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JESSICA ALVAREZ

INTERIOR DESIGNER


JESSICA ALVAREZ

INTERIOR DESIGNER


COPYRIGHT @ 2018 JESSICA ALVAREZ All rights reserved. No part of this book may be used or reproduced in any manner without the written permission of Jessica Alvarez. JESSICA ALVAREZ PHONE: 510.634.8436 EMAIL: jessaffect13@gmail.com ACADEMY OF ART UNIVERSITY 79 New Montgomery Street San Francisco, CA 94105 DIRECTOR: Archana Myer INSTRUCTOR: Leonarda Tamayo COURSE: Portfolio Preparation PAPER: White paper stock TYPEFACE: Calibri, Bell MT SOFTWARE: Adobe Acrobat Pro DC PHOTOGRAPHY: Jessica Alvarez Shutterstock / Google / Pinterest CAMERA: iPhone 6S PRINTER: CAL PRINTING 2300 Stevens Creek Boulevard San Jose, CA 95128 BINDERY / PINE PRESS PRINTING BINDING AND COPYIING 1330 S Mary Ave. Sunnyvlae, CA 94087


Dedicated to my parents Jesse and Rosie. I am thankful for their endless support through this journey and for encouraging me to follow my passions.


CONTENTS NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC [ 8 - 27 ] Senior Studio 5

FRESCO MARKET PLACE [ 28 - 47 ] Commercial Design

Spring 2018

Spring 2016

Adobe Acrobat Adobe InDesign Adobe Photoshop Revit 2018

Adobe Acrobat Adobe InDesign Adobe Photoshop Revit 2017

EAST HILLS SERENITY [ 48 - 75 ] Hospitality

MARIOTTO’S RESIDENCE [ 76 - 95 ] Residential

Spring 2017

Fall 2016

Adobe Acrobat Adobe InDesign Adobe Photoshop Revit 2018

Adobe Acrobat Adobe InDesign Adobe Photoshop Revit 2018


National Geographic Project Spring 2018 Location History Case Study Commercial Case Studies Program Requirements Concept Egress & Code Compliance Bubble Diagrams Preliminary Floor Plans Floor Plans RCP Plans Elevations Renderings Sketches


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NATIONAL GEOGR APHIC

LOCATION

The Presidio

Property Information LOCATION 34 Graham Street San Francisco, CA between Anza & Owen Street LAND USE: Public and Mixed Use Lot Area: 42,000 sq. ft. Building Area: 6,600 sq. ft. 2 Stories: Basement Mission Revival Architectural Style Historical Preservation DEMOGRAPHICS Population: 3,309 Family Household: 578 Median Age: 30 Single: 1,442 Married: 450 Non-Family Household: 586 Total Household: 1,663 EDUCATION Bachelors Degree: 67% Graduate Degree: 20% INCOME Average Household $109,406


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NATIONAL

Historic Landmark

The Presidio is a National Historic Landmark where there are scenic views, social public attractions, museums, local churches and a state park. The unique and diverse area is enriched with various types of architecture, creative types of architecture, organically styled landscapes and plenty of open space to enjoy nature walks, a library and other educational attractions. It is surrounded by the National Historic Landmark since 1862 Golden Gate National Recreation Area since 1994 U.S. Military Period 1846-1994 Parcel/ Lot: Year Built: Topography: Zoning District:

1300/001 1921 Mostly flat Presidio District of San Francisco

Pacific Ocean, tourist attractions, a park, social environments and residential communities.


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NATIONAL GEOGR APHIC

HISTORICAL

Insights

The Presidio contains rich history dating back to 740 AD, when the native Ohlone cultures populated the surrounding area. Native Americans called the San Francisco Bay home for over ten thousand years. They were well organized and formed around fifty tribes prior to the Spanish settlement. The Spanish arrived to the Presidio in 1776 in order to establish the northernmost of their empire in the western part of North America. The area fell under the Mexican rule for the next twenty four years before the United States Army took over control in 1824. The Spanish military and civilians arrived to build on the land, established security for military use, produced a mission, and settlements for residential communities.


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PRECEDENT

Case Study

Mission San Miguel is a National Historic Landmark and has been an important part of the Central Coast history for over 200 years. The Mission was named for the Archangel Saint Michael and was founded by Franciscan Father Fermin Francisco De Lasuen on July 25, 1797. It was designed to close the gap between Mission San Antonio to the North and Mission San Luis Obispo to the South. It served the public as a Catholic church for a large community of Salinas Indians that inhabited the area. More than a thousand Salinas were living and working at the mission. The church was lost in a fire and a temporary was placed by 1806. A new adobe church was built with tiles, a stone foundations and adobe blocks. The church’s appearance today is much the same as when it was built.

Mission San Miguel 775 Mission Street San Miguel, CA 93451 Building Type:

Public

Building Material: Tile / Adobe blocks County:

San Luis Obispo

Project Size:

17, 420 sq. ft.

Founded:

1797

Rebuilt:

1816

Established:

1821


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NATIONAL GEOGR APHIC

COMMERCIAL

Insights

Mercedes-Benz Thailand Headquarters AIA Sathorn Tower, 20th Floor 11/1 South Sathorn Road Yannawa, Sathorn Bangkok, Thailand, 10120 Architect: PBM Kampanart Tejavanija, Kiatrabin Tejavanija, Krisanee Tejavanija, Kungwansiri Tejavanija, and Narote Kittivanichanon Client: Mercedes-Benz Thailand Co., Ltd. Size: 8202 sq. ft. Style: Modern Shape: Square Concept: Stars Completed: May 30, 2017 Building Type: Commercial

The new headquarters office of Mercedes-Benz is designed by inspiration from one of their founders, Mr. Gottlieb Daimler. The designer captured the concept of stars to create the movement and the connection in the new working space. The building provides a function and flexible spaces that produce lots of natural sunlight.


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GLOBAL CULTURAL

Exploration Case Study

The Asian Art Museum is located across the street from Civic Center in Downtown San Francisco, California and was build in 1916 as the city’s Main Public Library. The building was redesigned in 2003 by architect Gae Aulenti. It is open to the public and attracts students tourist and local people interested in culture, history and design. The building has tall ceilings, and is mostly constructed of concrete, glass and metal structures. The architectural style is a blend of classical and modern design elements. The museum contained cultural and historic significant collections of Asian and Europe artifacts. The interior design incorporated the use of glass throughout the building which drew in a good source of natural sunlight.

I was interested in their desire for their Gods, how they worshiped them. I found it interesting how they connected the Goddess with nature, fertility and prosperity. I enjoyed viewing the lime stone sculptures, the unique Japanese teahouses, the woodblock art work, the crafted gold and wood jewelry and their architecture styles that includes line, forms, highly detailed shapes organic curves and flamboyant color schemes.


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NATIONAL GEOGR APHIC

PROGRAM

Requirements

- Design a museum and national headquarters for National Geographic - (2) Restrooms for women & men and (2) ADA compliant - Staff Room with kitchenette - Conference room, Manager office, Director and Executive offices - (2) Utility Room for electrical, telecom, data and mechanical devices - Lobby with reception desk and seating area - Small private office (1) - Exhibition room - Janitor room - Loading dock - Work stations - Store -Cafe

Programming Level One

Level Two

Total sq.ft. = 5,470 sq. ft.

Total sq. ft. = 4,270 sq. ft.

Notes: 5,550 sq. ft per floor

Notes: 5,550 sq. ft. per floor level

Circulation: 25% = 4,350

Circulation: 25% = 5,550

Total: 11,020 sq. ft.

Total: 9,820 sq. ft.


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ORGANIZATIONAL

Charts

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC

PUBLIC SPACES CAFE

OFFICE SPACES SUPPORTING SPACES

LOBBY

TELECOM/DATA (2)

EXHIBITION RESTROOMS (4)

MECHANICAL (2) JANITORIAL (2)

PRIVATE OFFICES ART DIRECTOR

OFFICE SUPPORTING SPACES

REGIONAL MANAGER

XEROX ROOM

SENIOR EDITOR SENIOR WEB EDITOR MARKETING DIRECTOR

Bubble Diagram Level One

WORK SPACES

RECEPTION MEETING ROOM CONFERENCE

Bubble Diagram Level two

ACCOUNTANT (2) OFFICE MANAGER MEMBERSHIP COORDINATOR HUMAN RESOURCES GRAPHIC DESIGNER (2) EDITORS (3)


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NATIONAL GEOGR APHIC

ADJACENCY

Room Diagrams

JANITORIAL

Level One Public Space

MAIL

RESTROOM

STORE

STAFF ROOM

EXHIBITION

SMALL MEETING

Semi Private Space Private Space LOBBY

High Adjacency Medium Adjacency

TELECOM

Low Adjacency Plumbing

XEROX

MECH.

