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  • Urban Loft ProjectClient: Dr. Michelle Roberts156 Porter St. Boston, MA

    Designed by: Jared SellPrepared for: ADI - S601

    25 October 2012

  • Client Brief and Program

    Kitchen Refrigerator - 32x66x30 Stove 30x36x24 Microwave 20x12x16 3 Stools for island 24x24x30 Sink 22x30x8 Dish washer 24x35x24Dining Area Table for 6 48x30x36 6 Chairs 18x36x22Living Room/Entertainment Area Large Section for 12 - 166x36x117 Coee Table 24x20x36 TV w/DVD, Speakers, etc. 36 Flat Screen TV Stand 60x24x24 Small Desk w/chair 56x30x30Bathroom (Main) Toilet 15x32x30 Shower 36x84x36 Sink w/ vanity 26x30x18Bathroom (Master) Toilet - 15x32x30 Cabinet 18x30x8 Sink w/large vanity - 48x30x18 Large Tub 60x22x40Bedroom Queen Bed 60x24x80 2 Dressers 60x30x16 2 Nightstands 24x24x16 Free Standing Mirror 12x48x8Oce Large Desk w/Chair 70x30x36 3 Bookshelves 42x72x12 Table 48x30x72 Chair 24x36x24 Table 24x20x36 Bookshelf 42x36x12 2 Lamps 20x24x20

    Loft Space Medium Sofa 80x31x32 Arm Chair 32x26x31 Coee Table 24x20x36 Bookshelf 42x36x12 2 Lamps 20x24x20

    Space DimensionsOce 15x12Master Bath 8x14Bed 19x14Dining 15x11Entertainment 30x15Bath 5x8Closet 5x5Stairs 11x11Kitchen 20x11Loft 20x14

    Dr. Michelle Roberts - Female, 30-35, is a young professional who is beginning her career as a General Surgeon. Originally from Boston, she has always loved the city and is happy with having the opportunity to work here. On average, she spends 75 hours a week working at the hospital and takes one month o a year for travel and one month for Doctors without Borders. She is usually stationed in South America (due to her proficient knowledge of Spanish and Portuguese), servicing various countries, including Brazil, Bolivia, and Paraguay. She loves discovering new places and traveling to exotic places for vacation, especially islands. Anything from the Pacific, to the Caribbean, to the Mediterra-nean, and any other type of colorful foreign islands are her favorites. While she does not normally collect items from her travels, she does photograph everything and has large prints that she would like to use as inspiration for her new space.

    Relaxation, family, and friends are critical for the client. She is big on entertaining and having a place that takes her away from her work life. Using sterile colors, such as light blues and greens are not allowed. Including spaces for people to stay over and gather and important. While she enjoys house plants, she has little time to keep up the maintenance. In addition to relaxation and guest spaces, she does need a small space to focus on research for working and teaching. At Harvard, she teaches entry to medicine classes to undergraduates. She enjoys inspiring the youth and mentoring the students through the process of becoming a doctor.

    Dr. Roberts hectic schedule does not allow for much time to cook or prepare meals. With times always shifting, she relies on take out and food friends bring over. An extrovert and big on entertaining, she utilizes her home entertainment system and rooftop garden when guests are over. She is not known for having many possessions other than her medical books and journals. Dr. Roberts is known for hating clutter and liking things to be well organized. Easy going, she is a simple person who is very career oriented.

    Overall, she is a fun person who really just needs an escape from her professional world. The development of proper spaces and a flow that reflects her lifestyle is her first priority with a new space. Hopefully together, we can create a space that is a personal retreat from her hospital life, while maintaining a functional, livable and easy to manage environment.

