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Broadway Plaza Schematic Lighting Design. Diane Emert The Pennsylvania State University Architectural Engineering Lighting/Electrical Option. January 2004 Faculty Advisor: Dr. Richard Mistrick. General Information. Name: Broadway Plaza Location: Rochester, Minnesota Setting: Downtown

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    1. Broadway Plaza Schematic Lighting Design Diane Emert The Pennsylvania State University Architectural Engineering Lighting/Electrical Option January 2004 Faculty Advisor: Dr. Richard Mistrick

    2. General Information Name: Broadway Plaza Location: Rochester, Minnesota Setting: Downtown Owner: Royal Management & Development Inc. Building Size: 324,303 Sq. Ft. – 29 Stories Occupancy or Function Types: Primary Occupancy: Apartment Building Mixed Occupancy: Business/Retail (Floors 1-3)

    3. Broadway Plaza’s Goals 1. Luxurious Living at an Affordable Price 2. Home Away From Home • Patients visiting the nearby Mayo Clinic • Business travelers working in Rochester Target Cliental:

    4. Meeting Broadway Plaza’s Goals • Highlight high-end finishes • Highlight architectural elements • Emphasize building stature 1. Luxurious Living at an Affordable Price • Cure common dilemma of cliental • STRESS • Warm and inviting “home” appeal • A relaxing diversion 2. Home Away From Home • “Peace - that was the other name for home.”~ Kathleen Norris

    5. Evaluation Spaces • Exterior Façade • Apartment Lobby • Skyway • Function Room • Pool

    6. Exterior Facade Key Features: • Concrete and aqua glass • Curved metal roof • Skybridge to Mayo Clinic • Glass canopy entrance

    7. Exterior Facade Design Design Goals: Prominent architectural beacon Emphasize key marketing features Eliminate light trespass and direct glare Provide appropriate light levels Entrances (Egress/Way-finding)~ 5 fc Sidewalk (Security/Safety)~ 3 fc

    8. Schematic Solution Emphasize verticality and strength of structure * Avoid spill light into residential windows

    9. Schematic Solution Wash louvers and pole structure Highlight contouring curvature Wash of curved façade creates a beacon * Predominant portion visible from the ground

    10. Schematic Solution Market “warmth” of skybridge Add additional canopy entrance illuminance with wash of ground Decorative and Vertical Emphasis

    11. Benefits of Design Solution Enticing artistic beacon Promotes strength Emphasizes key marketing features Warm home atmosphere No light trespass or direct glare

    12. Apartment Lobby • Location: 1st Floor • Function: • Main entrance • Initial focal point • Casual waiting tasks

    13. Apartment Lobby Key Features: Surface Materials: • Revolving door • Lounge area • Reception area • Corridors to elevators • Curved depression in wall • Glass perimeter Floor: Honed Stone/ Carpet Walls: Brown/ Beige Wall covering Ceiling: Paint/ Cherry Wood Corridors

    14. Lobby Design Design Goals: Warm, inviting, and attractive ambience Create a focal point and subpoints Emphasize way-finding Avoid reflected glare System control

    15. Schematic Solution Section Along Rear of Lobby Section Along Front of Lobby

    16. Schematic Solution Focal Centerpiece: “Changing” Fireplace Subpoint of interest Wall wash for way-finding Indirect light

    17. Schematic Solution Home-like Soft relaxing glow Subpoint of interest Pendant denotes reception Perimeter lighting & way-finding

    18. Schematic Solution Example of Wall Appearance “Changing” Fireplace Light Wall Detail

    19. Benefits of Design Solution Warmth of home Intrigue through points of interest Low ambient light = relaxing ambience Way-finding to elevator System control

    20. Skyway • Location: South Perimeter of 2nd Floor • Function: • Warm and safe passage • Storefront façade • Large circulation space

    21. Skyway Key Features: Surface Materials: • Skybridge from Mayo Clinic • Stair and elevator • Retail display cases • Future retailers • Glass perimeter Floor: Unpolished Stone Walls: Beige/ Tan Wall covering Ceiling: Paint/ Acoustical Ceiling Tile

    22. Skyway Design Design Goals: Safe and welcoming passage Market as a “home” for future retailers Way-finding Tie design to lobby below

    23. Schematic Solution Washed for way-finding Indirect cove with illuminated glass center Warm hues to match lobby below

    24. Schematic Solution Washed for way-finding Series of indirect coves Sconce for way-finding Point fixtures within display case

    25. Schematic Solution Retail Display Detail Cove Detail

    26. Benefits of Design Solution Inviting to retailers and shoppers Guides and relaxes Tunneling effect avoided Ties with lobby below Sparkle and adjustment in display case

    27. Function Room • Location: South Perimeter of 3rd Floor • Function: • Social gatherings • Small public events

    28. Function Room Key Features: • Bar access • Two primary entrances • Decorative ceiling depressions • South-facing windows Surface Materials: Floor: Carpet Walls/Ceiling: Paint Ceiling Depressions: Paint

    29. Function Room Design Design Goals: Comfortable and relaxed “family room” atmosphere Lead visitors around space Expand spatial perception Stimulate Incorporate control

    30. Schematic Solution Prominent wall evenly washed Direct light from decorative downlights Low voltage decorative wall wash

    31. Schematic Solution Track fixtures highlight bar access “Picture frame” sconces Farthest walls left unlit

    32. Benefits of Design Solution Warmth of home Relaxed atmosphere created (Flynn Modes) Increased spatial perception Stimulation through patterns Hierarchy of light

    33. Pool • Location: Northeast Corner of 3rd Floor • Function: • Private Pool and Spa Area for Residents

    34. Pool Key Features: • Lap Pool • Jacuzzi • Wading Pool • 3 North Facing Splayed Skylights • 3 Depressed Ceiling Sections Surface Materials: Walls: Porcelain Tiles Ceiling: Paint Ceiling Depressions: Paint Wall Accent: Porcelain Tiles

    35. Pool Design Design Goals: Relaxed and private atmosphere User controlled moods Simple maintenance Eliminate safety hazards Provide appropriate light levels and uniformity Coefficient of Variation (CV, weighted average of relevant illuminance values) ~ 0.3 or less Max. to Min. Illuminance (UG) ~ 4:1 or less for 3’ above pool

    36. Schematic Solution In-Pool Lighting Example Section Section

    37. Schematic Solution Fiber optic in pool General Uplighting General downlighting Decorative Sconces In-pool lighting by LED fixtures Examples of in-pool lighting on walls and ceiling

    38. Benefits of Design Solution Privacy and serenity through reflections Safety Control for various moods Accessible and easy maintenance

    39. Does the Lighting Meet the Goals? 1. Luxurious Living at an Affordable Price • Highlight high-end finishes • Highlight architectural elements • Emphasize building stature

    40. Does the Lighting Meet the Goals? 2. Home Away From Home • Warm and inviting “home” atmosphere • Relaxing • Diversion through focal interest

    41. Thank You. Questions?