RECEPTION

RESTROOM

ELECTRICAL

Acoustical Detail

WORK SPACE

Natural Sunlight LOADING DOCK

STORAGE

CAFE

Level Two Public Space

RESTROOM

ART DIRECTOR

Semi Private Space Private Space High Adjacency

JANITORIAL WORK STATIONS

Medium Adjacency

XEROX ACCOUNTING

Low Adjacency Plumbing Acoustical Detail

EDITORS

TELECOM

MARKETING DIRECTOR

MECH.

STORAGE

ELECTRICAL

Natural Sunlight

GRAPHIC DESIGNER MARKETING DIRECTOR KITCHEN

WORK STATIONS

WORK STATIONS


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ORGANIZATIONAL

Design Concepts

By utilizing the process of design I will incorporate open space design features and pathways. I plan to include aesthetic and organic shapes that reflect the natural development space and features. I would like to make efficient use of the natural sun light to heat and open the windows for ventilation to cool the interior building. Including sustainable design elements and product will allow me to design a more healthy, clean, and safer environment for the public. Making sure I have flexible, universal and ADA compliant accessibility will enhance further detail my design developments. The exterior and interior structure will follow simple patterns that are repeated for a functional flow through the adjacent spaces. I plan to use local reclaimed wood, recycled porcelain and glass materials. Selecting color schemes, materials, and patterns that blend well together will help me create an more inviting space that may attract potential clients, the public and other educational institutions.


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NATIONAL GEOGR APHIC

CONCEPT

Eucalyptus Tree

The eucalyptus tree is a non native tree that is seen throughout the planet globally. The tree is native to Australia, New Guinea and Indonesia. It is also know as the gum tree and portrays historic values that represents growth over time, strength, flexibility and adapts to is surrounding nature easily. It survives in cold, windy, sunny, misty and foggy climates and environments. I was inspired by the easy maintenance, the longevity of the tree’s life span and how it can adapt in various locations. My goal is provide a clear, safe, spacious open floor plan that will last over time and be suitable with low or no toxic chemical and energy efficient appliances for all user types.


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NATIONAL GEOGR APHIC

CIRCULATION PATH

Egress and Code Analysis

Level One N.T.S. A

B

C

D

www.autodesk.com/revit

LEGEND

E

Consultant Address Address Phone Fax e-mail

1 HR. FIRE RATED WALL 2 HR. FIRE RATED WALL

1

SMALL OFF.

STAFF

EXHIBITION #2

JANITOR

Consultant Address Address Phone Fax e-mail

EGRESS

Consultant Address Address Phone Fax e-mail

ACCESS PATH

BUILDING IS EQUIP. WITH AUTOMATIC SPRINKLER SYSTEM

Consultant Address Address Phone Fax e-mail

UP

Consultant Address Address Phone Fax e-mail

DISTANCE BETWEEN EGRESS STAIRWELL 82’

6' - 0"

STAIR A

2

7' - 0"

BUILDING DISTANCE 120’

ELEV CAFE

STORE

NORTH

TOTAL = 4, 520 SQ. FT.

MECH. MENS RR

WOMANS RR

LEVEL ONE

ELEC. 2' - 0"

2' - 0"

Room Names

STAIR B UP

LOBBY

620

30

M

315

30

11

A-3

677

30

23

A-3

Cafe

1

NORTH

1st FLOOR PLAN 1/4" = 1'-0"

A

B

C

D

508

30

A

104

100

1

A-2

846

30

28

Loading/ Storage

B

215

100

2

A

363

100

4

Small Office

A

283

100

3

Men’s Restroom

B

307

100

3

Women’s Restroom

B

282

100

3

OWNER

TOTAL OCC LOAD

E

Project Number Date Author Checker

Drawn By

LEGEND

Checked By

A101

Consultant Address Address Address Phone

1 HR. FIRE RATED WALL Scale OFF.3 2 HR. FIRE RATED WALL

STAIR A

TOTAL = 3, 512 SQ. FT. MENS RR

WOMENS RR

LEVEL TWO

ELEC. 3

FEC STAIR B

WORK STATION 3

OFF. 5

OFF. 4

JANITOR

4

Level Two N.T.S.

NORTH

ROOM NAME LOBBY

DN

OFF. 6

NORTH

BUILDING DISTANCE 120’

MECH.

XEROX

Consultant Address Address Address Phone

Consultant Address Address Address Phone

CONF. KIT.

TELE.

BUILDING EQUIP. WITH AUTOMATIC SPRINKLERS

DISTANCE BETWEEN EGRESS STAIRWELL 82’

ELEV

2nd FLOOR PLAN 1/4" = 1'-0"

Consultant Address Address Address Phone

ACCESS PATH 2

1

Consultant Address Address Address Phone

EGRESS

UP

LOBBY

116

Issue www.autodesk.com/revit

Date

WORK STATION 2

17

Staff

Project Number

WORK STATION 1

21

JESSICA A. FIRST FLOOR

1

OFF. 2

OCC Load

A-3

Janitor

4

Date

Load Factor

Lobby

Exhibition 2

LOADING/ STORAGE

SQ. FT.

Store Exhibition 1

EXHIBITION #1

Description

OCC Group

No. OCC GROUP

Description

SQ. FT

A-3

Date

LOAD FACTOR

220

OCC LOAD

100

2

CONFERENCE

A

525

30

17

OFFICE 2

B

230

100

2

OFFICE 3

B

316

100

3

OFFICE 4

B

216

100

2

OFFICE 5

B

237

100

2

OFFICE 6

B

226

100

2

KITCHENETTE

B

208

100

2

WORK STATION 1

B

325

100

3

WORK STATION 2

B

340

100

3

XEROX

B

170

100

2

JANITOR

B

126

100

1

MEN’S RESTROOM

B

WOMEN’S RESTROOM

B

307 100 JESSICA A.

TOTAL OCC LOAD

OWNER

282

100

3 3

SECOND FLOOR 53 Project Number Date Drawn By Checked By

Scale

Project Number Issue Date Author Checker

A102

1/4" = 1'-0"

3/21/2018 10:38:00 PM

ENTRY

No.

3

FEC

3/21/2018 8:35:51 PM

TELE.


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NATIONAL GEOGR APHIC

PRELIMINARY

Floor Plans A

C

B

D

E

DESIGN FEATURES:

1

ww

WORK STATION STAFF RM

- Open space floor plan - Linear & horizontal building structure - Natural sun light - Reduce energy usage - ADA compliant restrooms - Clear access areas through hallways - Low toxic and chemical products - Title 24 compliant for light fixtures - Visible signage to exit - Lounge areas

SM OFFICE

Consultant Address Address Address Phone

EXIBITION #2 MAIL RM

UP

STAIR A

LOCKER

MECH

LOBBY

Consultant Address Address Address Phone

CLO.

2 Consultant Address Address Address Phone

ELEV

ENTRY

Consultant Address Address Address Phone

ELEC. PANEL

EXIBITION #1

REST. #1

Consultant Address Address Address Phone

TELECOM

3

RECEPTION

No.

STAIR B UP

VISITOR STATION

SEATING LOUNGE

STORE

STORAGE

CAFE

4

O

1

NORTH

1st Floor A 1/4" = 1'-0"

Pro

NORTH

Level One: N.T.S.

FIRST

LOADING DOCK

Project Number Date Drawn By Checked By

A

B

C

D

E

DESIGN FEATURES:

Scale

1

HUMAN RESOURCES

- Spacious private offices - Open space work stations - Title 24 compliant lighting features - Easily access room and circulation path - Easily to clean flooring and fabrics - ADA compliant seating spaces - Make good use of natural sunlight

ACCOUNTING

MARKETING DIRECTOR

GRAPHIC DESIGNERS

ART DIRECTOR

UP

STAIR A 2

LOBBY

ELEV

CONFERENCE

MEMBER COOR.

RESTROOM RECEPTION

MECH.

KITCHEN

TELE. ELEC.

N 3

XEROX

STAIR B

DN

REGIONAL MANAGER

OFFICE MANAGER

SENIOR WEB EDITOR

EDITOR SPECIALISTS

4

Level Two: N.T.S. 1

2nd Floor 2B 1/4" = 1'-0"

NORTH

NORTH

Proj

Date

Draw

Che

Sca


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NATIONAL GEOGR APHIC

RCP

Floor Plans

A

B

D

C

E

LIGHTING LEGEND

WW

EQ

1' - 7"

4' - 8"

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

SA

EQ

4' - 1" 4' - 8"

EQ

EQ

EQ

2

4' - 3 1/2"

4' - 3 1/2"

EQ

FE

S

EQ

4' - 4 1/2"

2' - 7"

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

EQ

4' - 8"

EQ

EQ

SA

EQ

EQ

EQ

EQ

EQ EQ

EXIT

3' - 4"

S

EQ

SA

EQ

EQ

EXIT

EQ

EQ

EQ

ELEC. SERVICE PANEL

N

FIRE ALAM STROBE

O

LINEAR PENDANT

P

CHANDELIER

NOTES: 1. ALL LIGHT FICTURES MUST COMPLY WITH CALIFORNIA TITLE 24 REQUIREMENTS.

