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“ Town

Hall Meeting” ROOM 201

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Renovation proposals for Richardson Memorial Hall will be presented. All Students, Faculty and Staff are welcome to attend and fill out comment sheets!! Monday, 1/25, 12-12:45pm, Rm 201.

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Richardson Memorial Hall built for Medical School The building is named for Dr. Tobias G. Richardson, Dean of the Medical Department from 1865-1885.

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Architecture School shares RMH Freshmen studios occupy room 401, while the remainder of the architecture school stays next door at Stanley Thomas Hall. RMH is shared with various other departments during this transition period.

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Architecture School ofямБcially moves in to RMH Louis Kahn gives inaugural lecture to architecture students in former anatomical theater.

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1986

RENOVATION following fire in Amphitheater Attic space renovated for fifth floor studios. Fourth and fifth levels connected with skylight. Third floor administration entrance created.

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RENOVATION Fire safety improvements Upgrade of room 204

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RENOVATION Slide library Special Projects room

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RENOVATION Central HVAC on fourth and fifth floors. New studio furnishings

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RENOVATION Dean Schwartz commissions current design of new computer labs, teaching spaces and faculty corridor.

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ROOM 404

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RM 405

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EXISTING 4TH FLOOR EXISTING OFFICES, TEACHING SPACE AND CITY CENTER TO BE RELOCATED

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COMPUTER LAB RM 101

EXISTING GROUND FLOOR

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CAFETERIA

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EXISTING COMPUTER LAB WITH NON-COMPLIANT BUILDING EGRESS TO BE RELOCATED

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objectives 1 RELOCATE COMPUTER LAB TO STUDIO LEVEL

objectives 1 RELOCATE COMPUTER LAB TO STUDIO LEVEL ...integrate computer lab into studios ...foster studio culture and stimulate learning environment ...provide a more secure computer lab ...improve quality of lab space

objectives 1 RELOCATE COMPUTER LAB TO STUDIO LEVEL ...integrate computer lab into studios ...foster studio culture and stimulate learning environment ...provide a more secure computer lab ...improve quality of lab space

2 RELOCATE 4TH FLOOR OFFICES TO GROUND LEVEL

objectives 1 RELOCATE COMPUTER LAB TO STUDIO LEVEL ...integrate computer lab into studios ...foster studio culture and stimulate learning environment ...provide a more secure computer lab ...improve quality of lab space

2 RELOCATE 4TH FLOOR OFFICES TO GROUND LEVEL ...create a centralized faculty corridor ...encourage discourse between faculty and student visitors ...connect new faculty corridor with building circulation

objectives 1 RELOCATE COMPUTER LAB TO STUDIO LEVEL ...integrate computer lab into studios ...foster studio culture and stimulate learning environment ...provide a more secure computer lab ...improve quality of lab space

2 RELOCATE 4TH FLOOR OFFICES TO GROUND LEVEL ...create a centralized faculty corridor ...encourage discourse between faculty and student visitors ...connect new faculty corridor with building circulation

3 PROVIDE NEW TEACHING SPACES ON 4TH FLOOR

objectives 1 RELOCATE COMPUTER LAB TO STUDIO LEVEL ...integrate computer lab into studios ...foster studio culture and stimulate learning environment ...provide a more secure computer lab ...improve quality of lab space

2 RELOCATE 4TH FLOOR OFFICES TO GROUND LEVEL ...create a centralized faculty corridor ...encourage discourse between faculty and student visitors ...connect new faculty corridor with building circulation

3 PROVIDE NEW TEACHING SPACES ON 4TH FLOOR ...create exible classrooms ...enhance central hallway as teaching space ...reclaim building core as public zone

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COMPUTER LAB RM 101

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EXISTING GROUND FLOOR

16 JANUARY 2010

LOUNGE AREA

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RM 101

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KITCH SIX NEW OFFICES

NEW EXIT DOOR

WIDENED CORRIDOR TO CELEBRATE NATURAL LIGHT AND VIEW

NEW FLOOR AND WALL SURFACE TO CONNECT FACULTY HALL / DISPLAY

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PROPOSED GROUND FLOOR EXTENSION

