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THE ORCHARD

SENIOR DESIGN STUDIO

CONCEPT Tree Rings

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The Orchard Assisted Living Home provides a unique outlook on a residential approach to assisted living by creating “home” units for the residents. Borrowing concepts found in nature, the program was based on the growth of tree rings, strengthening the tree as it grows. The key outcomes that The Orchard seeks to achieve include stimulating, reviving, and creating memory, strengthening community among residents and staff, and provide a place of self-healing for the residents, battling boredom, loneliness, and helplessness. These outcomes are achieved by several main factors throughout the site. Inner courtyards and DIRTT plant walls have been used throughout each building to create green space inside. The interior finishes contain many different textures, enticing the residents to touch, feel, and trigger memories. It is not only a beautiful site for the aging population, but also a wonderful place for members of the larger community to visit one of the many features on site, including walkable gardens, several outdoor cooking spaces, gym, theater, salon, and more. Residents of varying capacities can be accommodated due to various specialties in each place of residence, including individual units for memory care, skilled nursing, and assisted living. By utilizing these key concepts and borrowing a few rules from nature’s tree rings, The Orchard seeks to be a fully functioning medical facility that feels just like home.

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CIRCULATION KEY

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Driveways Sidewalks Parking Patio/Porch

N CIRCULATION SITE PLAN

Scale: 1/128” = 1’-0”

SITE AMENITIES

Promoting community, memory, and self-healing. A beach view and grilling station provides a little more privacy for residents to enjoy the beautiful setting.

A putting green brings Bandon’s fame for golfing to The Orchard, giving residents something fun to keep them active and outdoors.

The clock tower common area promote community by serving as a central meeting space, complete with a slightly raised stage for live performances.

Outdoor grilling areas and wildflower gardens close to main buildings provide safe access to nature. Residents will feel comfortable venturing out into nature if they know they can be seen by staff.

The central courtyard in the main building provides nature to residents and staff who spend all day inside. Large glass walls separate the courtyard from the interior, forming minimal boundary between the two.

The Roundabout located near the site entrance serves as a place for potential expansion, perhaps as an outdoor farmer’s market, bringing members of Bandon’s community to The Orchard.

The Orchard is not only a beautiful site for the aging population, but also a wonderful place for members of the larger community to come and enjoy their day visiting one of the many features on site, including walkable gardens, several outdoor cooking spaces, gym, theater, salon, and more.”

N RENDERED SITE PLAN

Scale: 1/128” = 1’-0”

OUTDOOR CLOCK TOWER

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N REFLECTED CEILING PLAN - COMMON Scale: 1/16” = 1’-0”

N REFLECTED CEILING PLAN - RESIDENTIAL

Scale: 1/16” = 1’-0”


FURNITURE SELECTIONS

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THE MAIN BUILDING The HEART of the The Orchard.

MAIN BUILDING SECTION

In the dining room, an entire wall is dedicated for DIRTT plant walls.

Scale: 3/32” = 1’-0”

The inner courtyard doesn’t have a roof structure and is completely open to the sky above.

An attic is provided in the main building for staff and facility storage.

01 An interior central courtyard is the HEART of the entire main building.

For the upstairs nurses, a work room, record storage, and staff restroom are provided.

Amenities such as a movie theater encourage residents to interact and prevent loneliness.

Up

Movie Theater

To allow residents to feel independent, residents can pickup medication and visit a doctor on the site.

Elev.

In order to obtain privacy, a remote emergency entrance for patients is available at The Orchard.

Down

Open to Below Elev. RR

Sliding glass doors that open to bring the outside into the interiors.

Work Room Storage Storage

Concessions

Private Dining

Clinic Rooms

Salon

Nurse’s Station

Emergency Entrance

Lab

Private Dining

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Reception

Outdoor Dining

A weight room and aerobics gym is an amenity for the residents that allows them to stay in shape and exercise.

Central Courtyard

Weight Room

RR

Shared Porch

01

Open to Below

Aerobics Gym

Storage Semi Private Room Rooftop Garden

Chapel

Main Dining Room

Open to Below

Administrative Offices Men’s RR

Food Line

Men’s RR

Cart Nook

Women’s RR

Women’s RR Storage

Kitchen

Porch

Elev.

Storage

Library

Elev. Down

Up Storage Trash & Delivery

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To allow for staff to feel at home themselves, outdoor lounges are provided for their breaks.

Lobby

The Orchard provides residents a library with computer technology and a window wall that looks out over the ocean for storm watching.

