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Marra Lopes About Me Since I was young, I was constantly seeking spaces to creatively transform. As I grew older, I began to consider the use of a space and its impact on those around it. Over the years, this interest ignited into a passion and now I am currently completing my final year at Florida State University studying Interior Design. Having relocated to the United States from Cambridge, England to pursue my education, I have witnessed two distinct environments that are both marked by evolution. These environments and my experience with them influenced my evolution as a designer. As a student pursuing a postgraduate degree in Interior Design, I feel it is imperative to integrate sustainable design principles into the design process. My passion for sustainability paired with my appreciation for Interior Design has ignited this interest and it is my ambition to bring environmental considerations to the forefront of design. When looking to the future, I envision a world where humans live in harmony with their environment, each other, and themselves. While doing so requires a fundamental shift, a holistic approach can be adopted, redefining our relationship with our planet.

Contact Email: Marrayanceylopes@gmail.com Phone: +1 (470) 301 6313 Online Portfolio: MarraLopes.com Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/marra-lopes-458aa7174/


RESUME WORK EXPERIENCE Design Intern

CONTACT E-mail: Marrayanceylopes@gmail.com

CAMBRIDGE, ENGLAND / AZ INTERIORS / MAY 2018 - AUG 2018

Phone:

Assisted in organizing client meetings and generating meeting deliverables

+1(470)-301-6313

Designed and developed corporate and residential environments using

Linkedin:

Sketch Up & Auto CAD •

Selected FF&E

Design Intern

https://www.linkedin.com/in/marralopes-458aa7174/

ATLANTA, GEORGIA / PLANNING INTERIORS / JULY 2019 - AUG 2019 •

Accompanied employees on site visits and surveyed corporate offices

ONLINE PORTFOLIO

Attended company and client meetings to discuss design strategies and

MarraLopes.com

finish selections •

Updated and developed floor plans on CAD Architecture

Placed sample orders and responded to company emails

Selected FF&E

OBJECTIVE To advance my design education

Event Organizer & Server

in a graduate program that

MILDENHALL, ENGLAND / MILDENHALL GALAXY CLUB / OCT 2014 - May 2016

emphasizes sustainability in the

Served and catered military promotional dinners, meetings, and receptions

Set up and organized weddings, celebrations, and ceremonies

Mentor

interior environment

TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA / RAA MIDDLE SCHOOL / FEB 2018 - MAY 2018

TECHNICAL SKILLS

Assisted students with homework and projects

Hand rendering

Discussed with students, future goals and aspirations

Photoshop

EDUCATION

Auto CAD

Florida State University

Revit

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN INTERIOR DESIGN / SUMMER 2016 TO PRESENT

InDesign

Expected graduation date: May 2020

Department of Interior Architecture + Design (CIDA Accredited)

GPA: 3.925

Community College •

Tallahassee Community College (Completed classes)

Pensacola State College (Completed classes)

AWARDS

Lumion Sketch UP Illustrator

COMMUNITY SERVICE •

Red Nose Day Rowing: Rowed 45 minutes for British charities

Florida State University •

Volunteer summer school

Presidents Award for academic achievement / 2017-2019

Outstanding Studio Performance Award / Spring 2018

1st Place Charette Winner; Invisible Cities / Spring 2018

Active IDSO Member / 2017-2019

Active IIDA Student Member / 2018-2020

FSU Swim Club Secretary / 2019-2020

Golden Lighting Showcase Participant / 2019

Retail Design institute Competition Participant / 2019

State legislative hearings on

Community Choice Award / Local Harvest / 2019

professional accreditation

enrichment assistant •

Florida State University recycling volunteer

Florida State University track and field volunteer

Student advocate at Florida


Design Philosophy I was created to create. I was created to inspire. I was created to better the life of our inevitable future. I believe every interior conveys the voice of its users. I strive to express the spirit of every space while creating practical design solutions for the benefit of others and our environment.

