+    Habitat Housing Plans    IDSN 2850    Sydney Durrett
+    Program Statement:   The Habitat for Humanity project is based on the Jefferson Family.    Based on the background o...
+    Meet the Jeffersons:       Habitat for Humanity has saved mourning Jefferson family from the        loss of their lo...
+    Needs & Wants:    The 3- bedroom house is a cozy one-story that can accommodate all of Tom    and Brady’s wants and n...
+    Journal Entries    Dear Journal,       Brady started back to preschool today for the first time since Beth’s acciden...
Block Floor Plan                                         CLOSET               LIVINGROOM               LIVINGROOM         ...
DINING ROOM                       FRONT PORCH  MAJOR RELATIONSHIP                                     LIVINGROOM          ...
HVAC             CLOSET                                                              BRADY’S                              ...
+    Journal Entry    Dear Journal,       This past week has been a busy one. Monday – Wednesday we        began laying t...
NENTRY         1     FLOORPLAN        S10              SCALE ¼’’ = 1’0’’
+    What are solar panels?   Solar energy is one of the most bountiful sources of    energy on our planet. It is also co...
+    Design Concept:   Tom and Beth Jefferson spent a memorable    week in the Grand Canyon after they tied the    knot. ...
Design Concept:
1     PERSPECTIVES16      LIVING ROOM
2    PERSPECTIVES17        KITCHEN
N                                  S2ENTRY   S1              1    SECTION CUTS             S21
N 2    NORTH SIDES22   SECTION 1
N 2    SOUTH SIDES23      SECTION 1
KEY:Finished Schedule                                                          NAME             DESCRIPTION               ...
N                                                    P                                            W       10        P     ...
Door Schedule DOOR LETTER       SIZ               TYPE                 HARDWARE           REMARKS     1X        3’0’’x 7’0...
N                                                                                                   10X                   ...
Window Schedule   WINDOW       SIZE              TYPE        FINISH   QUALITY   NOTES    LETTER     A       3’0’’ x 5’0’’ ...
A                                                                             N                                           ...
N+    Model Snapshots
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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.

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  1. 1. + Habitat Housing Plans IDSN 2850 Sydney Durrett
  2. 2. + Program Statement: The Habitat for Humanity project is based on the Jefferson Family. Based on the background of the family and their living circumstances, Tom and Brady will need specific needs and wants for their new home.
  3. 3. + Meet the Jeffersons:  Habitat for Humanity has saved mourning Jefferson family from the loss of their loving mother and wife. Beth Jefferson was a 27-year old woman fighting for her country over in Afghanistan. Due to a gun misfire she was tragically killed overseas leaving her husband Tom and their 4- year old son Brady without a wife and mother. Beth was the primary breadwinner for the Jefferson household so her death not only devastated the family; it also devastated their finances.  Prior to Beth’s death, the Jefferson’s lived on base in Jacksonville, North Carolina. They weren’t the nicest homes but it provided a roof over their heads with expenses already paid for. The single parent income was still not enough for the Jefferson’s to afford daycare for Brady; therefore Tom became a stay-at home dad.  Tom and Brady are slowly adjusting to the loss of their loving Beth but its taking time and help from Habitat for Humanity. With Tom’s free time, him and other Habitat volunteers helped provide them with a new start and a roof over their head.
  4. 4. + Needs & Wants: The 3- bedroom house is a cozy one-story that can accommodate all of Tom and Brady’s wants and needs.  Since it’s only the two of them, one of the bedrooms will be used as Tom’s office to find work. It will also be used for the part-time Internet jobs Tom finds time-to-time to help pay the bills. The office will also allow Tom to stay home with Brady until he enters Kindergarten. The office is located directly next to Brady’s room so it’s easy access to reach Brady if needed.  The house includes a front porch and eventually a spacious back patio where Tom and Brady can enjoy the outdoors. Tom finds the sunshine and outdoors healing so he was sure to include windows in almost every room allowing lots natural light in. The back patio Tom plans to build will be his area of relaxation and a place to reflect on his new life.  The kitchen is spacious and open to both the dining room and living room so Tom is able to keep an eye on Brady while preparing their meals. The kitchen also includes a sit down bar, which ads extra counter space and another seating area for the two.
