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rene Keil and Tiffany Lin, Design Consultants to Dean Ken Schwartz, present select schemes for the relocation of the computer lab to studio levels, for a new faculty office corridor on ground level, and for the reorganization of the 4th floor core area in Richardson Memorial Hall

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  • Town Hall MeetingROOM 201

    KEILLINpartnership

    Renovation proposals for Richardson Memorial Hall will be presented. All Students, Faculty and Staff are welcome to attend and ll out comment sheets!! Monday, 1/25, 12-12:45pm, Rm 201.

  • RICHARDSON MEMORIAL HALL PRELIMINARY PROGRAM STUDYKEILLINpartnership

    1900 1910 1920 1930 1940 1950 1960 1970 1980 1990 2000 2010 2020

    1908-1963 MEDICAL SCHOOL OCCUPIES RMH

    ARCH

    1908 Richardson Memorial Hall built for Medical School

    BUILDING TIME LINE

    The building is named for Dr. Tobias G. Richardson, Dean of the Medical Department from 1865-1885.

  • RICHARDSON MEMORIAL HALL PRELIMINARY PROGRAM STUDYKEILLINpartnership

    1900 1910 1920 1930 1940 1950 1960 1970 1980 1990 2000 2010 2020

    1908-1963 MEDICAL SCHOOL OCCUPIES RMH

    ARCH

    ARTS & SCIENCES

    1964 Architecture School shares RMH

    BUILDING TIME LINE

    Freshmen studios occupy room 401, while the remainder of the architecture school stays next door at Stanley Thomas Hall. RMH is shared with various other departments during this transition period.

  • RICHARDSON MEMORIAL HALL PRELIMINARY PROGRAM STUDYKEILLINpartnership

    1900 1910 1920 1930 1940 1950 1960 1970 1980 1990 2000 2010 2020

    1908-1963 MEDICAL SCHOOL OCCUPIES RMH

    1972 - PRESENT ARCHITECTURE SCHOOL OCCUPIES RMH

    ARCH

    1972 Architecture School ofcially moves in to RMH

    BUILDING TIME LINE

    ARTS & SCIENCES

    Louis Kahn gives inaugural lecture to architecture students in former anatomical theater.

  • RICHARDSON MEMORIAL HALL PRELIMINARY PROGRAM STUDYKEILLINpartnership

    1900 1910 1920 1930 1940 1950 1960 1970 1980 1990 2000 2010 2020

    1908-1963 MEDICAL SCHOOL OCCUPIES RMH

    1972 - PRESENT ARCHITECTURE SCHOOL OCCUPIES RMH

    ARCH

    BUILDING TIME LINE

    ARTS & SCIENCES

    1986 RENOVATION following re in AmphitheaterAttic space renovated for fth oor studios.Fourth and fth levels connected with skylight.Third oor administration entrance created.

