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  1. 1. THE CLEAN SLATE: A COMMUNITY ARTIST HUB Designed By: Sarah McGahee McGahee Interiors Capstone Project Studio III INDS 2230 Fall 2015 Semester Faculty: Phillip C. Myer
  2. 2. TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. Schematic Design 2. Concept 3. Mission Statement 4. Targeted User 5. Precedent Analysis 6. Site Analysis 7. Design Development 1. Inspirational Imagery 2. AutoCAD Design 3. Sketch Up Design The Clean Slate: A Community Artist Hub 2
  3. 3. Schematic Design The Clean Slate: A Community Artist Hub 3
  4. 4. SCHEMATIC DESIGN: INITIAL IDEAS  Commercial Spaces  Restaurant  Retail  Office  Hotel  Animals  Grooming  Animal Health Care  Clothing  Design It Yourself  Jewelry  Design It Yourself  Creative Spaces  Artist Studio  Music Studio  Art Gallery  Craft Fair  Creative Spaces  Artist Studio  Music Studio  Art Gallery  Craft Fair  Music Venue  Performing Theater  Antiques  Thrift Stores  Home Décor  Tiny Homes  Tree Houses  Beauty Products  Garden  Green House  Zen Garden The Clean Slate: A Community Artist Hub 4
  5. 5. SCHEMATIC DESIGN: MIND MAP The Clean Slate: A Community Artist Hub 5
  6. 6. Concept The Clean Slate: A Community Artist Hub 6
  7. 7. STUDIO CONCEPT Commercial Space Artist Studio  Rent space to create  Display works  Sell their works  Take classes Space for artists  That don’t have room in their living quarters  Space where artists can escape and work in a quite space  Creative atmosphere  Around others who are artistic  Draw Inspiration The Clean Slate: A Community Artist Hub 7
  8. 8. STUDIO CONCEPT Small Supplies for sale:  Specialty paper  Pens and sketching pencils  Colored pencils and markers  Canvases  Jewelry Supplies  Beads and wire  Clay Large Rentable Supplies:  Cameras  Easels  Computers  Specialty Software for designers  Kilns The Clean Slate: A Community Artist Hub 8
  9. 9. Mission Statement The Clean Slate: A Community Artist Hub 9
  10. 10. MISSION STATEMENT “The Clean Slate is a community artist studio for students, professionals, hobbyists, or simply anyone that wants to learn a new skill in a welcoming environment. By providing private rentable rooms, professional materials, and educational classes, this creative space aims to be accepting of all levels of skill in hopes of expanding all artists’ abilities. The Clean Slate: A Community Artist Hub 10
  11. 11. Targeted User The Clean Slate: A Community Artist Hub 11
  12. 12. TARGETED USER Targeted to: All Ages Students Elementary to College Professionals Amateurs Want to learn a new skill Hobbyists Create in their spare time The Clean Slate: A Community Artist Hub 12
  13. 13. TARGETED USER  For:  Painters  Photographers  Sketch Artists  Jewelry Makers  Pottery Makers  Designers  Graphic  Fashion  Interior The Clean Slate: A Community Artist Hub 13
  14. 14. Precedent Analysis The Clean Slate: A Community Artist Hub 14
  15. 15. PRECEDENT ANALYSIS: KRISTIN ASHLEY ARTIST SHOP Located on North Jackson Street Downtown Athens, GA “We are Athens, Georgia's newest all-around art space featuring a gallery, art supply shop, design and photo services, and handmade gifts. We are passionate about all kinds of art, crafts, and color! Located downtown, across the street from UGA, next to Community and Dynamite on Jackson St.” -Kristin Ashley Artist Shop The Clean Slate: A Community Artist Hub 15
