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Mission Statement

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´ Authentic | Cultural |Intimate |Experience Kama is an Indian restaurant dedicated to providing the customer with an authentic Indian experience in a modern and intimate setting. In order to provide the most authentic Indian experience and honor the Indian culture we import our spices directly from India and our chefs are professionally trained in preparing Indian cuisine. Communication Designers; Wes Humann, Elizabeth Houtz,

Interior Designers; Alisha Kinnear, Carli Stephens.

Spring 2011


Table of Contents

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Research

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Restaurant Layout

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Progress/Development

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Codes

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Final Marks

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Sustainability

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Collateral Items

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Rendered Floor Plan

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Research

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India has many interesting cultural aspects to it. There are a lot of iconic symbols that are very inspirational. It is a rich culture full of vibrant colours and exciting design. Ganesh, Hindu God

Traditional Henna

Bengal Tigers

Southern style temple

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Modern Research

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We wanted to incorporate a modern style into our restaurant so we researched some modern style works ranging from photos and art to buildings and festivals. The Bahรกi house of Worship, New Delhi.

Painting by M. F. Hussain

Holi Festival

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Name For our restaurant name we wanted something that was unique and from the Hindu tradition. We also wanted something that meant something but not out of context or something ridiculous. We looked through a list of names and their meanings and finally decided that Kama was appropriate. Here’s the list of names and their meanings.

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Samadhi

-Final stage of meditation in raja yoga in which a person’s mind reaches the ultimate reality.

Chavadi

- Place of public assembly of a village. It is the property of the entire community in the village.

Kama - Best described as atheistic. The general definition involves sensual gratification, pleasure of the senses, love and the ordinary enjoyments of life.

Kamadeva - Hindu cupid, messenger of love.

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Logo Ideas

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In order to develope a logo we researched key elements of India. We found that the Taj Mahal was one of the most iconic and famous buildings in India. We also found that the Lotus Flower was the national flower of India. Both of these symbols have beautiful design elements within them so we decided to take our favorite elements and combine them.

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Picking the logo

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We chose Elizabeth’s logo number 3 for the final restaurant logo, and Wes’ logo number 3 for the final retail store logo. The both incorporate design elements pertinent to the Indian culture.

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Type Test 1 So now that we had our name decided it was time to pick on a typeface that went with our name and our logo.Our logo is geometric so we thought that a san serif was appropriate. So we choose Avant Garde ITC Gothic.

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Káma Káma

Optima Káma Káma Káma Avant Garde ITC Gothic

Gill Sans Káma Káma

Futura Wes Humann, Elizabeth Houtz, Alisha Kinnear, Carli Stephens


Type Test 2 Of course Kama just can’t stay by itself. With out a descriptive word underneath Kama just sounds like comma. So we decided to put Indian Restaurant underneath it.

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Indian Restaurant

Palatino

Indian Restaurant

Adobe Garamond Pro

Indian Restaurant

Baskersville

I tried using a san serif but in this case serif just looked better.

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Color After picking a few photos and multiple color pallets this is the one we choose. We stuck with the tertiary colors red, orange, and yellow. We feel that these colors are best associated with India and our restaurant because of the bright vibrance and warm tones they offer.

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ED12C24

BE1E2D

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EF4136

F37221

E65325

FFDE17

F1B81B

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Logo and Retail logo

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These are our final logos that we’ve decided on. The Taj Mahal lotus combination for our main restaurant logo and the geometric lotus flower for our retail logo.

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Posters

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Come for the sweet...

Come for the spicy....

Come for the sweet and spicy

Fulfill your senses

´ www.KamaIndianRestaurant.com Phone 303-777-0500

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´ www.KamaIndianRestaurant.com Phone 303-777-0500

www.KamaIndianRestaurant.com Phone´303-777-0500

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Posters

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´ Indian Restaurant

Authentic

Authentic

Modern

Cuisine

Authentic

Modern

Cuisine

Modern

Cuisine

´ Indian Restaurant

´ Indian Restaurant

303-777-0500

www.kamaindianrestaurant.com

1529 south pearl street

303-777-0500

www.kamaindianrestaurant.com

1529 south pearl street

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Menu The menu for Kama has a minimal selection of food. Too much of a selection of food could be intimidating at times. Because our spices are imported from India and we want to keep everything fresh we keep a limited amount of items on the menu but change it often.

