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Architecture Work Designer

Program

Timeframe

Anthony Abel Sunga

GSAPP. Columbia University

2010-2015

Stamberg Aferiat + Associates Fractal Group, LLC

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Projects Conservation Subdivision

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Hudson Highlands Reserve

Hotel

Saguaro Scottsdale Hotel

Folly

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T.I.N.A.*

38

Residential

Residential

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142 East End Avenue

44

349 Cranberry Hole Road

Urban Intervention

Spatializing Sexuality

Urban Intervention

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2072 Cy-Olympic Games

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Urbanism

Residential

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82 East Mountain Road N

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Public Megablock

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1 Professional

HUDSON HIGHLANDS RESERVE Description The Hudson Highlands Reserve is a proposed conservation subdivision located in the northern rural, mountainous region of Putnam County. The intended target for the development is the second-home New York City market. This market is interested in getaway properties with robust amenities as well as an interest in sustainable living. Within an hour and a half drive from Manhattan, the site situates itself between the Clarence Fahnestock State Park and the Hudson River.

Studio Fractal Group, LLC

Critic(s)

Collaborator(s)

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The facility will follow a contemporary rural architectural language and utilize natural light as the central design focus through an articulated roof structure. The building will also be sited so that arena spaces will feature views of a forested cliff and paddock for spectators to appreciate. We will also employ many sustainable tactics that are outlined in the residential section of this booklet. 5

Proposal

A Site Plan

Because of the region’s well recognized outdoor facilities, the area is experiencing exceptional growth. Putnam County provides a fantastic year-round outdoor experience with winter ski slopes as well as summer boating and hiking trails. The Hudson Highlands Reserve recognizes the region’s assets and strives to build upon its foundation. Region To expand on the Hudson Valley’s focus on the outdoors, the DIA Art Foundation: Beacon and Storm King Art Center calibrates the experience of art by setting it in the landscape. Storm King is a sprawling 500 acre site that curates over 100 sculptures in a setting that elevates the power of sculpture and site. To carry over the region’s emphasis on land conservation, design, and sustainability, HHR’s mission is to develop responsible, sustainable homes that provide a rich vacation experience while minimizing its negative impact on the region and contributing to the sustainable grid. Existing Conditions As part of the Lower Hudson Valley region, history and heritage is an important aspect of the community. The development sits across the river from West Point Academy and adjacent to the historic towns of Beacon and Garrison. It is because of this heritage that the city council enacted the conservation subdivision development plans. They wanted to maintain a particular density,vernacular, and culture. The geology of the site is of particular interest as well. A wide swath of the land contains

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The 155 acre site occupies the western slope of East Mountain with several water features like a retention pond located along Horton Road to the south and Clove Creek occupying a small corner of the site to the west. The terrain is moderately hilly with approximately 40% of the site at a grade of 20% or more.

B Equestrian Facility PROGRAM: 27 Indoor/Outdoor Stalls Equestrian Support Practice Round Event Space 2 Dressage/Jumping Arenas

C Single-Family Residence HHR will be marketed to the New York City second home buyer looking for a bucolic hamlet experience with all the latest amenities and adheres to sustainable principles.

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Loading

A/V Room

spectators

kitchen

classroom

tack WC

cafe

staff mech. equip.

RR

flex space

saddle room

stable equipment

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manure wagon

straw cutter

HHR Program Diagram

grain silo

0.1%

locker room

spectators

0.1%

bedding storage

practice round

4.9% 4.9%

changing, shower

4.9%

turning area

4.9%

fresh fodder special fodder

stable

turning area riding areas driving paths

Loading

indoor riding area

farrier

wash area

loading ramp

mounting

riding areas driving paths turning area

short-term feed

fodder prep

office

parking

The roof will be the driving design element of the equestrian center. Composed of repetitive strips that undulate to expose the interior to natural light, this expression will be a totally internal experience for users.

A/V Room

main entrance

short-term feed

spectators

kitchen

fodder prep

judges’ stand

horse boxes

0.1% 0.1%

riding areas driving paths

loading ramp

judges stand

RR

classroom

cafe

Roof Plan

stand

spectators

26.6%

Loading

lunge area

26.6% Loading Loading

saddle room

riding areas driving paths

manure wagon

fodder prep

turning area

fodder prep

fodder prep

stable

0.02% 0.02%

People and Horses

View NENE View 4 4

turning area

locker room

riding areas driving paths

loading ramp

Outdoor

wash area

People Only

0.06% Indoor 0.06%

practice round

Visual Connection

Loading

indoor riding area

will be a totally internal experience for users.

farrier

0.06%

mounting

0.3%

turning area

0.06%

0.02%

26.6% 26.6% spectators

flex space

foyer

fresh fodder special fodder

driving design element of the equestrian center. Composed SW View of 1 repetitive strips that undulate to expose the interior to natural light, this expression

spectators

The roof will be the

staff

saddle room tack

grain silo

WC

straw cutter

Roof Plan

5.7% 5.7%

RR

shower

outdoor riding area

7.4% 7.4%

staff

5.7%

bedding storage

2:007.4% PM - 7.4%

spectators

outdoor riding area

mech. equip.

5.7%

locker room

A/V Room

stable equipment

0.02%

indoor riding area

spectators mech. equip.

C C

mounting farrier

31.7% locker room manure 31.7%changing, wagon

7.4%

classroom

wash area turning area

bedding storage

riding areas driving paths

flex space

31.3% 31.3%

cafe

loading ramp

straw cutter

C

riding areas driving paths

practice round

31.7%

11:00 AM - 31.3%

manure wagon

tack

turning area

stable

C

saddle room

fodder prep

grain silo

Training

View SWSW View 1 1

turning area

short-term feed

31.7%

31.3%

0.3% Support Work 0.3% Social

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0.2% short-term feed 0.2%fodder prep

fresh fodder special fodder

4:000.3% PM - 0.9%

4:00 PM fert Program Diagram 4:00 PM

WC

31.3%

changing, shower

4:00 PM

0.2%

riding areas driving paths

first aid

driving design 2:00element PM A/V Room mounting of the equestrian center. Composed of repetitive2:00 strips PM that indoor jumps riding area undulate to expose 2:00 PM the interior to natural spectators light, this expression will be a 4:00 totally internal PM experience for users.

stable equipment

9.4% 7:009.4% AM - 9.4%

office

2:00 exercise PM room The roof will be the

9.4%

B

Neufert’s Programming Reprogrammed B Altered Neufert’s program diagram to suit 0.2% contemporary conditions. kitchen

turning area

A Solar Penetration Study A The view of the model from the sun’s perspective 9.4% at noted time.

foyer

wash

cleaning room area Roof: First Iteration

outdoor riding area

edding torage

tethering area

11:00 AM stable equipment Solar Conscious 11:00 AM

B

judges’ stand

main entrance

w cutter

stable

A

parking

11:00staff AM room

B HHR Program Diagram

7:00Neufert’s AM Based upon program7:00 diagram for AM equestrian centers, this version modifies it to 11:00 AM include new programs sh fodder farrier’s room and the site.

Indoor

Outdoor

Initial Research 7:00 AM and Iteration: 7:00Facility AM Equestrian Program Diagram

l Connection

le Only

le and Horses

Part A

spectators

A

NE View

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Part B Equestrian Center

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The central attraction to the development is the equestrian facility. We have determined the equestrian center, club house, and trails and paddocks to compose the amenities package for the development. The center will have 27 stalls for year-round boarding, and each stall will be twice the typical size. There will be individualized outdoor and indoor spaces to provide a healthy experience for the boarding horses. Support spaces and staff will help to maintain the health and wellbeing of the horses. An

indoor practice round and two indoor dressage/ jumping arenas with spectator seating will provide year-round spaces for equestrian practice and presentation. We will provide riders and jockeys with state-ofthe-art locker and changing rooms as well as ample tack spaces and relaxing lounges.

