THE MCALLISTER FAMILYSHABITAT HOMELindsey WestphalIDSN 2850Spring 2012
In the Spring Semester the Interior Design Sophomore Studio , College of HumanEcology , East Carolina University took on t...
Grandma McAllister- diagnosed withAlzheimer’s- husbandpassed away- moved to livewith her son andhis family- needs apersona...
Mr. & Mrs. McAllister- Mr. McAllisterlost his job- Mrs. McAllisteris a stay at homemom- need apersonal space,as well as sp...
Sarah & Laura McAllister- Sarah is 7 andLaura is 9- Sarah isoutdoorsy; Laurais a girly-girl- very close bond- need their o...
1    JOURNAL ENTRIESS.6
Journal: Week 1                         {apply for a Habitat Home}   Grandpa McAllister passed away, leaving Grandma McAl...
Journal: Week 2                                 {needs and wants}   Different aspects need to be part of the design in or...
Journal: Week 3                        {design concept}   We were presented the design concept this week, which is    tit...
Journal: Week 4                          {Sara and Laura’s hobbies}   Sarah and Laura, are ages 7 and 9.   The girls, al...
Journal: Week 5                      {ramp}   In order to design our house universally and for    guests with disabilitie...
Journal: Week 6                   {open concept}   Another aspect that is being included in the    design of our new home...
Journal: Week 7                        {design development}   The model of our home exhibits the needs our family has.  ...
Journal: Week 8                                  {energy efficiency}   Our building contractor recently introduced us to ...
‘Nature takes it’s Course’   as a design concept  portrays the McAllister     family’s love of spending time together   ou...
Bedroom   Bedroom     Bedroom    Master                        Dining      Living   Laundry                               ...
N                         ENTRANCE   Laundry                             2       Room                                     ...
1N                      LAUNDRY                       ROOM                                                BEDROOM         ...
N                                 1 S23                                          1                                        ...
1      N – S ELEVATIONS.21     SCALE: 1/4” = 1 ‘ 0 “                                 7                                 9  ...
N                                    1                                   S23     1    E – W SECTION    S.23 SCALE: 1/4” = ...
N      1    THE MCALLISTER HABITAT HOME MODEL    S.26           SCALE: ¼” = 1’ – 0”
N      1    DOOR AND WINDOW SCHEDULE    S.27           SCALE: ¼” = 1’ – 0”    *each closet will be painted with Flat White...
L – hand        Door #         Size            Type      Hardware   Remarks                   1X      3’ – 0” x 6’ – 10”  ...
A                                                             C           Window                      Size      Type     F...
Room                                               Wall                        Ceiling             Room Name    Floor   Ba...
Dormers are used as asource of light, as well                             Tankless water heaters     as a source of       ...
Landscaping is                       placed around                       the exterior of                                  ...
Oak Tree                   (South side)                                  Alpine Currant Hedge                             ...
N               April, 9:30 a.m.       April, 5 p.m.      1    SEASONAL SHADOWS: SPRING    S.34           N.T.S.
N                July, 9:30 a.m.       July, 5 p.m.      1    SEASONAL SHADOWS: SUMMER    S.35           N.T.S.
N           August, 9:30 a.m.          August, 5 p.m.  1    Seasonal Shadows: Early FallS.36       N.T.S.
N            December, 9:30 a.m.       December, 5 p.m.      1    SEASONAL SHADOWS: WINTER    S.37           N.T.S.
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In the Spring Semester the Interior Design Sophomore Studio , College of Human Ecology , East Carolina University took on the challenge of designing houses that are sustainable and more varied than plans that might have been generated to date. This is in keeping with the University's committment to be a leader in engaged scholarship as well as community service. The students were excited that their work would be put to use. So what we offer here are 18 new plans for Habitat Houses that can be used by anyone who might profit from the student work.

Each house has an imaginary family that the student designers kept in mind in view of the design profession that they will soon join is a service profession: there will be clients for all of the projects that these students will design as practicing interior designers. While these families are fictional , essentially placemarkers in the process of learning to design for others you are welcome to substitute your family, friends or members of the community for the prototype client and use the organizational or program drawings, the plans, elevations and sections and scchedules to extend the student work. We are at the end of our semester so we dedicate our efforts to your use.

