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DesignProject III

INTERIORS

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INTERIORS

DesignProject III

KiranPrasanth.R

6th Semester, Furniture & Interior Design National Institute of Design

Guide Nandita Mehrotra

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Assignment To take a location or an existing space, study about it and design an interior space with a washroom or a pantry/ kitchen included in the space.

Chosen topic Video Conference Room for the corporate ‘Cisco’ which can accommodate 4 to 6 people. ( hypothetical project )

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About CISCO Cisco is an American multinational corporation headquartered in San Jose, California, United States, that designs, manufactures and sells networking equipment. Cisco has more than 60,000 employees today.

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STAGE 1 Project Brief Model Of Raw Space Mood Board List of Furniture & Facilities Required Zoning Layout

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Project Brief As the part of Design Project – INTERIORS, the topic taken is “Video Conference Room” for CISCO Networking Corporation at : 4th floor Sakar building -2 ,Ellis bridge Ahmedabad ‘Video conference room’ it is considered to be the most professional and disciplined room as most of the high rank officials sit together to discuss about new product launching, business meetings, decisions for certain problems etc. In this project, conference room interiors are designed in such a way that the interior design and furnitures also go along with the theme of Cisco, seeing the comfort level of the employees & making sure the conference room design does not allow any external sound to interfere with the internal interaction. Looking at the users , facilities required for a video conference room are furnitures, overhead projectors / LCD monitors, stage lighting, air conditioners, phone system, Wi-Fi internet connections, sound system etc. with a washroom and a small editing lab besides it. The conference room should accommodate maximum 4 to 6 people. The total area of the room is 5 metre by 8 meter including the washroom and the editing lab. There will be a good amount of space for the staff & guests which allows them to move freely, so the furniture’s included in the conference room is also considered so that cluttering can be completely avoided in the conference room.

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Location

4th floor, Sakar building- 2, Ellis Bridge, Ahmedabad, Gujarat

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List Of Furniture’s & Facilities Conference Room • Chairs -5 (600mm x 600mm) • Conference Table (3600mm x 1500mm) • LCD Monitors -6 (340mm x 4430mm)

-Wi-Fi systems -Phone -Internet -Camera -4 -Speakers -6 -Air Conditioners -Microphones -3 -Vertical Blinds -Fire Protection Units

Editing Lab • Chairs -4 (600mm x 600mm) • Tables (3340mm x 600mm)

-Lights -Codecs -Lights -Internet -Computers -Monitors -Vertical Blinds -Fire Protection Units

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Commode (473mm x 381mm) Washbasin (430mm x 505mm) Shelves -3 (304mm x 1066mm) Mirror (700mm x 340mm)

-Lights -Exhaust Fans


Entrance-1

Zoning Layout Zoning -1 Advantages

Video Conference Room

• In Entrance -1, the conference room supports the view to the east & south side of the building and gives room a pleasant ambience. • The Entrance -1 avoids distraction towards editing lab and also in the video conferencing process. • Editing lab is placed in such a way that the video conferencing process can be viewed and handled properly without any inconvenience in adjusting the lights, camera, speakers, power supplies and other equipments.

Entrance-2

Disadvantages • Walking distance for the users till Entrance -1 is extended little bit.

Editing Lab

• Placement of washroom entrance causing distraction in video conferencing process.

Wash Room

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Video Conference Room

Zoning - 2 Advantages • Walking distance for the users to Entrance -1 is reduced.

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Disadvantages Entrance-2

• Entrance -1 blocking the view in east & south side of the building. • Entrance -1 is creating distraction to Editing lab • Conference room visually looks congested because of Entrance-1, Entrance- 2 and the glass separation of the editing lab are placed side by side.

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Wash Room


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Advantages • Washroom Entrance shifted towards outside provides a better environment inside conference room. • Conference room looks spacious after shifting the Entrance- 2 to the opposite side. • Other staff members in the office can also use the wash room.

Disadvantages • When the washroom is used by other staff in the office, the responsibility to maintain the washroom clean arises.