“THE MANIPULATION OF LIGHT AND OPENNESS TO THE OUTDOORS ARE THE PROJECT’S DRIVERS.”

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Roof Plan Computational Process (Grasshopper) Roof Interior Visualization Longitudinal Elevations Interior Elevations

Furniture Plan

Electricity RFP

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Deconstructed/Assembled Housing

Part C

“BY ASSEMBLING PREFABRICATED PIECES, THE HOUSE CAN INTEGRATE INTO THE NATURAL SURROUNDING”

Program The 28 detached single-dwelling residential units will follow the guidelines set forth for Rural Residential zones to maintain the nature and

aesthetics of the region. Furthermore, we will pursue LEED Platinum certification for new construction and aim for zero-net energy use. Lots will include all infrastructure and access to amenities Maintenance and upkeep will be provided for the development by the Home Owner’s Association. Each home strikes a balance between modernity and context. This visualization located on the lot just west of the clubhouse, rests into the hillside sloping down to the lake and filters its inhabitants through the space not unlike the natural landscape. Sunlight is controlled through precise orientation and is let in at specific times during the day to optimize heat exchange and minimize the need for artificial lighting. The exterior cladding reflects the surrounding forest and behaves as an extension of that language.

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Configuration A6-B5-C5-D6-E1

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2 Elective

T.I.N.A.* Tensile Integrity Nodal Assembly

Description To design, fabricate, and assemble a small architectural installation using advanced digital design tools, CNC milling, and ingenuity. Time is an imperative, where instinct, gut reactions, and quick turnover is key to a successful project.

Studio Fast Pace | Slow Space

Critic(s) Mark Bearak Bridgette Borders

Collaborator(s) Nicole Allen, Collin Anderson John Barrett, Phillip Crupi Chelsea Hyduk, Bo Liu Kimberly Nguyen, Michelle Park Sydney Talcott

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“TINA TYPIFIES THE QUICK HAND OF COMPUTATIONAL ARCHITECTURE. IT EXHIBITS THE STRENGTH OF SPINAL TENSEGRITY BY CREATING A DOUBLE CURVATURE.”

Compression Joint

compression joint

screw guide

tension member guide

Screw Guide Tension Member Guide

shape determined by nesting pattern and member to member connection

TINA*

“Boomerang� Piece

Interlocking Pieces

Double-Curvature Assembly

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Part A Unit Optimization and Concept

130402 FPSS TINA Mockup 1/2” = 1’-0” 4-unit Arch Prototype

/88"" 4 33/ 22''--4 8" 2' 7/8" -0 7/ 2'-0

22'-'44""

8'-51/2" 1/2" 8'-5

8'-17/8" 7/8" 8'-1

2'-91/8" 1/8" 2'-9

5'-0" 5'-0"

6'-101/2" 1/2" 6'-10

7'-61/8" 1/8" 7'-6

22'-'-11 33/8 /8""

22'-'11 1 1 / /4 4""

11'-0 11'-0 1/8" 1/8" 12'-10 12'-10 5/8" 5/8"

3'-37/8" 7/8" 3'-3

To pay for the project, a fundraising and sponsorship campaign with a website helped to provide for the project. A sponsorship from Gripple provided all the fasteners helped to make this project possible.

/44"" 1 11/ 22''--1

∆ = 2.75"

∆ = 3.625"

Fundraising and Sponsorships

2" 1/2" 2' -2 1/ 2'-2

∆ = 3.125"

22'-'-44" "

After optimizing the unit for material efficiency and milling time, we tested the structural limits of a 4-unit prototype.

∆ = 2.375"

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TINA*

Tagging & Organization Boomerangs were numbered, color coded, and tagged for easy assembly.

Joining & Sealing Boomerangs were joined to form units and protected with waterbased sealant.

Inventory of “Booomerangs� Each piece is unique to achieve a double curvature

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Part B Assembled Folly

Final Scheme: Assembled for the 2013 EOYS The final scheme was erected fort the End of the Year Show at the entrance of Avery Hall. Initially conceived as a tunnel into the building, the site had to be changed to the lawn adjacent to the original site.

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Completed Assembly at End-of-the-Year Show 2013

Assembly The night before End-of-the-Year show. Each 4-member arch was assembled beforehand, leaving the night for full assembly.

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Professional

142 EAST END AVENUE Description Full interior gut renovation to a six story singlefamily brownstone in the Yorkville neighborhood of NYC. Helped produced drawings for the construction set and change orders. Observed construction phase and interacted with GCs and subs.

Sub

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Ground

Garden GardenFloor Floor

First FirstFloor Floor

Second

Second SecondFloor Floor

Third

Third ThirdFloor Floor

Fourth

Fourth Fourth Floor Floor

Roof

Roof Roof

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3 5/8"

5/8" GYPSUM WALL BOARD TYPE "C", PTD. 3" SOUND ATTENUATION BLANKET

5/8"

4 7/8"

5/8"

3 5/8" METAL STUDS

3 5/8"

5 3/4"

3" SOUND ATTENUATION BLANKET 5/8" GYPSUM WALL BOARD TYPE "C", PTD.

5/8"

3 5/8" METAL STUDS

5/8" GYPSUM WALL BOARD TYPE "C", PTD.

5/8" GYPSUM WALL BOARD TYPE "C", PTD.

3 5/8"

5/8"

3 5/8" METAL STUDS

5/8"

3" SOUND ATTENUATION BLANKET 5/8" GREEN BOARD

5/8" 7/8"

4 7/8"

5/8" GYPSUM WALL BOARD TYPE "C", PTD.

7/8" TILE ON THINBED

5/8" 7/8"

5/8" GREEN BOARD

5/8" GYPSUM WALL BOARD TYPE "C", PTD.

7/8" TILE ON THINBED

5/8" 7/8"

5/8" GREEN BOARD

5/8" 5/8" 3 3/4"

2 1/2" USG C-H STUDS 25 GAUGE 24" O.C.

5/8" 5/8"

1" GYPSUM WALL BOARD TYPE "C" HELD BY C-H STUDS

DUMBWAITER SHAFT

2 1/2" USG C-H STUDS 25 GAUGE 24" O.C.

7/8" TILE ON THINBED

5/8" 5/8"

2 LAYERS 1/2" GYPSUM WALL BOARD TYPE "C", PTD.

2 1/2"

3 3/4"

1" GYPSUM WALL BOARD TYPE "C" HELD BY C-H STUDS

DUMBWAITER SHAFT

1" GYPSUM WALL BOARD TYPE "C" HELD BY C-H STUDS 1 1/2" 1"

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2 LAYERS 1/2" GYPSUM WALL BOARD TYPE "C", PTD.

2 LAYERS 1/2" GYPSUM WALL BOARD TYPE "C", PTD.

2 1/2"

3" SOUND ATTENUATION BLANKET

1 1/2" 1"

5/8"

5/8" GYPSUM WALL BOARD TYPE "C", PTD.

3 5/8"

5 3/4"

3 5/8" METAL STUDS

3 3/4"

3" SOUND ATTENUATION BLANKET

2 1/2"

5/8" GYPSUM WALL BOARD TYPE "C", PTD.