  16. 16. PRECEDENT ANALYSIS: KRISTIN ASHLEY ARTIST SHOP Rentals: Photo Room: Rent on an hourly basis For product or fine art photography Can use the 4ft. x 4ft. soft-box, illuminated on top and both sides, with a seamless white background, for professional shots of your products, ceramics, and small sculptures. Or use one of the white walls and umbrella lights to illuminate and shoot your 2D work. All lights are 6500K for the brightest white available. Camera and tripod for rent as well. The Clean Slate: A Community Artist Hub 16
  17. 17. PRECEDENT ANALYSIS: KRISTIN ASHLEY ARTIST SHOP DIY for $10/hr: Includes use of photo box and white walls, lights, umbrellas, tripod, and boom for your camera. Add $5/hr for use of our camera. Assisted for $20/hr: Includes use of photo box and white walls, lights, umbrellas, tripod, and boom for your camera - as well as someone to assist you along the way. Will help you get the best shots of your products or artwork. Reservation required. Add $5/hr for use of our camera. The Clean Slate: A Community Artist Hub 17
  18. 18. PRECEDENT ANALYSIS: KRISTIN ASHLEY ARTIST SHOP Full-service for $30/hr: Bring us your products or artwork, and we'll do the work for you. We'll take all the photos you need, edit them, and send you both the originals and edited versions. Reservation required. Highest Quality Full-Service for $50/hr: 2 hour minimum All of the above, using the top-of-the-line Canon 1DC camera and professional Zeiss lenses. The Clean Slate: A Community Artist Hub 18
  19. 19. PRECEDENT ANALYSIS: KRISTIN ASHLEY ARTIST SHOP The Clean Slate: A Community Artist Hub 19
  20. 20. PRECEDENT ANALYSIS: KRISTIN ASHLEY ARTIST SHOP The Clean Slate: A Community Artist Hub 20
  21. 21. PRECEDENT ANALYSIS: ATHICA Athens Institute for Contemporary Art  Located at 160 Tracy Street in Athens, GA  Chase Street Warehouses  Independent, non-profit gallery  Promotes and supports innovative contemporary art and artists  ATHICA has exhibitions, education, and events  Committed to our local art community The Clean Slate: A Community Artist Hub 21
  22. 22. PRECEDENT ANALYSIS: ATHICA Lizzie Zucker Saltz is ATHICA's founder and director She began the institute in 2001 with the help of FiveArt, Inc.  A group of local developers and arts boosters Renovated in winter of 2001 Was leased to ATHICA for $1.00 a year for three years and for a reduced rent thereafter Run entirely by volunteers with a board made up of local artists, arts professionals, graduate art history students and arts supporters, including students and faculty from UGA The Clean Slate: A Community Artist Hub 22
  23. 23. PRECEDENT ANALYSIS: ATHICA The Clean Slate: A Community Artist Hub 23
  24. 24. PRECEDENT ANALYSIS: THE GOOD DIRT Located at 485 Macon Highway in Athens, GA Established in 1997 Community clay studio People of all ages and abilities can explore their creative side Spacious, well-equipped Climate controlled work areas Natural light The Clean Slate: A Community Artist Hub 24
  25. 25. PRECEDENT ANALYSIS: THE GOOD DIRT Brand-new, vented electric kilns Offer  Parties, Workshops, One-time "Try Clay" classes, and 8-week clay classes with unlimited open Studio time Safe, nurturing environment to explore all aspects of clay art Woodworking Studio in the back  Not open to the public  This is the owner’s hobby  Shelving for the studio The Clean Slate: A Community Artist Hub 25
  26. 26. PRECEDENT ANALYSIS: THE GOOD DIRT The Clean Slate: A Community Artist Hub 26
  27. 27. PRECEDENT ANALYSIS: THE GOOD DIRT The Clean Slate: A Community Artist Hub 27
  28. 28. PRECEDENT ANALYSIS: THE GOOD DIRT The Clean Slate: A Community Artist Hub 28
