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  1. 1. ASID Competition Harbor House1 – Design ConceptDESIGN CONCEPTTo be “whole” is to be not broken, damaged or impaired. When speaking of human nature, itpertains to all aspects, ones physical, intellectual, and spiritual development.Design of the Harbor House youth shelter is centered on the acronym W.H.O.L.E. Wellness,being a consideration because above all, the design is to promote the physical and mental wellbeing of all inhabitants, ensuring that a safe and healthy environment is present at all times.Residents of the Harbor House facilities are in desperate need of a home. Whatevercircumstances brought residents to the facilities, judgment will not be passed and they will begiven the opportunity to live in a homelike environment until the time they desire to renouncepermanent residence and live on their own.One main concept of the Harbor House facilities is to provide youth an opportunity to bettertheir circumstance, living situation, and future lifestyle. For this reason, the facilities includean in house sub shop that provides residents a place to gain crucial work and socialexperience.The “Whole in the Wall” sub shop is used as a means of allowing residents to touch thecommunity. While the main entrance to the sub shop is located in the alley around the back ofthe building, guests will be able to enter a community of people they see every day in the workplace or on the street. Design accommodates locals and allows for long periods of time spentstudying or hanging out within the shop.Residents of the Pearl district in Portland tend to prefer organic, and sustainable products.Many of the buildings in the district are undergoing renovations with an urge toward LEEDcertification. Keeping that in mind, mainly eco-friendly and sustainable products wereselected for the design.
  2. 2. ASID Competition Harbor House2 – Reception Area Perspective
  3. 3. ASID Competition Harbor House3 – First Floor PlanDesign Concept1.  The homeless want an open and publicspace. The reception area is an openspace utilizing half walls and glazing.2.  Homeless want to be able to lookaround, to see other people, and tounderstand what lies beyond the lobby.Visual access over half walls is allowedin order to view people working inoffice spaces.3.  A large counter staffed by more thanone person suggests that the facility iswell managed. A large reception deskis visible and employees at work inoffices are visible over half walls.4.  Some facilities may have a coatroommuch like one present at a museum.Visitors can check a bag or duffel forthe day avoiding the need to carrybelongings around all day. Storage isavailable in mentoring rooms.Notes:1.  All egress doors open in thedirection of travel2.  .All forms of egress are aminimum of 25’-0” apartmeasured along the interiorpath of travel.3.  Paths of travel leading to anexit do not pass through asecondary space subject toclosure by doors,containing storagematerials, or with items thatproject into the path oftravel.4.  All paths of travel arebarrier-free and provide a5’-0” turning circle (shownas a dotted line) at changesof travel direction.5.  All interior corridors are aminimum of 44” wide.6.  All door openings are aminimum of 3’-0” wide witha 1’-6” clear space on thepull side of the door and a1’-0” clear space on thepush side of the door.7.  All bathrooms are barrier-free with a 5’-0” turningcircle.8.  Grab bars are indicatedappropriately, with two grabbars for a toilet and threegrab bars for the barrierfree shower.9.  Sinks in all publicbathrooms have clear-kneeaccess.10.  Flooring in all publicbathrooms is slip-resistant.11.  Walls in all bathrooms areimpervious to moisture upto 5’-0” A.F.F.12.  All plumbing fixtures,including the fittings anddrains of fixtures, arelocated within 20’-0” of theplumbing access line.13.  Wall do not terminate intoglazing.14.  All required FF&E arepresent on the floor plan.15.  Floor plan scale is1/8”=1’-0”16.  All rooms meet minimumsquare footagerequirements as listed inthe project requirementsand is calculated o/c tocenter of wall.17.  A 50 sq. ft. entry area isdirectly adjacent to allstairwells and elevators.18.  All project coderequirements have beenmet.19.  All rooms are labeled withroom names and minimumarea required, actual squarefootage is not indicated.20.  All closets have a minimuminterior depth of 2’-0”.21.  Exterior façade was notchanged or altered in anyway.22.  Floor and ceiling planeswere not punctured oraltered.Non-rated,finished floor tofinished, ceilingacousticallyinsulated,½” (13mm) GWBon both sides,3-5/8” (92mm)metal studs16” (406mm) o.c.Non-rated, slab tounderside of structure,acoustically insulated,½” (13mm) waterresistant GWB one side,½” (13mm) GWB oneside, 3-5/8” (92mm)metal studs16” (406mm) o.c.Rated 1 hr, slab tounderside ofstructure,acousticallyinsulated,5/8” (16mm) fire-rated GWB bothsides,3-5/8” (92mm)metal studs16” (406mm) o.c.