EXIT

SA

EQ

3

4' - 6"

SA

S

EQ

EQ

2. EMERGENCY BATTERY PACK IS PLACED WITHIN LIGHT FICTURES.

EQ

3. ALL CEILING HEIGHTS ARE @12'-0" AFF, U.O.N.

LOBBY EQ

EQ EQ

EQ

EQ

EQ

EQ

LOADING/STORAGE

EQ

EQ

EQ

EQ

EQ

EQ

EQ

EQ

S

S

S S

S

SA

3' - 9"

2' - 3"

EQ

EQ

EQ

6' - 3 1/2"

7' - 8 1/2"

WALL SCONCE

SM. WALL SCONCE

3' - 10"

EQ

EQ

FE

3' - 3"

ELEC. SERVICE PANEL

EQ 1' - 7"

EQ

3' - 4" 3' - 3"

S

S

EXIT

EQ

3' - 7"

3' - 5"

EXIT

EQ

EQ

EQ

RETURN AIR VENT

WOMEN' S RR SA

SA

3' - 3 1/2"

4' - 3 1/2"

MEN' S RR

J

SA

3' - 0"

EQ

EQ

EQ

EQ

5' - 6 1/2"

S

SUPPLY DIFFUSER

M

3' - 8"

SA

EQ

EXHIBITION 2

3' - 8" EQ

3' - 6"

EXIT SIGN

I

EQ

SA

3' - 6"

9' - 6"

LARGE PENDANT

H

L

EQ

EQ

EQ

STORE

SMALL PENDANT

K

EQ

3' - 1 1/2"

SA

8" RECCESS CAN

MEDIUM PENDANT

6' - 3"

EQ

6" RECCESS CAN

G

EXIT

S 2 EQ A13

EQ

SMOKE ALARM

C

F

EQ

S S

B

E

5' - 0"

CAFE

2' - 10"

EQ

EQ

EQ

EQ 2' - 5 1/2"

3' - 8 1/2"

SA S/A

EQ

SA

SPRINKLER

D

2' - 8 1/2"

EQ

EQ

EXIT

EQ

S

S

DESCRIPTION

A

SA

EQ

EQ

STAFF RM

TYPE

S

S/A EQ

EQ

S

EQ

3' - 6" EQ

OFF. 1

EQ EQ

JANITOR

SA

SA

2' - 5"

3' - 5"

3' - 2"

EQ EQ

EQ

EQ

EQ

1

3' - 3"

4' - 8" 4' - 0"

EQ

3' - 1"

EQ

EQ

EQ

2' - 9"

SYMBOL

NORTH

EXHIBIT #1 EQ

EQ

EQ

EQ

EQ 6' - 1"

EQ

3' - 3"

3' - 2"

3' - 7"

EQ

N GEO

4

DROP CEILING @10"-0' A.F.F.

NORTH

Level One: N.T.S. 1

1ST FL

1st FLOOR RCP 1/4" = 1'-0"

Project Number

A

B

D

C

E

Date Drawn By

3' - 9"

1

Scale

4' - 10"

EQ

4' - 10"

EQ

EQ

S

2' - 10 1/2" 2' - 4"

S S S

EQ

2' - 7"

2' - 9"

3' - 9"

6' - 9"

EQ

LIGHTING LEGEND

SA EQ

EQ

SYMBOL

TYPE

EQ

EQ

EQ

EQ

4' - 5"

SA

EQ

EQ

3' - 4 1/2"

EQ

EQ

S

EQ

EQ

S

EQ

SA

EQ

EQ

EQ

S

EQ

S

S

A

SPRINKLER

S/A

B

SMOKE ALARM

C

6" RECCESS CAN

D

EQ

EQ

S

3' - 1 1/2"

3' - 2"

3' - 2"

EQ EQ

EQ

EQ

EQ

EQ

EQ

SUPPLY DIFFUSER

EQ EQ

K EQ

L EQ

M

3' - 1 1/2"

2' - 4"

3

FIRE ALAM STROBE

O

LINEAR PENDANT

EQ

S

S EQ

S/A

3' - 10"

S

S/A

S/A

EQ

EQ

EQ

P

CHANDELIER

SA

EQ

3' - 7"

3' - 10 1/2"

EQ

EQ

SA

SM. WALL SCONCE

ELEC. SERV. PANEL

N 5' - 0" EQ

1' - 11 1/2"

RETURN AIR VENT

WALL SCONCE

S 2' - 11 1/2"

2' - 6"

EXIT SIGN

I EQ EQ

EQ EQ

S

4' - 0" EQ

EQ

MEDIUM PENDANT

LARGE PENDANT

H

J

S

EQ

EQ

EQ

S

EXIT

EQ

EQ

EQ

EQ

5' - 1 1/2"

3' - 11"

S 3' - 6 1/2"

S/A

EQ

10' - 8 1/2"

EQ

2' - 9 1/2" EQ

EQ

EQ

4' - 8"

4' - 0"

3' - 7 1/2"

G

EQ

EQ

4' - 10"

S S

F

2

8" RECCESS CAN SMALL PENDANT

S

EQ

S

S

E

2' - 8 1/2"

S

S

EQ

EQ

EQ

S/A

EQ

2' - 0" EQ

4' - 8"

EQ

4' - 10"

SA

EQ

2' - 9"

4' - 0"

3' - 3"

EQ

DESCRIPTION

3' - 1 1/2"

5' - 1"

2' - 1"

WWW

2' - 9"

EQ

SA

3' - 2 1/2"

3' - 8"

EQ

EQ

2' - 3"

Checked By

9' - 1"

NOTES:

EQ

1. ALL LIGHT FICTURES MUST COMPLY WITH CALIFORNIA TITLE 24 REQUIREMENTS. EQ

4' - 2 1/2"

EQ

SA

EQ

EQ

4' - 9 1/2"

EQ 2' - 9 1/2" EQ

EQ

2' - 9 1/2"

EQ

2' - 5 1/2"

2' - 6 1/2"

2. EMERGENCY BATTERY PACK IS PLACED WITHIN LIGHT FICTURES.

Level Two: N.T.S. 2ND FLOOR RCP 1 1/4" = 1'-0"

NA GEO

2' - 7"

EQ

EQ

NORTH

EQ

4' - 5"

3' - 10" 2' - 7"

3. ALL CEILING HEIGHTS ARE @12'-0" AFF, U.O.N.

EQ

S

6' - 1"

EQ

S

S

EQ 4' - 3"

3' - 11"

EQ

EQ

S

SA

EQ

EQ

2' - 5 1/2"

4' - 0"

EQ

3' - 2 1/2"

4

NORTH

Project Number Date Drawn By Checked By


NATIONAL GEOGR APHIC

LEVEL ONE A

B

Lobby Floor Plan

D

C

Level One N.T.S.

E

1 10' - 10"

CAFE KITCHEN

A5

A5

CAFE 108

3

MICRO.

A13

1ST FLOOR CAFE SEATING AREA

4

14' - 2"

JANITOR 106

1

21' - 4"

1

15' - 6"

110

15' - 5 1/2"

STAFF

OFF. 1 113

15' - 11 1/2"

8' - 3"

1ST FLOOR CAFE 15' - 5 1/2" KITCHEN

23' - 8"

18' - 3 1/2"

A13

CLO.

ALLIGN. EQ.

STAIR A

6' - 0 1/2"

5' - 10"

UP

EXIT

6' - 3 1/2"

-

2

7' - 5" 15' - 6 1/2"

1' - 6"

ELEC. SERVICE PANEL

6' - 6" 8' - 11 1/2"

7' - 7"

8' - 11 1/2"

MECH. 1 102

16' - 10 1/2"

11' - 11"

STORE 111

EXHIBITION 2 105

16' - 0"

MEN'S RR. 110

23' - 8 1/2"

1' - 6"

1' - 6"

A5

1' - 6"

6' - 6"

19' - 4 1/2"

17' - 6"

8' - 4"

1ST FLOOR 6 EXHIBITION 2

1' - 6"

ELEV

POS

10' - 1 1/2"

7' - 5"

7' - 5"

13' - 0"

14' - 0"

WOMEN'S RR. 112

3

AILLGN. EQ.

13' - 1 1/2"

5' - 4 1/2"

DRINKING FOUNTAIN

DROP CEILING @ 10"- 0" A.F.F.