  29. 29. Site Analysis The Clean Slate: A Community Artist Hub 29
  30. 30. SITE ANALYSIS: SEATTLE, WASHINGTON Seattle is the largest city in both the State of Washington and the Pacific Northwest region As of July 2013, it is the fastest- growing major city in the U.S. Large city with small living spaces Artists need a creative space with room to work Many professionals and students in this city The Clean Slate: A Community Artist Hub 30 Downtown Seattle, WA
  31. 31. SITE ANALYSIS: SEATTLE, WASHINGTON Columbia City in Seattle, WA is the Most Diverse Neighborhood in our nation Columbia City boasts over 60 spoken languages The neighborhood celebrates this diversity often  Street fairs throughout the year One of the best Farmers Markets in the city Many of Seattle's best restaurants. Experience cultural immersion The Clean Slate: A Community Artist Hub 31 Rainier Avenue, Seattle, WA
  32. 32. SITE ANALYSIS: SEATTLE, WASHINGTON In the late 1980s, Columbia City saw a large influx of minority professionals, artists, and "urban pioneers" By the late 1990s, Columbia City was already referred to as one of Seattle's Most Creative Neighborhoods  In the last decade, it has seen some of the sharpest rises in property values in the entire Seattle metropolitan area The Clean Slate: A Community Artist Hub 32 Columbia City Park, Seattle, WA
  33. 33. SITE ANALYSIS: SEATTLE, WASHINGTON There has been widespread gentrification Buying and Restoration of many of the older homes In the last several years there has been numerous condos built As of 2008, Columbia City is one of Seattle's most diverse neighborhoods in terms of income and ethnicity Everything from public housing to multi-million dollar view homes The Clean Slate: A Community Artist Hub 33
  34. 34. SITE ANALYSIS: SEATTLE, WASHINGTON 3811 South Ferdinand Street off of Rainier Avenue in the Columbia City Neighborhood Home to many bars, restaurants, bakeries and coffee shops, retail shops, a farmer's market, two art galleries, a book store, fitness facilities, a movie theater and a live music venue, and a biodiesel co-op. It has Bike Works (a community charity that lets kids earn bikes by learning to repair them) The neighborhood hosts a bustling monthly "Beat Walk" and many of the local businesses participate with Jazz bands, open houses, and art shows. The Clean Slate: A Community Artist Hub 34 Columbia City Bakery, Seattle, WA
  35. 35. SITE ANALYSIS: SEATTLE, WASHINGTON The Clean Slate: A Community Artist Hub 35 3811 South Ferdinand Street, Seattle, WA
  36. 36. SITE ANALYSIS: SEATTLE, WASHINGTON The Clean Slate: A Community Artist Hub 36 3811 South Ferdinand Street, Seattle, WA
  37. 37. SITE ANALYSIS: SEATTLE, WASHINGTON The Clean Slate: A Community Artist Hub 37
  38. 38. SITE ANALYSIS: SEATTLE, WASHINGTON The Clean Slate: A Community Artist Hub 38 Columbia City Seattle, WA
  39. 39. SITE ANALYSIS: SEATTLE, WASHINGTON The Clean Slate: A Community Artist Hub 39 Columbia City, Seattle, WA
  40. 40. SITE ANALYSIS: SEATTLE, WASHINGTON The Clean Slate: A Community Artist Hub 40 3811 South Ferdinand Street
  41. 41. SITE ANALYSIS: SEATTLE, WASHINGTON The Clean Slate: A Community Artist Hub 41 3811 South Ferdinand Street
  42. 42. SITE ANALYSIS: SEATTLE, WASHINGTON The Clean Slate: A Community Artist Hub 42 3811 South Ferdinand Street
  43. 43. SITE ANALYSIS: SEATTLE, WASHINGTON  Built in 1908  Last Remodeled in 1973  Wood  2,676 square feet building  3,734 square foot lot  Quadraplex  Multiple Occupancy  2 Stories  Homes nearby mostly for sale compared to rented The Clean Slate: A Community Artist Hub 43