  • RICHARDSON MEMORIAL HALL PRELIMINARY PROGRAM STUDYKEILLINpartnership

    1900 1910 1920 1930 1940 1950 1960 1970 1980 1990 2000 2010 2020

    1908-1963 MEDICAL SCHOOL OCCUPIES RMH

    1972 - PRESENT ARCHITECTURE SCHOOL OCCUPIES RMH

    ARCH

    1999 RENOVATION

    1995 RENOVATION

    BUILDING TIME LINE

    ARTS & SCIENCES

    Slide library Special Projects room

    Fire safety improvementsUpgrade of room 204

  • RICHARDSON MEMORIAL HALL PRELIMINARY PROGRAM STUDYKEILLINpartnership

    1900 1910 1920 1930 1940 1950 1960 1970 1980 1990 2000 2010 2020

    1908-1963 MEDICAL SCHOOL OCCUPIES RMH

    1972 - PRESENT ARCHITECTURE SCHOOL OCCUPIES RMH

    ARCH

    2001 RENOVATION

    BUILDING TIME LINE

    ARTS & SCIENCES

    Central HVAC on fourth and fth oors.New studio furnishings

  • RICHARDSON MEMORIAL HALL PRELIMINARY PROGRAM STUDYKEILLINpartnership

    1900 1910 1920 1930 1940 1950 1960 1970 1980 1990 2000 2010 2020

    1908-1963 MEDICAL SCHOOL OCCUPIES RMH

    1972 - PRESENT ARCHITECTURE SCHOOL OCCUPIES RMH

    ARCH

    BUILDING TIME LINE

    ARTS & SCIENCES

    2010 RENOVATIONDean Schwartz commissions current design of new computer labs, teaching spaces and faculty corridor.

  • RICHARDSON MEMORIAL HALL PRELIMINARY PROGRAM STUDYKEILLINpartnership

    EXISTING GROUND FLOOR

    EXISTING 4TH FLOOR

    EXISTING COMPUTER LAB WITH NON-COMPLIANT BUILDING EGRESS TO BE RELOCATED

    EXISTING OFFICES, TEACHING SPACE AND CITY CENTER TO BE RELOCATED

    STUDIOSTUDIO

    SHOP

    MECH

    MECH

    MECH

    MECH KITCH

    CL

    ROOM 404

    RM 405

    RM 101

    OFFICE OO

    CAFETERIACOMPUTER LAB

    TCC RM 405 OFFICE OOTCC

  • objectives1 RELOCATE COMPUTER LAB TO STUDIO LEVEL

  • objectives1 RELOCATE COMPUTER LAB TO STUDIO LEVEL

    ...integrate computer lab into studios

    ...foster studio culture and stimulate learning environment

    ...provide a more secure computer lab

    ...improve quality of lab space

  • objectives1 RELOCATE COMPUTER LAB TO STUDIO LEVEL

    ...integrate computer lab into studios

    ...foster studio culture and stimulate learning environment

    ...provide a more secure computer lab

    ...improve quality of lab space

    2 RELOCATE 4TH FLOOR OFFICES TO GROUND LEVEL

  • objectives

    2 RELOCATE 4TH FLOOR OFFICES TO GROUND LEVEL...create a centralized faculty corridor...encourage discourse between faculty and student visitors...connect new faculty corridor with building circulation

    1 RELOCATE COMPUTER LAB TO STUDIO LEVEL...integrate computer lab into studios...foster studio culture and stimulate learning environment...provide a more secure computer lab...improve quality of lab space

  • objectives

    2 RELOCATE 4TH FLOOR OFFICES TO GROUND LEVEL...create a centralized faculty corridor...encourage discourse between faculty and student visitors...connect new faculty corridor with building circulation

    3 PROVIDE NEW TEACHING SPACES ON 4TH FLOOR

    1 RELOCATE COMPUTER LAB TO STUDIO LEVEL...integrate computer lab into studios...foster studio culture and stimulate learning environment...provide a more secure computer lab...improve quality of lab space

  • objectives

    3 PROVIDE NEW TEACHING SPACES ON 4TH FLOOR...create exible classrooms...enhance central hallway as teaching space...reclaim building core as public zone

    2 RELOCATE 4TH FLOOR OFFICES TO GROUND LEVEL...create a centralized faculty corridor...encourage discourse between faculty and student visitors...connect new faculty corridor with building circulation

    1 RELOCATE COMPUTER LAB TO STUDIO LEVEL...integrate computer lab into studios...foster studio culture and stimulate learning environment...provide a more secure computer lab...improve quality of lab space

  • 16 JANUARY 2010RICHARDSON MEMORIAL HALL PRELIMINARY PROGRAM STUDYKEILLINpartnership EXISTING GROUND FLOOR

    SHOP

    MECH

    MECH

    MECH

    MECH KITCH

    RM 101 CAFETERIACOMPUTER LAB

  • 16 JANUARY 2010RICHARDSON MEMORIAL HALL PRELIMINARY PROGRAM STUDYKEILLINpartnership PROPOSED GROUND FLOOR EXTENSION

    1 2 3 4 5

    6

    NEW EXIT DOORSIX NEW OFFICES

    NEW FLOOR AND WALL SURFACE TO CONNECT

    FACULTY HALL / DISPLAY

    WIDENED CORRIDOR TOCELEBRATE NATURAL

    LIGHT AND VIEW

    LOUNGE AREA

    SHOP

    MECH

    MECH

    MECH

    MECH KITCH

    RM 101 CAFETERIA

  • SHOP

    MECH

    MECH

    MECH

    MECH KITCH

    RM 101 CAFETERIA

    16 JANUARY 2010RICHARDSON MEMORIAL HALL PRELIMINARY PROGRAM STUDYKEILLINpartnership

    NEW EXIT DOORSIX NEW OFFICES

    NEW FLOOR AND WALL SURFACE TO CONNECT

    FACULTY HALL / DISPLAY

    WIDENED CORRIDOR TOCELEBRATE NATURAL

    LIGHT AND VIEW

    FACULTY LOUNGE AREA

    1 2 3 4 5

    6

    CODE COMPLIANT EGRESSSIX NEW FACULTY OFFICESCONTINUOUS GALLERY WALL ALONG OFFICESLIGHT AND VIEW AT CORRIDORS ENDFACULTY LOUNGE AREAREUSE EXISTING OPENING FOR NEW DOORFOCUS ON NEW LAYER, AWAY FROM CEILING DUCTSNEW SURFACE ALLOWS FOR CONDUITS FOR LIGHTING AND INTEGRATED SIGNAGE