STAIR B

ENTRY

EXIT

UP

21' - 10"

A5

TV

16' - 6 1/2"

5

LOADING DOCK 107 16' - 9 1/2"

3

15' - 7"

A5

EXHIBITION 1 104

1ST FLOOR EXHIBITION 1

A5

2

1ST FLOOR PLAN LOBBY 1

LOBBY 1 101

25' - 2 1/2"

1ST FLOOR LOBBY 1

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14' - 4 1/2"

WALL MOUNTED @ 6"-0' A.F.F. 25' - 11"

47' - 0"

4

NORTH NORTH

Level one contains various types of reclaimed wood throughout the spaces with plants to draw in nature from the surrounding location. There is clear a circulation path that allows to flow through each 1

1ST FLOOR/PARTITON PLAN 1/4" = 1'-0"

room in easily to get to the next space. Each room leads you into the direction of the adjacent room. The ADA compliant restrooms are located in the center of the building in order to locate rapidly.


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NATIONAL GEOGR APHIC

LEVEL ONE

Rendering and Elevations A

B

3 EUCALYPTUS HARDWOOD FLOORING

LOBBY D1

W1

T1

C1 C2 PL1 PT1

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Designer

3' - 9"

OWNER

GYP. BOARD WALL PAINT

FIRECLAY RIVER ROCK CERAMIC TILE

w

1' - 4 1/2" 2' - 6"

0' - 6"

3' - 4"

2' - 4"

3' - 0"

1' - 5 1/2"

6" BASE BOARD

1st Floor Plan 0' - 0"

The lobby is an access point to the building and consists of eucalyptus

24" S.STL. SINK

CAFE 1/2" = 1'-0"

reclaimed hardwood flooring with a warm earth tone color scheme. The wall covering is white marble stone with polished concrete columns.

GYP. BRD. BEHR RELAXING GREEN WALL PT. 4' - 4 1/2"

7' - 0"

6' - 0"

12' - 0"

5' - 10"

1st Floor Plan 0' - 0"

1

Enter address here Enter address here

OWNER

4/23/2018 5:09:32 AM

4' - 0"

12' - 0"

1st Finish Floor Plan - Callout 1 1/4" = 1'-0"

4' - 0"

Issue Date

4

4

S.STL. FRENCH DOOR REF.

S. STL. 60" NATURAL GAS GRIDDLE/ BOILER

KIT 1/2" = 1'-0"

Window shades are provided to keep the temperature down and comfortable for the customers and clients during the warm climates. No.

TYP. GYP. BRD. WALL PAINT 3' - 9"

6' - 5"

DROP CEILING @10'-0" AFF

POLISHED CONCRETE

12' - 0"

6' - 0"

12' - 0"

MARBLE WHITE OAK STONE TILE

7' - 0"

WHITE MARBLE OAK STONE TILE

3' - 3 1/2"

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RECP. DESK

OPEN HALLWAY

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0' - 2"

1st Floor Plan 0' - 0"

J E 1st Floor Plan 0' - 0"

Project number Date Drawn by Checked by

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LOBBY 1 1/2" = 1'-0" RECP. ELEV.

Scale


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NATIONAL GEOGR APHIC

LEVEL ONE

Cafe Rendering

E

The cafe is located on the south side of the floor plan. This

1

W2

space captures great scenic views of Pacific Ocean with the use of natural lighting. The room incorporates reclaimed wood furniture and stainless steel appliances.

C3

CAFE

P2

T3

TRAVERTINO POLISHED PORCELAIN TILE FLOORING

1

1st Finish Floor Plan - Callout 2 1/4" = 1'-0"


NATIONAL GEOGR APHIC

LEVEL ONE

Cafe Materials and Sketch

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NATIONAL GEOGR APHIC

LEVEL TWO

Floor Plan

N.T.S. A

B

NORTH

D

C

E

14' - 11 1/2"

1

WORK - STATION

A6

23' - 11"

WORK STATION 2 214

19' - 3 1/2"

213

UP

17' - 5"

203 6' - 10"

6' - 6"

CONFERENCE 202

ALLIGN. EQ.

42' - 6"

FEC

7' - 8 1/2"

22' - 9 1/2"

2ND FLOOR CONFERENCE RM

30' - 9"

1' - 6" 1' - 6" 22' - 10"

6' - 6"

1' - 6 1/2" 1' - 6"

31' - 0 1/2"

MENS ADA RR EAST

7' - 6 1/2" 6' - 6"

23' - 1 1/2"

15' - -3"

12' - 2 1/2"

4 A13

4 MENS ADA RR SOUTH

DROPPED CEILING @12"-0' A.F.F.

3

---

A6

KITCHENETTE

MECH. RM. 205

203

7' - 10 1/2"

15' - 8"

14' - 1"

MENS RR 206

ELEC. SERVICE PANEL

ALLIGN. EQ.

1

A7

ELEV

LOBBY 2 201

2

MENS ADA RR 3 WEST

2

23' - 2"

6' - 3 1/2"

6' - 11"

- 2ND FLOOR LOBBY

-

17' - 1 1/2"

2 A13

MENS ADA RR NORTH

STAIR A

1' - 6"

DN

17' - 7"

A6

OFF. 3

22' - 1 1/2"

15' - 9"

2

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WORK STATION 1

OFF. 2 207

15' - 1 1/2"

1

10' - 0 1/2" 2ND FLOOR OFF.3

2ND FLOOR WORKSTATION 1

11' - 2"

11' - 4 1/2"

WOMANS RR 212

3 2ND FLOOR HALLWAY

EQ

DRINKING FOUNTAIN

13' - 5 1/2"

FEC

DRINKING EQ 4 FOUNTAIN

ALLIGN. EQ.

ALLIGN. EQ.

11' - 9 1/2"

XEROX 216

A6

STAIR B DN

25' - 5 1/2"

4' - 3 1/2"

WORK STATION 3 OFF. 5

OFF. 4

210

209

17' - 3"

15' - 10"

JANITOR 2 204 14' - 11"

12' - 10 1/2"

9' - 3 1/2"

13' - 5 1/2"

211

13' - 0"

OFF. 4 211

9' - 2"

4

NORTH 1

2ND FLOOR PARITION PLAN 1/4" = 1'-0"

CONF.

LONDON FOG CARPET FLOORING

2

T3

PT

C4

3 1

2nd Floor - Callout 1 1/4" = 1'-0"


NATIONAL GEOGR APHIC

LEVEL TWO

Conference Room

The private conference room is a perfect place for meetings and any other business relate events. The large windows help reduce energy and provide enough sunlight to light up the space. Materials provide a modern appearance.

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Fresco Market Place Spring 2018 Location History Client Profile Program Requirements Case Study Concept Bubble Diagrams Preliminary Floor Plans Floor Plans Renderings Sketches


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COMMERCIAL DESIGN

LOCATION

South of Market

Property Information LOCATION

1101 4th Street San Francisco, CA 94158 NEIGHBORHOOD ADDRESS: 1850 Channel Street San Francisco, CA 94158 ZONING DISTRICT: District 9 South of Market Of San Francisco USER TYPE: Commercial, Residential and Business PARCEL AREA: 91, 476 sq. ft. LOTS SIZE: 7, 750 sq. ft. ASSESSED VALUES: Land: $25,568, 427.00 Structure: $97,392,038.00 Last Sale Price: $23, 625,000.00 SPECIAL USE DISTRICTS: Within 1/4 mile of an existing fringe Financial Service PUBLIC SPACES: No school within 1,000 sq. ft. Port Open Space: 3.98 acres 5th St. Plaza Promenade: 1.92 acres China Basin Park: 1.87 acres AT&T Giants Promenade: 0.48 acre Mission Creek Garden: 0.69 acre Pier 52: 0.43 acre Willie Maye’s Plaza: 0.55 acre


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HISTORY

Channel Mission Bay

The Market Hall is located in the District 9 developing zone which is South of Market. The development covers 303 acres of land between the San Francisco Bay and Interstate 280. The Board of Supervisors established the Mission Bay North & South Redevelopment Project areas in 1998. Mission Bay is a mixed use, transit-oriented, diverse and a very dynamic district in San Francisco. The district is served by transit and Muni near the Third Street light rail system, bus lines, and by the regional serving Cal-train. The Channel Mission Bay luxury apartment complex consists of 315 units. The Market hall is a huge grocery store and restaurant emporium that is located on the ground level of the Channel apartment building. The location is near luxury retail shops, wealthy neighborhoods, luxury condominiums, hospitals, and biotechnology jobs.


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COMMERCIAL DESIGN

CLIENT PROFILE

Primo Hospitality Group

Tony has more than twenty five years of experience as one of the countries premiere restaurant concept developers and visionaries. Riviera boasts a strong mix of Executive Management, Marketing, and Franchising chain development skills. His vision, talent, and expertise positioned the Primo Hospitality Group restaurants for success. Tony has a strong passion for concept design and culinary development. He plans to expand his restaurant concepts nationally and eventually worldwide. Riviera’s goal is to expand Primo Hospitality Group and to include several new restaurant concepts both nationally, abroad, and a boutique hotel chain.

CLIENT: Tony Riviera Chairman, CEO

EXPERIENCE: A global and national thinker who strives to succeed. Approachable and friendly Services high quality foods Targeting young foodie and hipster crowds in the community.

