2 powerpoint each one is about 12 slides
the whole context must be about the Finishes that they used and what did they did right and what’s wrong in the interior design like the nature and the daylight the colors large windows view to nature things like that
Pulled points – enough context enough pictures – that is 12 to 15 minutes talk
the first powerpoint must be about
Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago
and the second one must be about
THE Johns Hopkins Hospital ( make sure that it is the one in Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan Tower or the one in The Charlotte R. Bloomberg Children’s Center but NOOOT BOTH ONLY ONE OF THEM )
the whole project is all about interior design and what did they do well in the design and what did they do bad the whole sources must be from good articles and add reference page
two good articles to be used
- Select 2 Precedent projects that are successful projects in their own type. One of the projects must be a result of EBD (See Center for Health Design Website and other resources highlighting EBD projects)
- Identify and explain how these Precedent Projects can help other designers to inform the design of like Facilities. That is, identify major findings that can be applied to other like facilities.
- Highlight Critical design Components that make the project successful: Finishes, furnishings, Color schemes, orientations, adjacencies, ect.
Each person will have 15 min to present 1 of their 2 projects in a power-point presentation to the class on Wednesday, May 30th.
Please be prepared to also provide PDF upload
All work and images MUST be cited. Use APA format. Try to withhold the use of direct quotes. Put into your own words and all paraphrased work must be cited as well.
- Value of the precedent study to the field of design. Use of studies and books peer-reviewed (not unknown blogs, internet information that lack review for content and potential bias)
- Defines the precedents study, highlights special observation(s) and identifies special findings
- Review of precedent study shows the application of analysis
- Critical Design Components are fully covered and shows additional research (does not come straight from the book)
- All work is correctly cited
- Verbal and visual communication of findings
*available through e-journal at Reinsch The Center for Health Design https://www.healthdesign.org/ Environmental Design Research Association EDRA http://www.edra.org/ *Environment and Behavior subscription http://eab.sagepub.com/ *Health Environments Research & Design Journal HERD subscription http://her.sagepub.com/ Healthcare Design free online publication http://www.healthcaredesignmagazine.com/ InformeDesign Webcast: http://www.informedesign.org/EBD-Resources/Tutorials/Web-Casts; Summary Search: http://www.informedesign.org/Summaries/What-are-Re… and Searchable database list: http://www.informedesign.org/Summaries/What-are-Re… *Journal of Architectural and Planning Research subscription http://www.lockescience.com/ Planetree – patient centered care http://planetree.org/
EBD 101 Introduction Video: CAMA EBD 101 (Links to an external site.)
According to The Center for Health Design, Evidence-Based Design (EBD) is the process of basing decisions about the built environment on credible research to achieve the best possible outcomes. Included in this process are the following eight steps:
- Define evidence-based goals and objectives.
- Find sources for relevant evidence.
- Critically interpret relevant evidence.
- Create and innovate evidence-based design concepts.
- Develop a hypothesis.
- Collect baseline performance measures.
- Monitor implementation of design and construction.
- Measure post-occupancy performance results.