Editing Lab

• Distance for the conference users is increased towards the washroom. Entrance-3

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Wash Room Entrance-2

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STAGE 2 Ergonomic Data & other References / Studies Space and Furniture Layout Concept Sketches Colour and Material palette

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Editing Lab

Workstation Review

Ergonomic Data & Other References Editing Lab

Ergonomics is the field of study that seeks to fit the job to the person, rather than the person to the job. This is achieved through the evaluation and design of workplaces, environments, job tasks, equipment, and processes in relationship to human capabilities and interactions in the workplace. Anytime there is a change in the workplace (new employee, new chair, new desk), new ergonomic solutions are required. It is important that all furniture (chairs, desks) and other accessories are adjustable in order to meet individual worker’s needs, for no two people are alike. Ergonomics covers the entire work area, including issues regarding the chair, workstation, and lighting.

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Effective use of ergonomic practices will assist in maintaining high levels of productivity, avoiding painful and costly employee injuries, and increasing worker satisfaction. By designing the job around the person, employees will have a decreased risk of injury and an improved perception of their “employee-centered� role at work.

Centered in front of the monitor & keyboard

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Editing Lab Chair

Features of an Ergonomic Chair

The mechanisms for adjusting the chair should be easy to locate and adjust with one hand while seated. One should understand the functions of the mechanisms, and know how to operate them. Fully adjustable chairs are essential to an ergonomic environment like the editing lab.

Editing Lab Workstation Proper Work Surface Setup

The work surface should be installed/adjusted to be approximately 25” - 34” high for seated work and to fit a range of operator sizes (ensure that adjustments can be made easily). The space beneath the work surface should have sufficient room above the legs to allow for a range of body postures. The knee well should be 30” by 19” deep. The work surface should have adequate space for equipment (monitor, telephone, stapler, tape dispenser) to be located close to the user to minimize bending, flexing, or twisting of arms, wrists, or hands.

1 Breathable, medium texture upholstery 2 Adjustable lumber support that moves up / down and forward / backward 3 Adjustable armrests that moves up / down and inward / outward 4 Seat pan with rounded front edge (waterfall design) 5 Adjustable seat-pan that moves up & down and tilts forward and backwards 6 A tilt mechanism that tilts backwards and forward 7 Five caster base and full 360-degree swivel 20

A matte finish on the work surface is ideal to reduce light reflection. The keyboard and mouse should be placed together on a platform that is at least 28” wide, directly in front of the user and directly beneath the monitor. The keyboard and mouse platform should easily move side to side, up and down, in and out, and lock securely in place. The height of the keyboard/mouse platform should allow the users hands to rest lightly on keyboard or the mouse with the forearms using the chair armrests for support.


Pictures taken from the book - CAP Workplace Ergonomics Reference Guide 2nd Edition (a Publication of the Computer/ Electronic Accommodations Program ) 21


Video Conference Room User, Interaction, Function, Events Context

should be considerate about what goes around the 5m X 8m Space. The design should be justifiable in its context.

Understand the function Is it to be used as a multi purpose room or just for video conference?

Multi purpose room: a. video conference : Everyone facing the screen b. conference/ meeting (internal / with guests) : Facing each other - screen might supplement the discussion c. presentation (internal/ with guests) : One person addressing everyone/ as a discussion while watching the video presentation on screen.

Understanding the user Who all can access the space and for what purpose?

a. Company Executives b. Guests c. Technicians/ other staffs d. Services ( pantry/ house keeping) Activities within space and interaction with space differs for each user. For example: The circulation/activity of Technician/ Services shouldn’t inte fere the activity of Executives/ Guests.

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Event analysis Do the users go straight to the seats as soon as they enter? Do they need a space for welcoming Seniors/ Guests? Consider events like Handshakes, exchange of visiting cards, entering/ leaving in middle of conference etc. What about a scenario where the users are in a meeting and there is a video to supplement the discussion? How does each user groups interact with the space and furniture/equipment etc Zone the space on the basis of Event analysis. Circulation patterns of each user groups. Decide upon the interior layout on the basis of above mentioned factors.


Video Conference Room

Cisco TelePresence Format Options Cisco offers TelePresence solutions in different formats to accommodate various kinds of collaboration:

Meeting Format. The Cisco TelePresence meeting format (as shown in the photograph above) has demonstrated excellent transformational results. This format can be extremely valuable for decision makers and key contributors in formulating strategy and building relationships. Managers and teams literally meet “across the table� with individuals at other locations. They can see each other in life size, and the combination of directional audio and coordinated room colors and lighting makes the experience similar to meeting in the same room. Participants can share content on a separate, smaller auxiliary screen, typically mounted below the video screens. This format provides an incredibly rich experience, best suited to formal meetings. It enables leaders to transform relationships with customers, partners, and employees in a highly immersive setting.