Creating interior spaces of beauty and function, while enhancing and protecting our natural environment is my purpose and I aspire to share this value with my clients. To me, sustainability and design are inseparable and mutually inclusive, and it is my goal to meet the needs of the present without compromising our future. As designers, we have a tremendous impact on the sustainability of a space and how ecologically people interact with it. By following sustainable design principles, we can reduce our ecological footprint and create a better future.

There is no beauty in the finest spaces if they destroy our environment. Sustainable design is no longer a design choice; it’s a design ethic.


CONTENTS

01 02 03 04 05

BUILDING A HAPPIER WORKPLACE MC10 Office Project I Studio III

RIDING INTO THE FUTURE Redesigning Strozier Library I Studio II

CANVAS COSMETICS Retail Design Competition I Studio III

LOCAL HARVEST Local Market Hall I Studio IIII

FSU PRIMARY HEALTH Healthcare Design I Studio IIII


01

BUILDING A HAPPIER WORKPLACE MC10 Office Project I Studio III

Location:

Chattanooga, Tennessee

Size:

12,500 sf or 1,161 sm

Programs Used:

Revit, Photoshop, Indesign, Illustrator

Duration:

13 Weeks

Group/Individual:

Individual

The Challenge for this project was to create a corporate interior for the newly developed health and wellness company MC10. This challenge was addressed by examining the values of the client, their products, and their organizational structure. Additional considerations were also accounted for such as the location of the site, and popular workplace trends. To reflect MC10’s dynamic culture, a lively and energizing space was created, positively influencing the occupants and supporting the company’s needs.

Ti m e l i n e

01 02 03 04 CLIENT RESEARCH

PRECEDENT STUDIES

LOCATION ANALYSIS

Predesign

CONCEPT & GOALS


Site

Birds eye view of Chattanooga, Tennessee

Photo retrieved from Chattanoogafun.com

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PROGRAM MATRIX & DIAGRAMMING

SPACE PLANNING

FF&E SELECTION

Design

DESIGN DEVELOPMENT


PREDESIGN About MC10

Concept

MC10 is a new and dynamic company that seeks

The movement of the Tennessee river inspired the design

to improve human health through digital healthcare

of MC10’s office space. Focusing on rivers natural

technology. With wearable technology, advanced

motion, the architecture and interior includes organic

health insights are collected on sleep, vital signs, and

forms, accompanied by cool and vibrant hues. This

activity.

created a continuous flow of energy, as well as a sense of liveliness, movement, and nourishment for the users.

Goals

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Make strong references to the context of the city by representing the natural and local environment

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Provide an abundance of natural light to improve employee well-being and make employees feel

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DATE: 04/10/2019 LEVEL 2 SCALE: NA

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Align the design aesthetic to the client’s vision

Neighboring offices

Location

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Create a sense of movement in the space by

The MC10 office is located within a corporate

incorporating ample circulation and an open

building housing other small businesses. The building

plan

is conveniently located on the south bank of the Tennessee River with quick and easy access to many of Chattanooga’s downtown amenities. Because of its scenic location, views overlook the picturesque Tennessee River and the beautiful Renaissance Park.

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Foster a sense of community by: • Providing community tables to encourage interaction • Incorporating modular components that can be stacked and moved around


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Feature stairs

Feature stairs

Blocking Open Office Enclave Enclave

main entry

main entry Adjacency Matrix

Meet Space

Open Office

Conference Chief Council CFO Meet CEO Space

Server

Print

IT Level 2 Reception

Coffee Bar Open Office Open Office

Work Cafe COO Print

Staff Training

HR Symbol Legend Level 1

Distant Adjacency Direct Adjacency

Enclave

Meet Space

Enclave

Design Strategies The MC10 office space was strategically designed with active circulation and zoning in mind. As seen in the diagrams above, each space is characterized by their operation, separating areas of activity and focus. This provides each employee with appropriate spaces to focus individually or engage with others. After separating these zones, each space was drawn from the perimeter, fostering a sense of community and maintaining open sightlines.

