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Architectural Portfolio Trent Hinze

2014


CONTENT 1. UNL STUDENT HEALTH CENTER

2. LAUSANNE REHABILITATION CENTER

3. WELLS-LAMSON MEMORIAL

4. ELECTRONIC TAXI COMPLEX

5. NEBRASKA CITY MEDICAL CENTER


UNL STUDENT HEALTH CENTER Lincoln, Nebraska The University of Nebraska Student Health Center project aims to address student needs far beyond treating illness. The facility offers a healthy lifestyle recommendation embedded in the essence of the project. The soft material pallet of channel glass and neutral colors allow the architecture to command where and when a powerful message infused with color can be delivered to its audience. In this way, the new University Health Center will be like a gallery with healthy lifestyle suggestions as its featured work. With preventative health being the primary focus

of the facility, additional program is added to transform the health center into a student performance complex. Program like a practice soccer field, a healthy food cafĂŠ, and a bike shop transform the health center into much more than a place to go when one is ill. The facility will become a destination for the healthy.


Level 1

Section Viewing North

Level 2


Student Approach To Entrance


West Facade

Technical Section


Entry for Cyclist


Exam Room Section Flexible Walking Surface

Work Station Facing Patient

Natural Lighting To Orient Patient

Door Placed For Patient Privacy


West Entry


North West Facade


Central Atrium


Entry Lobby

Health Cafe

Practice Field

Cycling Path


West Facade Master Plan


LAUSANNE REHABILITATION CENTER Lausanne, Switzerland The Genetic Research and Addiction Rehabilitation Center is a specialized medical facility that deals with drug addiction through a methodology that looks at human behavior and the genetic makeup of the addicted. With Switzerland’s challenging reputation of substance abuse and the government’s progressive approach to the issue, Lausanne, Switzerland is an ideal location for the proposed program. The rhythmic exoskeletal structure and subtle approach to the landscape portray Switzerland’s cultural focus. The facility

is an exemplary model of a translational work environment between addiction specialists and geneticists. The translation line occupies the core of the second level. This space is not only a main corridor leading to core program, but it is also a space that allows for interaction between professions through programming such as coffee vendors, food vendors, and lounge space.


South Entry


Facility Support Services Preventative Treatment Patient Care Unit Addiction Recovery Genetic Research Facility Patient Support Administrative Support Diagnostic and Treatment Services

Site Section


Translation Line


South Entry


ELEVATION scale 3/8” = 1’

SECTION scale 3/8” = 1’ STEEL DIAGRID STRUCTURE

T.O. PARAPET 17’ 7 3/4” (+46’-4 1/2”) RIGID FOAM INSULATION W/ REINFORCED EPDM MEMBRANE FLASHING

SUPPLY AIR DUCT

DOUBLE PANE GLASS PANELS

4” DEEP MULLION

METAL DECKING FLOOR SYSTEM W/ 2 1/2” CONCRETE TOPPING THIRD FLOOR 13’8” (+28’-8 3/4”)

HSS TUBING

SECOND FLOOR 15’3/4” (+15’-3/4”)

5/8” GYPSUM BOARD CEILING

1 1/4” ALUMINUM WALL PANEL MOUNTED TO 5/8” SUBSTRATE METAL STUD

GROUND FLOOR 0’0” (+0’-0”)

PARKING DECK -13’5.5” (-13’-5.5”)

Lower Level -16’5.5” (-16’-5.5”)

Technical Section


Parking Deck Entry


Visitor Entry


Genetics Laboratory


Patient Care Unit


WELLS-LAMSON MEMORIAL Barre, Vermont The architectural proposal illustrated is located in the southeast region of the WellsLamson granite quarry. Embedded in the superstructure are artist residences, studio work spaces, and an educational pavilion. Suspended in the center of the structure is a memorial capable of moving vertically and horizontally within the drained granite quarry. The memorial is operated by eight wenches—four affixed to the structure and four anchored to the quarry floor. Having eight attachment points gives the memorial a wide range of motion.

The platform’s dive begins at level one. As the platform descends below the structure, an expansive view emerges for a brief moment. Next, the history of the quarry is expressed through the various layers of granite. The memorial allows the user to perceive the Wells-Lamson quarry as the workers once did.