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The synchronised movement is controlled by a spiral spring with additional pneumatic functions, which joins the back of the chair to the bridge underneath the seat. It allows great freedom of movement, but can also be locked into position using the stop and go mechanism – similar to the swivel office chair version.

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Meda Conference Chair. Synchronised movement, with fine-tuning adjustment of backrest resistance and swivel mechanism. Medium-high backrest. Optional ring armrests with leather covers, made of basic dark coloured plastic or polished pressure-cast aluminium. Seat made of CFC-free polyurethane foam. Sling-style attachment of seat and back upholstery. Backrest cover in leather or double-knitted mesh fabric. Seat cover in Tesso fabric or leather. In the leather version, the back side of the backrest and underside of the seat are covered in black fabric. Four-star base made of polished pressurecast aluminium. Glides have optional felt inlays for hard flooring/parquet.

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The cover material is stretched ”sling-style” over the frame, thereby enhancing the support and flexibility of the backrest.

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Meda Chair features synchronised movements that respond to the changing positions of the sitter. The backrest tilts backward on two lateral pivot points, causing the seat angle to change simultaneously.

All measurements in millimetres and inches, established pursuant to EN-1335,1

Meda office swivel chair according to EN 1335 and ANSI/BIFMA. Synchronised movements with fine-tuning adjustment of backrest resistance. High backrest. Optional armrests, either fixed or height adjustable, or ring armrest made of polished pressure-cast aluminium. All armrest versions have leather covers. Seat made of CFC-free polyurethane foam. Sling-style attachment of seat and backrest upholstery. Backrest cover in a choice of leather or double-knitted netweave. Seat cover in Tesso fabric or leather. In the leather version, the back side of the backrest and underside of the seat are covered in black fabric. Fivestar base made of polished pressure-cast aluminium. Twin-wheel castors for either hard or soft flooring.

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Meda Chair Programme features

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Leather Stop-and-Go mechanism for fixed position of backrest angle. Seat height is adjusted using the lever on the right.

Tesso Deviations in colour are possible due to the printing process.

Also available in fabric quality Polo by Kvadrat. Sample card available upon request.

Meda Collection

Meda 2

MedaPro

MedaPal

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Conference Table Power Outlet Conference table power outlets/desk outlets provide the ultimate in convenient connectivity for the office workstation, conference tables, or even the uncompromising home user. The purpose of a desk outlet is to bring data, power, and A/V signals from your wall outlets and raceway systems to our desktop without an unsightly or hazardous cable installation. Most desk outlets are considered “permanent�. This means a hole must be cut out of the desk in order to install the unit. Other styles may be clamped to the edge, screwed onto the underside, or simply placed on top of the desk. The conference table is designed with the connections needed and then selecting one with the best look and most convenient installation.

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Space & Furniture Layout Advantages • Ample light falls from the south direction of the building on the users, which provides enough lighting for the camera. • LCD screens blocking the light from the east direction helps the users to view the screens properly.

Disadvantages • LCD Screens in the conference room blocking the light from the east. • Placement of the furniture’s and the LCD screens making the place more congested and blocking a good view in the east of the building. • Inconvenience for the people working in the editing lab to control the cameras, lights and documentation. • Furnitures & equipment placed little far from editing lab. • Not having a good background for the camera in the conference room while video conferencing process. • Limitation in accommodating more people in the conference room. • Wastage of space in the conference room due to placement of furnitures and equipments. • LCD screens obstructing the entry path for the people in the conference room

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Advantages • Arrangements of furniture & Equipment’s is convenient for the editing lab . • Can Accommodate more people in the conference room. • LCD Screens placed in such a way that highly confidential projects can be discussed • Good view and background from the south direction for user while video conferencing.

Disadvantages • Furnitures and LCD monitors causing inconvinience at the entrance to the conference room. • Ample amount of light falling on the screen and insufficiant light on the users in the conference room also causes hinderance to the video camera. • Light from east & south directions falling on the LCD screens causes inconvenience for the users, in viewing the screens. 33


Advantages • Can Accommodate more people in the conference room. • Convenience for the editing lab . • Providing an environment not only for video conferncing but also the space can be used for another meetings , gatherings,discussions, seminars etc. • Each room with the furnitures & equipments are arranged supporting each other. • Can develop a good background for the users while video conferencing process. • Main entrance of the conference room and the washroom door are not distracting or creating any inconvenience. • Creating extra space for the users to walk around. • Convenient for facilities like Document camera, PC presentation. • Natural light falls from the east direction helping in the video conferencing process. • Furniture,s & facilities can be adjusted and occupied properly.