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FACULTY LOUNGE AREA

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NEW EXIT DOOR

WIDENED CORRIDOR TO CELEBRATE NATURAL LIGHT AND VIEW

CODE COMPLIANT EGRESS SIX NEW FACULTY OFFICES CONTINUOUS GALLERY WALL ALONG OFFICES LIGHT AND VIEW AT CORRIDOR’S END FACULTY LOUNGE AREA REUSE EXISTING OPENING FOR NEW DOOR FOCUS ON NEW LAYER, AWAY FROM CEILING DUCTS NEW SURFACE ALLOWS FOR CONDUITS FOR LIGHTING AND INTEGRATED SIGNAGE

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PROPOSED GROUND FLOOR EXTENSION

NEW FLOOR AND WALL SURFACE TO CONNECT FACULTY HALL / DISPLAY

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IN INITIAL PLANNING STUDIES,

6 SCHEMES FOR LABS AND CLASSROOMS WERE EXPLORED ...

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COMPUTER LAB 1 606 nsf, 16 work stations circulation btwn two pods

COMPUTER LAB 2 606 nsf, 16 work stations circulation btwn two pods

CLASSRMS/ CRIT SPACE 993 nsf

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LABS INTEGRATED WITH STUDIOS BI-SYMMETRICAL VOLUMES IN SPIRIT OF RMH MAXIMUM GAINED CRIT SPACES

COMPUTER LABS

CONS STUDIO ACCESS ONLY THROUGH LABS, NO SECURITY DOUBLE WIRING FOR TWO LABS CIRCULATION DIVIDES LABS INTO PODS 30 STUDIO DESKS LOST

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SCHEME 1 : CLOSE TWINS

UNIT PROGRAM SF 311 gsf 303 nsf 303 nsf x 4 pods 732 gsf per lab including center aisle

CRIT SPACES

1,025 gsf 993 nsf

STUDIO SPACE

2,372 sf per studio

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1,212 sf

776 sf

32 work stations

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+ 436 sf + 6 work stations

315 sf RM 405

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993 sf 4,744 sf

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- 1,466 sf - 30 studio desks

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COMPUTER LAB 1 496 nsf, 24 work stations

COMPUTER LAB 2 496 nsf, 24 work stations

CLASSRMS/ CRIT SPACE 993 nsf

PROS LABS INTEGRATED WITH STUDIOS BI-SYMMETRICAL VOLUMES IN SPIRIT OF RMH MAXIMUM GAINED WORK STATIONS AND CRIT SPACES SECURE LOCATION OF LABS WITHIN STUDIOS

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SCHEME 2 COMPUTER LABS

UNIT PROGRAM SF 523 gsf 496 nsf

992 sf 48 work stations

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CRIT SPACES

1,025 gsf 993 nsf

MINIMAL PRESENCE OF LAB DESIGN DOUBLE WIRING FOR TWO LABS 30 STUDIO DESKS LOST

STUDIO SPACE

2,581 sf per studio

SCHEME 2 : DISTANT TWINS

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993 sf 5,162 sf

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776 sf 26 work stations

+ 216 sf + 22 work stations

315 sf RM 405

+ 678 sf

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- 1,048 sf - 30 studio desks

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COMPUTER LAB 1 1,131 nsf, 40 work stations

CLASSRMS/ CRIT SPACE 993 nsf

PROS LABS INTEGRATED WITH STUDIOS SINGLE WING OF WIRING MAXIMUM GAINED CRIT SPACES MAXIMUM INTEGRATION OF LAB TO STUDIO

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SCHEME 3 COMPUTER LABS

UNIT PROGRAM SF 1,179 gsf 1,131 nsf

1,131 sf 40 work stations

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CRIT SPACES

1,025 gsf 993 nsf

WINDOW WALL OBSTRUCTED DISRUPTED STUDIO CONFIGURATION 39 STUDIO DESKS LOST

STUDIO SPACE

1,926 sf + 3,105

SCHEME 3 : SINGLE LOADED

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993 sf 5,162 sf

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26 work stations

776 sf

+ 355 sf + 14 work stations

315 sf RM 405

+ 678 sf

6,210 sf

- 1,179 sf - 39 studio desks

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COMPUTER LAB 1 463 nsf, 16 work stations

