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SAMANTHA

MITTON

INTERIOR DESIGN PORTFOLIO


TABLE OF CONTENTS 01

REFOREST

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INVESTAR BANK

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FRANKLIN CIVIC CENTER AND MAYCI BREAUX MEMORIAL LIBARY

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SHARED SPACES: BRAINSTEM

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APÉRITIF TAPAS N’ TEQUILA BAR

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INFINITY JEWELERS

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TWO-DIMENSIONAL DESIGN

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CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS

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TECHNICAL DRAWING


OBJECTIVE The objective of this project is to design an educational facility that will serve as an orientation and educational space for individuals embarking on a service-learning trip to the Amazon Basin of South America. The facility should reflect the cultural context of the Amazon Rainforest in all public spaces, recongize the importance of education and the role of service learning, and the current and new strategies for educational spaces in the 21st century.

SOLUTION

REFOREST THE AMAZON RAINFOREST OUTREACH & RESEARCH CENTER

PROJECT DESCRIPTION LOCATION HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA TYPE EDUCATION DATE FALL 2016 AREA 3,700 SQ. FT. SOFTWARE REVIT, PHOTOSHOP, INDESIGN DURATION 3 WEEKS INDIVIDUAL PROJECT

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The built environment produces nearly half of the greenhouse gas emissions and uses 50.1% of the energy. By reducing the carbon emissions in the building sector will help to achieve carbon neutrality. Reforest will be designed to limit carbon emissions. The facility incorporates natural lighting to reduce the demand for electric lighting. The access to daylight will also contribute to stress reduction, decreased anxiety, increased attention and productivity, and the overall improvement of one’s mood (Heerwagen, Johnson, Brothers, Little, & Rosenfield, 1988). Reforest will work with the community of homestead to lower carbon emissions and reduce the raising temperatures in the Miami area. The facility will engage with nearby schools And the local university to bring together individuals who are interested in learning more about climate change issues to work on projects directly related to service learning. Service learning connects academic study to community service and is widely recognized as contributing to student learning that is deeper, longer lasting, and more portable to new situations and circumstances (Ehrlich 2007).

LOCATION This educational facility will be located in Homestead, Florida located just 30 miles south of Miami. The facility will contribute to the town by allowing the participates ongoing the service trip to educate the community on the potential threats to occur from climate change, while also encouraging the people to live in a way that doesn’t hurt the environment. The city is adjacent to two national parks, Biscayne National Park and Everglades National Park (The Official Tourism Marketing Corporation for the State of Florida, 2016). Homestead offers free public transportation to these national parks, allowing the students a direct observation of a rainforest that is suffering from similar factors as the Amazon Rainforest. The facility is located approximately 4 miles from the University of Florida’s Tropical Research and Education Center. Reforest will work alongside with the University of Florida’s Tropical Research and Education Center to reach out to the community and allow the people of Homestead the opportunity to get involved through service-learning in efforts to save the environment.

MEETING SPACE PERSPECTIVE MATERIAL SELECTION

MILLWORK

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FLOORING

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STORAGE

RESEARCH LAB

TRAINING/PRESENTATION ROOM

WOMEN’S RESTROOM

MEN’S RESTROOM

LIVING AREA DINING AREA FAMILY RESTROOM

COUNTER EXTENSION

VENDING AREA

RESOURCE AREA

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WARDROBE

DIRECTOR’S OFFICE

FURNITURE ITURE SELECTION

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GREEN WALL

FLOOR PLAN SCALE: 3/16” = 1’-0”

KITCHENETTE

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RECEPTION STATION WATER HEATER / HVAC

WAITING AREA

PRIMARY ENTRANCE

RESOURCE AREA PERSPECTIVE

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OBJECTIVE Investar Bank is a full service community bank headquartered in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. The bank was founded in 2006, with the first bank opening that year in June. Since then the company has grown from five employees to 185 employees, and now has 11 branches across Louisiana. The corporate headquarters is located on Coursey Boulevard in the Court Plaza building, The headquarters currently occupies the third floor, and recently purchased the second floor to use for expansion. The proposed area is 22,000 square feet.

design considerations NOISE

PROBLEM: Excessive noise can have a short-term effect on staff ’s productivity and motivation, which can have long-term effects on their well-being, and in turn, business revenue. SOLUTION: Create breakout areas, soundproof meeting rooms, and use materials that absorb and reduce noise in busy areas.

privacy

SOLUTION The design considers the needs and aspirations of the users, while addressing the key concerns of the employees as well. The goal is to provide a productive and flexibile work enivornment, that will enhance the employees’ experience and benfit the general well-being of the staff. The space will encourage collabration through technology by providing various areas for employees to particapte in different work-related activities such as - brainstorming, video conferencing, group meetings, and training workshops.

PROBLEM: Too much interaction and not enough privacy negatively impact employees’ creativity, productivity, engagement and wellbeing. SOLUTION: Provide design solutions that support architectural privacy based on the types of privacy activities workers engage in, rather than job complexity. Place co-workers who work together frequently close together to reduce traffic and noise that might disrupt workers involved in highly-concentrated task.

comfort

COMPUTER AREA PERSPECTIVE SITE LOCATION PROJECT DESCRIPTION LOCATION BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA TYPE CORPORATE DATE FALL 2016 AREA 22,000 SQ. FT. SOFTWARE REVIT, PHOTOSHOP, INDESIGN DURATION 2 WEEKS INDIVIDUAL PROJECT

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PROBLEM: Employees are often distracted and less productive and satisfied with their work when they have no control over their workspace. SOLUTION: Provide adjustable furniture and task lighting that employees can adjust to meet their personal needs. Increasing staff comfort and satisfaction leads to improved productivity, performance, and retention.

lighting

PROBLEM: Poor office lighting can be a safety hazard, affect quality of work and impact health. SOLUTION: Use a combination of ambient and task lighting systems, relying on task lighting to meet required illumination levels on work surfaces while keeping overall ambient lighting levels low. Provide access to daylight through use of glass and skylights.

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flexibility

PROBLEM: Workers want more work flexibility, to have the ability to decide when and where work is done. SOLUTION: Create flexibile workstations with unassigned desks and communal work areas, so workers are more likely to move around throughout the day.

MEETING ROOM PERSPECTIVE

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THE BUILDING

design considerations NOISE PROBLEM: Excessive noise can have a short-term effect on staff ’s productivity and motivation, which can have long-term effects on their well-being, and in turn, business revenue. SOLUTION: Create breakout areas, soundproof meeting rooms, and use materials that absorb and reduce noise in busy areas.

privacy

site location

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PROBLEM: Too much interaction and not enough privacy negatively impact employees’ creativity, productivity, engagement and wellbeing. SOLUTION: Provide design solutions that support architectural privacy based on the types of privacy activities workers engage in, rather than job complexity. Place co-workers who work together frequently close together to reduce traffic and noise that might disrupt workers involved in highly-concentrated task.

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comfort

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PROBLEM: Employees are often distracted and less productive and satisfied with their work when they have no control over their workspace. SOLUTION: Provide adjustable furniture and task lighting that employees can adjust to meet their personal needs. Increasing staff comfort and satisfaction leads to improved productivity, performance, and retention.

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lighting

PROBLEM: Poor office lighting can be a safety hazard, affect quality of work and impact health. SOLUTION: Use a combination of ambient and task lighting systems, relying on task lighting to meet required illumination levels on work surfaces while keeping overall ambient lighting levels low. Provide access to daylight through use of glass and skylights.

