NICHOLE NETZBAND INTERIOR DESIGN
TABLE OF CONTENTS
RESTAURANT PROJECT 1
OFS OFFICE PROJECT
NEXT HEALTHCARE CLINIC 25
RESTAURANT PROJECT Year 2, First Semester
SCOPE OF PROJECT:
Using a given shell of a building, create a unique, upscale restaurant that complies with ADA codes. A second story may be created if desired.
Illumination is a restaurant created with the idea of complete
immersion and mesmerization. The word ‘Illumination’ represents “bringing into the light” and “enlightenment”. An object that encompasses these meanings is a ﬂoating lantern. Invented in China in 3rd Century BC, the purpose for these lanterns were to send signals, prayers, and stand as a symbol to release your problems. Illumination will give guests a sense of wonder. Thematic immersion will transport guests into an interactive night-time sky scene that will cause them to forget their worries and have a dining experience like no other.
FIRST FLOOR PLAN
The ﬂoor plans were created around soft and harsh curves to
symbolize the pattern of light waves. Ample circulation allows staff to easily maneuver around tables while also letting guests explore the restaurant. Two staircases can bring guests up to the second ﬂoor dining room that boasts several cantilevered platforms, each surrounded by curtains to provide the illusion of dining inside a lantern. A dual-sided elevator is located in the back of the restaurant and functions for handicap guests as well as serves delivering food to the second ﬂoor.
SECOND FLOOR PLAN
DINING ROOM PERSPECTIVE
RETAIL PROJECT Year 2, Second Semester
SCOPE OF PROJECT: The local restaurant, The Pufferbelly, is closing and
developers are looking to turn the historic location into a two-story retail space. This location is an old train station from the 1800â€™s and is registered under the Historic Restoration Society. Using gathered research from the walk through of the building, create and design a retail space within the location. Students must also make a brand for this new business.
LOCATION: 152 FRANKLIN AVE - KENT, OHIO
UPSTAIRS ACCESSORY HALLWAY 11
CONCEPT: COHESION causes entities to adhere together and unites
components that are separate. Cohesion occurs in the lowest state of energy, yet needs it to exist. This can be demonstrated in the way water molecules bead up onto the waxy surface of a leaf. Elements in the space mimic the theme of cohesion by taking different entities and combining them to create a whole design. In addition, several ďŹ xtures and displays hold the form of water molecules in and out of cohesion. These include solid, spherical forms as well as long ďŹ‚uid forms.
FIRST FLOOR PLAN
The second ďŹ‚oor houses two
main wings with adjoining hallways. The left wing serves as the shoe botique while the right wing holds formal and professional garments. Both hallways connecting the two wings are display areas for accessories such as purses and scarves.
SECOND FLOOR PL
The ﬂoor plans allow for the
historic and unique elements of the train station to be showcased with bringing in modernity. A large two-landing staircase resides in the two-story lobby that connects both ﬂoors of merchandise. On the ﬁrst ﬂoor, a series of dressing rooms reside behind the main display area. The check-out counter resides in the area to the right of the staircase. It is covered by a modern wooden perola that accentuates the natural theme and is used as a form of wayﬁnding. A convenient cafe is located past the checkout counter and also serves as a place of rest for shoppers.
MAIN LOBBY / STAIRCASE
POINT OF PURCHASE AREA 15
CUSTOM WALL-MOUNTED DISPLAY HANGERS
OFFICE PROJECT Year 3, First Semester
SCOPE OF PROJECT: The 2017 IIDA SDC invites you to design the new marketing and sales support
ofﬁce at OFS Brands Headquarters in Huntingburg, Indiana. The ofﬁce, located on the second ﬂoor, is home to designers, furniture specialists, sales, customer service, and marketing. This is a dynamic,energetic, and passionate workforce in need of a space that encourages and supports their dailyactivities and roles. - IIDA OFS HEADQUARTERS
A biological community of interacting organisms and their physical environment ; A complex network or interconnected system Like organisms in an ecosystem, employees in an ofﬁce all play a different role that helps the company function. Each individual is a smaller part that makes up the big picture.
STRUCTURE The foundation of an ecosystem is cell structure. The foundation of OFS is their history and beliefs in which they have built their brand upon.
TERRITORY Each animal species in an ecosystem has respective territories. These are not concrete, but are general areas in which they reside. OFS employees reside in departments speciﬁc to their role at the ofﬁce, much like a natural territory
COMMUNITY Outside of an animal’s natural territory is a neutral space that many differerent species can coincide, often called a “watering hole”. Likewise, OFS employees need spaces to break away from their normal desks clear their heads and mingle with different departments.