Key Reception

Additional Work Spaces

Social Hubs

Equipment

Work Areas Meeting Spaces


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seating to either side. A map of Chattanooga is seen on the left wall, making strong references to the local environment. To the right, athletic super graphics are paired with an inspirational quote, product depictions, and a staff directory wall. These features further illustrate the concept of movement and align directly to the clients vibrant and active design aesthetic.

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Feature Stairs The features stairs are located adjacent to the reception and showcase a large stone wall with falling water. This feature references one of Chattanooga’s greatest attractions, Ruby Falls and creates a natural design element while providing white noise throughout the space for privacy and concentration.

Pictured below is the open office where employees are able to move freely around the space, focus on individual work, or hold meetings. An abundance of natural light floods the space, improving employee wellbeing and productivity. In addition, a sense of community is created by lowering sightlines and creating a legible landscape.

Open Office


Staff Training The staff training room is located adjacent to the open office. The room is designed to include a group table towards the front and a presentation area towards the back. A translucent map of Chattanooga covers the glass wall on the exterior, creating privacy. There is also a wayfinding feature on the right wall helping users navigate through the office.

Conference Room

Wayfinding Key Social Hubs Meeting Rooms Work Areas Equipment Rooms

The entrance of the conference room features markings tying to the color coded wayfinding system which assists in leading guests directly to the space and is categorized with a blue line and graphic. Vinyl lettering is placed on the door calling out the name of the space and is based on sites around Chattanooga. Lastly, A map of Chattanooga on translucent film provides privacy for employees using the space.


02

RIDING INTO THE FUTURE Redesigning Strozier Library I Studio II

Location:

Tallahassee, Florida

Size:

8,000 sf or 743 sm

Programs Used:

Photoshop, Indesign, Hand rendering, SketchUp

Duration:

4 Weeks

Group/Individual:

Group of 3

The initial challenge of the project was to redesign two prominent spaces in the Florida State University Strozier Library. Both a flexible classroom lounge and innovative library of the future were created that incorporated advanced solutions to aid students in reaching their academic goals. During the predesign phase, my group gathered and conducted extensive research which aided us in the design. By analyzing Strozier Library, conducting face-to-face interviews, and voluntarily creating surveys, my group was able to better understand the needs of those using the space. Overall two innovative and functional designs were created, providing students with the tools they need to complete their journey to their degree. Ti m e l i n e

01 02 03 04

SURVEY CREATION & ANALYSIS

PRECEDENT STUDIES

CONCEPT & GOALS

Predesign

COLOR PALETTE


Site

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DIAGRAMMING

SPACE PLANNING

FF&E SELECTION

Design

DESIGN DEVELOPMENT


PREDESIGN Research The purpose of creating a survey was to obtain reputable information to aid our team in making appropriate design decisions. The research gathered provided my group with unique design solutions and functional features and made the two spaces successful in meeting the student’s needs. Demographics Senior

23%

Concept

Junior

35%

Sophomore

28%

Freshman

14%

The re-design of FSU’s Strozier Library includes both a library of the future and classroom lounge and was inspired by the concept of a bicycle. Just as a bicycle assists one to arrive at a location, these spaces provide

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Different majors surveyed

41%

Attend the library in groups

students with the tools they need to complete their journey to their degree. Within each space, modular furniture was selected to emphasize collaboration along with

66%

Use the study rooms

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People complained about seating

environmentally friendly materials.

Goals

1

Facilities Used Study Rooms

66%

materials such as natural wood, non-toxic products,

42%

Singular Pods

and recycled furniture

2

41%

Computers Printers

Incorporate sustainable and environmentally friendly

52%

Include appropriate circulation, allowing faculty and students to easily move around in the space

Starbucks Book Checkout

86% 7%

3

Create an acoustically sound environment through furnishings and material selections


Color Palette The spaces include pastel shades of fundamental colors, reflecting the fundamental elements of a bicycle.

