MIKAYLA CLYDE Interior Design Third Year | 2018
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Steelcaseâ€™s NEXT Design Competition began with six weeks of healthcare design research focusing on the nature, lean design, efficiency, and the environment. The facility provides a variety of medical services and outpatient care, which will be located in the Georgetown district of Seattle. The intention for NEXT is to be on the cutting edge of new technology. The space is flexible, efficient and positions the interior built environment to promote healthy lifestyles and a positive work environment.
The design for the NEXT Healthcare facility will be approximately 11,977 square feet and will inhabit a quarter of the fourth floor in a downtown Seattle building. The existing building includes amenities such as full time security, a bus stop for public transit and a coffee shop.
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Sunlight has been proven to show positive effects on patients. The patients have access to the natural light awhile walking to the exam rooms along the limited windows.
Research showed that patient’s feel more comfortable in a setting where amenities are offered such as having a restroom near by the reception area and comfortable furniture.
On-stage/off-stage design is implemented into the design to help reduce physical stress on the staff during the work day.
The physical exertion of the staff members reflect the work that is done in this facility. To help reduce some of the stress, there are lounge areas located in the work cafe.
Each restroom is ADA compliant.
Each shared office & the resting area has two curtain walls to make sure the staff members have access to the natural light as well.
OPEN OFFICE FURNITURE & MATERIALS
STEELCASE Think Work Chair
MOMENTUM TEXTILES Beeline (Sprout)
STEELCASE Height Adjustable Desk
MOHAWK Hyper Earth Tile (Green Peridot)
EXAM ROOM FURNITURE & MATERIALS
INTERFACE Natural Wood LVT (Mahogany)
MOMENTUM TEXTILES Velocity (Olive)
STEELCASE Empath Recliner
STEELCASE Outlook Nikko Seating
The objective for RocketSpace was to create a collaborative work environment for a chosen company that supports entrepreneurs and start-ups. This company is a technology focused co-working company that has transformed start up companies into international empires. This business holds a series of workspaces that can be rented out monthly as well as providing conference rooms and event space for workshops. RocketSpace currently has offices in San Francisco, London, Australia, Calgary, and China with the intention to expand to Omaha, NE in the Old Market.
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The existing structure for the floor plan provided us with a challenge by having the building core being placed in the center of the building. The plan is sectioned into two different spaces. The North section being the private work space, for members only, and the South section being the public event space for company workshops, speakers and guests.
UNIT 125 HOSTEL
The goal for this project was to create a temporary living environment focused on tourism within Lincoln, Nebraska. The site was the former Nebraska Typewriter Building located downtown. Unit 125 is a modern hostel that brings an urban feel to a rural setting. By creating an affordable place for young travelers, Lincoln can increase the amount of tourism and provide a way for users to explore the Midwest. The landmarks within the space will provide a path of circulation while incorporating a more saturated material palette throughout.
The users of this hostel are adventurous millennials with a passion to explore. Whether they live one hour away or twenty, this will be a place where people can visit, meet young travelers, and
explore the culture of downtown Lincoln together. Brick
SITE This project is located in the Nebraska Typewriter Building in downtown Lincoln, NE. The space is two stories high with a few secret nooks. The existing structure
of the building is 30 feet wide, 30 feet tall and 100 feet deep. Wood
Creating an art cafe in rural Nebraska will begin to develop an activity and experience that allows self expression and enhances casual interaction between those in the Nebraska creative class. The vibrant space will provide amenities that attract the art community while beginning to stimulate economic growth through the use of social media. The space will offer a variety of art classes throughout the week with opportunities to host private parties. There will also be a cafe that presents beautiful and delicious foods such as desserts and coffee. The overall space will be surrounded by an art gallery with the main gallery located near the cafe.
CREATIVE TOURISM + SOCIAL MEDIA Art-based economies and communities with a significant amount of arts activities are important, because the arts stimulate economic growth, create jobs, support business collaboration, and integrate the arts into a marketing strategy to build up tourism. My research has found that users are dependent on the reviews and photos that are posted online, because photos are defined as another way of “capturing” reality.
89% Plan based on what peers post online.
97% Share photos & videos online.
30% Would avoid places if their social media is “weak”.
Have learned about a product or service.
People who have shared, Tweeted or posted about their events and experiences online in 2014.
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