  44. 44. SITE ANALYSIS: SEATTLE, WASHINGTON Last bought on 11/14/08 For $850,000 Compared to $153,000 on 09/14/90 Nearby Schools Targeted User The Clean Slate: A Community Artist Hub 44
  45. 45. SITE ANALYSIS: SEATTLE, WASHINGTON The Clean Slate: A Community Artist Hub 45 3811 South Ferdinand Street
  46. 46. SITE ANALYSIS: SEATTLE, WASHINGTON The Clean Slate: A Community Artist Hub 46 Columbia City Neighborhood, Seattle, WA
  47. 47. SITE ANALYSIS: SEATTLE, WASHINGTON 3811 South Ferdinand Street off of Rainier Street in the Columbia City District Commercial space renovation from an old residential space Next door businesses: Hunt Men’s Clothing Vino Verite Andaluz: Funky Mini-Bazaar Apparel and Gifts Baol: International Ethnic Gifts Competition Nearby: Columbia City Gallery Columbia City Theatre The Clean Slate: A Community Artist Hub 47 Top: Columbia City Gallery Bottom: Columbia City Theatre
  48. 48. SITE ANALYSIS: SUN PATH Important in knowing for design development Many artists prefer natural light to artificial light Sun would rise and set on the back side of the house Possible back sun porch addition in the future The Clean Slate: A Community Artist Hub 48
  49. 49. Design Development The Clean Slate: A Community Artist Hub 49
  50. 50. DESIGN DEVELOPMENT: INSPIRATIONAL WORDS Inspiration: Geometric shapes The Pacific Ocean water  Wave movement Rain Music The 7 major hills Seattle lies on Pacific Ring of Fire Paint swirls Watercolor Tie-Dye The Clean Slate: A Community Artist Hub 50
  51. 51. DESIGN DEVELOPMENT: INSPIRATIONAL IMAGERY The Clean Slate: A Community Artist Hub 51
  52. 52. DESIGN DEVELOPMENT: ZONING  First Floor:  Porch  Welcome Lobby  Check-In  Store  Classroom  Clean-Up Room  Storage Room  Bathroom  Second Floor:  Porch  Private Rooms  Public Lounge  Clean-Up Area  Bathroom The Clean Slate: A Community Artist Hub 52
  53. 53. DESIGN DEVELOPMENT: ZONE USES: FIRST FLOOR  Porches  1st floor:  Artwork on display for sale  Lobby  Information Station about ‘The Clean Slate’  Where people will lounge  Parents waiting on their kids  Check In  Where a facilitator will sit  Where people will check in for private rooms  Where customers can purchase items from the store  Where customers can rent large items  Store  Where people will walk around and browse items for sale The Clean Slate: A Community Artist Hub 53
  54. 54. DESIGN DEVELOPMENT: ZONE USES: FIRST FLOOR  Classroom  Where people will take classes  They will watch and learn  They will make things  Clean-up Room  Artists will clean their supplies  Artists will throw away things  Artists will leave materials for donation  Storage  Used for putting away items  Kilns  Camera Equipment  Extra lighting  Extra furniture artists might need  Bathrooms  To use restrooms  To change into “messy” clothes The Clean Slate: A Community Artist Hub 54
  55. 55. DESIGN DEVELOPMENT: ZONE USES: SECOND FLOOR  Porch  Natural light room for creating  Private Rooms  For creating  Public Lounge  For socializing with others  To eat at  To lounge at  Clean-Up Area  Artists will clean their supplies  Artists will throw away things  Artists will leave materials for donation  Bathroom  To use restrooms  To change into “messy” clothes The Clean Slate: A Community Artist Hub 55
