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  • 1. COMMERCIAL DRAWINGS
  • 2. PROJECTS 01 Nfusion Marketing Agency 02 San Marcos Gateway Project 03 Solstice Rehabilitation Center
  • 3. NFUSIONMarketing Agency
  • 4. PROPOSAL NFUSION ADVERTISING AGENCY
  • 5. NFUSION ADVERTISING AGENCY
  • 6. NFUSION ADVERTISING AGENCY
  • 7. BUBBLE DIAGRAMS FIGURE ONE: PROCESS AND DEVELOPMENT OF AREAS FIGURE TWO: PROCESS AND DEVELOPMENT OF AREASID 3323: STUDIO TWO - COMMERCIAL DESIGNnFUSION ADVERTISING AGENCY - PROGRAMMING PHASEFigure 1 and 2 are examples of standard practices of the space planning process.. The circles represent the number of people within a particular area. The larger the circle,the greater the area is covered, vice versa. The dots and lines represent major and minor adjacencies.
  • 8. 03 FINISHED FLOOR PLAN 02 05 05 04 01 06 LEGEND 07 09 09 08 13 12 11 11 08 10 14 11 14 14 11 23 11 15 16 17 16 16 16 17 22 20 21 19 18 17ID 3323: STUDIO TWO - COMMERCIAL DESIGNnFUSION ADVERTISING AGENCY - FLOOR PLANnFusion’s workplace is approximately 12,000 square feet. The space is located on the second floor of an office building overlooking a small lake in Austin, Texas.
  • 9. PROCESS DRAWINGSFIGURE ONE: PRELIMINARY PERSPECTIVE OF RECEPTION FIGURE TWO: PRELIMINARY PERSPECTIVE OF RECEPTION AREA.ID 3323: STUDIO TWO - COMMERCIAL DESIGNnFusion ADVERTISING AGENCY - RECEPTION AREABoth figure 1 and 2 are considered preliminary perspectives because of their lack of detail and overall design. Yet, tthey do play a purpose earlier on in the preliminaryprocess. The perspectives can, at times, display the designers visiion and direction. For example, what is common in both perspectives is the use of circles, some overlappingand some not. Use of the circles was part of the design concept and also a request from nFusion.
  • 10. RENDERED PERSPECTIVEID 3323: STUDIO TWO - COMMERCIAL DESIGNnFusion ADVERTISING AGENCY - RECEPTION AREAThe perspective shown is the final perspective that is presented. After multiple revisions are made, the final one is created. As shown, the use of the nFusion’s logo and colorswere implemented in the design. From the custom reception desk to the wall, each element is joined as one.
  • 11. PRELIMINARY BOARD WORKID 3323: STUDIO TWO - COMMERCIAL DESIGNnFusion ADVERTISING AGENCY - PRELIMINARY BOARDFor this preliminary board, it was important to summarize my design concept. Each picture and drawing represents a typical item of my design concept.
  • 12. BOARD WORKID 3323: STUDIO TWO - COMMERCIAL DESIGNnFusion ADVERTISING AGENCY - FINAL BOARDFinal boards are usually done by hand, but in this case, this one was done using POWERPOINT. With this final board, it was necessary that I covered each main area. Thetype and description of each item is also important to address in the development and presentation of a board.
  • 13. SPECIFICATION SHEET FIGURE TWO: ANCILLARY FURNITURE SPECIFICATIONS FIGURE ONE: WORKSTATION SPECIFICATION SHEETID 3323: STUDIO TWO - COMMERCIAL DESIGNnFUSION AVERTISING AGENCY - OFFICE SYSTEMBoth figures are examples of specification sheets that would be used by the contractors to construct office furniture systems. The specification sheets consist of a detail list inquantity, dimensions, finishes, and product code numbers from the supplier. For each furniture and equipment is addressed in same fashion.
