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I already have a Rhino model ready, it’s a building I designed (first attachment

I already have a Rhino model ready, it’s a building I designed (first attachment), and I have to render it using Rhino with the help of enscape, I can’t use any other program. I’m going to put an example of what the rendering should look like. You have to choose the materials for each piece (wall, roof, floor, doors, ceilings), I’ll send you the marker first-floor plan that I made, and it’ll help you choose the materials. Also, you have to add some shadows to play with the time and day, add some people, trees, and grass, …

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Instructions It is time to start putting together your final research paper. You

Instructions
It is time to start putting together your final research paper. You will turn in your final research paper on Thursday of week 11.
Your research, schematic design, and graphic development must be organized in a typed document which fully defines your topic and proposal. Think of this document as your proposal for Senior Studio II. You must present this document in order to continue into Senior Studio II. This document must provide the topic and all research which we have done in this course. You should use the proposal document which you turned in on week 3 as the beginning of this paper, then the publish of the paper which you turned in week 8. For the final add any information that is missing and complete revisions to the publish as necessary.
Things to include in your document are:
What is the problem?
Is it a problem?
Why is it a problem?
What solutions currently exist?
What “works” in regards to current solutions?
What “doesn’t work” in regards to current solutions?
What kind of interior space are you proposing to help with this human need?
What city are you planning on placing the project in?
How big will the project be?
Will you be designing the whole space?
What spaces will need to be included?
Project Values
Design Theories
Project Precedence
Project Historical Influences
Project Goals and Objectives
What are the square footages and requirements for each space (programming)?
What is/are occupancy type(s) for the space?
Project Concept
What code requirements exists related to the occupancy type?
What are the human factor considerations that you need to know for the project?
Criteria Matrix
Bubble Diagram
Code and Standards Research
Sketch/Diagram/photos should be included in the paper.
The document must be in written format, in a Word Document and on 8 1/2 x 11 inch pages, and must include a cover page, table of contents, and a bibliography (or list of references). You can organize the context any way that you want, but it’s easier if you come up with sections (or chapters) and then organize the information in those sections.
The document must include a list of all of your research resources. Please use APA or MLA format for the paper and the references.
Feedback for Research Paper publish
This paper needs to be formatted like a standard research paper. It needs to be in portrait orientation and be double spaced. Please review the APA format.
I don’t understand your project statement. Are you proposing that for this project you will replace the conventional sanitation infrastructure in the US? This is way outside the scope of interior design. Your paper is very confusing, you have multiple sections labelled as solutions and problems. I am not sure what you are proposing to do in your project.
No where in this paper did you describe what the healthcare resort is and how it will address the issues of sanitation and clean water.
All information in this paper must be written in paragraph format. You need to introduce all the diagrams, such as criteria matrix and bubble diagram. What are they, describe them, describe how you completed them, and how you will use them when you design the project.

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Instructions It is time to start putting together your final research paper. You

Instructions
It is time to start putting together your final research paper. You will turn in your final research paper on Thursday of week 11.
Your research, schematic design, and graphic development must be organized in a typed document which fully defines your topic and proposal. Think of this document as your proposal for Senior Studio II. You must present this document in order to continue into Senior Studio II. This document must provide the topic and all research which we have done in this course. You should use the proposal document which you turned in on week 3 as the beginning of this paper, then the draft of the paper which you turned in week 8. For the final add any information that is missing and complete revisions to the draft as necessary.
Things to include in your document are:
What is the problem?
Is it a problem?
Why is it a problem?
What solutions currently exist?
What “works” in regards to current solutions?
What “doesn’t work” in regards to current solutions?
What kind of interior space are you proposing to help with this human need?
What city are you planning on placing the project in?
How big will the project be?
Will you be designing the whole space?
What spaces will need to be included?
Project Values
Design Theories
Project Precedence
Project Historical Influences
Project Goals and Objectives
What are the square footages and requirements for each space (programming)?
What is/are occupancy type(s) for the space?
Project Concept
What code requirements exists related to the occupancy type?
What are the human factor considerations that you need to know for the project?
Criteria Matrix
Bubble Diagram
Code and Standards Research
Sketch/Diagram/photos should be included in the paper.
The document must be in written format, in a Word Document and on 8 1/2 x 11 inch pages, and must include a cover page, table of contents, and a bibliography (or list of references). You can organize the context any way that you want, but it’s easier if you come up with sections (or chapters) and then organize the information in those sections.
The document must include a list of all of your research resources. Please use APA or MLA format for the paper and the references.
Feedback for Research Paper Draft
This paper needs to be formatted like a standard research paper. It needs to be in portrait orientation and be double spaced. Please review the APA format.
I don’t understand your project statement. Are you proposing that for this project you will replace the conventional sanitation infrastructure in the US? This is way outside the scope of interior design. Your paper is very confusing, you have multiple sections labelled as solutions and problems. I am not sure what you are proposing to do in your project.
No where in this paper did you describe what the healthcare resort is and how it will address the issues of sanitation and clean water.
All information in this paper must be written in paragraph format. You need to introduce all the diagrams, such as criteria matrix and bubble diagram. What are they, describe them, describe how you completed them, and how you will use them when you design the project.

