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205.305.2827 barton@auburn.edu barton


Table of Contents 01 CORPORATE p. 1-6

02 retail p. 7-12

03 hospitality p. 13-20

04 residential p. 21-26

05 healthcare p. 27-34

BOSTON BANK sass&BIDE clothing the auburn university club the lakehouse Childrens physical care hospital


Boston Bank

l Entry Perspective

01 CORPORATE p. 1-6

CONCEPT:

The design of Boston Bank conveys a warm and welcoming environment to the patron. It will be easy to navigate and will encourage a productive atmosphere that will make the patron feel at ease. The color scheme and natural materials used will reflect the Boston’s image as a city. Both the connection to nature and daylight are incorporated in Boston Bank to nuture the mind while in this space. PROGRAMS USED: AutoCAD, Google SketchUp 8, Adobe Photoshop CS5, Adobe Illustrator CS5

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FURNITURE PLAN

Flooring Legend: Hardwood Carpet Tile

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Boston Bank


DISPLAY FLEXIBLE AREAS

SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES

PRESIDENT

programming

PATRON LOUNGE TELLERS (6)

SOUTH AIRLOCK ENTRY

VAULT

LOBBY AREA

VICE PRESIDEN EXECUTIVE RESTROOM INFORMATION/ CONCIERGE DESK

GENERAL WAITING SPACE

EXECUTIVE WAITING AREA

PARKING LOT

WOMENS RESTROOM

l Zoning Diagram - Department

EXECUTIVE ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT

KITCHENETTE

VICE PRESIDENT SERVICE REPRESENTATIVES SERVICE REPRESENTATIVES (4) JANITOR CLOSET

MENS RESTROOM

BOARD ROOM (14)

LOAN OFFICERS (4)

LOBBY SPACE

LOAN OFFICERS ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT

LOBBY AREA INFORMATION/CONCIERGE DESK AREA WORK AREA

PATRON LOUNGE (8)

EMPLOYEE LOUNGE

PATRON WORK AREA COMMUNITY PATRON RESEARCH/CONNECTION (2) MEETINGS

RESTROOM - PATRON DISPLAY FLEXIBLE AREAS TELLER DEPARTMENT INFORMAL CONFERENCE ROOM

EAST STAIRWELL

CHECK DESK (2) OUTSIDE GENERAL WAITING SPACE (8) WORK AREA

LOADING DOCK

TELLERS (6) VAULT

EAST ELEVATOR

WORKOUT

SAFE DEPOSIT AREA BOXES (2) NIGHT DEPOSIT

ACTIVITY AREA

LOAN DEPARTMENT LOAN OFFICERS (4)

l Bubble Diagram

ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT l Adjacency Matrix SERVICE DEPARTMENT

SERVICE REPRESENTATIVES (4)

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VICE PRESIDENT SERVICE REPS SHARED SPACES

Boston Bank


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ZONING - DEPARTMENT LOBBY TELLER LOAN SERVICE EXECUTIVE UTILITY CIRCULATION AUXILIARY SHARED

KAITLIN BARTON CAHS 3400 PROGRAMMING - ZONING - DEPARTMENT l Board Room Perspective FEBRUARY 3, 2012

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Boston Bank


work station

l Process Sketch of Panel System

l Process Sketch of Work Station

l Scale Model of Panel System

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Boston Bank


panel system PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

l Panel System: Panels & Connectors Drawing

l Panel System Perspective PANEL SYSTEM PRICING QUANTITY 2 3 2 3 2 3 1 2 2 3 1 1 2 3 3 1 1 4 1 2 2 2 2 1

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

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STOCK # PRODUCT DESCRIPTION FT110 Frame - 68" high, 36" wide FT110 Frame - 68" high, 48" wide FT163 Base Cover Retrofit Kit, 36" wide FT163 Base Cover Retrofit Kit, 48" wide FT162 Retrofit Base Cover for Power Entry, 48" wide Frame-to-Frame Collection Hardware 68" high FT128 Off-Module 90 degree Connector Kit FT127 68" high, base cover to the floor Finished End, 68" high FT160 base cover to the floor FT112 Frame Top Cap, 36" wide FT112 Frame Top Cap, 48" wide FT191 Wall Strip, 68" wide X1192 Wall Fastener FT380 Full Height Tile, 36" wide FT380 Full Height Tile, 48" wide FT189 Acoustical Insert FTS11 Concave Rectangular Surface FTS34 Peninsula Surface, Rectangular End FT290 Surface Cantilever, bracket support FT29A Peninsula Support Bracket FT295 Surface Support Rail, 48" wide FT293 Bookcase Surface Support Open Support, Tapered Foot Frame Attached, 24" wide FT294 Infill, Open Support with Tapered Foot FT297 Frame Attached, 24" wide 2-High Meridian Stackable Lateral File 26-30 Standard Pulls, 30" wide 20" deep

