“THE DESIRE TO CREATE IS ONE OF THE DEEPEST YEARNINGS OF THE HUMAN SOUL.” -DIETER F. UCHTDORF
BOTTLES & BARRELS BREWERY
MOSCOW PUBLIC LIBRARY
PROJECTDESCRIPTION LOCATION CASPER, WYOMING TYPE COMMERCIAL- ADAPTIVE REUSE DATE SPRING 2015 AREA 9,025 SQ FT SOFTWARE REVIT, PHOTOSHOP, ILLUSTRATOR INDIVIDUAL PROJECT
For almost a hundred years the Coca Cola Bottling Factory as stood as a testament to the foundation of Casper and its significant contribution to the American industrial era.The adaptation of the Coca Cola Bottling Factory seeks to infuse life into the currently idol building and re-establish its prominence in the Historic Yellowstone District. By juxtaposing new materials and programs with the buildingâ€™s historic elements, a synergy is formed. This will begin to inspire the community, encourage engagement and draw the city back to its roots in hopes of promoting a healthy future. Serendipity is accelerated by encouraging the collisions of people, thus promoting learning, discovering, sharing of ideas, storytelling and personal interaction. Furthermore, vibrancy will return to the downtown area of Casper as the residents will now share an experience when visiting this area of the city. The Coca Cola Bottling Factory has represented the symbol of production since its construction in the 1920s.
Through this new design, the idea of production will yet again fill the building with life, however as a destination for beer production. Beer is produced in a series of stages, passing through various tanks where ingredients are added and subtracted. At each stage a different reaction takes place, which together aids in the overall end production of beer. This same process can relate to how a user experiences a space. A user does not experience everything at once, just like beer is not produced by sim- ply combining water, barley, hops and yeast. A experience takes place is stages.This idea was carried forward into how the users of Bottle & Barrel Brewery experience the space.The brewery is designed so that there are various areas of interest. At each designated area, something unique takes place. As the user transitions through these different areas, an individualized experience is formed, which then develops into the userâ€™s experience of the space.
The Building Located in the historic Yellowstone District of Casper,Wyoming sits a vacant Coca Cola bottling factory. Locals tend to refer to the building simply as “the Coca-Cola Building.” The building was constructed in the 1920s and was in operation until the 1970s when Coca Cola shut down many of their small town bottling factories. Since the 1970s, this beautiful, historic structure has sat empty, waiting for new light to be reentered.
The Location This historic building sits in the Yellowstone district of the city, where many of the town’s older buildings can be found. The Yellowstone district is located on the edge of the downtown area. North of the building is an open lot and occupied buildings sit on either side of the site. Much of the surrounding sidewalks and pedestrian areas have been renovated in the Yellowstone District Revival Plan.
CONCEPT DEVELOPMENT Map 1 Current Downtown Drivers
Beer Production Process Beer Flows from mill, to brewtanks, to fermenters, to service tanks, to bar taps Mimic the beer process in how the users experience the space.
Map 2 Increase in Downtown Activity
Beer Flow Concept The main central circulation path ultimately ends at the brew house, which is the highlighted and celebrated area of the design. There are various separate areas along the path that satisfy different needs of the space. At each stage a different experience is taking place. It is the progression of the user experiencing each of these stages that create the overall experience. In a similar manner, the process of brewing beer takes place in stages and at each stage a different reaction takes place that ultimately aids to the overall production of beer.
Map 3 Revitalized, Energetic Downtown
Catalyst Effect Concept Map 1 represents the present locations of downtown drivers that pull people into the downtown area. By introducing new drivers, such as Bottle & Barrel Brewery, into the downtown area, it creates a catalyst effect that initiates further development of the downtown area. As new drivers enter to area a significant growth will be seen and Casperâ€™s downtown will be begin to support an active environment once again.
SECOND FLOOR PLAN Not to Scale
FIRST FLOOR PLAN Not to Scale
BARREL INFLUENCE IN SUSPENDED CEILING DESIGN
BEER HALL PERSPECTIVE
BEER KITCHEN PERSPECTIVE
PERSPECTIVES & ELEVATION
PERSPECTIVE BEER HALL BAR
Glass Conveyor Belt Rolling Pins Base Plate
PERSPECTIVE BREW HOUSE
Base and Cabinets
Steel support bracket Rubber Base
ELEVATION OPEN KITCHEN
Plywood shelving with steel surface
BAR EXPLODED COMPONENTS
Stainless steel liner and work surface
BAR SECTION DETAIL
ROOFTOP PATIO PERSPECTIVE
REFLECTED CEILING PLAN CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENT
ELEVATIONS & SECTION CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENT
PROJECTDESCRIPTION LOCATION LAPAWAI, IDAHO TYPE INSTITUTIONAL DATE SPRING 2014 SOFTWARE REVIT, PHOTOSHOP, INDESIGN TEAM PROJECT GEOFF NIELSON
Lapawai, Idaho is the headquarters for the Nez Perce Tribe. As part of a new materplan for the community, a Cultural Institute for the tribe will developed. This Cultural Institute will act as a meeting place for all members of the tribe. The design of the center focuses on celebrating the Nez Perce visual arts, dance and storytelling. An art gallery and large indoor amphitheater allow for the tribesmembers to practice traditions where the entire tribe can gather if needed. The Nez Perceâ€™s connection with nature is emphasized through the usage of large glass windows that look out towards the outdoor amphitheater. The passing of traditions to younger generations is of great importance. Classrooms are found on the second level and act as a place where elders can teach the younger generations of their traditions. The building shape reflects the traditional summer shelter the Nez Perce once dwelled. This sloped angle can be seen in the shape of the amphitheater, with wings coming off this main body of the building, like the wings of an eagle.
