Tuesday, November 8

Snippets from My Portfolio - Senior Thesis

Senior Thesis - Bloomfield School District Community Center project
The purpose of this design thesis was to use an existing structure and redesign the interiors for a different purpose. I took a historical school building and converted it into a recreational and wellness community center.
The center’s users would be district families, district personnel, district sports teams, and businesses located in the district. The center would offer programs for: senior citizens, adult education, young children, teen youth area, etc.
The concept of having a multi-use facility would provide timesaving efficiencies for individuals and families. Parents would make one trip to a facility where their children could attend an activity while the adult is using the centers resources.
The design inspiration was family, community, health and wellness. This facility would be a representation of the blending and the inter-relationships among all age groups (intergenerational). It would be more than just a recreational center but a total community center. It would be a combination of leisure, recreational, cultural and family center.
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Design Concept
Diversity, Age, Ethnicity, Socio-Economic,
Family, Community, Health, Wellness,
Integration of Three School Districts Merging
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Edgewood District Community Center
The Old Trenton High School
Integration of Old and New Structure
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Basement Floor Plan
Locker Rooms, Pool, Meeting Rooms

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First Floor
Gymnasium, Spirit Store, District Credit Union, Indoor Playland, Childcare Area
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Second Floor Plan
Library, Classrooms, Cougar Cafe, Meeting Rooms, Rock Climbing Wall

2 comments:

  1. With the announcement of the closing of Bloomfield as a school, could this become reality?

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  2. Amy, it would be really neat if that would happen. The only thing is I don't think anyone at the board office would remember me discussing my project with them when I asked for permission to do the research at the school.

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