Habitat House 2012 Lauren Watts
In the Spring Semester the Interior Design Sophomore Studio , College of HumanEcology , East Carolina University took on t...
Client and Program
Design Concept
Bedroom1 Bathroom1 Bedroom2 Bathroom2 Linen Closet Laundry H-Vac   Living Kitchen Dining    Bedroom1    Bathroom1    Bedro...
N                                 N        Key                                           Immediate                        ...
10’                      15’             15’                                20’                            N              ...
N 1   FURNITURE FLOORPLANS7     SCALE ¼ “= 1’0”
N1    FINISH FLOORPLANS8   SCALE ¼ “= 1’-0”
1    FINISH SCHEDULES9   NOT TO SCALE
N 1    DOOR AND WINDOW MarksS10      SCALE ¼ “=1’-0”
1     WINDOW SCHEDULES11      NOT TO SCALE
1     DOOR SCHEDULES12      NOT TO SCALE
N 1    SECTION CUTSS13      SCALE ¼ “= 1’0”
1    TRANSVERSE SECTIONS14    SCALE ¼ “= 1’-0” 2    LONGITUDINAL SECTIONS14   SCALE ¼ “= 1’-0”
1     SOLAR WATER COLLECTORSS15   NOT TO SCALE
N 1    ELEVATION REFERENCES16      SCALE ¼ “= 1’0”
1     NORTH-SOUTH ELEVATIONS17     SCALE ¼ “= 1’   2       EAST-WEST ELEVATION  S17      SCALE ¼ “= 1’
1    PERSPECTIVE 1S18      NOT TO SCALE
1     PERSPECTIVE 2S19      NOT TO SCALE
WITNER MORING                      WINTER NOON                      WINTER EVENING                            N 1    WINTE...
SUMMER MORNING                       SUMMER NOON                      SUMMER EVENING                               N 1    ...
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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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  1. 1. Habitat House 2012 Lauren Watts
  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. Client and Program
  4. 4. Design Concept
  5. 5. Bedroom1 Bathroom1 Bedroom2 Bathroom2 Linen Closet Laundry H-Vac Living Kitchen Dining Bedroom1 Bathroom1 Bedroom2 Bathroom2 Linen closet Laundry H-VAC Living Kitchen DiningKey Immediate 1 Adjacency Matrix Convenient S4 Scale = ¼’ =1’-0” No Relationship
  6. 6. N N Key Immediate Convenient1 BUBBLE DIAGRAM AND ROUGH FLOORPLAN PrivateS5 Scale = ¼’ =1”-0” Semi Private Public
  7. 7. 10’ 15’ 15’ 20’ N N1 Site PlanS6 Scale = 3/16’ =1”-0”
  8. 8. N 1 FURNITURE FLOORPLANS7 SCALE ¼ “= 1’0”
  9. 9. N1 FINISH FLOORPLANS8 SCALE ¼ “= 1’-0”
  10. 10. 1 FINISH SCHEDULES9 NOT TO SCALE
  11. 11. N 1 DOOR AND WINDOW MarksS10 SCALE ¼ “=1’-0”
  12. 12. 1 WINDOW SCHEDULES11 NOT TO SCALE
  13. 13. 1 DOOR SCHEDULES12 NOT TO SCALE
  14. 14. N 1 SECTION CUTSS13 SCALE ¼ “= 1’0”
  15. 15. 1 TRANSVERSE SECTIONS14 SCALE ¼ “= 1’-0” 2 LONGITUDINAL SECTIONS14 SCALE ¼ “= 1’-0”
  16. 16. 1 SOLAR WATER COLLECTORSS15 NOT TO SCALE
  17. 17. N 1 ELEVATION REFERENCES16 SCALE ¼ “= 1’0”
  18. 18. 1 NORTH-SOUTH ELEVATIONS17 SCALE ¼ “= 1’ 2 EAST-WEST ELEVATION S17 SCALE ¼ “= 1’
  19. 19. 1 PERSPECTIVE 1S18 NOT TO SCALE
  20. 20. 1 PERSPECTIVE 2S19 NOT TO SCALE
  21. 21. WITNER MORING WINTER NOON WINTER EVENING N 1 WINTER SHADOWS20 NOT TO SCALE
  22. 22. SUMMER MORNING SUMMER NOON SUMMER EVENING N 1 SUMMER SHADOWS21 NOT TO SCALE

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