1 1/2" 1"

5 3/4"

5/8"

5/8"

3" SOUND ATTENUATION BLANKET

5/8"

4 7/8"

3 5/8"

5/8" GYPSUM WALL BOARD TYPE "C", PTD.

3 5/8"

3 5/8" METAL STUDS 3 5/8" METAL STUDS

DUMBWAITER SHAFT

2 1/2" USG C-H STUDS 25 GAUGE 24" O.C.

ELEVATIONS

5/8" 7/8"

1 1/2"

5 5/8"

STUDS 5/8" GYPSUM WALL BOARD TYPE "C", PTD. ATTENUATION BLANKET 1 H FIRE RATED ANSI/UL 263 2 LAYERS OF 5/8" GYPSUM WALL BOARD TYPE "C", PTD. 2 H FIRE RATED

FURRED WALL ON EXIST. WALL - 1 1/2" 1 1/2" = 1'-0"

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NOTES/LEGENDS:

MECHANICAL SHAFT WALL - 6 7/8" 1 1/2" = 1'-0"

7.1

5/8"

1 1/2"

5/8" 7/8"

5 5/8"

6 7/8"

1 H FIRE RATED

5/8" 5/8"

3/8" 1 5/8"

FURRED WALL ON EXIST. WALL - 3 1/8" 1 1/2" = 1'-0" Terrace Detail 14. 1 1/2" = 1'-0" FURRED WALL ON EXIST. WALL - 2" 10 1 1/2" = 1'-0"

1'-4 31/32"

1 1/2" 1"

1 HTILE FIREINRATED 3/8" THICK FLOOR MUDSET ANSI/UL 263

ARCHITECT OF RECORD:

2"

10.1

10.1

5/8" 1 5/8"

Cellar Concrete Floor 15. 1/2" = 1'-0" FURRED WALL ON1EXIST. WALL - 2 1/4" 1 1/2" = 1'-0"

D.

LAUNDRY

HALLWAY

1 H FIRE RATED

16.

X

MEP ENGINEER:

CADDY CLIP & 1/4" PENSILE

STL. HANGING ROD 4'-0" O.C. CGM ENGINEERING BLANKET

2 1/2" SOUND ATTENUATION 180 South Broadway, Suite 300 ; White Plains, NY 10605 O: 914.949.5112 F: 914.949.5116

2 1/2" METAL STUDS

5/8" GYPSUM WALL BOARD TYPE "C" IF "X" IS BIGGER THAN 6"

PROJECT:

COLD ROLLED CHANNEL MAX. 4'-0" O.C. 142 EAST1 1/2" END 5/8" GYPSUM WALL BOARD TYPE "C" METAL FURRING CHANNEL 16" O.C.

5/8" GYPSUM WALL BOARD TYPE "C", PTD.

FURRING CHANNEL CUP NEW YORK, NY 10128 16.

Floor Detail PERMIT 1 1/2" = 1'-0"

NEW METAL R SEE SHEET 801.00, D

DRAWING TITLE:

FLOOR/WALL TYPES SEAL & SIGNATURE:

DATE:

(E) BRICK ARCH

5/8" GYPSUM WALL BOARD TYPE "C" IF "X" IS BIGGER THAN 6"

1 1/2" = 1'-0" F1

NEW EXTERIOR

CADO FILE No.

NEW WINDOW &

2011-12-01 2012-01-20 2012-03-20 2012-04-09 2012-05-08 2013-05-19 11/07/11

N15

1.1

Author

SCALE: Rev. Desc.

5 1/16"

REF 18 21 500.00 19

RESTORE EXISTING ALUMINUM WINDOW

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1 1/2"Date = 1'-0" Rev.

REVISIONS:

1.1

NEW WINDOWS & F 5

1006

PROJECT NO.:

REVISION SCHEDULE DRAWN BY:

E2

EAT-IN AREA B3 FL1 W1 CM1

1

5

KITCHEN B3 FL1 W1 CM1

DWG NO.:

1

A- 900.01

Floor Detail 1 1/2" = 1'-0"

1

N3

A- 900.01

NEW EXTERIOR DOOR & FRAME

FLOOR/WALL TYPES

Rev. #

DW

Author

Issue Date

Submission 02 Landmarks Submission 03 BID Set Submission TYP. DROPPED CEILING 04 Landmarks Submission 4 1/2” WD. CROWN MOULDING TYP., PTD. 05 Permit Set 06 Construction Set SEAL & SIGNATURE: DATE: TYP. WINDOW TRIM, PTD. WHITE

2

1006

SCALE: BBQREVISIONS: AREA FL4 DWG NO.:

NEW OPENING WITH NEW WINDOW & FRAME

Drawing Description

11/07/11

NEW PROJECT NO.: PAVERS DRAWN BY:

PANTRY

SD/CO

CADO FILE No.

D. WT.

2'-8 7/8"

16.

NEW YORK, NY 10128

DRAWING 01 TITLE: Landmarks

1 1/2" COLD ROLLED CHANNEL MAX. 4'-0" O.C.

D.

EXIST. FLOOR JOIST 1/2" HARDWOOD FLOORING, GLUED

307 7th Avenue, Suite 1001; New York, NY 10001 O: 212.741.1102 F: 212.741.1104

BOARD TYPE "C" IF "X" IS BIGGER

Floor Detail 1 1/2" = 1'-0" (E) WD. JOISTS DRAWING ISSUE PERMIT

Issue No.

5/8" GYPSUM WALL BOARD TYPE "C" METAL FURRING CHANNEL 16" O.C. FURRING CHANNEL CUP

TED

O: 212.447.9191 F: 212.545.9777

DOWN MURRAY ENGINEERING, P.C. 3/4" PLYWOOD SUBFLOOR, LEVELED

7'-1 1/2"

4.0

Park Ave South, PH, New York, NY 10016 1 1/2" = 440 1'-0"

STRUCTURAL ENGINEER:

METAL FURRING CHANNEL 16" O.C. FURRING CHANNEL CUP

2 1/2" SOUND ATTENUATION BLANKET

TION

ARCHITECT OF RECORD:

Code Consultants/ Hunt Architects Cellar Concrete Floor 15.

142 EAST ENDWALL BOARD TYPE "C" 5/8" GYPSUM

ANSI/UL 263 EXIST. FLOOR JOIST 1/2"N14 HARDWOOD FLOORING, GLUED DOWN 3/4" PLYWOOD SUBFLOOR, LEVELED CADDY CLIP & 1/4" PENSILE STL. HANGING ROD 4'-0" O.C.

NEW CONCRETE SLAB

1 1/2" COLD ROLLED CHANNEL MAX. 4'-0" O.C.

5/8" GYPSUM WALL BOARD TYPE "C", PTD.

4 1/2"

TED

3/8" THICK FLOOR TILE IN MUDSET

Fractal Construction LLC

CADDY CLIP & 1/4" PENSILE STL. HANGING ROD 4'-0" O.C.

THAN 6"

VAPOR BARRIER FURRING HAT CHANNEL 5/8" PTD. GYPSUM WALL BOARD TYPE "C"

315 East 91st St. New York, NY 10128 O: 212.228.5617 F: 212.228.5618

2 1/2" SOUND ATTENUATION BLANKET CGM ENGINEERING

; White 180 South Broadway, Suite 300 Plains, NYWALL 10605 5/8" GYPSUM O: 914.949.5112 F: 914.949.5116

Rev. Date

Terrace Detail 1 1/2" = 1'-0"

307 7th Avenue, Suite 1001; New York, NY 10001 O: 212.741.1102 F: 212.741.1104

PROJECT:

STRUCTURAL MEMBERS SEE STRUCTURAL DWGS SPRAYED INSULATION

3/4" PLYWOOD FLOORING, LEVELED

MURRAY ENGINEERING, P.C.