Hunt McKinnon
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Habitat for Humanity, Lindsey Westphal

  1. 1. THE MCALLISTER FAMILYSHABITAT HOMELindsey WestphalIDSN 2850Spring 2012
  2. 2. In the Spring Semester the Interior Design Sophomore Studio , College of HumanEcology , East Carolina University took on the challenge of designing houses that aresustainable and more varied than plans that might have been generated to date. This isin keeping with the Universitys committment to be a leader in engaged scholarship aswell as community service. The students were excited that their work would be put touse. So what we offer here are 18 new plans for Habitat Houses that can be used byanyone who might profit from the student work. Each house has an imaginary family that the student designers kept in mind in view ofthe design profession that they will soon join is a service profession: there will be clientsfor all of the projects that these students will design as practicing interior designers.While these families are fictional , essentially placemarkers in the process of learning todesign for others you are welcome to substitute your family, friends or members of thecommunity for the prototype client and use the organizational or program drawings, theplans, elevations and sections and scchedules to extend the student work. We are at theend of our semester so we dedicate our efforts to your use.Hunt McKinnonInstructor of Record
  3. 3. Grandma McAllister- diagnosed withAlzheimer’s- husbandpassed away- moved to livewith her son andhis family- needs apersonalbedroom andeasily accessiblespace
  4. 4. Mr. & Mrs. McAllister- Mr. McAllisterlost his job- Mrs. McAllisteris a stay at homemom- need apersonal space,as well as spaceto spend timetogether as afamily
  5. 5. Sarah & Laura McAllister- Sarah is 7 andLaura is 9- Sarah isoutdoorsy; Laurais a girly-girl- very close bond- need their ownbedrooms- want abackyard to playin
  6. 6. 1 JOURNAL ENTRIESS.6
  7. 7. Journal: Week 1 {apply for a Habitat Home} Grandpa McAllister passed away, leaving Grandma McAllister living by herself Grandma McAllister was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s 6 years ago, can’t live alone so she came to live with her son and his family Mr. McAllister lost his job a few months after Grandma McAllister moved in with us; his is the only family income Our home was foreclosed, as we could no longer afford it Applied for and got accepted for a Habitat Home Aspects that should be included in our new home: A bedroom for Grandma McAllister Sarah and Laura in their own rooms Backyard Open floor plan for entertaining and spending time together as a family
  8. 8. Journal: Week 2 {needs and wants} Different aspects need to be part of the design in order to accommodate our family’s fairly new living arrangements Grandma McAllister’s bedroom should be located close to the Master Bedroom The children’s rooms should be near each other, as well as near the Master Bedroom The rest of the house needs to be in an open floor plan to accommodate entertaining and spending time together as a family. Would like for our new home to reflect that we are a close knit family, as well as be a place for us to enjoy living and starting
  9. 9. Journal: Week 3 {design concept} We were presented the design concept this week, which is titled ‘Nature Takes its Course’. As a family, we have always loved spending time together outdoors, whether it be on a summer afternoon in the backyard or on a family vacation camping at the lake. My husband and I loved traveling and spending time outdoors before we had children, and now that we have Sara and Laura, we love going on family picnics in the park and enjoying the gift of nature as well. Each of us immediately connected in our own way to the design concept. Always, Mrs. McAllister
  10. 10. Journal: Week 4 {Sara and Laura’s hobbies} Sarah and Laura, are ages 7 and 9. The girls, although very close to each other, could not have more opposite personalities. Sarah is a very outdoorsy child, loves spending time in nature, learning about wildlife, camping, and rock climbing. Laura is a very girly girl who loves fashion, dressing up, and playing with her dolls. Getting her hands dirty is definitely not one of her favorite things; however, she does love playing outside with her sister during the warm weather months. They love to have picnics together, play pretend, and even go swimming. Laura, the older sister, looks after Sarah when she goes on her adventures, making sure she doesn’t get into any trouble. Laura loves playing dress up and putting Sarah’s hair in a silly looking up- do, and even though Sarah would rather be outside catching butterflies, they play well together and love to spend time together as sisters. Always, Mrs. McAllister
  11. 11. Journal: Week 5 {ramp} In order to design our house universally and for guests with disabilities, the exterior section includes a ramp that leads up to the porch on the south facing side of the house. The beginning of the ramp is next to a second entrance/exit to our home, so there is more than one way to get into and exit the home and go to the driveway. If need be and a guest that is handicapped visits us, the ramp leads up to the porch where the front entrance of the house is located.
