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Table of Contents 3

Project Overview

Appendix

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Precedent Studies

Glossary

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Site Analysis

Bibliography

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Building Feasibility Analysis

Strategic Plan

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Space Allocation

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Blocking Development

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Design Concept Development

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Schematic Plan Development

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Project Proposal

“While college graduates in Europe may easily know

American college grads are far

2 or 3 languages,

less likely to have intensively studied a

foreign Language to the point of fluency.” (The rise of language diversity in the United States 2011)

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“The explosion of growth is owed by both

Adult group languageclasses

the entreperneurial immigrants determined to suceed in America and to Atlanta’s own determination to capture the world’s imagination, capital and talent.”

Georgia g

(Partnership for a new American Economy 2010)

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Environmental Psychology third Place

Informal Education cultural Competence Adult learning

Sociolinguistics case studies

Interviews

Growth h

practice, learn, and at the same time teach

Private lessons

$45

exchange

each other different

languages.

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$280

A description of the immigrant population, 2013

social Interaction where adults 18 years and older can

Food Market

Approaches:

2011

Foreign people in metropolitan Atlanta

14-20%

The intent of the project is to create a venue for language and

Concepts

User Experiences

60%

50%

National Average

in the city of Atlanta Walk In

Meet Online

Dine areas 3

Cinemas 4

Deliverables:

Self access center

Make friends

Start talking

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Learn

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Enjoy

All adults welcome

Infographics sketches presentation boards

renderings

video

Diagrams

Around 15,000 s.f. This

mixed-use facility y will include

The client is a private non profit organization aiming to improve communication through a better understanding of language and culture, in conjunction with an online community called My

language exchange, which serves as a platform for people to connect.

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Cultural Center in Nevers Size: 17,362 sq. ft.

Social

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Precedent Analysis France

A r Nevers e a

Big Avenue

L o c City a Municipality t i o n

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Residential area

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Sustainability

Internal Organization

Overview

Due to the public and open door policy of the project, the design reflects an accesible and inviting environment offering many multipurpose rooms and entertainment venues, staying in tune with the city’s cultural progress. There is ample space for entertaining and social gatherings. The resource areas do not relate with other spaces and seem to be designed as a quick way to access informa tion but not Too much necessarily to long periods emptiness causes engage the user for Resource areas uneasiness of time. The design was conscious are too small. because it lacks purpose of the location and the users.

Vegetative Roof providing environmental benefits and improving the aesthetic value of this residential area. Big glazed windows and courtyard to maximize the use of natural light. 9

is the administrative center of the department. It fosters culture, and has a tradition of international solidarity and exchange. It has around 40,000 habitants and it is two hours away from Paris by train. Since the town is in charge of managing the municipal affairs, it displays many centers in order to receive these events. 10.

Wide double height hall provides access to second floor, and the circular flow around a central courtyard connect the spaces allocated for entertain-ment, which are concentrated on the peri-meter. 8 doors located on five sides of the building provide great accesibility. A symmetrical and balanced layout create an easy configuration for the users and most activities take place on the first floor of this 2 level bldg.

Accesibility

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Learning Approach Interior Aesthetics

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Easily accessed by public transportation

The areas serving as a resource center are located near the entrance, which makes it easily accesible but not very integrated with the core of the space which is reserved for the patio. They are designed for an informal and more individual approach as they do not relate much with the rest of the spaces. The more spacious rooms are allocated to entertainment and multipurpose rooms, showing a preference for social and casual gatherings. A simple and serene environment is achieved by the use of neutral and light colors, as well as the use of big windows allowing natural light to filter in. The auditorium area utilizes dark colors which is appropiate for its use and offers good amount of artificial lighting, increasing The town of Nevers safety as visitors circulate through the space.

C l i e n t

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Retail

Relation to Neighborhood

Free access

T o w Rue Lyautey n 5800

Hospitality

The wide steps on the outside create a feeling of an outdoor stage and they are perceived as inviting. Its location, between new and renovated housing gives it the position to enhance the identy and image of the neighborhood 8 by enhancing the sense of place and bringing the community together. The aesthetics of the exterior takes the half-timbered characteristics of the medieval quarter, and the modern look reflects the new construction of its surroundings,9 showing the awareness of the current location.

Informal

C o u Burgundy n t r y

Education

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City Hall

Cultural Events

Sporting Events

Social Center

Information area, Rooms for social gathering, cyber space, educa-

tional childcare area, mechanical room, Auditorium for 220 persons,

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Elena Garro Cultural Center Size: 16,145 17,362 sq. ft.

Intellectual

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Precedent Analysis Mexico

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Residential area

Accesibility Overview

The simple and open approach for this project fits the idea of providing a common space for the neighbors while promoting reading habits and cultural events, supported by an auditorium and areas to gather. The use of glass on the facade engages people from the outside and lets the floor to ceiling book shelves speak for themselves. The 3 differentiated ar- 4 eas of the building facilitate wayfinding and integrate old The use of The classroom building with new parts of the materials. green roof is menareas are facThe use of interior ing a blank and exterior gardens -tioned but not specified. provides cohesion and beauty. concrete wall.

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Learning Approach Interior Aesthetics

C l i e n t

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The multiple locations of seating areas allow for more interaction among visitors on a more casual setting, which promotes communal integration and keeps the visitor interested due to the greater amount of choices offered. The more formal areas are represented by class-rooms and resource center, located at the back of the building to minimize distractions, and also to engage the visitor to walk through the bookstore and enjoy other areas. The arrangement of the books from floor to ceiling creates a very appealing environment characterized by the contrast of neutral colors, brick and concrete. The trees, courtyards and gardens provide a tranquil environment appropiate for The cultural center is reading di and d the natural setting of its location. located in a neighbor-

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Easily accessed by public transportation

Retail

Relation to Neighborhood

Free access

A d d Educal/non r profit org. e s s

Hospitality

The concrete frame with the glass facade brings books towards the street and incorporates the trees into the inside, creating a feeling of a public foyer. 8 The vertical louvres provide a link with the urban setting and the triple height at the entrance creates an illusion of being on the exterior, integrating the building with its location. The courtyards and gardens provide a very inviting environment, appropiate for a residential neighborhood characterized by its tranquility and respect for nature. 8

Informal/formal

C T o o A u Coyoacan r La w Fernando n e conchita n Leal #43 t a r Best Walking y

Education

Adaptation of a heritage listed early 20th Century building. 8 The existing tree and brick arched porch were incorporated into the design, establishing interesting relationships with the original house. Tzalam, wood, volcanic stone, and grey granite allude to local and traditional materials. 8

Sustainability

hood called La Conchita, which is considered the most successful area for libraries due to the higher education levels of its residents and the number of intellectual artists that live in this historic neighborhood. Access by foot is highly encouraged due to the parking capacity and

The floor plan provides a linear organization and the functions are broken up in three main areas. The entrance where the books are displayed, the existing the residential zone. 10 house core where the bookstore is located along a series of gardens around the path, and the back of the house where most activities take place. 9 There are two levels with the same layout making it easy for the user to identify the main zones.

Internal Organization

Cultural Events

Social Center

Research

Entertaining

Terrace,, Childre Children’s play/read, ead, Offices, Balcony, ony, Bathrooms, Bat storage, orage, p patio, gardens, Auditorium dito for 145 peop people. classrooms, s, se seating areas to read read, coffee bar,

library, bookstore,Resource/investigation area.

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Nelson Cultural Center Size: 34,000 sq. ft.

Heritage 2

USA

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L o c a t i o n

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3

Internal Organization

Overview

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engage visitors.

able furnishings.

Institute is located on the culturally diverse Phillips West Neighborhood, and it “serves as a gathering place for people to share stories and experiences around universal themes of tradition, migration, crafts and arts.” 10 and it is housed in the 1908 Turnblad Mansion, which is on the National register of historic places. 11

The building has two levels, and a glass tunnel which communi cates with the historic mansion. The second level is reserved for the event space, prefunction, bathrooms and kitchen. There are two main wings that host the clasrooms, studios, storage, offices, and resource area. The organization is balanced with ample room to circulate. There are seven accesible doors distributed along the outside and inside perimeter.

Accesibility

The project reflects an environmentally conscious design responding to a central location and promoting a healthier lifestyle encouraging the use of bicycle and it is easily accessible by foot. This fosters integration among the community, and the natural courtyard setting seen from the outside not only reflects the Swedish heritage, but also enhances the aesthetics of its current neighborhood. The cafe It succesfully area could integrates past and present architecture incorporate more Addition of more by using elements in colors and comfort- common. informal areas would

Designed for LEED gold certification. Displays a high performance envelope, white and vegetative roof, efficient irrigation system, low-flow fixtures, the material selection is based on sustainable qualities and low maintenance, high performance glazing, occupancy daylight controls, natural ventilation, and use of perennial trees. 9 Showing an environmental approach.

Sustainability

Close to hospitals,shops, restaurants, museums..

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Learning Approach Interior Aesthetics

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Easily accessed by public transportation

The environment has a more formal approach reflected on classrooms and formal library located on a separate wing, dividing entertainment and less formal zones. Because each room has a definite purpose it makes it more structured, which relates to the Institutio-nal character of the building and the fact that it houses an educational program for Gustavus Adolphus College.12

The entrance is a very inviting space because it receives the guests with a Cafe area, tall glass windows, and an area to showcase tapestry.8 The colors are neutral and light. Very simple and clean lines with use of wood furnishings to accent and contrast the white walls. There are walls displaying art but the decoration is kept to the The American Swedish minimum, keeping with a more formal environment.

C American l i Swedish e Institute n t

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Retail

Relation elation to eighborhood Neighborhood

Small Fee

C C S i o t t 2600 Park u Minnesota a Minneapolis y Ave. 5504 n t t e r 5 min. from downtown y

Hospitality

The building’s design serves as a transition from historic architecture to a more modern architecture, unifying the city block.8 The architectural details relate stories of Swedish culture (like the traditional swedish farmyard) and it reflects a Nordic sensitivty that values nature.8 The slate facade mimics the facade of the mansion’s roof next door, considering its surroundings and Swedish heritage, reflected also on the Swedish art-glass inspired entry. 8 The building is inspired by history but adapted to blend on a current era.

Structured

Precedent Analysis

Education

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Local Exhibitions

Cultural Events

Social Center

Community Hall

Museum eum shop, Art gallery, y, Cafe, larg large studio, dio, offices, storage s e area, eve ent

space e seatin ting 325 people eople, kitchen, pre-fun pre-function area,, mecha mechanical room, terrace, ace curator room, Lib Library and resource rce center,classrooms sro , administration.

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Jaffa Port Market Size: 12,916 17,362 sq. ft.

Shopping

Relation elation to eighborhood Neighborhood

Gathering

The concept of integrating the food stalls with areas for eating around open plan kitchens, increases the interest of the clients, whose sensorial stimulation rises due to the closer contact with the food, the people and the surroundings. Informal seating and casual bar areas with food displays bring attention to the food. The vendors have also different stalls to offer their products in one big roof, which provides security for customer and operator.