MEP ENGINEER:

2 LAYERS 3/4" PLYWD

2014-01-21

DESIGN ARCHITECT:

Park Ave South, PH, New York, NY 10016 1 H FIRE RATED FURRED WALL ON EXIST. 440 WALL - 2 1/4" O: 212.447.9191 F: 212.545.9777 EXIST. FLOOR JOIST 1 1/2" = 1'-0" ANSI/UL 263 1/2" HARDWOOD FLOORING, GLUED STRUCTURAL ENGINEER: DOWN 3/4" PLYWOOD SUBFLOOR, LEVELED

2" SOUND ATTENUATION BLANKET

3'-6"

TION

14.

2" SOUND ATTENUATION BLANKET

Cellar Concrete Floor Code Hunt Architects 1 1/2" Consultants/ = 1'-0"

TAPERED POLYISOCYANURATE

9'-1 3/8"

2 1/4"

,

315 East 91st St. New York, NY 10128 O: 212.228.5617 F: 212.228.5618

15.

3/4" PLYWOOD FLOORING, LEVELED EXISTING EXTERIOR MASONRY WALL NEW CONCRETE SLAB 2 1/2" METAL STUDS

TED

Fractal Construction LLC

NOTES/LEGENDS:

Rev. Desc. As-Built Set

9 12 500.00 10

HALLWAY

11

N17

140 EAST END

Fractal Construction LLC

PLUMBING SHAFT FROM BASEMENT TO ROOF

315 East 91st St. New York, NY 10128 O: 212.228.5617 F: 212.228.5618

3'-0 1/2"

ARCHITECT OF RECORD:

Code Consultants/ Hunt Architects

144 EAST END

7 2" 80 CFM

ENTRY TO NEIGHBORING PROPERTY

2'-0"

5 8 500.00 6

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2

11

5'-0 3/8"

POWDER RM 1 B3 FL1 W1 CM1

180 South Broadway, Suite 300; White Plains, NY 10605 O: 914.949.5112 F: 914.949.5116

WH

7 4'-4 7/8"

2'-3 5/8" 2

STORAGE ROOM B1 FL1 W1 CM1

14'-1 1/2"

CGM ENGINEERING

S5

PROJECT: TYP. WINDOW SILL, PTD. WHITE

5

142 EAST END

1

1

F2

4 500.00 2 3

4'-8"

N22

2

2

T1 2'-6"

MEP ENGINEER:

FLOWERBOX TO MATCH

MECH RM FL5 W1

2'-2"

1

307 7th Avenue, Suite 1001; New York, NY 10001 O: 212.741.1102 F: 212.741.1104

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COVERED VESTIBULE

CONSTRUCTION 5 3/8” GYP. WALL BOARD DRAWING TITLE: 5 3/8” WD. BASEBOARD TYP., PTD. WHITE

9'-3 5/8"

5 3/8"

SECONDARY ENTRANCE

WD. FLOORING

PROPOSED SECTION

SEAL & SIGNATURE:

NEW STAIRS BY MILK: STEEL STRINGERS; WOOD TREADS

16 500.00 14 10

15

M10

4'-4 7/8"

5

DOCUMENT 7'-4"

E1

4'-11"

NEW SERVICE ENTRY DOOR

3 5/8” MTL. RUNNER

0.5

10

TYP. FURRED OUT WALL

(E) BRICK EXTERIOR WALL

EAT-IN AREA

2'-6"

NEW YORK, NY 10128

NEW STAIRS BY MILK: STEEL STRINGERS; WOOD TREADS

2'-7"

LIVING AREA

N15

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MURRAY ENGINEERING, P.C.

NEW STAIRS BY MILK: STEEL STRINGERS; WOOD TREADS

2'-6"

SERVICE ENTRANCE B3 FL1 W1 CM1

3'-1 3/4"

7

2'-0"

3'-5" T2

STRUCTURAL ENGINEER:

2.0

2'-0 7/16"

ACCESS PANEL TO STORM DRAIN

440 Park Ave South, PH, New York, NY 10016 O: 212.447.9191 F: 212.545.9777

1'-2 1/4"

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2 LAYERS 1/2" GYPSUM WALL BOARD TYPE "C", PTD. NEW DIAMOND DECKING MEA 1" GYPSUM WALL BOARD 409-03-M TYPE "C" HELD IN PLACE MOUNTING FRAME BY C-H STUDS Issue DateSLEEPERS PARADIENE 30 FR CAP SHEET 2011-12-01 2 1/2" USG C-H STUDS 25 PLY PARADIENE 20 BASE 2012-01-201/2" GAUGE 24" O.C. 2012-03-201/2" DENSE DECK COVER BOARD INSULATION 2012-04-09 TAPERED POLYISOCYANURATE 2012-05-08 2 H FIRE RATED 2013-05-192 LAYERS 3/4" PLYWD UL 263 U415, 2014-03-25STRUCTURAL SEE SYSTEMMEMBERS B STRUCTURAL DWGS EXISTING EXTERIOR SPRAYED INSULATION MASONRY WALL VAPOR BARRIER Rev. Date FURRING CHANNEL 2 1/2" METALHAT STUDS 5/8" PTD. GYPSUM WALL 2014-01-22" 1 SOUND ATTENUATION BOARD TYPE "C" BLANKET

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ANSI/UL 263 EXISTING MASONRY WALL

EXISTING EXTERIOR MASONRY WALL MECHANICAL MECHANICAL 3" SOUND ATTENUATION DS 7/8" METAL FURRING STRIP, SHAFT SHAFTBLANKET CHICAGO BAR ATION 5/8" GREEN BOARD 5 5/8" METAL STUDS 7/8" TILE ON THINBED 5/8" GYPSUM WALL 5" SOUND BOARD TYPE "C", PTD. FLY BY SHEET ROCK ON EXIST. WALL ATTENUATION 1 H FIRE RATED 5/8" PTD. 3.1 TILE PARTITION ONE SIDE - 5 1/8" 8 BLANKET 1 1/2" = 1'-0" 1 1/2" = 1'-0" ANSI/UL 263 FURRED WALL ON EXIST. WALL 1 1/2" 1 H FIRE RATED TED 11 1 1/2" = 1'-0" 263 1 2 LAYERS OFANSI/UL 5/8" GYPSUM WALL BOARD TYPE "C", PTD. 1 3 5/8" METAL STUDS 2 H FIRE RATED MECHANICAL SHAFT WALL - 6 7/8" RY 7/8" TILE ON THINBED 7.1 1 1/2" = 1'-0" ANSI/UL 263 5/8" GREEN BOARD DRAWING ISSUE

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BOARD TYPE "C", PTD. 1 H FIRE RATED 263 2 HANSI/UL FIRE RATED ANSI/UL 263

FURRED WALL WITH TILE - 4" 12 MECHANICAL SHAFT 1 1/2" WALL = 1'-0" - 4 7/8" 7 1 1/2" = 1'-0"

EXISTING EXTERIOR MASONRY WALL 7/8" METAL FURRING STRIP, CHICAGO BAR

© 2010 FRACTAL CONSTRUCTION LLC, ALL RIGHTS RESERVED

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DATE:

2013-05-19

PROJECT NO.:

1006

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STORAGE UNDER STOOP

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2072 CY-OLYMPIC GAMES Description This studio sets out to explore the re-construction of a large-scale infrastructural element in the city, specifically the Port Authority Bus Terminal in New York City. A structure of vast size, passed through by hundreds of thousands of commuters and thousands of vehicles a day, providing parking on top and surmounting a subway below, containing massive ramps that funnel vehicular traffic in and out of it, the Terminal operates in a realm between building, city, and infrastructure. We are interested in this overlap as a venue for experimentation in programming and design.