Residence Space

Studio Workspace

Educational Pavilion

Memorial

Docking Platform

Parking

Diving Sequence

Program


Photovoltaic Paneling

Northwest Facade

Wench System

Residence Level

Studio Level

Memorial

Elevator

Vehicle Loading Zone

Parking Deck

Educational Pavilion


Visitor Entry


Photo voltaic Panels

4” Gutter

Top of Curtain Wall 12’-6” (+57’-2”)

w Insulation

Return Air Duct Supply Air Duct Metal Studs 1/2” Gypsum Board Wall Meteon Wall Panel Third Floor 22’-4” (+44’-8”)

3” Rigid Insulation

+66:DIÀH*ULG

2” concrete Topping

Second Floor 22’-4” (+22’-4”)

Recessed Cannon Light

Drop Ceiling With Acoustical Tile

Double Pane Glass Panels

8” Deep Mullion

Ground Floor 0’-0” (+0’-0”)

HSS Tubing

Cross Rock Anchor

Bottom of Walkway 12’-0” (-12’-0”)

Technical Section


View From Quarry Floor


West Facade


ELECTRONIC TAXI COMPLEX New York, New York To understand a hybridized urban infrastructure (HUI), one must understand what infrastructure is and how it operates. Infrastructure’s main role is to serve the public by supplying an array of needs ranging from elements that sustain life to elements that make life convenient to sustain. Infrastructure’s purpose outweighs its own visual appeal and is accepted by the public because of this characteristic. When Infrastructure becomes hybridized, a higher level of efficiency develops. The structure prolongs its ability to exist based on the numerous needs it supplies.

The location of this project is on and near the central park reservoir. The proposal repurposes solar energy for the city’s taxi transportation network. The reservoir serves as a centralized hub for housing and recharging electronic taxis. The area of the reservoir that accumulates the most direct sun hosts photovoltaic panels, which harvest enough energy to sustain a quarter of Manhattan’s public taxi network. To power Manhattan’s yellow fleet, the electronic taxi complex has the ability to host 80,000 photovoltaic panels, each capable of individually harvesting 200 Watts per hour.


Capable of driving up to 100 miles on a full charge. The typical taxi in NYC will drive 140 miles in a 24 hour shift.

2 Minute Switch

7 Hour Recharge

Battery Exchange Station


Battery Exchange Complex


South Entry


Infrastructure Components

Level 1

Lower Level


HUB

Lower Level Parking

1

2

3


NEBRASKA CITY MEDICAL CENTER Nebraska City, Nebraska Nebraska City Medical Center draws upon the various levels and natural aspects of the tree for its own spatial arrangement. It is the designer’s intent to refocus this abstraction into the new hospital in both plan and section. In section, the lower levels are used for storage and mechanical services, much like a tree would operate. As one moves up the facility, public circulation becomes prevalent. At the top of the facility, privacy is

optimal and selective like a tree canopy. In plan, the building can be viewed in two parts. Where these components intersect, there is a large circulation atrium. In one component, program services the staff, and in the other component, the patients receive care.