COMPUTER LAB 2 463 nsf, 16 work stations

CLASSRMS/ CRIT SPACE 993 nsf

PROS LABS INTEGRATED WITHIN STUDIOS AXIAL VOLUMES DIAGONALLY LINKED BY CORRIDOR MAXIMUM GAINED CRIT SPACES SECURE LOCATION OF LABS WITHIN STUDIOS

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SCHEME 4 COMPUTER LABS

UNIT PROGRAM SF 486 gsf 463 nsf x 2

926 sf 32 work stations

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CRIT SPACES

1,025 gsf 993 nsf

DOUBLE WIRING FOR TWO LABS DISRUPTIVE STUDIO CONFIGURATION 36 STUDIO DESKS LOST

STUDIO SPACE

2,618 sf per studio

SCHEME 4 : SPLIT SIBLINGS

NEW SF

993 sf 5,236 sf

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776 sf 26 work stations

+ 150 sf + 6 work stations

315 sf RM 405

+ 678 sf

6,210 sf

- 974 sf - 36 studio desks

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COMPUTER LAB 1 491 nsf, 24 work stations

COMPUTER LAB 2 463 nsf, 24 work stations

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CLASSRMS/ CRIT SPACE 493 nsf

PROS 2 TYPES OF LABS - CENTRAL AND STUDIO LAB SHARED WIRING FOR LABS w/ADJACENCY TO ROUTER VISIBILITY OF COMPUTER LAB GAINED CRIT SPACE ACTIVATION OF CENTRAL SPACE

CONS DISRUPTIVE STUDIO CONFIGURATION 18 STUDIO DESKS LOST

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SCHEME 5A : FIRST COUSINS

SCHEME 5A COMPUTER LABS

CRIT SPACES STUDIO SPACE

UNIT PROGRAM SF 511 gsf + 486 gsf 491 nsf + 463 nsf

513 gsf 493 nsf 2,618 sf + 3,105 sf

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954 sf

776 sf

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26 work stations

+ 178 sf + 22 work stations

315 sf RM 405

+ 178 sf

493 sf 5,723 sf

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- 387 sf - 18 studio desks

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COMPUTER LAB 1 552 nsf, 24 work stations

COMPUTER LAB 2 463 nsf, 24 work stations

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CLASSRM/ CRIT SPACE 2 214 nsf

PROS 2 TYPES OF LABS - CENTRAL AND STUDIO LAB VISIBILITY OF COMPUTER LAB GAINED CRIT SPACE ACTIVATION OF CENTRAL SPACE

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CLASSRM/ CRIT SPACE 1 214 nsf

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SCHEME 5B COMPUTER LABS

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DISRUPTIVE STUDIO CONFIGURATION 18 STUDIO DESKS LOST SMALL CRIT SPACES

STUDIO SPACE

SCHEME 5B : SECOND COUSINS

UNIT PROGRAM SF 570 gsf + 486 gsf 552 nsf + 463 nsf

229 gsf x 2 214 nsf x 2 2,618 sf + 3,105 sf

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1,015 sf

776 sf

48 work stations

26 work stations

+ 239 sf + 22 work stations

315 sf RM 405

+ 113 sf

428 sf 5,723 sf

6,210 sf

- 387 sf - 18 studio desks

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FLEXIBLE CRIT SPACE +/- 650 nsf

COMPUTER LAB 767 nsf, 36 work stations

PROS CENTRAL COMPUTER LAB ACTIVATION OF CENTRAL SPACE VISIBILITY OF COMPUTER LAB with DONOR POTENTIAL NO DISRUPTION OF STUDIOS MINIMUM AMOUNT OF CONSTRUCTION FLEXIBLE CRIT SPACES POTENTIAL GALLERY / EXHIBITION HALL

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CRIT SPACES

UNIT PROGRAM SF 804 gsf 767 nsf

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- 9 sf + 10 work stations

315 sf RM 405

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ENCLOSED CLASSROOM SPACE LOST NO DIRECT INTEGRATION WITH STUDIOS

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SCHEME 6 : CENTER SINGLE

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AFTER A CLIENT MEETING WITH DEAN SCHWARTZ,

3 LAB + 3 CORE CONFIGURATIONS WERE IDENTIFIED...

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COMPUTER LAB 767 nsf, 36 work stations