Retailil roach Approach

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Precedent Analysis Israel

Tel Aviv

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Bicycle

Since the inspiration for the project was the Port- the sea, fishing nets- steel structure of the warehouse and the rundown wooden boats docking out in the water, the materials include stainless steel mesh, solid wood, steel sheets and grey bricks. 8 It has the industrial feeling of a warehouse softened by the use of wood and glass, mixed with the vibrant “Jaffa is a part of Tel Aviv municipality where the displays of food and welcome feeling of the open plan Jewish and the Arabs kitchens. communities

L M A C o u d l c n Jaffa d Warei Private a i r Port house 1 e developers t c e n i i s t o p s n a l i 7 6 t cultural-shopping area y Walking distance to city town.

Interior Aesthetics 3

lacks seating areas.

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international audience.

Sustainability

Internal Organization

Overview

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The building was repurposed, since it used to be old ware houses, and the materials were selected so they would weather naturally in the salty and humid location. 8

mercifully mix.� 9 It is a square full of life, art galleries, and trendy restaurants.10 It is a 15 min walk from the city center, and has experienced an increase of younger population due to more affordable accommodation.It is considered a cultural and financial center. 11

The floor plan is a hangar like structure 9 that consists of two levels, with a hollow core at the center of the second floor which allows the visitors to see the open kitchen restaurants, and the gourmet stalls. 9 The second floor is reserved for storage and service areas, whereas the first floor takes the experience towards seating around and tasting the food, facilitating access to the public.

Accesibility

The market as an experience makes the customers feel more included in the process of buying food, which also increases the chances of bringing them back so they become habitual customers. By combining the dining experience with the buying of the products, the visitors have the opportu-nity of trying different tastes before buying and also takes the chore out of the shopping list and bring the The signage social aspect of people meeting at a very could have inteinformal setting. The second floor -grated a more

Retail

This culinary experience is considered a venue for food and lifestyle with stalls inspired by the historical, cultural, and culinary legacy of its location. 8 It is open to the port, the docks, and the seafront promenade. 8 The versatility of the history of the port, matches the variety on food and offers as many experiences as you would when walking through the city of Jaffa. The materials w were inspired by its surroundings evoking the sea and the original role of the building as a storehouse of goods.8

Eating

C o u n t r y

Hospitality

Education

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Permanent Businesses Gallery, y indoor or

Culinary Shopping Experience outdo outdoorr seating ting areas, open kitchen itchen rest restaurants,

Gathering

and d

mini markets, kets, chocolatier c , tap tapas bar, Hummus mus H Hut, Jaffa Juice e Bar ar, Cafes, Deli.8 -7-


La Rinascente- 7 floor. th

Size: 20, 451 sq. ft.

Education

Relation to Neighborhood

Eating

Experience

Italy

C o u Milan n t r y

C i Piazza t Duomo y Centre

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o c a La Rinascente t Department i Store o n

B u i l d i n g

Vittorio Radice Chief Executive.

Retail Approach Interior Aesthetics

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The combination of shopping and eating inside a department store aimed to achieve a more personal environment so it would be different to that of a regular shopping mall. The retail experience was directed towards the center of the space whereas the zones to settle down were directed to the perimeter and closer to the views of the building, creating attention to it.

There is a shift in atmosphere due to lighting and acoustic treatments consisting of back illuminated acrylic panels controlling the mood and style of service during different times of the day.10 Light during the day and drama at night. The space is intimate and personalized in spite of its large scale due to the soft quality of illumination coming from the ceiling, this creates a calm energy contrasting the high traffic of customers.

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Easily reached through metro system

Retail

Due to its location at the top floor of the building, and the fact that the Duomo (the city’s centerpiece) is located across it, the architects wanted to create an experien-ce that would compare to that of the cathedral, but instead of utilizing similar Gothic and Renaissance style, they embraced a different aesthetic representing a more commercial and modern style 8 attracting shoppers and maintaining the view of one of the most beautiful Cathedrals of the world. The relation is through the experience rather than the look.

Shopping

Precedent Analysis

Hospitality

Center of the city

The aluminum extrusions that make up the ceiling were commissioned from a local fabricator. 10

Sustainability

The floor plan is shaped as a parallelogram and instead of a long straight corridor, the circulation was redirected in order to orient visitors towards the views of the Cathedral 9 and direct customers more coherently through the store.There are a series of concession shops and eateries, each with its own identity, arranged around a central area10 comprised of a juice bar, sushi bar, and chocolaterie. There is also a terrace with incredible views of the piazza, creating a different experience.

Accesibility

Internal Organization

Overview

Due to the hospitality component inside a department store, the focus relies on customer attraction.10 This was achieved through the use of an interesting ceiling whose major feature is the ability to create different environments depending the time of the day. This accompanied with a parallelogram shape floor plan created an interesting opportuThe ceiling may detract from the nity to offer a memorable place.

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products.

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La Rinascente is a historic department store on Milan’s Piazza Duomo.9 which is home to the world’s second-largest gothic cathedral and Milan’s most beautiful square10The whole bldg was remodelled, and this particular project took place at the top floor of this 7th floor building, and was intended to mark the return of La rinascente as a serious retail force in the city.10

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Shop

Eat

Drink

Gather

Food hall, Wine shop, p, Sand Sandwich bar, r, Delic Delicatessen, Choco Chocolaterie, Juice bar, sushi bar, Lounge g bar, Restaurants, ra Terrace, b bathrooms. -8-


Schrannenhalle Munich Size: 17,362 10,764 sq. ft.

Relation elation to eighborhood Neighborhood

Shopping

Gathering

The traditional market is taken to a . It houses market shops and restaurants, and at some point it hosted cultural venues, becoming a “meeting hall for old and young in the heart of the city.”9 This approach is attractive for tourists, as well as for locals who are attracted to the city and want to find the quality products found at a local market but in a more comfortable setting where they can also seat down for a meal.

Retail Approach

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Precedent Analysis Munich

C i Virtualienmarkt t 15. Altstadt y

A d d Private r developers e s s

Retail

The location is near the Viktualienmarkt, which is the old market at the center of Munich where the freshest fruits and vegetables can be found. 8 The building takes the characteristics of an outside market, such as the great combination of products in the different stalls, and takes that experience to an indoor environment. The glass facade and its elongated proportions fit with the glass and steel construction of the city town, and its industrial look stands in between the neo baroque buildings and the more futuristic buildings. 13

Eating

C o Germany u n t r y

Hospitality

Education

The use of materials such as oak, emphasize the natural and rustic elements of a traditional street market, and the iron and glass bring out the industrial features of a warehouse, celebrating the original structure that was built in the 19th century. 10 The black granite on the floors add continuity along the different stalls and lets the merchan- Munich is the 3rd largest city of Germany -dise stand out. Both sides of the building have floor to and it is a “city that ceiling glass which creates an outdoor feeling. blends together a

Interior Aesthetics

C l i e n t

Originally built in 1853, it was rebuilt with the original wrought- iron frames. 9

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Sustainability

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Walking distance to city town.

Bicycle

Accesibility

There are two levels, but the location of the stalls and the majority of the merchandise are located on the first floor, making the products more accesible to their customers. It mixes the retail and dining whereas the second level focuses on open kitchens with bar type seating areas. The core zone at the center is surrounded by separate modules for goods presentation.

cultural-shopping area

Internal Organization

Overview

One of the keys for the success of this project is the location at the city center where a very diverse crowd frequents the area on a city offering many choices for the visitors, just like this market filled with gourmet food, wine, fruits, vegetables, among many options presented on stalls and displays, and also supported with kitchens where customers can taste the food, seat down have The long The signage a cup of coffee and enjoy the view to the straight path could have intemay be too static street of a busy and not as engaging town. -grated a more

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for the customers.

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historic setting and a vibrant cultural scene with a relaxed, fun loving atmosphere.”11 Schrannenhalle located in Munich’s old town city center, was built under King Maximilian I and was a market hall where grains were sold. Itwas burned down and now rebuilt to bring food and joy to the people.12

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Shop

et stalls, tra

center fo

Wine tasting, ting

Stroll

coffe ffee love ers,

Dine

snack nack bars b ,

Market et restaurant r t, fre fresh products. s.

international audience.

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Conclusion - Multiple seating Community areas around the circulation path, encouraging intera ction among users. - The use of natural light and nature

to improve emotional health.

- Combination on of neutral color schemes with contrasting g colors according g to the use of the space.

- Informal al areas with group seatings and

also more private areas, to provide choices and engage different users. -Use of light, materials, sound, colors, smells in order to achieve new

experiences in

the same space.

Education

tion among users, the design needs to provide

Stakeholders

Categories Examined

Tradition

reflected in the utilization of local resources, ve vegetative roofs, rep repurposed buildin buildings. - Considering the site using elements iinspired from the their to create a cohesive design, making it accesible to the public, and integrating the interior environment with the outside through the use of glass facades, louvres, courtyards,

materials.

Relation to Neighborhood

Creative

- Attracting users by the use of materials in an

innovative

way, such as the use of acrylic panels to

Action

drama

add and capture light differently depending nding g the time of the day, adding wood d to cre-

warmth rmth

ate a environment and shifthing floor plans in a different direction tion to direct the path off travel according to the use.

- Facilitating

accessible sspaces, ample spac

Retail/Educ. Approach

circulati circulation c paths, appropiate a appropia

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- Maximiz Maximizing ffunctionality intefunctiona g grating

Interior Aesthetics

in one space.

Precedent Analysis Even though the projects were environmentally conscious, only The Nelson center achieved a greater result, because their approach included the community, the users, clients and earth

Retail

In order to create an appropriate environment for interac-

- A design that is conscious of its

and

Hospitality

Sustainability The use of all neutral colors in some projects lacked attraction and communicated too much formality, decreasing the sense of community and belonging.

Internal Organization

choices

for group and individual exchanges, using various seating areas to enhance different spaces and guide customers appropriately. Neutral colors with contrasting elements will be used in order to enhance special features and aid in the wayfinding. Integration of nature, site, sustainable practices, and individual needs will be a priority.

The case studies were selected because of their close approach to communities. Regardless of their intent, whether cultural centers or markets, they all had the objective of integrating people and creating places with increased interaction among them and their environment. They were strategically selected according to different geographical areas, in order to examine various cultural approaches to alike projects. Interestingly enough their approach was very similar. They all had a very high incorporation of nature into their design and paid attention to their customers needs, integrating the building itself with their location. All these elements contributed to successful projects because their priorities coincided with that of their users, their location and their clients.

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Building Feasibility and code Compliance 2F.

Codes with applicable amendments

Access to major Highways

City of Atlanta Fulton County

IBC 2006 Georgia Safety fire Law NFPA 101 IMC IPC NEC National Fuel Gas code Georgia State handicapped accesibility Law International Energy conservation code.