In Collaboration with E. Lamprecht


Level 1

Level 2 OFFICE-PRIVOFFICE-ANES THESIA OFFICE ATE

CONFERNCE ROOM

Room

OFFICE

Room

Level 3

Room

Compounding

Room

Supply Storage PRE/RECOVE RY

IV Admixture

Narcotic Storage

PRE/RECOVE RY

PRE/RECOVE RY

PRE/RECOVE RY

Receiving

Room

PRE/RECOVE RY

PRE/RECOVE RY

Sterile Compounding

Business Center

Room

Room

Supply Storage Small Shelf

Trash Holding

Room

COMMUNITY EDUCATION/M EDICAL CARE

PRE/RECOVE RY

PRE/RECOVE RY MEDS

PRE/RECOVE RY

Support Support

ADMIN

Nourishment

PRE/RECOVE RY

Lockers Portable CARM

Portable XRAY

Housekeeping PRE/RECOVE RY

CHAPEL

TLT

TLT

PRE/RECOVE RY

TLT

RESPITATOR THERAPY Y

SUPPORT

Communicatio n

Electrical Office Shared

Consultation

PRE/RECOVE RY

Registration

Support

Support

PRE/RECOVE RY

HEALTH

INFORMATIO SYSTEMS/MEN D REC Soiled

Clean

Office Manager

TLT

TLT

TLT

Room Waiting

Conference SOILED

TLT

CLEAN PACU

PACU

MRI Equipment

Change Room

Change Room

Lounge

CT Control

MRI Control

Patient Holding

Patient Holding

MEDICATION

PACU

Dinning

STAFF DEVELOPME NT

EQUIPMENT PACU

DICTATION

PACU

PACU Fluro Control

CT Scan

BUSINESS CENTER

Ultrasound

Rad/Fluro

HUMAN RESOURCES AND EMPLOYEE HEALTH

HOUSEKEEP ING

TLT

MRI

MEDICAL STAFF SUPPORT

Room

Rad/Fluro TLT

PACU

Room

REGISTR ATION /WAITING

GAS STORAGE DECONTAM

TLT

BEHAVORIAL EXAM

EXAM

EXAM

EXAM

EXAM

SUPPORT

PACU

PACU

PACU

PACU

BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERIN G

NURSING STAFF ADMINISTRAT ION

FOOD AMBULANCE GARAGE

BUSINESS CENTER

EXAM

Room Storage

XRAY Storage

DICTATION

DICTATION TRAMA

READING ROOM

EXAM SUPPORT

Scope Processing

NON-INVASIV CARDIOLOGYE GI Lab

EXAM MEDICATION

CLEAN

SOILED

Scope Storage

SUPPORT

EXAM

OFFICE STAFF

STRETCHER STORAGE

Support

Registration

Receptionist

LOUNGE

EQUIPMENT

GIFT SHOP

EXAM

OR MANAGEMEN CASE T/SOCIALWO

STORAGE

TLT

EXAM

TLT TRIAGE/EXAM

NOURISHMEN T

REVIEW RK/UTILIZATIO N

Consultation

Support

POINT OF CARE LAB ON CALL

RESPITORY THERAPY

LOCKERS

Waiting

STERILE

STAFF

Support TRIAGE/EXAM STAFF SECURITY

EMS CENTER

REG

TLT WORKSTATIO N

REGISTRATIO WORKSTATIO N NS

ANESTHESIA WORKROOM OFFICE MANAGER

ELECTRICAL CLOSET

TLT

OR

OFFICE STAFF

EMS TLT WAITING

WAITING TLT

MALE LOCKERS

OFFICE-CHAR NURSE GE TLT/SHOWER LOUNGE TLT/SHOWER

OR JANITOR CHILD SEATING

COMMUNICA TIONS CLOSET

MENS TLT

WOMANS TLT

ON CALL ROOM

VENDING

WOMAN LOCKERS

CONSULTATI ON STERILE

EQUIPMENT LOCKERS

CATH LAB

REGISTRATIO N

SECRETARY

OFFICE

CATH LAB CONTROL

OR ENVIORNMEN SERVICES TAL

LOUNGE

OFFICE

SPECIMEN PROCESSING PHLEBOTOM (IN-PATIENT)Y

STAFF TOILET

PRE-ADMISS ION AND TESING AND REGISTRATIO N

LAB COAT STOAGE

H.C. CLOSET STERILE PROCESSING

MATERIALS MANAGEMEN T

BIO. HAZARDOUS WASTE

STAFF TOILET

MICROBIOLO GY

TRANSFUSIO SERVICES N

SAFTEY SHOWER

SUPPLY STORAGE

CHEMISTRY SECURITY/SW ITCHBOARD

INFORMATIO SYSTEMS N

GLASS CYLINDER STORAGE FLAMMABLE STORAGE

BREAKDOWN

TRASH HOLD

HEMATOLOG URINALYSISY/

GLASS WASH AUTOCLAVE

Private Filtered Dense Enclosed Full Complex Safe Sunlight Absorption

Open Transport Circulation Highway Flexible Vulnerable Simple Clear

Lower Level Parking

Storage Service Complex System Anchor


Approach


T.O. PARAPET 18’ 1 3/4” (+51’-1”) RIGID FOAM INSULATION W/ REINFORCED EPDM MEMBRANE FLASHING

SUPPLY AIR DUCT

RECCESSED TROFFER LIGHT

DOUBLE PANE GLASS PANELS

4” DEEP MULLION

METAL DECKING FLOOR SYSTEM W/ 2 1/2” CONCRETE TOPPING THIRD FLOOR 16’11 1/2” (+32’-11 1/4”) CEMENTITIOUS FIRE BARRIER

STEEL W SECTION

SECOND FLOOR 15’ 11 3/4” (+15’-11 3/4”)

SUSPENDED CEILING W/ 2’ SQUARE ACOUSTICAL TILE

3/4” WOOD PANEL MOUNTED TO 5/8” SUBSTRATE METAL STUD

GROUND FLOOR 0’0” (+0’-0”)

Genetics Research & Addiction Rehabilitation Facility Level 1 Atrium

UNL Studio Geneva, Switzerland

SECTION scale 3/8” = 1’

Technical Section


Evening Approach


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