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JUAN ALCALA DESIGNER

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Juan Alcala received his Bachelor of Architecture degree in 2010 from Woodbury University where he presided over CLEA (Latin-American Council of Architecture Students) and served as an Events Committee Officer in the student body. Professionally, Juan is experienced in Schematic Design, Construction Documentation, Interior Design, Landscape Design, 3D Modeling-Rendering, Presentation Graphics, Restoration/Remodel Proposals, and Physical Maquette Construction. Juan is committed to excelling in any challenging work environment that promotes professional development and supports his goal of architectural licensure.

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La Esquina

Mixed-Use 

Playa Del Oro

Restoration + Remodel 

Tijuana Civic Center

Degree Project 

Construction Documents

Mixed-Use 

“My” Details

Skills + Experience + Education 

In collaboration with De-Arc, I produced and managed the graphic presentation and physical maquette for La Esquina mixed-use project. I worked closely with Design Principal Hector Perez on the overall project presentation and was in-charge of designing the layout for the restaurant that will form part of the larger mixed-use professional/residential building. My resulting work was used for Community Presentation and subsequent bank loan meetings. The project is currently under construction.

A

B 2nd floor plan: three units

5’ 1’

15’

A

B ground plan: four units and small restaurant

5’ 1’

15’

Section A

1

2

4 3

1 Section B

3

4

5

5

2

Along with presentation boards, I constructed the physical maquette and participated in the presentation of the project to the Barrio Logan Community Board. The maquette includes the image of legendary civil-rights activist Cesar E. Chavez to honor the strong Mexican heritage of the Barrio Logan community. The mural will be laser edged onto the side of the actual building.

The rendered floor plan displays my final and most successful restaurant layout. Other layout possibilities explored kitchen and space adjacency schemes as well as patron traffic circulation. The watermelon mural in the back of the restaurant is a replica of Mexican muralist Rufino Tamayo’s work and intended to pay homage to the strong muralist history of Chicano Park, in the Barrio Logan Community of San Diego, California.

Playa Del Oro Restoration / Remodel

I created a comprehensive restorationremodel proposal for Playa Del Oro; a 1968 five story Modernist Apartment Building designed by legendary Modernist Architect Homer Delawie. The proposed improvements range from re-landscaping with drought tolerant and indigenous plants and materials, exterior wall and ground materials, colors and interior resurfacing of kitchens and bathrooms, as well as selection of lobby art and furniture.

PROPOSED LOBBY ENHANCEMENTS EXISTING

PROPOSED

Replace lobby art with appropriate mid 20th century art.

Reconfigure and clad base of mail-boxes in light birch plywood to accommodate out-going letter and package receptacle and to unify all functional and decorative elements. Replace visually cumbersome chair with refined classical modern Barcelona Chair. BOOMERANG

www.boomerangformodern.com 6 1 9 . 2 3 9 . 2 0 4 0

Remove lobby carpet, clean and repair terrazzo floor. Remove wall-paper from lobby to new color scheme. MARBLE LIFE

www.marblelife.com 8 5 8 . 6 8 9 . 8 3 3 8

Add Storage Enclosure

Remove Raise Planter

Add Roof Replace with Proper Replace with Proper to Storage Modern Chair Modern Table

EXISTING CONDITIONS

Reconfigure Perimeter Planter

Replace with Proper Modern Chair

Modify Concrete & Pavers

Replace with Proper Modern Table

Replace grass with Rock Garden

Remove Carpet Exposing Terrazzo Floor

Upgrade Wall Light Fixtures

Replace Existing Art with Proper Modern Art

Remove Plants away from walls

Create Proper Garbage Enclosure

Replace Grass with Stone Pathway

Replace Tile with Plynyl Tiles

Replace Hedges with Rocks & Native Plants

River Rock with Cordyline Accents Remove Lawn & Grind Concrete Replace Furniture Replace Remove Signage Curve Defects with Modern Bench Floor Mats

