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A case study - 6 North Apartments

A case study - 6 North Apartments


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  • 1. UNIVERSAL DESIGN SUMMIT II March 29 - 30, 2006 KITCHENS AND BATHROOMS A Case Study - 6 North Apartments Universal design is the design of products and environments to be usable by all people, to the greatest extent possible, without the need for adaptation or specialized design. –Ron Mace The intent of universal design is to simplify life for everyone by making products, communications, and the built environment more usable by as many people as possible at little or no extra cost. Universal design benefits people of all ages and abilities. Greg Zipfel, AIA, CDT Trivers Associates
  • 2.
    • The important thing is not to stop questioning.
    • - Albert Einstein
    Universal Design focuses the designer to think about how all people interact with their environment. RESPONSIBLE INVENTIVE SMART
  • 3.
      • 1. INTRODUCTION
      • 2. GENERAL UD FEATURES
      • 3. KITCHENS
      • A. LAYOUT AND DESIGN
      • B. EQUIPMENT
      • 4. BATHROOMS
      • A. LAYOUT AND DESIGN
      • B. FIXTURES
      • 5. SUMMARY
      • 6. QUESTIONS
  • 4.
    • Owner: McCormack Baron Salazar
    • Architect: Trivers Associates
    • Contractor: Brinkmann Constructors
    “ 6 North Apartments is the nations first large scale apartment building to incorporate the principles of Universal Design” INTRODUCTION
  • 5.
      • 1. INTRODUCTION
      • 2. GENERAL UD FEATURES
      • 3. KITCHENS
      • A. LAYOUT AND DESIGN
      • B. EQUIPMENT
      • 4. BATHROOMS
      • A. LAYOUT AND DESIGN
      • B. FIXTURES
      • 5. SUMMARY
      • 6. QUESTIONS
  • 6.
      • Step-less entrance
      • 5’-0” level areas at entry doors
      • Power assist doors
      • Covered entrance
      • 32” minimum clear door width
      • 18” clear on latch side of door
      • 42” minimum corridor width
      • Color contrast
      • Lever hardware
    GENERAL UNIVERSAL DESIGN FEATURES
  • 7. GENERAL UNIVERSAL DESIGN FEATURES
  • 8.
      • 1. INTRODUCTION
      • 2. GENERAL UD FEATURES
      • 3. KITCHENS
      • A. LAYOUT AND DESIGN
      • B. EQUIPMENT
      • 4. BATHROOMS
      • A. LAYOUT AND DESIGN
      • B. FIXTURES
      • 5. SUMMARY
      • 6. QUESTIONS
  • 9.
      • Cabinets
      • Counters
      • Clearances
    KITCHEN LAYOUT AND DESIGN
  • 10.
      • Wall cabinets with adjustable
      • shelves
      • Pantry with adjustable shelves
      • Pull–out shelves with full
      • extension hardware
      • 9”h x 6”d toe kick space
      • Lazy susan corner cabinets
      • Pull-out cutting board
    KITCHEN LAYOUT AND DESIGN - CABINETS
  • 11. KITCHEN LAYOUT AND DESIGN - CABINETS
  • 12. KITCHEN LAYOUT AND DESIGN - CABINETS
  • 13.
      • Varying height countertops
      • Continuous counter surface from refrigerator to stove to sink
      • Contrasting color
    KITCHEN LAYOUT AND DESIGN - COUNTERS
  • 14. KITCHEN LAYOUT AND DESIGN - COUNTERS
  • 15.
      • 48” minimum between
      • cabinets/walls
      • 29” min. clear knee space
      • below sink and workspace
      • Full open, slide back doors removable panels
      • open below
      • Extend floor finishes
      • 5’-0” turning diameter in every
      • room
    KITCHEN LAYOUT AND DESIGN - CLEARANCES
  • 16. KITCHEN LAYOUT AND DESIGN - CLEARANCES
  • 17.
      • 1. INTRODUCTION
      • 2. GENERAL UD FEATURES
      • 3. KITCHENS
      • A. LAYOUT AND DESIGN
      • B. EQUIPMENT
      • 4. BATHROOMS
      • A. LAYOUT AND DESIGN
      • B. FIXTURES
      • 5. SUMMARY
      • 6. QUESTIONS
  • 18.