UNIT PRICE $193 $215 $68 $75 $47

EXTENSION $386 $645 $136 $75 $94

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$67 $28 $34 $57 $26 $254 $262 $122 $848 $425 $28 $181 $92 $99

$134 $56 $102 $57 $26 $508 $786 $366 $848 $425 $112 $181 $184 $198

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$79

$158

$755 TOTAL

$755 $7,143

l Panel System Pricing

Boston Bank


Sass & Bide Clothing

l Entry Perspective

03 retail p. 7-12

CONCEPT:

Sass & Bide is one of Australia’s most prominant international and pop culture inspired women’s fashion labels. Sarah Jane Clarke (Sass) and Heidi Middleton (Bide) are motivated by a love of vintage clothing markets, commenced modifying jeans purchased from retail outlets, and cutting them to meet their own tastes. The design of this space reflects Sass & Bide’s fashion inspiration through its modern angles and simplicity in color.

sass & bide

PROGRAMS USED: AutoCAD, Google SketchUp 8, Adobe Photoshop CS5, Adobe Illustrator CS5

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programming

l Daylight Zoning Diagram

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Sass & Bide


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WALLS & CEILING

FLOORING

CUSTOM RUG

DISPLAY TABLE

Sass & Bide


renderings

l Display Perspective

l Cashier Perspective

l Storefront Perspective

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Sass & Bide


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The Auburn University Club

l Lobby Perspective

02 hospitality p. 13-20

CONCEPT:

The design of this space is intended to support the connection between the city of Auburn and The Auburn University Club itself. By incorporating subtle uses of Auburn University’s signature colors, orange and blue, the space will portray a warm and familiar atmosphere that makes the patron feel at ease. These design aspects will aide in making the patrons experience in The Auburn University Club more enjoyable and a place where they will want to spend their time. PROGRAMS USED: Revit 2013, Google SketchUp 8, Adobe Photoshop CS5, Adobe Illustrator CS5

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S6

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S6

S6

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S6 T5

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OVERFLOW RESTAURANT SEATING

SCREENED-IN DINING AREA

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T5

S6

TAN

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S15

S6

S15

S6

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S15

S6 T5

S6

SLOPE

T5

S6

S6

S6

S5

S6

S6

S5

S6

S5

S6

S6

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RESTAURANT

T5 S6

S9

T5

T5

S9

S6

S6

S9 S9

BAR

SLOPE

S6

B2

S6

S16

T5

AUXILIARY SPACE

T5

S6

S6

S6

S6

S16

T5

T5

BLUE

T12

S16

T5 S6

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T5

S6

S6

S6

S5

S5

S6 T5

NAVY

S6 T5

T5 S6

TAN

S6

S6

S16

O2 S6

S6

S6

S5

S5

S6

S6

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UP

S6 T5

T5 S6

, METAL

S6

S6

S6

S6

S6

T5 S6

S6

S6 S9

T5 S6

BAR STORAGE

S9

S11

S9

S6

S6

S5 S12

T5 S6

S7

TAN

T5

T6

T12

T7

S6

T5

S15

S16

S8

BLUE

S15

S6

S6

S6

S15

T5

T12

S15

S11

MEN'S RESTROOM 2

S16 T5

S6

S13

S8

ORANGE T5

S13

S6

S9

S9

S9

S9

S9

S9

STORAGE (NOT IN SCOPE OF DESIGN)

