Assignment 5: Presentation & Media
Worth 30% of term
Due: No later than 11:30PM ET Day 4 of Unit 10
- Prepare finalized & detailed furniture floor plans & elevations
- Implement feedback and finalize sectional elevations that visually demonstrates structural information, volume, form, materiality
- Demonstrate ability to execute technical drawings to a professional standard
- Prepare finalized FF&E and finish material boards based on their appropriateness and function
- Develop FF&E Schedules, specifications & legends reflective of professional practice
- Prepare and present a verbal and visual presentation to peers, professor and guest critics
This assignment will finalize the technical and visual articulation of your term project. Emphasis is placed on the submission and presentation of a refined and detailed design solution for a small-scale residence.
- All previous assignments & respective feedback
- Black markers
- Imperial scale
- Drafting pencils
- Access to Product and Material Sources/samples
- Vellum or mylar for final drawing
- INdesign, Illustrator, Photoshop, Powerpoint or whichever program you feel comfortable using, assembling project entirety
- Foam boards (white, black or neutral) (on campus only)
- Scissors, Glue, Cutting Mat, X-acto Knife (on campus only)
- You will compose digital presentation boardsthat contain all the components listed below. These boards may be broken up and organized however you feel is appropriate. Approximate size 11”x17” (standard industry portfolio size)
- Scan your drawings within a layout program of your choice (PowerPoint will do if you are not comfortable with using a more sophisticated program like InDesign as described in the lecture). Ensure you do not distort the scale and proportion of your drawings by cropping them within software.
- Note that on campus studentswill be required to create a physical Materials board(s) that will be submitted in class on the day of presentations.
Client Profile & Overview
This should be an introductory slide(s) that lets your peers, professor and invited guest understand who your client is and what they are looking to achieve within their new space.
Concept Statement & Inspiration
By now you will have a finalized concept statement with associated images of inspiration that support your clients intention and have guided your design decisions throughout the term. This slide should make an impression on the group being presented to, and should be a combination of written and visual material.
Finalized Furniture Plans ¼”=1-‘0”
- Finalize your furniture plans for both floors of the loft; drafted in PEN/INK paying attention to lineweights/thickness.
- Plans should be drawn to scale using a straightedge or other necessary drafting template tools and include appropriate room labels and annotations where needed.
- Include elevation & section symbols where applicable.
- Label each floor and indicate north arrow.
4 Elevations: Kitchen & Bath ¼”=1’-0”
- Finalize the 4 elevations drafted of your kitchen and bath; drafted in PEN/INK paying attention to lineweights/thickness. There should be a visual indication of depth.
- Elevations should be drawn to scale using a straightedge and drafting equipment.
- Elevations should be labeled. High level of detail and depth should be included as these are presentation drawings (baseboards, cabinetry design, tile, cabinetry/door pulls, materiality, mirrors, lighting, etc.)
- Cross-Sections ¼=1’-0”
- Finalize both sections; drafted in PEN/INK paying attention to lineweights/thickness. There should be a visual indication of depth.
- Sections should be drawn to scale using a straightedge and drafting equipment.
- Sections should be labeled (north/south & east/west). High level of detail and depth should be included as these are presentation drawings (all furniture seen, baseboards, artwork, cabinetry design, tile, cabinetry/door pulls, materiality, mirrors, lighting, etc.)
- Finalize your 3 previous sketches; drafted in PEN/INK paying attention to lineweights/thickness. There should be a visual indication of depth.
- While these sketches are freehand, they should appear complete and comprehensive. Though they are not to scale, you should pay close consideration to proportion and size relationships. The idea is to illustrate your sketching ability, and the process involved in your design development.
- Sketches should be labeled according to area. High level of detail and depth should be included as these are presentation drawings (all furniture seen, baseboards, artwork, cabinetry design, tile, cabinetry/door pulls, materiality, mirrors, lighting, etc.)
Material Boards (FF&E and Finishes)
- Review your concept and design statement as well as the feedback from previous assignments. Finalize FF&E and finishes that support the design intent of the project. Make sure that you have enough samples/images to explain the project.
- Presentation boards are not only an opportunity for you to communicate the visual ideas you are considering for the project but this is also a reflection of you, the designer. How you compose/design these boards speaks to your organization, attention to detail and level of professionalism as a designer.
- There are two options for composing the boards. You may choose to compose samples by zones/rooms or compose by materials/furniture and fixtures only. You are to consider the design principles and elements as you design the boards. For example, you may consider the design principle of BALANCE by integrating symmetry; a balanced proportion of visual information on the vertical and horizontal planes of the board.
- ON CAMPUS students must complete physical material boards and bring it to class on the day of final presentations. It will be submitted separately from your digital presentation.
- ON LINE students must completed digital material boards that will accompany their final presentation submission.
- FF&E, Finish Selections, Schedule & Key– a table listing all finishes and keyed to your FF&E Boards. Refer to example below. Ensure your samples are labeled accordingly.
- Note: these schedules will appear in your Project Book (Assignment 6). For your final presentation however, your materials board requires the keyed codes/labels on each sample.
EXAMPLES – SCHEDULES
|Code -to match the label on the sample boards||Description -indicate what type of product/material||Location -indicate floor/wall/ceiling as required -indicate which room||Product Specification -indicate who the manufacturer is, the product name, the product finish/ colour|
|HW1||Hardwood flooring||Living room, Entertainment room||Armstrong, Engineered Hardwood Plank, Finish: Acacia-Natural|
|CPT1||Carpet||Bedroom 2||Bentley Mills, Functional Expression Avant Gardia, Colour: Proportion 880238.|
|CPT2||Carpet||Home Office||Shaw Floors, Queen of Hearts, Colour: 00321 Dill|
|PT1||Paint||Living room walls||Benjamin Moore, Aura Waterborne Interior Paint, Eggshell. Colour: AF255 Fondant|
|PT2||Paint||Living room ceiling||Benjamin Moore, Aura Waterborne Interior Paint, Matte. Colour: 2122-70 Snow White|
|CT1||Ceramic Tile||Master Bedroom Ensuite, shower walls||Olympia Tile, Oslo, Colour: Grey|
For submission compile the following:
- Compile all of the above into a single PDF file
- Include a cover page to your presentation with the course name, code, date, your
name and the professor’s name.
- Include one page directly after the cover, to indicate the presentation agenda/overview.
- NOTE: this verbal/visual presentation IS NOT your project book, and their requirements, though similar, are different. Students should remember that this assignment is what will be used to inform their peers, professor and guest critics about their client and design solution.
Save file as: DIDS107_Assignment5_yourlastname_your firstname.pdf
The following rubric communicates grade breakdown and total. It can be helpful to review assignment instructions in detail prior to reviewing the rubric.
|1||Finalized floor plans (20%)|
|Feedback implemented & project refined|
|Creativity & Concept implementation|
|2||Finalized Elevations & Sections (25%)|
|Lineweights, detail and quality|
|Accuracy of section|
|Labeling and annotations|
|Creativity and concept implementation|
|3.||Finalized FF&E and Finish Selections (25%)|
|All FF&E and finishes provided|
|Appropriateness of selection|
|Labeling, annotations, clarity, and cross referencing to legends & schedules|
|5.||Verbal Presentation (10%)|
|Good voice projection|
|Confidence and knowledgeable in subject matter|
|6||Organization & Format, Graphic & Presentation quality (10%)|
|Aesthetic quality, neatness of presentation|
|Conformance to APA standards for citations|
|Grammar and spelling|
|Overall presentation, format and organization|
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