Replace Planting with Arch. Pottery

PROPOSED ENHANCEMENTS

Cedar Shed

American Floor Mats

Architectural Boulevard Pottery-Glazed Square Table

Bertoia Side Chair Terrazzo Floor

Concrete Pavers

Cedar Trash Shed

Succulent Accents

Tulip Side Table Pea Gravel Barcelona Chair Mondo Grass Accents

Plynyl Tiles

Decorative Rock Garden

American Floor Mats

Architectural Pottery-Glazed

Flag Stone Walkway

Mexican Pebble

River Rock Blue Oat Grass

Horse Tail

Nelson Platform Architectural Pottery Bench

Cordyline

NEEDS STORAGE ENCLOSURE Provide a new storage shed at north-east corner of patio to protect and store beach equipment and bicycles.

PROPOSED CEDAR STORAGE SHED

NORTH-EAST PATIO

NEEDS TRASH ENCLOSURE Properly enclose trash-bins with wooden envelope to reduce undesirable visual impact of trash-bins and ceiling pipes.

PROPOSED CEDAR TRASH SHED

PARKING LOT

PROPOSED UNIT ENHANCEMENTS EXISTING

PROPOSED

EXISTING

PROPOSED

Replace existing carpet with low-profile more resistant patterned and textured modular carpet. FLOR w w w . f l o r . c o m 8 6 6 . 9 5 2 . 6 6 5 8

Supply balconies with Architectural Pottery white or bisque 3 shapes.

Kitchen faucet with transitional high-arch design with exceptional ergonomics and functionality.

All cabinets to be re-covered with birch veneer (similar or to match existing doors) Enhance kitchen & Bathrooms with simple Aluminum pulls.

KOHLER www.us.kohler.com 8 0 0 . 4 5 6 . 4 5 3 7

VESSEL USA www.architecturalpottery.com 8 5 8 . 3 8 5 .1 9 6 0

Rest room faucet with fluid design lines for beauty and easy cleaning.

A simple hardware swap-out can have huge impact on the appearance of cabinetry.

KOHLER www.us.kohler.com 8 0 0 . 4 5 6 . 4 5 3 7

HOME DECOR HARDWARE www.homedecorhardware.com 8 7 7. 7 6 5 . 4 0 5 2

Replace existing Entry and Kitchen floor with a Scandinavian Natural Beech Trondheim woodlock flooring system. BALBOA FLOORING w w w. b a l b o a f l o o r i n g . c o m 8 5 8 . 2 7 8 . 3 7 4 5

Replace existing bathroom floor with Cork flooring. Cork is natural; warm to the touch, anti-microbial and great thermal insulator. BALBOA FLOORING www.balboaflooring.com 8 5 8 . 2 7 8 . 3 74 5

tijuana civic center TIJUANA, MEXICO Reclaim Rio Tijuana Rethink Civic Center Porosity Humanize Pedestrian Experience

thesis advisor: Stella Murphy-Robitaille semester: senior degree studio site: Tijuana, Mexico studio program: 1. re-claim Rio Tijuana 2. re-think civic center porosity 3. humanize pedestrian experience

Cathedral Residential

Night Clubs

Professional Governmental Cultural Center

Shopping Center

homeless

and

addicts

have made the tijuana river their home. Neighboring residents conceded one pedestrian bridge to the indigents out of concern for their own safety.

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Ave. High/Low Temp.

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the

high

temperature

and low precipitation in Tijuana make the concrete river bed an ideal and safe place to host new activities from May to October. Photo taken in the month of April.

polluted

city

runoff

flows into the Tijuana River creating an unpleasant sight and smell. This water eventually makes its way into the estuary on the US side of the border and exits just south of Imperial Beach CA polluting the local beach.

an opportunity

arises

to improve the indigent and pollution situation by removing 1/2 of the river bed and placing a wetland system that will filter some pollutants out of the water before it reaches the estuary in the US side.

going

over

the

san

diego convention center is possible after ascending, then descending, hundreds of steps. There is no direct access to the stairs from streets. Pedestrians diverge from their natural pathway just to reach stairs.

going under the david l. Lawrence convention center in Pittsburgh is possible after sharing a long tunnel with vehicular traffic. The tunnel has poor natural light, low air quality and high vehicular noise. This is an awkward space that may seem a bit claustrophobic.

not

going

anywhere

is the situation with the Jacob K. Jevits Convention Center in New York City. This is the worst offender of all three typologies. This type of convention center is not penetrable and it acts as a solid barrier to exterior pedestrian thru traffic.