  5. 5. + Journal Entries Dear Journal,  Brady started back to preschool today for the first time since Beth’s accident. He seemed to be fairly upbeat so maybe getting back into a routine will help not remind him of what happened. It sure isn’t helping me, but nothing seems to these days. I’m trying to put on a happy face for my son but it’s still a struggle. I am hoping building this house will be a distraction from the mourning of the love of my life. Dear Journal,  Habitat for Humanity signed off on the finalized house plans last week, which is a huge step forward. I wish so badly Beth was here to tell me how the kitchen should be laid out, and how big the living room should be, etc., etc. She was always so good at that sort of stuff. We have been living with my sister the past month so I’m sure moving into this house will be a huge relief. She has been so helpful and supportive to Brady and I with adjusting to everything, but I’m sure also a burden for her as well. Hopefully this new house will allow a fresh start for our family. Dear Journal,  We begin the building process next week, which is extremely exciting. I need something to fill my days while Brady is at Preschool. Brady seems just as excited to be able to have his own bedroom. I designed the house to be a fairly open floor plan since it’s only me watching Brady. In our previous house on the Base every room was divided by walls not leaving much open room and making the house feel smaller then it was. It was also difficult to get things done around the house with Brady home because I wasn’t able to keep an eye out for him at all times. I also added a third bedroom for my office. That will be helpful for the job hunting as well as the part time work I’m able to find online. One of my favorite parts about the house is the large front and back porch. That will be perfect in the spring and summer time so Brady and I can play ball or ride his bike in the street while I watch him from the porch. Well I’m exhausted and must be up early to get some of the materials for the house tomorrow but I will update you soon on the house building.
  6. 6. Block Floor Plan CLOSET LIVINGROOM LIVINGROOM BRADY’S BEDROOM 1 OFFICE COAT OFFICE CLOSET BEDROOM HVACENTRY LAUNDRY HALLWAY MASTER BATH CLOSET BATHROOM TOM’S KITCHEN MASTER KITCHEN BEDROOM DINING DINNING BEDROOM MASTER MASTER ROOM ROOM LAUNDRY PANTRY BATH BATH UTILITIES PUBLIC PRIVATE SEMI -PUBLIC STORAGE
  7. 7. DINING ROOM FRONT PORCH MAJOR RELATIONSHIP LIVINGROOM BACK PATIO BATHROOM BEDROOM 1 BATHROOM BEDROOM LAUNDRY KITCHEN MASTER UTILITIES MASTER OFFICE + MINOR RELATIONSHIP NO RELATIONSHIP Adjacency MatrixFRONT PORCH LIVINGROOMDINING ROOM KITCHEN LAUNDRY UTILITIES BEDROOM 1 BATHROOM OFFICEMASTER BEDROOM MASTER BATH BACK PATIO
  8. 8. HVAC CLOSET BRADY’S COAT BEDROOM CLOSET OFFICE LIVINGROOM LAUNDRY/ UTILITES FRONT PORCHENTRY BACK PATIO HALLWAY KITCHEN BATHROOM DINING MASTER ROOM CLOSET TOM’S BEDROOM PANTRYKEY: MASTER IMMEDIATELY ADJACENT BATHROOM CLOSE AND CONVENIENT PUBLIC MINOR RELATION PRIVATE NATURAL LIGHTING/VIEW SEMI-PUBLIC
  9. 9. + Journal Entry Dear Journal,  This past week has been a busy one. Monday – Wednesday we began laying the platform of our house. It’s exciting to finally start the process after all the planning we’ve done. The Habitat designers and I came to a conclusion that it would utilize the space better moving the laundry room and water heater into a closet in the hallway. With the laundry room away from the kitchen, we are able to put in a walk in pantry and extend the counterpace a few feet.
  10. 10. NENTRY 1 FLOORPLAN S10 SCALE ¼’’ = 1’0’’
  11. 11. + What are solar panels? Solar energy is one of the most bountiful sources of energy on our planet. It is also considered one of the most clean sources of energy available. As of now, the number one way to collect light and turn it into energy is know as “solar panels.” Solar panels come in a variety of types and sizes and are used as the power solution for both residential and commercial solar power systems. Solar panels create electricity by converting sunlight into energy. Many people are now lighting up their yard or landscaping with solar-powered garden lights. And perhaps youve seen traffic control signage and lighting powered by solar panels.
  12. 12. + Design Concept: Tom and Beth Jefferson spent a memorable week in the Grand Canyon after they tied the knot. It was one of the most exciting, relaxing, romantic weeks of their lives. Mainly because they got to enjoy the beautiful scenery but also because it was just the two of them. Tom has very fond memories of the honeymoon and wants it to be the main concept for his new home. Even though Tom is doing his best to accept the reality of Beth no longer alive, he wants this fresh start to be dedicated to her. The furniture is boxy and masculine much like the shapes of the canyons. It also suits the needs of both Tom and Brady. Since Beth is no longer there, there is no need to add feminine touches with the exception of a few memorabilia’s of her. The colors are warm and inviting which will feel comforting for Tom and Brady without the comfort of their wife and mother. The rich color scheme is a reminder of the Arizona desert sunset that Tom and Beth once enjoyed so much on their honeymoon.
