Habitat for Humanity Presentation By Natalie O’Connell Hunt IDSN 2850 Spring 2012
In the Spring Semester the Interior Design Sophomore Studio , College of HumanEcology , East Carolina University took on t...
Habitat Family- Diary 1• Family of 4- Mother, Father, 2 young children (ages 4 and 6)• Father was residential constructio...
Habitat Family Picture
Diary 2• Child broke their leg and is now has to use a wheel chair.• New house needs to accommodate child’s wheel chair...
Program Statement• Facts: This family of four just got accepted for a Habitat for Humanity house.• Child is recently whee...
Diary 3• After meeting with the clients, the wife mentioned she wanted an open floor plan. She came up with the idea as ...
Design Concept• Flowing River• Just as rivers flow smoothly from one place to another, my floor plan comfortably flows. A...
MASTER MASTER BATH BEDROOM KITCHEN...
Key LAUNDRY/ UTILITY ...
N A B C 1 SITE PLANS 10 SCALE 3/16 “ = 1’-0”
A B C 1 PLANT LEGENDS 11 NOT TO SCALE
N S 15 1 1 S 13 S 16 ...
1 EAST ELEVATIONS 13 SCALE ¼ “ = 1’-0” 2 NORTH ELEVATIONS 13 SCALE ¼ “ = 1’-0”
1 LONGITUDINAL SECTIONS 14 SCALE ¼ “ = 1’-0”
1 TRANSVERSE SECTIONS 15 SCALE ¼ “ = 1’-0”
1 KITCHEN PERSPECTIVES 16
1 LIVING ROOM PERSPECTIVES 17
Door Number Size Type Hardware Remarks 1X 3’-0” X 6’-8” Wood Panel- RH LOCK,...
Window Size Type Frame Finish Quantity Letter A 2’-0” X 4’-6” Double Hun...
N A A 2X C A B B B A A ...
Room Room Floor Base N Wall S Wall E Wall W Wall Ceiling Ceiling RemarksNumber Na...
N P P ...
N 1 MODEL IMAGESS 22 SCALE ¼ “ = 1’-0”
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Natalie o'connell habitat for humanity presentation 3

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. Hunt McKinnon Instructor of Record
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  • 1. Habitat for Humanity Presentation By Natalie O’Connell Hunt IDSN 2850 Spring 2012
  • 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. Habitat Family- Diary 1• Family of 4- Mother, Father, 2 young children (ages 4 and 6)• Father was residential construction manager and lost his job 3 years ago• Savings dwindled down- no longer able to afford their house• Moved into an apartment that was too small for family of four• Applied for Habitat for Humanity house and got accepted
  • 4. Habitat Family Picture
  • 5. Diary 2• Child broke their leg and is now has to use a wheel chair.• New house needs to accommodate child’s wheel chair needs with hallways and door ways to comfortably fit the wheel chair• ramp for entering and exiting
  • 6. Program Statement• Facts: This family of four just got accepted for a Habitat for Humanity house.• Child is recently wheel chair bound• Needs: They need enough room to comfortably fit four people.• The children and parents each need separate bedrooms and bathrooms• House needs to include kitchen, dining, living, laundry and utility• Needs to have a wheelchair ramp as well as hallways and doorways to fit wheelchair
  • 7. Diary 3• After meeting with the clients, the wife mentioned she wanted an open floor plan. She came up with the idea as a river for an inspiration for the design of the house. She also wanted the relaxing colors of nature to be used.
  • 8. Design Concept• Flowing River• Just as rivers flow smoothly from one place to another, my floor plan comfortably flows. As you first walk into the space, the living, kitchen, and dining room have an open floor plan, and to the right of all this is a hallway which connects or “flows” all of the other rooms (bedrooms, bathroom, and laundry).• Rivers contain natural colors of blue, green and tans. This color palate is what my house will consist of.