    PROPOSED GROUND FLOOR EXTENSION

  • IN INITIAL PLANNING STUDIES, 6 SCHEMES FOR LABS AND CLASSROOMS WERE EXPLORED ...

  • RICHARDSON MEMORIAL HALL PRELIMINARY PROGRAM STUDYKEILLINpartnership EXISTING FOURTH FLOOR

    STUDIOSTUDIO

    ROOM 404

    RM 405 OFFICE OOTCC

  • 16 JANUARY 2010RICHARDSON MEMORIAL HALL PRELIMINARY PROGRAM STUDYKEILLINpartnership

    PROSLABS INTEGRATED WITH STUDIOSBI-SYMMETRICAL VOLUMES IN SPIRIT OF RMHMAXIMUM GAINED CRIT SPACES

    CONSSTUDIO ACCESS ONLY THROUGH LABS, NO SECURITYDOUBLE WIRING FOR TWO LABSCIRCULATION DIVIDES LABS INTO PODS30 STUDIO DESKS LOST

    SCHEME 1 : CLOSE TWINS

    SCHEME 1 UNIT PROGRAM SF NEW SF EXISTG SF GAIN/LOSS

    311 gsfCOMPUTER LABS 303 nsf 1,212 sf 776 sf + 436 sf 303 nsf x 4 pods 32 work stations 26 work stations + 6 work stations

    732 gsf per lab including center aisle 1,025 gsfCRIT SPACES 993 nsf 993 sf 315 sf RM 405 + 678 sf

    STUDIO SPACE 2,372 sf per studio 4,744 sf 6,210 sf - 1,466 sf - 30 studio desks

    COMPUTER LAB 1 606 nsf, 16 work stationscirculation btwn two pods

    COMPUTER LAB 2 606 nsf, 16 work stationscirculation btwn two pods

    CLASSRMS/ CRIT SPACE993 nsf

  • 16 JANUARY 2010RICHARDSON MEMORIAL HALL PRELIMINARY PROGRAM STUDYKEILLINpartnership SCHEME 2 : DISTANT TWINS

    COMPUTER LAB 1 496 nsf, 24 work stations

    COMPUTER LAB 2 496 nsf, 24 work stations

    CLASSRMS/ CRIT SPACE993 nsf

    PROSLABS INTEGRATED WITH STUDIOSBI-SYMMETRICAL VOLUMES IN SPIRIT OF RMHMAXIMUM GAINED WORK STATIONS AND CRIT SPACESSECURE LOCATION OF LABS WITHIN STUDIOS

    CONSMINIMAL PRESENCE OF LAB DESIGNDOUBLE WIRING FOR TWO LABS30 STUDIO DESKS LOST

    SCHEME 2 UNIT PROGRAM SF NEW SF EXISTG SF GAIN/LOSS

    523 gsfCOMPUTER LABS 496 nsf 992 sf 776 sf + 216 sf 48 work stations 26 work stations + 22 work stations 1,025 gsfCRIT SPACES 993 nsf 993 sf 315 sf RM 405 + 678 sf

    STUDIO SPACE 2,581 sf per studio 5,162 sf 6,210 sf - 1,048 sf - 30 studio desks

  • 16 JANUARY 2010RICHARDSON MEMORIAL HALL PRELIMINARY PROGRAM STUDYKEILLINpartnership SCHEME 3 : SINGLE LOADED

    COMPUTER LAB 1 1,131 nsf, 40 work stations

    CLASSRMS/ CRIT SPACE993 nsf

    PROSLABS INTEGRATED WITH STUDIOSSINGLE WING OF WIRINGMAXIMUM GAINED CRIT SPACESMAXIMUM INTEGRATION OF LAB TO STUDIO

    CONSWINDOW WALL OBSTRUCTEDDISRUPTED STUDIO CONFIGURATION39 STUDIO