Sea Blue

Petal Pink

Bubble Flow Library Of The Future

Bubble Flow Classroom Lounge Group Study Space

main entry

Group Study Space

Individual Study Space

Sand Brown

Merigold Yellow

Individual Study Space

Classroom

Lounge Lounge

Tech Center

main entry Blocking

Design Strategies

Group Study Space

Individual Study Space

Library Of The Future

Lounge

While designing the classroom lounge and library of the future, appropriate circulation and diverse spaces were implemented. Each

Tech Center Group Study Space

design supports these considerations by zoning

Individual Study Space

Classroom Lounge Classroom

the spaces into different areas. This zoning creates natural circulation and diverse spaces

Lounge

accommodating studying, lounging, group and Loud Zone

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Quiet Zone

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Sustainability

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design of each interior and include recycled furniture, energy-efficient design strategies, closed loop products, natural materials, and low-emitting paint. Implementing sustainable design practices will reduce Florida State University’s carbon footprint and will keep excess pollution out of our air, water, and landfills. In addition, turning towards these practices will improve the overall health and well-being of occupants using the space.

01. Recycled Lounge Chair Steelcase

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Closed Loop Product Cradle2Cradle Wood Floor

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Drawn by group member, Meagan Haley

Pictured is the central lounge space within the library of the future. The Library includes individual study spaces with alcoves and desks to create a secluded area for studying. Group spaces are also included, emphasizing collaboration among students. In addition, there is a technology center offering services such as device check-outs and tech assistance.

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This perspective features the group study and lounge area. In the back, a wool and silk mural is used to diffuse noise and add an aesthetically pleasing feature. In front is lounge seating with side desks for students to work. Past the felt partitions are singular study chairs and in this view is the group study area with bar height seating and curved sofas.

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CANVAS COSMETICS Retail Design Competition I Studio III

Size:

900 sf or 83 sm

Programs Used:

Photoshop, Indesign, Revit, Hand Rendering

Duration:

3 Weeks

Group/Individual:

Individual

This project features a proposal for a student design competition hosted by the Retail Design Institutes Ohio Chapter. The chosen category, beauty Inside a grocer included the challenge designers and retailers experience with the expansion of beauty companies in grocery and drugstores. Within the competition, an 83sm space was provided within a standard grocery store for students to design. Stepping away from the outdated and patriarchal ideal of beauty, my proposal included an environmentally friendly and socially conscious design that marketed products to everyone and represented people through all walks of life.

Ti m e l i n e

01 02 03 04

BACKGROUND RESEARCH

PROGRAMMING

CONCEPT & GOALS

Predesign

COLOR PALETTE


Photo retrieved from Dazeddigital.com

05 06 07 08

DIAGRAMMING

SPACE PLANNING

FF&E SELECTION

Design

DESIGN DEVELOPMENT


PREDESIGN Factors For A Successful Business

Concept

1 All encompassing

The cosmetic’s department is inspired by the concept of neutrality. Focusing on the liberating potential

Businesses must be welcoming to all people and

for makeup to be empowering for all genders, the

age groups. Design should accommodate all,

Canvas Cosmetic’s department is inclusive and avoids

and should incorporate universal design.

appealing to only one type of identity. To create a

2 Atmosphere

fresh and inviting space for all users, natural forms are accompanied by a range of organic materials and a

Overall atmosphere of the space should reflect the design. Customers should also feel welcomed and comfortable during their visit.

neutral color palette. Clean lines and simple profiles are also incorporated, creating a nonconforming space. Overall, the design is environmentally and

3 Improvement

socially conscious and adopts a gender-neutral

Products and brands value improvement and customer satisfaction, creating quality products.

“glowing SKIN IS

minimalistic aesthetic both men and women can enjoy.

