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Final Presentation

Presentation Layout

I apologize for the crooked floor plans.  After I presented and had pulled the ceiling plans out from behind, the board came unpinned.

During Presentation

So happy to be done with not only my presentation, but the project as a whole!  I am very pleased with the way that it all turned out and I am so glad that I chose something that I am very passionate about to design.  I LOVE this project and I LOVE the final outcome!

Perspective Board Up Close

Video of Presentation:

Final presentation video

Thank you all for watching my process along the way and commenting with positive words and feedback!

JMC ❤

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The Legacy Dance Academy: Final Product

Occupied Floors

Relationship Map to the Walton Arts Center

Floor and Ceiling Plans

Arrival/Reception

Dance Studio

Cafe/Lounge

Retail Store

Viewing Lounge

Makeup Room

T.V. Room

Sections

It’s all in the Details

                

I couldn’t be happier with how the overall project turned out.  After uncountable sleepless nights and a lot of work, my senior project is done and ready for presentation.  I hope you all have enjoyed watching the project’s progress.  The images are produced using Autodesk Revit Architecture, Photoshop & InDesign.

I’m going to try and have someone film my presentation and I may be able to get that on here for you all to understand the process a little bit more in depth.

Thanks for following!

JMC ❤

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Practice Renderings

Dance Studio (11×17 Final)

This space represents what my facility is all about, therefore it will be one of two of my large perspectives in my presentation.  This is a practice rendering and draperies still have to be added.  The space will be much brighter after being rendered in the cloud and photoshopped.

Arrival/Reception (11×17 Final)

This space shows what you see when you enter the academy on the most public floor.  The final view will be slightly different, with sun shades added to the windows, base molding added to the walls and a soffit above the elevators with architectural lighting.  I am currently working on the view beyond this space and making sure it is illuminated enough to be visible and understood. This space is integral to the concept of the dance academy in that it communicates movement which enhances the main concept of unity.

Cafe/Lounge (8×10 Final)

This is the only space that has been sent to the cloud and photoshopped to be lightened up and to reflect the true materials and colors.  The only thing left to do to this space is to add people as scaled figures. Retail Store (8×10 Final)

Retail Store (8×10 Final)

This image is rendered only on draft to determine what time of day allowed the space to show up the best.  This gives you an idea of what is going on and objects will be inserted in using photoshop after it is rendered in the cloud.

Circulation Viewing Space (5×7 Final)

The circulation space will have tufted chartreuse seat cushions photoshopped in and will be lightened as well.

MakeUP Room (5×7 Final)

This image is not from the cloud, but has been sent but not photoshopped just yet.  The image will be lightened and accessories will be added using photoshop.

T.V. Room (5×7 Final)

This is a draft rendering of the space where the dancer’s guardians and family members can come and watch their practices through closed circuit cameras in the studios.  The image will be lightened in photoshop dramatically.  Check out that carpet pattern… it is from Shaw Contract Group.  I am happy with how it turned out.

 

Thank you for reading!  Leave feedback and let me know what you think 🙂

 

JMC ❤

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Practice Rendering Process

For the past several mornings, days, and nights I have been working countless hours to assign materials to all surfaces, insert, and manipulate lighting to create a realistic perspective of the most important spaces in the Legacy Dance Academy.

Several spaces have materials assigned, but I have not been able to work in all of the spaces to make the lighting make sense.  The few spaces that I feel I have perfected the lighting are the Reception arrival space, the Makeup room, and the small dance studio.

All of these images are produced using Autodesk Revit Architecture

Reception Arrival Space

Make up Room

Small Dance Studio

All images have been rendered on a low quality other than the makeup room on medium.

Let me know what you think!  The lighting in the dance studio needs more work.  I’ll post new pictures that are rendered on a higher level as soon as I get them done.

JMC ❤

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Parti Party?

In class on Monday we had a charette for a few hours to quickly ideate 3 floorplan partis.  Because my project has three floors, I was only able to fully produce 2 partis that communicated my projects concept.

To reiterate the concept of the project:

Unity is key in the dance academy’s facility and this will be done through implementing smaller concepts of movement and transparency.

The two sets of partis show not only the relationship within each floor, but  the relationship between all three floors.

Parti Sketches

The mostly public spaces are on the arriving floor (third).  The dance merchandise store, main waiting area, performance studio, and administrative offices are on this floor.  The purpose being that as dancers, dancers guardians, and other guests arrive, they would not have to go further than the first floor of the dance academy.

A mixture of public and private spaces are on the fourth floor.  This was done to communicate the concept of unity by bringing everyone together on the middle floor.  Waiting areas, dance studios, the cafe/lounge, and locker rooms are located on this level.

The fifth floor is mostly private housing other dance studios, the make up room, waiting areas, etc.  These spaces are located on the top floor making them the most private.

The first set of sketches show a hierarchy of paths which is not shown in the second set.  The space is not completely filled in the first set, however.  Also, the spaces in the first set differ from the second set in that they are mirrored.  What is on the third floor in the first is now on the fifth floor in the second.

Parti Sketches 2

The third floor in the second set of ideation sketches holds the most private spaces.  The third floor houses a medium size studio, a small studio, the locker room, makeup room, and viewing spaces.  A concern was brought up by a professor about privacy and how to manage that when dealing with the arrival space to each floor.  The arrival space will be an enclosed area that guests will travel through on each floor.  By doing this, it creates it’s own space separate from the dance academy which regulates pedestrian traffic.

The second floor of the academy (the fourth floor) holds the instructor offices, administration offices, conference room, medical training room, cafe/lounge area, a small studio, a medium studio, and viewing spaces.  This floor brings together public spaces from the fifth floor and private spaces from the third floor and becomes a communal area where the users can unite and enhance relationships.

The fifth floor holds the large performance studio where not only large practices take place, but also small performances can be done and watched.  It also holds a lobby/reception space, waiting area, apparel store and gift shop, and viewing areas.  A concern was brought up that it was awkward to have the apparel store on the third floor of the academy and whether that would be optimal for the users or not.  The stores main purpose is to provide a place for the dancers to purchase the required apparel and shoes for dance practices.  Having the store on site makes it easy for the parents or guardians to make a quick purchase right before or after class.  Having it on the third floor of the academy next to the large performance studio also allows small gift-like products to be sold for people to purchase who have come to watch a performance.

Now onto block plans which will be shown and discussed in my next post!

Thanks for reading!

JMC ❤

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