S13

S6

S9

BAR

S9 S9

FD

MEN'S RR 1

T2

S3

T4

T3

S4

S2

S10

WAITING

B1

WINE RACK

S2

TO BE S17

YELLOW

T8

T2

WOMEN'S LOCKER ROOM

S14 S13

S14

C2 O1

CLUB STORAGE WOMEN'S RESTROOM 2

T9 S12

S11

MEN'S LOCKER ROOM

S11

T4

WOMEN'S RR 1

S13

S11

S10 S17

S13 T10

H1

S9 T5

TO BE D TO BE

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S9

S16

TAN

S14

S13 T10

S11

BRIC

T9

O1

KITCHEN

ORANGE C ORANGE

(NOT IN SCOPE OF DESIGN)

CLOSET

S1

ENTRY

EGLOMISE

GOLF PRO OFFICE STORAGE

T1

(NOT IN SCOPE OF DESIGN)

S11

SNACK ROOM

C1

AL BASE, RECEPTION

NTIQUE S L BASE P TO BE

STEEL ASS TOP OFFICES

MIRROR

(NOT IN SCOPE OF DESIGN)

GOLF PRO SHOP

(NOT IN SCOPE OF DESIGN)

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BLACK

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The AU Club


SCHEMATIC

l Process Sketch of Bar

l Process Sketch of Restaurant l Furniture, Finishes, & Equipment Pin Up

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The AU Club


2

2' - 10"

NATURAL TEAK CABINETS (TYP)

A-3

PAINTED GYP. BOARD/PAINT WA CORNER CABINET

Bar

WOOD BASE W/ WALNUT FINISH

0' - 4"

WOOD CAP (WALNUT) ABOVE UP

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

1' - 9"

0' - 1 1/2"

4' - 0"

NATURAL TEAK CABINETS (TYP)

2' - 8"

EAST BAR ELEVATION SCALE: 3/4" = 1' - 0"

CERAMIC TILE BACKSPLASH

1' - 10"

1 A-3

CORIAN COUNTERTOP

1 1/2" BRONZE KNOB (TYP)

CORIAN COUNTERTOP

2' - 10"

PAINTED GYP. BOARD/PAINT WALL BEYOND ADJUSTABLE 3/4" PLYWOOD SHELF ON PIN-IN HOLE SYSTEM W/ WALNUT FINISH 3/4" PLYWOOD BASE ANDUPPER FRAMECABINETS WOOD CAP (WALNUT) ABOVE 2" x 4" BRACING STUD (TYP)

0' - 4"

3/4" WOOD KICKBASE W/ WALNUT FINISH

2' - 8"

1' - 9"

BASE CABINET SECTION SCALE: 3/4" = 1' - 0"

1' - 10"

2 A-3

0' - 3"

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

A-3

PARTICLE BOARD (TYP)

0' - 3"

1' - 9"

4' - 0"

1 A-3

0' - 1 1/2"

DRAWER FRONT, WOOD W/ TEAK FINISH 2" x 2" BRACING STUD

EAST BAR ELEVATION

CABINET DOOR, WOOD W/ TEAK FINISH

SCALE: 3/4" = 1' - 0"

l Base Cabinet Detail 3 A-3

CERAMIC TILE BACKSPLASH

BASE CABINET DETAIL SCALE: 3" = 1' - 0"

CORIAN COUNTERTOP

1" THICK CERAMIC TILE BACKSPLASH 1' - 10"

CORIAN COUNTERTOP 3 A-3

NATURAL TEAK CABINETS (TYP)

3/4" WOOD DRAWER W/ TEAK FINISH

CORNER CABINET

ADJUSTABLE 3/4" PLYWOOD SHELF ON PIN-IN HOLE SYSTEM W/ WALNUT FINISH 3/4" PLYWOOD BASE AND FRAME

0' - 4"

WOOD BASE W/ WALNUT FINISH

2' - 10"

2' - 10"

REVEAL, WOOD W/ WALNUT FINISH (TYP)

NATURAL TEAK CABINETS (TYP)

1 1/2" BRONZE KNOB (TYP)

2" x 4" BRACING STUD (TYP) 1' - 9"

0' - 3"

4' - 0"

0' - 1 1/2"

3/4" WOOD KICKBASE W/ WALNUT FINISH

0' - 4"

1' - 5 1/4"

1' - 9"

l East Bar Cabinet Elevation 1 A-3

WOOD BASE W/ WALNUT FINISH

DRAWER, NATURAL WOOD

0' - 4 1/2"