Disadvantages • Privacy for discussing highly confidential matters is less. • LCD screens blocking the lights from the south direction

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The furniture’s in the video conference room can be arranged in such a manner, were the room can not only be used for video conferencing but also for conferences within the office. 35


Path and Movement of users

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Monitor and camera guidelines Viewing distance depends on the size of the monitor you will be using and the number of people gathered around the table, as indicated in the below fig. Note the way viewing distance is defined here. See sidebar for recommended viewing distances.

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Our multi-purpose system cameras have a horizontal angle of view of around 70°. Minor variations exist between the different models. You may need to take the angle of view into account when deciding where to put your camera. Keep in mind that if the camera position differs significantly from the monitor location you will obscure the feeling of natural communication. For systems with the camera attached to the monitor, this may call for care when deciding the room layout and the number of seats. Cisco recommends

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Assuming the use of a 1080p monitor with an aspect ratio of 16:9, we recommend that you start out with the following viewing distances: • 42” monitor: 1.5 m / 4’ 11” • 52” monitor: 2.0 m / 6’ 6” • 65” monitor: 2.5 m / 8’ 2”

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Note that these figures should be regarded as guidelines only. We do recommend that you try things out on-site before fixing any mounting position. One thing that may modify the validity of the above guidelines is the number of people along the table. Persons sitting at—or near—the end of the table may feel that the distance to the monitor is too far for them, in particular during presentations. In such cases a larger monitor is recommended.

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Also note that if you sit too close to the monitor, the camera will “look down” on you. This may partly disturb the feeling of natural communication for the remote participants.

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STAGE 3 Detailed Layout of Finalized Scheme Flooring Plan Reflected Ceiling Plan False Ceiling Plan Lighting Layout Any Relevant Construction Details as may need to be specified

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Relevant Construction Details 3D Demonstration showing False Ceiling Design & its Installation STEP 1 - Marking the False Ceiling Area

The area of the false ceiling is marked on the soffit (main ceiling) with points at distances of 3 feet each. A 12mm hole is drilled at each of these points. Points are also marked on the walls at the height where the false ceiling will suspend below the main ceiling.

STEP 2 - Anchoring the metal framing to the main ceiling

A rawl plug is affixed in each hole and a soffit cleat is fixed through the rawl plug. A metal ceiling angle strip is further fixed to the soffit cleat. These installations (at each point) become the anchor points of the false ceiling

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STEP 3 - Fixing perimeter channels

A perimeter channel is fixed on the walls of the false ceiling area at the height where the false ceiling will suspend below the main ceiling. This acts as the framing of the entire false ceiling.

STEP 4 - Fixing intermediate channels

The free ends of the metal ceiling angle strips are connected to the perimeter channel using intermediate channels with metal-to-metal screws. This completes the fixed part of the false ceiling which anchors the suspended false ceiling.

STEP 5 - Installing ceiling sections

Ceiling sections are snug fit to the perimeter channel, perpendicular to the intermediate channels at distances of 1.5 feet each. These form the skeletal frame for attaching Aluminium boards.

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STEP 6 - Connecting ceiling sections to intermediate channels

Ceilings sections are connected to the intermediate channels using a connecting clip. This offers a strong and flexible joint, facilitating easy installation of Aluminium boards.

STEP 7 - Fixing Aluminium boards

Aluminium boards of the desired thickness are fixed to the ceiling sections with drywall screws. Boards are fixed in a staggered layout so that joints do not appear in continuous straight lines. This reduces the possibilities of cracks in the future.

STEP 8 - Jointing & Finishing

Joints and edges of Aluminium boards are covered using jointing compound and paper tape which add to the strength of joints. A smooth finish is given to the Aluminium board with skimming plaster. The false ceiling is now paint-ready.