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Increase

Productivity

Local Materials Engaging Increase Efficiency

Noise N

Environment

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W

Current Layout

Pollution Not walkable

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TTyp yp Floor: 10,896 S.F S.F. F. Ceiling Height:

24’.7”

109

per floor

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Column Bay Spacing

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MullionSpacing:

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9’

Existing Bathrooms:

164’.7”

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Programming Learn Teach

This language exchange facility will create a venue for social interaction where cooperation and informal environments will guide the acquisition of

new languages and cultures. Support Self access

2nd Floor self access

elevator

Cinema

self access

cinema

mech.

Entertain

self access

open to below

security

restroom

storage

bar

seating

Eat Grocery Shop

Mothers Foster

Interaction

Improve Emotional Health Create an Engaging

Self Access

Youth Flexible Spaces Use of technology Innovative material use

Dining Adm.

2 nd floor

Market

1 st floor

av room

cinema

stairs

Elders Maximize Functionality Accesible spaces Generate Interest

Increase visual connectivity

Environment

Market

Bar

Socialize restroom

Support

Goals

1st Floor market

Increase revenue

Fathers Maximize Building performance Minimize Environmental Impact Maintain dynamic of the area

cooler

restroom

elevator

enclosed dine

market

market

kitchen restroom enclosed dine

trash order

Provide a clear and appropriate program

stairs

Bar

bakery enclosed dine open dine

bath

Interact

jan mech. lock.

Dine open dine

enclosed dine

dry food

storage

off. multip.

off.

off.

Seating areas

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Blocking development Second Floor

Market

Dine

2nd revision

Self access

Bar

Cinema

3rd revision

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NE

heavier sound areas on SE side

transition from market/dine to bar area on 2nd floor

SE

NW

SW

First Floor

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Abscence of an area for back of the house accesibility

this leads to the location of back of the house on the SE side of the building

Private Public 

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use the front area and locate a double door separated from the main entrance.

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Concept Statements

Essence 10

Merging

7 8

The design concept of the market is insipired by the pure and genuine feelings evoked by the simplicity and beauty found in nature. This 5

Trails

1

connection to earth will provide an

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Essentials Market

appropiate transition between ffood production and food sale.

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Introducing a lively mood to the environment will facilitate the This concept is drawn from the recognition of the strength and value of the individual experiences when combined

common objectives bringing with the

us together and leading to a

shared path.

social engagement and create a sense of comfort by lessening the formality of the learning process and highlithing the

brightest aspects of life.

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Concept Statements Fluidity

Web

The self access center component is inspired by the natural and strong properties of nature’s webs despite their light and flexible characteristics. Their transparency and

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ability to attract

will be used to create an environment capable of grabbing the attention of the user in a more subtle way.

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Spell 21

self access center

Talk Bar

Trip

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The design concept takes inspiration from the properties of

liquids, and uses them as constant reminders of the

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The cinemas will offer an opportunity to

experience the different routes and backgrounds of each individual

intimate environment where users

ability to change

under an

fundamental for reciprocity among people.

can be reminded of their own paths leading to their present moment.

and the free movement which is

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Cine 24

25

movies

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Logo Development The primary color hues of each component emerge as a way of highlighting their importance at some point and their respective color scheme can be hinted on their background. The symbolic trails sometimes get closer or further away as a way of indicating the constant change and fluctuating nature of social relations. The trails are shown leading to a particular point of Meeting.

intersections

The logo was designed to represent the of the different paths we have traveled at some point in order to be on a specific point in time. These junctions become relevant as they are the connections bringing

us together. The different colors indicate the various components of the project with their representing color which is the main hue used for the area. The circle is a symbol of the cyclical character of life and the unity keeping us together. The name of the venue is located right at the in-

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During the course of our lives we encounter intersections bringing us together or keeping us apart. It is all part of the quest of each individual of achieving a particular mission. The time of resolution is where we gather the experiences of our upbringings and balance them with the ventures of the roads ahead. Instead of focusing on the different paths , the design concept will thrive for the shared routes leading to a merging moment where the background of each individual will inspire and guide the unity of the whole. This takes more relevance on an environment created to connect with people around the world because the more familiar the feel of the space, the more open and easier the communication will be. The spaces will provide visual interaction and open areas facilitating communication and group work. The colors will enhance the energy of the space by using vibrant hues and combining them with neutral colors to provide cohesiveness. Patterns and textures will bring unity and provide comforting areas.

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The overall color direction seeks to provide an interplay of cool and warm color hues according to the different environments throughout the space. The more vibrant colors will be distributed in smaller amounts so the energy and cheerfulness irradiated can be felt by the users without overwhelming. Neutral color schemes will be used in the more private areas and will help keeping it all tied together. Textures and patterns will also play an important role in adding interest and provide cohesiveness.

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Mood: an inviting an positive environment where users can enjoy themselves and feel at ease.

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The design of the market will explore the natural settings where food is grown and translate them into an environment where grocery shopping can become more than a task of purchasing products. Creating a simple yet comfortable setting where the arrangement of the aisles can lead to a closer relation between the products and the users, and also among the users, will provide a meaningful activity where opportunities for socializing and learning about different products will intermix with the food source resembling the spontaneous connections we see in nature. In order to facilitate these relationships, different seating zones will be organized within the aisles. The essence of all ingredients in life are found in nature, and when we feel close to it, we feel at ease. Nature will act as the common universal backdrop.

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In order to bring attention to the food and not overwhelm, the palette will utilize soothing and natural colors. Smooth surfaces will be used in conjunction to structural patterns to provide contrast and interest. The neutrality and conservative nature of white is widely accepted,11 and in most countries is associated with purity and peace. 12 White will serve as a good backdrop letting the vibrant colors of fruits and vegetables stand out. Green is the most restful color for the human eye. It is the universal color of nature, and also represents fertility, rebirth and freedom. Brown is associated with nature, trees,and wood. It represents conservancy and humility. It is useful in balancing stronger colors and due to the fact of being one of the most predominant hues in nature, it gives a sense of familiarity, which will be very appropriate for the project. 12

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The design concept will be conceived as a way to celebrate the different moments and aspects of life we all experiment, establishing a common scenery where

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people can relate to. A stimulating environment will seek to bring out the better feelings of the users by creating a casual and energetic setting where they can express freely and not feel pressured to act at a certain way. Because most of the interaction will take place in this area, it is important to provide choices for the various group meetings. Open areas, private areas and energetic color will enhance the space and permit casual gatherings.

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The color orange radiates warmth and happiness, combining the physical energy and stimulation of red with the cheerfulness of yellow. The color psychology of orange is optimistic and uplifting, rejuvenating our spirit, and it also relates to social communication, stimulating two-way conversations. 13 it is said to increase the craving for food,14 which makes it suitable for this particular environment. Silver color it is very versatile, being hi-tech on one hand and alluring and sparkling on the other. 15 Brown is a stable and grounded color, believed to make people feel like they belong. 16 Different texture and pattern combinations will be added throughout in order to create interest and provide a variety of zones.

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interplay of transparencies will attract and capture attention while maintaining privacy and keeping the focus within the space. The use of glass partitions and patterns on the ceiling will aid on creating and alluring setting bringing people in. The inspiration from natural webs will be used to draw users and will seek to establish a basis for further communication facilitating a calming environment and enabling personal advancement, thus expanding the web of connection beyond the walls.

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Liquids have many characteristics such as their cohesive forces which hold the molecules together,13 their increased kinetic energy, and their capacity to flow14, which can be very desirable when we translate them to social behavior. As an attempt to improve social experiences the design will be influenced by the flowing character of fluids, their increased movement, and their ability to change, so users can adapt

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easily to different environments. The design concept will bring movement as an important element for stimulation through gradation of colors, introduction of various shapes and seating arrangements as well as an open space supporting free circulation throughout.

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Organization: An organic organization with lounge seating groupings.

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For the cinemas, the design will target a smaller environment of around 40 persons to gather and view films from different parts of the world and experiment different cultures, listen to the native languages and entertain. Inspired by the physical and psychological paths traveled during the course of our lives as a connection to all the different means by which people meet at certain points in time, the design will pro-

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vide a stable and private environment where emotional connections can be established. A simple, neutral yet inviting scheme will be settled with the used of color, and simple structural elements providing acoustic control and enhancing the overall experience. The cinemas will offer an opportunity to

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Appendix


First Floor

Space Requirements


First Floor

FF&E


First Floor

Adjacencies


Second Floor Space Requirements


Second Floor FF&E


Second Floor

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Appendix Introduction: Between 2000 and 2011, the number of foreign born residents in Georgia grew more than 60 percent, more than double compared to the national Average. (Map the impact of Immigration across the Nation, 2012). As of 2012 the percentage range was between 14 and 20 % (A Description of the Immigrant Population, 2013). According to the 2010 census, the metro area was home to three quarters of a million foreign-born residents comprising 13% of the population, and as of 2012 the percentage range was between 14 and 20 % (Foreign Born Population continues to grow in Metro Atlanta, 2010). “The explosion of growth is owed both to entrepreneurial immigrants determined to succeed in America and to Atlanta’s own determination to capture the world’s imagination, capital and talent”. (Partnership for a new American Economy, 2010). With the increase of international population in United States and particularly in Atlanta, it is important to facilitate environments where foreigners can improve their language skills, learn another language and locals can also benefit from the interaction while learning from different languages and cultural backgrounds. Adult group classes for ten weeks can cost $280 and above and private lessons $45 approximately depending on schedule and experience (Atlanta Language, n.d). There are online courses and programs which can be less expensive and websites where you can chat with people from all over the world and practice your desired language, but currently there are no physical spaces that combine the benefits of face to face conversations, availability of language resources and low cost.

Facility Description: The proposed facility intends to create a venue for language exchange and social interaction where adults can learn, practice, and at the same time teach each other new languages. The purpose of this cooperation is to facilitate the learning experience and decrease the anxiety caused by formal and disconnected classroom environments. In this proposed casual setting people will learn at their own pace and will also experiment the satisfaction of helping others while establishing bonds with people from other cultures. This mixed used facility will offer dining environments where the group meetings will be hosted, a self access center for supportive software materials and more private learning needs, a market with products from different areas of the world, and cinemas for foreign and independent film showing. The client is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the study of language and culture and its application to educational and social concerns, in conjunction with Atlanta Language exchange, which is an online community helping thousands of people find language exchange partners. Their goal is to explore a more autonomous approach to language learning applied to social settings. Users: Adults 18 and older seeking to learn or practice a new language due to traveling, work, student or personal related concerns, or simply they want to make friends with people from different cultures. Foreign people that recently moved to the city and lack the necessary connections and/or resources to find a job or pay for English courses.