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Appetizers Calamari Pakora- Calamari fried in chick pea batter.

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Chicken Pakora- battered fried chicken.

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Onion Bhaji- Onion rings fried in chick pea batter.

Coconut Shrimp- Jumbo shrimp with Korma sauce and coconut.

Hot breads

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Soups and Salads

Naan-traditional bread baked in our clay oven.

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Mulligatawny Soup -

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Kabli Naancooked with nuts, cherries, and raisins.

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Dal Soup- Lentil soup with spices and herbs.

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Cheese NaanNaan stuffed with blended cheeses.

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Tandoor

(Baked in our clay oven) Tandoori Chicken -

Bone in chicken on onion bed sizzler.

Shrimp Tandoori-

Marinated lamb chops served with a small salad and mansalsa sauce.

Indian style salad -

traditional salad with yogurt dressing.

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Curries

Traditional dish of India. Blended with curry spices, onion, garlic, ginger and tomato, having a medium thick sauce. Chicken Lamb

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Fish

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Vegetarian Entrees

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Shrimp Korma

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Fish Korma

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Mango custard

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Desserts

Kheer -

Basmati rice pudding, sprinkled with almonds and pistachios.

Fried Bananas -

Caramelized bananas, dipped in chocolate and topped with whipped cream

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Shrimp

Saag Paneer-

Chicken Korma

Lamb Korma

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traditional salad with any choice of dressing.

Kormas Tender, marinated pieces of boneless meat, cooked with onion, whipped cream, yogurt, nuts and delicately spiced.

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Green garden salad-

Entrees

Finest Jumbo shrimp on oninon bed sizzler.

Lamb Chops-

Chicken soup with herbs and mild spices

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Chunks of homemade cheese, cooked with spinach and spices.

Paneer Makhani-

Cheese cooked with tomatos, onions, butter and cream

Saag Paneer-

Chunks of homemade cheese, cooked with spinach and spices.

Chai tea

Drinks

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Iced Chai

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Soft drinks

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Coffee

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Juice

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Beer and Wine List Here is the Beer and Wine list for seated Customers. There is more selection of spirits when you go up too the bar and order from the server, these are the highest recommended selections Kama tries to promote.

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Wine selection

House Chardonnay

Classic chardonnay with a sweet flavor to it.

House Merlot-

Beer and Wine List

Rich and succulent merlot perfect with any meal.

Indage-

The largest volumed wine in India, very popular.

Sula-

A rose water wine perfect for summer

Mandala Valley-

Sweet flavor of wine, perfect for special occasions.

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Beer selection

Imported from India

Flying horse lager-

Traditional Indian Beer with a sweet malty flavor.

Tah Mahal lager-

Imported from India, has a light body and has a crispy hoppy taste to it.

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Haywards Black-

A dark lager beer with a creamy and smooth taste. Best described as a stout beer.

Coors

Domestic

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Bud light

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Heineken

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Spices

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The metal tins shown here are not only packaging, but they’re also magnetic. So if you didn’t have anymore room in your spice cabinet you can just stick these on your refrigerator. Our spice area in our retail shop will also allow you to blend your own spices, so if you wanted to you could bring in your own spice containers, or just buy one of our own.

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Back of the Containers

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Chai We will also offer Chai from our retail store with three flavors. Mansala Chai, which is the traditional Chai that they make in India. Original Chai, which is what we’re accustomed too in America and Vanilla Chai which has a sweet vanilla flavor to it.

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Mansala

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Original

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Vanilla

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Envelopes

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Envelope design for our restaurant.

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Indian Restaurant 1529 South Pearl Street Denver, CO 80210

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Stationary Our stationary would be used to send out letters for applicants, customers, possible business partners, and fax numbers.

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1529 South Pearl Street | Denver, CO 80210 | Phone 303-777-0500 | Fax 303-777-0503

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Business cards

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We wanted the business cards to be simple, but still have an Indian design aspect to them.

´ 1529 South Pearl Street Denver, CO 80210 Phone 303-777-0500 Fax 303-777-0503

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Elephant

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Possible Wall graphic for our restaurant.

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Shiva Nataraja

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Shiva is one of the more popular gods in Hindu tradition. He is known as the destroyer god. When Shiva is in this pose he is known as “Lord of the Dance.� Fire in Hindu religion destroys but purifies, so he is destroying the earth so Brahman the main Hindu god can recreate the earth and start life over. Getting rid of all the evil.