LOCATION: First level of Channel Street Apartments


COMMERCIAL DESIGN

PROGRAM

Requirements

UPSCALE MARKET - Organic local produce - Specialty foods - Beer and wine - Prepared foods / open kitchen - Fresh meats / poultry - Seafood poultry - Charcuturie - Prepared food selections (2) - Walk-in refrigerator

RESTAURANT - 60 seats - Pizza oven, serving pizza, Oysters and more - Open breakfast / lunch / dinner - Late night accommodations - Cafe

DEMONSTRATION KITCHEN - Include special program

RESTROOM - (2) ADA Compliant

MANAGER OFFICE - Near loading zon e - Employee Locker Room - Break Room

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COMMERCIAL DESIGN

RETAIL MARKET

Case Study

WHOLE FOODS MARKET 777 The Alameda San Jose, CA 95126 District: 6 Northern California Region of Santa Clara County Located on The Alameda and Stockton Ave near Downtown San Jose, California The mission-driven company aims to set standards of excellence for food retailers. Their purpose in doing so is to great courage, integrity and embrace our communities and so our planet can flourish. They offer the highest qualities of food, least processed, most flavorful and naturally preserved foods.

Whole Foods Market is a eco-minded chain with natural and organic grocery store that contains house ware items, gluten-free products and serves as the dynamic leader for the quality of food. It was founded in Austin, Texas in by four local business people who decided the natural foods industry was ready for a supermarket in 1980 and originally only staff nineteen people. By 1984 it began its expansion out of Austin to Houston and Dallas, then later into New Orleans. In 1988 they purchased the Whole Food Company which then was able to blossom in the West coast by 1989 with a store in Palo Alto, California. They are dedicated to creating a respectful workplace where people are treated fairly and are highly motivated to succeed.


COMMERCIAL DESIGN

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WAYFINDING

Case Study

MITSUWA MARKET PLACE 675 Saratoga Avenue San Jose, CA 95129

The Mitsuwa Market Place used assorted colors as a wayfinding technique to help identify different spaces throughout the market. The five colors that stood out were maroon, blue, green, lime-green and yellow. Each color represented specific spaces and the pitched ceiling was used as a focal point which helped directed people to the restrooms, the bookstore, produce, food courts and exits. The hallway paths were wide, aligned with beams, contained columns, LED recessed and linear ceiling lights that also helped lead people to another direction or space.


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COMMERCIAL DESIGN

CONCEPT

The Circle Of Life

The Primo’s Hospitality concept I have selected is the circle of life. I prefer to have a clear access paths that provide a natural flow through my floor plan. The floor plan will include natural sustainable materials such as restored wood, large windows to heat & ventilate each space,renewable metals, natural sun light, organic shapes that provide a clean environment with earth-tone color schemes. I will include plants to create clean feeling and a nice organic vibe. My goal is to make everyone feel welcomed and encourage the local community, travelers, and regulars to come back and experience the variety of quality products, food, tasteful local produce and specialty items made daily by our experienced chefs. We look forward to meeting new people and making great connections.


COMMERCIAL DESIGN

SPACE PLANNING

Bubble Diagrams

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COMMERCIAL DESIGN

LEVEL ONE

Floor Plan

Level One N.T.S.

NORTH

Fresco Market has an open spaced floor plan is divided into four designated areas. The produce area is placed on the North entrance so that the locals and tourist can easily locate and access daily essentials. The restaurants is located on the South back entrance for a more private relaxed setting. People can enjoy a fresh cooked meal and enjoy a beverage of choice. Fresco Market provides a variety prepared food selection, local organic produce and contains small cafe.


COMMERCIAL DESIGN

RCP

LIGHTING LEGEND

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Floor Plan

Level One N.T.S.

Pendant Light +72" A.F.F.

6" LED Recessed Light

+72" Linear LED Pendant Light

Single Wall Sconce

Pendant Light Hemisphere

Under Cabinet Light

7" A.F.F.Exit Sign

5' - 0"

5' - 0"

5' - 0"

5' - 0"

5' - 0"

5' - 0"

7" A.F.F.Emergency Exit Sign

4' - 6"

5' - 0"

15' - 6"

15' - 6"

8' - 0"

8' - 0"

8' - 0"

8' - 0"

7' - 0"

6' - 0"

7' - 0"

7' - 0"

7' - 4"

5' - 7"

7' - 4"

1

1

2

3

4

6' - 5"

5

6

7

NORTH

8

9

LEVEL 1 REFLECTED CEILING PLAN 1/8" = 1'-0"

TO REFLE Project number Date Drawn by Checked by

Scale

Fresco Market’s front exterior included large curtain glass windows to provide lots of natural sun light. This helped lower the cost of electricity and saved on lighting expenses. Other types of lighting features used in the design was LED canned recessed, track lighting, linear pendants and decorative pendants above the produce area. The REP lighting followed California Title 24 and was in compliance with state codes.


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COMMERCIAL DESIGN

LEVEL ONE

Demonstration Kitchen


COMMERCIAL DESIGN

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The demonstration kitchen seats up to 12 people. Guest can learn how to cook a variety of fresh healthy dishes from produce that is locally grown and d sample food. Private events can be arranged by reservation only.


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COMMERCIAL DESIGN

LEVEL ONE

The Market

The main entry is located on the North side of the floor plan where the organic produce department is located. There you can buy locally grown fruits, grab and go lunches and even sit- to enjoy some specialty food or grab and go selections. The natural light coming into the space brightens up the market throughout the day. Placing the main entrance near a busy store front area will hopefully attract customers and tourist who can choose from a various flavorful gourmet food that the Fresco Market has to offer.


COMMERCIAL DESIGN

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COMMERCIAL DESIGN

LEVEL ONE

Restaurant


COMMERCIAL DESIGN

ZARAGOZA CREAM SMALL PENDANT

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2' - 6"

9' - 6"

16' - 0"

FOREST PERSIA WALL COVERING

LEVEL 1 0' - 0"

The restaurant is a place where you can come with your friends and family to enjoy a delicious meal, have some local wine or another beverage of choice. The environment to peaceful, clean spacious and full of natural lighting. There is a full bar with many cocktail options and next to our restaurant the is a cafe for those who just want some appetizers and pizza. It is an inviting space for locals, travelers, family and friends to come in and enjoy fresh locally grown food.


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COMMERCIAL DESIGN

LEVEL ONE

Cafe


COMMERCIAL DESIGN

The walk up cafe has plenty of appetizers and soft drinks to choose from. It accommodates all user types and even has its own coffee and espresso machine. The menu changes season to bring a variety of different flavors from all cultures. To help our environment we use decomposable utensils. It is easy to locate and it open late night hours.

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East Hills Serenity Senior Housing Spring 2018 Location History Case Study Concept Program Requirements Bubble Diagrams Existing Building Analysis Block Diagrams Target Audience Floor Plans RCP Plans Renderings Sketches


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SOCIAL DESIGN

LOCATION

San Jose, California

Project Information LOCATION: 1994 & 1988 Tymm Way San Jose, CA 95122 YEAR BUILT: 1979 PARCEL: #49135001 #49135002 SUN NUMBER: 23 & 93 Great Solar Potential DISTRICT 5: ALUM ROCK R-1-8 Santa Clara County LOT SIZE: 1,231 sq. ft. (each lot) Average Family Income: $108,090 Median Family Income: $88,110 Average Non family Income: $73,775 Medium Non family Income: $53,598 Average Cost of homes: $900,000 Medium Average Rent: $ 1,705


SOCIAL DESIGN

ADJACENT STREETS

Cunningham and Tymm Ave

COMMUNITY FEATURES: Donald J. Meyer Clyde L. Fischer Middle Ocala Middle William C. Overfelt High Most Holy Trinity Hillview Library Raging Water Skate Park Hank Lopez Community Center Lake Cunnigham Park COMMUNITY PARKS: Hillview Park & Winter Park COMMUNITY LAKE: Cunningham Lake Park PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION: VTA Bus Routes: # 12, 22, 26, 31, 70, 71, 77 EATERIES: In & Out Burger & Olive Garden Site: 1988 & 1994 Tymn Way San Jose, CA 95122

WALK SCORE: 28 Air Quality: 33 Air Pollution: 31 Average Annual Rainfall: 61.55

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SOCIAL DESIGN

LEED

Features

LEADERSHIP IN ENERGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN - Include indoor & plants, trees, & solar panels - Social/ community connection & benefits - Water efficient products, energy efficient products & reduce construction pollution - Low or non-toxic paints, materials & products that are safe & healthy for all - Natural & organic flooring materials that are sourced from the Forest Stewardship Council program - Natural lighting, cooling & heating strategies to enhance indoor & oudoor air quality - Easy acces to public resources, transportation, grocery stores, community centers & parks

