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SFC Portfolio2009

  1. 1. OFFICE DESIGN-ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN- INSTITUTIONAL DESIGN-RESTAURANT DESIGN HARRISON RESIDENCE-DUNHILL RESIDENCE- LYON RESIDENCE 3D RENDERING FLOOR PLAN – FURNITURE PLAN – FINISH PLAN – LIGHTING PLAN - ELEVATIONS – DETAILS – ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT
  2. 2. Warpspeed Productions Sausalito, California Project Needs: 35 Employees Fun, Modern Design for a Science Fiction Film Company Theater Room Projection Room Office Space Freelance Space Lobby and Reception Area Think Tanks Cubicle Space PROJECT: WARPSPEED PRODUCTIONS DATE: 2/2008 DESCRIPTION: OFFICE DESIGN
  3. 3. PROJECT: WARPSPEED PRODUCTIONS DATE: 2/2008 DESCRIPTION: OFFICE DESIGN FF&E
  4. 4. LEED for Commercial Interiors v2.0 Registered Project Checklist OBTAINING LEED CERTIFICATION Y es 17 Y ? No Indoor Environmental Quality Prereq 1 Minimum IAQ Performance 17 Points Required Project Name: Xeno Y Prereq 2 Environmental Tobacco Smoke (ETS) Control Required Project Address: Avignon, France 1 Credit 1 Outside Air Delivery Monitoring 1 1 Credit 2 Increased Ventilation 1 Yes ? No 1 Credit 3.1 Construction IAQ Management Plan, During Construction 1 The Xeno Consulting project is Platinum Certified because great thought was 6 Sustainable Sites 7 Points 1 1 1 Credit 3.2 Credit 4.1 Credit 4.2 Construction IAQ Management Plan, Before Occupancy Low-Emitting Materials, Adhesives and Sealants Low-Emitting Materials, Paints and Coatings 1 1 1 2 Credit 1 1 to 3 put into choosing materials, products, furniture, and furnishings that are Select a LEED Certified Building OR Locate the tenant space in a building with following characteristics: 3 1 to 3 1 1 1 Credit 4.3 Credit 4.4 Credit 4.5 Low-Emitting Materials, Carpet Systems Low-Emitting Materials, Composite Wood and Laminate Adhesives Low-Emitting Materials, Systems Furniture and Seating 1 1 1 0.5 Option 1A 1 1/2 green/sustainable. The materials used inside the building are either 0.5 Option 1B Stormwater Management: Rate and Quantity 0.5 Option 1C Stormwater Management: Treatment 1/2 1/2 1 1 1 Credit 5 Credit 6.1 Credit 6.2 Indoor Chemical and Pollutant Source Control Controllability of Systems, Lighting Controllability of Systems, Temperature and Ventilation 1 1 1 recyclable or made from eco-friendly materials. The carpeting chosen is made Option 1D Heat Island Reduction: Non-Roof 1/2 to 1 1 Credit 7.1 Thermal Comfort - Compliance 1 0.5 Option 1E Heat-Island Reduction: Roof 1/2 1 Credit 7.2 Thermal Comfort - Monitoring 1 Option 1F Light Pollution Reduction 1/2 1 Credit 8.1 Daylight & Views - Daylight 75% of Spaces 1 1 Credit 8.2 Daylight & Views - Daylight 90% of Spaces 1 from recycled materials and the paint is low VOC. Most of the furniture was 0.5 Option 1G Water Efficient Irrigation: Reduce by 50% 0.5 Option 1H Water Efficient Irrigation: No Potable Use or No Irrigation 0.5 Option 1I Innovative Wastewater Technologies 1/2 1/2 1/2 1 Credit 8.3 Daylight & Views - Views for 90% of Seated Spaces 1 Y es ? No chosen because it is Green guard Certified. Used furniture was also used in 0.5 Option 1J Water Use