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Billboard

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Billboard design visible from the road. The bright logo will capture people’s attention so they will see the Kama advertisement. The words are large and legible so the people driving can gain the information quickly and get back to driving safely.

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Bus stop Advertisements

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Here are the bus stop advertisements for Kama. They are large, bright, and bold so they catch the eye of people walking up and down the street.

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Candles

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These candles will be sold at the store located within our restaurant.

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Coasters

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Table coasters that have had both of the Kama logos imprinted into them. These will also be available for purchase in our store.

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Website

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This is the Kama Restaurant’s website homepage. It shows all of the newest additions to the restaurant including new merchandise, special offers, and menu changes.

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Gift Cards

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Gift Cards are available and they would make a great gift for anyone that enjoys an authentic indian meal.

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Transportation

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Here is the catering truck that will transport Kama’s food to important events.

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Diagrams

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3D model

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We chose the patio to make the model off of because we felt it was a well thought off space to communicate early ideas through.

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Floor Plan

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Through this plan the chosen sustainable finishes can be seen.

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Bar

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For the bar our concept was to create a modern yet intimate space, we accomplished this through the use of dark surfaces arranged with lighter mid tones. This feel can also be felt through the array of seating.

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Bar Furniture

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Lounge

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We created the lounge area as a more private space for couples or a small group to enjoy bar beverages. This allows for a small lounge if customers do not want to eat and would rather just enjoy appetizers.

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Lounge Furniture

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Private Dining

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We designed the upper level of Kama to allow for customers to enjoy with large groups. We felt by placing this arrangement upstairs we would still create an intimate space when the space is not in use the tables can be split into desired seating arrangements.

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Private Dining Furniture

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Main Dining

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Guests dining in the main dining area will be provided an intimate setting through the use of custom built banquette seating as well as a unique fireplace which will add warmth to the space while creating visual interest.

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Main Dining Furniture

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Patio

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Patio dining provides guests with opportunities to enjoy a multitude of seating options such as banquette seating for couples, as well as one’s for larger groups which include custom fireplaces, while the space features gliding walls to accommodate any type of weather and maximize natural light.

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Patio Furniture

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Retail

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The retail space includes a variety of activity options and opportunities for guests to explore our items in various ways. A reading nook allows guest’s to browse our book section, while window facing bar seating provides an area for them to enjoy our delicious chai. Finally, our spice station allows guests to choose their own spice blends from our large variety of choices

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Retail cont.

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Retail Furniture

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Rest room

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Through the use of the ADA codes we continued to design an intimate space. The overall intent was to create a rest room that felt modern and welcoming.

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Restroom Funiture

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Codes

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For the codes and sustainability part of both the Restaurant and Retail vary. From the exterior of Kama we have a ramp for ADA and easier access to the building The rest rooms meet all ADA standards. In the rest rooms we incorporated a five foot circle parameter to allow for easy wheelchair access along with one ADA stall and lowered lavatories. Both the patio and dining areas are ADA accessible and allow for such seating. Each spaces access is achieved through the use of ADA codes and accessibility.

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Sustainability

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LEED 2009 for Commercial Interiors

Project Name

Project Checklist

Sustainable Sites Y

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Date

Possible Points:

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Indoor Environmental Quality

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Y Credit 1 Credit 2 Credit 3.1 Credit 3.2 Credit 3.3

Site Selection Development Density and Community Connectivity Alternative Transportation—Public Transportation Access Alternative Transportation—Bicycle Storage and Changing Rooms Alternative Transportation—Parking Availability

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Prereq 1 Prereq 2 Credit 1 Credit 2 Credit 3.1 Credit 3.2

Water Efficiency

Possible Points:

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Credit 4.1 Credit 4.2

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Prereq 1 Credit 1

Water Use Reduction—20% Reduction Water Use Reduction

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Credit 4.4 Credit 4.5

Energy and Atmosphere

Possible Points:

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Credit 5 Credit 6.1

Y Y Y

Prereq 1 Prereq 2 Prereq 3 Credit 1.1 Credit 1.2 Credit 1.3 Credit 1.4 Credit 2 Credit 3 Credit 4