MATERIAL SELECTION

MECHANICAL

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flexibility

PROBLEM: Workers want more work flexibility, to have the ability to decide when and where work is done. SOLUTION: Create flexibile workstations with unassigned desks and communal work areas, so workers are more likely to move around throughout the day.

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A BANK RE-IMAGINED... 17

CONFERENCE ROOM

Investar Bank is a full service community bank headquartered in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. The bank was founded in 2006, with the first bank opening that year in June. Since then the company has grown from five employees to 185 employees, and now has 11 branches across Louisiana. The corporate headquarters is located on Coursey Boulevard in the Court Plaza building, The headquarters currently occupies the third floor, and recently purchased the second floor to use for expansion. The proposed area is 22,000 square feet.

ATRIUM OPEN TO BELOW

FLOOR PLAN:LEVEL 2

The design considers the needs and aspirations of the users, while addressing the key concerns of the employees as well. The goal is to provide a productive and flexibile work enivornment, that will enhance the employees’ experience and benfit the general well-being of the staff. The space will encourage collabration through technology by providing various areas for employees to particapte in different work-related activities such as - brainstorming, video conferencing, group meetings, and training workshops.

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13. Cardio/Weight Room 14. Computer Workstation 15. Lounge Area 16. Copy Room 17. Kitchen 18. Dining 19. Quiet Area 20. Open Office 21. Private Office 22. Meeting Room 23. Janitor’s Closet

1. Foyer 2. Waiting Area 3. Reception 4. Coat Room 5. Women’s Restroom 6. Men’s Restroom 7. Training Room 8. Video Conferencing 9. Casual Meeting Space 10. Men’s Locker Room 11. Women’s Locker Room 12. Yoga/Group Fitness

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1. Foyer 2. Waiting Area 3. Reception 4. Coat Room 5. Women’s Restroom 6. Men’s Restroom 7. Training Room 8. Video Conferencing 9. Casual Meeting Space 10. Men’s Locker Room 11. Women’s Locker Room 12. Yoga/Group Fitness

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colors & materials

BENJAMIN MOORE SHAKER BEIGE

BENJAMIN MOORE NAVAJO WHITE

STEELCASE MELANGE CERISE

STEELCASE CONVERGE CRYSTAL LAKE

STEELCASE BUZZ2 BLUE

LIGHT ASH WOOD

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PROJECT CONCEPT

FRANKLIN CIVIC CENTER AND MAYCI BREAUX MEMORIAL LIBRARY

Located in the heart of Franklin, Louisiana stands the new Civic Center. The building is located on Main Street, the town’s major thoroughfare, running parallel to Bayou Teche. The focus of the design was to create a space that encouraged public interaction among the citizens of the community. The building consists of three conference rooms, an art gallery, lecture hall, library, and cafe. The open floor plan invites visitors to be a part of the building’s programs, exposing them to activities that they otherwise might not experience. With its strong formal presence and engaging social spaces, the center encourages and anchors its community. The outdoor area features a multi-purpose pavilion that serves as a farmer’s market, cultural and art events. The pavilion is intended for people of Franklin to come together under one roof to learn, eat, and most importantly have fun.

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community. social. well being.

CONFERENCE

BUBBLE DIAGRAM

CONFERENCE RESTROOM

PROJECT DESCRIPTION LOCATION FRANKLIN, LOUISIANA TYPE EDUCATIONAL DATE SPRING 2016 AREA 7,760 SQ. FT. SOFTWARE REVIT, PHOTOSHOP, INDESIGN DURATION 4 WEEKS INDIVIDUAL PROJECT

CONFERENCE

LECTURE HALL

ART GALLERY PERSPECTIVE

LOBBY

SITE IMAGES STORAGE

OFFICE GALLERY

FLOOR PL AN

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BLOCKING DIAGRAM

SCALE: 3/32”=1’-0”

FLOOR PLAN

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INSPIRATION IMAGES

FURNITURE SELECTION

INTERIOR ELEVATION OUTDOOR SEATING PERSPECTIVE INTERIOR ELEVATION

WEST ELEVATION

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LECTURE HALL PERSPECTIVE

WEST EXTERIOR ELEVATION

SOUTH ELEVATION

EAST ELEVATION

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PROJECT CONCEPT

PROJECT DESCRIPTION LOCATION JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI TYPE EDUCATIONAL DATE FALL 2015 AREA 2,7594 SQ. FT. SOFTWARE REVIT, PHOTOSHOP, INDESIGN DURATION 3 WEEKS TEAM PROJECT MARIAH BURNS, ASHELY MARIONNEAUX

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As research shows, early childhood is the most formative and fundamental time in a person’s life. The years spent in school as a child set the foundation and shape the way a person experiences the world for the rest of their lives. Jackson, the largest city in Mississippi, unfortunately does not have the resources to ensure that children are receiving the best possible early education. For this reason, we feel that Jackson would greatly benefit from Brainstem, an Early Childhood Development Center. In this center, interior design professionals, interior design students from the local university, and other industry professionals will meet with teachers, school officials, and other professionals involved in early education to ensure that the environments we are creating for students will be a safe, stimulating, and functional space for these students to learn and grow. In addition to studios, collaboration space, and presentation space, this center will

house a mock classroom as the core of the space for further research where children can interact with each other and be observed to determine the most important type of spaces to cultivate learning. According to an article in School Planning and Management, colors best suitable for learning environments are cool colors like blues, greens, and purples because they create calmness, happiness, relaxation, and comfort. In Brainstem, we will use interactive graphics, varying textures, and colors conducive to learning to inspire and stimulate students and to illustrate to professionals the effectiveness of design and the importance of the connection between the design community and the benefit this collaboration will have on childhood education. The Early Childhood Development Center will provide Jackson, Mississippi with the tools necessary to improve childhood education.

CONCEPT IMAGES

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FURNISHING SELECTION

“stem” suspended ceiling element ceiling element that mimics the shape of the brain stem, traveling throughout the first level, linking spaces and creating visual interest.

“break out” space

shared spaces:

BRAINstem

bar height surfaces to work on individual or collaborative designs informally.

community outreach and education center

CONCEPT C As research shows, early childhood is the most formative and fundamental time in a person’s life. The years spent in school as a child set the foundation and shape the way a person experiences the world for the rest of their lives Willen 2012). Jackson, the largest city in Mississippi, unfortunately does not have the resources to ensure that children are receiving the best possible early education. For this reason, we feel that Jackson would greatly benefit from Brainstem, an Early Childhood Development Center. In this center, interior design professionals, interior design students from the local university, and other industry professionals will meet with teachers, school officials, and other professionals involved in early education to ensure that the environments we are creating for students will be a safe, stimulating, and functional space for these students to learn and grow. In addition to studios, collaboration space, and presentation space, this center will house a mock classroom as the core of the space for further research where children can interact with each other and be observed to determine the most important type of spaces to cultivate learning. According to an article in School Planning and Management, colors best suitable for learning environments are cool colors like blues, greens, and purples because they create “calmness, happiness, relaxation, and comfort” (2009). In Brainstem, we will use interactive graphics, varying textures, and colors conducive to learning to inspire and stimulate students and to illustrate to professionals the effectiveness of design and the importance of the connection between the design community and the benefit this collaboration will have on childhood education. The Early Childhood Development Center will provide Jackson, Mississippi with the tools necessary to improve childhood education.

sliding partition walls observation area

Willen, L. (2012, July 27). Mississippi learning: Why the state's students start behind — and stay behind. In TIME. Retrieved from http://content.time.com/time/nation/article/0,8599,2120539,00.html Colors in the classroom learning environment – color your world. (2009, July). In School Planning and Management. Retrieved from https://smithsystem.com/ resource-library/article-library/color-world/

colored glass walls that slide to create visual interest and provide privacy to mock classroom

balcony for design team to observe children in a classroom setting.