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STAGE 4 Electrical Layout with Details Wall Elevations Detailed Drawing of the Editing Lab & Washroom Specifications of Materials / Purchased Items Scaled Model of your space with furniture


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CT418F(G)

Specifications of Purchased Items

Hung Dual-Flush Toilet, 1.6GPF & 0.9GPF

Washroom

ze - prevents amic surfaces, ess water in

th TOTO in-wall

Product : Wall-Hung Dual-Flush Toilet Company : TOTO, Aquia Prize : Rs 9,629 /Colour : Standard, #01 Cotton

Silas™ Single-Handle Lavatory Faucet

Silas™ Single-Handle Lavatory Faucet SPECIFICATIONS

FEATURES

• Warranty

• • • • •

• • • •

WaterSense certified low-flow 1.5 gpm faucet Lever handle Solid brass construction Ceramic disk mixing cartridge Metal pop-up drain assembly included

Material Shipping Dimensions Shipping Weight Maximum Flow Rate

Pressure (kPa)

Lifetime Limited Warranty (Residential Use) One Year (Commercial Use) Brass 15"L x 7-7/8"W x 3"H 5.0 lbs. 1.5 gpm (5.7 lpm)

0

100

200

300

400

500

2.5

9.5

2.0

7.6

1.5

5.7

1.0

3.8

0.5

1.9

0.0

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0.0 0

20

40

Pressure (psi)

60

80

COLORS/FINISHES • • •

pipe)

vents debris and per pipe)leading urfaces, ter in cleaning (not

avatory unting hardware

hole 12)

TL210SD

Flow rate (lpm)

LHT241(G)

rately) rately) arately) arately)

TL210SD

Flow rate (gpm)

onsumption

Product : Wall-Mounted Lavatory Company : TOTO, Supreme CODES/STANDARDS Prize : Rs 25,150 /TL210SD Colour : Standard, #01 Cotton

Hot

hole

cet centers

7-13/16" 199mm

• • •

Meets and exceeds ASME A112.19.2/CSA B45.1 Certifications: IAPMO(cUPC), State of Massachusetts , City of Los Angeles, and others Code compliance: UPC, IPC, NSPC, NPC Canada, and others

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PRODUCT SPECIFICATION The lavatory shall be 22-7/8" by 19-5/8". The lavatory shall be made of vitreous china and have a rear overflow. The LHT241G lavatory shall have SanaGloss glazing. Lavatory shall be TOTO Model LHT241______.

Meets or exceeds ASME A112.18.1/CSA B125.1, NSF 61-9 • Certifications: IAPMO(cUPC), EPA WaterSense, State of Massachusetts and others • Code Compliance: UPC, IPC, NSPC, NPC Canada, and others • Legislative compliance: California AB1953, Vermont S.152 & Maryland HB. 372, California Green Building Code, City of Los Angeles Water Efficiency Ordinance • ADA compliant

aGloss)

hall have a lpm). Product all have a solid ve a ceramic disk ude metal popTOTO Model

Close

5-9/16" 141mm 39

2" [51mm] Max. Deck Thickness

2-7/16" 62mm

1-5/16"-1-7/16" [33-37mm] Mounting Hole

Hose Length 21-7/16" 544mm

2-1/8" 54mm

Product : Single-Handed Lavatory Faucet Company : TOTO, Silas Prize : Rs 2,010 /Colour : #CP Polished Chrome

LHT241(G)

PRODUCT SPECIFICATION

mold from sticking to ceramic surfaces, leading to fewer chemicals and less water in cleaning (not avail on Ebony #51.)

• • •

Elegant styling Rear overflow Vitreous china wall-mount and lavatory combination complete with mounting hardware

• • • • •

LHT241G Wall-Mount lavatory with single hole with SanaGloss (#01, #03, #11, #12) LHT241 Wall-Mount lavatory with single hole without SanaGloss (#51 only) LHT241.4G Wall-Mount lavatory with 4" faucet centers with SanaGloss (#01, #03, #11, #12) LHT241.4 Wall-Mount lavatory with 4" faucet centers without SanaGloss (#51 only) LHT241.8G Wall-Mount lavatory with 8" faucet centers with SanaGloss (#01, #03, #11, #12) LHT241.8 Wall-Mount lavatory with 8" faucet centers without SanaGloss (#51 only)

• • • • •

Waste Size Basin Warranty Material

Shipping Weight

Shipping Dimensions

1-1/4" O.D. 22-7/8" x 19-5/8" 20-1/2" x 13-1/4" One Year Limited Warranty Vitreous china lavatory and shroud LT241(G)/LT241.4(G)/LT241.8(G) 34 lbs.