  4. 4. ASID Competition Harbor House4 – Second Floor PlanNotes:1.  All egress doors open in thedirection of travel2.  .All forms of egress are aminimum of 25’-0” apartmeasured along the interiorpath of travel.3.  Paths of travel leading to anexit do not pass through asecondary space subject toclosure by doors,containing storagematerials, or with items thatproject into the path oftravel.4.  All paths of travel arebarrier-free and provide a5’-0” turning circle (shownas a dotted line) at changesof travel direction.5.  All interior corridors are aminimum of 44” wide.6.  All door openings are aminimum of 3’-0” wide witha 1’-6” clear space on thepull side of the door and a1’-0” clear space on thepush side of the door.7.  All bathrooms are barrier-free with a 5’-0” turningcircle.8.  Grab bars are indicatedappropriately, with two grabbars for a toilet and threegrab bars for the barrierfree shower.9.  Sinks in all publicbathrooms have clear-kneeaccess.10.  Flooring in all publicbathrooms is slip-resistant.11.  Walls in all bathrooms areimpervious to moisture upto 5’-0” A.F.F.12.  All plumbing fixtures,including the fittings anddrains of fixtures, arelocated within 20’-0” of theplumbing access line.13.  Wall do not terminate intoglazing.14.  All required FF&E arepresent on the floor plan.15.  Floor plan scale is1/8”=1’-0”16.  All rooms meet minimumsquare footagerequirements as listed inthe project requirementsand is calculated o/c tocenter of wall.17.  A 50 sq. ft. entry area isdirectly adjacent to allstairwells and elevators.18.  All project coderequirements have beenmet.19.  All rooms are labeled withroom names and minimumarea required, actual squarefootage is not indicated.20.  All closets have a minimuminterior depth of 2’-0”.21.  Exterior façade was notchanged or altered in anyway.22.  Shower drains arehorizontal and wallmounted. Showers areraised ¼” A.F.F. to allowslope for drainage to thewall.23.  Floor and ceiling planeswere not punctured oraltered.Design Concept1.  As a means of providing privacy to the residents whileensuring that staff has the ability to supervise the space,residence room walls are 8 feet high, just short of thefinished ceiling.2.  Doors are omitted from residence rooms, incorporatinghallways as entrances.3.  Drugs must be locked away in a secure separate room towhich residents can only gain access in the presence ofstaff. Lockers are available with access only allowed in thepresence of staff.4.  Personal items need to be available at night but storedaway in the daytime. Residence rooms have ample storagespace for personal belongings.5.  Cabinets and closets need to be accessible frequently butstill securable. Cabinets are available to the resident butlockable.6.  Managing keys is a hassle and residents feel locks can bepicked and that staff may have keys to access personalbelongings. Pad locks are used to lock away all personalbelongings.