STUDIO / COMMUNITY LEARN SPACE FOR PROFESSIONAL DESIGNERS, INTERIOR DESIGN STUDENTS, LOCAL HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS, AND EDUCATION PROFESSIONALS TO COLLABORATE ON EARLY EDUCATION DESIGN.

pin up area space for design team to post progress on projects.

SITE ANALYSIS

Jackson, Mississippi is among the worst in the country as far as early childhood education and development. This lack of early education leads to developmental issues and lowered success rates for students. Research states that Mississippi has the “highest rate of childhood poverty in the country and test scores are consistently among the nation’s worst” (Willen 2012). Research from the Center for Public Education proves that the earlier a child is in a positive school environment, the more successful they will be and the more likely they are to adjust to a school setting (2007). Because childhood years are the most impressionable and yield insurmountable physical and psychological growth (Lohmann 2014), Mississippi, and the capital Jackson in particular will benefit from having an Early Childhood Education Center in a central location. Interior design students from local colleges like Mississippi College and Mississippi State University will collaborate with local high school students interested in design, as well as local design professionals to help early education school officials develop intuitive, innovative, and inspirational spaces for young students to learn.

MISSISSIPPI COLLEGE MISSISSIPPI STATE UNIVERSITY MURRAH HIGH SCHOOL WINGFIELD HIGH SCHOOL LANIER HIGH SCHOOL CALLAWAY HIGH SCHOOL

JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI

Willen, L. (2012, July 27). Mississippi learning: Why the state's students start behind — and stay behind. In TIME. Retrieved from http://content.time.com/time/nation/article/0,8599,2120539,00.html Pre-kindergarten: What the research shows. (2007, March). In Center for Public Education. Retrieved from http://www.centerforpubliceducation.org/Main-Menu/Pre-kindergarten/Pre-Kindergarten/Pre-kindergartenWhat-the-research-shows.html Lohmann, R. C. (2014, August 11). The impressionable years. In Psychology Today. Retrieved from https://www. psychologytoday.com/blog/teen-angst/201408/the-impressionable-years

SITE ANALYSIS

resource library space for researching design projects.

LEVEL ONE PLAN COMMUNITY LEARN MOCK CLASSROOM FOR CHILDREN TO INTERACT WITH DESIGN AND EACH OTHER.

COMMUNITY GREET ENTRY, WAITING AREA. WITH “WHEN I GROW UP” WALL TO INSPIRE AND ENCOURAGE CHILDREN.

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collaboration chairs for informal meeting space.

COMMUNITY MEET SPACE FOR FORMAL OR INFORMAL MEETINGS.

COMMUNITY MEET INFORMAL SPACE FOR COLLABORATION

STEELCASE node student seating in mock classroom area with swivel work surface and basket for book bag.

COMMUNITY MEET “BREAK OUT” SPACE FOR INDIVIDUAL COMPUTER WORK.

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coalesse ripple

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RESOURCE LIBRARY

visually interesting bench seating for 2nd level observation space.

OPEN TO MOCK CLASSROOM BELOW

SPACE FOR RESEARCHING DESIGN PROJECTS.

OBSERVATION AREA

BALCONY FOR DESIGN TEAM TO OBSERVE CHILDREN IN A CLASSROOM SETTING.

SUPPORT SPACE SPACE FOR FLEXIBLE, MULTI PERSON OFFICES.

children’s table and chair cube nesting children’s desk and chair for small group work in mock classroom.

coalesse denizen table bar height studio tables for team collaboration.

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SPACE FOR PROFESSIONAL DESIGNERS, INTERIOR DESIGN STUDENTS, LOCAL HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS, AND EDUCATION PROFESSIONALS TO COLLABORATE ON EARLY EDUCATION DESIGN.

COMPUTERS FOR RENDERING AND OTHER DIGITAL DESIGN WORK.

BOARD LAYOUT

clarus mobile board Mobile boards for drawing, pinning work, projecting and presenting.

Jackson, Mississippi is among the worst in the country as far as early childhood education and development. This lack of early education leads to developmental issues and lowered success rates for students. Research states that Mississippi has the “highest rate of childhood poverty in the country and test scores are consistently among the nation’s worst” (Willen 2012). Research from the Center for Public Education proves that the earlier a child is in a positive school environment, the more successful they will be and the more likely they are to adjust to a school setting (2007). Because childhood years are the most impressionable and yield insurmountable physical and psychological growth (Lohmann 2014), Mississippi, and the capital Jackson in particular will benefit from having an Early Childhood Education Center in a central location. Interior design students from local colleges like Mississippi College and Mississippi State University will collaborate with local high school students interested in design, as well as local design professionals to help early education school officials develop intuitive, innovative, and inspirational spaces for young students to learn.

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CONCEPT IMAGES EMPLOYEE RESTROOMS

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TAPAS N' TEQUILA

Inspired by the Art Deco architecture of Louisiana and the distinctive details of the Modern Design, the interior of the newly renovated restaurant located on 400 North Boulevard and Saint Ferdinand St. draws from the local heritage of the past and multi-cultural offerings of the present.

STORAGE AREA KITCHEN

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SITE MAP

EMPLOYEE RESTROOMS

TEQUILA N’ TAPAS BAR PROJECT DESCRIPTION LOCATION BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA TYPE HOSPITALITY DATE FALL 2015 AREA 16,484 SQ. FT. SOFTWARE REVIT, PHOTOSHOP, INDESIGN DURATION 4 WEEKS INDIVIDUAL PROJECT

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Inspired by the Art Deco architecture of Louisiana and the distinctive details of the Modern Design, the interior of the newly renovated restaurant located on 400 North Boulevard and Saint Ferdinand St. draws from the local heritage of the past and multi-cultural offerings of the present. Ribbon windows, glass storefront system, and variation in texture with brick and stucco reference the characteristics of the Art Deco period while organic textures mixed with splashes of colors, consisting of bright yellows, fiery reds and cool blues bring the western pueblo spirit to life. Latin artwork, residential-style lighting, Spanish tile walls, guacamole bar, tequila displays, Spanish furniture-inspired custom furnishings and millwork are the new features that will be incorporated into the Spanish tapas restaurant. The restaurant has two major target users for different times of the day. During the lunch hours, the projected clients will be business

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WAITING AREA

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workers who are looking to have a nice affordable meal with colleagues. For dinner time, the projected clients will be families who are looking for a fun atmosphere to relax after a hard working day and enjoy quality time with their loved ones. The restaurant will also have private dining areas that will allow for private business meetings, birthday gatherings and other big parties to be held. The main dining area and private dining area will be separated by a gas-lit fireplace. On the upper level is a reception and lounge area for guests that are wanting a more intimate area away from the restaurant scene. Guests can enjoy drinks and appetizers inthis area. The overall design decisions made in this restaurant are driven to make food an unforgettable experience; an experience that can be found in the warmth of one’s home gathered around the dining room table with friends and family, an experience that is like no other.