  13. 13. Design Concept:
  14. 14. 1 PERSPECTIVES16 LIVING ROOM
  15. 15. 2 PERSPECTIVES17 KITCHEN
  16. 16. N S2ENTRY S1 1 SECTION CUTS S21
  17. 17. N 2 NORTH SIDES22 SECTION 1
  18. 18. N 2 SOUTH SIDES23 SECTION 1
  19. 19. KEY:Finished Schedule NAME DESCRIPTION VCT VINYL COMPOSITION TILE W WOOD CAR CARPET P PAINTED ROOM ROOM NAME FLOOR BASE WALL MATERIAL HEIGHT REMARKS NUMBER 1 LIVING ROOM CAR W P FLAT 8’0’’ FLAT= SMOOTH CEILING 2 COAT CLOSET W W P FLAT 8’0’’ 3 AIR VENT W W P FLAT 8’0’’ 4 DINING ROOM W W P FLAT 8’0’’ 5 KITCHEN VCT W P FLAT 8’0’’ 6 PANTRY VCT W P FLAT 8’0’’ 7 LAUNDRY W W P FLAT 8’0’’ 8 BATHROOM VCT W P FLAT 8’0’’ 9 BRADY’S CAR W P FLAT 8’0’’ BEDROOM 10 CLOSET CAR W P FLAT 8’0’’ 11 OFFICE CAR W P FLAT 8’0’’ 12 TOM’S CAR W P FLAT 8’0’’ BEDROOM 13 MASTER CLOSET CAR W P FLAT 8’0’’ 14 MASTER BATH VCT W P FLAT 8’0’’
  20. 20. N P W 10 P P P P P CAR W 9 P 1 W 1 P W P W W 3 P CAR CAR W P P W 7 P W 2 P W WENTRY P P R 8 P W 13 P P VCT CAR P R 5 P W 12 P P VCT P P CAR W 4 P R 6 P R 14 P W VCT VCT CEILING ROOM # 1 FINSHED SCHEDULE P BASE S25 SCALE ¼’’ = 1’0’’ W 1 P WALLS CAR FLOOR
  21. 21. Door Schedule DOOR LETTER SIZ TYPE HARDWARE REMARKS 1X 3’0’’x 7’0’’ WOOD WITH GLASS LOCK, LEVER HARDWARE FRONT DOOR PANEL 1Y 3’0’’x 7’0’’ WOOD 6 PANEL LOCK, LEVER HARDWARE BACK DOOR 2X 2’6’’x 7’0’’ WOOD 6 PANEL LOCK, LEVER HARDWARE 3X 3’0’’x 7’0’’ SINGLE-POCKET FOLDED HINGES 4X 3’0’’x 7’0’’ GLASS PANEL LOCK, LEVER HARDWARE 5X 3’0’’x 7’0’’ WOOD 6 PANEL LOCK, LEVER HARDWARE 6X 3’0’’x 7’0’’ WOOD 6 PANEL LOCK, LEVER HARDWARE 7X 3’0’’x 7’0’’ WOOD 6 PANEL LOCK, LEVER HARDWARE 8X 3’0’’x 7’0’’ SINGLE-POCKET FOLDED HINGES 9X 3’0’’x 7’0’’ WOOD 6 PANEL LOCK, LEVER HARDWARE 10X 3’0’’x 7’0’’ WOOD 6 PANEL LOCK, LEVER HARDWARE 11X 3’0’’x 7’0’’ WOOD 6 PANEL LOCK, LEVER HARDWARE 11Y 3’0’’x 7’0’’ WOOD 6 PANEL LOCK, LEVER HARDWARE 12X 3’0’’x 7’0’’ WOOD 6 PANEL LOCK, LEVER HARDWARE
  22. 22. N 10X BRADY’S CLOSET 8X BRADY’S LIVING ROOM BEDROOM TOM’S OFFICE CLOSET COAT 3X AVC 2X LAUNDRY 7X 9X 5X 1YENTRY 10X 10Y 1X 6X BRADY’S TOM’S BATHROOM CLOSET 11X KITCHEN TOM’S BEDROOM DINING 4X TOM’S PANTRY ROOM BATHROOM 12X 1 DOOR SCHEDULE S27 SCALE ¼’’ = 1’0’’
  23. 23. Window Schedule WINDOW SIZE TYPE FINISH QUALITY NOTES LETTER A 3’0’’ x 5’0’’ SINGLE HUNG WOOD NEW B 4’0’’ x 5’0’’ DOUBLE HUNG WOOD NEW C 2’0’’ x 3’0’’ SINGLE HUNG WOOD NEW D 2’0’’ x 3’0’’ SINGLE HUNG W/ WOOD NEW ARCHED TOP E 3’0’’ x 5’0’’ SINGLE HUNG W/ WOOD NEW ARCHED TOP
  24. 24. A N 10X A A A E E E BRADY’S CLOSET BRADY’S A B LIVING ROOM BEDROOM TOM’S OFFICE CLOSET COAT B B AVC LAUNDRYENTRY BRADY’S TOM’S BATHROOM CLOSET KITCHEN TOM’S BEDROOM A DINING TOM’S PANTRY ROOM BATHROOM A A D C A A 1 WINDOW SCHEDULE S29 SCALE ¼’’ = 1’0’’
  25. 25. N+ Model Snapshots

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