Reduction: 20% Reduction Option 1K Onsite Renewable Energy Option 1L Other Quantifiable Environmental Performance 1/2 1/2 to 1 1/2 to 3 3 Innovation & Design Process 5 Points 1 Credit 1.1 Innovation in Design: Provide Specific Title 1 the office. Italy is well know for its natural stone, marble. This was used 1 1 1 Credit 2 Credit 3.1 Credit 3.2 Development Density and Community Conn ectivity Alternative Transportation: Public Transportatio n Access Alternative Transportation: Bicycle Storage & Changing Rooms 1 1 1 1 1 Credit 1.2 Credit 1.3 Credit 1.4 Innovation in Design: Provide Specific Title Innovation in Design: Provide Specific Title Innovation in Design: Provide Specific Title 1 1 1 to represent the area where the office is Avignon, France. It is also very 1 Yes ? No Credit 3.3 Alternative Transportation: Parking Availability 1 Y es ? No Credit 2 LEED™ Accredited Professional 1 beautiful. 2 Water Efficiency 2 Points 50 Project Totals (pre-certification estimates) Certified: 21 to 26 points, Silver: 27 to 31 points, G old: 32 to 41 points, Platinum: 42 to 57 points 57 Points 1 Credit 1.1 Water Use Reduction - 20% Reduction 1 There was also a lot of consideration in the overall space plan. We did not 1 Credit 1.2 Water Use Reduction - 30% Reduction 1 Yes ? No take down a lot of new walls to minimize landfill materials. We also tried to 8 Energy & Atmosphere 12 Points Y Prereq 1 Fundamental Commissioning Required keep new walls to a minimum to promote natural daylight and reduce materials Y Y Prereq 2 Prereq 3 Minimum Energ y Performance CFC Reduction in HVAC&R Equipmen t Required Required * NOTE for EAc1: All LEED for Commercial Interiors projects registered after June 26th, 2007 are required to achieve at least two (2) points under EAc1. Projects may earn 2 points use/cost. The floor plan is very open which maximizes natural daylight. from achieving any combination of the 4 sub-credits under EAc1. 3 Credit 1.1 Optimize Energy Performance - Lighting Power 1 to 3 Option A: Reduce lighting power density to 15% below the standard 1 Skylights were installed to bring light into the center areas. This reduces Option B: Reduce lighting power density to 25% below the standard 3 Option C: Reduce lighting power density to 35% below the standard 2 3 1 Credit 1.2 Optimize Energy Performance - Lighting Controls 1 energy consumption and creates a positive work atmosphere. The HVAC system 1 Credit 1.3 Optimize Energy Performance - HVAC Option A: Equipment Efficiency and Zoning & Controls 1 to 2 1 to 2 has a lot of ventilation zones to increase air circulation within the 1 Credit 1.4 Option B: Reduce Design Energy Cost Optimize Energy Performance - Equipment and Appliances 1 70% of ENERGY STAR eligible equipment is ENERGY STAR rated 1 to 2 1 to 2 1 building. This promotes a healthy working environment. 