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Iconic Village_Sustainable Remodel Process


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Iconic Village_Sustainable Remodel Process

  1. 1. ICONIC VILLAGE -CLUBHOUSE- Location: San Marcos, TX Developers: Iconic Development, LLC Interior Designer: Regan Baker Design TARA BAKER-PARIES
  2. 2. Overview & Scope Update Clubhouse Interiors & Amenities • Resort-Inspired • Manager’s Office • Video Game Room • Leasing Agent’s Desk • Complimentary Coffee Café • Community Living • Computer/Study Center • Wi-Fi enabled Design Approach Reconfigure the floor plan for multiple activity use while creating an inviting atmosphere with “green” materials, furniture, fixtures and equipment. No demolition is required; use existing space as is.
  3. 3. Building Assessment Existing Conditions Building Site Interfaces • Front door faces Northwest • Large tree in front of property which shades that side of the building Home performance • Currently unknown Mechanical systems • Electrical – replace all lighting with more energy efficient options • Provide Better IAQ & IEQ Interior spaces • Reorganization and better use of space including placement of furniture Materials • Existing carpet, flooring, etc. will need to be properly disposed • Replace all surface materials with sustainable products Hazards • Asbestos may be located in the ceiling
  4. 4. Existing Photos Lounge area Manager’s Office Leasing Area Lounge area/ Kitchen
  5. 5. Existing Floor Plan •Single Pane Windows •Non-functional Furniture •Incandescent Lighting •Unknown Paint & Plaster Sources •Wall to Wall Carpet KEY Building Envelope Floor HVAC Furniture Wall & Ceiling Electrical/Lighting
  6. 6. Strategies Building Envelope • Upgrade or replace existing windows and doors; Use high-performance windows • Specify different glazings for different window orientations • Weather-strip doors and windows • Use Low Voc Paint Furniture and Fittings • Consider cleaning and donating existing furniture • Purchase most durable furniture possible within given budget • Select solid furniture made from green and safe sources • Evaluate use of cabinetry and furniture made from particleboard or MDF • Select materials that are easy to clean • Select upholstered furniture with care • Minimize use of plush and porous materials • Choose environmentally preferable fabrics • Select furniture from suppliers that practice fair and safe manufacturing processes
  7. 7. Strategies HVAC • Provide fresh air as part of ventilation system • Make sure ducting is clean • Install programmable thermostats • Properly commission new (or tune existing) HVAC systems • Provide for additional ventilation and air-conditioning needs in certain activity areas Lighting and Electrical • Provide day lighting • Provide appropriate mix of color-correct ambient and task lighting • Provide adaptable lighting for multiuse spaces • Install energy-efficient electric lighting • Provide controllable interior shading and occupancy sensors Equipment • Manage phantom loads (vampire appliances) • Select energy-efficient Energy Star–rated office equipment
  8. 8. Strategies Wall and Ceiling • Install environmentally preferable interior sheathing • Select environmentally preferable interior doors • Use low- or zero-VOC interior paints and finishes • Consider natural finishes • Use appropriate sheens for paints and finishes • Consider alternative wall covering products • Limit use of VOC-emitting wall coverings • Use low- or zero-VOC construction adhesives, caulking, and sealants • Consider tile and tile trim pieces with recycled content Floors and Flooring Products • Consider reuse of existing flooring and subflooring • Choose hard-surface flooring • Consider flooring made from natural or rapidly renewable materials • Use area rugs instead of wall-to-wall carpeting
  9. 9. Strategies To Consider General Design and Construction Strategies • Manage noise • Design with air quality in mind • Design for sustainable lifestyle • Control spread of pollutants • Test for and appropriately handle hazardous materials Plumbing • Install low water–use kitchen & bathroom faucets • Install Energy Efficient Appliances • Install Low Flow Toilets Use • Use environmentally preferable cleaning materials and strategies • Properly maintain equipment • Install CO and smoke alarms • Educate residents on green living
  10. 10. Process Flow Diagram 1. Traffic Pattern 2. Lounge 3. Manager 4. Multi-Use: Eat, Study, Work, Social 5. Lease/ Entry
  11. 11. Process Space Planning/ Product Selection
  12. 12. Products Building Envelope 1. Jeldwen– FSC Windows • Sustainable Forestry Initiative 2. VT Industries– FSC Exterior Doors • FSC Certified Lighting and Electrical 1. Lutron – dimmer switches 2. Modern Fan Company • Energy Saving Flourescent 3. Table Lamp by Uhuru • Reclaimed Wood + CFL 4. The Shade Store: Solar Shades • Greenguard Certified
  13. 13. Products Furniture and Fittings 1. Dining Table: The Wooden Duck • Recycled Douglas Fir 2. Slat Bench: The Wooden Duck • Recycled Teak 3. Environmental Language: Nimbus Sofa • Furnicology 4. Environmental Language: Origami Side Chair • Furnicology 5. Bernhardt : Audio Side Chair • Greenguard Certified 6. Bernhardt: Blitz Desk Chair • Greenguard Certified 7. Bernhardt: Edit Side Chair
  14. 14. Products Wall and Ceiling 1. Mythic Paints- Zero VOC Paint 1. Sweet Sunrise 2. Joyful Green 3. Emerald Bay 2. Eco Stucco: Interior Lime Plaster • Marble/ Absinth 50 3. Kirei Board Panels • Wall Partition/ Panel Flooring Products 1. Interface FLOR Carpet Tile with GlasBac RE 2. Stained Concrete Floor • Use existing subfloor & refinish • Natural Pigment 3. Area Rugs by Peace Industry
  15. 15. New Floor Plan •Low-e Windows & Doors •Provide Sustainable Furniture •Provide Ambient & Task Lighting •Low VOC Paint & Earthen Plaster •Hard Surface Floor w/ Area Rugs KEY Building Envelope Floor HVAC Furniture Wall & Ceiling Electrical/Lighting