kgh Kaitlyn G. Heumann Portfolio
"The best way to predict the future is to create it" -------------------------------------------------------------abraham lincoln
Table of Contents 1. Healthcare
Summit Ambulatory Center
Home Depot Office Headquarters
University of Florida Psychology Building
3. Education Smile Autism Center
5a. #throwbacks barcade 5b .Chick Fil A
6a. Construction Documents & Advanced Detailing 6b. Spotify
Project: Summit Ambulatory Surgery Center Location: Charlotte, NC Sector: Healthcare Fall Fourth Year Studio: October+November 2018 Square Footage: 5200 sq ft Revit & Photoshop
Group Project with A. Ochrymowicz, M. Duran, J. Diamond
CONCEPT & PLAN SUMMIT was inspired by the Blue Ridge Mountains in North Carolina and the personal journey to health and well being. Patients physically and mentally go on a hike in this Ambulatory Surgery Center as the arboreal architectural components start to introduce subtle biophilic features which have been proven to aid in recovery. The creek circulates you through the space while the adjacent forests are fully immersive and representative of the obstacles faced while hiking. The spatial composition was perfected in order to lead you to the peak of the mountain, the PACU, where patients summit into recovery after their path from illness to wellness.
Project: Home Depot Corporate Headquarters Location: Atlanta, GA Sector: Corporate Office
Spring Third Year Studio:January-March 2018 Square Footage: 25,000 sq ft Revit, 3ds Max & Photoshop
Group Project with B. Walls, G. Hahn, C. Spence, A. Alanso
“WATERING HOLE”- PRINTING HUB
CONCEPT & PLAN Home Depot has many distinctive qualities that define who they are. Home Depot prides themself on the concept of family and do it yourself design. Home Depot encourages customers to take a shot at projects themselves and they will help you get to that point. When approaching their corporate offices, the same concepts needed to apply as did their stores. The space is divided up similarly to the store, backyard (garden), living room, and kitchen. Additionally, the printing hub is the watering hole to all spaces of the office.
PLUG Nâ€™ WORK
NOMADIC WORK SPACE
NOMADIC WORK SPACE THE INCORPORATION OF GREENERY THROUGHOUT THE SPACE BRINGS THE OUTSIDE IN AND RETURNS BACK TO THE GARDEN ASPECT OF HOME DEPOT. THE LARGE WINDOWS THAT SURROUND THE SPACE ALSO BRINGS THE OUTSIDE IN AND ENCOURAGES EMPLOYEES TO BE NEAR THE NATURAL LIGHT AND WORK TOGETHER.
NOMADIC WORK SPACE THE NOMADIC SPACE PROVIDES PRIVATE AND PUBLIC SPACES FOR EMPLOYEES TO GO AND WORK IN GROUPS AND INDIVIDUALLY BUT ALSO PROVIDES DESK UNITS FOR EMPLOYEES WHO ARE WORKING REMOTELY AND DO NOT HAVE A PERMANANT DESK.
Project: University of Florida Psycholgy Building Location: Gainesville, FL Sector: Education
Spring Third Year Studio: March- April 2018 Square Footage: 5,000 sq ft Revit & Photoshop
CONCEPT & PLAN The brain is one of the sole parts of the body. The brain holds memories, thoughts, knowledge, talents and skills and is a focus when studying psychology. The study of left and right brain is also studied with left brain being the ability to work well with numbers (math and science) and the right brain is having talent and creative abilities. Within the UF Psychology proposal below, there are spaces that encourage more individual private work spaces and group spaces for more collaborative work. The individual private work spaces relate similarly to the left brain where the collaborative group spaces relate similarly to right brain work. Architecturally, the space is divided grid like and symmetrical similarly to left brain thinking. However, bringing in the right brain by incorporating curvilinear shapes an intersections of repetitive lines.