  12. 12. Journal: Week 6 {open concept} Another aspect that is being included in the design of our new home as far as the open design plan goes is an open living room, dining room, and kitchen. I can be in the kitchen and see the children in the living room, or if we have guests over and are eating in the dining room, we can still converse with other guests that are in the living room. Great to have the type of space that we need in order to entertain and spend quality time
  13. 13. Journal: Week 7 {design development} The model of our home exhibits the needs our family has. The layout has private bedrooms on one side of the house, while the public spaces are open and connected on the other side of the house. Grandma McAllister will have her own bedroom and bathroom The girls get their own rooms, right next to each other The Master Bedroom and bathroom design offers us a private space to relax The design is very simple and classic; a ranch style home, it will serve the purposes that our family has requested. I can really see how the ‘nature takes its course’ concept is being applied to the design of our home through the open concept and flowing pathways that connect each room, via
  14. 14. Journal: Week 8 {energy efficiency} Our building contractor recently introduced us to some ideas on how to keep our home energy efficient, as well as in our small budget. A few of these ideas include: Dormers Sealing the shell of the home to prevent air infiltration or exfiltration; Insulating Concrete Forms (ICFs Energy Star rated dishwasher and refrigerator in order to decrease energy use A tank less water heater Keep shady landscaping around our home to Using compact fluorescent bulbs to save on the electricity bill Each of these energy saving tips will be great to include in the construction of our home in order to reduce our future energy bills Always, Mrs. McAllister
  15. 15. ‘Nature takes it’s Course’ as a design concept portrays the McAllister family’s love of spending time together outdoors, as well as provides a basis for an open, flowing floor planto mimic the fluid path of a river. 1 CONCEPT: NATURE TAKES IT’S COURSE S.15
  16. 16. Bedroom Bedroom Bedroom Master Dining Living Laundry Bathroom Kitchen Porch 1 2 3 Bedroom Room Room RoomBedroom 1Bedroom 2Bedroom 3 MasterBedroomBathroom Kitchen Dining Room Living Room Laundry Room Porch Public; Major Adjacency 1 ADJACENCY DIAGRAM KEY Semi-private; Minor Adjacency S.16 SCALE: ¼” = 1’ – 0” Private; No relationship
  17. 17. N ENTRANCE Laundry 2 Room Bedroom 2 KEY Bedroom 3 Bathroom Hallway sunlight immediately adjacent acoustic privacy Kitchen Public; Major Adjacency Living Semi-private; Room Minor Adjacency Private; Dining No relationship Room 1 BUBBLE DIAGRAM ENTRANCE 1 S.17 Porch SCALE: ¼” = 1’ – 0”
  18. 18. 1N LAUNDRY ROOM BEDROOM 2ENTRANCE B.R. 2 BEDROOM 3 B.R. KITCHEN LIVING ROOM DINING ROOM PORCH 1 ROUGH BUBBLE PLAN ENTRANCE 1 S.18 SCALE: ¼” = 1’ – 0”
  19. 19. N 1 S23 1 S22 1 FLOOR PLAN S.20 SCALE: 1/4” = 1 ‘ 0 “
  20. 20. 1 N – S ELEVATIONS.21 SCALE: 1/4” = 1 ‘ 0 “ 7 9 2 E - W ELEVATIONS.21 SCALE: 1/4” = 1‘ - 0 “
  21. 21. N 1 S23 1 E – W SECTION S.23 SCALE: 1/4” = 1 ‘ - 0 “
  22. 22. N 1 THE MCALLISTER HABITAT HOME MODEL S.26 SCALE: ¼” = 1’ – 0”
  23. 23. N 1 DOOR AND WINDOW SCHEDULE S.27 SCALE: ¼” = 1’ – 0” *each closet will be painted with Flat White paint, and flooring will be wood.
