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Academic Interior Design Portfolio

  1. 1. Nadya Day, IIDA, LEED AP Academic Interior Design Fall 2008
  2. 2. N a d y a D a y , I I D A , L E E D A P Display Case + Lobby Corridor portals Page 1 of 6 Conference Room Built-Ins Conference Room Ballinger, 2008 Academic Renovation, 1906 (Collegiate Gothic) UPenn, Towne School of Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and Applied Mechanics, 2nd & 3rd fl. (~70,000 sf) Intermediate Interior Architectural Designer Phases: Pre-Design thru DD
  3. 3. N a d y a D a y , I I D A , L E E D A P Page 2 of 6 Suite Interior Office Fronts, Clerestories and File Alcoves Suite Interior Ceiling and Light Cove Office Interior View of Clerestories at office Divider Wall Ballinger, 2008 Academic Renovation, 1906 (Collegiate Gothic) UPenn, Towne School of Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and Applied Mechanics, 2nd & 3rd fl. (~70,000 sf)
  4. 4. N a d y a D a y , I I D A , L E E D A P Hand drawn preliminary test fit option Page 3 of 7 Ballinger, 2008, Academic Renovation, 1906 (Collegiate Gothic) UPenn, Towne School of Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and Applied Mechanics, 2nd & 3rd fl. (~70,000 sf)
  5. 5. N a d y a D a y , I I D A , L E E D A P Drawing in ACAD ‘09 Axonometric imported and rendered in Sketch-Up Inspirational Images Page 4 of 7 Ballinger, 2008 Academic Renovation, 1906 (Collegiate Gothic) UPenn, Towne School of Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and Applied Mechanics, 2nd & 3rd fl. (~70,000 sf)
  6. 6. N a d y a D a y , I I D A , L E E D A P Page 5 of 7
  7. 7. N a d y a D a y , I I D A , L E E D A P Preliminary Budget – 2nd & 3rd floor Interior Renovations to accompany AHU Upgrades Page 6 of 7 Ballinger, 2008 Academic Renovation, 1906 (Collegiate Gothic) UPenn, Towne School of Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and Applied Mechanics, 2nd & 3rd fl. (~70,000 sf)
  8. 8. N a d y a D a y , I I D A , L E E D A P SEAS Reception Area benchmarking Page 7 of 7 SEAS Display Case benchmarking
  9. 9. N a d y a D a y , I I D A , L E E D A P Ballinger, 2008, Academic, New Construction, Saginaw Valley State U., Crystal M. Lange College of Health and Human Services Interior Architectural Designer Phase: Pre-Design thru SD Client formulation and evolved Block + Affinity Diagrams Page 1 of 8
  10. 10. N a d y a D a y , I I D A , L E E D A P Page 2 of 8 Ballinger, 2008, Academic, New Construction, Saginaw Valley State U., Crystal M. Lange College of Health and Human Services Interior Architectural Designer Phase: Pre-Design thru SD Workshops 1-4: booklet pages Rendering of Final Concept: TMP Architecture , Bloomfield Hills, MI
  11. 11. N a d y a D a y , I I D A , L E E D A P Page 3 of 8 Workshops 1-4: booklet pages Ballinger, 2008, Page from Workshop Workbook, SVSU Health and Human Services Center
  12. 12. N a d y a D a y , I I D A , L E E D A P Health Sciences Planning + Program Ballinger, 2008, Academic, New Construction, Saginaw Valley State U., Crystal M. Lange College of Health and Human Services Page 4 of 8
  13. 13. N a d y a D a y , I I D A , L E E D A P Page 5 of 8 Ballinger, 2008, Page from Workshop Workbook, SVSU Health and Human Services Center
  14. 14. N a d y a D a y , I I D A , L E E D A P Research Vivarium Systems: • Receiving / Arrival procedures? • Quarantine? • Procedure within Vivarium? • Do the mice return? or one-way trips? • Travel to adjacent facilities? • What percentage of the mice are “nude”? • What level ABSL (Animal Bio Safety level)? • Cage and rack washing procedures? • Watering and food procedures and storage? • Completely separate air system. • Secure air intake. • Autoclave waste or incinerate? • Clean vs dirty entrance or all in one? • Not expecting breeding. • Added 10x12 office: Principal Investigator • (2) 7x7 WS: Researchers Vivarium 494 SF Existing Vivarium w/ circulation: 679 SF Size: 1500 – 2000 ft. Vivarium. What kind of animals? What kind of cages? (Contained or open) Single caged storage? Location: Ground Level • Designated entrance on ground level. • Secure vestibule. • Removed from loading dock: noise; vibration; and fumes. Page 6 of 8
  15. 15. N a d y a D a y , I I D A , L E E D A P Classroom + Computer Lab Capacity 876 SF 16 STUDENTS 1,065 SF 25 STUDENTS 1,416 SF 29 STUDENTS COMPUTER ROOMS 16 – 29 STUDENTS CLASS ROOMS 32 – 42 STUDENTS 968 SF 35 STUDENTS 28 SF/STUDENT 950 SF 42 STUDENTS 23 SF/STUDENT 950 SF 35 STUDENTS 27 SF/STUDENT 950 SF 32 STUDENTS 30 SF/STUDENT Ballinger, 2008, Page from Workshop Workbook, SVSU Health and Human Services Center Page 7 of 8
  16. 16. N a d y a D a y , I I D A , L E E D A P As-built Collaborative Content Computer Development Lab Page 8 of 8 Ballinger, 2008, Academic, New Construction, Saginaw Valley State U., Crystal M. Lange College of Health and Human Services Interior Architectural Designer Phase: Pre-Design thru SD As-built Nursing Simulation Teaching Lab
  17. 17. N a d y a D a y , I I D A , L E E D A P Ballinger, 2008, Academic, New Construction, Saginaw Valley State U., Crystal M. Lange College of Health and Human Services Interior Architectural Designer Phase: Pre-Design thru SD Program showing options Page 8b of 8
  18. 18. N a d y a D a y , I I D A , L E E D A P Ballinger, 2008 Johns Hopkins Univ., School of Medicine Baltimore, MD Furniture Specifier: Phases: All Page 1 of 1

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