Habitat for Humanit Mary Katherine Coleman

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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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Habitat for Humanit Mary Katherine Coleman

  1. 1. The Simmons family And their new home DESIGNED BY: MARY KATHERINE COLEMAN
  2. 2. In the Spring Semester the Interior Design Sophomore Studio , College of HumanEcology , East Carolina University took on the challenge of designing houses that aresustainable and more varied than plans that might have been generated to date. This isin keeping with the Universitys committment to be a leader in engaged scholarship aswell as community service. The students were excited that their work would be put touse. So what we offer here are 18 new plans for Habitat Houses that can be used byanyone who might profit from the student work.Each house has an imaginary family that the student designers kept in mind in view ofthe design profession that they will soon join is a service profession: there will be clientsfor 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 todesign for others you are welcome to substitute your family, friends or members of thecommunity for the prototype client and use the organizational or program drawings, theplans, elevations and sections and scchedules to extend the student work. We are at theend of our semester so we dedicate our efforts to your use.Hunt McKinnonInstructor of Record
  3. 3. • The Simmons family lost their home to Hurricane Irene in August of 2011• They live in Hobucken, North Carolina where Hurricane Irene slammed into the coast• Their home was completely destroyed and they have been displaced, living in a homeless shelter, ever since.• Chris, the father heard about the Habitat for Humanity program and decided to apply. He was tired of his two children, Sophie and Josh, being exposed to things that young children should not see in the homeless shelter. He and his wife Erin were ecstatic when they learned they would be getting a new home and were eager to pitch in to help. 1 FAMILY PROFILE S1
  4. 4. • Sophie and Josh each need their own room and a bathroom separate from their parents.• Chris and Erin need their own private master and bathroom to escape from the kids for a little while.• The Simmons’ need a deck so the children have some outside space in which to play.• Erin would love to have a large kitchen and dining space so she can entertain in her new home.• With two small children, Erin and Chris would like to have a large living room to serve as the communal gathering spot, but still have enough space for the children to play separately. 2 PROGRAM S2
  5. 5. “Haven” •The Simmons family have been living in a homeless shelter which has given little to no privacy and has considerably lowered their pride. They cannot wait to have their own home again, their own little “haven”. 3 DESIGN CONCEPT S3
  6. 6. • Chris has a lead on a new job that would be a slight pay increase. Maybe it will help to buy a new car soon since the hurricane destroyed their old Ford.• The kids, Sophie and Josh are so excited that they get to start picking out paint colors and bedroom furniture.• Erin is just so happy that her new home is close to being finished. She is having so much fun picking out colors and furnishings. 4 JOURNAL ENTRY FEB. 28 S4
  7. 7. • We have discussed landscaping options with a focus on what to use on the west side of the house. • We have picked crate myrtles, and box-wood hedges to shade the windows from the west sun. • Door/window schedules have been done and finishes are being chosen and awaiting approval. 5 JOURNAL ENTRY APRIL 2 S5
  8. 8. • We have discussed energy-saving options in the form of solar panels.• Solar panels will be added the roof to absorb solar energy to heat the home’s water in order to save on utility costs.• They will be strategically placed on the south roof façade. 6 JOURNAL ENTRY APRIL 16 S6
  9. 9. PORCH KITCHEN DINING LIVING DECK MASTER M. BATH BATH BED 1 BED 2PORCHKITCHENDININGLIVINGDECKMASTERM. BATHBATHBED 1BED 2 Immediately Adjacent Close and Convenient 7 ADJACENCY MATRIX Convenient/Minor No Relationship S7
  10. 10. 8 BUBBLE PLANS8 DINING MASTER MASTER BR PORCH BATH KITCHEN LIVING ROOM Immediately Adj. Close & Convenient BED 1 Convenient/Minor UTLILITY Public Space DECK BED 2 Private Space Outdoors
  11. 11. A A A N P P W 1 6 P P P A W 1 5 P T W 1 7 P W 1 8 P T C C 6X 7X 1A 8X 4X 5X 4YA P P W 1 P W 1 4 P 1YZ W CA 4Z P PB W 1 3 P W 1 2 P W W 2XY B B 1X 13 SCHEDULE PLAN S13 SCALE: 1/4”= 1.0’
  12. 12. MARK SIZE TYPE DESCR. FRAME HARWARE1X 3’0”X 3/4” WOOD FLUSH WOOD SET 11YZ 3’0” X ¾” PAIR, WOOD FLUSH WOOD SET 14X 3’0” X ¾” WOOD FLUSH WOOD SET 251 3’0” X ¾” WOOD FLUSH WOOD SET 24Y 2’6” X ¾” PAIR, BIFOLD FLUSH WOOD SET 34Z 2’6” X ¾” PAIR, BIFOLD FLUSH WOOD SET 37X 3’0” X ¾” WOOD FLUSH WOOD SET 27Y 3’6” X ¾” PAIR, BIFOLD FLUSH WOOD SET 38X 3’0” X ¾” WOOD FLUSH WOOD SET 28Y 3’6” X ¾” PAIR, BIFOLD FLUSH WOOD SET 36X 3’0” X ¾” WOOD FLUSH WOOD SET 21A 3’6” X ¾” PAIR, BIFOLD FLUSH WOOD SET 32X 4’0” PAIR, BIFOLD FLUSH WOOD SET 3 14 DOOR SCHEDULE S14
  13. 13. 15 DOOR TYPESS15
  14. 14. SIZE TYPE FRAME FINISHA 3’0” SINGLE-HUNG PAINTED PRE-FINISHED WOODB 2’0” SINGLE-HUNG PAINTED PRE-FINISHED WOOD 16 WINDOW SCHEDULE S16
  15. 15. CEILING WALLS FLOOR BASEROOM 1 P-WHITE P-GREEN WOOD WOODROOM 2 P-WHITE P-YELLOW WOOD WOODROOM 3 P-WHITE P-BLUE WOOD WOODROOM 4 P-WHITE P-TEAL CARPET WOODROOM 5 P-WHITE P-CORAL TILE WOODROOM 6 P-WHITE P-YELLOW TILE WOODROOM 7 P-WHITE P-BLUE CARPET WOODROOM 8 P-WHITE P-PINK CARPET WOOD 17 FINISH SCHEDULE S17
  16. 16. 18 PERSPECTIVE 1S18
  17. 17. 19 PERSPECTIVE 2S19
  18. 18. 22 LONG. SECTIONS22 SCALE: ¼”=1.0’
  19. 19. 23 TRANS. SECTIONS23 SCALE: ¼”=1.0’

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