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20 JANUARY 2010 RESOURCES MEETING

FLEXIBLE REVIEW SPACE +/- 650 nsf

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COMPUTER LAB 767 nsf, 36 work stations

PROS ACTIVATION OF CENTRAL CORE WITH LAB SINGLE LAB WITH DONOR POTENTIAL VISIBILITY OF NEW LAB FROM EXTERIOR NO DISRUPTION OF STUDIOS MINIMUM CONSTRUCTION WITH FOCUSED DESIGN DEFINED REVIEW SPACE IN HALLWAY POTENTIAL GALLERY / EXHIBITION SPACE

CONS ENCLOSED CLASSROOM SPACE LOST NO DIRECT INTEGRATION WITH STUDIOS

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SCHEME 6

COMPUTER LAB

UNIT PROGRAM SF 804 gsf 767 nsf

NEW SF

767 sf 36 work stations

CRIT SPACE

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EXISTG SF

776 sf 26 work stations

315 sf RM 405

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- 9 sf +10 work stations

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20 JANUARY 2010 RESOURCES MEETING

COMPUTER LAB 1 24 work stations (496 nsf)

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COMPUTER LAB 2 24 work stations (496 nsf)

LAB SCHEME

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20 JANUARY 2010 RESOURCES MEETING

COMPUTER LAB 1 24 work stations (496 nsf)

COMPUTER LAB 2 24 work stations (496 nsf)

PROS

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SECURE LABS INTEGRATED WITHIN STUDIOS MAXIMUM TEACHING SPACES GAINED IN CORE

COMPUTER LABS

UNIT PROGRAM SF 523 gsf 496 nsf

DOUBLE WIRING FOR TWO LABS DISRUPTIVE STUDIO CONFIGURATION 30 STUDIO DESKS LOST

RICHARDSON MEMORIAL HALL PRELIMINARY PROGRAM STUDY

992 sf 48 work stations

CONS

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NEW SF

LAB SCHEME

STUDIO SPACE

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2,581 sf per studio

5,162 sf

EXISTG SF 776 sf 26 work stations

6,210 sf

GAIN/LOSS + 216 sf + 22 work stations

- 1,048 sf - 30 studio desks

20 JANUARY 2010 RESOURCES MEETING

COMPUTER LAB 1 16 work stations (413 nsf)

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COMPUTER LAB 2 16 work stations (413 nsf)

LAB SCHEME

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20 JANUARY 2010 RESOURCES MEETING

COMPUTER LAB 1 16 work stations (413 nsf)

COMPUTER LAB 2 16 work stations (413 nsf)

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SCHEME 1

SECURE LABS INTEGRATED WITHIN STUDIOS MAXIMUM TEACHING SPACES GAINED IN CORE COMPUTER LABS

UNIT PROGRAM SF 486 gsf 413 nsf x 2

CONS DOUBLE WIRING FOR TWO LABS DISRUPTIVE STUDIO CONFIGURATION 30 STUDIO DESKS LOST

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LAB SCHEME

STUDIO SPACE

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2,671 sf per studio

NEW SF

826 sf

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776 sf

32 work stations

26 work stations

5,342 sf

6,210 sf

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+ 50 sf + 6 work stations

- 868 sf - 30 studio desks

20 JANUARY 2010 RESOURCES MEETING

20-SEAT CLASSRM (271 nsf)

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35-SEAT CLASSRM (553 nsf)

CORE SCHEME

14-SEAT SEMINAR (271 nsf)

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20 JANUARY 2010 RESOURCES MEETING

REVIEW / EXHIBITION ямВexible (324 nsf)

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CORE SCHEME

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20 JANUARY 2010 RESOURCES MEETING

REVIEW / EXHIBITION ямВexible (324 nsf)

20-SEAT CLASSRM (271 nsf)

35-SEAT CLASSRM (553 nsf)

14-SEAT SEMINAR (271 nsf)

SCHEME a

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CLASSROOM 1

MAXIMUM TEACHING SPACES GAINED DEFINED REVIEW / EXHIBITION SPACE IN HALL

CLASSROOM 2

CONS REVIEW / EXHIBIT

COMPUTER LABS IN STUDIO SPACE STUDIO DESKS LOST

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CORE SCHEME

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UNIT PROGRAM SF 284 gsf x 2 271 nsf x 2

