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Resort Design Principles and Practices

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Resort Design Principles & Practices
Daryl Ace V. Cornell
ALBERT J. RUTLEDGE’S
8 PRINCIPLES OF RESORT DESIGN
Be sure that everything has a purpose
Design for people
Satisfy both function and aesthetics
Establish a substantial experience
Establish an appropriate experience
Satisfy technical requirements
Meet needs f0r the lowest possible cost
Provide for supervision ease
Be sure that everything has a purpose...
All development should be thought of ahead of time, and attractions and facilities that are built should be there for some reason.
First, establish the purpose then determine the most important design criteria.
PARTS OF AN OUTDOOR RECREATIONAL SITE:
NATURAL ELEMENTS
USE AREAS
MAJOR STRUCTURES
MINOR STRUCTURES
PEOPLE AND ANIMALS
FORCES OF NATURE
Sewer Works
Parking
H
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Sun
Amphitheathre
School
- USE AREAS:
SLOPE (FLAT, DEGREE OF PITCH)
TYPE OF SOIL (STABILITY, FERTILITY, PERMEABILITY)
NEED FOR VEGETATIVE COVER

- OVERSHADING

- TRANSPORTATION:
INTERNAL ROAD
STREET SYSTEM
TRAILS
PRIMITIVE TRAILS
MINOR TRAILS
MAJOR TRAILS
WALKS
SPECIAL PURPOSE TRAILS
Design for People
Physical strengths and weaknesses of a site
Do we develop what the guest wants, what the guest needs or what we think the guest needs?
Balance personal and impersonal needs
PLAY AREAS
3 TYPES OF PLAY EQUIPMENT
Stationary (climbers, horizontal ladders, balance beams)
Manipulated (wagons, bicycles, balls, toys)
Motion (slides, swings, merry-go-round)
Satisfy both function and aesthetics...
It is important to balance both dollar and human values
“adding or deducting from a person’s well being”
Guest satisfaction and functional profitability must go hand in hand.
Establish a substantial experience...
- Theme – a vision of what should be
- 4 Elements of Site Label:
Lines – single edges indicating directional movement
Forms – external appearance of objects defined by lines making closed circuits
Textures – distribution of lights and darks over surfaces caused by inconsistencies in illumination
Colors – qualities of light reflected off surfaces as refracted by the eye’s prism
Establish a substantial experience...
Dominance
-Every element must be seen in relation to one another.
Enclosure
-Static or Complete - stop
-Linear - go
-Free – wander

WHAT IS THERE..
Establish an appropriate experience...
WHY IS IT THERE?
-PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF THE SITE
INTENSIFICATION OF WHAT ALREADY EXISTS
-PERSONALITY OF THE USER
-AMBIANCE

SCALE
-HUMAN SCALE
-SPEED SCALE
Satisfy technical requirements...
SIZE
In balancing quality with cost, it is important to locate facilities where a minimum remodeling of topography is necessary.
QUANTITY
Plan for expansion
ORIENTATION TO NATURAL FORCES
Sun, wind and rain effects
OPERATING NEEDS – a variety of specific restrictions to be adhered to.
Thank You!
Meet needs for the lowest possible cost...
Balance needs and budget
-Considering development as well as maintenance costs.
Use existing site resources
Provide appropriate structural materials
-Durability
-Appearance
-Availability
-Tactile qualities
-Climatic adaptability
-Drainability
Provide appropriate plant materials
Soil
Moisture
Hardiness
Life Span
Susceptibility to disease
Provide for supervision ease...
Proper design can encourage “good” behavior while discouraging “bad”
Traffic flows can be anticipated and obstacles eliminated.
Vandalizing
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