In all of these typologies, the exterior pedestrian flow is greatly diverted or in some cases interrupted altogether by a conglomerated building. These paradoxical typologies undermine the civic life they are attempting to celebrate because they obstruct the natural flow of exterior pedestrian traffic. Hence, a new design is in order; a design that is true to the celebration of civic life by promoting the natural flow of the pedestrian community through the building instead of around, over, or under it. While at first glance the conglomerated program may seem crucial, more can be done to liberate the interior program from the unnecessary envelope that houses it. Removing the “shell� will not only facilitate the flow of natural pedestrian circulation, but will re-proportion the civic center into an appropriate human scale that allows the civic center to form a more responsible and intimate part of the urban fabric.

A

Amphitheater Park

B

Residential Park

three access points were designed as park entrances with the goal of; reclaiming a portion of Rio Tijuana, reconnecting the bifurcated community through a porous civic center, and humanizing the pedestrian experience through parks that also cater to the adjacent residences, business, and cultural center.

B

C A

C

Cultural Park

Hall Space 34,345 sq. ft.

Conference/Theater 5,694 sq. ft.

Amphitheater Park 221,312 sq. ft.

Display Space 146,284 sq. ft.

Hall Space 40,278 sq. ft.

Water Install. Space 140,002 sq. ft.

Meeting Rooms 413 - 3,363 sq. ft. ea.

Cultural Park 72,820 sq. ft.

river & ground level

A 1

B 2 3

6

4 5

3

3

6

1. residential access 2. Boardwalk/River Access 3. Installation Space 4. Lake-Edge Boardwalk 5. Lake Installation Space 6. Wetland Filtration System 7. Civic Center Parking 8. Ramp to Loading Dock

50’ 200’ 100’

7

400’

8

section a

elevated program

A B 4

1 2

8

5

6 7

3

9

1. Hall Space 2. Hall Space 3. Hall Space 4. Theater/Conference 5. Hall Space 6. Hall Space 7. Meeting Rooms 8. Residential Park 9. Cultural Park 10. Amphitheater Pods 11. Vehicle Drop-off 12. Amphitheater

10 50’ 200’ 100’ 11

12

400’

11

section b

amphitheater park

riverbed

interior hall

exterior hall

CONSTRUCTION These Construction Documentation excerpts demonstrate my advanced proficiency in AutoCAD, my experience in construction documentation, and the adequate labeling of such.

DOCUMENTS

REVISIONS PL

1

6 A3.4

7 A3.5

8 A3.5

3

2

4'-0"

1'-0"

10'-0"

17'-0"

9 A3.6

10 A3.6

5

4

PL

6

5'-0"

7

15'-0"

8

10'-0"

9

5'-0"

15'-0"

10

2'-0"

OUTSIDE OF FINISH

9'-9 1/2"

5'-3 1/4"

4'-6"

7'-2 3/4"

20'-2 1/2"

10"

10"

1'-0"

TO EDGE OF PLANTER

5'-0" 15'-0"

18'-1 1/4" 4'-6"

TO EDGE OF CURB

PLANTER

PROPOSED PLANTER W/TREES TYP. SEE L/1.0

WALL OFFSET FROM PROPERTY LINE

3'-2"

9'-0"

9'-9 1/2"

10"

10"

2'-0"

3'-2"

9'-0"

2'-0"

3'-2"

9'-0"

2'-0"

3'-2"

9'-0"

2'-0"

2'-0"

4 A5.1

A PL

PL A

02

01

02

02

02

02

02

02

1 A3.2

LA ESQUINA

1 A5.1

01

UP

B

02

2 A3.2

2 A3.2

06

3 A5.1

6 1 A5.1 A5.1

3 A3.3

3 A3.3

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES

01 A: 259.21 sq ft FF + 70.61'

02 / OFFICE A: 442.16 sq ft FF + 70.73'