Project: SMILE Autism Center Location: Gainesville, FL Sector: Education Spring Fourth Year Studio: August-September 2018 Square Footage: 15,000 sq ft Revit & Photoshop
Group Project with A. Whaley
CONCEPT & PLAN SMILE is a small vocational facility serving as an educational and training space for individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). The center encourages social interaction in which clients can expand their conversational capabilities and learn to interact with others. This supportive environment also encourages motivation by implementing places of physical activity alongside other members. Additionally, clients are inspired to expand their knowledge and ability to become self-sufficient by learning to cook on their own, and explore their artisitic potential. These experiences will enhance and maximize development and encourage independence. This supportive environment will ultimately motivate an individual with ASD to engage in conversation and improve their overall quality of life.
CRAFT AND EXERCISE ROOM
The privacy nooks serve the purpose of providing a quick getaway spot for clients who need a space to calm down and recollect. The nooks seat up to two members and can help with counselors communication with an individual. The privacy nooks are fairly central to the space in that it serves those in all locations of the building for easy access. The nooks are entirely private and hidden but still visible should a counselor need to observe or check on a client. The seating of nooks are entirely upholstered for clients to rest in without injury and there is personal lights in each nook with dimmible and adjustable options.
The kitchen develops ASD’s independent living skills and teaches them how to live on their own and provide for themselves. This space addi� tionally has a sliding glass wall for more private cooking classes and more open ones. The kitchen opens up to the lounge space encouraging social� izing between both the lounge and the kitchen
Lighting: Clients have the ability to dim the light to their preference while sitting in the quiet room. Regardless of their sensitivities, the space caters to all ASD clients by giving them lighting options. Spatial: This space is small enough for one client to escape to but large enough for a counselor or family member to join them. The quiet room is located close to the most social space, the lounge, should a client become overwhelmed with a communicative environment.
Sensory: ASD clients may need a place to escape to, should they begin to feel overstimulated. Within the quiet room there is a fish tank for clients to observe that includes bubbles and nature views. Additionally, there is flexible seating for the client to sit upright or recline their feet. Lastly, the interactive wall explores the clientâ€™s emotions and helps the counselor understand what the client feels. Each color represents a different feeling, and additionally illminates the room. Clients can place their colored chip on the feeling wall, which encourages interaction and exploring their emotions.
QUIET ROOM WITH ADJUSTED LIGHTING
Project: Bar + Arcade: #throwbacks Location: Firestone Building, Gainesville, FL Sector: Hospitality Fall Third Year Studio: October-December 2017 Square Footage: 10,000 sq. ft AutoCad, 3DS Max, Photoshop
Group Project with C. Smith + C. Spence
CONCEPT & PLAN #THROWBACKS is a twist on the arcades of the late 70s golden age, incorporating new technologies of today. With a mix of classic physical games and retro arcade games, #Throwbacks invites those of different generations to enjoy thrills of the past and present.
BACK ROOM ARCADE
BACK ROOM ARCADE
2ND FLOOR PLAN
2ND FLOOR TOUCH SCREEN GAMES
VIEW FROM 2ND FLOOR BALCONY
2ND FLOOR BILLIARDS, BOARD GAMES, AND BAR
Project: PAVE Contest Entry ChickFilA Location: College Campus Sector: Hospitality Fall Third Year Studio: August-October 2017 Square Footage: 5,000 sq ft AutoCad, Revit, 3DS Max, Photoshop
CONCEPT & PLAN Chick-Fil-Aâ€™s logo is a recognizable, well known, iconic logo that is seen all around the country. Their logotype encompasses who they are as a company and takes pride in the care they give to customers. ICONIC
CHICK-FIL-A ORDERING This space takes customers inside the Chick-Fil-A logo. the space encompasses organic patterns of the Chick-fil-a â€œCâ€? and provides multiple spaces for lounging and eating.
CENTER OF THE LOGO: SOFT SEATING
TABLET ARM SEATING
BAR HEIGHT TABLE
ENTRANCE WITH LOUNGE SEATING
Project: Greater Goods Coffee Kiosk Location: Dripping Springs, TX Fall Fourth Year: September-December 2018 Advanced Detailing + Construction Revit
SECTION OF SINK LOCATION
SECTION OF TYPICAL CABINET
Project: Spotify Office Headquarters Executive Office and Conference Room
Location: Spotify Sector: Corporate Spring Second Year Digital: Feburary-April 2017 AutoCad, 3DS Max, Photoshop
Compilation of Interior Design work while at the University of Florida.