  • 14. SAN MARCOS Gateway Project
  • 15. PROPOSAL SAN MARCOS GATEWAY PROJECT
  • 16. Note: Proposal of project was written byApril Crofford and Andrea Wilde.SAN MARCOS GATEWAY PROJECT
  • 17. ORIGINAL FLOOR PLANID 4323: STUDIO THREE - RESEARCH/ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGNSAN MARCOS GATEWAY PROJECTThrough its odd shape, the commerical building had many probems for our design group. Most of the problems occured around areas that had columns or from the existingplumbing. Yet, through it all, the design group was able to overcome and proceed in the design process.
  • 18. FINAL FLOOR PLAN 05 04 04 03 02 01 LEGEND 06 07 13 14 12 12 08 09 10 11ID 4323: STUDIO THREE - RESEARCH/ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGNSAN MARCOS GATEWAY PROJECTThe success of the floor plan developed through research, and an emphasis on function and flow of the space.
  • 19. ELEVATIONS FIGURE ONE: SOUTH ELEVATOIN FIGURE TWO: WEST ELEVATIONID 4323: STUDIO THREE - RESEARCH/ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGNSAN MARCOS GATEWAY PROJECTSouth elevation was designed for the intent to attract tourists and businesses. However, despite the success, only parts of the facade are shown. A liquor store is situated rightin front of the south part of the building covering the majority of it. In order to adapt to the problem, Ive placed all signs and information above the roof line of teh liquor store.The west elevation continues the mural of the south part of the building. I’ve kept the existing material for the exterior face of the building. The owner’s arch doorways used.
  • 20. SECTIONS LEGEND 01 Upscale Bakery 02 01 02 Antique ShopID 4323: STUDIO THREE - RESEARCH/ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGNSAN MARCOS GATEWAY PROJECTBoth sections show partial views of the upscale bakery, antique shop, comunity theatre, and ticket booth. The community theatre continues the mural design that both the southand west elevation have.
  • 21. SITE PLAN 02 04 04 03 01 LEGEND 01 Loading Dock for Antique Shop 02 Ramp w/steps for Antique Shop 03 Loading Dock for Theatre 04 Exit 05 Additional Seat- ing (Outside) 05ID 4323: STUDIO THREE - RESEARCH/ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGNSAN MARCOS GATEWAY PROJECTMajority of the parking spaces haven’t changed. The south side exits and entrances have changed to comply with accessibility codes. The main entrance to the building ison the west side of the building.
  • 22. RENDERED ELEVATIONID 4323: STUDIO THREE - RESEARCH/ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGNSAN MARCOS GATEWAY PROJECT - AUTODESK IMPRESSIONThe south elevation was rendered using AUTODESK IMPRESSION.
  • 23. RENDERED ELEVATIONID 4323: STUDIO THREE - RESEARCH/ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGNSAN MARCOS GATEWAY PROJECT - AUTODESK IMPRESSIONWest elevation was rendered using AUTODESK IMPRESSION.
  • 24. RENDERED SECTIONID 4323: STUDIO THREE - RESEARCH/ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGNSAN MARCOS GATEWAY PROJECT - AUTODESK IMPRESSIONRendered sections are rendered using AUTODESK IMPRESSION.
  • 25. RENDERED SECTIONID 4323: STUDIO THREE - RESEARCH/ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGNSAN MARCOS GATEWAY PROJECT - AUTODESK IMPRESSIONRendered sections are renered using AUTODESK IMPRESSION.
  • 26. RENDERED PERSPECTIVEID 4323: STUDIO THREE - RESEARCH/ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGNSAN MARCOS GATEWAY PROJECT - UPSCALE BAKERYThe upscale bakery was chosen for the perspective. The perspective was rendered by using markers and color pencils. The perspective shows the display area/shelves,partial seitting, flooring/ceiling, and custom structure for the pendant lights.
  • 27. FIGURE ONE: PROCESS ONE FIGURE THREE: PROCESS TWO FIGURE FOUR: PRELIMINARY ELEVATION FIGURE TWO: PROCESS THREEPROCESS DRAWINGSRESEARCH/ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN - COMMUNITY THEATREThe first part of the design process is the development phase. The development phase includes the process drawings. Figure one and two illustratethe bubble diagram technique used to develop a hierarchy of primary and secondary spaces. Figure three and four are examples of sketches used torecord ideas and thoughts that ultimately lead to the design of the final floor plan.