  • 9. MASTER MASTER BATH BEDROOM KITCHEN LAUNDRYDINING / FAN/ROOM HVAC BATHROOM MASTER CLOSET HALLWAYLIVING CLOSET BEDROOMROOM CLOSET TWO BEDROOM ONE ONE TWO KEY PUBLIC SEMI- HALLWAY 1 BUBBLE DIAGRAM S8 NOT TO SCALE PUBLIC IMMEDIATELY PRIVATE CONNECTING
  • 10. Key LAUNDRY/ UTILITY MASTER CLOSETIMMEDIATE DINING ROOM MASTER BATH LIVING ROOM MASTER BED BEDROOM 1 BEDROOM 2 BATHROOM CLOSET 1 CLOSET 2 KITCHENCONVENIENTNO RELATIONSHIP DINING ROOM KITCHEN LIVING ROOM LAUNDRY/ UTILITY BATHROOM BEDROOM 1 CLOSET 1 BEDROOM 2 CLOSET 2 MASTER BED MASTER BATH MASTER CLOSET 1 ADJACENCY MATRIX S9 NOT TO SCALE
  • 11. N A B C 1 SITE PLANS 10 SCALE 3/16 “ = 1’-0”
  • 12. A B C 1 PLANT LEGENDS 11 NOT TO SCALE
  • 13. N S 15 1 1 S 13 S 16 1 1S 14 PULL DOWN 2 S 13 STAIR S 17 2 1 FLOOR PLAN S 12 SCALE ¼ “ = 1’-0”
  • 14. 1 EAST ELEVATIONS 13 SCALE ¼ “ = 1’-0” 2 NORTH ELEVATIONS 13 SCALE ¼ “ = 1’-0”
  • 15. 1 LONGITUDINAL SECTIONS 14 SCALE ¼ “ = 1’-0”
  • 16. 1 TRANSVERSE SECTIONS 15 SCALE ¼ “ = 1’-0”
  • 17. 1 KITCHEN PERSPECTIVES 16
  • 18. 1 LIVING ROOM PERSPECTIVES 17
  • 19. Door Number Size Type Hardware Remarks 1X 3’-0” X 6’-8” Wood Panel- RH LOCK, LEVER A HARDWARE 2X 3’-0” X 6’-8” Wood Panel- LH LOCK, LEVER A HARDWARE A B 4X 3’-0” X 6’-8” Wood Panel- LH LEVER A HARDWARE 4Y 5’-6” X 6’-8” Sliding Doors RAIL SYSTEM C 5X 3’-0” X 6’-8” Wood Panel- LH LEVER A HARDWARE 5Y 5’-6” X 6’-8” Sliding Doors RAIL SYSTEM C 6X 3’-0” X 6’-8” Wood Panel- RH LEVER A HARDWARE C 7X 1’-6” X 6’-8” Vented Door- LH LEVER B Reverse HARDWARE 8X 3’-0” X 6’-8” Wood Panel- RH LEVER A HARDWARE 9X 3’-0” X 6’-8” Wood Panel- RH LEVER A HARDWARE 10X 3’-0” X 6’-8” Wood Panel- RH LEVER A HARDWARE 10Y 7’-0” X 6’-8” Sliding Doors RAIL SYSTEM C 1 DOOR SCHEDULES 18
  • 20. Window Size Type Frame Finish Quantity Letter A 2’-0” X 4’-6” Double Hung Painted Pre-Finished Wood B 2’-0” X 3’-6” Double Hung Painted Pre-Finished Wood 2’-0” X 2’-0” Fixed Painted Pre-Finished C Wood A B C 1 WINDOW SCHEDULES 19
  • 21. N A A 2X C A B B B A A 2X 9X A A A A 2X C A B B B A A 2X 9X A A A 7X 6X 8X A 10Y 10X A 7X 6X 8X A 4X 5X 10Y 5Y 10X 4X 5X A Window 5Y 4Y A A Door A A A 1X A A A A 4Y A A A A 1X A A A A 1 WINDOW AND DOOR SCHEDULES 20 SCALE ¼ “ = 1’-0”
  • 22. Room Room Floor Base N Wall S Wall E Wall W Wall Ceiling Ceiling RemarksNumber Name Material Height 1 Living Wood Wood Paint Paint Paint Paint Gyp Board 9’-0” Room Painted 2 Dining Wood Wood Paint Paint Paint Paint Gyp Board 9’-0” Room Painted 3 Kitchen Wood Wood Paint Paint Paint Paint Gyp Board 9’-0” Painted 4 Bedroom Carpet Wood Paint Paint Paint Paint Gyp Board 9’-0” One Painted 5 Bedroom Carpet Wood Paint Paint Paint Paint Gyp Board 9’-0” Two Painted 6 Laundry/ Tile Wood Paint Paint Paint Paint Gyp Board 9’-0” Fan Painted 7 HVAC Wood Wood Paint Paint Paint Paint Gyp Board 9’-0” Painted 8 Bathroom Tile Wood Paint Paint Paint Paint Gyp Board 9’-0” Painted 9 Master Tile Wood Paint Paint Paint Paint Gyp Board 9’-0” Bathroom Painted 10 Master Carpet Wood Paint Paint Paint Paint Gyp Board 9’-0” Bedroom Painted 1 FINISH SCHEDULE S 21
  • 23. N P P P P W 9 P P W 8 P W 3 P W 6 P T P W 2 P T W T W 10 P W P C W 7 P W P W 1 P P P W W 4 P W 5 P Ceiling C C Room Base Wall # Floor 1 FINISH SCHEDULES 22 SCALE ¼ “ = 1’-0”
  • 24. N 1 MODEL IMAGESS 22 SCALE ¼ “ = 1’-0”

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