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SDC Notes Interior Design.

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SDC Notes Interior Design. SDC 100

Gisselle Fernandez
World of Design and Construction
Alexander Wolfe

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Thorough lecture notes from 10/13/15 about Interior Design. Enjoy!
World of Design and Construction
Alexander Wolfe
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Date Created: 10/25/15
SDC Notes 101315 Interior Design The Detailed View Human Centered Design quotPeople ignore design that ignores peoplequot Frank Chimero Learning Targets Examine the idea of licensure Be familiar with key interior design organizations and their roles Examine types of practices in interior design and distinguishing features of practice Examine the typical design process Planning Programming Schematic Design Design Development Construction Documents Contract Administration and Post Occupancy Evolution Phases Licensure HOT TOPIC The unqualified versus the quali ed designer StateQualified interior Designer Title Act Practice Act UN UALIFIED vs UALIFIED The top three quali cations of a professional interior designers Education EXperience Examination NCIDQ Certificate PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS American Society of Interior Designers ASID Interior Design Educators Council INC IDEC International Interior Design Association IIDA Interior Designers of Canada IDC N CIDQ EXAMINA T I 0N Council for Interior Design Accreditation CIDA CIDA accredited programs assure the public that interior design education prepares students to be responsible wellinformed skilled professionals Who make beautiful safe and comfortable spaces that also respect the earth and its resources TYPOLOGIES PRACTICES As diverse as interior design solutions AampD Firms Interior Design Firms Boutique Firms Sole Proprietor Government Hotel amp Retail Chains Corporations etc AampD Firm Giants GENSLER Full Serviced Design Firm 1 Ranked 2015 1997 Design Staff httpwwwgenslercom quotLeveraging the power of design to create a better worldquot projects completed nearly 3000 per year Example Top of the charts Gensler39s Alexander Hotel AampD Firm Midsize FORRESTPERKINS Luxury Interior Design and Architecture Washington DC Dallas San Francisco httpwwwforrestperkinscomabout Luxury Hotels Resorts and Branded Residences Design Firm YABU PUSHELBERG STUDIOS Toronto New York httpwwwyabupushelbergcom Hotels Retail Hospitality and Products quotA collaborative practice that forges clearly articulated meaningful ideas with innovations purpose youth and experiencequot Interior Design Firm Regional JULIE WAIT DESIGNS Inc Rogers AR httpjuliewaitdesignscom Commercial Residential quotFunction as the foremost requirement for any projectquot eFusion 2 LLC Small Residential TYPICAL DESIGN PROCESS Diverse projects required diverse approaches Planning Programming Schematic Design Design Development Construction Documents Contract Administration and Post Occupancy Evolution Phases Step 1 Planning preliminary work often some of it is carried out by the client May be conducted 39inhouse39 before designer is involved Client group de nes the goals of the project and the 39scope of work39 Issues such as preliminary budget allocations types of work reason for work and location of the project are discussed and decisions are made Step 2 Programming data collection if sufficient and appropriate information is gathered during this stage the following phases of the project will require much less effort and will meet the clientss needs more effectively Specif1c information about client needs and wants is gathered Site conditions are checked eXisting oor plans are reviewed need for consultants is analyzed codes are researched Listings of existing FFampE is gathered Information regarding the preliminary budget and schedule of the project will be identified and shared by the client Designer will engage in factfinding conversations with members of the client group to determine functions of spaces expectations spatial usage licensing requirements site requirements and other pertinent information Fact finding may take many forms interview group meetings observations surveys photo documentation Step 3 Schematic or Preliminary Design Spatial evaluation and analysis based on the information gathered in the programming phase Programming summaries are created to organize and synthesize the information gathered in the previous stage Problem statement is written expressing the designer39s understanding of the intent of the project and overall direction of the design Concepts are formulated to guide the decisionmaking throughout the remainder of the design process Conceptual sketches are created in quantity Initial meetings with consultants take place Designer produces an activity analysis adjacency matrix bubble diagrams zoning diagrams block diagrams preliminary plans etc which show the relationships of spaces in a preliminary format Space Planning More exploration better final solution Step 4 Design Development the final design phase includes a presentation of the final recommendations to the client for approval Refined design and accompanying presentation produced using modifications determined after the review of the schematic design Designer begins to provide details for the design calculate budget estimates specify finishes and furnishings and confirm compliance with legislation zoning codes and licensing requirements Presentation formats may vary and can include finish boards sketches renderings computergenerated drawings models and audiovisual components All code issues are verified All design documents needed to clarify design concept are created such as partition electrical lighting re ected ceiling finish furniture accessory systems fumiture s panel and component plans Approval for the final design should be given by the client in writing pending any changes or modifications requested after the presentation Step 5 Construction Documentation provide drawings and specification of all materials and construction methods for the contractor to use in building or renovating the facility occurs after the client agrees with the design solution Drawings and speci cations provided to the contractor describe how the subcontractors are to approach the project on a tradebytrade basis Required permits and approvals are obtained Bid documents are prepared and distributed Level of quality and work standards are identi ed in the construction documents Finely tuned coordination between all professionals involved in the design and engineering aspects of the project to avoid discrepancies or contradictions within the documents Final consultant reports and documents are submitted Contractors are selected after bidding is completed and scheduling starts for the work Copies of these detailed blueprints and speci cation books should be provided by the design professional to the contractor for use in the construction of the project Step 6 Contract Administration actual buildout and installation of all building systems and furnishings Includes overseeing the estimating and bidding of the construction work coordinating scheduling with the contractor arranging for the purchase of furniture and xtures coordinating with the contractor to install any xtures provided by the owner and overseeing the construction progress Designer does not supervise the construction but rather monitors the progress and ensures that the project is built to the speci cations outlined in the contract documents Owner may also include responsibilities within the contract administration such as coordinating the furniture installation placement of accessories artwork and freestanding lighting and overseeing movein details Purchase orders invoices and payments are made as FFampE is ordered and contractors start and complete their work To ensure a clear understanding of the contract administration responsibilities discuss expectations with the client early in the project and have a written agreement so there will be no discrepancy when the administration of the construction contract begins Regular site inspections are made and corrections negotiated as needed and Final walk thought with client takes place Step 7 PostOccupancy Evaluation takes place after the movein to ensure the job was completed as the client expected and the client is satis ed Many different styles of postoccupancy evaluation may be a discussion with the owner interviews with the endusers of the space or written surveys to the occupants to acquire responses to speci c questions Can be a learning experience for the design professional who can gather information for future projects by learning what works for the client and what should be modi ed in future work CASE STUDIES Projects Indoor Environmental Quality Healthcare Light Study PLATINUM LEED building in NWA


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