Fundamental Commissioning of Building Energy Systems Minimum Energy Performance Fundamental Refrigerant Management Optimize Energy Performance—Lighting Power Optimize Energy Performance—Lighting Controls Optimize Energy Performance—HVAC Optimize Energy Performance—Equipment and Appliances Enhanced Commissioning Measurement and Verification Green Power

Credit 6.2 Credit 7.1 Credit 7.2

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Possible Points:

Credit 1.1 Credit 1.2

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Credit 1.4 Credit 1.5

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Prereq 1 Credit 1.1 Credit 1.2 Credit 2 Credit 3.1 Credit 3.2 Credit 4 Credit 5 Credit 6 Credit 7

Storage and Collection of Recyclables Tenant Space—Long-Term Commitment Building Reuse Construction Waste Management Materials Reuse Materials Reuse—Furniture and Furnishings Recycled Content Regional Materials Rapidly Renewable Materials Certified Wood

Credit 2

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Credit 1.1

Credit 1.3 Credit 1.4

Regional Regional Regional Regional

Priority: Priority: Priority: Priority:

Specific Specific Specific Specific

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Credit Credit Credit Credit

Total Certified 40 to 49 points

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Innovation in Design: Specific Title Innovation in Design: Specific Title Innovation in Design: Specific Title Innovation in Design: Specific Title Innovation in Design: Specific Title LEED Accredited Professional

Regional Priority Credits

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Minimum IAQ Performance Environmental Tobacco Smoke (ETS) Control Outdoor Air Delivery Monitoring Increased Ventilation Construction IAQ Management Plan—During Construction Construction IAQ Management Plan—Before Occupancy Low-Emitting Materials—Adhesives and Sealants Low-Emitting Materials—Paints and Coatings Low-Emitting Materials—Flooring Systems Low-Emitting Materials—Composite Wood and Agrifiber Products Low-Emitting Materials—Systems Furniture and Seating Indoor Chemical & Pollutant Source Control Controllability of Systems—Lighting Controllability of Systems—Thermal Comfort Thermal Comfort—Design Thermal Comfort—Verification Daylight and Views—Daylight Daylight and Views—Views for Seated Spaces

Innovation and Design Process

Credit 1.3

Materials and Resources

Possible Points:

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Possible Points: 110 Silver 50 to 59 points

Gold 60 to 79 points

Platinum 80 to 110

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For the sustainability part of Kama we are using the LEED 2009 for Retail: Commercial Interiors. The following are the minimum points of which we are aiming to earn. Water Efficiency Water Use Reduction 7

Total 7 Energy and Atmosphere Credit 1.3 Optimize Energy Performance-Lighting Power

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Credit 1.2 Optimize Energy Performance-Lighting Controls

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Credit 1.3 Optimize Energy Performance-HVAC

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Credit 1.4 Optimize Energy Performance-Equipment & Appliances

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Credit 1.5 Optimize Energy Performance-Building & Envelope

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Total 11 Materials and Resources Prereq 1

Storage and Collection of Recyclables

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Tenant Space-Long-Term Commitment

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Credit 2 Construction Waste Management 1 Credit 3.1 Materials Reuse 1 Credit 3.2

Materials Reuse-Furniture and Furnishings

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Credit 4 Recycled Content 1 Credit 5 Regional Materials 1 Credit 6 Rapidly Renewable Materials 1 Credit 7

Certified Wood

Indoor Environmental Quality Prereq 1

Minimum IAQ Performance

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Environmental Tobacco Smoke Control

Credit 2 Increased Ventilation 1 Credit 4.1

Low-Emitting Materials-Adhesives and Sealants

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Credit 4.2

Low-Emitting Materials-Paints and Coatings

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Credit 4.3

Low-Emitting Materials-Flooring Systems

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Credit 4.4

Low-Emitting Materials-Composite Wood and Agrifiber Product 1

Credit 4.5 Low-Emitting Materials-Furniture 1 Credit 4.6

Low-Emitting Materials-Ceiling and Wall Systems

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Credit 5

Indoor Chemical & Pollutant Source Control

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Credit 6

Controllability of Systems-Lighting and Thermal Comfort

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Credit 8.1 Daylight and Views-Daylight 1 Credit 8.2 Daylight and Views-Views 1

Total 11 Innovation and Design Process Possible Points 6 Regional Priority Credits Possible Points 4

Overall Total

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Certified 40 to 49 points

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Total 9

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