Studio Studio IV

Critic(s) Kazys Varnelis

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“TO REVITALIZE THE PABT, THE OLYMPICS WILL UPGRADE THE FACILITY FOR SPECTATOR USE AND WILL CONTINUE FUNCTIONALITY AFTER THE GAMES AS A PUBLIC SPACE”

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Party schools, sports teams, the Olympics, and musicians will be the drivers for economic development in the Hudson Yards and Hell’s Kitchen neighborhoods. As the largest commuter facility in the city, the Terminal is a necessary part of everyday life for hundreds of thousands of workers in the city. With the resurgence of bus travel, the Terminal also has the opportunity to become a significant gateway into the city for both commuters and visitors. Containing significant retail space, the Terminal is a major center of commerce in the Times Square area. This studio understands the architect as a builder of not merely physical edifices but also social, conceptual, and technical structures. Our interest is to use architecture and the most advanced thinking in network culture to construct new and Project better ways of life. In doing so, this studio is Components engaged first and foremost with institution building 8th

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and shaping of social behavior. The Port Authority (PA) encompasses a diverse range of properties and services that are organized into departments based on types. According to fig. b on page 29, revenue varies greatly from department to department. This has led to the PA’s dependence on cross subsidization, which funnels revenue from very successful departments to ones that operate at a loss. This has perpetuated systemic issues that allow underperforming properties to continue operating. The most underpeforming property, the Port Authority Bus Terminal (PABT) has not changed its economic structure much since its inception. The annual net loss of 100 million dollars has made the PABT an ideal candidate for creative investment. The project aims to revitalize Port Authority Bus Terminal as the main attraction amongst many that culminates in the formation of the Olympic village. Hybridizing programs serves to solve financial issues at the Port Authority Bus Terminal and issues of continued usage of Olympic building.

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“CAN THE PORT AUTHORITY TERMINAL ACHIEVE AS MUCH SUCCESS AS MADISON SQUARE GARDEN?”

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The New Port Authority Bus Terminal

Part C

Flow Pattern: Bus Terminal The flow pattern infers a primary direction as indicated in the figures. The separation of pedestrian and vehicular traffic increase safety and using acute angles for bus gates make turning easier than typical right angles.

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“THE NEW BUS STATION IS INTEGRATED INTO THE HIGHLINE—ACTING AS ITS TERMINUS.”

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Anatomy of the New Bus Terminal

Annual Economic Performance

The continuation of the Highline into the PABT and the formation of two terminals allows for higherarchical structure similar to those employed by airlines and airports. Open Terminals a, b, c, d, e, f, g, h, i, j, k, l, m, n c, d, e, f, g, h, i, j, k, l e, f, g, h, i, j, k g, h, i

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8

6 - Bedroom 2 Looking West 3/8" = 1'-0"



 2X8 EXPOSED ROOF RAFTERS

2X8 EXPOSED ROOF RAFTERS

1/2" MILDEW RESISTANT 1/2" MILDEW RESISTANT GYPSUM BOARD GYPSUM BOARD

WOOD PANEL CEILING

2X8 EXPOSED ROOF RAFTERS

WOOD PANEL CEILING

1/2" MILDEW RESISTANT GYPSUM BOARD SLOPED HOOD VENT

SLOPED HOOD VENT

SLOPED HOOD VENT

CUSTOM MILLWORKCUSTOM MILLWORK OR IKEA KITCHEN OR IKEA KITCHEN TBD TBD

1/2" MILDEW RESISTANT GYPSUM BOARD

1" DOOR CASING

1" DOOR CASING

CUSTOM MILLWORK OR IKEA KITCHEN TBD 1/2" GYPSUM BOARD 1/2" GYPSUM BOARD

REFRIGERATOR TBD

5 3/4"

5 3/4"

1/2" GYPSUM BOARD

5 3/4"

TILE BACKSPLASH

5 3/4"

5 3/4"

5 3/4"

5 3/4"

5 3/4"

MARVIN WOOD PICTURE TILE BACKSPLASH TILE POLYGON BACKSPLASH - 60"X60"

5 3/4"

1/2" GYPSUM BOARD 1/2" GYPSUM BOARD

MARVIN WOOD PICTURE MARVIN WOOD PICTURE POLYGON - 60"X60" POLYGON - 60"X60"

 FLAT PANEL WOOD STAINED REFRIGERATOR DOOR TBD

REFRIGERATOR TBD

FLAT PANEL WOOD STAINED DOOR

TILE SURROUND TBD

athroom 7 - Looking Bathroom East 7Looking - Bathroom EastLooking North 10 9 = 1'-0"3/8" = 1'-0" 3/8" = 1'-0"

13

8 - Main Space 8 - Main Looking Space North Looking 7 - Bathroom North Looking East 13 10 3/8" = 1'-0"3/8" = 1'-0" 3/8" = 1'-0"

14

8 - Main Space 88 -- Main Main Looking Space Space East Looking Looking North East 13 14 3/8" = 1'-0"3/8" 3/8" == 1'-0" 1'-0"

14

3 1/2" INTEGRATED BASEBOARD W/ 3/8" REVEAL

 1'-0"

3 1/2" INTEGRATED BASE3 1/2" INTEGRATED BASEBOARD W/ 3/8" REVEAL BOARD W/ 3/8" REVEAL

1'-0"

RANGE/OVEN TBD

DISHWASHER TBD

1'-0"

RANGE/OVEN TBD

1'-0"

RANGE/OVEN TILE SURROUND TBD TBD

1'-0"

DISHWASHER TBD

TILE TBD

3 1/2" INTEGRATED BASEBOARD W/ 3/8" REVEAL

1'-0"

DISHWASHER TBD

TILE TBD

1'-0"

TILE TBD

1'-0"

LE SURROUND TBD TILE SURROUND TBD

8 - Main Space Looking East 3/8" = 1'-0" 

  2X8 EXPOSED ROOF RAFTERS

MARVIN WOOD MARVIN WOOD ULTIMATE FIXED ULTIMATE FIXED POLYGON WINDOW POLYGON WINDOW WITH WOOD WITH WOOD MULLION MULLION FLAT PANEL MARVIN WOOD MARVIN WOOD WOOD STAINED ULTIMATE FIXED ULTIMATE FIXED POLYGON WINDOW POLYGON WINDOW DOOR WITH WOOD WITH WOOD MULLION MULLION

2'-9"

1/2" MILDEW RESISTANT GYPSUM BOARD MEDICINE CABINET

MARVIN WOOD ULTIMATE FIXED POLYGON WINDOW WITH WOOD MULLION

MARVIN WOOD MARVIN WOOD ULTIMATE FIXED ULTIMATE FIXED POLYGON WINDOW POLYGON WINDOW WITH WOOD WITH WOOD MULLION MULLION

MARVIN WOOD ULTIMATE FIXED POLYGON WINDOW WITH MARVIN WOOD WOOD MULLION ULTIMATE MARVIN WOODFIXED POLYGON WINDOW ULTIMATE FIXED WITH POLYGONWOOD MULLION WINDOW WITH WOOD MULLION