3/4" WOOD DRAWER W/ TEAK FINISH

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

CORIAN SLAB W/ RADIUS EDGE

3 A-3

2

NATURAL TEAK CABINETS (TYP) CORNER CABINET

0' - 2"

1' - 10"

l Bar Perspective

2' - 10"

l Bar Materials and Furniture Selection 1" THICK CERAMIC TILE BACKSPLASH

EAST BAR ELEVATION SCALE: 3/4" = 1' - 0"

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0' - 3"

l Base Cabinet Section BASE CABINET SECTION

2 A-3

SCALE: 3/4" = 1' - 0"

The AU Club

DRAW CHE


demolition PLAN UP

UP

LEGEND: SYMBOL UP

UP

EXISTING BUILT-IN TO BE REMOVED OVERHEAD CABINETS CEILING HEIGHT CHANGE FLOOD DRAIN

BAR

6' - 9 1/2"

RESTAURANT

MEN'S RESTROOM 2

5' - 4 3/4"

MENS LOCKER ROOM

GENERAL NOTES: ALL DIMENSIONS TO BE FIELD VERIFIED 4' - 9 1/2"

5' - 7 1/2"

1' - 5" 3' - 8 1/2"

AUXILIARY SPACE

FD

1' - 1 1/2"

3' - 1 7/16"

3' - 3"

EXISTING BUILT-IN TO REMAIN

14' - 5"

SCREENED-IN DINING AREA

DESCRIPTION EXISTING WALL TO REMAIN EXISTING WALL TO BE REMOVED

ALL DOOR ROUGH OPENINGS 2" WIDER AND 2 1/2" TALLER THAN ACTUAL DOOR SIZE RESTROOM NOTES: (TYP) PUSH PADDLE SOAP DISPENSER PULL OUT PAPER TOWEL DISPENSER PADDLE LEVER HARDWARE ON WALL MOUNT SINK

MEN'S RR 1

BAR

OA

96' - 10"

15' - 9 1/2"

STORAGE

*SEE NOTES

FD

7' - 7"

WAITING

WINE RACK

WOMEN'S RESTROOM 2 *SEE NOTES

WOMEN'S RR 1 6' - 2 1/4"

KITCHEN

2' - 4 3/4"

(NOT IN SCOPE OF DESIGN)

CLOSET

WOMEN'S LOCKER ROOM

2' - 4" 3' - 6 1/4"

1' - 11"

1' - 8 1/4"

STORAGE

(NOT IN SCOPE OF DESIGN)

CLOSET ENTRY

GOLF PRO OFFICE (NOT IN SCOPE OF DESIGN)

5' - 4"

SNACK ROOM

CLOSET

2' - 10" RECEPTION

GOLF PRO SHOP

OFFICES

(NOT IN SCOPE OF DESIGN)

(NOT IN SCOPE OF DESIGN)

137' - 7 1/2"

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l Demolition Plan

OA

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DEMOLITION PLAN SCALE: 1/8" = 1' - 0"

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The AU Club


new construction

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l New Construction Plan

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The AU Club


RESTAURANT

l Restaurant Perspective

l Restaurant Materials Selection

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The AU Club


PHYSICAL BOARDS

l Presentation Board 2 of 6 - Lobby & Waiting

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l Presentation Board 5 of 6 - Locker Rooms

The AU Club


The Lakehouse

l Dining Room Perspective

04 residential p. 21-26

CONCEPT:

The Lakehouse is a group project completed by myself, Kaki Brink, and Lauren Wyatt. It is designed to be a functional, aesthetically pleasing, and cost efficient home using sustainability as a foundation for each of these aspects. We have aspired to make the sustainability movement in homes attractive and attainable. The home will feature an energy efficient design in its orientation, systems, and appliances. PROGRAMS USED: Revit 2011, Google SketchUp 8, Adobe Photoshop CS5, Adobe Illustrator CS5

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green

comfort

l Logo Design


process sketches

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l Level 2 Bubble Diagram

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l Level 1 Space Planning

The Lakehouse


FLOOR PLAN

N

l Floor Plan - Level 1

Section 1 1/8”= 1’-0”

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l Floor Plan - Level 2

Section 2 1/8”= 1’-0”

The Lakehouse


sustainability

l Exterior Perspective l Several innovative resources work to improve efficiency and environmental consciousness in this house. The use of these techniques lowers the home’s carbon footprint and contributes to its’ overall sustainable impact.

l Photovoltaic shingles absorb UV radiation and convert it to usable energy in the form of electricity. l The rainwater harvesting system conserves rainwater to irrigate the green roof.

l The house features an intensive roof garden, photovoltaic shingles, rainwater harvesting, a self-programming thermostat, and a radiant floor heating system. l The roof garden contributes to lowering HVAC energy use by heating and cooling the home naturally.