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Area – the room name or area name

Instructions
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1VNaGb1UW_VxSxJiPz…
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1WB7VIfS4O02cUCmx8…
this week you are developing functional goals and objectives for your project. Additionally, you will be working on the spatial program for the project as well.
Each project must have well developed 3-4 design goals.
Design goals are functional requirements that can be measured. Design goals are not conceptual or feeling related things. For instance a well organized space is functional and can be measured, while a comfortable space is conceptual and subjective. So, please do not include goals that are subjective, don’t list comfort or happy as being part of your goals.
Your goals should be pulled directly from your values and theories from the week 4 assignment. Come up with the key things that must be met in the project and list them as goals.
Design Objectives are written for each design goal. Design objectives are generic statements that identify how the goal will be achieved in the project. They are generic because you don’t want to identify specific products or items, but you want to explain how you plan on achieving the goal.
Here is an example of a Design Goal and a Design Objective:
Goal #1: Sustainability
Objective #1: All finishes selected for the project will be durable and environmentally conscious. LEED guidelines will be used to evaluate all finishes appropriately.
Please notice that the goal is a measurable item, and the objective lists not just how it will be achieved but also how we will be documenting the achievement.
The spatial program is a list of all the spaces that will be included in the final design of the project. This list must include all spaces/areas, including support spaces that would be required. You do not have to design all the areas on this list, but you do have to document the need for those space and save square footage for them.
In addition to just listing the areas, you must also provide the following things about each area:
Area – The room name or area name
Description – describe the function of the space and how many people it will serve
Area Square Footage – how large does the space have to be
Occupancy Type – per the International Building Codes, what is the occupancy classification of each area
Notes – any additional information for each area based on the goals, objectives, values, and theories.
Total Occupant Load for the whole building (add up all the rooms)
Once you have the total square footage required for the whole building, add 20% of that total into it for circulation spaces (such as hallways and other transition spaces).
You can use the attached excel spreadsheet to complete the program for this project, or you can create your own format, but keep in mind that it must list all the requirements
When you are creating the list of areas, do not forget areas such as entry lobbies, storage facilities, restrooms, server rooms, copy rooms, mechanical rooms, kitchens, breakrooms, etc.
As a summary, this week you are turning in 3-4 design goals and objectives and a spatial program document for the proposed project.
This assignment needs to be turned in as an 11 x 17 presentation. You are encouraged to use the document that you turned in last week and add the requirements for this week at the end. Also, make sure you include a bibliography at the end of the document that includes all references and sources, these can be put in one large list with last week’s references, or you can separate them. You are encouraged to use images, diagrams, and drawings, when possible, in the research packet.
Please use 2D design principles to layout the 11×17 pages. Concentrate on things such as:
Symmetry/Asymmetry
Balance
Negative and Positive Space
Unity
Variation
Alignment
Visual Distribution
Contrast
Consistency
Please avoid overlapping images and do not use drop shadows in your presentation. Furthermore, please limit your font usage to 2 fonts and make sure that all text is legible. The main purpose of a presentation is to communicate information, so using a fancy font that looks good but is not easily legible does not meet the main purpose of the presentation. Do not use all CAPS in sentences or paragraphs. All CAPS should only be used in titles or short phrases. Contrast is very important when it comes to text, your text needs to have enough contrast from the background to be legible, so please do not place green text on a blue background because it does not provide enough contrast.
Attachments
Program Document.xlsx(13.34 KB)