  • 28. PROPOSAL SOLSTICE REHABILITATION CENTER
  • 29. FIRST FLOOR 11 10 01 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 12 09 08 07 06 05 04 03 02 13 14 15 16 17 LEGEND 18 19 17 Storage - Supply 18 Medium Restroom - Male 20 19 Medium Restroom - Female 20 Waiting AreaID 4324: STUDIO FOUR - CONTEMPORARY DESIGN ISSUESSOLSTICE REHABILITATION CENTERThe First Floor holds all the administrative offices. The design of the First Floor was to maximum the amount of natural light entering the building, and to minimize barriersthroughout the space. The main entrance is on the north side, secondary on the south side, and exits on the east and west side of teh building.
  • 30. 01 22 07 22 SECOND FLOOR 22 09 22 12 15 22 16 07 07 02 04 03 21 20 19 18 17 09 13 11 10 08 06 05 04 03 02 14 01 22 24 22 LEGEND 15 Cafeteria 16 Janitor Room 22 17 Mechanical Room 09 18 Emergency Room 19 Fitness Room 22 20 Discussion Room 21 Classroom 22 Patient Housing 22 07 01ID 4324: STUDIO FOUR - CONTEMPORARY DESIGN ISSUESSOLSTICE REHABILITATION CENTERThe Second Floor holds the staff and patients. The Second Floor is divided by the east and west wing. The east wing houses the living quarters for the patients. The westwing is the central hub of the rehabilitation center.
  • 31. SITE/LANDSCAPE DESIGN 06 07 01 01 LEGEND 01 Nurse Housing 02 Docking Area 03 Parking - Pesonnel 03 04 Sidewalk 05 Parking - Visitors 06 Walkway - East Wing 07 Street - Two Way Lane 01 08 Street - One Way Lane 11 Loading Dock 08 11 01 02 01 07 05 07 04 08ID 4324: STUDIO FOUR - CONTEMPORARY DESIGNSOLSTICE REHABILITATION CENTERThe Site Plan is an aerial view of teh facility. The purpose of the plan is to address the orientation of the building to the site. The plan also presents the design and implemen-tation of state and local codes for the safety of the patients, staff, and visitors traveling to and from the building.
  • 32. 3-D MODELFIGURE ONE: SOUTH SIDE FIGURE TWO: NORTH SIDEFIGURE THREE: SITE PLAN FIGURE FOUR: EXTERIOR WALK WAYID 4324: STUDIO FOUR - CONTEMPORARY DESIGNSOLSTICE REHABILITATION CENTER - SKETCH-UP DRAWINGSAll four still images were produces either using Google SKETCH-UP and EARTH. Figure one, two, and four were created in Google SKETCH-UP, and present certain designfeatures that are typical or unique to the building. Figure three combines the use of Google EARTH and SKETCH-UP to present an aerial view of the orientation of the building,and overall site.
  • 33. SPECIFICATION SHEETID 4324: STUDIO FOUR - CONTEMPORARY DESIGNSOLSTICE REHABILITATION CENTERPart of the design process involves developing a detail list of materials called Specification Sheets. In this example, I am addressing four different materials that were eitherused for the exterior or interior of the building. Specific information is also gathered and addressed for each material.
  • 34. PROCESS DRAWINGS FIGURE ONE: FIRST FLOOR (PROCESS ONE) FIGURE ONE: FIRST FLOOR (PROCESS THREE) FIGURE ONE: FIRST FLOOR (PROCESS TWO) FIGURE ONE: FIRST FLOOR (PROCESS FOUR)ID 4324: STUDIO FOUR - CONTEMPORARY DESIGNSOLSTICE REHABILIATATION CENTER - FLOOR PLANSAll four images illustrate the process of ideas through sketches callded Process Drawings. For every process drawing there is one idea. In this example, starting from figureone, one notices the progression of ideas in the design of the first floor plan.