Goals

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Empower all genders Create and environmentally friendly and socially consious space Design a non-conforming space Create a fresh and inviting experience

Color Palette

ALWAYS IN

A neutral color palette was selected to avoid appealing to a specific gender.

Moss Green

Blush Pink

Sand Brown

Coffee Brown


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Canvas Cosmetics is strategically designed to draw customers in and align with the order of traditional makeup routines. This arrangement allows for a seamless customer journey and simple way-finding. Starting on the left, toner, primer, and foundation are displayed followed by mascara, eyeliner, and eyeshadow.

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Canvas Cosmetics is designed in a chronological order, following traditional makeup routines. This strategic decision can be seen in each elevation and makes products simple and easy to locate, positively benefiting each customer’s shopping experience.

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Stepping into the Canvas Cosmetics department, guests can browse through and select products from companies such

as Burt’s Bees, Milk Cosmetics, Lush, and much more. The space is centered by a feature vanity where guests can try on

samples and view the results. The space is grounded with a quote wall in the rear that reads, “glowing skin is always in”,

separating the cosmetics department from the adjacent aisle and creating a more private experience.


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LOCAL HARVEST Local Market Hall I Studio IIII

Location

Tallahassee, Florida

Size:

52,132 sf or 4,843 sm

Programs Used:

Photoshop, Indesign, Illustrator, Revit, Lumion

Duration:

4 Weeks

Group/Individual:

Group of 3

Awards:

Community Choice Award

The Challenge for this group project was to design a space that supports the health and wellness of Tallahassee residents. This challenge was first addressed by surveying the local community and evaluating which new facility type would be most beneficial. Based on our research, the conclusion was to design a local markethall. In order to meet the needs of the Tallahassee community, Local Harvest provides a space for adults, children, and seniors to utilize. Within the facility, human wellness is promoted by providing healthy cuisine, fitness classes, opportunities for relaxation, and easy access to locally grown products. Overall, Local Harvest serves as an all-encompassing environment for residents to utilize while promoting community wellness. Ti m e l i n e

01 02 03 04

DEMOGRAPHIC PROFILES

PRIMARY RESEARCH

LOCATION ANALYSIS

Predesign

CONCEPT, GOALS, & COLOR PALETTE


05 06 07 08

PROGRAM MATRIX & DIAGRAMMING

SPACE PLANNING

FF&E SELECTION

Design

DESIGN DEVELOPMENT


PREDESIGN Survey

Concept

A survey was distributed amongst 170 participants

Lacking a space where residents can come and explore

including Florida State students as well as people of

holistic materials that are locally sourced, Tallahassee,

varying ages within the Tallahassee community. The goal

is locally bare. In order to embody the concept of

was to evaluate which new facility type would be most

locally bare within the market, materials and architectural

beneficial. Almost half of the surveyed participants said

features are honest in construction, leading to an

a local marketplace would be preferred. The remaining

industrial aesthetic which is commonly found in the city of

survey answers were divided among the following

Tallahassee. Integration of natural light and biophilia, as

categories: adult arcade, art museum, and a fitness

well as strategic material selection gives the space a

facility. Based on this information, the conclusion was

more organic feeling, tying back to home-grown products

to design a local markethall which would best benefit

in the space.

Tallahassee and its citizens.

Goals How old are you?

What type of facility would improve the community?

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Create a design that implements universal design principles and ADA regulations to support the

Indoor Market 18-20

Art Museum

21-30

Adult Arcade

31-50

Workplace

50+

Fitness Facility

variety of user needs

2

Other

Support vendors who provide holistic products, healthy food options, and organic produce to

What type of facilities would you like to see?

better community members health and wellbeing

Wellness studio

3

Art studio Plant nursery Stage

Allow ample room for vendor supply needs and appliances

Coffee shop

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Local artists Entertainment area Shops

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and support the local workforce


Color Palette

Craftsman brown

green promote leisure and relaxation. Lastly, neutral browns accent the

Ocean Blue

giving shoppers a “feel good� experience, while more muted shades of

Golden Orange

Stone Green

levels. Vibrant blues and oranges provide an atmosphere that is uplifting

Avocado Brown

The color palette is well-balanced with varying shades and saturation

space bringing in feelings of warmth and wholesomeness, lending an organic aesthetic.