  56. 56. DESIGN DEVELOPMENT: ZONE NEEDS: FIRST FLOOR Porches  Displays for artwork Lobby  Comfortable Seating  Chairs  Loveseat  Table Check In  Check-in desk  Chair  Computer set-up Store  Display shelving  Cash register The Clean Slate: A Community Artist Hub 56
  57. 57. DESIGN DEVELOPMENT: ZONE NEEDS: FIRST FLOOR  Classroom  Big table  Chairs  Whiteboard  Shelving  Cubbies  Clean-up Room  Sink  Towels  Trashcans/Recycling  Storage  Shelving  Carts  Designated and Labeled Areas  Bathrooms  Restroom Area  Changing Area The Clean Slate: A Community Artist Hub 57
  58. 58. DESIGN DEVELOPMENT: ZONE NEEDS: SECOND FLOOR  Porch  Stools  Easels  Table  Private Rooms  Tables  Chairs  Public Lounge  Table  Chairs  Clean-Up Area  Sink  Towels  Soap  Bathroom  Restroom Area  Changing Area The Clean Slate: A Community Artist Hub 58
  59. 59. DESIGN DEVELOPMENT: FF&E INSPIRATION The Clean Slate: A Community Artist Hub 59
  60. 60. DESIGN DEVELOPMENT: FF&E FIRST FLOOR: PORCH The Clean Slate: A Community Artist Hub 60
  61. 61. The Clean Slate: A Community Artist Hub 61 DESIGN DEVELOPMENT: FF&E FIRST FLOOR: LOBBY
  62. 62. DESIGN DEVELOPMENT: FF&E FIRST FLOOR: CHECK-IN • 62
  63. 63. DESIGN DEVELOPMENT: FF&E FIRST FLOOR: STORE The Clean Slate: A Community Artist Hub 63
  64. 64. DESIGN DEVELOPMENT: FF&E FIRST FLOOR: CLASSROOM The Clean Slate: A Community Artist Hub 64
  65. 65. DESIGN DEVELOPMENT: FF&E FIRST FLOOR: CLEAN-UP ROOM The Clean Slate: A Community Artist Hub 65
  66. 66. DESIGN DEVELOPMENT: FF&E FIRST FLOOR: STORAGE ROOM The Clean Slate: A Community Artist Hub 66
  67. 67. DESIGN DEVELOPMENT: FF&E FIRST FLOOR: BATHROOM The Clean Slate: A Community Artist Hub 67
  68. 68. DESIGN DEVELOPMENT: FF&E SECOND FLOOR: PORCH The Clean Slate: A Community Artist Hub 68
  69. 69. DESIGN DEVELOPMENT: FF&E SECOND FLOOR: PRIVATE ROOMS The Clean Slate: A Community Artist Hub 69
  70. 70. DESIGN DEVELOPMENT: FF&E SECOND FLOOR: PUBLIC LOUNGE The Clean Slate: A Community Artist Hub 70
  71. 71. DESIGN DEVELOPMENT: FF&E SECOND FLOOR: CLEAN-UP ROOM 71
  72. 72. DESIGN DEVELOPMENT: FF&E SECOND FLOOR: BATHROOM The Clean Slate: A Community Artist Hub 72
  73. 73. DESIGN DEVELOPMENT: AUTOCAD FLOOR PLAN FIRST FLOOR The Clean Slate: A Community Artist Hub 73
  74. 74. DESIGN DEVELOPMENT: AUTOCAD FLOOR PLAN SECOND FLOOR The Clean Slate: A Community Artist Hub 74
  75. 75. DESIGN DEVELOPMENT: SKETCH UP DESIGN: FIRST FLOOR PORCH The Clean Slate: A Community Artist Hub 75
  76. 76. DESIGN DEVELOPMENT: SKETCH UP DESIGN: FIRST FLOOR PORCH The Clean Slate: A Community Artist Hub 76
  77. 77. DESIGN DEVELOPMENT: SKETCH UP DESIGN: SECOND FLOOR LOUNGE The Clean Slate: A Community Artist Hub 77
  78. 78. DESIGN DEVELOPMENT: SKETCH UP DESIGN: SECOND FLOOR LOUNGE The Clean Slate: A Community Artist Hub 78
  79. 79. DESIGN DEVELOPMENT: SKETCH UP DESIGN: FIRST FLOOR LOUNGE The Clean Slate: A Community Artist Hub 79
  80. 80. DESIGN DEVELOPMENT: SKETCH UP DESIGN: FIRST FLOOR LOUNGE The Clean Slate: A Community Artist Hub 80
  81. 81. DESIGN DEVELOPMENT: SKETCH UP DESIGN: CHECK-IN The Clean Slate: A Community Artist Hub 81
  82. 82. DESIGN DEVELOPMENT: SKETCH UP DESIGN: CHECK-IN The Clean Slate: A Community Artist Hub 82
  83. 83. DESIGN DEVELOPMENT: SKETCH UP DESIGN: PRIVATE ROOM The Clean Slate: A Community Artist Hub 83
  84. 84. DESIGN DEVELOPMENT: SKETCH UP DESIGN: PRIVATE ROOM The Clean Slate: A Community Artist Hub 84
  85. 85. DESIGN DEVELOPMENT: SKETCH UP DESIGN: PRIVATE ROOM The Clean Slate: A Community Artist Hub 85
  86. 86. THE END The Clean Slate: A Community Artist Hub 86

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