1 1 Credit 2 Credit 3 90% of ENERGY STAR eligible equipment is ENERGY STAR rated Enhanced Commissioning Energy Use, Measurement & Payment Accountability 2 1 1 to 2 The overall goal was to reduce the buildings carbon footprint. The building Credit 4 Case A: Projects with area less than 75% of total building area Case B: Projects with area 75% or more of total building area Green Power 1 to 2 2 1 promotes a reduction in energy costs, use of recycled or recyclable materials, Yes 14 ? No Materials & Resources 14 Points and products that do not contaminate the air within the building. This office Y Prereq 1 Storage and Collection of Recyclables Required 1 Credit 1.1 Tenant Space, Long T erm Commitment 1 will be a great example of how to create a beautiful and functional 1 1 Credit 1.2 Credit 1.3 Building Reuse, Maintain 40% of Interior Non-Structural Components Building Reuse, Maintain 60% of Interior Non-Structural Components 1 1 1 Credit 2.1 Construction Waste Management, Divert 50% From Landfill 1 environment while staying green. 1 1 Credit 2.2 Credit 3.1 Construction Waste Management, Divert 75% From Landfill Resource Reu se, 5% 1 1 PROJECT: XENO OFFICE PROJECT DATE: 05/2008 DESCRIPTION:ENVIRONMENTAL OFFICE DESIGN
  5. 5. NEEDS ASSESSMENT General Office Color Palette Daycare/ Break Room Color Palette PROJECT: XENO OFFICE PROJECT DATE: 05/2008 DESCRIPTION:ENVIRONMENTAL OFFICE DESIGN - FURNITURE PLAN
  6. 6. PROJECT: XENO OFFICE PROJECT DATE: 05/2008 DESCRIPTION:ENVIRONMENTAL OFFICE DESIGN – LIGHTING PLAN
  7. 7. The Pittsburgh Creative Arts Academy provides aspiring young artists with art music and creative thinking instruction. The design will include the entire educational facility. The design will create an environment that will facilitate INSPIRATION learning and highlight the achievements of it’s students. PCCA will have a calming crème, wood, black and white color scheme. This color scheme will not compete with students work and also not distract from students learning and creativity processes. CLASSROOM ENTRACES CLASSROOM PERSPECTIVE PROJECT: PITTSBURGH CREATIVE ARTS ACADEMY DATE:02/2008 DESCRIPTION: INSTITUTIONAL DESIGN – DESIGN CONCEPT
  8. 8. PROJECT: PITTSBURGH CREATIVE ARTS ACADEMY DATE:02/2008 DESCRIPTION: INSTITUTIONAL DESIGN – BUBBLE DIAGRAMS
  9. 9. PROJECT: PITTSBURGH CREATIVE ARTS ACADEMY DATE:02/2008 DESCRIPTION: INSTITUTIONAL DESIGN – FLOORPLAN
  10. 10. DESIGN CONCEPT Fries and Vines concept was created for our clients Jane McGrath and Phyllis Lewis, entrepreneurs who love cooking, baking, and socializing. Fries and Vines celebrates fine wine, art, and great hamburgers. The menu will include hamburgers, fries with gourmet sauces, and Napa picnic fare. The restaurant design will take inspiration from California’s art scene, wineries, and farms. This restaurant is all about California and its casual quirkiness and love of fine food, wine, and art. All vegetables and meat will come from California farms. Modern wine cases will be displayed with a large selection of medium to fine California wines. The design will include finishes of brick and wood mixed with vibrant art work. A glass blowing kiln will be viewable by customers and these items can be purchased in the gift shop along with T-shirts, wine openers etc... Glass blown chandeliers will hang above diners. Both the Kitchen and Kiln will be viewable by customers. There will also be space for local artists to display. Fries and Vines will be a great place for both families and business partners to dine and relax. PROJECT: FRIES AND VINES DATE: 08/2008 DESCRIPTION: RESTAURANT DESIGN – DESIGN CONCEPT