      • Cooktops
      • Ovens
      • Refrigerators
      • Dishwashers
      • Sinks
    KITCHEN EQUIPMENT
  • 19. KITCHEN EQUIPMENT - COOK TOPS
      • Wall switch
      • Front mounted controls
      • Flush with counter
      • Color contrast
  • 20. KITCHEN EQUIPMENT – WALL OVENS
      • Rack aligns with counter
      • Simple controls
      • Self clean
  • 21. KITCHEN EQUIPMENT - REFRIGERATORS
      • Side-by-side
      • Water/ice dispenser
      • Adjustable shelves
      • 180 door swing
  • 22. KITCHEN EQUIPMENT - DISHWASHERS
      • Raised above floor
      • Simple controls
      • Adjustable racks
  • 23. KITCHEN EQUIPMENT - SINKS
      • Color contrast
      • Shallow depth
      • Rear drain
      • Single lever
      • Pull-out spray
      • Consider side mounted
      • controls
  • 24.
      • 1. INTRODUCTION
      • 2. GENERAL UD FEATURES
      • 3. KITCHENS
      • A. LAYOUT AND DESIGN
      • B. EQUIPMENT
      • 4. BATHROOMS
      • A. LAYOUT AND DESIGN
      • B. FIXTURES
      • 5. SUMMARY
      • 6. QUESTIONS
  • 25. BATHROOM LAYOUT AND DESIGN
      • Clearance
      • Building elements
  • 26. BATHROOM LAYOUT AND DESIGN - CLEARANCE
      • 5’-0” turning diameter
      • 30” x 48” clear floor space at
      • all fixtures
      • 3’-0” floor space front and
      • side of toilet
      • Toilet 18” from side wall
      • Lavatory counter 32”h. min.
      • with 29”h. knee space
  • 27. BATHROOM LAYOUT AND DESIGN - CLEARANCE
  • 28. BATHROOM LAYOUT AND DESIGN - ELEMENTS
      • Curbless roll-in showers
      • Broad blocking in walls
      • Full length mirrors
      • Grab bars double as towel bars
      • Accessible entry
  • 29. BATHROOM LAYOUT AND DESIGN - ELEMENTS
  • 30.
      • 1. INTRODUCTION
      • 2. GENERAL UD FEATURES
      • 3. KITCHENS
      • A. LAYOUT AND DESIGN
      • B. EQUIPMENT
      • 4. BATHROOMS
      • A. LAYOUT AND DESIGN
      • B. FIXTURES
      • 5. SUMMARY
      • 6. QUESTIONS
  • 31.
      • Toilet
      • Shower
      • Lavatory
      • Laundry
    BATHROOM FIXTURES
  • 32.
      • Flush control - open side
      • Elongated bowl
      • 17” to 19” seat height
    BATHROOM FIXTURES - TOILET
  • 33.
      • Hand-held shower heads –
      • adjustable
      • Single lever control
      • Anti-scald protection
      • Offset controls
      • Shower curtain
    BATHROOM FIXTURES - SHOWER
  • 34.
      • Single lever
      • Side mounted faucet
      • Shallow depth
      • Rear drain
    BATHROOM FIXTURES - LAVATORY
  • 35.
      • Front mounted controls
      • Front loading
      • Side hinged
      • Raised 6” off floor
      • Front lint screen
    BATHROOM FIXTURES - LAUNDRY
  • 36.
      • 1. INTRODUCTION
      • 2. GENERAL UD FEATURES
      • 3. KITCHENS
      • A. LAYOUT AND DESIGN
      • B. EQUIPMENT
      • 4. BATHROOMS
      • A. LAYOUT AND DESIGN
      • B. FIXTURES
      • 5. SUMMARY
      • 6. QUESTIONS
  • 37. Creativity requires the courage to let go of certainties. - Erich Fromm Let's drive not just breakthroughs in new products, but new ways to give more and more people access to these inventions and their benefits. This is a broad and important mission, and I believe we all have a part to play in it.” - Bill Gates
  • 38.
      • 1. INTRODUCTION
      • 2. GENERAL UD FEATURES
      • 3. KITCHENS
      • A. LAYOUT AND DESIGN
      • B. EQUIPMENT
      • 4. BATHROOMS
      • A. LAYOUT AND DESIGN
      • B. FIXTURES
      • 5. SUMMARY
      • 6. QUESTIONS
  • 39.