MARVIN WOOD ULTIMATE FIXED POLYGON WINDOW WITH WOOD MULLION

MARVIN WOOD ULTIMATE FIXED MARVIN WOOD POLYGON WINDOW FIXED WITH ULTIMATE WOOD POLYGON MULLION WINDOW WITH WOOD MULLION

1" DOOR CA

MARVIN DOOR WITH PUSH OUT AWNING ABOVE

MARVIN WOOD ULTIMATE FIXED POLYGON WINDOW WITH WOOD MULLION

MARVIN WOOD ULTIMATE FIXED POLYGON WINDOW WITH WOOD MULLION Marvin WUAWN3624 Marvin WUAWN3624 Marvin WUAWN3624 Marvin WUAWN3624 Marvin WUAWN3624 Marvin WUAWN3624 MARVIN WOOD ULTIMATE FIXED POLYGON WINDOW WITH WOOD MULLION 1" WINDOW CASING1" WINDOW CASING



MARVIN DOOR WITH PUSH OUT AWNING ABOVE

4'-0"

4'-0"

4'-0"

8 - Main Space 8 - Main Looking Space South Looking 7 - Bathroom South Looking West 15 12 3/8" = 1'-0"3/8" = 1'-0" 3/8" = 1'-0"

16

8 - Main Space 88 -- Main Main Looking Space Space West Looking Looking South West 15 16 3/8" = 1'-0"3/8" 3/8" == 1'-0" 1'-0"

16

1'-0"

3 1/2" INTEGRATED BASE3 1/2" INTEGRATED BASEBOARD W/ 3/8" REVEAL BOARD W/ 3/8" REVEAL

1'-0"

1'-0"

15

1'-0"

3'-0"

CUSTOM MILLWORK OR IKEA VANITY TBD

1'-5 1/2"

athroom 7 - Looking Bathroom 7 -West Bathroom Looking West Looking South 12 11 = 1'-0"3/8" = 1'-0" 3/8" = 1'-0"

36

MARVIN DOOR WITH PUSH OUT AWNING ABOVE MARVIN WOOD ULTIMATE FIXED POLYGON WINDOW WITH WOOD MULLION

1" DOOR CASING MARVIN WOOD ULTIMATE FIXED POLYGON WINDOW WITH WOOD MULLION

MARVIN WOOD ULTIMATE FIXED POLYGON WINDOW WITH WOOD MULLION



4 1/2"

4'-0"

4'-0"

6"

6"

FLAT PANEL WOOD STAINED DOOR

1" DOOR CASING

MARVIN WOOD MARVIN WOOD ULTIMATE FIXED ULTIMATE FIXED 1" DOOR CASING POLYGON WINDOW POLYGON WINDOW WITH WOOD WITH WOOD MULLION MULLION

1" DOOR CASING

FLAT PANEL WOOD STAINED DOOR

1/2" GYPSUM BOARD 1/2" GYPSUM BOARD

1/2" MILDEW RESISTANT GYPSUM BOARD 2'-2"

1" DOOR CASING

4'-0"

" MILDEW RESISTANT 1/2" MILDEW RESISTANT PSUM BOARD GYPSUM BOARD

8 - Main Space Looking West 3/8" = 1'-0"

2 A300.00

1 A600.00

2 A600.00

ASPHALT SHINGLES ON BUILDING PAPER

3 A600.00

3X8 EXPOSED ROOF RAFTERS

TOP OF UPPER PLATE 12'-4 3/4"

3/4” CDX PLYWOOD SHEATHING 2 X 6 ROOF FRAMING @ 16” O.C.

TOP OF LOWER PLATE 10'-2 3/8"

5" X 5" GUTTER

1X VERTICAL CLEAR CEDAR FINISH BOARDS 1/2" CDX PLYWOOD SHEATHING CLOSED CELL SPRAY-IN INSULATION IN 2X6 STUD WALL 1/2" GYPSUM BOARD

TOP OF SUBFLOOR 7 3/8" TOP OF WALL -2 1/2"

2 X 4 SILL PLATE (3) 1 3/4" X 11 7/8 LVL DROPPED GIRDER

ANCHOR BOLT

PARKING LEVEL -9 1/8"

3/4” FINISHED FLOOR 8" POURED CONCRETE FOUNDATION WALL

3/4” SUBFLOOR 4” SPRAY FOAM INSULATION

2" POURED CONRETE FLOOR SLAB ON 6" CLEAN COMPACTED SAND

11-7/8” TJI-560 JOISTS @ 16” O.C.

2 X 4 KEYWAY

TOP OF FOOTING -5'-9" BOTTOM OF FOOTING -6'-7"

1

SECTION 1 1/2" = 1'-0" ASPHALT SHINGLES ON BUILDING PAPER

TOP OF UPPER PLATE 12'-4 3/4"

3/4” CDX PLYWOOD SHEATHING 2 X 6 ROOF FRAMING @ 16” O.C. 1 X 6 FASCIA

TOP OF LOWER PLATE 10'-2 3/8" 2X8 EXPOSED ROOF RAFTERS

 

3X8 EXPOSED ROOF RAFTERS

OARD



TOP OF LOWER  PLATE  10'-2 3/8" 

VERTICAL CLEAR CEDAR FINISH BOARDS MARVIN ULTIMATE PUSH OUT CASEMENT OVER FIXED CASEMENT BELOW

1/2" CDX PLYWOOD SHEATHING

UAWN3624

1/2" GYPSUM BOARD

Marvin WUAWN3624

CLOSED CELL SPRAY-IN INSULATION IN 2X6 STUD WALL





1/2" GYPSUM BOARD

SING

1/2" GYPSUM BOARD

st

1'-0"

3 1/2" INTEGRATED BASEBOARD W/ 3/8" REVEAL

1'-0"

1'-0"

3 1/2" INTEGRATED BASEBOARD W/ 3/8" REVEAL

6 - Bedroom 2 Looking North 5 3/8" = 1'-0" 4

1'-0"

OVERHEAD LIGHT SWITCH

EGRATED BASE/ 3/8" REVEAL

TOP OF SUBFLOOR 7 3/8" TOP OF WALL -2 1/2"

6 - Bedroom 2 Looking East 6 3/8" = 1'-0"

A600.00

2 X 4 SILL PLATE

DRAWI ISSUE NO.

ANCHOR BOLT

DRAWING D

01 3/4” FINISHED FLOOR

8" POURED CONCRETE FOUNDATION WALL

32” X 18” CRAWLSPACE ACCESS

PARKING LEVEL -9 1/8"

2x8 STRUCTURAL JOISTS FOR ACCESSABILITY RAMP

3/4” SUBFLOOR 4” SPRAY FOAM INSULATION

2" POURED CONRETE FLOOR SLAB ON 6" CLEAN COMPACTED SAND

TOP02 OF SUBFLOOR 7 03 3/8" TOP OF WALL -2 1/2"

9-1/2” TJI-230 JOISTS @ 16” O.C. (3) 1 3/4" X 11 7/8 LVL DROPPED GIRDER 4" LALLY COLUMN ON 2'-6" X 2'-6" X 12" FOOTING

2 X 4 KEYWAY

TOP OF FOOTING -5'-9"

2X8 EXPOSED ROOF RAFTERS

BOTTOM OF FOOTING -6'-7"

D

Revision

1" DOOR CASING 1" DOOR CASING

REVISION

SECTION 2 1/2" = 1'-0" 2 - Northwest Elevation 2 1/2" = 1'-0" 2

TOP OF FOOTING NO. -5'-9" BOTTOM OF FOOTING -6'-7"

1/2" GYPSUM BOARD

1/2" GYPSUM BOARD

REVISION DE

N

 

27'-9"

14'-2"

 ���   

13'-7"

NOTE: ALL DIMENSIONS IN FIRST FLOOR PLAN ARE FRAMING DIMENSIONS

4'-0"

4'-1 1/4"

REF.