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INFINITY JEWELERS PROJECT DESCRIPTION LOCATION ROSEDALE, ILLINOIS TYPE RETAIL DATE SPRING 2015 AREA 2,754 SQ. FT. SOFTWARE REVIT, PHOTOSHOP, INDESIGN, WATERCOLOR DURATION 2 WEEKS INDIVIDUAL PROJECT

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PROJECT CONCEPT The object of this design is to create a warm, welcoming and modern concept for a jewelry store that will establish loyalty and boost the store’s total sales. Inspired by the use of geometric shapes; using triangles and rectangles combined together to create geometric shapes purposes the feeling of comfort, peace and security for the customers. The concept of the design is to generate a modern scheme motivating a sense of relief and reassurance not weight and congestion. Display components to hold some of the jewelry creates a one on one interaction between the shopper and merchandise for a memorable encounter. The clean and elegant lines of the furniture are soothed by the use of vivid, contemporary materials to develop a pleasant, engaging encounter. By displaying

the higher-demand merchandise at the shopper’s eye level and placing the products in lower demand below or above the higherdemand merchandise promotes for a higher amount of sales. Using yellows and purples throughout the space will produce an uplifting and warm effect on the customers to allow for their overall shopping experience to be relaxed and not overwhelming. Expressing the friendly and inviting approach of the modern and upscale retailer, inFINITY Jewelers redefines the grandeur shopping experience. The overall outcome is an atmosphere that makes a bold statement in the display of jewelry and other merchandise while also maintaining a smooth transition from counter to counter for every type of customer.

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FLOOR PLAN 1 RETAIL 2 CASH WRAP 3 MANAGER’S OFFICE 4 CHECK OUT & GIFT WRAP STATION 5 COFFEE & TEA BAR 6 LOUNGE SEATING 7 PUBLIC RESTROOM

8 EMPLOYEE RESTROOM 9 SHIPPING COUNTER 10 BREAK AREA 11 STOCK SHELVING 12 JEWERLY CLEANING & REPAIR WORKSTATION 13 VAULT

CONCEPT IMAGES

22


LIGHTING SELECTION

SALES FLOOR PERSPECTIVE

CASH WRAP PERSPECTIVE

MATERIAL SELECTION

REFLECTED CEILING PLAN DISPLAY CASE SELECTION NORTH SECTION

23

EAST SECTION

24


25

TWO-DIMENSIONAL DESIGN 26


MODEL, NAME & COLOR

CPT-1

RB-1

PT-3

PT-3

PT-3

PT-3

PT-8

N/A

PT-4

SHERWIN WILLIAMS

SW 9027, PALE MOSS

143-C2

104

POTTERY STUDIO ROOM

LVT-1

RB-1

PT-5

PT-5

PT-5

PT-5

PT-8

N/A

PT-5

SHERWIN WILLIAMS

SW 6723, JARDIN

151-C2

105

POTTERY STORAGE ROOM

LVT-1

VB-1

PT-5

PT-5

PT-5

PT-5

PT-8

N/A

PT-6

SHERWIN WILLIAMS

SW 9168, ELEPHANT EAR

241-C4

SHERWIN WILLIAMS

SW 9180, AGED WHITE

106

MANAGER'S OFFICE

107

RECEPTION AREA

200

ENTRY FOYER

CPT-1 CPT-1 LVT-1 LVT-1

VB-1

PT-3

PT-2

VWC-1

PT-2

N/A

PT-8

N/A

PT-6

PT-6

PT-6

PT-6

PT-10

N/A

VB-1

PT-6

PT-6

PT-6

PT-6

PT-10

N/A

VB-1

PT-4

PT-4

PT-3

PT-4

PT-3

PT-4

PT-8

PT-9

N/A

N/A

VWC-1

N/A

VWC-2

MDC

ST-1

SHERWIN WILLIAMS

ST-2

MINWAX

T-2

DATILE

COMMON AREA DOUBLE STALL BATHROOM

203

STUDENT BEDROOM NO. 4

CPT-2

RB-1

PT-1

PT-1

PT-1

PT-1

PT-10

204

STUDENT BEDROOM NO. 3

CPT-2

RB-1

PT-1

PT-1

PT-1

PT-1

PT-10

N/A

205

RESIDENT ASSISTANT BEDROOM

CPT-2

RB-1

PT-1

PT-1

PT-1

PT-1

PT-10

N/A

T-1

PT-7

PT-3

VB-1 VB-1

201 202

206

ELECTRIC WHEELCHAIR CHARGING ROOM

LVT-1

RB-1

PT-7

PT-7

PT-7

PT-7

PT-10

N/A

207

STUDENT BEDROOM NO. 1

CPT-2

RB-1

PT-1

PT-1

PT-1

PT-1

PT-10

N/A

208

STUDENT BEDROOM NO. 2

CPT-2

RB-1

PT-1

PT-1

PT-1

PT-1

PT-10

N/A

PT-11

COALESSE

PT-12

COALESSE

PT-13

BEHR DESIGNTEX

T-2

DATILE

PL ST LVT WF

BENTLEY

CPT-2

G

PLASTIC LAMINATE

WP

STAIN LUXURY VINYL TILE WOOD FINISH

GROUT CHAIR RAIL CROWN MOLDING

SHAW

LVT-1

ARMSTRONG

T-1

AMERICAN OLEAN

VB-1

WOOD PANEL

CR CM

261-C4

4138 GRAPHITE GLOSS 8040 ALUMINUM MATTE POLISHED BWC-01 SIMPLY WHITE AKOYA, 6554-202, GOLDENROD

52" WIDTH, POLYESTER BACKING, TYPE II CLASSIFICATION

BOARDWALK, MRE1288, BLUE CARGO

54" WIDTH, OSNABURG BACKING, TYPE II CLASSIFICATION

JOHNSONITE

RB-1

ROPPE

AFFINITY, AFO2, BEIGE

12" X 24" GLAZED CERAMIC WALL FIELD TILE

EURO MODERN LOOP, 880231, SCHEMATIC

24" X 24" TILE

CARESS, CCS31, STONE

12' WIDTH

NATURAL CREATIONS ARBORART, TP042, NOUVEAU MAPLE HONEY

24" x 24" TILE

SHADOW BAY, SH5118181P6, BEACH SAND

11-13/16" x 11-13/16" TILE

TRADITIONAL WALL BASE, 24, GREY HAZE

0.125" THICKNESS, 4" HEIGHT

PINNACLE RUBBER WALL BASE, 632, FLAX

STANDARD COVE, 1/8" GAUGE, 3" HEIGHT

WOOD TRIM, LAMINATES & VENEERS V2AW WALNUT

RUBBER WALL BASE

QT

QUARY TILE

WF-1

COALESSE

EXISTING TO REMAIN

CPT

CARPET

WF-2

MARSHFIELD

ENVIROCLAD UV ROTARY NATURAL BIRCH ESPRESSO

SEALED CONCRETE

WF

WOOD FLOOR

WF-3

MARSHFIELD

SIGNATURE SERIES RED OAK, MEDIUM CLEAR

SOLID SURFACE

T

TILE

VINYL WALL COVERING

PT

PAINT

VINYL WALL BASE

SOLID SURFACE SS-1

FORMICA

SOLID SURFACING LUNA FOSSIL 774

CEILINGS

1'-5"

3'-7"

2'-31 4" TYP.