NEW SF

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GAIN/LOSS

315 sf RM 405

+ 780 sf

162 sf

+ 162 sf

542 sf

578 gsf 553 nsf

553 sf

324 nsf

324 sf

20 JANUARY 2010 RESOURCES MEETING

49-SEAT CLASSRM (687 nsf)

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CORE SCHEME

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20 JANUARY 2010 RESOURCES MEETING

REVIEW / EXHIBIT SPACE (279 nsf)

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REVIEW / EXHIBIT SPACE (279 nsf)

CORE SCHEME

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20 JANUARY 2010 RESOURCES MEETING

REVIEW / EXHIBIT SPACE (279 nsf)

49-SEAT CLASSRM (687 nsf)

REVIEW / EXHIBIT SPACE (279 nsf)

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SCHEME a

MAXIMUM TEACHING SPACES GAINED OPEN REVIEW / EXHIBIT SPACES AT STAIR AXIS

LARGE CLASSROOM

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REVIEW / EXHIBIT

COMPUTER LABS IN STUDIO SPACE STUDIO DESKS LOST

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CORE SCHEME

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UNIT PROGRAM SF

NEW SF

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725 gsf 687 nsf

687 sf

315 sf RM 405

+ 372 sf

279 nsf x 2

558 sf

162 sf

+ 396 sf

20 JANUARY 2010 RESOURCES MEETING

35-SEAT CLASSRM (492 nsf)

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35-SEAT CLASSRM (492 nsf)

CORE SCHEME

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20 JANUARY 2010 RESOURCES MEETING

EXHIBITION HALL ямВexible (418 nsf)

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CORE SCHEME

c

20 JANUARY 2010 RESOURCES MEETING

EXHIBITION HALL ямВexible (418 nsf)

35-SEAT CLASSRM (492 nsf)

35-SEAT CLASSRM (492 nsf)

PROS

SCHEME C

MAXIMUM TEACHING SPACES GAINED CENTRAL EXHIBITION SPACE

CLASSROOMS

CONS

EXHIBIT HALL

UNIT PROGRAM SF

NEW SF

EXISTG SF

GAIN/LOSS

512 gsf x 2 492 nsf x 2

984 sf

315 sf RM 405

+ 669 sf

418 nsf

418 sf

162 sf

+ 256 sf

COMPUTER LABS IN STUDIO SPACE STUDIO DESKS LOST

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CORE SCHEME

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POTENTIAL

CORE + LAB COMBINATIONS ...

COMPUTER LAB 1 16 work stations (413 nsf)

COMPUTER LAB 2 16 work stations (413 nsf)

REVIEW / EXHIBITION ямВexible (324 nsf)

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COMBINATION :

1-a

20 JANUARY 2010 RESOURCES MEETING

COMPUTER LAB 1 16 work stations (413 nsf)

COMPUTER LAB 2 16 work stations (413 nsf)

EXHIBITION HALL ямВexible (418 nsf)

35-SEAT CLASSRM (492 nsf)

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RICHARDSON MEMORIAL HALL PRELIMINARY PROGRAM STUDY

35-SEAT CLASSRM (492 nsf)

COMBINATION :

1-c

20 JANUARY 2010 RESOURCES MEETING

COMPUTER LAB 1 24 work stations (496 nsf)

REVIEW / EXHIBIT SPACE (279 nsf)

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COMPUTER LAB 2 24 work stations (496 nsf)

49-SEAT CLASSRM (687 nsf)

COMBINATION :

2-b

REVIEW / EXHIBIT SPACE (279 nsf)

20 JANUARY 2010 RESOURCES MEETING

FLEXIBLE REVIEW SPACE +/- 650 nsf

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COMPUTER LAB 767 nsf, 36 work stations

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COMBINATION :

3

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COMMENT SHEET name:

faculty

staff

student

S C H E M E S

C O M M E N T S + S U G G E S T I O N S

LAB 1 YES NO

LAB 2 YES NO

LAB 3 YES NO

CORE A YES NO

CORE B YES NO

CORE C YES NO

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