7-7/8" (200mm)

•• LT241G - Lavatory with single hole with SanaGloss (#01, #03, #11, #12)

•• LT241.8G - Lavatory with 8" faucet centers with SanaGloss (#01, #03, #11, #12)

CT418FG#01 - with Sanagloss

CT418F#01 - without SanaGloss

11" (280mm)

5/8" (15mm)

3-1/4" 83mm)

3/4" 18mm)

The lavatory shall be 22-7/8" by 19-5/8". The lavatory shall be made of vitreous china and have a rear overflow. The LHT241G lavatory shall have SanaGloss glazing. Lavatory shall be TOTO Model LHT241______.

2-3/8" (60mm)

finished wall

Back of toilet even with installation surface. 1/16” Wall gap

Improper Installation

finished wall

13-1/4" 335mm)

13-3/4" (350mm) 4" (102mm)*

20-1/2" (520mm)

23" (584mm)* 21" (533mm)*

34-1/2" (875mm)

8-3/4" (221mm)

COLORS/FINISHES •

Standard #01 Cotton

22-7/8" (580mm)

•• HT242 - Shroud only

This universal height, low consumption Dual-Max flushing system toilet shall be 1.6GPF & 0.9GPF. Toilet shall have optional SanaGloss ceramic glaze. Toilet shall be mounted to in-wall tank system, elongated front bowl and wall-mounted push-button type trip lever. Toilet shall be TOTO Model CT418F(G)#01.

COLORS/FINISHES

*Suggested Dimensions

These dimensions and specifications are subject to change without notice Ph: (888) 295-8134 | Fax: (800) 699-4889 | www.totousa.com

21-1/16" (535mm)

14-3/16" (360mm)

1-1/4" (32mm) Dia.

19-5/8" (500mm)

PRODUCT SPECIFICATION

#01 Cotton #03 Bone #11 Colonial White #12 Sedona Beige #51 Ebony (not available in SanaGloss)

Proper Installation

Baseboard

WT151M In-wall tank system (pex pipe) (sold separately) WT152M In-wall tank system (copper pipe) (sold separately)

•• LT241.8 - Lavatory with 8" faucet centers without SanaGloss (#51 only)

• • • • •

INSTALLATION NOTES

1.6 GPF & 0.9GPF (6.0 LPF & 3.4LPF) Flush System Dual-fl ush Min. Water Pressure 8 psi (static) Water Surface 5.5" X 4.75" Trap Diameter 2-1/8" Installation Height 15" to 19" Trap Seal 2-1/8" Warranty One Year Limited Warranty Material Vitreous china Shipping Weight CT418F(G) - 66.5lbs Shipping Dimensions CT418F(G) 23-3/4" L X 15-3/4"W X 17.5" H

Ø Uneven Wall Gap

20-7/8" (530mm)

Available Components:

•• LT241.4 - Lavatory with 4" faucet centers without SanaGloss (#51 only)

SPECIFICATIONS

• SS204 SoftClose® seat (sold separately) • SS114 SoftClose® seat (sold separately) • SC134 commercial seat (sold separately) • SC534 commercial seat (sold separately)

• Meets and exceeds ASME A112.19.2/CSA B45.1 • Certifications: IAPMO(cUPC), State of Massachusetts , City of Los Angeles, and others • Code compliance: UPC, IPC, NSPC, NPC Canada, and others

•• LT241.4G - Lavatory with 4" faucet centers with SanaGloss (#01, #03, #11, #12)

Aquia ® Wall-Hung Dual-Flush Toilet, 1.6GPF & 0.9 GPF

MODELS

CODES/STANDARDS

PRODUCT SPECIFICATION

CT418F(G)

• • • • • • • • • •

Dual-Max® flushing system, low consumption (1.6GPF/6.0LPF & 0.9GPF/3.4LPF) • Optional SanaGloss® ceramic glaze - prevents debris, mold from sticking to ceramic surfaces, leading to fewer chemicals and less water in cleaning. • Universal Height • Wall-hung toilet can be paired with TOTO in-wall tank system as well as others

LT241(G)/LT241.4(G)/LT241.8(G) 22-7/8"L x 20-1/8"W x 8-1/2"H

#SS-00805, v.04 Printed in U.S.A. | © TOTO USA 11/12 | Printed on recycled paper ♻

• Water Use

HT242 11-3/4"L x 10-1/4"W x 14-1/8"H

Faucet sold separately

Aquia® Wall-Hung Dual-Flush Toilet, 1.6GPF & 0.9GPF FEATURES

HT242 15 lbs.