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l The thermostat employs programs itself to run the heating and cooling systems most efficiently. l Radiant floor heat embedded in the foundation heats the home from the ground up.

The Lakehouse


BEDROOM

l Bedroom Perspective

l Bedroom Materials & Furniture Selections

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The Lakehouse


DIGITAL BOARD Kitchen THE KITCHEN SERVES AS THE HEART OF THE MAIN FLOOR. STAINLESS STEEL APPLIANCES AND MORE TRADITIONAL CABINETRY WORK TOGETHER IN THIS SPACE TO ACCENT ONE ANOTHER. THE LARGE ISLAND WITH BARSTOOL SEATING PROVIDES PLENTY OF ROOM FOR COOKING AND QUICK MEALS.

Stone Flooring

Bar Stools

Cabinets

Countertop

Backsplash

Casework Elevation B 1/2” = 1’-0”

Casework Elevation A 1/2” = 1’-0”

Lounge Chair

Trim Color

Table Lamp

Wall Color

Rug

Hardwood Flooring

Living CUSTOM CASEWORK IN THE LIVING ROOM INCORPORATES A FLAT SCREEN TV AND A VENTLESS, GAS FIREPLACE. A MOVABLE NANAWALL EXPANDS THE LIVING SPACE TO INCLUDE THE PATIO. COMFORTABLE FURNITURE IS EMPLOYED TO PROVIDE AN ENJOYABLE AREA OF THE HOME TO RELAX.

kaki brink lauren wyatt kaitlin barton

Kitchen & Living Perspective

THE LAKEHOUSE

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l Digital Presentation Board - 1 of 5

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The Lakehouse


Children''s Physical Care Hospital

l 3rd Floor Waiting Perspective - Designed By: Kaitlin Barton, Hannah Yon, Sarah Davis, & Kaki Brink; Rendered By: Kaitlin Barton

05 healthcare p. 27-35

PROJECT DESCRIPTION:

Children’s Physical Care Hospital is a three-part project. Phase 1 was done in a group with myself, Kaki Brink, Sarah Davis, and Hannah Yon. In this phase, we produced conceptual designs for the Entry, Lobby, 2nd Floor Therapy Gym, and 3rd Floor Waiting/Kitchen Area. Phase 2 and 3 were done individually and consisted of complete designs for a patient room and a nurses’ station. The three phases use evidence based design decisions and are all branded together, but are not located in the same building. PROGRAMS USED: Revit 2011, AutoCad 2011, Google SketchUp 8, Adobe Photoshop & Adobe Illustrator CS5

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children’s physical care hospital putting your pieces back together

l Logo Design


CONCEPT // GOALS

Phase 1

CONCEPT CONCEPT

the informed design for Landstuhl’s Children Physical Care Center will endeavor to create energetic solutions, inviting the community into a space dedicated to educating, comforting, and creating smiles with youthful charm and warmth. The built environment will use advanced wayfinding systems to create an ease of use. Finally, The space will be infused with a fresh perspective for Landstuhl, welcoming highly collaborative staff culture, rapidly changing technologies, and socially responsible practices.

EBD

GOAL?

sustainable practices

wayfinding

rehabilitate.

technological advance

HIGHEST QUALITY of

CARE

l Concept Statement & Diagram gift shop

administration

pharmacy

primary path of travel

lobby

diagram

LEGEND to provide a hospital design that will provide community LEGEND outreach and engage the people of Landstuhl.staff

diagram

diagram

goals

l Wayfinding Technique - Color Coded Levels

patient

storage o design a socially responsible healthcare facility that will also educate the ommunity about environmentally responsible strategies. public med circulation

outdoor terrain park

security

light circulation

vertical circulation

PUBLIC elevators

private

o provide a customized rehabilitative therapy center for all patients, that give ach child a sense of control of their healing space. TECHNIQUES TECHNIQUES o offer productive and educational research and teaching facilities for the uture of medical care.

