soothing impact on a child. Scientists have also found that green may improve a child’s reading speed and comprehension. There’s no need to keep this anxietyreducing color to a minimum. 52
DESIGN STRATEGY 53
A designer is an emerging synthesis of artist, inventor, mechanic, objective economist and evolutionary strategists. ~ Richard Buckminster Fuller
1) Kids size vs Adult size distinct site lines at child height
4 DESIGN STRATEGIES
2) Clear circulation through the space symbol directions on columns
3) Interactive design elements that capture a childâ€™s imagination + getâ€™s them thinking
4) Good nature light + superior indoor daylighting strategy + HVAC system
SCHEMATIC DESIGN 57
Design is not just what it looks like and feels like. Design is how it work ~ Steve Jobs
Bringing the exterior of the building inside
The contour walls are undulating vertically
LOBBY DESIGN PROCESS Phase 1 Fluid space with contour walls and furniture
Sheer fabrics are hung on green rods and wave gently when air blows from the ventilation
Meeting room behind the reception desk
Natural light penetrate through the perforated panels
Phase 2 Fluid space with hanging sheer fabrics on the ceiling
Interactive push and pull shelves 60
Dropped ceiling and partition wall with seating separate and enclosure the playground from the walkway
PLAYGROUND DESIGN PROCESS Phase 1 Extruded topographic floors and walls
Phase 2 Nature + City: Urban city landscape
Grand stair with orange pods mimic the form of ant farm and undulating wood partitions in the middle mimics the look of reeds 62
F I N A L DESIGN 63
Great design is all about details. With innovative material selection, sensible construction techniques and modern aesthetics one can craft a unique design language that sets a new standard. ~ Roi James
11 13 Exit
1. Skyful lobby / Reception desk 2. Kids cafe - Lobby
8. Infirmary 9. Communal area
3. Kids cafe - Library 4. Kids cafe - Child care room 5. Kids cafe - Faculty office 6. Kids cafe - Bathroom 7. Skyful playground
10. Skyful Montessori - Auditorium / Enrichment activity room 11. Skyful Montessori - Bathroom 12. Skyful Montessori - Cafeteria 13. Skyful Montessori - Lockers 14. Aquarium
1 10 Exit
19TH FLOOR 1. Kids cafe - bathroom 2. Kids cafe - Reception / Waiting area
8. Skyful Montessori - Elementary classroom 9. Skyful Montessori - Elementary classroom
3. Kids cafe - Private dining room 4. Kids cafe - Kitchen 5. Kids cafe - Dining area 6. Kids cafe - Spiral 7. Kids cafe - Balcony
10. Skyful Montessori - Bathroom 11. Skyful Montessori - Kindergarten classroom 12. Skyful Montessori - Kindergarten classroom 13. Skyful Montessori - Office supply room 14. Skyful Montessori - Teachersâ€™ office 66
SKYFUL LOBBY â€œWavesâ€? The skyful lobby has the matching wavy ceiling and floor pattern. The lobby is full of interactive design elements such as indoor bike lanes, aquarium and sliding bookshelves.
The organic shaped sofa is one of the 4 points where the wavy ceiling opens up to emphasize its existence. 67
The aquarium with seatings + built-in bookshelves
SKYFUL CAFE LOBBY â€œThe light boxâ€? The full height glass panels have perforated white stickers on to create provides the space comforting and welcoming atmosphere.
Beijing Noodle No.9, Caesars Palace, Las Vegas
Lobby, Mandarin Oriental, Barcelona
KIDS CAFE LIBRARY “2D to 3D”, “3D to 2D” The green stripes keep alternating its function by becoming 2D graphics on the wall and 3D shelving, desks and curtains
The floor is elevated by 2 ft
KIDS CAFE CHILD CARE ROOM “Primary colors” Infants and toddlers are baby-sit in this room when their parents are away.
4 Detachable stroller can be locked on the green table for infants’ napping
AUDITORIUM / ENRICHMENT ACTIVITY ROOM “Circus” In this space, special events, extra school activities such as dancing, music, martial art classes are held.
INFIRMARY “Hidden furniture“ Infirmary is located next to playground for children’s safety. There are built-in beds, desks and storage spaces.
MONTESSORI CLASSROOMS “Moveable furniture” “Modular furniture” “Manipulatable furniture”
Better a broken arm than a broken spirit. ~ Lady Allen of Hurtwood
PLAYGROUND “Urban landscape“
The overall atmosphere of the playground is urban landscape. There are dynamic spaces for individuals or groups. 77
Structure wire covered with a clear tube
â€œAnt farmâ€? The design of the stair is derived from an ant farm. There are 6 group pods where kids can mingle.
The wood flooring and group pod sit on the metal structural staircase and screwed together.
“Group pods“ In this group pods, kids can watch a movie, write or draw on the smart TV. There are total of 6 pods: 2 at 2’ 6” high, 1 at 5’ high, 1 at 15’ high, and 2 at 15’ 7” high. There are four different size of pods; it can fit 2 to 4 people depend on the size.
Mattress Grey oak wood
The living stone furniture
The organic shape seatings are at 3 different heights for different age groups: 14” height for 6-8 yrs 16” height for 8-10 yrs 18” height for 11+ yrs 80
“Spiral slide & balcony”
The spiral slide is the fastest way to come down to the playground from the cafe. There is a ball pit at the landing for children’s safety. The balcony is available for the cafe customers to overlook the playground 81
Indoor spiral slide
There are five individual trampolines on undulating PVC flooring. Trampolines are measured 3 feet in diameter. Dark blue rings around the mesh is non toxic PU mattresses.
supply air duct
cooling coils heating coils fan filter
outside air duct
return air duct
HVAC SYSTEMS “Heating” “Natural ventilation” “Air conditioning”
Natural ventilation detail
Reflected ceiling plan
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THE DESIGNER Jean Giwon Baik Bachelor of Science Interior Design College of Design, Architecture, Art & Planning University of Cincinnati firstname.lastname@example.org 847.682.9555
Kids space in the skyscraper Jean Baik â€˘ Interior Design Capstone 2014 University of Cincinnati