    Urban Loft Project

    Client: Dr. Michelle Roberts156 Porter St. Boston, MA

    Designed by: Jared SellPrepared for: ADI - S601

    25 October 2012

  • Concept Images

    Urban Loft ProjectClient: Dr. Michelle Roberts156 Porter St. Boston, MA

    Designed by: Jared SellPrepared for: ADI - S601

    25 October 2012

    Talk about a dream, try to make it real - B. Springsteen

  • Block Diagrams and Sketches

    Urban Loft ProjectClient: Dr. Michelle Roberts156 Porter St. Boston, MA

    Scale: NTSDesigned by: Jared SellPrepared for: ADI - S601

    25 October 2012The images above and to the right are various sketches and diagrams throughout the design process.

  • First Floor - Plan View

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    Urban Loft ProjectClient: Dr. Michelle Roberts156 Porter St. Boston, MA

    Scale: 1/4 = 1 - 0Designed by: Jared SellPrepared for: ADI - S601

    25 October 2012

  • Loft - Plan View

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    Urban Loft ProjectClient: Dr. Michelle Roberts156 Porter St. Boston, MA

    Scale: 1/4 = 1 - 0Designed by: Jared SellPrepared for: ADI - S601

    25 October 2012

  • Rooftop Plan View

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    Urban Loft ProjectClient: Dr. Michelle Roberts156 Porter St. Boston, MA

    Scale: 1/4 = 1 - 0Designed by: Jared SellPrepared for: ADI - S601

    25 October 2012

  • Longitudinal Section

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    Urban Loft ProjectClient: Dr. Michelle Roberts156 Porter St. Boston, MA

    Scale: 1/4 = 1 - 0Designed by: Jared SellPrepared for: ADI - S601

    25 October 2012

  • Transverse Section

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    Urban Loft ProjectClient: Dr. Michelle Roberts156 Porter St. Boston, MA

    Scale: 1/4 = 1 - 0Designed by: Jared SellPrepared for: ADI - S601

    25 October 2012

  • Public Area Perspective

    Urban Loft ProjectClient: Dr. Michelle Roberts156 Porter St. Boston, MA

    Designed by: Jared SellPrepared for: ADI - S601

    25 October 2012

  • Bedroom Entry Perspective

    Urban Loft ProjectClient: Dr. Michelle Roberts156 Porter St. Boston, MA

    Designed by: Jared SellPrepared for: ADI - S601

    25 October 2012

  • Bedroom Perspective

    Urban Loft ProjectClient: Dr. Michelle Roberts156 Porter St. Boston, MA

    Designed by: Jared SellPrepared for: ADI - S601

    25 October 2012

  • Day Rooftop Perspective

    Urban Loft ProjectClient: Dr. Michelle Roberts156 Porter St. Boston, MA

    Designed by: Jared SellPrepared for: ADI - S601

    25 October 2012

  • Night Rooftop Perspective

    Urban Loft ProjectClient: Dr. Michelle Roberts156 Porter St. Boston, MA

    Designed by: Jared SellPrepared for: ADI - S601

    25 October 2012

  • Urban Loft ProjectClient: Dr. Michelle Roberts156 Porter St. Boston, MA

    Designed by: Jared SellPrepared for: ADI - S601

    25 October 2012

    Materials Color Palette

    Primary SecondaryNatural Texture Wallpaper Maple Floors/Furniture Floral Bedding

    Area Rug Pattern

    Sofa - Forest Green Ultrasuede Sectional - Teakwood Leather

    Living Room Rug - High Cut-Pile

    Living Room Area Rug - Pattern

    Counters - Rainforest Granite

    Meranti Decking

    Feather RockLiriope

    Karl Foster Grass River Birch

    Staircase Texture

    Aircraft Cable - Railings, Partition Wall

    Airplant Globes

    Pillow/Cafe Chair Fabric

    Title Sheet copyPage 1 - Brief and Program copyPage 2 - Concept copyPage 3 - Sketches copyPage 4 - Floor Plan copyPage 5 - Loft Plan copyPage 6 Roof Plan copyPage 7 - Longitudinal ElevationPage 8 - Tranverse Section copyPage 9 - Perspective 1 copyPage 10 - Perspective 2-3 copyPage 10,5 - Perspective 2-3 copyPage 11 - Perspective 4-5 copyPage 11.5 - Perspective 4-5 copyPage 3.5 - Materials copy