Bubble Flow

staff entry

offices loading

Level 2

closet beer garden

exit

closet

utility

food vendors

exit

stairs stairs

exit

Wine Tasting

RR

utility

farmers market

exit

check out

wellness studio

Level 1 1" = 30'-0"

loading

office

storage

office exit seasonal meet break room

closet exit picnic hall

art gallery

locker room USA

RR thai

coffee coffee cuban ice cream

utility

beer garden

exit

home goods boutiques

bar

ceramics stairs to level 2

elev.

indian mexican greek juice bar

art studio

elev. RR RR

exit

stationary

farmers market

cosmetics

wellness studio

exit RR

utility Level 1

check out

open to below

stairs

dry goods

seasonal

plant nursery

activity area

boutiques

vendor

italian bakery

seasonal

exit

exit

office MEETING SPACE

staff entry

art studio

1

Blocking

utility

Level 1

food vendors

entrance RR

exit

retail

retail

exit

RR

picnic hall

ELEVATOR

activity area bar

break room

exit Wine Tasting

entrance Level 2


DESIGN Level 1 K TYP.

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A Entrance B Health & Wellness Studio C Art Studio D Retail Space E Utility Closest F Restroom G Staff Locker Room/Entrance H Staff Break Room I Staff Restroom J Conference Room K Office

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Loading Zone Storage/Backstock Electric Room Check-out Farmers Market Market Hall Picnic Hall

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Level 2 EXIT TO EMERGENCY STAIRS

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Partial Floor 1" = 30'-0"

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S Wine Tasting Lounge T Cocktail Bar U Beer Garden V Adult Activity Area

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EXIT TO EMERGENCY STAIRS

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Farmers Market

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Rendered by group member, Meagan Haley

The open farmers market provides local residents with the option to purchase locally grown produce. It includes dry goods on the exterior gondolas and refrigerated products in the central area. There are five checkout stations to allow for efficiency and circulation.

Wellness Studio The wellness studio offers an oasis of peace and relaxation. Here guests can attend a variety of fitness classes such as yoga, meditation,

spin,

and

circuit

training. Natural light floods the studio, creating a soothing and inviting atmosphere and provides .

guests with the energy needed to get in shape.


Market Hall

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The market hall is centrally located and features market vendors and restaurants from local businesses. Each vendor is uniquely designed to reflect the cuisine being sold and align with Local Harvest’s industrial aesthetic. Here guests have the option to select from twelve different vendors and enjoy their authentic food.

Coffee Vendor Each vendor space is kept simple to showcase the cuisine being sold by local restaurants. A natural wood canopy, black painted base, and monochrome tiles give the space an industrial feeling, keeping with the heritage of Tallahassee. .


Wine Tasting Partial Floor 1" = 30'-0" DN DN

The wine tasting lounge is a relaxing space which includes a tasting bar and a cozy lounge area. Here, guests can unwind as they enjoy their glass of wine and the company of others. This space includes a door so it can be closed off for private events. 1

Partial Floor 1" = 30'-0" DN DN

The cocktail bar is an lively space and includes a handcrafted bar and a cozy lounge area. Here, guests can unwind as they enjoy their cocktails and music in this softly lit, intimate setting.