03 / OFFICE A: 442.16 sq ft FF + 70.85'

04 / OFFICE A: 442.16 sq ft FF + 70.97'

05 / OFFICE A: 442.16 sq ft FF + 71.09'

30'-0"

RESTAURANT

30'-0"

5'-0"

3 A-3.7

4'-0"

3'-0"

2'-4"

3'-9 1/2"

11

4 A-3.7

E

S

BATHROOM A: 38.48' sq ft

03 05

03

5'-5 1/2" SEE 14/A5.2 FOR RAIL ATTACHMENT

11'-5 1/4"

LINE OF WINDOW/ DOOR COVERS (OPEN) TYP.

5'-6 3/4"

1 A5.1

03 03

04

03

04 6'-3/4"

4'-10 1/4"

03

04 4'-1"

4'-1"

03

04 4'-10 1/4"

CLEAR

03

04 6'-3/4"

3'-1/4"

2 A5.1

03

03

04 6'-3/4"

4'-10 1/4"

03

04 4'-1"

4'-0"

03 C

04 4'-10 1/4"

6'-3/4" EDGE OF STAIR ABOVE

4'-1"

1'-0" 3'-6"

D

5"

4'-3 3/8"

ELEC. & GAS METERS

LINE OF CURB

9'-10"

9'-10"

8'-0"

Dearc

LOCATION OF PORTABLE FIRE EXTINGUISHER

28 RISERS @ 7" 27 TREADS @ 1' UP

MAIL ENCLOSURE

REFUSE & RECYCLE MATERIAL STORAGE AREA A: 84.00 sq ft FF = 70.11'

5 A3.4

1 11 A5.1 A5.0

NOT TO BE OCCUPIED

FLOOR DRAIN

HECTOR PEREZ

UP

5 A3.4

8111 CAMINO DEL ORO #L

0'-2"

6 5/8"

5"

SIM

10'-0"

6"

2'-6"

5'-0"

3'-0" BACKFLOW PREVENTION DEVICE

28 RISERS @ 7" 27 TREADS @ 1'

14'-0"

CURB TO PROPERTY LINE

5'-0"

4 A3.3

5'-0"

S

2'-2 1/2"

2 A-3.7

2'-6"

W

1'-4 1/2"

01

5'-0"

6'-11 1/4"

4 A3.3

CLEAR

11

N

N

10'-0"

11

15'-0"

11

5'-0"

CLEAR

1'-6"

KITCHEN A: 171.03' sq ft

01

LA JOLLA

4'-0"

11 A5.0

11 A5.0

WALL OFFSET FROM PROPERTY LINE

17'-0"

35'-3 1/2"

5'-8 1/2"

6'-0"

9'-0"

CONC. STAIR

E PL

0'-2"

PL E

1'-0"

2222 LOGAN AVE. SAN DIEGO CA 92113

EDGE OF BUILDING ABOVE

5'-0"

5'-0"

1 A3.2

4 RISERS @ 6" 3 TREADS

INSIDE EDGE OF EXIST. SIDEWALK

3'-7"

CALIFORNIA 92037

WALL OFFSET FROM PROPERTY LINE

GALVANIZED MTL. STAIR

PH. (619) 889-2760

24'-4 5/16"

PLAN LEGEND

2

6 A3.4

7 A3.5

8 A3.5

9 A3.6

10 A3.6

9 PL

PL 2x4 STUD CONSTRUCTION 2x6 STUD CONSTRUCTION

N

2x6 STUD CONSTRUCTION - ONTOP OF 3'-6" CONCRETE STEM WALL POURED IN PLACE CONCRETE WALL & STAIR INDICATES 1 HOUR CONSTRUCTION

INDICATES ADA CLEARANCE

1

FIRST FLOOR PLAN

1/4" = 1'- 0"

01

WINDOW-SEE SCHEDULE - A 1.0

03

DOOR-SEE SCHEDULE - A 1.0

DATE:

12-16-10

REVISIONS

6 A3.4

7 A3.5

8 A3.5

9 A3.6

10 A3.6

PL

PL

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10

1'-0" 4'-0"