Building Feasibility and code compliant Analysis. Strategic opportunities and challenges: The North-West/South East orientation of the building still provides good amount of daylight and the presence of glass windows all around contribute to proper daylight. Since the current windows are tinted, it can decrease the amount of sunlight coming in, besides the dark tint does not create an inviting environment. A good alternative can be the use of triple pane windows with low e- coating which can also contribute to sound absorption, which is critical in this location due to the close proximity to the street and the highway running behind it. The use of skylights with this type of window can improve the use of natural light while maintaining acoustic separation from the outside. An optimization of the tree vegetation on the parking lot area can not only provide shade, but can also contribute with sound attenuation and help decrease the visual pollution. The open web steel joists make it possibly to run plumbing, electrical lines, and small HVAC ducts (MacLaughlin and Estrada, 2009). The existing ACT can be removed if more vertical space is needed, leaving the ceiling exposed and creating higher spaces. The current layout of the first floor does not work for an environment conductive to communication, and the long corridors with many segregated rooms can be very confusing for the customers, plus the walls block much of the light. A reconfiguration of spaces is needed, and the presence of columns can provide flexibility when reconfiguring the floor plan. The efficiency of the building can be improved with the use of energy efficient appliances. The insulation of ducts can improve the efficiency of the heating and cooling system; lighting controls and efficient lamps can reduce energy costs. (Improving Building Energy efficiency, n.d). Responsible design for stakeholders: Community-Mothers: The idea of creating a venue with the purpose of integrating people with different backgrounds so they can learn and practice a different language and at the same time expand their social circle will engage the community and provide human interaction on a world where communication face to face is losing its meaning. The introduction to new businesses and spaces freely accessible will bring interest to the area, and will boost the localized economy, improving the quality of life of its residents. An engaging environment provided through a simple yet dynamic design will provide a comfortable space for the open use of the public. The proximity to bus stops and major highways makes the building easy to locate and access. Tradition-Elders: The area of the building is commercial and residential, so the current dynamic of the neighborhood is maintained. The increased use of natural landscape on the exterior will create an improved and healthier environment beneficial to the physical and mental health of the people, and also beneficial to the environment reducing the heat island effect. The utilization of local resources, native plants, energy efficient equipment and design solutions conscious of the impact at short and long term will minimize the negative impact of manmade decisions to the earth. The reduced potable water use will protect the natural water cycle. (LEED 2009 for New Construction and Major Renovations, 2009). Creative-Youth: It is important to develop a floor plan easy to follow, engaging, and attractive to the users where there is space for collaboration, but at the same time space for individual leisure. Comfort and stimulation of all the senses in order to create new experiences on each visit is a way to improve the quality of life of the users. The use of materials, colors, sounds and smells can be subtle yet effective to captivate customers and foster a healthier physical and psychological environment. Action- Fathers: The reuse of the existing building is already a saving in costs, the proximity to mass transportation reduces the economic costs for the users and the workers, attracting and retaining employees. There is room for growth inside the building and since there is a smaller building on the same parking lot, there could be a possibility of a future expansion if need to, eliminating the costs of having to move to a different area. The interest created will benefit the businesses integrated in the project, bringing revenue through the sales of goods and services. The energy saving measurements will reduce costs long term. Resource Efficiency Considerations: The structural elements will be maintained and the use of low consumption fixtures, occupancy sensors, lighting controls, and efficient equipment will reduce the economic and environmental impact associated with the project. The use of regional materials and native plants will support regional economy.


Building Feasibility and code compliant Analysis. Summary of Occupancy /code opportunities and challenges: Building envelope is in good condition, but it can be improved with the use of energy efficient equipment, lighting controls, low consumption fixtures, and installation of clear triple pane windows with low e coating not only for cost savings, sound absorption and efficiency but also to create a friendlier environment where the interior can still be seen from the outside and provide interest. Operable windows can improve ventilation on spring and fall seasons. The incorporation of more landscaping and trees on the outside will help to create shade, improve the aesthetics of the building, moderate noise and connect with the exterior. The use of skylights can create a feeling of exterior while maintaining acoustic control. Also the existing building overhangs will aid in the amount of heat entering the building, and the use of interior horizontal shades on south facing windows and vertical oriented shades on East-West facing windows will supplement their performance and provide privacy when needed.( Selecting Windows for Energy Efficiency, n.d). The use of sound absorbing materials can contribute to sound attenuation, separation of areas where privacy is required and increased level of comfort for the users. A reconfiguration of the interior is needed in order to improve circulation areas, way finding and comfort. Even though the actual configuration may be adequate for codes it was designed for a different occupancy and the project will have a mixed use where the requirements will change and need to be revised having perhaps to add more exits and restroom facilities, also the actual accessible bathrooms located at the multiple toilet facilities don’t meet the proper requirements as the opening of the door invades the 60� of clear space needed for accessibility, also the water fountain does not meet the width required to be accessible. The exterior ramps and stairs can be maintained as they are properly designed for accessibility. The actual signage and sprinkler system properly meet the code, and the proposed project will include signage more universally designed as it will serve different customer needs. Since both floors do not communicate from the interior, an addition of stairs and elevator may be provided according to the needs of the new design and according to the new occupancy type and its requirements. What is evident through this analysis is the need to reassess the code requirements through the building’s new use, having a good expectation of what the future project can and cannot achieve, but this should only be the starting point because if a building is meeting the codes it does not mean it is providing the best service it can provide to the users, the creators, and the environment and the community as a whole.

Programming Goals for Community/Mothers: -Foster Interaction: The use of multiple seating areas around the circulation paths will integrate and engage users. - Increase visual connectivity: Will allow relation between different areas. The use of glass, low partitions and open spaces will facilitate this integration. -Improve emotional Health: The use of natural light, warm and contrasting colors will evoke a tranquil, yet inspiring ambience beneficial for learning environments and social interaction. -Integrate Community: Learning from other cultures can bring people together and expand their cultural knowledge. -Create an Engaging Environment: Providing choices for different activities and utilizing colors, texture, sound, and scent carefully and knowledgeably will aid in achieving various perceptions of the same place. Goals for Tradition/Elders: -Maximize resources: Creating open areas to decrease material utilization. The use of daylight, and the utilization of sensor controls and energy efficient equipment, can maximize energy performance. (LEED, 2009). The use of the existing overhangs outside the building will aid in controlling the amount of heat penetrating the building. -Minimize the Environmental Impact: The use of low consumption fixtures can protect the natural water cycle and the building operating costs. The use of regional materials will support the economy and decrease the environmental impact caused by transportation. (LEED, 2009). The increase on vegetation intends to minimize the heat island effect, and the visual pollution, augmenting the aesthetic appeal of the neighborhood. - Maintain the dynamic of the Area: Being conscious of the international component of the specific demographic will aid in fulfilling the needs of the community by providing choices on the market area and the selection of movies at the cinemas. The commercial and educational components of the project will support the surrounding businesses of the vicinity.


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Goals for Creative/youth: -Maximize Flexibility: The use of materials providing good quality absorption characteristics will permit flexible spaces by eliminating the need of enclosing every single area. -Generate innovative spaces: Utilizing nontraditional materials, creating active spaces facilitating circulation and interaction while maintaining simplicity will increase the universal appeal of the facility. -Increase natural elements: The utilization of natural materials and the incorporation of vegetation on the exterior and the interior will increase the well being of the users while posing an interesting challenge of doing it in an innovative way. Goals for Action/fathers: -Maximize functionality: The spaces will have multiple uses, increasing choices of service and utilizing all areas. -Facilitate accessible spaces: Ample circulation paths, way finding techniques and a simple layout will provide a space designed for universal use. -Generate Interest from the community: Due to the convenient location easily accessed by public transportation, and close proximity to midtown and suburban areas, the public can have easy access to the building and increase revenue used for its improvement and own maintenance.


Building and Site Analysis Sustainable Design Advantages and challenges: -Proximity to mass transportation reduces the economic impact for the users. -In order to protect the natural water cycle and the building operating costs, the use of low consumption fixtures can be integrated into the design. -To reduce the heat island effect of the concrete surroundings, the introduction of a cool roof or glass roof if possible will decrease the amount of heat radiated back. -The use of daylight controls and occupancy sensors will maximize energy performance. -The use of regional materials will support the economy and decrease the environmental impact caused by transportation. (LEED, 2009). Design Opportunities and Challenges: The site offers great vehicular access and parking spaces, close proximity to major highways, and bus routes. There is a ramp on the North East entrance of the second level and a total of two entrances for the second floor. The first level has its own vehicular access and a total of five accessible doors, which provides ample access for the users. A challenge is the lack of walkable spaces on the area, and visual pollution which means an opportunity to create an interior environment appealing enough to maintain interest on being inside the building; besides the proximity to busy highways would create additional disadvantages relating to acoustics if the division between interior and exterior disappears with the creation of exterior environments. In this case the integration of spaces could mean communicating both floors from the interior, and the use of glass roof if possible to create an outside feeling. Since the building has non load bearing walls, it gives more flexibility to manipulate interior spaces, since current layout has many small segregated rooms which are not compatible with the design intent of social interaction. The exterior walls already have glass facades with exterior overhangs, and the building is in good condition meaning more savings for investors and fewer resources used. Stakeholders: Elders: The building is already located within a residential-commercial area, maintaining the dynamic of the current neighborhood, and with the proposed project the intention is to attract people from different areas of the city, increasing the prosperity of the surrounding businesses, and creating a more appealing sector, while expanding the culture of a diverse community as it integrates with a broader group. The longest axis of the building is oriented towards the North-West/ South East which even though it is not an ideal orientation, it still provides appropriate daylight which is maximized by having big windows in all sides of the building. The use of window tint minimizes the amount of heat coming from the sun and the presence of overhangs on both floors provides shade and affects the amount of direct sunlight received. A disadvantage of the building orientation is the fact that its shorter axis is perpendicular to the prevailing winds coming North-West, decreasing passive ventilation. The location of the building right in the middle of two other commercial buildings and the view towards a busy highway does not create an appealing environment, thus contributing to visual pollution and making it difficult to integrate the exterior with the interior, which needs to be addressed by creating an engaging interior environment with the use of colors, materials and natural elements that counteract the exterior conditions. Mothers-welfare The proximity to major highways and Bus stops are beneficial to the users of the building, the workers, and also the business owners because it suggests a reduction in cost associated with transportation benefiting its occupants and reducing economic stress. (LEED, 2009). Facilitating a space where people from different backgrounds can enrich their lives through helping others and at the same time benefiting themselves, creates a positive impact on the community and strengthen social bonds, which is especially important on minority groups who may already feel alienated, and also integrates native residents and expand their social group. A disadvantage of the site is the lack of current walk able areas which creates a challenge for people living in very close proximity and don’t want to rely on vehicle transportation for short distances. There is a project to create sidewalks along Buford Highway which has already started and it will be a long term benefit for the area. The attraction of people to this area can increase the amount of projects of this character, thus improving the quality of life of its residents, augmenting the value of the properties and bringing profit to the county and regional areas. Fathers The facility offers two levels of space to develop the project and still provides room for growth, which will reduce costs long term. The amount of space will also provide flexibility on the design benefiting the creative and construction team. Investors can be assured of a project with long term goals and the workers and users can rely on the continuity of the project and contribute to its success building up a familiar environment. YouthDue to the lack of attractive surrounding areas, the location of the building introduces a challenge on attracting users and making a space comfortable, yet practical enough to develop its purpose. The use of natural vegetation and natural elements will try to compensate for the amount of concrete of the surroundings. One of the biggest advantages yet a big challenge for the building is its location. Since it is situated in close proximity to major highways, and it has a bus stop right in front of the entrance, it makes it highly accessible to the most common transportation methods in Atlanta but it also makes it less walkable and less visually attractive, which means a design opportunity to provide an environment able to engage users and increase the well being of its occupants. The information gathered will direct the design into the incorporation of sustainable approaches mentioned above as much as possible, and considering the close relation of the community, the site, the participants, and the environment.


