Floor Plans, Room Dimensions, & Furniture
Taft-Van Doren Floor Plans
- Taft Ground Floor (pdf)
- Taft 1st Floor (pdf)
- Taft 2nd Floor (pdf)
- Taft 3rd Floor (pdf)
- Taft 4th Floor (pdf)
Van Doren Hall
- Van Doren Ground Floor (pdf)
- Van Doren 1st Floor (pdf)
- Van Doren 2nd Floor (pdf)
- Van Doren 3rd Floor (pdf)
- Van Doren 4th Floor (pdf)
Student room furniture in Taft-Van Doren is constructed of solid wood. A double room has two beds, two desks, two chairs, two closets, and one under-bed drawer unit (with two drawers; one per student). Closets are typically 3 x 3'.
- 50" w x 26" d x 31" h
- Top drawer is 22-1/4" w x 23" d x 3" h (divided into three equal sections left to right)
- Second drawer is 22-1/4" w x 23" d x 4" h
- Third and fourth drawers are 22-1/4" w x 23" d x 6" h (each)
Under-bed drawer units
- 42" w x 33"d x 5-1/2" h per drawer (two drawers per unit; one per student)
Three-drawer chest (1 per student)
- Overall 18"w x 24"d x 30"h
- Top 2 drawers 14.5 x 20 x 5.25
- Bottom drawer 14.5 x 20 x 8
- All beds are extra-long twin size
- Beds when bunked: bottom bed is approximately 14" from floor to top of mattress, bottom of the top bed is 50" off floor, and top of top mattress to ceiling is 36" h.
- If the beds are bi-leveled, the two beds are separated, leaving one bed higher off the ground and the other bed at standard height. The 2-drawer unit is placed under the lower bed. The space underneath the higher bed may be utilized for storage. Only one of the two beds in the room can be above standard height. The overall dimensions of the higher bed are: (L) 84 1/2" x (W) 42 1/8" x (H) 41 1/16"
- If the beds are separated, both beds are at standard height, and the 2-drawer unit is placed under one bed.