LEGEND

cafeteria

therapy pool

1. primary path of travel indicates public travel paths from THE PUBLIC elevators to THE public restroms + waiting area.

public restrooms

elevators

classrooms

IMPORTANT

MILDLY IMPORTANT

UNIMPORTANT

1. most important adjacencies include patient, employee lounge, prep, and nursing station relationships for operation purposes.

2. Medium circulation paths enter common public spaces such as cafeteria, or pharmacy as well as the therapy rooms, patient corridors, and administrative/staff areas.

o foster a design based on efficiency + evidence-based organizational strategy or the staff. patient wing

massage therapy

security relationship to thE large public areas is important.

patient wing

employees

THe employee lounge can be accessed from the public elevator for privacy purposes.

4. vertical circulation identifies stair and elevators that access all three floors of the hospital.

PREP

NURSE

NURSE

PREP

Storage relation to the pool area for convenience is important

meditation

PUBLIC elevators

PUBLIC ELEVATORS

LOBBY

therapy room

patient wing

public restrooms

lobby

therapy room

surgical wing has vital relationship to the lab, prep, and recovery areas

lab

elevators

public restrooms

prep + recovery

surgical wing

elevators

CIRCULATION

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2. Medium security was given to employee lounge, select therapy rooms, the surgical wing, and staff elevators, monitoring access with key-cards, less strict than maximum security listed below.

PREP

PATIENT

PATIENT

3. Light circulation paths enter private spaces accessible by patients and staff only.

public restrooms, stairwells and elevators are given minimum security, but monitored with video cameras

PREP

o endeavor to provide a cost-effective facility that will protect investor ssets through Fiscal sustainability. The meditation room has a lightcirculation path which is for less frequented public use.

TECHNIQUES 1. Minimum security was given to public areas for visibility to all public areas from the reception desks.

KITCHEN

2. mildly important adjacencies include admin access to the public, therapy room access to public areas, and storage relation to the janitor.

PATIENT

NURSE

PATIENTS

SURGERY PREP

PATIENT

PATIENT

JANITOR

OBSERVATION ROOM

SURGERY

STORAGE

ADJACENCY

Administrative offices and utility areas are also monitored by key-card access 3. Maximum security was given to all patient wings, and select patient services such as therapy pools and classrooms, allowing authorized personnel only through strict keycard access.

SECURITY CPC Hospital


renderings

l 1st Floor Waiting Perspective - Rendered by Sarah Davis

l 1st Floor Entry Perspective - Rendered by Sarah Davis

l 1st Floor Therapy Pool Perspective - Rendered by Kaki Brink l 3rd Floor Receptionist Perspective - Rendered by Kaitlin Barton

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CPC Hospital


Presentation Binder

l Presentation Binder - Includes Renderings & Material Selections For Each Level

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CPC Hospital


phase 2

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CPC Hospital


nurses station

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CPC Hospital


Typical Pediatric Patient Room

phase 3

inboard - mirrored - private patient room & nurses' station furniture plan

Increase Infection Control Centralized nurses’ station provides the patient with the most efficient care

Optimize daylight and family area

Mirrored rooms share the same plumbing wall and saves plumbing costs

Decrease walking distance from the staff to patient Design intentionally for the child to be most comfortable

scale: 1/16”-1’-0”

Sleeper sofa provided for family members to sleep over night Two desks at different heights are intended for one adult (30” high) and one child (18” high)

nurse/staff

patient

family + friends

This is a private room housing one bed for one patient A sink is provided for the staff upon entry to wash hands immediately to increase infection control Cabinet outside each patient room is used for clean linens, so they are not mixed in with the soiled linens

ZONING DIAGRAM

furniture plan

An inboard ADA accessible restroom with shower is designed to provide more space for the family and optimize the most daylight

scale: 1/4”-1’-0”

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Typical Pediatric Patient Room

patient room

inboard - mirrored - private

foot-of-bed elevation scale: 3/8”-1’-0”

FoOT-of-bed view

CHAIR

SOFA PILLOW & BLANKET

WALLPAPER

WALL

FLOORING CABINETRY

WALL

WALL

CEILING

TRIM

WALL

Head-of-bed elevation HEAD-of-bed view

scale: 3/8”-1’-0”

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