Cocktail Bar

1

Rendered by group member, Samantha Kennedy


05

FSU PRIMARY HEALTH Healthcare Design I Studio IIII

Location

Tallahassee, Florida

Size:

20,928 sf or 1,944 sm

Programs Used:

Photoshop, Indesign, Illustrator, Revit,

Duration:

13 weeks

Group/Individual: Individual The FSU Primary Care Clinic serves as an outpatient clinic, treating physical, mental, and behavioral health concerns. The Challenge for this project is to redesign their new facility and provide adequate design solutions to create an efficient, comfortable, and supportive atmosphere. This challenge was addressed by studying relevant theories and case studies, analyzing project stakeholders, reviewing the location of the new site, and creating diagrams. Focusing on the renewable benefits of nature, the outpatient clinic challenged traditional healthcare design by incorporating natural elements, visual repetition, and organized movement. Together these characteristics resembled the renewing properties of nature and restored healing in patients, staff, and visitors. Ti m e l i n e

01 02 03 04

PRIMARY RESEARCH

PROJECT STAKEHOLDERS

LOCATION ANALYSIS

Predesign

CONCEPT, GOALS, & COLOR PALETTE


05 06 07 08

PROGRAM MATRIX & DIAGRAMMING

SPACE PLANNING

FF&E SELECTION

Design

DESIGN DEVELOPMENT


PREDESIGN Project Stakeholders

Concept The concept of renewal will reference the fact that humans are naturally drawn to nature and will inspire the design. The architecture and interior of the clinic

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d i c a l D ir e c t

or

P h y si c i a n

C li n

i c a l S t a ff

will incorporate a range of organic textures and forms, accompanied by cool and vibrant hues. These features will evoke movement and will assist in guiding occupants

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d i c a l A s sis t a n

throughout the space. Special features such as live walls,

t V isit o r s

Pa tie n t

Design Implications

1. 2.

creating positive distractions. Overall, the design will

Design an environment that promotes positive

energize and restore the mind as well as the body,

attitudes and reduces negative feelings for

creating a space of comfort, growth, and restoration for all.

patients and visitors. Design supportive spaces to reduce stress and fatigue in staff by including touchdown spaces,

3.

water features, and artwork will also be incorporated,

break rooms, and work areas.

Goals

1.

Create

an

easily

navigable

space

by

incorporating architecture, color, and lighting

Create spacious exam rooms that include all

thoughtfully to make wayfinding feel more intuitive.

diagnostic instruments and equipment required to

2.

treat patients.

Location Summary

Promote positive attitudes and reduce negative feelings for patients and visitors with the use

2911, Roberts Ave., Tallahassee, FL

of environmental graphics, color, and organic elements. Old Site

Parking

3.

Incorporate

sustainable

design

throughout

the clinic, reducing negative impacts on the New Site

environment and supporting the health of the building’s occupants.


Bubble Flow

Blocking

RR Reception/ Waiting

Serv. Elec. RR

Closet

Break Room

Patient Path

Cons.

Exam Rooms UP

Locker

Community Room

Closet

Proc. Exam Rooms Behav. Room Medical Team Staff Area

Exam Rooms

Visual Design Analysis Circulation & Sightlines

1

RR

Soil

RR

Clean

Lab RR RR

Proc. Exam Rooms Behav. Room

Exam Rooms EXAM ROOMS PROC. ROOM

Proc. Room

RR RR Break RR Room Reception/ Cus. Waiting

Exam

Exam Rooms

Child Area Cons.

Exam

Exam Rooms

PROC. ROOM

Employee Path

Soil Clean

office

Medical Team Staff Area

Child Area

Cons.

office Staff Area

Proc. Room

UP

RR Cus.

Locker

Exam Rooms

Locker

Clean Soil RR Lab RR

Serv. office Elec.

RR RR

Conference

EXAM ROOMS Exam Rooms

Staff Area

Exam Rooms

Exam Rooms

Con.

Cons.

Locker

Behav.