WATERBORNE CEILING PAINT BASE 1, ULTRA FLAT WHITE

5081X

BENJAMIN MOORE

FLAT LATEX CEILING PAINT, WHITE

K25801

BENJAMIN MOORE

REGAL PREMIUM INTERIOR 100% ACRYLIC MATTE FINISH, AF-75, REFINED

W221

STUDENT BEDROOM NO. 1 149 SQ FT / 16 SQ YDS 207

91 2"

1'-3"

101 4"

53 4" 51 2" TYP.

2'-31 2"

A

9"

2'-4"

93 4" TYP.

B

81 4" TYP.

2'-0"

C

D

E

F

G

FURNITURE LEGEND

D

POTTERY STUDIO ROOM 390 SQ FT / 43 SQ YDS 104

15

D 16

FLUE

POTTERY STORAGE ROOM 118 SQ FT / 13 SQ YDS 105

STUDENT BEDROOM NO. 2 144 SQ FT / 16 SQ YDS 208

ELECTRIC W.C. CHARGING ROOM 40 SQ FT/ 4 SQ YDS 206

D 5

D

A

A

14

D 6 D

MANAGER'S OFFICE 149 SQ FT / 16 SQ YDS. 106

RESIDENT ASSISTANT BEDROOM 142 SQ FT / 15 SQ YDS. 205

4

D 13

BOOK STORAGE ROOM 165 SQ FT / 18 SQ YDS 103

MARK

MANUFACTURER

DESCRIPTION

TYPE

WIDTH

FINISH

NOTES

D-1

Jeld-Wen

Steel Exterior Door 1 Panel V-Groove 1/2" View; CT-24-684

E

36"

84"

1-3/4"

Steel

Rain Textured Glass

ST-1

N/A

D-2

Jeld-Wen

Authentic Wood Glass Panel Exterior Door; 5112

G

36"

84"

1-3/4"

Wood

Clear Beveled Glass - Privacy Rating 1

ST-2

N/A

THESE DRAWINGS ARE THE PROPERTY OF COMMERCIAL DESIGN INTERIORS, LLC AND ARE NOT TO BE REPRODUCED IN WHOLE OR IN PART. THEY ARE ONLY TO BE USED FOR THE PROJECT AND SITE SPECIFICALLY IDENTIFIED HEREIN. SCALES STATED HEREON ARE VALID ON THE ORIGINAL DRAWINGS ONLY. CONTRACTOR SHALL CAREFULLY REVIEW ALL DIMENSIONS AND CONDITIONS SHOWN AND REPORT TO THE DESIGNER ANY ERRORS, INCONSISTENCIES, OR OMISSIONS DISCOVERED. THESE PLANS WERE PREPARED IN THIS OFFICE UNDER OUR PERSONAL SUPERVISION AND TO THE BEST OF OUR KNOWLEDGE COMPLY WITH STATE AND LOCAL CODES.

HEIGHT THICKNESS

MATERIAL

GLAZING

D-3

Marshfield

Carte Blanche™ MDF Solid Panel Door; CB601

B

36"

84"

1-3/4"

Medium Density Fiberboard

N/A

PT-13

N/A

D-4

Marshfield

Carte Blanche™ MDF Solid Panel Door; CB601

B

36"

84"

1-3/4"

Medium Density Fiberboard

N/A

PT-13

N/A

Marshfield

Impressions™ Fire-Resistant Composite Core Door; DFM-90

A

36"

84"

1-3/4"

Birch

N/A

WF-2

N/A

D-6

Jeld-Wen

Authentic Wood Glass Panel Exterior Door; 5112

G

36"

84"

1-3/4"

Wood

Clear Beveled Glass - Privacy Rating 1

ST-2

N/A

D-7

Marshfield

Carte Blanche™ MDF Solid Panel Door; CB202

D

36"

84"

1-3/4"

Medium Density Fiberboard

N/A

PT-13

N/A

Authentic Wood Glass Panel Exterior Door; 5112

G

36"

84"

1-3/4"

Wood

Clear Beveled Glass - Privacy Rating 1

ST-2

N/A

D-9

Jeld-Wen

Steel Exterior Door 1 Panel V-Groove 1/2" View; CT-24-684

E

36"

84"

1-3/4"

Steel

Rain Textured Glass

ST-1

N/A

D-10

Marshfield

Impressions™ Fire-Resistant Composite Core Door; DFM-90

A

36"

84"

1-3/4"

Birch

N/A

WF-2

N/A

D-11

C

36"

84"

1-3/4"

C

36"

84"

1-3/4"

C

36"

84"

D-8

5

ALLSTEEL TAKE 5 MULTI-PURPOSE CHAIR COLAESSE THOUGHTFUL LOUNGE CHAIR

F-4

KNOLL PS SIDE TABLE

F-5

COLAESSE THOUGHTFUL LOUNGE SOFA

F-6

COLAESSE DENIZEN TRAINING AND MULTIPURPOSE TABLE

F-7

ALLSTEEL VIEW MEDIA UNIT

D

FRAMED WATERCOLORS

F7

D 21

Jeld-Wen

STORAGE CABINET

Marshfield

SonaShield™ Acoustic Rated Door-STC Rating of 33-35, EHDPC

D-12

Marshfield

SonaShield™ Acoustic Rated Door-STC Rating of 33-35, EHDPC

D-13

Marshfield

SonaShield™ Acoustic Rated Door-STC Rating of 33-35, EHDPC

Oak

N/A

WF-3

Round Slat Wood Louvers - 12" H x 24" W; Peephole - 43" A.F.F and 60" A.F.F

Oak

N/A

WF-3

Round Slat Wood Louvers - 12" H x 24" W; Peephole - 43" A.F.F and 60" A.F.F

1-3/4"

Oak

N/A

WF-3

Round Slat Wood Louvers - 12" H x 24" W; Peephole - 43" A.F.F and 60" A.F.F

D-14

Marshfield

Carte Blanche™ Stile & Rail Bi-Fold Door; CBPN401

F

36"

84"

1-3/4"

Medium Density Fiberboard

N/A

PT-13

N/A

Marshfield

SonaShield™ Acoustic Rated Door-STC Rating of 33-35, EHDPC

C

36"

84"

1-3/4"

Oak

N/A

WF-3

Round Slat Wood Louvers - 12" H x 24" W; Peephole - 43" A.F.F and 60" A.F.F

D-16

Marshfield

SonaShield™ Acoustic Rated Door-STC Rating of 33-35, EHDPC

C

36"

84"

1-3/4"

Oak

N/A

WF-3

Round Slat Wood Louvers - 12" H x 24" W; Peephole - 43" A.F.F and 60" A.F.F

D-17

Marshfield

Carte Blanche™ MDF Solid Panel Door; CB202

D

36"

84"

1-3/4"

Medium Density Fiberboard

N/A

PT-13

N/A

D-18

Marshfield

Carte Blanche™ Stile & Rail Bi-Fold Door; CBPN401

F

36"

84"

1-3/4"

Medium Density Fiberboard

N/A

PT-13

N/A

D-19

Marshfield

Carte Blanche™ Stile & Rail Bi-Fold Door; CBPN401

F

36"

84"

1-3/4"

Medium Density Fiberboard

N/A

PT-13

N/A

D-20

Marshfield

Impressions™ Fire-Resistant Composite Core Door; DFM-90

C

36"

84"

1-3/4"

Birch

N/A

WF-2

N/A

D-21

Marshfield

Carte Blanche™ MDF Solid Panel Door; CB202

D

36"

84"

1-3/4"

Medium Density Fiberboard

N/A

PT-13

N/A

D

D

12

17

DOUBLE STALL BATHROOM 317 SQ FT / 35 SQ YDS 202

6

D

ID4.0 / 1

FRAMED WATERCOLORS ACCESSIBLE SPACE TYP.