17'-0"

10'-0"

5'-0"

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10'-0"

5'-0"

15'-0" 1 A3.2

A DOWNSPOUT (SERVES 908 SF. OF ROOF AREA)

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09

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12 A5.2

10 A5.1

09

09

09

16 A5.1

PL

2 A3.2

LA ESQUINA

09

5'-0"

DOWNSPOUT (SERVES 908 SF. OF ROOF AREA)

9 11 A5.1 A5.1

B SIM

7 A5.1

VA

LLEY

LL EY

VA

VA

2 A5.0

8 A5.1

LLEY

LL EY

14 A5.1

VA

2 A3.2

2'-0" DECK

DECK A: 446 sq ft

A: 446 sq ft

1 1/2"

06

07 / OFFICE A: 525.00 sq ft FF + 88.17'

10

08

PROF. SERVICES

06

08 / OFFICE A: 525.00 sq ft FF + 88.17'

30'-0"

PROF. SERVICES

RIDGE

7'-6"

08

RIDGE SLOPE

SLOPE SLOPE

10

SLOPE

1 1/2"

06

06 / OWNER OCCUPIED OFFICE A: 595.00 sq ft FF + 88.17'

1/4" PER 12" CLASS 'A' ASSEMBLY (TPO)

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES

1/4" PER 12" CLASS 'A' ASSEMBLY (TPO)

08

F

10

3 A3.3

2 A5.0

F

F

3 A3.3

WOOD SURF. TYP.

15'-0"

GRAVEL SURFACE TYP.

5 A-3.7

SIM

5'-0"

3'-8"

20 A5.2

POCKET DOOR CAVITY TYP.

SIM

19 A5.2

04

04

07

5'-0"

4'-2 7/8"

A: 257.51 sq ft FF + 88.17'

EY

METAL GUARDRAIL W/INLAID WOODEN PANELS SEE 18/A5.2

10'-0"

SLOPE

HECTOR PEREZ

5'-0"

LLEY

DECK

5 A3.4

13'-2"

IPE 4" WOODEN DECKING PER FINISH SCHED. TYP.

SLOPE

VA

LL

Dearc

D

SLOPE

EY

VA

C

5'-0"

EGRESS BALCONY

3'-0"

LL EY

11'-0" GALVANIZED MTL. STAIR

DOWNSPOUT (SERVES 577 SF. OF ROOF AREA)

51'-6"

VA

SLOPE

14'-10"

9'-9 1/4"

DOWNSPOUT (SERVES 577 SF. OF ROOF AREA)

1'-9 3/8"

7'-4"

EY

5 A3.4

E

S

08 8 A5.1

LOCATION OF PORTABLE FIRE EXTINGUISHER

LL

1/4" PER 12" CLASS 'A' ASSEMBLY (TPO)

A-3.7

07

SIM

6 A5.0

VA

LL

12 A5.1

08

6

W

09

VA

EY LL

07

LLEY

LLEY

VA

VA

VA

10

09

07 N

12 A5.2

09

1'-8"

4 A3.3

07

10'-0"

FLOOR DRAIN TYP.

04

2222 LOGAN AVE. SAN DIEGO CA 92113

A

1 A3.2

OUTSIDE OF FINISH

PL

PLANTER TYP. SEE L/1.1

A: 227 sq ft

8111 CAMINO DEL ORO #L

WALL OFFSET FROM PROPERTY LINE

41'-0"

5'-3/4"

6'-0" CONC. STAIR (BELOW)

9'-0" GALVANIZED MTL. STAIR

0'-2"

E

2 3/4"

LA JOLLA PL

3'-7"

E

PL

CALIFORNIA

WALL OFFSET FROM PROPERTY LINE

92037

LANDING

PH. (619) 889-2760

22'-3/4"

PLAN LEGEND

2 PL

2x4 STUD CONSTRUCTION

9 6 A3.4

7 A3.5

8 A3.5

9 A3.6

10 A3.6

PL

2x6 STUD CONSTRUCTION

N

2x6 STUD CONSTRUCTION - ONTOP OF 3'-6" CONCRETE STEM WALL POURED IN PLACE CONCRETE WALL & STAIR GRAVEL SURFACE OVERTOP CLASS 'A' ASSEMBLY (TPO) WOODEN DECKING INDICATES 1 HOUR CONSTRUCTION