  5. 5. ASID Competition Harbor House5 – First Floor Lighting & ElectricalPlanNotes:1.  Ceiling height is 9’ A.F.F.2.  Wall mounted beams and T-bar mounted at 8’ A.F.F.3.  All wall sconces mounted at 60” A.F.F.4.  All outlets mounted at 18” A.F.F. unless otherwisenoted.5.  All wiring to run through conduit attached to T-bar.6.  All ceiling mounted fixtures attached to T-bar at 8’A.F.F.Design ConceptIn keeping with the urban design of the Whole in theWall Sub shop an open grid was selected as themounting for all ceiling fixtures. The switching andelectrical wiring runs through conduit attached toand concealed by the T-bar.LIGHTING SCHEDULEDESCRIPTION VOLTAGE LAMPS MOUNTING LENS MANUFACTURER6" QUARTZFRESNAL 120500WQ500 T6/CL/P ANSIBTM3200K SURFACE ACRYLIC ALTMAN LIGHTINGENZISRAINBOWSPOT 120FROSTEDMR16TRACK/SURFACEFROSTED,ACRYLIC BRUCKWINDOWSWALLSCONCE 120(2) 13WQUADTUBEGX23-2CFL WALLWHITEGLASS WPT DESIGNFIRE-RATEDGYPSUMWALLBOARDFINISHEDCEILING GEORGIA-PACIFIC
  6. 6. ASID Competition Harbor HouseLIGHTING SCHEDULEDESCRIPTION VOLTAGE LAMPS MOUNTING LENS MANUFACTURER6" QUARTZFRESNAL 120500WQ500T6/CL/PANSIBTM3200K SURFACE ACRYLICALTMANLIGHTINGENZISRAINBOWSPOT 120FROSTED MR16TRACK/SURFACEFROSTED,ACRYLIC BRUCKWINDOWSWALLSCONCE 120(2) 13WQUADTUBEGX23-2CFL WALLWHITEGLASS WPT DESIGNNotes:1.  Ceiling height is 9’ A.F.F.2.  Wall mounted beams and T-bar mounted at 8’ A.F.F.3.  All wall sconces mounted at 60” A.F.F.4.  All outlets mounted at 18” A.F.F. unless otherwisenoted.5.  All wiring to run through conduit attached to T-barand reclaimed beams.6.  All ceiling mounted fixtures attached to T-bar andreclaimed beams at 8’ A.F.F.Design Concept1.  Spaces require ample ambient lighting, at night theyneed to be sufficiently illuminated to enable peopleto navigate among them without intruding on otherresidents’ ability to get sleep. Emergency lighting isincorporated into the hallways and the individualresidents control lighting in residence rooms.2.  Ceiling lighting is efficient but likely to seeminstitutional, wall lighting is a good alternative. Wallsconces are present in the design.6 – Second Floor Lighting &Electrical Plan
  7. 7. ASID Competition Harbor House7 – Lighting SpecificationsSpecifications:MANUFACTURER: Compliance SignsSUBSTRATE: 0.040” (1mm) aluminum, white enamel coatedboth sidesPRINTING LAYER: 3.0 mil Vinyl with 1.0 mil permanentacrylic adhesive UV Stable Eco-solvent inkLAMINATE: 3.0 mil, PVC Film (Optically Clear) · ScratchResistant · Chemical Resistant · UV ResistantMOUNTING: Double shaped flange for mounting on dropceiling OPTIONS: Available for additional charge: ·Reflective or Glow-in-the-DarkDESCRIPTION: Aluminum substrate signs printed with UVresistant eco-solvent ink, reinforced with UV, chemical,abrasion, and moisture resistant laminate layer. Doubleflange is shaped to allow mounting on a drop ceiling bysetting the sign between the ceiling tile and the tile track.Recommended for indoor and outdoor business andindustrial environments. Service temperature range -40 Fto +18* Mounting to be altered. Fixture will rest on T-bar.0