STUDENT BEDROOM NO. 4 141 SQ FT / 15 SQ YDS 203

D

COMMON AREA 340 SQ FT / 37 SQ YDS 201

D

READING AREA 195 SQ FT / 22 SQ YDS 101

F2

11

F2

D

UP THESE DRAWINGS ARE THE PROPERTY OF COMMERCIAL DESIGN INTERIORS, LLC AND ARE NOT TO BE REPRODUCED IN WHOLE OR IN PART. THEY ARE ONLY TO BE USED FOR THE PROJECT AND SITE SPECIFICALLY IDENTIFIED HEREIN.

THESE DRAWINGS ARE THE PROPERTY OF COMMERCIAL DESIGN INTERIORS, LLC AND ARE NOT TO BE REPRODUCED IN WHOLE OR IN PART. THEY ARE ONLY TO BE USED FOR THE PROJECT AND SITE SPECIFICALLY IDENTIFIED HEREIN.

CASED OPENING STAIRS

CLOSET 8

ENTRY FOYER 99 SQ FT / 11 SQ YDS 200

THESE PLANS WERE PREPARED IN THIS OFFICE UNDER OUR PERSONAL SUPERVISION AND TO THE BEST OF OUR KNOWLEDGE COMPLY WITH STATE AND LOCAL CODES.

DATE: 5 / 3 / 2016 FILE: EASTERN ACADEMY CAD

SCALE: AS NOTED

SCALE: AS NOTED

DB: SAMANTHA MITTON

DB: SAMANTHA MITTON

CB: M. EDMONDS

CB: M. EDMONDS SHEET:

D 9

UP

18

D

RAMP

2

F2

WALL MTD WHITEBOARD / PROJECT SCREEN CABINET

THESE DRAWINGS ARE THE PROPERTY OF COMMERCIAL DESIGN INTERIORS, LLC AND ARE NOT TO BE REPRODUCED IN WHOLE OR IN PART. THEY ARE ONLY TO BE USED FOR THE PROJECT AND SITE SPECIFICALLY IDENTIFIED HEREIN. SCALES STATED HEREON ARE VALID ON THE ORIGINAL DRAWINGS ONLY. CONTRACTOR SHALL CAREFULLY REVIEW ALL DIMENSIONS AND CONDITIONS SHOWN AND REPORT TO THE DESIGNER ANY ERRORS, INCONSISTENCIES, OR OMISSIONS DISCOVERED. THESE PLANS WERE PREPARED IN THIS OFFICE UNDER OUR PERSONAL SUPERVISION AND TO THE BEST OF OUR KNOWLEDGE COMPLY WITH STATE AND LOCAL CODES.

LINEN CLOSET

19

SYMBOL

MARK

DESCRIPTION

N/A

EXTERIOR WALL

A

1

F2

EQUIPMENT STORAGE CART

THESE PLANS WERE PREPARED IN THIS OFFICE UNDER OUR PERSONAL SUPERVISION AND TO THE BEST OF OUR KNOWLEDGE COMPLY WITH STATE AND LOCAL CODES.

WALL TYPE LEGEND

id1.1

ID5.0 / 1 F2

SCALES STATED HEREON ARE VALID ON THE ORIGINAL DRAWINGS ONLY. CONTRACTOR SHALL CAREFULLY REVIEW ALL DIMENSIONS AND CONDITIONS SHOWN AND REPORT TO THE DESIGNER ANY ERRORS, INCONSISTENCIES, OR OMISSIONS DISCOVERED.

D

D

F2

F6

10

BOOK DISPLAY AREA 417 SQ FT / 46 SQ YDS 100

SCALES STATED HEREON ARE VALID ON THE ORIGINAL DRAWINGS ONLY. CONTRACTOR SHALL CAREFULLY REVIEW ALL DIMENSIONS AND CONDITIONS SHOWN AND REPORT TO THE DESIGNER ANY ERRORS, INCONSISTENCIES, OR OMISSIONS DISCOVERED.

FILE: EASTERN ACADEMY CAD

id1.0

F4

B

7

DATE: 5 / 3 / 2016

SHEET:

F3

F4 F5

B

2

D-15

F3

PUBLIC BATHROOM 65 SQ FT / 7 SQ YDS 102

B

27

KNOLL LIFE ERGONOMIC DESK CHAIR

F-3

20

STUDENT BEDROOM NO. 3 156 SQ FT / 17 SQ YDS 204

SALES COUNTER

1

4

F-1 F-2

F1

MATERIA P TRAD MODELNUMB RODUCT ENALM E ER

D

3

MARK DESCRIPTION

MASK COLLECTION

EXISTING PLUMBING WALL

S-INKS TOCCA K T3346AINLESS T4A STEEL

D-5

2

DN

3

RECEPTION AREA 95 SQ FT / 10 SQ YDS 107

DOOR SCHEDULE

1

BY:

1

111 4" TYP.

53 4"

1'-93 4"

1'-73 4"

1'-4"

D

BENJAMIN MOORE

PT-9 PT-10

PT-8

3'-31 2"

3'-5" 1'-53 4" TYP.

7"

2" X 2" GLAZED CERAMIC MOSAIC

SC

VB

3'-61 4" 4'-51 2"

7" 51 2"

AFFINITY, AFO2, BEIGE

RB

SS

4"

41 4"

5'-101 2"

WOOD FINISH HONEY 272

ETR

VWC

1'-91 4"

91 2"

EXTERIOR SEMI-TRANSPARENT STAIN, SW 3524 CHESTNUT

FLOORS AND BASE CPT-1

FINISH KEY MARK DESCRIPTION

1

2'-1"

GATEHOUSE 0.6" 160-DEGREE SATIN NICKEL ENTRY DOOR VIEWER, ITEM #308868

41 2" 81 2"

REVISIONS:

BOOK STORAGE ROOM

ISSUE FOR:

249-C7

DATE:

249-C5

SW 7041, VAN DYKE BROWN

REVISIONS:

SW 7039, VIRTUAL TAUPE

SHERWIN WILLIAMS

402 DESIGN BUILDING - BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA 70803 PHONE: 225-578-8422 - FAX: 225-578-8457

225-C7

SHERWIN WILLIAMS

PT-3

ISSUE FOR:

SW 7671, ON THE ROCKS

PT-2

N/A

DATE:

SHERWIN WILLIAMS

N/A

PT-9

REVISIONS:

PT-1

PT-8

PT-4

402 DESIGN BUILDING - BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA 70803 PHONE: 225-578-8422 - FAX: 225-578-8457

N/A

PT-2

PT-4

ISSUE FOR:

PT-8

PT-2

PT-4

DATE:

PT-2

VWC-1

PT-4

REVISIONS:

N/A

N/A

VB-1

402 DESIGN BUILDING - BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA 70803 PHONE: 225-578-8422 - FAX: 225-578-8457

PT-2

VB-1

T-1

ISSUE FOR:

VB-1

CPT-1

PUBLIC BATHROOM

103

BY:

SIZE & SPEC

CPT-1

READING AREA

DATE:

MARK MANUFACTURER WALLS

BOOK DISPLAY AREA

101 102

N/A

BY:

BY:

FINISH LEGEND WALL FINISH FLOOR BASE CEILING NOTES FINISH FINISH NORTH EAST SOUTH WEST FINISH

NAME

100

402 DESIGN BUILDING - BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA 70803 PHONE: 225-578-8422 - FAX: 225-578-8457

ROOM SCHEDULE RM #

RE: 1/ID 1.0

DATE: 5 / 3 / 2016

DATE: 5 / 3 / 2016

FILE: EASTERN ACADEMY CAD

FILE: EASTERN ACADEMY CAD

SCALE: AS NOTED DB: SAMANTHA MITTON CB: M. EDMONDS SHEET:

id2.0

3

SCALE: AS NOTED DB: SAMANTHA MITTON CB: M. EDMONDS SHEET:

id2.3

RE: 2/ID 1.0

C

RE 3/ID 1.0

D

RE: 4/ID 1.0

E

RE: 5/ID 1.0

F

RE: 6/ID 1.0

CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS 28


BY:

BY:

BY:

BY:

5 id5.0 8 id5.0

7 id5.0

6 id5.0

5'-01 2" (TYP.)

Surface-mounted fixture, low-voltage incandescent lamp GWB CEILING @ 9'-0" AFF

Surface mounted track fixture, low-voltage incandescent lamp

3'-61 2" 2'-43 4"

4'-51 4"

Surface-mounted fixture, compact fluorescent lamp

1'-81 4"

3'-21 4"

2'-43 4" (TYP.)

2'-63 4"

Surface mounted fixture, fluorescent lamp

2'-0"

1'-10"

Recessed fixture, incandescent lamp

GWB CEILING @ 9'-0" AFF

83 4"

Recessed sloped ceiling fixture, incandescent lamp

GWB CEILING @ 9'-0" AFF 2'-6"

2'-01 4"

2'-43 4"

Recessed wet label fixture, incandescent lamp

12'-31 4"

3'-9" 3'-51 4"

Recessed wall washer, incandescent lamp

4'-23 4"

GWB CEILING @ 9'-0" AFF

1'-5"

3'-5"

1'-11 2"

1'-83 4"

113 4"

Recessed fixture, low-voltage incandescent lamp

9'-51 2"

5'-91 2"

Recessed wall washer, low-voltage incandescent lamp 43 4"

2'-1"

Recessed floor mounted fixture, low-voltage incandescent lamp 2'-6"

220-volt dedicated outlet Telephone outlet 2'-61 2"

Data outlet

1'-01 2"

Voice / data outlet Security card reader

2'-01 2"

Wall Clock outlet

1'-93 4"

1'-21 4"

Floor duplex outlet LOUNGE

BATHROOM

Floor quadruplex outlet Floor telephone outlet

48" AFF

Recessed fixture, compact fluorescent lamp Recessed wall washer, compact fluorescent lamp

1'-33 4"

TRADEN MATE PRODU RICT AL AME

6

2'-6"

T2

BOBRICK® SURFACE-MOUNTED MULTI-ROLL TOLIET TISSUE DISPENSER ITEM NO. B-2888

MOTDEL TRA MA PRO DE ERI DUCT NAME NUMBER AL

2'-111 2"

3'-3"

MOTE TRA PRODU MA DE DERI LNUMBER NA CT ALME

ISSUE FOR:

SS-1

3 id5.0

MODEL TRADEN PRODU MATE RICT NUMBER AL AME

T3

6"

3'-11"

8" 2'-11"

2'-10"

2'-6"

1'-1"

MODEL NUMB ER

MATERNAME TRADE PRODU IA CTL

1'-8"

5'-0"

MOTE TRA MA PRODUCT DE DENA RIAL LNUMBER ME

T RADE P M RODUCT ODELNAME ATERI NUMBE AL R

2'-3"

2

2 id5.0

BRADLEYTM LAVATORY-MOUNTED SOAP DISPENSER MODEL NO. 6326

1'-8"

1

2" GROMMET

DATE:

4 id5.0

3'-11" 61 4"

1'-0"

9"

9"

3

41 2"

VB-1 TYP.

CARTE BLANCHE™ MDF SOLID PANEL DOOR; CB202 TYP.

®

BOBRICK RECESSED PAPER TOWEL DISPENSER AND WASTE RECEPTACLE ITEM NO. B-369 6'-53 4"

Floor data outlet

1'-8"

MODEL NUMBER

MAODUCT PR TERIAL

KOHLER® FAIRFAX FAUCET ITEM NO. K-12183 KOHLER® TRESHAM DROP-IN BATHROOM SINK ITEM NO. K-2991-1

MODELNUM MA TRADENAME PRODUCT TERIAL BER

Dedicated circuit outlet

ELEVATOR

PELLA DESIGNER SERIES DOUBLE-HUNG WINDOW

2'-1" MO DELNUMB ER

MA P TR RO ADENAME TERIAL DUCT

TR ADENAME MO DELNUMBE R

KOHLER® PURIST ADA GRAB BARS ITEM NO. K-11890

3'-3"

Duplex outlet with GFI (ground fault interrupter) COMPUTER WORK AREA

VESTIBULE

HADRIAN® STANDARD - SOLID PLASTIC TOILET PARTITIONS

5

Single outlet Duplex outlet Quadruplex outlet

AREA OF REFUGE

ISSUE FOR:

ISSUE FOR: DATE: 3'-101 4"

4'-51 2"

1'-11 4"

SYMBOLS

2'-113 4"

1'-71 2"

Surface mounted fixture on emergency power, incandescent lamp

DATE:

ISSUE FOR:

ELECTRICAL LEGEND DN

Surface mounted wet label fixture, incandescent lamp

®

REVISIONS:

Surface-mounted fixture, incandescent lamp

FEISS® LIGHT VANITY ITEM NO. VS23302SN/CH AMERICAN STANDARD PORTSMOUTH® MIRROR ITEM NO. 9210.101

TOTO® FLUSHOMETER ADA TOILET ITEM NO. CT705ELN(G)

Floor voice/data outlet

402 DESIGN BUILDING - BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA 70803 PHONE: 225-578-8422 - FAX: 225-578-8457

Ceiling

CHROME SHOWER CURTAIN ROD KOHLER® ANTIQUE BATH & SHOWER TRIM SET ITEM NO. K-T130

4"

REVISIONS:

Wall

REVISIONS:

3'-9" (TYP.)

3'-61 2"

2 id4.0 4

6"

402 DESIGN BUILDING - BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA 70803 PHONE: 225-578-8422 - FAX: 225-578-8457

103 4"

MA TEDUCT PRO RIAL

MODELNUMBERTRADENAMEPRODUCTMATERIAL

1'-6"

402 DESIGN BUILDING - BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA 70803 PHONE: 225-578-8422 - FAX: 225-578-8457

1'-6"

TRADE MO DENA LNUMBER ME

402 DESIGN BUILDING - BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA 70803 PHONE: 225-578-8422 - FAX: 225-578-8457

5'-63 4" (TYP.)