2

SECOND FLOOR PLAN

1/4" = 1'- 0"

01

WINDOW-SEE SCHEDULE - A 1.0

02

DOOR-SEE SCHEDULE - A 1.0

DATE:

12-16-10

REVISIONS

6 A3.4

7 A3.5

8 A3.5

9 A3.6

10 A3.6

PL

PL

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3

5

4

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7

8

9

10

1'-0"

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104.4' LOW POINT

15'-0"

10'-0"

104.4' LOW POINT

104.88' HIGH POINT

20'-0"

2'-0"

16 A5.0

104.88' HIGH POINT

104.4' LOW POINT

A

OUTLINE OF BUILDING ENCLOSURE BELOW

OUTLINE OF BUILDING ENCLOSURE BELOW

CLASS 'A' ASSEMBLY BUILT-UP ROOFING (GREEN)

CLASS 'A' ASSEMBLY BUILT-UP ROOFING (GREEN)

SLOPE 1/4" PER 12"

2 A3.2

15 A5.0

OUTLINE OF BUILDING ENCLOSURE BELOW

CLASS 'A' ASSEMBLY BUILT-UP ROOFING (GREEN)

SLOPE 1/4" PER 12"

SLOPE 1/4" PER 12"

2 A3.2

13 A5.0

VA

RIDGE

ROOF

RIDGE

ROOF

11

A:709 sq ft

11

3 A3.3

30'-0"

A:709 sq ft

15'-0"

11

1 A3.2

13 A5.0

LL EY

LL EY VA

LL EY VA

RIDGE

A:709 sq ft

PL

1'-10"

14 A5.0

ROOF

A

B

SIM

3 A3.3

5'-0"

1 A3.2

17 A5.0

5'-0"

PL

5'-0"

LA ESQUINA

10'-0"

VA EY LL

EY LL

EY LL

VA

VA

CRICKET ROOF

CRICKET ROOF

CRICKET ROOF

PLUMBING VENT FROM WH./KIT./BATH

PLUMBING VENT FROM WH./KIT./BATH

2222 LOGAN AVE. SAN DIEGO CA 92113

17'-0"

OUTSIDE OF FINISH

4'-0"

PLUMBING VENT FROM WH./KIT./BATH

4 A3.3

10'-0"

VENT SHAFT FROM UNIT #1 RESTAURANT HOOD

4 A3.3

ROOF VENT FROM BATHROOM FAN BELOW

C 16 A5.0

Dearc

D

OUTLINE OF BUILDING BELOW

HECTOR PEREZ

5 A3.4

5 A3.4

8111 CAMINO DEL ORO #L LA JOLLA

PL

E

E

CALIFORNIA

PL

92037 PH. (619) 889-2760 6 A3.4

PLAN LEGEND 01

7 A3.5

8 A3.5

9 A3.6

10 A3.6

2

9

L CLASS -A- ASSEMBLY, BUILT-UP ROOFING P

PL

WINDOW-SEE SCHEDULE - A 1.0

DATE:

3

ROOF PLAN

1/4" = 1'- 0"

12-16-10

REVISIONS SKYLIGHT TYP.

PL

9

8

10 A3.6

7

9 A3.6

6

8 A3.5

5

7 A3.5

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4

6 A3.4

2

1

PL TOP OF ROOF ELEV. 104.88'

BOTTOM OF ROOF ELEV. 104.4'

DOWNSPOUT TYP.