SUSTAINABILITY - Create long life cycles - Reduce environmental impact - Create healthy, safe, equitable, & profitable places - Find solutions that support quality of life for all - Save owners money, incorporate energy efficient appliances & practices - Use materials that have small carbon foot print and destroying land - To help prevent high volumes of energy usage, water, and manufactured materials. - Prevent environmental damage, health risks, toxic chemicals, and polluting air quality - Sustainability is on-going and not just a one time treatment or product - Applies to all buildings, locations, interiors, operations, and specific communities


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THREE AFFECTED SUBJECTS PEOPLE: (social capital) All the costs and benefits to the people who design, construct, live in, work in, and constitute the local community and are influenced, directly or indirectly, by a project. PLANET: (natural capital) All the costs and benefits of a project on the natural environment, locally and globally. PROFIT: (economic capital)

SENIOR HOUSING AND NURSING HOME IMPACTS Senior housing is being affected by being understaffed by uncertified staff. They can not keep up with the amount of seniors in need for on-going daily needs. Every patient is has different needs which makes if difficult to ensure quality care everyday. There is a need for senior housing buildings and communities that require specific designs to enhance comfort, mobility, and transitions. Senior housing is extremely expensive and it is affecting society because Social Security benefits does not provide enough benefits to pay for all necessities that require on-going care, hospital visits, therapy, and transportation services that may make a senior feel as ease towards the end of their life. Private senior housing is taking away private investments from families who are not able to care for retired or senior in need. There needs to be more education and resources for society to teach or prepare them for the future.


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SOCIAL DESIGN

SENIOR HOUSING

Case Study

LOCATION: Palo Alto Commons 4075 El Camino Way Palo Alto, CA 94306 CONCEPT: Quality and Flexibility Key features are providing private apartment living and warmth. The hospitality is gracious and their living services promote independence. The staffing helps develop personalized care plans. The goal is, there is no “One Size Fits All” approach to resident care.


SOCIAL DESIGN

FLOOR PLANS

One Bedroom Apartment

SERVICES INCLUDE - Supportive memory, sensory, and dementia programs - Lower affordable fee that best suit personal income status - Private one bedrooms and studios that are accessible for all - Therapy rooms, fitness centers and aquatic pools - Musical performance rooms, lounge areas, and library room - Transportations services to and from doctor appointments The goal is to enrich the life of residents and to preserve dignity. As well as uplifting, person-centered approach to ensure self-esteem at the maximum independence comfort. Los Altos location is easy to access a community of fellow adventures dedicated to continued growth.

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SOCIAL DESIGN

ALZHEIMER AND DEMENTIA

Case Study

Alzheimer and Dementia patients rely on extra independent care. They often suffer from frequent memory loss,confusion and depression. They can easily become confused, distracted, and tend to wandering alone. patients need frequent doctor check-ups, daily reminders, and directions to perform routine hygiene practices. Living spaces must be clear, spacious, private, minimal sunlight, ADA compliant, contain sound proof rooms and have slip resistant flooring accommodations that have low to no toxic chemicals and appliances.


SOCIAL DESIGN

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Seniors who suffer from Alzheimer and dementia feel comfortable in open spaced floor plans because it easy for them to get between spaces. ADA compliance restrooms provide safety and enough space for wheelchair and cane clearance. Single stalls and sinks make it easier for wheelchair users to get around the space conveniently. Applying handrails and guardrails in my design will provide better guidance for seniors to grab onto in case of an emergency when they feel like they are going to fall or loose balance while walking around the facility.


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SOCIAL DESIGN

CONCEPT

Serenity


SOCIAL DESIGN

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My goal is to ensure the quality of life with healthy, safe, universal, sustainable, comfortable, living spaces, pathways, energy efficient, nontoxic chemicals and clear pathways to get around the built environments. Providing functional, aesthetic, calming living spaces that connect with indoor and outdoor environments. My goal is to enhance one-on-one personal desires, assisted living quality care with economic benefits that are helpful to enrich lifestyles and life changes. The East Hills Serenity Senior Housing facility will provide quality comfort, personalized assistance, flexibility, ADA accessibility to ensure self-esteem and gracious living services for seniors. Residents will enjoy an active lifestyle with available fitness, a therapy room classes, learning services, life enriching programs, activities, as well as events that are designed to stimulate the mind, body & soul. This senior housing facility will incorporate green house building strategies to provide clean air, non toxic chemicals, lead free products and memory care programs for Alzheimer and Dementia patients with skilled Nurses and Doctors on-site. The endless opportunities will inspire the residents to gain uplifting strategies that will put them at ease.


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SOCIAL DESIGN

PROGRAM

Requirements

- Trash room - Roof top - Dining room: 500 sq. ft. minimum - Kitchen: 250 sq. ft. minimum - Community room: 600 sq. ft. minimum - Library / Reading room: 300 sq. ft. minimum - Exercise room: 300 sq. ft. minimum - Staff Offices: 300 sq. ft. - Nurse’s office 150 sq. ft. - Adequate public restrooms - Janitor’s closet - Telecom closet - Mechanical Room - Front lobby with reception desk and 4 waiting chairs - Front lobby with reception desk and 4 waiting chairs - 8 studio apartments with kitchen, accessible bathroom, and closet - Laundry closet for stacking washer / dryer (2’-9” wide x 3’-2” deep)


SOCIAL DESIGN

BUBBLE

Diagrams

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SOCIAL DESIGN

EXISTING BUILDING

Analysis Level One 1

2

3

4

96' - 10" 1' - 2"

12' - 7"

1" 1" 5" 5' - 0" 3' - 0" 4' - 0"

34' - 4"

1' - 4"

1' - 8"

A

1' - 4"

21' - 9"

Building entry / exits

33' - 6"

1' - 0"4' - 3" 5" 4' - 1" 7"

Nonstructural walls B

Vertical Circulation

MECH TELECOM

STAIRS 19' - 10"

C

UP

1' - 0"

Shaft

89' - 0"

UP

Structural wall D 34' - 6"

NORTH

E

LEVEL ONE N.T.S.

Building entrances and exits:

- Entrance is on Cunningham Ave, San Jose, CA 95122 - Fire exit is on Tymn Way, San Jose, Ca 95122

Vertical circulation: Stairs and elevators Structural versus nonstructural walls:

- Structural wall: Concrete and steel framing - Nonstructural wall: wood panel and Type X gypsum board

Construction materials use for interior walls:

- Ceilings: Cement, Type X Gypsum Board, Wood and Steel - Columns: Concrete and Steel framing - Flooring: Reclaimed hardwood


SOCIAL DESIGN

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EXISTING BUILDING

Analysis Level Two

Building entry / exits

A

Nonstructural walls B

Vertical Circulation

TELECOM

UP

DN

DN

90' - 0"

UP

Shaft

C

Structural wall D

E

LEVEL TWO N.T.S. NORTH 1

2

3

4


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SOCIAL DESIGN

EXISTING BUILDING

Analysis Roof top

ROOF TOP N.T.S.

98' - 0"

A

Building entry / exits

Nonstructural walls B

Vertical Circulation STAIRS

Shaft

C

DN

90' - 0"

DN

Structural wall D

E

NORTH 1

2

3

4


K DIAGRAM 1 1'-0"

SOCIAL DESIGN

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BLOCK DIAGRAMS

Diagram Level One

Rentable Area Legend ART ROOM

MAIL

BEDROOM 1

MECH.

BEDROOM 2

RR 1

DINING ROOM GUEST ROOM

LIBRARY

LOBBY

241 SF

WAITING

412 SF

263 SF

BEDROOM 1 OFFICE

585 SF

OFFICE

187 SF RR 1

MAIL

318 SF

95 SF

MECH. 34 SF

SERVICE

ELEVATOR TELECOM

STORAGE

41 SF

STUDIO 2 STUDIO 3

JANITOR

TELECOM

KITCHEN

TRASH

LIBRARY

WAITING

LOBBY

UP

UP ART ROOM 119 SF

DINING ROOM

KITCHEN

454 SF

461 SF

JANITOR

STAIRS A

STAIRS B

56 SF

TRASH 64 SF

STORAGE 120 SF

CIRCULATION PATH

BEDROOM 2 847 SF STUDIO 2

GUEST ROOM

STUDIO 3

562 SF

725 SF

704 SF

NORTH

LEVEL ONE N.T.S.