Glossary

Sociolinguistics: Defined as the study of how language is shaped by the social nature of human beings. (Sociolinguistics Basics, 2005). Cultural Competence: Set of cognitive, affective, and behavioral skills and characteristics that support effective and appropriate interaction in a variety of cultural contexts. (Bennett, J, 2011).

Adult Learning: The aim of adult education is the independent self-directed learner. Adults tend to resist a learning process which is incongruent with their self-concept as autonomous individuals and does not correspond to their needs and interests. (Muller,1993).

Informal Education: Viewed as a spontaneous process of helping people to learn. It works through conversation, and the exploration and enlargement of experience. ( Jeffs, &

Smith, 1997, 2005, 2011).

Third Place: the informal “public places on neutral ground where people can gather and interact.� (Meyer, 2013) Environmental Symbology (ES) is the study of symbolic meaning within the human environment including personal, sociocultural, and mythic contexts of understanding. (Tan, 2011). Environmental Psychology: Examines the interrelationship between environments and human affect, cognition and behavior. (De Young, 2013).


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9- Cultural Center in Nevers / Ateliers O-S architectes. (2012). ArchDaily. Retrieved July 3, from http://www.archdaily.com/294892 10- Nevers. (n.d.). Encliclopedia Britannica. Retrieved July 3, from http://www.britannica.com/EBchecked/topic/411071/Nevers


Elena Garro Cultural Center:

1-Perez-Nieto, Sandra. (2013) [Photo ] Outside. Retrieved July 7, 2013, from http://ad009cdnb.archdaily.net/wp-content/uploads/2013/04/51662e2eb3fc4b22010000ca_elena-garro-culturalcenter-fernanda-canales-arquitectura-911sc_portada.jpg 2-Perez-Nieto, Sandra. (2013) [Photo ] Interior tree. Retrieved July 7, 2013, from http://ad009cdnb.archdaily.net/wp-content/uploads/2013/04/51662e6ab3fc4b644d0000ff_elena-garro-culturalcenter-fernanda-canales-arquitectura-911sc_cceg_img_5761.jpg 3- Perez-Nieto, Sandra. (2013) [Photo ] Library.Retrieved July 7, 2013, from http://ad009cdnb.archdaily.net/wp-content/uploads/2013/04/51662e53b3fc4b644d0000fc_elena-garro-cultural-centerfernanda-canales-arquitectura-911sc_cceg_img_5698.jpg 4- Lion. (2013) [Photo ] Auditorium. Retrieved July 7 2013, from http://simbiosisgroup.net/30617/elena-garro-cultural-center-arquitectura-911sc-mexico 5- No author. (2013) [Photo ] Transpress. Retrieved July 7, 2013, from http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-VyjDHtYtibU/UOSEv2tz_GI/AAAAAAAAhjU/91Hk3Uq44lM/s400/Jersey+bus+stamps.jpg 6-No author. (n.d.) [Photo ] Cowboy boot. Retrieved July 7, 2013, from http://www.hhhenterprises.com/image.php?type=P&id=18903 7- No author. (2013). [Photo ] Transpress. Retrieved July 7, 2013, from http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-Wqd6WRxvfj8/T9IemOeriOI/AAAAAAAAN8I/H6GOj2Kf24I/s1600/Andorra+car+stamps1.jpg 8- Elena Garro Cultural Center / Fernanda Canales + arquitectura 911sc. (2013). ArchDaily. Retrieved July 7, 2013 from http://www.archdaily.com/361202 9- Elena Garro Cultural Center / Fernanda Canales + arquitectura 911sc. (2013). De zeen Magazine. Retrieved July 7, 2013 from http://www.dezeen.com/2013/04/16/elena-garro-cultural-centreby-fernanda-canales-and-arquitectura-911sc/ 10- Centro cultural Elena Garro. (2013). Conaculta. Retrieved July 7, 2013, from http://elenagarro.conaculta.gob.mx/antecedentes


Nelson Cultural Center:

1-Crosby, Paul. (2012). [Photo ] Exterior. Retrieved July 7, 2013, from http://ad009cdnb.archdaily.net/wp-content/uploads/2012/12/50c87e43b3fc4b2b10000145_nelson-cultural-centerhga_amswer_pc_0192.jpg 2-Crosby, Paul. (2012) [Photo ] Glass façade. Retrieved July 7, 2013, from http://ad009cdnb.archdaily.net/wp-content/uploads/2012/12/50c87e4bb3fc4b2b10000146_nelson-cultural-centerhga_amswer_pc_0212.jpg 3- Crosby, Paul. (2012) [Photo ] CafÊ. Retrieved July 7, 2013, from http://ad009cdnb.archdaily.net/wp-content/uploads/2012/12/50c87e35b3fc4b2b10000144_nelson-cultural-centerhga_amswer_pc_0146.jpg 4- Crosby, Paul. (2012). [Photo ] Interior. Retrieved July 7, 2013 from http://ad009cdnb.archdaily.net/wp-content/uploads/2012/12/50c87e8bb3fc4b2b1000014c_nelson-cultural-centerhga_amswer_pc_0336.jpg 5-No author. (n.d.) [Photo ] commercial vehicle. Retrieved July 7, 2013 from http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/8/80/Stamp_DDR_1982_MiNr_2746_Reiseomnibus_LD_3000.png 6- No author. (n.d.) [Photo ] san marino. http://us.cdn4.123rf.com/168nwm/rook76/rook761204/rook76120400274/13096022-san-marino--circa-1960-stamp-printed-by-san-marino-shows-walkingcirca-1960.jpg 7-No author. (n.d.) [Photo ] car stamp. Retrieved July 7, 2013 from http://www.powayusd.com/online/usonline/stamps/chrome_tailfins.jpg 8- Nelson Cultural Center / HGA .(2012). ArchDaily. Retrieved July 7, 2013 from http://www.archdaily.com/306279 9- American Swedish Institute. (2011-2013). Retrieved July 7, 2013 from http://theasiapp.com/sustainability/ 10- American Swedish Institute. (2011-2013). Retrieved July 7, 2013 from http://theasiapp.com/ 11- Meinhold, Bridgette. (2012). Nelson Cultural Center: A LEED Gold Addition to the American Swedish Institute in Minneapolis. Retrieved July 7, 2013 from http://inhabitat.com/nelson-culturalcenter-is-a-leed-gold-addition-to-the-american-swedish-institute-in-minneapolis/ 12- American Swedish Institute. (2013). Retrieved July 7, 2013 from http://www.asimn.org/


Jaffa Market

1- Geron, Amit. (2013) [Photo ] The taste of the sea: Jaffa Port Market Entrance. Retrieved July 8, 2013, from http://www.lanciatrendvisions.com/images//articoli/jaffa-port-market/ltvs-jaffa-portmarket-1.jpg. 2- Geron, Amit. (2013) [Photo ] The taste of the sea: Jaffa Port Market bar. Retrieved July 8, 2013, from http://www.lanciatrendvisions.com/images//articoli/jaffa-port-market/ltvs-jaffa-portmarket-3.jpg 3- Geron, Amit. (2013) [Photo ] The taste of the sea: Jaffa Port Market fruits. Retrieved July 8, 2013, from http://ad009cdnb.archdaily.net/wp-content/uploads/2012/11/5099358128ba0d0403000160_jaffa-port-market-jacobs-yaniv-architects_jaffa_market_008.jpg 4- Geron, Amit. (2013) [Photo ] The taste of the sea: Jaffa Port Market Buying. Retrieved July 8, 2013, from http://www.lanciatrendvisions.com/images//articoli/jaffa-port-market/ltvs-jaffa-portmarket-10.jpg 5- No author. (2013). [Photo ] Car stamp. Retrieved July 8, 2013, from https://si0.twimg.com/profile_images/3597313763/d5a3f61a626ad77c279e096e882ed432.png 6-

Rosette, Noele. (n.d). [Photo ] Sandal stamp. Retrieved July 8, 2013, from http://rdr.zazzle.com/img/imt-prd/isz-m/pd-172498049157276829/tl-flip_flops_sandals_postage_stamps.jpg

7- No author. (2004) [Photo ] Corvette stamp. Retrieved July 8, 2013, from http://image.motortrend.com/f/features/auto_news/8291267+w177+h111+cr1+ar0/112_news0817_stampsCorvette37_01z.jpg 8- Jaffa Port Market / Jacobs-Yaniv Architects. (2012). ArchDaily. Retrieved July 8, 2013, from http://www.archdaily.com/290487 9- Grant, Anthony. (2013). Now Noshing Jaffa port Market. Retrieved July 8, 2013, from http://tmagazine.blogs.nytimes.com/2013/02/20/now-noshing-jaffa-port-market/ 10- The taste of the sea: Jaffa Port Market. (2013). Retrieved July 8, 2013, from http://www.lanciatrendvisions.com/en/article/the-taste-of-the-sea-jaffa-port-market-by-jacobs-yaniv-architects 11- Mayring, Skye. (2013). Jaffa Nightlife. Retrieved July 8, 2013, from http://www.travelagewest.com/Travel/Africa/Info/Jaffa-Nightlife/#.UdsQSPmcd8E 12- Mediterranean coast. (n.d). Retrieved July 8, 2013, from http://www.ifcj.org/site/PageNavigator/eng/inside/israel_101/geography/mediterranean


La Rinascente

1- No author. (n.d.) [Photo ] La Rinascente retail. Retrieved July 8, 2013, from http://www.rinascente.it/upl/cms/images/20130403/152500129_3758.jpg 2- No author. (n.d.) [Photo ] La Rinascente exterior. Retrieved July 8, 2013, from http://www.herworldplus.com/sites/default/files/La%20Rinascente_0.jpg 3- Lifschutz Davidson Sandilands (2007) [Photo ] La Rinascente/ Lifschutz Davidson Sandilands . Retrieved July 8, 2013, from http://ad009cdnb.archdaily.net/wp-content/uploads/2009/10/1255450766-ldl-rc-0016-a.jpg 4- Lifschutz Davidson Sandilands (2007) [Photo ] La Rinascente: Italia. Retrieved July 8, 2013, from http://simbiosisgroup.net/wp-content/uploads/2009/10/510-150x150.jpg 5- No author. (n.d.) [Photo ] Bus Sverige. Retrieved July 9, 2013, from http://i1181.photobucket.com/albums/x424/nethryk/Volume%2010/Franzen-MatthewsSweden-991-PostalBus-1-1873F808-OlleWadner_zps78a447c4.jpg 6- No author. (n.d.) [Photo ] Think different. Retrieved July 9, 2013, from http://rlv.zcache.com/shoe_tracks_footprint_stamps-red555f0136f94346b35ebd80e45d23fb_xjs8n_8byvr_512.jpg 7- No author. (2010) [Photo ] Stamp Italy. Retrieved July 9, 2013, from http://lh6.ggpht.com/_gBQkok8T5Ko/TN6oL_agB7I/AAAAAAAANok/emQ9q_Rg258/car_thumb%5B8%5D.jpg?imgmax=800 8- Sokol, David. (2009). Lifschutz Davidson Sandilands tops off Milan’s La Rinascente with the glow of culinary activity. Architectural Record. Retrieved July 8, 2013, from http://archrecord.construction.com/projects/lighting/archives/0902larinascente-1.asp 9- La Rinascente / Lifschutz Davidson Sandilands . (2009). ArchDaily. Accessed July 8, 2013., from http://www.archdaily.com/37706 10- Thompson Henrietta. (2008). Dramatic overheads at Lifschutz Davidson Sandilands’ refit of La Rinascente, Milan. Accessed July 8, 2013., from http://www.bdonline.co.uk/dramatic-overheads-at-lifschutz-davidson-sandilands%E2%80%99-refit-of-la-rinascente-milan/3113304.article