N MAIN BUILDING LOWER LEVEL

Scale: 1/16” = 1’-0”

At The Orchard, the residents have the opportunity to plant fruits and vegetables in their rooftop garden. Gardening promotes a healthy living and community on the site.

MAIN BUILDING UPPER LEVEL

Main Entrance DIRTT plant walls are included in the entrance lobby to introduce the overall theme of The Orchard of bringing the exterior to in the interiors.

Open to Below

Residents can be dropped off or picked up at the front door under a covered driveway.

Scale: 1/16” = 1’-0”

A large green wall blocks all employee parking and loading dock from visitors. This separates the front of the house, from the back of the house.

The key outcomes that The Orchard seeks to achieve include stimulating, reviving, and creating memory, strengthening community among for each residents and staff, and ultimately to provide a place of self-healing for the residents, battling boredom, loneliness, and helplessness.”

RENDERED ELEVATION COMMON DINING SPACE Scale: 1/4” = 1’ - 0”

Large beam rafters on the ceilings represent Bandon’s seaside architectural style.

Furniture Schedule Symbol A B

Name Manufacturer Bindu Side Coalesse Chair Marquette Radiant Base Leland Table

C

Millbrae Lifestyle Lounge

D

Millbrae Lifestyle Lounge Three-Seat Sofa

E F G

Quantity

Coalesse

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Emu Heaven Arm Chair Emu Round Table

Location Chapel and dining room

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48”DIA, 29”H

Dining room

Laminate W2 edge table

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35”D, 351/2”W, 283/4”H

Lobby

COM fabric

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35”D, 931/2”W, 283/4”H

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Trees Table

Dimensions 25”D, 25”W, 37-3/4”H

Coalesse

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Lobby

COM fabric

15-1/2”D, 14”W, 23”H

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Bevel highembossed wood

24”D, 271/4”W, 31”H 35-1/2”D, 291/2”H

Outdoor Patio Outdoor Patio

The double height inner courtyard is constructed of glass and is entirely see through. This allows residents to observe straight through and see where they are going and where they are in the building.

All DIRTT green plant walls will be filled with native Oregon plants to incorporate the surrounding community into The Orchard.

MAIN LOBBY

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CONCEPT AND ORGANIZATION SKETCHES Not To Scale

Private Dining

Private Dining

Outdoor Dining

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A

Main Dining Room

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Storage

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N RENDERED FLOOR PLAN - COMMON

Main Entrance

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ONE RESIDENTIAL UNIT The CAMBIUM layer, promoting growth, healing, + community.

Two story window walls provide ample light into the interiors.

DIRTT plant walls bring the outdoors inside so residents and staff always have a taste of nature.

Standard Room

Dining Room

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Elec. Closet

Main Entrance

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Outdoor patio spaces are shared between each of the residences, promoting community between homes.

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Rooftop gardens are easily accessible to residents and provide a space for gardening.

Standard Room

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Staff members can feel right at home with their own staff locker rooms and showers.

TYPICAL RESIDENCE LOWER LEVEL

TYPICAL RESIDENCE UPPER LEVEL

Scale: 1/16” = 1’-0”

Scale: 1/16” = 1’-0”

In all resident rooms, wood ceilings and rafter beams represent Bandon, Oregon’s rustic interior design.

A contemporary twist on rustic Oregon barn doors creates an interesting alternative to closet doors.

RESIDENCE BACK PORCH

RESIDENTIAL BEDROOM

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Millbrae Lifestyle Lounge

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Location Chapel and dining room

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TYPICAL RESIDENCE BUILDING SECTION

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Each resident, upstairs or downstairs, has easy access to wrap around porches that include rocking chairs and places to sit and enjoy ocean views.

Each resident has space outside his or her room to personalize.

Staff members can feel right at home with their own staff locker rooms and showers.

Casement windows allow more daylight to illuminate spaces.

Native Oregon flagstone on all fireplaces creates a home-like feeling to the living rooms.

Standard Room

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N RENDERED FLOOR PLAN - RESIDENTIAL

Scale: 3/32” = 1’-0”

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9'-0"AFF

7'-0"AFF 1'-4"

1" 3'-02 AFF

DIMENSIONS ELEVATION RESIDENTIAL LIVING SPACE

10'-6"

5'-8"

7'-6" 12'-0"

1" 2'-62

1" 36'-92

2'-8"

1" 9'-22

1" 13'-42

1" 5'-72

3'-7"

The residential homes are two story in order to allow each resident to have optimal views of the ocean, forest, and courtyard.

Service Entrance

Senior Design Studio Final  

A continuation of the AIAS competition submission - Reinventing Home. By Alyssa Sheen and Malissa Jeffreys.