BUILDING SHAPE SKETCH Summer Sun
PROGRAMMATIC BLOCK DIAGRAM
SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM SKETCH
13 12 CLASSROOM
SECOND FLOOR PLAN Not to Scale
11' 2ND LEVEL 3/32" = 1'-0"
11 Outdoor Amphitheater
13 Viewing Platform
9 10 Conference
FIRST FLOOR & SITE PLAN
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EXTERIOR BUILDING PERSPECTIVE
Green Roof Parallam Beam Parallam Blocking Parallam Heading Parallam Column
Curtain Wall Syst. Metal Bracket 2nd Floor Walkway Exterior Shading Curtain Wall Syst. Metal Bracket
SUMMER SHELTER CONCEPT
DETAIL SECTION CUT
ELEVATIONS & PERSPECTIVES
PERSPECTIVE PRELIMINARY SKETCH
LATAH COUNTY LIBRARY DISTRICT
PROJECTDESCRIPTION LOCATION MOSCOW, IDAHO TYPE EDUCATIONAL DATE FALL 2014 SOFTWARE REVIT, PHOTOSHOP, INDESIGN INDIVIDUAL PROJECT
PROJECTCONCEPT The Moscow Public Library reflects historical elements dating its construction years ago. A goal of this project is to highlight these attribute for their uniqueness, but also bring a contemporary touch to the library that will be enjoyed by the children, teens and adults. The importance of technology and digital media has recently surfaced as extremely important in the learning process of this generation. It is important that the design of this library progresses with the current times. Recent studies have concluded that an effective learning environment is composed of three different spaces. These have been named the “Hangout,” “Mess Around” and 26
“Geek Out” spaces. Each of these type of spaces are spread out through the design creating an enriching environment where the children can not only discover with reading, but in environments that encourages collaboration and technology. Work tables, computer areas for each age group and ipad walls have been incorporated, as well as areas where children can come together and hangout. An important aspect in the design is it must be very dynamic and support constant change due to its variety of different programs. Bright pops of color were added to spark interest and bring a sort of energy that reflects this younger generation.
Create an environment that is dynamic and can actively support constant change due to its variety of uses.
Create a captivating library design that progresses with the current times and that supports the growth and learning of its users.
“HOMAGO” AREAS SKETCH
Create an enriching environment where children can not only discover with reading, but in environments that encourages collaboration and technology.
This diagram illustrates the various areas in the design that support the theory of HOMAGO- “Hangout”, “Mess Around” and “Geek Out.”
TEEN AREA PERSPECTIVE SKETCH
CHILDREN AREA PERSPECTIVE SKETCH
FINAL DESIGN SKETCH
EXISTING CONDITIONS SKETCH
10 11 12
Teen Work Table
Early Literacy Comps.