  11. 11. RESTROOM LIGHTING BOOTH LIGHTINNG PENDANT MAIN DINING CHANDELIER LIGHTING LOUNGE SCONCE CHANDELIER LOUNGE LIGHTING LIGHTING RESTROOM LIGHTING PROJECT: FRIES AND VINES DATE: 08/2008 DESCRIPTION: RESTAURANT DESIGN – LIGHTING DESIGN
  12. 12. DINING ROOM LOUNGE PROJECT: FRIES AND VINES DATE: 08/2008 DESCRIPTION: RESTAURANT DESIGN – FURNITURE PLAN
  13. 13. WOMEN’S RESTROOM ENTRY PROJECT: FRIES AND VINES DATE: 08/2008 DESCRIPTION: RESTAURANT DESIGN – RENDERINGS
  14. 14. CUSTOM BUILT-IN CABINETRY HOME THEATER LIVING ROOM CHAIRS KITCHENETTE PROJECT: HARRISON RESIDENCE DATE: 11/2007 DESCRIPTION: ART DECO RESIDENTIAL DESIGN
  15. 15. FINISH PLAN ELEVATIONS PROJECT: DUNILL RESIDENCE DATE: 12/2008 DESCRIPTION: KITCHEN DESIGN
  16. 16. PROJECT: DUNILL RESIDENCE DATE: 12/2008 DESCRIPTION: BATHROOM AND LAUNDRY ROOM DESIGN
  17. 17. PROJECT: LYON RESIDENCE DATE:05/2009 DESCRIPTION: UNIVERSAL DESIGN
  18. 18. UNIVERSAL DESIGN FEATURES SMOOTH SLIP RESISTENT FLOORING UNIVERSAL DESIGN CABINETRY WITH HIGHER TOE KICK OPENING BELOW COOK TOP SINK SEATED WORK AREA MINIMAL UPPER CABINETRY OPEN SHELVING SLIDING CABINET DOORS DOUBLE DOOR REFRIGERATOR ELECTRO MAGNETIC COOK TOP LOWERED OVEN HEIGHT RAISED DISHWASHER HEIGHT PULL OUT STORAGE UNOBSCURED STORAGE ROOM SMART HOME WIRELESS SYSTEM OCCUPANCY LIGHTING BLACK AND WHITE COLORS FOR VISUAL IMPAIRMENT RESIDENTIAL ELEVATOR UNIVERSAL DESIGN PROJECT: LYON RESIDENCE DATE:05/2009 DESCRIPTION: UNIVERSAL DESIGN KITCHEN
  19. 19. UNIVERSAL DESIGN FEATURES ADA TOILET ADA FAUCETS ROLL IN SHOWER HAND HELD SHOWER HEAD SHOWER BENCH SAFETY BARS FLOATING CABINETS FOR CLEARANCE UNDERNEATH MECHANICAL VANITY LIFTS ANTI SCALD CONTROLS OCCUPANCY LIGHTING SLIP RESISTENT FLOORING PROJECT: LYON RESIDENCE DATE:05/2009 DESCRIPTION: UNIVERSAL DESIGN BATHROOM
  20. 20. JACOB BATHROOM – CHIEF X2 OFFICE RECEPTION DESK- 3DSX STODDARD KITCHEN- CHIEF X2 ANGELES KITCHEN CHIEF X2 LYON MASTER BEDROOM EXTERIOR RENDERING –CHIEF X2 CHIEF X2 SUELY KITCHEN – CHIEF X2 3D RENDERINGS SOFTWARE: 3D STUDIO MAX/CHIEF ARCHITECT X2
  21. 21. CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS
  22. 22. PROJECT: DATE: DESCRIPTION:
  23. 23. Experience Education Design Intern Bachelor of Science, Interior Design Sept. 2009 MN Interiors 8/09-Present Art Institute of Pittsburgh-Online Division Laguna Niguel, CA Designer Bachelor of Science, Business Admin. Aug. 1995 DNA Kitchen Designs 1/09-7/09 Sonoma State University, Rohnert Park, CA Santa Ana, CA Semester at Sea, University of Pittsburgh Fall 1992 Design Intern Designers Resource Collection 09/08-12/08 Outward Bound, Pacific Crest School Summer 1994 Costa Mesa, CA Related Software Experience Senior Pharmaceutical Sales Manager AutoCAD 2008, 3DStudio Max, Studio IT, Revit, GlaxoSmithKline 11/99-3/2001 Fremont, CA Chief Architect X2, Adobe Creative Suite CS2 Pharmaceutical Sales Manager MS Word, Excel, Power Point Innovex-Schering Plough 3/98-11/99 Walnut Creek, CA RESUME
  24. 24. RESIDENTIAL DESIGN – COMMERCIAL DESIGN – SPACE PLANNING – CAD 3D RENDERINGS THANK YOU!

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