NORTH


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SOCIAL DESIGN

BLOCK DIAGRAMS

Diagram Level Two

LEVEL TWO N.T.S. Rentable Area Legend BEDROOM 5 BEDROOM 6 BEDROOM 7 DINNING EXERCISE MEMORY CARE MUSIC ROOM

RR 2 MUSIC ROOM

126 SF

PHYSICAL THERAPY

349 SF EXERCISE 323 SF

RR 2

PHYSICAL THERAPY 328 SF

BEDROOM 5 623 SF

SERVICE STAFF ROOM STORAGE

MECH ELEVATOR TELECOM

STUDIO 8 TRASH

SERVICE 163 SF

UP

UP

DN

DN

DINNING

NURSE

595 SF NURSE 211 SF

STAFF ROOM 202 SF

NORTH

TRASH 113 SF

STORAGE 120 SF

1

CIRCULATION PATH

A11 BEDROOM 7 BEDROOM 6

705 SF

938 SF STUDIO 8 608 SF

MEMORY CARE 351 SF

NORTH

1

BLOCK DIAGRAM 2 1/8" = 1'-0"


SOCIAL DESIGN

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TARGET AUDIENCE

Occupancy

Bedroom 1:

Bedroom 2:

Studio 3:

Studio 4:

Bedroom 5:

Bedroom 6:

Gloria Tovar is 74 years old and loves to cook. She enjoys growing her own produce and walking at the local park. She has three kids who come to check on her weekly. She walks with a cane and needs physical therapy daily for mobility strength.

Mr. & Mrs. Jones enjoy spending time together and have been married for 45 years. They have four kids who come and visit them often. They enjoy completing puzzles and crafts. They prefer to live with other residents that make them happy and feel safe. As they age they have lost some vision and are sensitive to bright light.

Bedroom 7:

Guest room:

Manuel copper is 70 years old enjoys listen to music, being outdoors, and need helps with taking his daily medications. He can take care of his hygiene but needs frequent reminders to do daily tasks.

Debra Nora is 75 years old and has been retired for 10 years. She does not have family who lives locally so she does not like to live alone. She art & enjoys making crafts and reading on her spare time. Family visits often & stays over.

John smith is a retired veteran who has some memory loss and beginning stages of dementia. He enjoys taking walks, reading the newspaper, and listening to music. He needs routine check-ups and assistance with daily medication, and with cleaning his room.

Mr. & Mrs. Morales are a retired couple who are both 65 years old and need some assistance maintaining glucose levels. They enjoy walking, exercising and listen to music on their free time. They like to eat healthy and grow their own produce. Sara Lee is 78 years old, lives alone, enjoys painting & art and watching TV. She suffers from diabetes and high cholesterol. She need to follow a healthy living system and exercise routinely to stay active. Regular doctor check up are needed.

The extra room is offered to the family or friends of each resident. They are welcome to stay the night for a limited time throughout the week. They must plan ahead and schedule dates prior to staying so there are no issues. With any other family members.


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SOCIAL DESIGN

FLOOR PLAN

Level One

DESIGN FEATURES: Open circulation paths Communit y room gatherings Private studios Shared apar tments Slip resistance flooring Librar y / Computer room Rest areas throughout hallways Educational resources Public ADA restrooms Natural lighting Nursing care unit

1

4

3

2 98' - 0"

LEVEL ONE N.T.S.

A

LIBRARY/ COMPUTER ROOM RECEPTION AREA

2

LOBBY

A117

BEDROOM 1

WAITING AREA OFFICE

B

MAIL ROOM

MECH TELECOM

1

C

UP

A117

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Level Two

DESIGN ELEMENT Level two has open access paths that include spacious hallways, clear circulation and visible signage to enter and exit the floor level in case of an emergency. Applying calm neutral color schemes and abstract art in each room provides a relax & comfortable atmosphere for everyone to enjoy. Level one includes indoor plants, succulents, minimal lighting fixtures, slip resistant flooring, rest areas and social activity rooms. Using natural lighting as much as possible helps avoid shadows for dementia & Alzheimer patients.

98' - 0"

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RR. 2

MUSIC / COMPUTER ROOM FITNESS CENTER

PHYSICAL THERAPY

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FLOOR PLAN

Roof Top

ROOF TOP N.T.S.

98' - 0"

BBQ AREA

SITTING AREA

PATIO AREA

LOUNGE AREA

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STAIRS

PICNIC AREA

PING PONG

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ROOF FLOOR PLAN 1 The roof top area is designated for family and friend gatherings. There is plenty of space to 1/16" = 1'-0" barbeque, enjoy some fresh air, have picnics or just to sit and relax. There is a nice scenic view of the San Jose hills and its a great area to grow your own crops with box garden. The sun provides a good amount of sunlight all day.

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The lighting plans used recessed lights, pendants and linear suspensions for the entire building. Large exterior windws helped draw in plenty of natura sunlight which helps reduce energy and facilty cost. The lights2scehdules were compliant 3 to the California Tile 24 codes.4 1 1

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Lobby Entrance

SENIOR HOUSING LOGO

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RENDERING

Community Room

The community room in an open space area where on-going event takes place, breakfast, lunch and dinners are serves, and where residents can gather with each other. Paths are clear and spacious for wheelchair accessibility. This space easily connects with near locations such at private studios, one and two bedrooms, public restrooms, and the arts and crafts room. Tables and chairs are custom made with reclaimed wood and made appropriate for ADA height standards.

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SENIOR HOUSING

Living Spaces

STUDIO DESIGNS

Each studio and apartment designs fit the need for each client and resisdent. They feature slip resistent flooring, private bathrooms, kitchens, and a small living rooms. Room are furnished and are available to be design wth personal belongings. Family and friends are welcome to visit daily. Everyone has daily access to use the roof top ammenidies. Residents have the option to grow their own crops for a more healthy and sustainale lifestyle.

ROOF TOP PATIO BOXED GARDENS FEATURES


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Mariotto’s Residence Fall 2016 Location History Program Requirements Client Profiles Case Study Concept Block Diagrams Floor Plans Renderings Sketches


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LOCATION

Mariotto’s Residence

Propert Information LOCATION: 13 Wood Street San Francisco, CA 94118 LOT SIZE: 4,485 sq. ft. each floor Three Units YEAR BUILT: 1925-1970 LAND USE: Residential Multiple Occupancy DISTRICT: South of Presido and East Richmond District ADJACENT STREET: Euclid Street Geary Boulevard Masonic Ave SUN ANALYSIS: Great Solar Potential


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HISTORY

Mariotto’s Residence

The building was built during the Modernistic period of 1925-1970. Inspired by the Art Deco style, the Modernistic style expressed architectural expressions with different shapes and functions. Which lead to the Modern Art style and was know for expressing details such as smooth surfaces, curved corners, as well as the use of creating horizontal structures. Lastly, it included the International style that is characterized by the uses of rich materials, refined details, and proportions which we see so much in communities locate in San Francisco, California. The communities are usually diverse, open to change, unique, humble, and unique.

Project Summary The three-story condominium building contains a separate levels which are rented out by three different families. The building is located in the Laurel Heights in San Francisco, California. Laurel Heights is a neighborhood that is located in the Western District of San Francisco, California. The building has been owned by the Marriotto family since 1955. The Marriotto building is located to the South of Presidio of San Francisco, California and East of the Richmond District. It is also connects with Geary Boulevard and the University of San Francisco in a family oriented area. It is in a great area for education, recreational parks, shopping centers and provides nice scenic views of the city in the upper levels of the condominium. The new renovations will be unique and are customized to fit needs of each family living on each floor level. The modern styles will be designed to last over time.


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PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS Client Profiles

First Floor Unit: Rental for Low Income Tenants - Kitchen - (1) Bedroom that fits a queen or full sized bed - (1) ADA compliant restroom with a tub / shower combination that include a sink with storage - (1) Laundry room with a stacking washer and dryer - Dining room that seat four to six people - Living room that accommodates four to six people and one to two visitors who stay over night - Small office / work space that has space for a computer and storage - Closet space for linen and clothes - Clear circulation throughout the space for ADA compliant users

Second Floor Unit: Single Family (Jason, Aimee, and Chloe) - (2) Bedrooms: Jason’s room should include a queen size bed ser ve as a rental space retreat from daily ac tivities. Include a small desk and reading area and spacious for wheelchair accessibilit y. Chloe and Aimee’s share the room. It must be wheelchair accessible and flexible for varied abilities. Each room should include space for a desk with storage. - (2) Full Bathrooms: Must be accessible for Jason’s room and wheelchair accessible - L aundr y room with washer, dr yer and storage space - L arge kitchen with ADA accessibilit y - Dining room that seat six people

Third Floor Unit: Single Family (Maria, Simona and Frank) - (3) Bedrooms: Maria’s master bedroom needs space for a queen size bed, direc t access to the restroom, closet space. Frank ’s room needs space for a double bed, a lounge chair and small table. Simona’s room needs space for a full or queen size bed and a dresser. - (2) Bathrooms: one must be located in the mater bedroom and the other one must be ADA compliant - L aundr y room with storage space and full sized washer and dr yer appliances - Kitchen to facilitate family and friend gatherings and ADA compliant


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First Floor Unit: A tenant will rent the 1st floor unit from Maria Mariotto. This unit will be rented through San Francisco’s Section 8 and Rental Assistance Program for low-income tenants.