Schrannenhalle Munich: 1- Probst, Edzard. (2011) [Photo ] Schrannenhalle Munich / Oliv Architekten Ingenieure core.Retrieved July 12, 2013, from http://ad009cdnb.archdaily.net/wp-content/uploads/2012/04/1335548029-mg-5510-rz.jpg 2- Probst, Edzard. (2011) [Photo ] Schrannenhalle Munich / Oliv Architekten Ingenieure seating. Retrieved July 12, 2013, from http://ad009cdnb.archdaily.net/wp-content/uploads/2012/04/1335548051-2011-10-16-olive-sch228-r-kopie.jpg 3- Probst, Edzard. (2011) [Photo ] Schrannenhalle Munich / Oliv Architekten Ingenieure display. Retrieved July 12, 2013, from http://ad009cdnb.archdaily.net/wp-content/uploads/2012/04/1335548036-2011-10-16-olive-sch-335--kopie.jpg 4- Probst, Edzard. (2011) [Photo ] Schrannenhalle Munich / Oliv Architekten Ingenieure stalls. Retrieved July 12, 2013, from http://ad009cdnb.archdaily.net/wp-content/uploads/2012/04/1335548015-mg-5039-rz.jpg 5- No author. (n.d.) [Photo ] Germany stamp. Retrieved July 11, 2013, from http://farm5.staticflickr.com/4053/4355778571_5ac5ff2f01_z.jpg 6- No author. (n.d.) [Photo ] Keep walking stamp. Retrieved July 11, 2013, from http://us.cdn2.123rf.com/168nwm/carmenbobo/carmenbobo1305/carmenbobo130500034/19721916-stamp-with-words-keep-walking-inside-vector-illustration.jpg 7- No author. (n.d.) [Photo ] Black car icon. Retrieved July 11, 2013, from http://rlv.zcache.com/black_car_icon_postage_stamp-r55edab3eaf71410c874278a2862aeeaf_xjs8n_8byvr_512.jpg 8- Viktualienmarkt. (n.d.). ). Retrieved July 11, 2013 , from http://www.toytowngermany.com/wiki/Viktualienmarkt 9- Schrannenhalle. (n.d.). Retrieved July 11, 2013 , from http://www.muenchen.de/Rathaus/tourist_office/sehenswuerdigkeiten/Parks_und_Biergaerten/133756/Viktualienmarkt.html 10-- Schrannenhalle Munich / Oliv Architekten Ingenieure. (2011). Retrieved July 11, 2013 , from http://www.archdaily.com/230287/schrannenhalle-munich-oliv-architekten-ingenieure/ 11- No author. (n.d.) Retrieved July 11, 2013, from http://www3.hilton.com/en/hotels/bavaria/hilton-munich-city-MUCCHTW/index.html 12- The Victuals Market and Schrannenhalle. (n.d.) Retrieved July 11, 2013, from http://www.muenchen.de/Rathaus/tourist_office/sehenswuerdigkeiten/Parks_und_Biergaerten/133756/Viktualienmarkt.html 13- Munich. (n.d.) Retrieved July 11, 2013, from http://travel.yahoo.com/p-travelguide-191501749-munich_vacations-i

Conclusion: 1- No author. (n.d.) [Photo ] seating sketch American Swedish Institute. Retrieved July 11, 2013, from http://theasiapp.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/04/asi-map-communityhall-large.jpg 2- No author. (n.d.) [Photo ] interior sketch American Swedish Institute. Retrieved July 11, 2013, from http://theasiapp.com/


Building And Site Analysis 1- City of Atlanta. (2013). Retrieved July 17 from http://www.atlantaga.gov/index.aspx?page=624 2- Transportation. (2013). ). Retrieved July 17 from http://www.atlantaga.gov/index.aspx?page=623 3- Georgia Houses and Residents. (2012). Retrieved July 17, 2013, from http://www.city-data.com/housing/houses-AtlantaGeorgia.html#ixzz2Z58UbtbB 4- New Georgia Encyclopedia. (n.d.). Retrieved July 17, 2013, from http://georgia.gov/populartopic/learning-about-georgias-facts-history 5- Fulton county-Ga. (2003-2013). Retrieved July 17, 2013, from http://www.city-data.com/county/Fulton_County-GA.html#ixzz2Z5C9UiY5 6- Buford Highway. (2013). Retrieved July 17, 2013, from http://www.atlanta.net/dining/buford.html 7- No author. (n.d.) [Photo ] Airplane Logo. Retrieved July 17, 2013, from http://www.vecteezy.com/vector-icons/52360-free-vector-of-the-day-203-airplane-logo 8-No author. (n.d.) [Photo ] Marta stop. Retrieved July 17, 2013, from http://wikitravel.org/upload/shared//thumb/4/46/Marta_sign.jpg/180px-Marta_sign.jpg 9-No author. (n.d.) [Photo ] Vector stock. Retrieved July 17, 2013, from http://www.vectorstock.com/composite/567283/car-symbol-set-vector.jpg 10-No author. (n.d.) [Photo ] people. Retrieved July 17, from http://www.pptbackgroundstemplates.com/search.php?word=chain%20of%20people%20graphics 11-No author. (n.d.) [Photo ] Tour-transport. Retrieved July 17, fromhttp://www.cherry-graphics.com/post-data/tour-transport.jpg 12-No author. (n.d.) [Photo ] Atlanta skyline. Retrieved July 17, from http://www.gpsinformation.us/Jack/NightPhotos/Skyline/17th035-2Frame-mu-Pan.jpg 13-FMG design.(n.d.) [Photo ] Georgia Aquarium. Retrieved July 17, from http://www.fmgdesign.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/06/GABillboard.jpg 14- No author.(n.d.) [Photo ] Atlanta. Retrieved July 17, fromhttp://atlanta.citysegwaytours.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/05/Highlights-CNN-2.jpg 15- No author.(n.d.) [Photo ] Atlanta with kids. Retrieved July 17, from http://s1.hubimg.com/u/2484004_f520.jpg 16- No author.(n.d.) [Photo ] Centennial Park. Retrieved July 17, from http://www.karensmyth.com/atj/user/AdditionalGetAction.do?pageId=179135 17- No author.(2009) [Photo ] The fabulous Fox Theater. Retrieved July 17, from http://www.tinafountain.com/blog/uploads/The-Fox-Lo-Res.jpg 18- No author.(2010) [Photo ] Atlanta metro map. Retrieved July 17, from http://atlantaboy.com/wp-content/uploads/8e30atlanta20metro20map.jpg 19- No author.(n.d.) [Photo ] Food Button. Retrieved July 19, from http://www.clker.com/cliparts/7/4/6/e/1267319978847481279food%20dining%20button.svg.med.png 20- No author.(n.d.) [Photo ] School Symbol. Retrieved July 19, from http://i.istockimg.com/file_thumbview_approve/13713158/2/stock-illustration-13713158-school-symbol-icon-blocks.jpg 21- No author.(n.d.) [Photo ]Home Symbol. Retrieved July 19, from http://www.hamcosepticandsewer.com/images/home_symbol_144_123.jpg 22- No author.(n.d.) [Photo ]Office Symbol. Retrieved July 19, from http://i.istockimg.com/file_thumbview_approve/5260895/2/stock-illustration-5260895-office-building-icon.jpg


Building Feasibility Analysis: 1-No author. (n.d.) [Photo] sprinkler head. Retrieved July 28 2013, from http://www.tridentsupplyllc.com/images/NMCSIMO168.jpg 2-No author. (n.d.) [Photo] wheelchair. Retrieved July 28 2013, from https://consultations.rics.org/gf2.ti/-/271842/807181.jpg/pjpeg/-/signage%20for%20accessible%20toilets%20a.jpg 3-No author. (n.d.) [Photo] stairs. Retrieved July 28 2013, from http://farm8.staticflickr.com/7018/6564177013_a49da338c7_o.jpg 4-No author. (2013) [Photo] Elevator. Retrieved July 28 2013, from http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/b/b3/Aiga_elevator.svg/578px-Aiga_elevator.svg.png 5-No author. (n.d) [Photo] People Silhouettes. Retrieved July 28 2013, from http://vector-magz.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/02/people-silhouettes-vector.jpg 6-No author. (2013) [Photo] Exit Sign. Retrieved July 28 2013, from http://www.firstsafetysigns.co.uk/WebRoot/BT2/Shops/Store2_002E_Shop1848/45F3/1FC0/D988/FF6E/E4E0/AC10/3D2A/EC59/450mmx150mm-RIGHT-exit.gif