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Area – the room name or area name

Instructions
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1VNaGb1UW_VxSxJiPz…
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1WB7VIfS4O02cUCmx8…
this week you are developing functional goals and objectives for your project. Additionally, you will be working on the spatial program for the project as well. Each project must have well developed 3-4 design goals.
Design goals are functional requirements that can be measured. Design goals are not conceptual or feeling related things. For instance a well organized space is functional and can be measured, while a comfortable space is conceptual and subjective. So, please do not include goals that are subjective, don’t list comfort or happy as being part of your goals. Your goals should be pulled directly from your values and theories from the week 4 assignment. Come up with the key things that must be met in the project and list them as goals.
Design Objectives are written for each design goal. Design objectives are generic statements that identify how the goal will be achieved in the project. They are generic because you don’t want to identify specific products or items, but you want to explain how you plan on achieving the goal.
Here is an example of a Design Goal and a Design Objective:
Goal #1: Sustainability Objective #1: All finishes selected for the project will be durable and environmentally conscious. LEED guidelines will be used to evaluate all finishes appropriately. Please notice that the goal is a measurable item, and the objective lists not just how it will be achieved but also how we will be documenting the achievement. The spatial program is a list of all the spaces that will be included in the final design of the project. This list must include all spaces/areas, including support spaces that would be required. You do not have to design all the areas on this list, but you do have to document the need for those space and save square footage for them. In addition to just listing the areas, you must also provide the following things about each area:
Area – The room name or area name
Description – describe the function of the space and how many people it will serve
Area Square Footage – how large does the space have to be
Occupancy Type – per the International Building Codes, what is the occupancy classification of each area
Notes – any additional information for each area based on the goals, objectives, values, and theories. Total Occupant Load for the whole building (add up all the rooms)
Once you have the total square footage required for the whole building, add 20% of that total into it for circulation spaces (such as hallways and other transition spaces).
You can use the attached excel spreadsheet to complete the program for this project, or you can create your own format, but keep in mind that it must list all the requirements When you are creating the list of areas, do not forget areas such as entry lobbies, storage facilities, restrooms, server rooms, copy rooms, mechanical rooms, kitchens, breakrooms, etc. As a summary, this week you are turning in 3-4 design goals and objectives and a spatial program document for the proposed project. This assignment needs to be turned in as an 11 x 17 presentation. You are encouraged to use the document that you turned in last week and add the requirements for this week at the end. Also, make sure you include a bibliography at the end of the document that includes all references and sources, these can be put in one large list with last week’s references, or you can separate them. You are encouraged to use images, diagrams, and drawings, when possible, in the research packet. Please use 2D design principles to layout the 11×17 pages. Concentrate on things such as:
Symmetry/Asymmetry
Balance
Negative and Positive Space
Unity
Variation
Alignment Visual Distribution Contrast
Consistency
Please avoid overlapping images and do not use drop shadows in your presentation. Furthermore, please limit your font usage to 2 fonts and make sure that all text is legible. The main purpose of a presentation is to communicate information, so using a fancy font that looks good but is not easily legible does not meet the main purpose of the presentation. Do not use all CAPS in sentences or paragraphs. All CAPS should only be used in titles or short phrases. Contrast is very important when it comes to text, your text needs to have enough contrast from the background to be legible, so please do not place green text on a blue background because it does not provide enough contrast. Attachments
Program Document.xlsx(13.34 KB)

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How can family studies address bullying at this life stage?