10 Flex Space (Programs) 11 Short Table 12 Children Books
FIRST FLOOR PLAN Not to Scale
CHILDREN PROGRAM ROOM
CHILDREN READING ROOM
TEEN AREA & INTERACTIVE WALL
PERSPECTIVE TEEN COMPUTER BAR
PERSPECTIVE INTERACTIVE WALL
ROUND SHELVING DESIGN SKETCH
FURNISHINGS & FIXTURES SELECTION
PHASE ONE SKETCH
PHASE ONE DESCRIPTION
Phase One of the design involves adding bright pops of color on accent walls, and updating currently furniture and lighting. In the teen space, two tables were added, one for work and the other for the current computers, and a taller bar table was added for laptop use. Some book shelving was moved from the back corner and move more centrally. The spinners were taken out and additional shelving, similar to the existing were incorporated. A seating area was made in the back corner of the space to create a quiet, secluded space. During Phase two the same furniture will be used, but moved to different location. PERSPECTIVE PHASE ONE- TEEN SPACE
PHASE ONE FLOOR PLAN Not to Scale
KEY PHASE ONE CHANGES A Work Tables Added B Bar Table Added C New Shelves D Lounge Seating Added E No Changes
LIGHTING PLAN (PHASE TWO) Not to Scale
Recessed Lighting LED Pendant Recessed Can Lighting Pendant Lighting Air Pendant Fixture Switch
PROJECTDESCRIPTION LOCATION SAN FRANSISCO, CALIFORNIA TYPE HOSPITALITY DATE FALL 2014 AREA 2,500 SQ FT SOFTWARE REVIT, PHOTOSHOP, INDESIGN INDIVIDUAL PROJECT
PROJECTCONCEPT A majority of people suffer from the stress brought on by traveling and airports. More than a third of those traveling today believe the process to be more stressful than work, and nearly a quarter think it’s as stressful as moving houses. Research shows that one of the most constructive ways to treat stress is through physical activity. Exercise and other physical activity produce endorphins— chemicals in the brain that act as natural painkillers—and also improve the ability to sleep, which in turn reduces stress. People traveling experience little to no physical activity. Walking to and from the gate is possibly the only type of movement exhibited, where then the sedentary habits kick in and sitting for hours is very common. According to the theory of Basic Rest and Activity 36
PROJECTGOALS Cycles, the human biological cycle is characterized by different levels of excitement and rest that lasts approximately 90 minutes. The cycle is controlled by the human biological clock, as our bodies continuously work in a 90 minute rhythm. When awake, your brainwaves are faster during the first half of your BRAC, when you feel alert and focused, and then your brainwaves slow during the second half to a dreamy state. Through the use of this research and incorporating the idea of movement, the lounge encourages its users to follow this 90 minute cycle, first engaging in activity-oriented activities for the first 45 minutes, then switching to restful and replenishing activities. By following this pattern we are taking advantage of the body’s alertness levels and maximizing productivity.
1. Emphasize the idea of movement to encourage people to break constant sedentary lifestyles and promote an active lifestyle, thus counteracting the high levels of stress. 2. Incorporate wellness in people’s daily lives without them thinking about it, thus nudging people towards healthier lifestyle options. 3. To act as a high performance habitat where people leave healthier and more energized than they arrived. 4. Seamlessly incorporating areas of movement and physical activity as to de-stress and encourage a healthier lifestyle.
Movement, Activity, Exercise
90 MIN CYCLE
Rest, Replenish, Relax
3 Rounds of Ping Pong
Snack at Bar
Bike Charging Station
Terminal Walking Loop
Computer Bar Use
2 Cycles 3 Hours Total
Relax in Lounge
2 Cycles 3 Hours Total
By following a routine like these sample scenarios of rest and activity, the user is taking advantage of the bodyâ€™s alertness levels and maximizing productivity. The lounge is designed so that the users can effortlessly transition through various areas, first engaging in activity-oriented activities for the first 45 minutes, then switching to restful and replenishing activities. By following the theory of Basic Rest and Activity Cycles, the design seamlessly incorporates areas of movement with areas of rest to de-stress and encourage a healthier lifestyle. 38
GRAPHIC PROGRAMMATIC PLAN
FLOOR PLAN KEY
5 2 11
1 FIRST FLOOR PLAN Not to Scale
WALKING LOOP GRAPHIC WALL
WEBIKE CHARGING STATION
BOOTHS & TABLES EAT-IN
CONFERENCE ROOM RECREATIONAL USE
CONFERENCE ROOM PROFESSIONAL USE
BIKE CHARGING STATION
AREAS OF MOVEMENT
AIRPORT WALKING LOOP GRAPHIC WALL DESIGN BIKE CHARGING STATION
BIKE CHARGING STATION DESIGN SKETCHES
LIGHTING PLAN (PHASE TWO) Not to Scale
PROJECTDESCRIPTION LOCATION COEUR D’ALENE, IDAHO TYPE CORPRATE DATE FALL 2014 SOFTWARE REVIT, PHOTOSHOP, ILLUSTRATOR TEAM PROJECT ALENA HOROWITZ, SHAYDA SANII, HAYMAN WONG
PROJECTCONCEPT iShoutOut is an up-and-coming company currently residing in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho. It is housed in a beautiful location that is monotonous due to the over use of cubicles. The new design takes the potential of the space and fosters its creativity and productivity as a workplace. The new design will provide defined spaces that are interconnected through views, “pop-up” workspaces, and a colorful yet crisp atmosphere. The office building will be dynamic in terms of allowing many spaces for collaboration, progressive in its flexibility for the company to grow in the near future. Finally it is engaging due to how the elements in the spaces correspond and interact with the views, people and other spaces around them. To promote the advancement of iShoutOut it is imperative that design of the space caters to the comfort and welfare of the employees. The existing floor will be made so that the company can grow and develop further, as it has been since it’s launching. In order to create a design that processes with the company, it must be flexible and 44
versatile. This adaptability will allow iShoutOut to evolve in an inevitable successful direction. iShoutOut should grab and hold the attention of the customer- the people that ultimately keep the business functioning. Management, staff, and the businesses should all be intertwined in the workings of one another. With ease, all areas of the company should be able to intersect with one another. Creating transparency between the work and recreation areas is important in assuring that the company collaborates seamlessly. The space must be considered dynamic. A dynamic space is one that is characterized by constant change and activity. Employees, management and customers will constantly adjust and grow to match the current state of iShoutOut. An altered arrangement for the interior will create a force that stimulates the involved members to be energetic in their communications and services concerning iShoutOut.