DESIGN DEVELOPMENT COLLABORATION SPACE 21
OPEN OFFICE SPACE
REFLECTED CEILING PLAN
PERSONAL-TIME CUBBIES AND BREAKOUT PO
- GREEN TONES Creates feelings of BALANCE, FRESHNESS, STABILITY and ENDURANCE Can create the feeling of good health
-BLUE TONES Creates feelings of SERENITY, and GOOD COMMUNICATION Deeper Blues promote clear thought
-REDUsed in more active and social spaces Creates feelings of ENERGY and PASSION 23
-Promotes physical activity
‘NEXT’ MEDICAL OFFICE Year 3, First Semester
SCOPE OF PROJECT: The NEXT medical clinic is opening a new ofﬁce outside of Seattle, Washing-
ton. The clinic caters primarily to Millenials and Baby Boomers. NEXT wishes for the clinic to allow for easy access and communication for all departments and have a sense of community. “Plan and design NEXT’s new, medical ofﬁce space, measuring approximately 12,000 SF. Do not include building core elements, such as restrooms, elevators, stairs, and utility rooms labeled NIC (Not in Contract) which are shaded on the ﬂoorplan” -Steelcase ‘Next’ Design Compeition
IMAGE BY RATTLHEAD VIA WIKIPEDIA 27
CONCEPT: REGENERATION noun
To regrow or replace with an improved version
WHAT THIS MEANS IN... BIOLOGY... -CELL RECONSTRUCTION -IMPROVE HEALTH OF BODY, MIND, AND ENVIRONMENT
SOCIETY... -NEW SUB-CULTURES -PROGRESSED IDEAS AND MINDSETS -MILLENIALS AND BABY BOOMERS ALIKE HAVE STRUCTURED SOCIETY, JUST AT DIFFERENT TIMES
THE NEXT CLINIC WILL REFLECT THE IDEA OF SEATTLEâ€™S SOCIETY BEING
REGENERATED WHILE ALSO VISUALIZING THE ACTION OF HEALTH AND WELLNESS REGENERATING IN PATIENTS. THE STRUCTURE OF THE SPACE WILL BE COMPOSED OF HARD LINES. THESE WILL SYMBOLIZE THE RIDGEDNESS AND STRENGTH THAT THE CITY OF SEATTLE ENCOMPASSES. ORGANIC FORMS WILL BE USED AS TOPICAL DESIGN ELEMENTS THROUGHOUT THE CLINIC IN VARYING FORMS. THIS IS TO REPRESENT CELL RESTRUCTURE. WHEN CELLS REGENERATE, THEY ARE SLIGHTLY ALTERED TO BE IMPROVED. ALL OF THE ORGANIC FORMS WILL BE UNIQUE AND CHANGE EVERY TIME THEY OCCUR. THESE SOFT FORMS WILL BE APPEALING TO THE BABY BOOMERS BECAUSE OF THEIR COMFORTING PROPERTIES. HOWEVER, THESE ELEMENTS WILL ALSO PEAK THE INTEREST OF ALL PATIENTS DUE TO THEIR UNIQUE AND BOLD COMPOSITIONS.
Space planning sketches were developed by taking a basic square
shape and regenerating it to different sizes. From this exercise, unique forms of circulation were developed that appear in the ďŹ nal plan.
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OPEN OFFICE SPACE
FLOOR PLAN QUIET ROOM
STAFF LEARNING ZONE
RELAXATION ROOM OFFICE
OPEN OFFICE LOCKERS
MEETING EXAM RECEPTION EXAM
Blue carpet tiles are used to
create curved organic forms on the ﬂoor that can be used as a loose form of wayﬁnding. All of the rooms that a shape passes through are ones used by the same demographic in the space. For example, the bottom shape connects the meeting/consult rooms, public learning zone, and meditation/relaxation room, all of which are available to patients and non-employees as well as the staff. The top two carpet shapes connect staff spaces like the large meeting room, ofﬁces, and staff learning zone. Both stem from the open ofﬁce / staff touch-down area.
WAITING AREA EXAM
THERAPY WAITING AREA
REFLECTED CEILING PLAN RELAXATION ROOM
LEARNING ZONE CONSULT
CONSULT WORK CAFE
CEILING HEIGHT LEGEND 6 X 6 CEILING GRID - 14’ 4”
FLAT COMPOUND CEILING - 14’ 2”
DROPPED FLAT COMPOUND CEILING - 13’ 4”
Published on Feb 28, 2018
Published on Feb 28, 2018
Hello! I am a 3rd year student at Kent State University in the College of Architecture and Environmental Design.