Victor J. Latavish Architect, PA
Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Greater Naples
The elevations of the building are designed using a combination of classical elements and design principles, and historical references to the Wright Prairie Style, modified to meet the current building and environmental requirements of the site in Southwest Florida. The building plan is reflected in the elevations, organized into three clearly defined areas: the Meeting Hall on the left, a service core with Kitchen, Restroom, & Utility areas in the middle, and Classrooms, Nursery, & Offices on the right side.
Three dimensional renderings were created during the preliminary design phase of the project, used to study the building form in relation to the site, and to explain the design to the building committee.
The view from the Meeting Hall was of particular importance, and the building shell shown in the drawing below was created using 3D Studio software. Using Photoshop software, the computer image was then overlaid onto a background made by scanning photographs of the actual site. The resulting rendering closely depicts the actual room, prior to construction!
Meeting Hall Design Study
- Meeting and Social Hall with seating for 200 persons
- Conference Room, Outdoor Patio, Kitchen
- Ministers Study and Administrative Office
- Religious Education Classrooms and Nursery
- Building Design Committee, Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Greater Naples
- Victor J. Latavish & Michael E. Thomas Architectural Drawings
- G x G = ! , Naples, Florida Computer Graphics Model
- Clark Consulting Engineers, Fort Myers, Florida Structural Engineers
- Burgess Engineering Inc., Fort Myers, Florida Electrical Engineer
- Robert E. Jewett, PE, Fort Myers, Florida, Mechanical Engineer
- Kepple Engineering, Naples, Florida Civil Engineers
Copyright 1998 Victor J. Latavish Architect, P.A., Naples, Florida, all rights reserved.
Photographs and drawings are property of Victor J. Latavish AIA, Naples, Florida
This page was last updated October 10, 1998.