Concept Statement

1- Andrews, Lori. (2013). [Photo] . Image of a hand holding an Polaroid photo. Retrieved August 14, 2013, from http://cache4.asset-cache.net/gc/163117076-image-of-a-hand-holding-an-polaroidphoto-gettyimages.jpg?v=1&c=IWSAsset&k=2&d=%2bibDqfg2xFzSXCnEVAQuUgQK3OXFunFsdFSyG5pNUFI%3d 2 - No author.(n.d). [Photo] American cruiseline. Retrieved August 14, 2013, from http://www.americancruiselines.com/images/cruise-library-grand-heartland-cruise/explore-the-upper-mississippi-riveron-a-cruise.jpg?sfvrsn=4 3 - No author.(2013). [Photo] Kayak explore. Retrieved August 14, 2013, from http://cdn.thenextweb.com/files/2010/06/explore.jpg 4 - Gilardini, Daisy. (n.d). [Photo] Vernadsky research station. Retrieved August 14, 2013, from http://cache2.asset-cache.net/gc/106007728-vernadsky-research-stationgettyimages.jpg?v=1&c=IWSAsset&k=2&d=maZiU2bchFJhxY8fZgw8r5OsDEKNI41irbr3XuqYfgU%3d 5 - Reede, Dave.(n.d). [Photo] Abandoned farmhouse in wind-blown durum wheat field, near Assiniboia, Saskatchewan, Canada. Retrieved August 14, 2013, from http://cache4.assetcache.net/gc/122558177-abandoned-farmhouse-in-wind-blown-durum-gettyimages.jpg?v=1&c=IWSAsset&k=2&d=nYvDR1HL5bXUAGKWFemDdsKYxbO2w%2bL6AF1Y6rCybYw%3d 6 - Smith, Karen & Phillip. (n.d) [Photo] Man stands on rock above sea, takes picture. Retrieved August 14 2013, from http://cache2.asset-cache.net/gc/170743034-man-stands-on-rock-above-seatakes-picture-gettyimages.jpg?v=1&c=IWSAsset&k=2&d=qzpjJMuN3SAfchuIukzYx9fSpxHTC8508N8w6cPIrww%3d 7- MacGregor, Malcom. (n.d). [Photo] . Hand holding seeds. Retrieved August 17, 2013, from http://cache3.asset-cache.net/gc/168508146-hand-holding-seedsgettyimages.jpg?v=1&c=IWSAsset&k=2&d=Ys8OYDv7OuFAG1C1wO8L2ekoPl9yxI%2f4cEUpCkbDVRI%3d 8- - No author.(n.d). [Photo] Water drops. Retrieved August 17, 2013, from http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-vdPMppDt4mw/ToDzglBvVJI/AAAAAAAAAeU/vBdy6sPQXWA/s400/dew.jpg 9- Scent xmedia photographer. (n.d). [Photo] Sun rises above mountain lake, autumn. Retrieved August 17, 2013, from http://cache4.asset-cache.net/gc/176946494-sun-rises-above-mountain-lakeautumn-gettyimages.jpg?v=1&c=IWSAsset&k=2&d=Dy00H6LN7yFrPFUH0ezJJQNDfPoj7RtVir%2f0NIV%2fHJY%3d 10- Roberts, Tim. (n.d). [Photo] Roots. Retrieved August 17, 2013, from http://cache3.asset-cache.net/gc/96572481-plant-seedling-growing-with-extensive-rootsgettyimages.jpg?v=1&c=IWSAsset&k=2&d=iqrJnydfqAS%2bK2J23D8z3vccWZC6v4iomH543ZtIC8Y%3d 11- Santrac, Zeljko. (n.d). [Photo] Fresh coconut. Retrieved August 17, 2013, from http://cache1.asset-cache.net/gc/175492106-fresh-coconutgettyimages.jpg?v=1&c=IWSAsset&k=2&d=%2bFL9h4cf6PPvPxohhgbp%2fLmFojWc3EZA4uLSTsbIUGQ%3d 12- No author.(n.d). [Photo] Toast. Retrieved August 17, 2013, from http://media-cache-ec0.pinimg.com/736x/3e/99/5f/3e995f046fa1b4653fef465cf8f9f4e4.jpg 13- No author.(n.d). [Photo] Lights. Retrieved August 17, 2013, from http://media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/736x/59/b3/9c/59b39c8d8be5b5a58e0884bc55c07226.jpg 14- No author.(n.d). [Photo] Celebration. Retrieved August 17, 2013, from http://media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/736x/59/b3/9c/59b39c8d8be5b5a58e0884bc55c07226.jpg 15- Stephen St. John. .(n.d). [Photo] A tree decorated with colorful plastic eggs for Easter. Retrieved August 17, 2013, from http://cache4.asset-cache.net/gc/160009761-tree-decorated-with-colorfulplastic-eggs-gettyimages.jpg?v=1&c=IWSAsset&k=2&d=WFLSHHExw5afbeqaJr%2boOTDwnX64%2fmufdfohw7xCWjY%3d


Concept Statement

16- No author.(n.d). [Photo] Thebitcha. Retrieved August 17, 2013, from http://media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/736x/91/b9/cb/91b9cb7cca80acc47379b6b3ac488ed5.jpg 17- Wethly, Manon.(n.d). [Photo] flying stuff high speed liquids. Retrieved August 17, 2013, from http://media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/736x/e1/20/dd/e120dd314f65c87ce7bea7d4aa4c6409.jpg 18- No author.(n.d). [Photo] Cave of Crystals, Mexico. Retrieved August 17, 2013, from http://media-cache-ec0.pinimg.com/736x/92/92/1f/92921f4e0a159b8fcf4c10b55cc6407b.jpg 19- No author.(n.d). [Photo] Wheel. Retrieved August 17, 2013, from http://media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/736x/91/c5/a4/91c5a49a09c057ed9d12234896a010c6.jpg 20- No author.(n.d). [Photo] Stone. Retrieved August 17, 2013, from http://media-cache-ec0.pinimg.com/736x/a4/4f/aa/a44faa099d5678c19eed93a5b9a4cba7.jpg 21- No author.(n.d). [Photo] Nets. Retrieved August 17, 2013, from http://media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/736x/5e/b6/52/5eb6521f44238b8895086d3324a4957c.jpg 22- No author.(n.d). [Photo] Sunsets. Retrieved August 17, 2013, from http://media-cache-ec0.pinimg.com/736x/87/26/59/87265982d74a10023a1bd9f66c47a976.jpg 23- No author.(n.d). [Photo] Roads. Retrieved August 17, 2013, from http://media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/736x/8b/53/31/8b533150291dc450983b3ea42aa0d2a4.jpg 24- No author.(n.d). [Photo] The Atlantic road, Norway. Retrieved August 17, 2013, fromhttp://media-cache-ec0.pinimg.com/736x/9c/52/d9/9c52d9d891326e6b405db4944b7010c4.jpg 25- No author.(n.d). [Photo] Bicycle. Retrieved August 17, 2013, from http://media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/736x/d2/2b/14/d22b14351eeadeda67a12e8946326d75.jpg


Overall Concept: 1-No author. (n.d.) [Photo] Green. Retrieved August 17, 2013, from http://media-cache-ec0.pinimg.com/736x/d4/b4/d9/d4b4d95209a39544dfc3c59ed7289f0d.jpg 2-No author. (n.d.) [Photo] Seeds. Retrieved August 17, 2013, from http://media-cache-ec0.pinimg.com/736x/34/41/52/344152f35497c93b31bb85f2a00244da.jpg 3-No author. (n.d.) [Photo] Blue. Retrieved August 17, 2013, from http://media-cache-ec0.pinimg.com/736x/81/c8/b0/81c8b08eca0fa53ee6afe91fceaefbfe.jpg 4-No author. (n.d.) [Photo] Pine. Retrieved August 17, 2013, from http://media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/736x/c4/88/45/c48845b6a78d02722000a379fa701821.jpg 5-No author. (n.d.) [Photo] Yellow. Retrieved August 17, 2013, from http://media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/736x/4e/dc/bd/4edcbd7951389edc3d020fcff06b386b.jpg 6-No author. (n.d.) [Photo] Snow. Retrieved August 17, 2013, from http://media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/736x/99/4c/94/994c946e0a48f9808f3498dc88f10879.jpg 7- BIG. (2012). [Photo] Snow. Retrieved August 17, 2013, from http://media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/736x/60/87/4b/60874bfe5af17e48910afb89dbd91e90.jpg 8- Photodesigner. (2013.) [Photo] Retail. Retrieved August 17, 2013, from http://retaildesignblog.net/wp-content/uploads/2013/08/Gaga-restaurant-by-COORDINATON-ASIA-Shanghai.jpg 9- Bringham, Patrick. (2012.) [Photo] North canal road. Retrieved August 17, 2013, from http://ad009cdnb.archdaily.net/wp-content/uploads/2013/07/51dc1553e8e44e82b7000066_48north-canal-road-woha_north_canal_3-2013_pbh_012-528x379.jpg 10-No author. (n.d.) [Photo] Pentagonal house. Retrieved August 17, 2013, from http://media-cache-ec0.pinimg.com/736x/d0/d8/18/d0d818c4a530c32ba4f613cfe8afaf67.jpg 11-No author. (n.d.) [Photo] Architecture. Retrieved August 17, 2013, from http://media-cache-ec0.pinimg.com/736x/6d/d5/34/6dd534f221b9a69bd4efb966c647f305.jpg 12- UID Architects. (n.d.) [Photo] Pit House. Retrieved August 17, 2013, from http://media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/736x/c0/64/7b/c0647b9d90c645d44378a4fb7d3d3aaf.jpg


Market Concept: 1-No author. (n.d.) [Photo] Cheese. Retrieved August17 , 2013, from http://media-cache-ec0.pinimg.com/736x/a2/86/d7/a286d7dc4b836a9d1bf061b48e8cf21c.jpg 2-No author. (n.d.) [Photo] Coffee. Retrieved August17 , 2013, from http://media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/736x/9a/d5/5c/9ad55c58f3644afbcfbaba9c766ef745.jpg 3-No author. (n.d.) [Photo] Basil. Retrieved August17 , 2013, from http://media-cache-ec0.pinimg.com/736x/32/49/e0/3249e0a449edac98f01a1a9f1a0179c2.jpg 4-Moso International. (n.d.) [Photo] Bamboo architecture. Retrieved August17 , 2013, from http://www.joostdevree.nl/bouwkunde2/jpgb/bamboe_2b_shigeru_ban_http_www_core_formula_com.jpg 5-No author. (n.d.) [Photo] House. Retrieved August17 , 2013, from http://media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/736x/8a/b0/33/8ab0337eebc59b10d36dcfefccd03daa.jpg 6-No author. (n.d.) [Photo] House exterior. Retrieved August17 , 2013, from http://media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/736x/86/e0/e9/86e0e9480c6e2f63a61564a22b150ed5.jpg 7-No author. (n.d.) [Photo] Architecture. Retrieved August17 , 2013, from http://media-cache-ec0.pinimg.com/736x/95/bd/dd/95bddda438f74b5144c1bfec6f90fda3.jpg 8-Gomez, Sergio. (2008) [Photo] Architecture. Retrieved August17 , 2013, from http://inhabitat.com/waxing-architectural-on-columbias-orquideorama/ 9-No author. (n.d.) [Photo] fruit stalls. Retrieved August17 , 2013, from http://lh3.ggpht.com/_uvb1Z9wvvmA/TSMTW2akpbI/AAAAAAAAA7g/HtEDqFh1lIw/s512/kg.baru%20fruit%20stalls.jpg 10-No author. (2013) [Photo] Bamboo courtyard. Retrieved August17 , 2013, from http://retaildesignblog.net/category/eco 11- Peterson ,Moose. (2007) The psychology of color. Retrieved August19, 2013, from http://www.moosepeterson.com/techtips/color.html 12- Cousins, Carrie.(2012) Color and cultural design considerations. Retrieved August 19, 2013, from http://www.webdesignerdepot.com/2012/06/color-and-cultural-design-considerations/


Dine Concept:

1-No author. (n.d.) [Photo] Ginko leaves. Retrieved August 17, 2013, from http://media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/736x/29/d6/f5/29d6f50dc36d37add39a32df2d0e5fad.jpg 2-Photo factory.(n.d.) [Photo] Iris Agate. Retrieved August 17, 2013, from http://media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/736x/89/e2/d8/89e2d8fe468add3869a8dabfe4e0b1ea.jpg 3-No author.(n.d.) [Photo] Architecture. Retrieved August 17, 2013, from http://media-cache-ec0.pinimg.com/736x/47/01/7e/47017e08a8da3b570a7e0cc712174edf.jpg 4-No author.(n.d.) [Photo] Retail. Retrieved August 17, 2013, from http://media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/736x/57/5f/62/575f62d0f198ae44d0a05d231cdc616d.jpg 5-Dimitris Economou.(n.d.) [Photo] CafĂŠ restaurant. Retrieved August 17, 2013, from http://retaildesignblog.net/wp-content/uploads/2013/08/Fairytale-Cafe-Bar-by-Dimitris-EconomouAthens.jpg 6- ParreĂąo, Cristina(n.d.) [Photo] Chandeliers. Retrieved August 17, 2013, from http://retaildesignblog.net/wp-content/uploads/2013/03/Paper-Chandeliers-Cristina-Parreno-ARCO-Ma 7-No author.(n.d.) [Photo] Lamp. Retrieved August 17, 2013, from http://media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/736x/a1/8b/6c/a18b6cf171deaba229ffa123c5e04d8d.jpg 8 -No author.(n.d.) [Photo] Royal ceramica. Retrieved August 17, 2013, from http://retaildesignblog.net/wp-content/uploads/2013/05/Royal-Ceramica-booth-by-Paolo-CesarettiValencia.jpg 9-No author.(2013) [Photo] Crane and canopy. Retrieved August 17, 2013, from http://media-cache-ec0.pinimg.com/736x/28/b8/6e/28b86e8f79604c2bd6dd345a2755bbfe.jpg 10-Herzog & de Meuron Architekten.(2013) [Photo] Prada building. Retrieved August 17, 2013, from http://www.flickr.com/photos/true2death/625231793/ 11-No author.(2013) [Photo] Building. Retrieved August 17, 2013, from http://media-cache-ec0.pinimg.com/736x/46/b9/fd/46b9fdb0906b0fec58db38fccf403bf2.jpg 12-No author.(2013) [Photo] Mesh. Retrieved August 17, 2013, from http://pinterest.com/pin/217932069439208165/ 13-No author.(2013) . Color Orange. Retrieved August 19, 2013, from http://www.empower-yourself-with-color-psychology.com/color-orange.html 14- No author.(2013). Emily Gems. Retrieved August 19, 2013, from http://crystal-cure.com/orange.html 15-No author.(2013) . Silver color. Retrieved August 19, 2013, from http://www.empower-yourself-with-color-psychology.com/color-silver.html 16- Bourne, Jennifer.(2010) . Meaning of the color brown. Retrieved August 19, 2013, from http://www.bourncreative.com/meaning-of-the-color-brown


Self Access Center Concept:

1-No author. (n.d.) [Photo] wood. Retrieved August 17, 2013, from http://media-cache-ec0.pinimg.com/736x/dd/d9/bf/ddd9bf8e52a3a9567b2fe5d5a09927d8.jpg 2 -No author. (n.d.) [Photo] pattern. Retrieved August 17, 2013, from http://media-cache-ec0.pinimg.com/736x/c2/18/57/c21857f22ee4aa6e26c5a6b0a92a907c.jpg 3 -No author. (n.d.) [Photo] pinimg. Retrieved August 17, 2013, from http://media-cache-ec0.pinimg.com/736x/00/d1/ac/00d1ac470fcd59786fa260c48ee801ff.jpg 4 -No author. (n.d.) [Photo] Organic architecture. Retrieved August 17, 2013, from http://media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/736x/0b/36/34/0b36342121be1df16f45674c5e204b61.jpg 5-No author. (n.d.) [Photo] Interior. Retrieved August 17, 2013, from http://media-cache-ec0.pinimg.com/736x/3f/08/39/3f08393bccb2cf579e41051290991d3f.jpg 6-No author. (n.d.) [Photo] Web architecture. Retrieved August 17, 2013, from http://media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/736x/70/4b/e9/704be9bbf5b88b4a21742a60cad48a98.jpg 7-No author. (n.d.) [Photo] Web. Retrieved August 17, 2013, from http://media-cache-ec0.pinimg.com/736x/20/44/02/204402fe7702106fb5e0b6d68907af76.jpg 8-No author. (n.d.) [Photo] Glass architecture. Retrieved August 17, 2013, from http://media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/736x/7d/bd/d5/7dbdd579a6b55c595e8e06999ff3b3a3.jpg 9-No author. (n.d.) [Photo] Glass partition. Retrieved August 17, 2013, from http://media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/736x/8a/12/0b/8a120b1b80ac79a57ed10def9fd4b5bf.jpg 10-No author. (n.d.) Color Symbolism and culture. Retrieved August 17, 2013, from http://www.incredibleart.org/lessons/middle/color2.htm


Bar Concept: 1-No author. (n.d.) [Photo] Ice. Retrieved August 17, 2013, from http://media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/736x/29/96/38/299638dcc029e87b2e5d75c84afe12d2.jpg 2 –Digital mono. (n.d.) [Photo] Illuminated cave. Retrieved August 17, 2013, from http://media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/736x/cf/da/0c/cfda0c59c931daebe01a036964cd1d53.jpg 3 -No author. (n.d.) [Photo] eggs. Retrieved August 17, 2013, from http://media-cache-ec0.pinimg.com/736x/ae/44/2b/ae442b24c98ab79d10d36a73474dad7c.jpg 4 -No author. (n.d.) [Photo] Adidas office. Retrieved August 17, 2013, from http://media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/736x/40/a9/d7/40a9d7d510a1db938abd9f55128a6be5.jpg 5-No author. (n.d.) [Photo] Ceiling. Retrieved August 17, 2013, from http://media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/736x/06/b0/97/06b097481a27df0bb28eb6458bf64900.jpg 6-No author. (n.d.) [Photo] Seoul memorial. Retrieved August 17, 2013, from http://media-cache-ec0.pinimg.com/736x/51/15/3d/51153db637296f03d34a64f86f2239d9.jpg 7-No author. (n.d.) [Photo] Hexagon. Retrieved August 17, 2013, from http://media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/736x/0a/55/91/0a5591838b3f8edef6233e4a0aee2985.jpg 8-No author. (n.d.) [Photo] Foster + Partner screen detail. Retrieved August 17, 2013, from http://media-cache-ec0.pinimg.com/736x/93/88/70/9388708024609c54968e372950782a20.jpg 9-No author. (n.d.) [Photo] Resort hotel. Retrieved August 17, 2013, from http://retaildesignblog.net/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/Vander-Urbani-Resort-hotel-SADAR-VUGA-Ljubljana-04.jpg 10- Cousins, Carrie.(2012) Color and cultural design considerations. Retrieved August 19, 2013, from http://www.webdesignerdepot.com/2012/06/color-and-cultural-design-considerations/ 11-No author. (n.d.) The color blue. Retrieved August 19, 2013, from http://www.empower-yourself-with-color-psychology.com/color-blue.html 12- Morton, J.L.( 2012) The meanings of blue. Retrieved August 19, 2013, from http://www.colormatters.com/blue 13- Rader, Andrew. (2013) Liquid basics. Retrieved August 19, 2013, from http://www.chem4kids.com/files/matter_liquid.html 14-No author. (n.d.) Gases, liquids and solids. Retrieved August 19, 2013, from http://www.chem.purdue.edu/gchelp/liquids/character.html


Cinema Concept:

1-No author. (n.d.) [Photo] Road. Retrieved August 179 2013, from http://media-cache-ec0.pinimg.com/736x/5a/37/32/5a37321863d3ac09edcb34d92673d225.jpg 2 –No author. (n.d.) [Photo] Motorcycle. Retrieved August 17, 2013, from http://media-cache-ec0.pinimg.com/736x/40/40/bd/4040bd07f2b5190e7207e3a65887c2c3.jpg 3 -No author. (n.d.) [Photo] Autumn. Retrieved August 19, 2013, from http://media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/736x/d5/59/8f/d5598f65d031f268efc23b2258dec065.jpg 4 – Tjintjelaar, Joel. (n.d.) [Photo] Modern metropolis. Retrieved August 179 2013, from http://media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/736x/7b/9c/55/7b9c557e949d75eb8dec52ff067dbac5.jpg

5-No author. (n.d.) [Photo] Facade .Retrieved August 19, 2013, from http://media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/736x/8d/df/55/8ddf556cfd66ae2d5ee3b554a6ac322e.jpg

6-No author. (n.d.) [Photo] Curve. Retrieved August 19, 2013, from http://media-cache-ec0.pinimg.com/736x/83/54/23/8354230708e9e7f6e61c85f1bc1db551.jpg

7-No author. (n.d.) [Photo] Translucency. Retrieved August 19, 2013, from http://media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/736x/db/2d/08/db2d08a737a0db189f4e16e637f927b0.jpg

8-No author. (n.d.) [Photo] Exterior. Retrieved August 19, 2013, from http://media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/736x/9b/46/7c/9b467c9b0bfe2f3de919e83bc1ae23bb.jpg

9-No author. (n.d.) [Photo] wall panel. Retrieved August 19, 2013, from http://media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/736x/98/c7/d6/98c7d63759f306c07d7d49aee6e49c4a.jpg 10-No author. (n.d.) Understanding the meaning of colors. Retrieved August 23, 2013, from http://www.empower-yourself-with-color-psychology.com/meaning-of-colors.html 11-No author. (n.d.) Psychological properties of colors. Retrieved August 23, 2013, from http://www.colour-affects.co.uk/psychological-properties-of-colours


Glossary Bibliography Bennett, J. (2011). Developing Intercultural Competence for International Education Faculty and Staff. Retrieved June 28, 2013, from http://www.intercultural.org/documents/competence_handouts.pdf De Young, R. (2013) Environmental psychology overview. In S. R. Klein and A. H. Huffman (Eds.) Green Organizations: Driving Change with IO Psychology. (Pp. 22-45) New York: Routledge Academic. Jeffs, T. & Smith, M. K. (1997, 2005, 2011). What is informal education?, the encyclopedia of informal education. Retrieved June 28, 2013, from http://infed.org/mobi/what-is-informal-education/ Meyer, C. (2013). Three Keys to creating great ‘Good Places’. Retrieved June 28, 2013, from http://blog.perkinswill.com/three-keys-to-creating-great-good-places/ Muller, J. (1993). The action training model and its educational foundations. Adult education anddevelopment p. 239-253. Retrieved June 28, 2013, from http://www.cyc-net.org/cyc-online/cycol-0104-muller.html Sociolinguistics Basics. (2005). Retrieved June 29, 2013, from http://www.pbs.org/speak/speech/sociolinguistics/sociolinguistics/ Tan, L. (2011). A Review of Environmental Symbology: Origins and Contributions toward a Theoretical Framework. Journal Of Interior Design, 36(2), 39-49) De Young, R. (2013) Environmental psychology overview. In S. R. Klein and A. H. Huffman (Eds.) Green Organizations: Driving Change with IO Psychology. (Pp. 22-45) New York: Routledge Academic.


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