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It’s A Grind Interior Design. A new direction for the Instructor’s Room at SDSU. Ed. Overview. Background Needs Design Rationale Summary. Ed. Background. Space is limited Some items get used Other items are in the way No food allowed = less inviting “Helpers of last resort”. Yaxha.

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It’s A GrindInterior Design

A new direction for the Instructor’s Room at SDSU

Ed


Overview

  • Background

  • Needs

  • Design

  • Rationale

  • Summary

Ed


Background

  • Space is limited

  • Some items get used

  • Other items are in the way

  • No food allowed = less inviting

  • “Helpers of last resort”

Yaxha


Analysis: Users

  • Consultants

  • Instructors

  • Teaching Assistants

  • Visiting Professors

Yaxha


Analysis: Needs

  • More important

    • Scan Machines - vital

    • Specialized Applications (Photoshop)

    • Binding and finishing supplies

    • Transparency printing

    • Slide scanning

    • Meeting area

    • Consultants!

Bernadette


Analysis: Needs

  • Less important

    • Video editing equipment

    • Library of outdated books

    • Training sessions

    • Counter storage

    • Extra cubicle (went from 3 to 2)

Bernadette


Analysis: Data

  • More users / visitors in spring & fall, few summer, no winter.

  • Users / visitors peaked in early 1990s, steady since 1998. Technology available throughout the rest of the campus.

  • Scantron usage: mild increase.

  • Text scanner: mild increase.

  • Slide scanner: variable, statistically flat.

  • Color printer use, Audio tape duplication, software, and hardware help have all decreased over time.

  • Transparency printing is almost non-existent. Jim Edwards said there is really only one person who produces transparencies.

  • - The number of consultant interventions has remained constant since 2002 at around 200.

Bernadette


Analysis: Room

  • “Underground” - can’t change, must adapt: (-)

  • Big windows - natural light: (+)

  • Main and side doors - traffic

  • Sink - Plumbing concerns

  • No extra seating

  • Food/drink prohibited

Joe


Design concept

  • Open up the space

  • Provide for

    • Two consultants

    • Scan machines

    • Computers

    • Lounge area

    • Transient/meeting area

    • Binding & finishing area

Joe


Design Concept

  • Floorplan

Joe


Design Concept

  • Reuse as much as possible (cost)

  • Color: Repaint with yellow/maroon

  • Chairs: rolling lounge w/ flip desks

  • Tables: new for doc prep area

  • Couch: also helps separate room

  • Mirrors: Reflect natural light

Bernadette


Rationale

  • Feng-Shui in the classroom

  • Traffic patterns

  • Proximity of Purpose

  • Consideration for services (plumbing, electrical, lighting, HVAC)

  • Accommodate “The Personas”

Yaxha


Summary

  • Analysis of users and needs

  • Design prototype

  • Rationale based on research

  • Please see our design wiki (link)

  • Questions?

  • Discussion

Ed


It’s A Grind Interior Design

A new direction forthe ITS Room at SDSU

Ed


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