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Specifications:MANUFACTURER: AltmanPRODUCT: 65Q 6" FresnelA lightweight, short throw, all purpose lighting device, the6" fresnel produces a soft edged beam which varies indiameter from 4.2 feet to 21 feet at a throw distance of 15feet.The 65Q is designed for operation with the long life, highintensity tungsten halogen lamps. The Luminaire is used intheatre for acting area lighting where beam shaping is notrequired or in television studios for key and backlighting.Other uses include nightclubs, museums and showwindows where soft edge controlled lighting is required.INCLUDED:-Color Frame: 7 1/2" x 7 1/2", black, flat-Safety Cable: 1/8" diameter x 36" with 1/4" hook.0 F
Specifications:MANUFACTURER: WPT DesignPRODUCT: Windows wall sconceDESCRIPTION: Clean and asymmetrical proportions playwith the organic textures of reclaimed sorghum and artglass. Ideal in any interior, the Windows is illuminated byEarth-friendly fluorescents. *CF: Compact Fluorescent Source 2 x 13w (Max) PL GX-23Base Lamps Included* Fluorescent lamps not properly disposed of poison ourenviron- ment. Properly disposing of your old fluorescentlamps prevents the release of mercury into ourenvironment.Specifications:MANUFACTURER: BruckPRODUCT: Enzis Swing SpotDESCRIPTION: The Enzis Swing Spot is a fully adjustablefixture with a wide range of movement; two separate jointson the Enzis Swing Spot gives it the freedom to providelight in almost any direction. Integrated adaptor for usewith Enzis track only.The Enzis Swing Spot can not be used`with accessoriesTECHNICAL SPECS: 50W Max. Lamp not includedGU5.3 socket typePART NUMBERS: 140730bz bronze140730mc matte chrome
  8. 8. ASID Competition Harbor House8 – Material SpecificationsFLOOR COVERING SCHEDULEFLOOR COVERINGFC-1BAMBOOMANF: BAMBOO HARDWOODSSTYLE: MOSO PRE-FINISHEDCOLOR: ALUM-OXIDE + ACRYLIC URETH.SIZE: 75.6" x 3.78" x 0.59"FC-2STAINED CONCRETEMANF: ECOPROCOTESTYLE: SOYCRETECOLOR: BLACK GRANITESIZE: SOLD BY THE GALLONFC-3CORKMANF: GREEN FLOORSSTYLE: CORK PLANKCOLOR: OCTANS 15SIZE: 35 13/16” x 11 13/16” x 1/2"CT-1CERAMIC TILEMANF: IRIS USSTYLE: URBANCOLOR: HIGHRISE GREYSIZE: 18" X 18”* GROUT: MAPEI/00 WHITEFLOOR COVERING NOTES1.  GROUT TO BE SUPPLIED AND INSTALLED BY G.C.2.  TILE TO BE INSTALLED WITH CONSISTENT GROUT WIDTH THROUGHOUTAPPROX. 1/16" GROUT JOINT WIDTH.FC-2FC-1CT-1WALL COVERING SCHEDULESUPPLIED AND APPLIED BY THE G.C., UNLESS NOTED OTHERWISE.NOTES:1.  PAINT MANUFACTURER IS SPECIFIED AS BENJAMIN MOORE, ALL PAINTS MUST BE GREEN PROMISE NATURAPAINTS.2.  PREFERRED METHOD OF PAINT APPLICATION IS BY SPRAY APPLICATION.WC-1GLASS TILEMANF: AMERICAN OLEANSTYLE: LEGACY GLASSCOLOR: LG48SIZE: 5/16" WIDE* GROUT: MAPEI/00 WHITEPT-1PAINTMANF: BENJAMIN MOORESTYLE: SEMI-GLOSSCOLOR: BRYCE CANYONSIZE: SOLD BY THE GALLON* ZERO VOC EVEN AFTER TINTINGWC-2GRASSCLOTHMANF: GRASSCLOTHWALLCOVERING.COMSTYLE: GRS-1100COLOR: SILVERSIZE: 36" X 8 YARDS/ROLL* CLASS "A" FIRE RATED* MADE OF 100% NATURAL YARNS & FIBERSPT-2PAINTMANF: BENJAMIN MOORESTYLE: SEMI-GLOSSCOLOR: COAT OF ARMSSIZE: SOLD BY THE GALLON* ZERO VOC EVEN AFTER TINTINGWC-3WALLCOVERINGMANF: OMNOVASTYLE: AVANT POPCIRCLESCOLOR: SAND LINENSIZE: 26" X 18" REPEAT* CLASS "A" FIRE RATED* GREENGUARD IAQ CERTIFIED FOR LOW VOC* 100% RECYCLABLEWT-1WALL MURALMANF: COMMERCIALWALLCOVERING.COMSTYLE: MADE TO ORDER WALLSCOLOR: DIGITAL PHOTOSIZE: 36" X 8 YARDS/ROLL* PHOTO PRINTED ON WC-2WT-2CRACKLE PAINTMANF: THE REAL MILK PAINT COSTYLE: NATURAL CRACKLECOLOR: THICK CRACKLESIZE: SOLD BY THE GALLON* ENVIRONMENTALLY SAFEWALL COVERING NOTES1.  