11 A5.2

2 A5.2

SIM

METAL RAILING

12 A5.0

SIM

3'-6"

10 A5.2

10 A5.2

SIM

3'-0"

1 A5.2

9 A5.2

9'-0"

SIM

2 A5.2

73.3' (E) GRADE

AWNING SHUTTERS W/CEDAR SIDING TO MATCH EXIST. BEYOND

13 A5.2 SIM

1 A5.2

FIRST FLOOR F.F. RESTAURANT

ELEV. 70.61'

FINISHED GRADE BEYOND

6'-0"

1

NORTH (STOREFRONT) ELEVATION

ON GRADE PLANTING TYP. (SEE L/1.0)

CONC. STEM WALL

8'-11 1/4"

SIDEWALK CAFE

CLEAR PATH

1/4" = 1'- 0"

E

5 A3.4

D

4 A3.3

C

SKYLIGHT

PL

3 A3.3

2 A3.2

B

1 A3.2

EXIST. GRADE ELEV. 69.7' (LOT LOW POINT)

10 5/8"

1 A5.2

ON GRADE PLANTING (SEE L/1.0)

17'-3/4"

CEDAR SIDING W/4" REVEAL FINISH PER SCHEDULE

LA ESQUINA

TOP OF SUB FLOOR

ELEV. 87.67'

2222 LOGAN AVE. SAN DIEGO CA 92113

SECOND FLOOR

34'-10 7/8" MAXIMUM BUILDING HEIGHT

34'-1/4"

CESAR CHAVEZ MURAL (LASER ETCHED ON WOOD SHEATING)

PLANTER TYP. (SEE L1.1)

16'-11 1/2"

EXTERIOR GRADE M.D.O. PER FINISH SCHEDULE

A PL TOP OF ROOF ELEV. 104.4'

SECOND FLOOR TOP OF SUB FLOOR

1'-6"

6 A5.2

METAL GUARDRAIL

16'-11 1/2"

ELEV. 71.09'

ASPHALT SHINGLES PER. FIN. SCHEDULE

8 A5.2 6 A5.2

33'-6 1/4"

SECOND FLOOR TOP OF SUB FLOOR

ELEV. 71.09'

34'-10 7/8"

7 A5.2

PLANTER BEYOND

3'-6"

1'-6"

8 A5.2

6'-6"

7 A5.2

Dearc HECTOR PEREZ

8111 CAMINO DEL ORO #L LA JOLLA

CEDAR SIDING W/4" REVEAL PER. FIN. SCHEDULE

16'-6 11/16"

CALIFORNIA

FIRE WALL (1 HR)

ON GRADE PLANTING (BEYOND) (SEE L/1.0)

92037 PH. (619) 889-2760

72.97' (E) GRADE

73.3' (E) SIDEWALK

FIRST FLOOR F.F. OFFICE # 5

1'-4 5/8"

SIDEWALK (EXIST)

CONC. STEM WALL

ELEV. 71.09'

70.5' (E) GRADE

2

EAST ELEVATION

71.05' (E) GRADE EXIST. GRADE (BEYOND) ELEV. 69.7' (LOT LOW POINT)

1/4" = 1'- 0"

DATE:

12-16-10

REVISIONS 1

2 PL

6 A3.4

7 A3.5

8 A3.5

3

9 A3.6

6

10 A3.6

7

9

SKYLIGHT TYP. 12"

1'-1/4"

1/4"

1'-1 1/2"

12"

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES

TRANSLUCENT CHANNEL GLASS WALL PER WINDOW SCHEDULE

13 A5.0

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES

OFFICE 07

OFFICE 08

2 A5.0

POCKET DOOR PER SCHEDULE

R-19 EXT. WALL INSULATION TYP. 6&7 A5.2

WOOD DECKING

SOUND INSULATION TYP.

1'-2 3/4" 15'-10"

17'-3/4"

CEDAR SIDING W/4" REVEAL FINISH PER SCHEDULE

RESTAURANT SHELL

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES

01

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES

OFFICE 02

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES

OFFICE 03

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES

OFFICE 04

OFFICE 05

ROLL UP DOOR SEE 12/A5.0

6 A5.1

10 5/8"

3'-6"

METAL RAILING

FIRST FLOOR

8 A5.1

6'-0"

SECTION

SIDEWALK CAFE

1/4" = 1'- 0"

1

2 PL

6 A3.4

7 A3.5

3

4

6

10 A3.6

7

8

9 PL 12"

1/4"

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES

OWNER OCCUPIED OFFICE 06

3'-10"

ASPHALT SHINGLES PER. FIN. SCHEDULE

VENT SHAFT FOR RESTAURANT HOOD

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES

OFFICE 07

OFFICE 08

R-19 EXT. WALL INSULATION TYP.

