Assessment: 1 - Facility/Venue Design Analysis.
Name: Zen Nakamura-Vincent
Student Number: S2803171
Due Date: 12th/April/2013
Tutor: Liz Fredline
Currumbin Surf Life Saving Club (Currumbin Beach Vikings)
1.0 Design Context.
The Currumbin Surf Life Saving Club (SLSC) as a whole is a well-designed multi storey local club, due to its modern but ‘beachy’ looking design traits, which reflects the surrounding up market area perfectly. The club has a capacity to seat around 200-250 guests from its sports bar to dining area. The club is situated in a prime …show more content…
The balcony has large stationary umbrellas hanging down so guests are out of the direct sunlight but still utilising the natural light.
As the club has the up stair function room it allows the club to be much more flexible and provide services to cater for new trends. This room also allows the club to create and have contingency plans in place to ensure that if something were to happen there would be room to cater for guests and ensure no major impacts on the club are caused.
The clubs location, services and facilities give the venue a good edge in trying to obtain guests and income. The Currumbin area has a lot of café styled restaurants so there is competition in the area making it important for the club to host events. The club hosts live local and national music acts every weekend (Currumbin Beach Vikings S.L.S.C), promotional days and the Vikings has nippers on during the summer so through out the year the club has various events to cater for all guests ensuring that the club is capturing as much income generations as possible.
On inspection the club had no signs of vandalism, which showcases the clubs identity within the Currumbin community as being their local Surf Club.
3.0 Develop and Evaluate Solutions.
3.1 Problem: Colour Scheme of Building facing car park.
The solutions established to enhance the front facing