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Final Presentation

Ashlie Adam
Week 6 Assignment 1
Digital Modeling II
Pittsburgh Online
Revision Date

UP

Owner
Project Name
First FLoor Furniture
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1/8" = 1'-0" First Floor Furniture

Scale 1/8" = 1'-0"

5/2/2017 3:34:28 PM

Drawn by Author

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The purpose of the design is


to create a modern function-
al space. A cool color palette
will set a calm tone to promote
unity in the workplace. Nat-
ural materials will allow the
outdoors to come into space.
Storage and seating are critical
components to the offices.

Final Design Overview Ashlie Adam


Digital Modeling II
The reception area has a calming, cool
color palette with added warmth of
the wood feature. The custom light-
ing fixture add needed light and add
a focal point in the vertical space. Re-
flective surfaces have been added to
the space to exagerate the tall ceilings
and again enhance the vertical space.
The design is functional with a custom
reception desk and lounge seating.

Reception Area: Ashlie Adam


Final Design Digital Modeling II
The open office space is a marriage of
beauty and function. The cubicles are
arranged for privacy and ease of traffic
to walk around the space. The wood
features have carried through from the
reception area. The offices on the sec-
ond floor have glass partitions to all
for natural light and again highlight-
ing the vertical space.

Open Office Area: Ashlie Adam


Final Design Digital Modeling II
The break room brings in the
wood and reflective elements
to create a relaxing space that
the employees can truly take a
break in. It is a functional space
with kitchenette and seating.

Break Room: Ashlie Adam


Final Design Digital Modeling II
The conference room seats 10
comfortably. It was designed to be
an inspiring space to inspire good
ideas and team work. The wood
feature is carried through to add
warmth and interest. The mirrors
help the space to feel even larger.

Conference Room: Ashlie Adam


Final Design Digital Modeling II
1 The Art Institute of
Pittsburgh Online
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Revision Date

80' - 10"

UP
WOMEN'S

7' - 5"
10' - 4"

RESTROOM Room

10' - 4"

Owner
SERVER ROOM

8' - 0"

20' - 7 9/16"
7' - 5"
CONFERENCE

25' - 10"
ROOM BREAK ROOM

15' - 1 1/4"
10' - 2"

12' - 0 1/2"
34' - 10"

18' - 0"

5' - 0"
44' - 10"

13' - 4" 7' - 0" 7' - 6" 7' - 0"


25' - 10" 25' - 10" 25' - 10"
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6' - 6"

21" - 3"

19' - 0"
INFORMAL
MEETING
10' - 0"
10' - 0"

5' - 0" 5' - 0" 6' - 6" 18' - 0" 18' - 0" 18' - 0" 10' - 4"

10' - 0" 70' - 10"


FIRST FLOOR PLAN

Scale 1/8" = 1'-0"


80' - 10"
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5' - 8"

Owner
22' - 1 11/16"
VICE
PRESIDENT'S

16' - 0 13/16"
PRESIDENT'S ACCOUNTANT'S OFFICE
OFFICE OFFICE

25' - 7" 13' - 8" 14' - 0"


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Project Name
SECOND FLOOR PLAN

Scale 1/8" = 1'-0"

7/21/2017 12:08:37 PM

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Second Floor ADAM
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Owner
Project Name
First FLoor Furniture
1
1/8" = 1'-0" First Floor Furniture

Scale 1/8" = 1'-0"

5/2/2017 3:34:28 PM

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Pittsburgh Online
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VICE
PRESIDENT'S
OFFICE

Owner
ACCOUNTANT'S
OFFICE

PRESIDENT'S
OFFICE

Project Name
Second Floor Furniture
1
1/8" = 1'-0"
Second Floor Furniture

Scale 1/8" = 1'-0"

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FIRST FLOOR RCP

Scale 1/8" = 1'-0"

7/18/2017 4:55:01 PM

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1' - 9 7/16"

Owner
Project Name
SECOND FLOOR RCP

Scale 1/8" = 1'-0"

7/18/2017 4:50:56 PM

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Second Floor
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Second Floor
9' - 6"
First Floor
0' - 0"

Elevation 2 - c
First Floor 2
1/8" = 1'-0"

Owner
0' - 0"

Elevation 1 - a
1
1/8" = 1'-0"

Project Name
Second Floor Second Floor
9' - 6" 9' - 6"

First Floor First Floor


0' - 0" 0' - 0"

Elevation 3 - a Elevation 4 - a
3 4 BUILDING ELEVATIONS

1/16" = 1'-0" 1/16" = 1'-0"


Scale As indicated

4/11/2017 10:17:32 PM

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Second Floor Second Floor
9' - 6" 9' - 6"

First Floor First Floor


0' - 0" 0' - 0"

Project Name
Elevation 5 - a Elevation 6 - c
1 2
1/8" = 1'-0" 1/8" = 1'-0"

ELEVATION RECEPTION
DESK
Scale 1/8" = 1'-0"

4/18/2017 6:03:17 PM

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Top of Wall Revision Date

24' - 0"

Second Floor

Owner
9' - 6"

First Floor
0' - 0"

Section 1
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Top of Wall
24' - 0"

Second Floor
9' - 6"

BUILDING SECTIONS

Scale 1/8" = 1'-0"

First Floor 4/11/2017 10:17:04 PM

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Section 2
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Reception Desk

The purpose of the design is to


create a modern functional space.
A cool color palette will set a
calm tone to promote unity in the
workplace. Natural materials will
allow the outdoors to come into
space.
Art/ Color palette inspiration
Paint

First Floor Design: Ashlie Adam


Process Design Board Digital Modeling I
Furniture Options from Steelcase

The second floor offices are a con-


tinuation of the design of the first
floor. The cool color palette will
set a calm tone and adding grays
for a sophisticated look. Natural
materials will allow the outdoors
to come into space. Storage and
seating are criticsl components to
the offices.

Paint

Second Floor Design: Ashlie Adam


Process Design Board Digital Modeling I
Process Renderings Ashlie Adam
Digital Modeling I
Reflection
Digital modeling is extremely beneficial to communicate your
ideas to a potential client. The skill of rendering a realistic space
allows for the design team and client to picture the final prod-
uct before anything actually get constructed. This allows for a
clear vision which will insure the client will be happy with the
final product and will prevent items having to be changed be-
cause the aesthetic is not right.

The Revit and 3ds Max programs are incredibly powerful. Re-
vit is a complete story in one programs. You have detailed con-
struction documents as well as realistic renderings. Both pro-
grams have the ability to generate rendering that are realistic,
professional, and enticing. The material selection and lighting
design plays important roles in the final outcome of the design.
Both of these programs allow for experimentation with both
material and lighting factors.