>> Looking across McEuen Park
>> Looking West at Great Floors
>> Looking South East at Public Library
The Building The iShoutOut office is located on the fourth floor of the Parkside building, located in downtown Coeur d’Alene. The Parkside is a mixed-use building, containing a bakery, restaurant, salon, gym, putting green, architectural and development firm and apartment/condo living. The building was built in 2008 and has a total of 20 stories. The Location The Parkside building is located across the street from McEuen Park, which provides a beautiful view from the offce. Just past the park is Coeur d’Alene Lake. The site is located downtown which provides access to many of Coeur d’Alene’s amenities.
ADJACENCY DIAGRAM SKETCH
BLOCK DIAGRAM SKETCH
COPY, PRINT, FAX
10 PRIVATE OFFICES 11 DEVELOPMENT 12 DYNAMIC ROOM 13 MECHANICAL 14 RESTROOMS
FIRST FLOOR PLAN Not to Scale
CREATIVE TABLE PERSPECTIVE
SINGLE DESK SHAPE
PERSPECTIVE MARKETING WORKSPACE
WORKSTATION DESIGN SKETCHES
50 PERSPECTIVE PRIVATE OFFICE
DYNAMIC SPACE PERSPECTIVE
PERSPECTIVE DYNAMIC/ FLEX SPACE
BLOCK FURNITURE CONFIGURATIONS
KITCHEN & GAMREROOM PERSPECTIVES
PERSPECTIVE BOOTH SEATING
PERSPECTIVE KITCHEN & GAMEROOM
KITCHEN CASEWORK ELEVATION
RECEPTION DESK ELEVATION AND DETAILS
RECEPTION DESK DETAILS
PROJECTDESCRIPTION TYPE FURNITURE DESIGN & CONSTRUCTION DATE SPRING 2014 SOFTWARE AUTOCAD EQUIPMENT CNC MACHINE INDIVIDUAL PROJECT
PROJECTCONCEPT Contouring the body’s natural form, “Contortion” elegantly flows in a singular manner around the user. The curvature of the chair forms effortlessly to one’s form, providing comfort and ease. Although, being composed of layered plywood, the surface glides through the air in a fluid motion. The natural striped characteristics of the plywood are a major design feature for this chair and are showcased and highlighted in the surface treatment. This chair is composed of 27 layers of Baltic Birch plywood cut on a CNC machine that have been laminated together individually to create the fluid shape. A stool was designed to nestle perfectly within the contours to the chair for easy storage and comfort for the user. To grasp the effortless curvilinear form, the piece was delicately finished to a fine, smooth texture, feeling as if the piece was composed of only a single layer. The design was completed in various stages transitioning from initial hand sketches, into the 3D modeling software AutoCAD, to a small-scale model, to a fullscale test fabrication model, to final construction using a CNC machine and ultimately the production of a beautiful, one-of-a-kind chair. 54
CHAIR DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION
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Side Elevation 3" = 1'-0"
Front Elevation 3" = 1'-0" No.
STOOL CONSTRUCTION (18) 3/4” thick Baltic Birch STOOL CONSTUCTIONlayers laminated, Shape A105 designed to fit inside chair
Project number Date Drawn by Checked by
32 MAY 12, 2014 K. MCCARREL
Scale 3" = 1'-0"
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Layers aligned using pegs in designated peg holes throughout www.autodesk.com/revit
(2) 1/4” thick Baltic Birch Plywood uncut layers needed for exterior (no holes or cut lines)
3D CONSTRUCTION RENDERING (25) 3/4” thick Baltic Birch Plywood layers CONTORTION
Project number Date Drawn by
32 MAY 12, 2014 K. MCCARREL
CHAIR PROCESS DOCUMENTATION
Piece 1 Cuts 1" = 1'-0"
Piece 2 Cuts 1" = 1'-0"
PROCESS MODEL Plywood layers laser cut and laminated together
Piece 3 Cuts 1" = 1'-0"
Piece 4 Cuts 1" = 1'-0"
ELEVATIONS Four patterns of alternating cut lines for staggered seams
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