/5 Floor plan map drawing including positions of all walls, doors, sinks / counters, furniture / large movable items (draw all objects as if you are looking down on them). Must be attached to the design board
/5 At least one 3D drawing from one view point drawn with sharp clear lines and full colour must be attached to the design board
/2 At least 2 samples of building materials used must be attached to the design board
/2 At least 2 samples of paint colours used must be attached to the design board
/3 One detailed paragraph describing your overall plan.
/3 Detailed written descriptions to go with all images / material samples
Objects that must be in the art studio:
- teacher work station of some form -computer work stations of some form -large white wall for displaying work
-separate white screen / wall for image projection -25 easels
-12 tall and narrow carts to go beside easels with set of drawers or shelves -25 stools -sculpture tables and seating for 25 people -light table
-2 pottery wheels -shelves to hold various paper
-improved paint drying system -human model / still life display area
-paper cutter -printing press
Existing studio items that cannot be removed: storage cupboards, sinks and counters, clay firing kiln, four walls, 2 doors, windows
Everything else can be changed… its up to your imagination!!!
Think of what the art studio is used for. Things to consider:
When I arrange the objects in the room how will I allow for easy movement around the space with 30 people working?
What new lighting can be installed?
What materials can I include that will cut down the noise?
How can I make the studio more appealing to the eyes? What colours, materials, arrangement would make it a relaxing and inspiring art making space?