Second Floor Unit: Jason is a single dad with twin girls, Chloe and Aimee. Jason works as a special education teacher for mild to moderate special needs students. Jason coaches little league and enjoys golf. He also hunts during deer and duck seasons. Daughters, Chloe and Aimee are twelve years old. They share a bedroom. Chloe excels in schools and is active in sports and plays on a traveling soccer team year around. Aimee has cerebral palsy, uses a wheelchair for mobility and she’s visually impaired. However, she’s intelligent, speaks well, and communicates with the assistance of a sight and auditory device. She has difficulties with fine motor skills. A therapist comes to the home to help Aimee about two times a week. Aimee enjoys music of all kinds, from opera and rock, to country and pop.

Third Floor Unit: Single Family (Maria, Simona and Frank) Maria is a forty five years old single mom and lives together with her daughter’s Simona and her father Frank. Maria owns a business and primarily works from her home. At times she may have up to three employees work from inside her home. She needs an office space for herself and up to two other employees with laptops. Maria has expressed interest in having a small container garden to grow her own herbs, tomatoes, or squash. Maria will serve as the landlord to the low-income tenant in the first floor unit. Simona is sisteen years old, actively involved in sports and plays the guitar. Simona earns good grades in school and commonly has classmates come to the house for study sessions multiple times during the school year. Simona’s bedroom needs a dressing table with vanity mirror and power outlet. She also needs a study area and space for laptop computer and small printer. She is sensitive to chemicals and VOC’s (volatile organic compounds). Frank is seventy five years old, still active but his needs are changing. He walks with a cane. Kneeling and stopping have become more difficult for him in recent years. Frank is a member of the IACC (Italian American Citizens Club) and goes to events and meets old friends for breakfast weekly. Frank has glaucoma and has difficulty differentiating between colors with similar values. He needs good bedroom lighting and clear pathways.


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CASE STUDY

Japantown Senior Apartments

LOCATION: 685 N. 6th Street San Jose, CA 95122 PROJECT: First Community Housing UNITS: 75 73 one-bedroom units 600 square feet One studio unit Two-bedroom manager’s unit ARCHITECT: OJK Architecture and Planning CONTRACTOR: Branagh, Inc. SENIOR PROJECT MANAGER: Regina Celestin Williams SUSTAINABLE FACILITY MANAGER: Hamid-Kaheli, LEED AP & OA DIRECTOR OF SUSTAINABILIY AND CONSTRUCTION: Marty Keller, LEED AP DEVELOPMENT HIGHLIGHTS: On-site manager Maintenance staff Community room/lounge Computer lab Free wireless internet Laundry facility Outdoor exercise area Transit-oriented location Free annual transit pass Photovoltaic panel ready

The First Housing Community (FCH) is an award winning, California 501 (c)(3) Non-profit organization and a Public Benefit Housing Development Corporation, located in San Jose, California. It is a local non-profit community housing resource which designs, develops, and manages affordable housing for low-income households. The non-profit cares about the quality, durability of the buildings and the health of our residents. The Executive Director, Geoffrey Morgan is a non-profit housing developer who is committed to FCH mission which is to produce high quality, sustainable, affordable housing, while growing inventory to meet the increasing demand for housing needs. FCH is also committed to design complement its unique neighborhood and long term sustainability. Since 1986, FCH has creating housing for more than 3,200 low-income residents in 18 affordable rental developments, over 1,300 units throughout the San Francisco Bay region.


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The First Community Housing serve low-income populations that include families, senior citizens, and individuals as well as special needs populations such as chronically ill, developmentally disabled and consumers of mental health services. The seventy five unit housing development is constructed on a half-acre infill sit in the beautiful city of San Jose, California. Located in the heart of the historic Japantown. Supportive services for special need tenants are available year round for tentants. The podium level has an exterior courtyard with resident vegetable planters and outdoor seating areas. These features provide improved indoor air quality and lower utility bills for our tenants, helped improve cash-flow for the Green Building Council’s LEED for the Homes Mid-Rise Program.

DESIGN FEATURES: - Low-VOC finishes, carpeting and vinyl flooring - Energy efficient appliances and water conserving features and landscaping - Green living rooftop, electric range / oven and full kitchen with refrigerators and garbage disposal - Full bathroom with a bathtub, shower, & grab bars - Community, lounge and laundry facilities - Individual AC & heating units


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CONCEPT

Healthy Living

The three unit floor plans has varies needs for each client and my vision is create unique spaces that provide a healthy, affordable, safe, durable, comfortable, happy and entertaining life style that works well for each families specific needs. I prefer to incorporate Eco-friendly, reliable, and universal sustainable designs in each unit. Each floor level will provide ADA accessible bathrooms, clearances, and counter heights need for those who require extra help moving around each space throughout the floor plans. My goal is to make guest and tenants feel comfortable, welcome, and entertained will spending time at each resident.


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The healthy living concept provides organic furniture that flows provides rich style and shapes throughout the apartments. Using energy efficient lighting practices, recycled wood materials universal design features will ensure a safe environment for all the tenants. The modern approach with color palettes will make the resident feel appreciated and welcome regardless of their financial status Providing clear, open, and spacious rooms will help the family move around freely and easily. My goal is to provide a safe, healthy, and interactive environment for the three clients living standards by using non toxic and low chemical products.

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SPACE PLANNING

Block Diagrams


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FLOOR PLAN

Level One 81' - 0"

LEVEL ONE N.T.S. 4' - 6"

KITCHEN

LIVING ROOM

GARAGE DINING ROOM

PANTRY

PATIO

37' - 4"

BATHROOM

LAUNDRY

W/D

UP

NORTH MASTER BEDROOM CLO. ELEVATOR

CLOSET

8' - 5"

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Level 1 1/8" = 1'-0"

MARIOTTO BUILDING 13 W OOD STREET SAN FRANCISCO, CA

7' - 4"

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MASTER CLOSET

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FLOOR PLAN

Level Two

LEVEL TWO N.T.S.

TWINS BATHROOM

OPEN TO ABOVE

GAME ROOM

9' - 9 1/16"

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LIVING ROOM

KITCHEN

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MEDIA ROOM

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FLOOR PLAN

Level Three

LEVEL THREE N.T.S. 62' - 0 3/4"

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MASTER BATH

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OPEN TO ABOVE

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MASTER BEDROOM

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DINING ROOM

ADA BATHROOM

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Level One Dining Room

The dining room for the first floor has warm color scheme. I used wood furniture to compliment the room mixing yellows and greens to add color. The table setting seat up to five people and the table height is ADA compliant. The large window allows lots of natural sunlight in the room to brighten the space which connects with the kitchen area.


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Level One Bedroom

The first floor bedroom is perfect for a single family or a single person who prefers to live a comfortable and affordable one bedroom apartment. The bedroom is furnished with a queen size bed, closet space, and enough open space for wheelchair accommodations. There are great city views and plenty of space to have guests over.


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RENDERING

Level Two ADA Restroom MARIOTTO RESIDENCE

13 WOOD SAN FRANCIS

LEVEL TWO

Jason, Aimee, and Chloe have a ADA compliant restroom that is suitable for all three of them to share. It features an ADA compliant toilet, handrails and grab bars for a comfortable safety standard. There is a water proof mat to prevent slipping when exiting out of the shower. The warm color schemes create a good balance, a clean and modern look that will be great for Jason and his daughters to share.

OTTO RESIDENCE 13 WOOD STREET SAN FRANCISCO, CA

ADA BATHROOM

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Level Three Living Room The modern designed living room is spacious enough for Maria’s guest to come and gather occasionally. The room features reclaimed wood flooring, lounge chairs and shelving units for storage. The wall materials are mixed with reclaimed brick and textured stucco to help balance the color scheme. The carpet complements the room and is perfect for cold winter evenings.


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SKETCHES

Level Three Bedroom

Franks room will include a full size bed with natural lights and extra lighting on the walls to make him feel safe when walking around the room. The room will include a chair for him to sit and enjoy his crafts and reading time. Reclaimed hardwood flooring will be used to avoid toxic chemicals.


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SKETCHES

Level Three Master Bath

Maria’s master bathroom will have a sit in tub and showe. The sink area will be ADA accessible for all user types. Wooden panels wall treatments are displayed for a modern apporach.Tile flooring will be feature for a clean and fresh look along with warm color schemes.


Acknowledgments Thank you for taking the time to read my portfolio. I am thankful for the many things that I have learned at the Academy of Arts University. A special thanks to the academic teachers who spent countless hours teaching me the latest softwares, design applications, and the process of design elements. I am eager and motivated to start a new career path and will continue to broaden my design skill levels as an Interior Designer. Lastly, I would like to thank my parent’s for their guidance and inspiration. They have always encouraged me to work hard at the things that will benefit my future.


Interior Designer Jessica Alvarez  

My name is Jessica Alvarez and I am from Santa Clara, California. I attended the Academy of Art University in San Francisco, California and...

Interior Designer Jessica Alvarez  

My name is Jessica Alvarez and I am from Santa Clara, California. I attended the Academy of Art University in San Francisco, California and...

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