Exam

Exam Rooms

Exam Rooms

Behav. Exam Rooms

office

main entry

UP

Exam Rooms

Community Room

Marra's Plan Walls and Doors 3/64" = 1'-0"

Key

The FSU Primary Healthcare clinic was strategically

Pathways

designed with circulation patterns and sightlines in

Provider

UP

= Major Path

mind. Both an employee and patient/visitor pathway

= Minor Path Patient / Visitor

are provided. This will create an environment that is both efficient and easy to navigate. In addition, this

= Major Path = Minor Path

Views = Exterior

separation reduces hazards in a clinical emergency by

= Provider To Patient

creating an unobstructed path. Views are accounted

= Parent(s) To Provider

UP

for by providing large windows to exterior views along the patient/visitor pathway. Provider open offices also

ELEV

ELEV

conveniently face procedural rooms, allowing them to view patients from afar. Lastly, patient views are

UP

considered by creating clear sightlines the children’s play area and the check in/out desk.

AV

Circulation Benchmark 1 1" = 20'-0"


DESIGN FSU Primary Healthcare Clinic 21

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* Handrails located in each hallway to provide stability for visitors and guests

DESIGN FEATURES

KEY 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14

Check-In Kiosks Check-In Desk Copy Room Check-Out Desk ADA Restroom Custodial Closet Coffee Bar Waiting Room Consultation Room 1 Children’s Play Area Consultation Room 2 Community Room Community Room Closet Break Room

15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28

Lab Clean Room Soil Room Open Office Locker Room Conference Room Exam Room Procedure Room Behavioral Counseling Medical Director Office Operations Director Office Server Room IT Closet Storage Closet

A

Succulent garden located under stairs for cane detection B Curved wall with welcome sign and wayfinding graphic C Stenciled floral graphic guiding visitors to reception D Green color-coded carpet aiding in wayfinding E Blue color-coded carpet aiding in wafinding F Color-coded sculpture creating intuitive wayfinding G Inset carpet grounding open offices and controlling noise


Reception

The reception welcomes guests into the clinic. It includes both a check-in and check-out desk for easy circulation and to prevent delays. Behind the reception is a plastic panel, resembling the rippling motion of water and directly beside it is the clinics logo. To the back of the reception is the waiting room, consultation room, and the children’s play area. Here a custom curved sculpture leads guests to their seat where they can comfortably relax while waiting for their appointment. Once called for their appointment, patients can reference the map at the front to locate their destination. From there custom LED skylights light up the hallway, guiding patients to their corresponding zone.

Waiting Room

The waiting room faces the consultation rooms and children’s play area for immediate sightlines. Here, curved acoustical baffles enclose the space, making it feel more private. Earthy tones and an organic acoustical ceiling features are also incorporated, creating a natural feel and promoting healing. 1

waiting room elevation 3/8" = 1'-0"


Hallway Featured is the blue zone corridor of the clinic. A linear blue carpet and wooden slats along the ceiling assist in intuitively guiding guests down the hall. As seen in the elevation, blue features are incorporated throughout to assist in wayfinding. These features include, a blue glass sculpture at the end of the hall, blue carpet, blue signs above each room, and blue paint around each door. A similar design is used within the green zone of the clinic. In addition, large open windows, earthy brown tones, and custom vinyl tree graphics fill the hall, further referencing the concept.

Hallway Wall

1

Elevation 2 - a 3/8" = 1'-0"


The open office features acoustical baffles to trap noise, individual private desks, and perforated metal room signs. These signs help providers locate each clinical room and are back lit with blue LEDS, indicating its zone within the clinic. Exam room flags and a file organizer are included to the right of each sign. Within the open office, providers can prepare for

open office 3/8" = 1'-0"

appointments, make phone calls, and hold group meetings.

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1

Open Office

Exam Room

1

Exam Room

3/4" = 1'-0" Each exam room includes an abundance of storage to eliminate

clutter and reduce visible medical equipment, preventing white coat anxiety. Supportive diagnostic equipment and electric examination tables are also included supporting efficient examinations. Additionally, sinks are located adjacent to provider entry, supporting a hygienic environment.


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