LOWER CABINET 2'-6"

REVISIONS:

LIGHTING AND SWITCHING LEGEND SYMBOLS

UPPER CABINET

DN

DATE:

MAGAZINE RACK

3

1 1'-51 4"

1'-2"

BRAINERD® 1-1/4" GARRETT KNOB ITEM NO. P11747-SN-C

2"

3'-21 2" 17"

HUMANSCALE® 6G KEYBOARD MECHANISM

91 4"

31 4"

2'-10"

4'-10" 1'-5"

8" 4" 8"

3

2

5

4

2'-1"

1'-5"

Recessed fixture, fluorescent lamp

21 4" (TYP.)

Floor dedicated outlet

113 4"

Power pole RIDGE OF SLOPED GWB CEILING @ 19'-0" AFF

Recessed fixture on emergency power, fluorescent lamp

3'-43 4" 4'-41 2"

42" AFF

Pendant mounted fixture, low voltage incandescent lamp

2'-81 2"

1'-10"

5'-91 2"

42" AFF

Pendant mounted linear fixture, fluorescent lamp

7'-7"

SLOPED GWB CEILING BEGINS @ 13'-0" AFF

2'-7"

Junction box Panic button

Under cabinet fixture, low-voltage incandescent lamp

MULTI-PURPOSE AREA

2'-91 4"

4

Cable Outlet

1'-111 2"

TEACHING KITCHEN

Linear exposed strip fixture, fluorescent lamp 5'-73 4" (TYP.)

UNDERSIDE OF SOLID OAK BEAM @ 9'-0" AFF (TYP.)

BRAINERD® 35mm 100 DEGREE 58" OVERLAY HINGE ITEM NO. H811SMV-NP-C

6

9'-6" (TYP.)

10'-734" (TYP.)

6'-101 2"

111 2"

40" AFF

GWB CEILING @ 9'-0" AFF

4'-11 2"

111 4"

31 2" TYP.

6

1'-103 4"

Four-way switch

3'-10"

7'-103 4"

Junction box

7"

16" 1'-4"

17"

21 2"

Low-voltage dimmer switch SKYLIGHT TYP.

4"

4"

1'-21 2" 81 4"

1'-7"

8'-1"

Dimmer switch

5'-01 4" (TYP.)

2" 41 2"

1'-1"

1'-0"

2'-63 4"

Three-way switch 12'-11 2" (TYP.)

1'-01 2" 5"

1"

3 4"

Single pole switch

7'-10"

1 2"

1 2"

Illuminated exit sign

1'-5"

7

8

101 4"

6'-91 4"

Visual Fire Alarm

3'-41 2" 1'-111 4" (TYP.)

80" AFF (TYP.)

Sprinkler HVAC Ceiling Diffuser Exhaust Fan

THESE DRAWINGS ARE THE PROPERTY OF COMMERCIAL DESIGN INTERIORS, LLC AND ARE NOT TO BE REPRODUCED IN WHOLE OR IN PART. THEY ARE ONLY TO BE USED FOR THE PROJECT AND SITE SPECIFICALLY IDENTIFIED HEREIN.

THESE DRAWINGS ARE THE PROPERTY OF COMMERCIAL DESIGN INTERIORS, LLC AND ARE NOT TO BE REPRODUCED IN WHOLE OR IN PART. THEY ARE ONLY TO BE USED FOR THE PROJECT AND SITE SPECIFICALLY IDENTIFIED HEREIN.

THESE DRAWINGS ARE THE PROPERTY OF COMMERCIAL DESIGN INTERIORS, LLC AND ARE NOT TO BE REPRODUCED IN WHOLE OR IN PART. THEY ARE ONLY TO BE USED FOR THE PROJECT AND SITE SPECIFICALLY IDENTIFIED HEREIN.

SCALES STATED HEREON ARE VALID ON THE ORIGINAL DRAWINGS ONLY. CONTRACTOR SHALL CAREFULLY REVIEW ALL DIMENSIONS AND CONDITIONS SHOWN AND REPORT TO THE DESIGNER ANY ERRORS, INCONSISTENCIES, OR OMISSIONS DISCOVERED.

SCALES STATED HEREON ARE VALID ON THE ORIGINAL DRAWINGS ONLY. CONTRACTOR SHALL CAREFULLY REVIEW ALL DIMENSIONS AND CONDITIONS SHOWN AND REPORT TO THE DESIGNER ANY ERRORS, INCONSISTENCIES, OR OMISSIONS DISCOVERED.

SCALES STATED HEREON ARE VALID ON THE ORIGINAL DRAWINGS ONLY. CONTRACTOR SHALL CAREFULLY REVIEW ALL DIMENSIONS AND CONDITIONS SHOWN AND REPORT TO THE DESIGNER ANY ERRORS, INCONSISTENCIES, OR OMISSIONS DISCOVERED.

SCALES STATED HEREON ARE VALID ON THE ORIGINAL DRAWINGS ONLY. CONTRACTOR SHALL CAREFULLY REVIEW ALL DIMENSIONS AND CONDITIONS SHOWN AND REPORT TO THE DESIGNER ANY ERRORS, INCONSISTENCIES, OR OMISSIONS DISCOVERED.

THESE PLANS WERE PREPARED IN THIS OFFICE UNDER OUR PERSONAL SUPERVISION AND TO THE BEST OF OUR KNOWLEDGE COMPLY WITH STATE AND LOCAL CODES.

THESE PLANS WERE PREPARED IN THIS OFFICE UNDER OUR PERSONAL SUPERVISION AND TO THE BEST OF OUR KNOWLEDGE COMPLY WITH STATE AND LOCAL CODES.

THESE PLANS WERE PREPARED IN THIS OFFICE UNDER OUR PERSONAL SUPERVISION AND TO THE BEST OF OUR KNOWLEDGE COMPLY WITH STATE AND LOCAL CODES.

THESE PLANS WERE PREPARED IN THIS OFFICE UNDER OUR PERSONAL SUPERVISION AND TO THE BEST OF OUR KNOWLEDGE COMPLY WITH STATE AND LOCAL CODES.

DATE: 5 / 3 / 2016

DATE: 5 / 3 / 2016

DATE: 5 / 3 / 2016

DATE: 5 / 3 / 2016

FILE: EASTERN ACADEMY CAD

FILE: EASTERN ACADEMY CAD

FILE: EASTERN ACADEMY CAD

FILE: EASTERN ACADEMY CAD

SCALE: AS NOTED

SCALE: AS NOTED

SCALE: AS NOTED

SCALE: AS NOTED

DB: SAMANTHA MITTON

DB: SAMANTHA MITTON

DB: SAMANTHA MITTON

CB: M. EDMONDS

CB: M. EDMONDS

THESE DRAWINGS ARE THE PROPERTY OF COMMERCIAL DESIGN INTERIORS, LLC AND ARE NOT TO BE REPRODUCED IN WHOLE OR IN PART. THEY ARE ONLY TO BE USED FOR THE PROJECT AND SITE SPECIFICALLY IDENTIFIED HEREIN.

DB: SAMANTHA MITTON CB: M. EDMONDS SHEET:

29

5

id3.0

1'-3"

111 4"

6"

SHEET:

id3.1

SHEET:

id4.0

CB: M. EDMONDS SHEET:

id5.0

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MITTON SMITTON95@GMAIL.COM (281)804-0021


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