CONTRACTOR TO REVIEW DETAIL SHEETS, FINISH PLANS, AND ELEVATION FOR WALL COVERINGS.2.  ALL FACTORY WHITE SPEAKER PLATES TO BE COVERED TO MATCH ADJACENT SURFACES.3.  ALL WOOD SURFACES TO BE PRIMED WITH OIL-BASED PRIMER AND FINISHED W/OIL-BASE SEMI-GLOSSPAINT.4.  ALL METAL SURFACES TO BE PAINTED SHALL FIRST BE PRIMED WITH METAL PRIMER AND FINISHED WITHSEMI-GLOSS OIL-BASED PAINT.5.  FINISH COATS MUST NOT SHOW BRUSH MARKS, IF THIS METHOS IS USED VS. SPRAYING OF ANYMISCELLANEOUS ITEM.SS-1WC-2WT-1WT-2WC-1FC-3WC-3
  9. 9. ASID Competition Harbor House9 – FurnitureT3C3C5C4S1C1T1T2C2C6T4T5Sub ShopCommon Area
  10. 10. ASID Competition Harbor House10 – Furniture ScheduleFURNITURE SCHEDULEKEY QUANTITY ITEM MANUFACTURER CATALOGUE/NO. FABRIC/FINISH REMARKSC1 4 BARSTOOL CALLIGARIS GN121, CS/1013-P(P77)O778550FRAME: CHROMED METALSEAT: GLOSSY BLACK POLYCARBON ECO-FRIENDLYC2 16 CHAIR JAIME SALM RBSFRAME: POWDER-COATED TUBULAR STEELMATTE BLACKSEAT: POST-CONSUMER RECYCLED TIRES100% RECYCLED TIRE RUBBER,RECYCLED CONTENT, RECYCLABLE,ENVIRONMENTA-LLY PREFERABLEFINISHC3 1 CHAIR WORKING WONDERS 050-LCMDINTFRAME: CHROMED STEEL BICYCLE RIMSSEAT: INNER TUBE UPHOLSTERYMADE FROM RECYCLED AND REUSEDBICYCLESC4 1 CHAIR BESPACE PANDA POLYCARBONATE CDS MADE FROM RECYCLED BLANK CDSC5 2 CHAIR SKATE STUDY HOUSE GODFATHER LOUNGE CHAIRFRAME: METAL AND RECYCLED SKATEBOARDDECKSSEAT: BLACK CUSHIONSMADE FROM RECYCLEDSKATEBOARD DECKSC6 6 CHAIR SAUDER EDUCATION 702-0650FRAME: CO-POLYMER POLYPROPYLENESEAT: HIGH-DENSITY POLYURTHANE FOAMUPHOLSTERED IN BLACK PASSES Cal TB 133 SPECIFICATIONST1 2 TABLE WELD HOUSE EL CAMINO TABLE RECYCLED STEELMADE FROM RECYCLED STEEL FROMAUTOST2 2 TABLE BIKE FURNITURE DESIGN VECTOR TABLEFRAME: CHROMED STEEL BICYCLE RIMSTOP: CLEAR GLASSMADE FROM RECYCLED AND REUSEDBICYCLEST3 1 SIDE TABLE WORKING WONDERS 050-MODUTBLFRAME: CHROMED STEEL BICYCLE RIMSSEAT: 1/4" GLASSMADE FROM RECYCLED AND REUSEDBICYCLEST4 1 COFFEE TABLE GREEN WITH ENVY WINGMAN COFFEE TABLEFRAME: RECYCLED AIRPLANE WINGTOP: 36" BY 24" OVAL GLASSMADE FROM RECYCLED AIRPLANEWINGST5 1 SIDE TABLE MARK BAKER STUDIOS MODULAR CUBE SYSTEMFRAME: SALVAGED STRUCTURAL STEEL, BIRCHPLYWOODEMBODIES CORE PRINCIPLES OFSUSTAINABILITY USING SALVAGEDSTRUCTURAL STEEL FORCONSTRUCTIONS1 1 SOFA ZUO MODERN CONTEMPORARY 900041MICROFIBER SEAT, BACK, AND CUSHIONSWITHADJUSTABLE ARMS AND HEADRESTSUPHOLSTERY: SILVER W/FLORALMANUFACTURER SPECIFIESTC1 1 T.V. CABINET KLAUSSNER HOME FURNISHINGS URBAN CRAFTSMAN ARMOIR WOOD/AMBER
  11. 11. ASID Competition Harbor House11 – Elevations & SectionsCabinet Specifications:MANUFACTURER: ModulinePRODUCT: ProII SeriesDOOR COLOR: BlackF

  12. 12. ASID Competition Harbor House12 – Sub Shop Perspective

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