FCS is the study of the relationships among people and their personal environments, which involves materials as well as other people. As an FCS student, you are preparing to improve individuals’ lives, enhance family functioning and build community strengths throughout the lifespan in your chosen content area (option).
Review topics discussed in Feldman, Chapter 5 and in class lectures for “MIDDLE CHILDHOOD”.
In 3-5 sentences max for each example, clearly explain at least 3 SPECIFIC examples of how YOUR FCS OPTION can be applied to the life stage: “MIDDLE CHILDHOOD”. For example, How is Apparel Deisgn relevant to their self-esteem? Does Food Science affect nutrition choices at this age? Any Interior Design concerns related to this life stage? How can Family Studies address bullying at this life stage? etc…
Identify your FCS OPTION: ____Interior Design_____________________________
Application Example #1
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Application Example #2
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Application Example #3
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Identify your fcs option: ____interior design_____________________________

FCS is the study of the relationships among people and their personal environments, which involves materials as well as other people. As an FCS student, you are preparing to improve individuals’ lives, enhance family functioning and build community strengths throughout the lifespan in your chosen content area (option).
Review topics discussed in Feldman, Chapter 5 and in class lectures for “MIDDLE CHILDHOOD”.
In 3-5 sentences max for each example, clearly explain at least 3 SPECIFIC examples of how YOUR FCS OPTION can be applied to the life stage: “MIDDLE CHILDHOOD”. For example, How is Apparel Deisgn relevant to their self-esteem? Does Food Science affect nutrition choices at this age? Any Interior Design concerns related to this life stage? How can Family Studies address bullying at this life stage? etc…
Identify your FCS OPTION: ____Interior Design_____________________________ Application Example #1 _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Application Example #2
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Application Example #3
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How many people does it impact?

Instructions
For this week you must write a paper which will serve as your proposal for your Senior Studio Project.
The paper must use standard APA format, you can find more information in the Ai Library or you can use the Perdue Owl website to find formatting information using this link https://owl.purdue.edu/owl/research_and_citation/apa_style/apa_formatting_and_style_guide/general_format.html
Your proposal paper must include a cover page, but does not have to have an abstract.
Your paper must include a list of references at the end, and use proper in-text citations as necessary.
Here are sections/information that you must include in your proposal paper:
Introduction to the ProblemWhat is the problem?
How big is this problem?
How many people does it impact?
Project StatementWhat you plan on doing with the problem and how you anticipate impacting it.
This should include the project type that you are proposing
But should not discuss how you will design it, or the solution, just what the project is. Think of this as the project description you get from your faculty when you start a new project.
This must be an interior project; no other projects will be accepted.
Research that supports the need/problem
Existing ways that the problem is being address (Case Studies or Precedents) you need to provide at least 3
Location of the project reasoning why this is the appropriate location
provide demographics of the location
We will add to this document in later weeks to write the final paper for as part of the final requirements for the course.
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1dI5sRma2B8dFWRTv5…
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1F3_FeVyZOmR91c0uy…

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Develop a publish project proposal that serves as a guide to the design

Project Proposal is the definition of the problem and reports on the What, Why, Who, Where,
and How of the project. Develop a publish project proposal that serves as a guide to the design
process you will undertake in this class. The proposal should include following sections:
PROJECT (HOTEL) NAME
PROJECT STATEMENT (explain the scope/boundaries of the project, define the design
problem with specific project goals, features, functions, and provide a complete
overview of the project including the hotel location and site, context in hospitality, hotel
type, level of service, ownership, client, guest profile, target tourist market, branding
strategies, and curated unique experiences.

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Interior Design

Develop a publish project proposal that serves as a guide to the design

Project Proposal is the definition of the problem and reports on the What, Why, Who, Where,
and How of the project. Develop a publish project proposal that serves as a guide to the design
process you will undertake in this class. The proposal should include following sections:
PROJECT (HOTEL) NAME
PROJECT STATEMENT (explain the scope/boundaries of the project, define the design
problem with specific project goals, features, functions, and provide a complete
overview of the project including the hotel location and site, context in hospitality, hotel
type, level of service, ownership, client, guest profile, target tourist market, branding
strategies, and curated unique experiences.