TOP OF UPPER PLATE 12'-4 3/4"

1'-6"

N8 N1

8

6 - Bedroom 2 Looking West 3/8" = 1'-0"

DRAWING ISSU ISSUE NO.

3 1/2"

10'-11" 3 1/2"

1

CLOSET



BEDROOM 2

188 SF

Revision Schedu

9'-11"

14'-4 1/2"

KITCHEN/DINING AREA

3'-3"

6'-0 1/2"

N1

REVISION NO.

REVISION DESCRIPT   

3'-7"

13'-2 1/2"

3 1/2"

115 SF

N1

BID SET

TOP OF LOWER PLATE 10'-2 3/8" 

2'-1"

13'-3"

5 1/2"

DRAWING DESCRIPT

01 02 03

5 1/2"

6 - Bedroom 2 Looking South 3/8" = 1'-0"

3'-3"

7

1'-0"

3 1/2" INTEGRATED BASEBOARD W/ 3/8" REVEAL

st

4'-0"

4'-0"

4'-0"

5 1/2"



ACCESSORY STRUCTURE: GUEST HO NO. OF FLOORS: 1 FOOTPRINT:787 SQFT

3 1/2"



WOOD PANEL 2 CEILING

2X8 EXPOSED ROOF RAFTERS

3'-5 1/2"

3 1/2"

9'-6 1/2" 



4 5'-1"

BATHROOM 47 SF

3'-4 1/2"

N10

1'-9 1/2" N2



2'-0" interior width

5

3'-1 1/2"

1" DOOR CASING

3'-5 1/2"

LIVING AREA 9'-8 1/2"

164 SF N3

3 1/2"

SLOPED HOOD VENT CUSTOM MILLWORK OR IKEA KITCHEN TBD

  

27'-10"

3

7

5'-1"

2'-9"

31'-11"

3 1/2"

1/2" GYPSUM BOARD N1



128 SF

N6 1'-6 1/2"

1'-6 1/2"

3'-1"

DN DN

3'-3"

1'-9 1/4" 2'-4"

RANGE/OVEN TBD

6

3 1/2"

5 1/2"

10'-8"

N1

DN



1'-0"

1'-0"

1'-0"

5 1/2"

5 1/2"

3 1/2"

3 1/2" INTEGRATED BASEBOARD W/ 3/8" REVEAL



PARKING LEVEL -9 1/8"

N7

2'-10 1/4"

3'-1"

CLOSET 7'-7"

1'-10"

2'-2 1/8"

N5

TOP OF SUBFLOOR 7 3/8"  TOP OF WALL -2 1/2"



N1

FLAT PANEL WOOD STAINED DOOR N4

11'-4"

BEDROOM 1

N2

REFRIGERATOR TBD

DISHWASHER TBD

3'-3"

3 1/2"

5 3/4"

5 3/4"

5 3/4"

3'-1 1/2"

1/2" GYPSUM BOARD TILE BACKSPLASH

N8

  

PERMIT SET 

8'-4 1/2"

13

8 - Main Space Looking North 3/8" = 1'-0"

14

8 - Main Space Looking East PROPOSED FLOOR PLAN 3/8" = 1'-0" 1 1/2" = 1'-0"

13'-8 1/2"



2 A300.00

1

4 - Southwest Elevation 1/2" = 1'-0"



14'-0 1/2"

 TOP OF FOOTING -5'-9" BOTTOM OF FOOTING -6'-7"



   





 37 

6 Professional

SAGUARO SCOTTSDALE HOTEL

CURRENT FA‚ ADE:

Description Hotel remodel in downtown Scottsdale, Arizona. Color is the primary design notion, taking inspiration from native plants.

Studio ABSTRACTION: SHADES OF Aferiat LIGHT Stamberg

+ Associates

ABSTRACTION:

INSPIRATION:

SHADES OF LIGHT

PRICKLY PEAR CACTUS

A

DETAIL: WALL

VARYING SIZE PERFORATIONS

CONSTRUCTION:

A PERFORATED, CORRUGATED SCREEN WALL 8Ó FROM EXISTING WALL

38

DETAIL:

VARYING SIZE PERFORATIONS

ABSTRACTION:

INSPIRATION:

SHADES OF LIGHT

PRICKLY PEAR CACTUS

A

CURRENT FA‚ ADE: CONSTRUCTION:

DETAIL:

A PERFORATED, CORRUGATED SCREEN WALL 8Ó FROM EXISTING WALL

VARYING SIZE PERFORATIONS

APPLICATION:

NEW RESTAURANT FA‚ ADE

INSPIRATION:

PRICKLY PEAR CACTUS

ABSTRACTION: SHADES OF LIGHT

39 A

Completion Photographs Furniture Options Renderings

40

Construction Plan

Furniture Plan

41

Construction Elevations Reflected Ceiling and Lighting Plan Completion Photograph

42

43

7

Professional

349 CRANBERRY HOLE RD

10' - 2 7/16"

Description Renovation project in Amagansett, NY encompassing ADA accessibility, landscape, and new interior finishes. 6

{3D} Copy 1

1

Section 1 1/4" = 1'-0"

10' - 1 5/16" 10' - 2 7/16"

8' - 0"

2' - 9" 6' - 0"

5

{3D} Copy11 Level 1 Copy 6 1/2" = 1'-0"

7

{3D} Copy 12 Section 1 1/4" = 1'-0"

3

10' - 2 7/16"

Section 3 2 Section 2 1/4" = 1'-0" 1/4" = 1'-0" 4' - 10 1/2"

10' - 2 7/16"

1

Section 1 1/4" = 1'-0" 6

{3D} Copy 1

8' - 0 3/16"

{3D} Copy 1

2' - 9" 6' - 0"

8' - 0"

10' - 1 5/16"

6

2

Section 2 1/4" = 1'-0" 1

Section 1 1/4" = 1'-0"

44 {3D} Copy 2

Section 3

8' - 0 3/16"

4' - 10 1/2"

Section 4

wn Do Up

01 3'-

11 0'-

/8"

1/4

Remove Wall

01 3'-

/2" 51 4'-

wn Do

wn Do

Remove Floor for Hoistway Remove Stringer & Banister Remove Door

Open to Below

"

/2"

Remove Wall

4'-4"

Remove Shower and Drain

Remove Wall

67 5'-

/8"

Remove Vanity 6'-7 1/2"

Remove Door (Retain Door)

2'-7"

1'-7 1/4"

Remove Toilet (Retail Toilet) Remove Vanity

4'-8"

3'-3"

3'-4" PROJECT:

349 CRA AMAG DRAWING TITLE:

DATE: PROJECT NO.: DRAWN BY: SCALE:

Plan - 2nd/3rd Floor Demolition 2 1/4" = 1'-0"

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Remove Shelves & Poles

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1"x4" Cedar Rail

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Ramp at Beach

Section 33 1/4" = 1'-0"