  24. 24. L – hand Door # Size Type Hardware Remarks 1X 3’ – 0” x 6’ – 10” R-hand LEVER paneled 2X 3’ – 0” x 6’ – 10” L-hand LEVER paneled 3X 3’ – 0” x 6’ – 10” L-hand LEVER paneled 4X 3’ – 0” x 6’ – 10” LEVER R – hand R-hand paneled 5X 3’ – 0” x 6’ – 10” R-hand LEVER paneled 6X 3’ – 0” x 6’ – 10” R-hand LEVER paneled 7X 3’ – 0” x 6’ – 10” L-hand LEVER paneled 8X 3’ – 0” x 6’ – 10” L-hand LEVER paneled bi - fold 9X 3’ – 0” x 6’ – 10” L-hand LEVER paneled 10X 3’ – 0” x 6’ – 10” L-hand LEVER paneled 11X 3’ – 0” x 6’ – 10” L-hand LEVER paneled 1Y 3’ – 0” x 6’ – 10” bi-fold LEVER - 2Y 3’ – 0” x 6’ – 10” bi-fold LEVER - 11Y 3’ – 0” x 6’ – 10” bi-fold LEVER - 1 DOOR SCHEDULES.28
  25. 25. A C Window Size Type Finish Quantity Letter 3’ – 0” DOUBLE PAINTED A X HUNG WOOD 1 5’ – 0” 3’ – 0” DOUBLE PAINTEDB B X HUNG WOOD 4 D 3’ – 0” 4’ – 0” DOUBLE PAINTED C X HUNG WOOD 4 4’ – 0” 5’ – 0” DOUBLE PAINTED D X HUNG WOOD 1 5’ – 0” 1 WINDOW SCHEDULES.29
  26. 26. Room Wall Ceiling Room Name Floor Base Remarks # N S E W Material Height 1 Bedroom 1 W W P1 P1 P1 P1 GYP BD 9’ – 0” *see closet notes 2 Bedroom 2 W W P2 P2 P2 P2 GYP BD 9’ – 0” *see closet notes 3 Bathroom T W P3 P3 P3 P3 GYP BD 9’ – 0” - 4 Living W W P4 - P4 P4 GYP BD 9’ – 0” - 5 Dining W W - P4 P4 P4 GYP BD 9’ – 0” - 6 Kitchen W W - P5 P5 P5 GYP BD 9’ – 0” - 7 Bedroom 3 W W P6 P6 P6 P6 GYP BD 9’ – 0” *see closet notes 8 Bathroom T W P7 P7 P7 P7 GYP BD 9’ – 0” - 9 Laundry W W P1 P1 P1 P1 GYP BD 9’ – 0” - 10 M. Bath T W P5 P5 P5 P5 GYP BD 9’ – 0” - 11 M. Bedroom W W P8 P8 P8 P8 GYP BD 9’ – 0” *see closet notes W P T GYP BD 1 FINISH SCHEDULE gypsum wood paint tile S.30 board
  27. 27. Dormers are used as asource of light, as well Tankless water heaters as a source of are energy efficient ventilation for upper water heating systems levels of a home. that provide water only when it is needed. Compact fluorescent light bulbs reduce the amount of greenhouse gases that are emitted, and are also energy efficient. 1 ENERGY EFFICIENCY S.31
  28. 28. Landscaping is placed around the exterior of Solar tubes the house to provide an provide proper abundance of shade. cool, clear lighting in any interior space during the day.Insulating Concrete Forms (ICFs) are a cheaper type of Photovoltaic insulation that solar panels keeps concrete in absorb sunlight place for and converts the permanent light energy intobuilding insulation. electricity for your home. 1 ENERGY EFFICIENCY CONT. S.32
  29. 29. Oak Tree (South side) Alpine Currant Hedge (West side) 1 EXTERIOR VEGITATIONS.33 N.T.S.
  30. 30. N April, 9:30 a.m. April, 5 p.m. 1 SEASONAL SHADOWS: SPRING S.34 N.T.S.
  31. 31. N July, 9:30 a.m. July, 5 p.m. 1 SEASONAL SHADOWS: SUMMER S.35 N.T.S.
  32. 32. N August, 9:30 a.m. August, 5 p.m. 1 Seasonal Shadows: Early FallS.36 N.T.S.
  33. 33. N December, 9:30 a.m. December, 5 p.m. 1 SEASONAL SHADOWS: WINTER S.37 N.T.S.

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