•• LT241 - Lavatory with single hole without SanaGloss (#51 only)

CT418F(G)

Supreme® Wall-Mount Lavatory

MODELS •

These dimensions and specifications are subject to change without notice Ph: (888) 295-8134 | Fax: (800) 699-4889 | www.totousa.com

LHT241(G)

SPECIFICATIONS

22-7/8" x 19-5/8" SanaGloss® ceramic glaze - prevents debris and

1-1/4" 32mm

The single-handle lavatory faucet shall have a maximum flow rate of 1.5 gpm (5.7 lpm). Product shall have lever handle. Product shall have a solid brass construction. Product shall have a ceramic disk mixing cartridge. Product shall include metal popup drain assembly. Product shall beTOTO Model TL210SD#____.

Supreme Wall-Mount Lavatory FEATURES

1-5/16" 34mm

3/8" Comp.

®

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1-3/4" 44mm

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cet centers 8.1/CSA B125.1, 12)

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Meets or exceeds ASME A112.19.2/CSA B45.1, ASME A112.19.14 • Certifications: IAPMO (cUPC), EPA Watersense, State ™ of Massachusetts , City of Los Angeles, and others • Code compliance: UPC, IPC, NSPC, NPC Canada, and others • Legislative compliance: California AB715, California Green Building Code, City of Los Angeles Water Faucet sold separately Efficiency Ordinance

cet centers 12)

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Silas Single-Handle Lavatory Faucet

on Dual-Max 5&gpm faucet Fcet 0.9GPF. Toilet centers ic 12)glaze. Toilet em, elongated utton type trip cet centers cluded T418F(G)#01.

#CP Polished Chrome #BN Brushed Nickel #PN Polished Nickel

#SS-00175, v.02 Printed in U.S.A. | © TOTO USA 06/09 | Printed on recycled paper ♻

CODES/STANDARDS •

Meets or exceeds ASME A112.19.2/CSA B45.1, ASME A112.19.14 Certifications: IAPMO (cUPC), EPA Watersense, State of Massachusetts , City of Los Angeles, and others • Code compliance: UPC, IPC, NSPC, NPC Canada, and others • Legislative compliance: California AB715, California Green Building Code, City of Los Angeles Water Efficiency Ordinance

1/16" Wall Gap

1-1/8" (29mm)

15" - 19" (380mm - 480mm)

3-9/16" (90mm)

ø2-3/16" (ø55mm)

ø5-5/16" (ø135mm) ø4" (ø102mm)

7-1/16" (180mm) 1-3/8" (35mm)

ø1" (ø25mm)

These dimensions and specifi cations are subject to change without notice Ph: (888) 295-8134 | Fax: (800) 699-4889 | www.totousa.com

# SS-00456 V.06 Printed in U.S.A. | © TOTO USA 01/12 | Printed on recycled paper

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Guide

Nandita Mehrotra

Technical Help Nayan Shrimali

Pranab P Kumar

Softwares Used

AutoCAD 3DS Max Rhino 5 Keyshot 4 Adobe Illustrator CS6 Adobe Photoshop CS6

Font Used

ITC New Baskerville Std Lato Nevis Times New Roman

Kiran Prasanth. R. Furniture & Interior Design National Institute of Design Paldi, Ahmedabad Gujarat - 380007 kiranprasanthr@gmail.com kiranprasanth_r@nid.edu mob : 09974762449

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Acknowledgement Pradyumna Vyas ( Director, National Institute Of Design )

P. RamaKrishna Rao ( Coordinator, Furniture & Interior Design )

L. C. Ujawane ( Senior Faculty, Furniture & Interior Design )

Anuya Naik Andre Noronha Mann Singh Kamlesh Bhai All the staffs of NID workshop Kailas Nath ( Architect) Hari Krishnan S Krishna Kumar Menon Arun Prakash

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Swaroop M S Naveen Kosisa Anish Cherian Fazal Thanveer Pradeep Kumar Himesh Sharma Swathy Deepak Rahul Sahu G S Kannan Srinihal Pouka Gokul Raj Atul S N Sumila Phijam G S Kannan Jishnuram C A Thanuram C A Akash More Govind Krishna Aditi Agarwal Anjali Menon Vivek V Ram

Ashoka Prem Abhilash Jose Wrik Dhar Pooja Kulkarni NID Community


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