Design A

Structura

1.5" x 1.5" ADA Compliant Cedar Handrail

PROJEC

ADA Compliant Cedar Handrail Bracket 4"nom Square Cedar Baluster

349 A

4" Wide Teak/IPE 2"x8" Cedar Beam Post galv. steel bracket w/ (2) 3/8" dia. SS through bolts, washers & nuts

DRAWIN

2"x8" Cedar Joists 6" Square posts Concrete footings

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SEAL & S

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Studio

SPATIALIZING SEXUALITY Description Media/Memory/Multitude examines networks of media and the dynamics of time that link people, institutions, and places in the vibrant global hub of Johannesburg, South Africa (population 7.2 million). The urbanization of the African continent is occurring at a rapid pace and will soon produce some of the largest megacities in world: Lagos, Cairo, and Kinshasa. In Johannesburg, apartheid’s planned racial segregation that deliberately separated the “white city” from the rural “black townships” have become the underlays for today’s neoliberal hub of global capital and culture. This current urban and architectural organization, typical of the disjunctive spaces of many global cities, produces pockets of wealth, so-called formal sectors, that are surrounded by wide swathes of informal dwelling and commerce, with much of the historic racial and economic segregation still intact. Studio Studio V

Critic(s) Mabel O. Wilson, director, AAD

Collaborator(s) Paola Echegaray

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NIGHT DAY

“AN URBAN INTERVENTION THAT CREATES A A NEW VITAL CORRIDOR BY JOINING TWO CULTURAL NODES.”

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Pods will be deployed throughout the route to enhance safety at night as well as during celebrations.

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Parade Route The route outlined is chosen to utilize existing public spaces and CCTV systems. Proposed Path

Unprotected by CCTV

C Maboneng Imaginarium

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Movement

Part A

This proposal is an intervention to an existing public space. The intervention is a new entry to the Museum Africa which was previously entered after crossing a street. The new square will be the staging area for parades and as an everyday public market.

Mary Fitzgerald Square

Mapping as CCTV The remapped CBD visualizes the city as a heat map identifying critical areas of safety as well as possible areas of privacy invasion.

CCTV on pole CCTV on building Bus stop CCTV Private surveillance Utilizing Grasshopper and Rhino to create visualization.

CBD as Sexual Epicenter We researched topics that attribute to the overall sexual health outlook of Johannesburg. By overlaying the spatialized topics on the map of the city, the CBD emerges as the epicenter of activity. 50

Chick‛s got a nice rack!

The herbalist shop is just a few more meters.

Negative Influences

Positive Influence

Comparison

Prostitution sites

Health clinics

Health clinics

Gay cruising sites

Sexual health outreach

Sexual health outreach

Online prostitution solicitation sites

Prostitution sites Gay cruising sites

CBD

CBD

Carlton Centre Balfour Park

West Shopping Centre Maponya Mall

Carlton Centre Balfour Park

West Shopping Centre Maponya Mall

Carlton Centre Balfour Park

West Shopping Centre Maponya Mall

Online prostitution solicitation sites

CBD

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Mary Fitzgerald Square

Part B

Program Scheduling

“REVITALIZING PUBLIC SPACE BY ACTIVATING ENTRY” Option 1

Option 2

Option 3

The satellite site acts as an extension of the hub to expand sexual health outreach. Unlike the hub, the satellite’s program is flexible to accommodate the needs of the neighborhood.

Everyday Museum entry, surveillance Gathering space Informal market

Spectacle Support space Option 4

Option 5

Option 6 Parade gathering Viewing space

Option 7

Option 8 Option 9

Everyday

Option 3:

The final iteration of the project became an exploration of comparative dichotomies— programming space for the everday and the spectacle. We explored this through a graphic novel following the protagonist on two journeys through the same spaces.

The hub site is the gathering site for sexual health data. Clinics, herbalist shops, and pharmacies will be located here. Reichstag

Brooklyn Museum

US Pavilion Expo ‘67

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Atrium Space: Day and Night

The bar is up on the roof. It‛s open bar for another thirty minutes

YEAH!!!

John Portman invented the hollow-core form, pushing everything to the periphery to create a large primary interior space. The project utilizes the same form and includes a juxtaposing form to signify entrance and vertical circulation.

Why are there so many security cameras at a museum?

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Maboneng Imaginarium

Program The building acts as a funnel to direct people to Do I hear something in that pod? I can‛t see anything, the roof during spectacle. People can choose only shadows. a direct short path within the lighted core, or take the indirect route through exhibit space and private rooms.

Part C

Spectacle spaces to Open Rooftop

Exhibition Spaces Rooftop Event Space: Route Termination The user’s destination is the rooftop of the adjacent buildings. The maboneng district is known for rooftop nightlife, because of this, the building itself acts as the vertical conveyance to that space.

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Chick‛s got a nice rack!

The herbalist shop is just a few more meters.

Surveillance Basement

Public,

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Part D

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Presentation

Format: Comic Book

“THE COMIC BOOK IS WELL SUITED FOR ARCHITECTS BECAUSE IT IS STRUCTURED FOR VISUAL NARRATIVES.”

We researched topics that attribute to the overall sexual health outlook of Johannesburg. By overlaying the spatialized topics on the map of Johannesburg, the CBD emerges as a primary node of activity

The Spectacle 6:45 PM

I‛m excited for the Jozi Carnival, I hope my costume is super sexy.

Surveillance Camera #32, Mary Fitzgerald Square

Pods dispersed

To Parade Route

New Entry into Museum Africa

Surveillance zone

The bar is up on the roof. It‛s open bar for another thirty minutes

YEAH!!!

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Workshop

PUBLIC MEGABLOCK Description Urban Space in China, 2012 + 2013 Summer Workshop What is public space? And, what is public space in China? The joint international workshop, in collaboration with the Central Academy of Fine Arts and the office of URBANUS, attempted to answer these questions through investigating and analyzing the spaces that comprise, shape and form the public realm in the urban context of Beijing. Beijing was utilized as an urban laboratory with multiple sites of investigation. The research and analysis lead to an exercise of redefining design criteria for public space that was proposed for a master plan for a new high-tech development in Beijing.

Studio China Megacities Lab

2

Initial Sketch

artificial water stream following subway path down to meet water fountains in block 2

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semi-private garden spaces at various elevations with main exit from pavillion area

3

Critic(s) Jeffrey R Johnson, director

closed green hill, backdrop for stage

open square with covered outdoor cafes & ground fountains; evening: light shows can convert to have temp stores

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opening to courtyard / “garden exhibit

stadium seating against wall

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exbition space with glass walls pourous entrances to covered pavillion in yellow, can be used for larger events / expos / fairs

Collaborator(s)

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stage / amphitheater facing 45 degrees left

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path circumventing stage to exhibition / pavillion area

Transportation Mode Circulation Diagram Retain All Roads

Transportation Mode Remove All Roads

Transportation Mode Retain Only Main Roads

AM Rush Lunch PM Rush Night

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Section A-B’ Plot A

SUNBATHING PLAY

WALK

SPORT

EAT FITNESS

RUN

NAP READ

WATCH

SHOPPING

fabricated

green water rubber wood stone steel

Plot B Summer

Plot B

Winter

Plot C

Materials and Surfaces Major Paths

Plot D

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Vegetation

Water

Fabricated Surface

Plot C

HOW DO WE CREATE A PUBLIC SPACE IN THE MEGABLOCK CONTEXT? HOW DO WE ADDRESS CONTRASTING SCALES? HOW DO WE BUILD COMMUNITY AND IDENTITY FOR AN EMERGING NEIGHBORHOOD?

Section A-B’

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Architectural Work: 2010-2015