Program for Floyd Hall : auditoriums / classrooms / offices

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Program for Floyd Hall : auditoriums / classrooms / offices
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Department of Architecure, University of Florida
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Department of Architecure, University of Florida
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PROGRAM FOR FLOYD HALL
Auditoriums/Classrooms/Offices


PROJECT STATEMENT

It is the desire of the University of Florida to teach and

prepare its students to be the best at their professions as is

mentally and physically capable of them. To equip them with

knowledge that will allow them to be the best professionals that

they can be and to further advance their profession with the

knowledge that they have gained through their studies at the

University of Florida and their experience at work. It is because

of this desire that the program chosen for the revitalization of

Floyd Hall is concerned with the advancement of the students

knowledge that is gained at the University of Florida. The

program for Floyd Hall is to restore the building to a viable

structure that contains teaching auditoriums, classrooms and

offices for the students and faculty of the University of Florida.



GUIDELINES

Since Floyd Hall is listed on the National Register of

Historic Buildings, the Secretary of the Interior's guidelines for

historic preservation will be followed closely for the restoration

of this building. Since this building is registered, it is

desired that any compatible design that needs to be done for the

fulfillment of this program will be accomplished by keeping the

historic fabric and context of the University's historic district

intact.

The University of Florida's guidelines for design and

construction will also be followed as well as the Standard


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Building Code. If there is any discrepancy between any of these

guidelines and codes, then the most stringent will be used.




SQUARE FOOTAGE

Floyd Hall: 7,296 gross sq. ft. for one floor (114'-0" x 64'-0")


FIRST FLOOR
Two auditoriums. .
Two projection room

Sub total. .


Total. . .
Restrooms. .
Foyer/Circulation.

First floor total.


SECOND FLOOR
Four classrooms. .


Total. . .
Restrooms. .
Circulation .

Second floor total

THIRD FLOOR
Fourteen offices .


Total. . .
Conference room. .
Circulation. .
Restrooms. .

Third floor total.


. . .2,168 sq. ft. each
. . .180 sq. ft. each


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. . . . .2,348 sq. ft. each
x 2

. . . . .4,696 sq. ft.
. . . . .1,000 sq. ft.
. . . . .1,600 sq. ft.

. . . . .7,296 sq. ft.



. . . . .1,292 sq. ft. each
x 4

. . . . .5,168 sq. ft.
. . . . .1,000 sq. ft.
. . . . .1,128 sq. ft.

. . . . .7,296 sq. ft.


. . . . .400 sq. ft. each
x 14

. . . . .5,600 sq. ft.
. . . . .500 sq. ft.
. . . . .716 sq. ft.
. . . . .480

. . . . .7,296 sq. ft.


DESCRIPTION

AUDITORIUMS: The auditoriums are to be used for the teaching

of big lecture groups with the capabilities of showing movies

and/or slides for the instruction of the class. The seating for


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the students will be fixed to the floor, so there will be no need

for storage of the chairs. The fixed chairs are to be individual

and cushioned with fold down seats and fold up desks. The

lighting is to be natural from the windows and also from overhead

flourescent lighting. All lighting will be controlled for the

showing of slides and movies. The floor in the auditoriums will

slope down toward the front so those in the back of the auditorium

will be afforded a better view. The flooring will be low

maintenance material as will the walls and ceilings. Chalkboards,

tackboards and a projection screen will be provided in the front

of the room.

PROJECTION ROOMS: The projection rooms will be connected to

the auditoriums and be equipped to allow any type of audio-visual

aid to be used for the lectures. They will be sound proofed from

the auditoriums and will have the capabilities of taping the

lectures for playback for other classes. All the equipment needed

in a projection room of this nature will fit inside this room.

Three chairs for the operators and shelves for the equipment

needed will be provided in the room. The equipment will not be

provided.

CLASSROOMS: The classrooms on the second floor will be used

for smaller lecture groups of about thirty to fifty students. The

seating will be movable with desks attached to the seats.

Lighting will be natural from the windows and also from the

overhead flourescent lighting. All lighting can be controlled for

the showing of slides and movies. The floors will be level with

carpet used to cover the entire irea. The walls and ceilings will


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be of low maintence materials. Chalkboards, tackboard5 and a

proJection screen will be provided.

OFFICES: The offices can be used by either faculty or

graduate assistant teachers. If an office is used by graduate

assistant teachers then there will be two to three in each office.

If an office is to be used by a faculty member then only one

professor will be in an office. The offices will be carpeted with

a nice finish on the walls and ceilings. Lighting will be

provided by both the windows and overhead, recessed flourescent

lighting. One desk with chair will be provided per occupant.

Shelving for books and other materials will be provided according

to how much space is available after the correct amount of desks

are placed in the office, i.e. in the faculty office there will be

more shelves than in the graduate assistants' office. The faculty

office will also be provided two extra chairs for visitors.

CONFERENCE ROOM: The conference room will be used by those

that occupy the third floor offices. It will contain three or

four regular size tables that can be used separately or together.

There will be seating provided for about fifteen to twenty people.

The seating will be cushioned, on rollers and with arms. The

floor will be carpeted and the walls and ceilings will have a nice

finish on them. A chalkboard, tackspace and projection screen

will be provided. Lighting will be provided by the windows and

overhead, recessed flourescent lighting. All lighting can be

controlled for the showing of slides and movies.


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