15'-10"

6&7 A5.2

6'-6"

8'-0"

SHOWER TILE PER FINISH SCHED. TYP.

WOOD DECKING

3'-6" 34'-0 1/4"

BOTTOM OF ROOF ELEV. 104.4'

1/4"

R-30 ROOF INSULATION TYP.

4'-0"

1'-1 1/2"

12"

EXTERIOR GRADE M.D.O. FINISH PER SCHEDULE

16'-11 1/2"

9 A3.6

SKYLIGHT TYP.

TOP OF ROOF ELEV. 104.88'

GRAVEL TYP.

SECOND FLOOR

SOUND INSULATION TYP.

TOP OF SUB FLOOR

1'-2 3/4"

ELEV. 87.67'

RESTAURANT SHELL

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES

01

OFFICE 02

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES OFFICE 03

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES OFFICE 04

8111 CAMINO DEL ORO

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES OFFICE 05

#L LA JOLLA

15'-10"

AWNING SHUTTERS W/CEDAR SIDING TO MATCH EXIST.

CALIFORNIA ACCESSIBLE BATH

92037

ACCESSIBLE BATH TYP.

PH. (619) 889-2760 8'-0"

CONC. STEM WALL

F.F. RESTAURANT

SIM

8 A5.1

3'-0"

FIRST FLOOR

3'-6"

METAL RAILING

10 5/8"

Dearc HECTOR PEREZ

CEDAR SIDING W/4" REVEAL FINISH PER SCHEDULE

17'-3/4"

34'-10 7/8" MAXIMUM BUILDING HEIGHT

8 A3.5

5

8'-0"

3

SIM

F.F. RESTAURANT

ELEV. 70.61'

EXIST. GRADE (FOREGROUND) ELEV. 69.7' (LOT LOW POINT)

LA ESQUINA

8 A5.1

ELEV. 87.67'

2222 LOGAN AVE. SAN DIEGO CA 92113

8 A5.1

TOP OF SUB FLOOR

A.F.F.

GRAVEL TYP.

SECOND FLOOR

3'-6"

SURFACE MOUNTED RECEPTACLE PER. ELECTRICAL TYP.

3'-6 1/2"

15'-10"

ASPHALT SHINGLES PER. FIN. SCHEDULE

3'-0"

OWNER OCCUPIED OFFICE 06

34'-0 1/4"

BOTTOM OF ROOF ELEV. 104.4'

1/4"

R-30 ROOF INSULATION TYP.

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES

34'-10 7/8" MAXIMUM BUILDING HEIGHT

PL

CRICKET ROOF (BEYOND)

TOP OF ROOF ELEV. 104.88'

16'-11 1/2"

8

ELEV. 70.61'

EXIST. GRADE (FOREGROUND) ELEV. 69.7' (LOT LOW POINT)

DATE:

4

SECTION

6'-0"

1/4" = 1'- 0"

SIDEWALK CAFE

12-16-10

WORK / LIFE BALANCE Work

Schematic Design Construction Documents 3D Modeling & Rendering Presentation Graphics Interior Design Landscape Design Restoration/Remodel Physical-Model Construction Data Entry & Computation

Balance

ME!

Life

Pencil Drawing Water Color Playing Soccer Ethnic Cuisine Photography Cooking Socializing Personal Development Architectural Events

WHY WE SHOULD WORK TOGETHER ! Excellent graphic, written, and verbal communication skills. Exceptional problem solver with outstanding competitive leadership skills. Brilliant multi-tasker who works great with others and individually. Meticulous organizational skills with superb attention to detail. Self-motivated individual with solid work ethic who takes the initiative. Terrific customer service skills with superior professionalism. Proficient in English and Spanish. Social media savvy such as LinkedIn, Facebook, Flickr, etc.

TECHNICAL SKILLS Proficient: AutoCAD, SketchUp, LayOut, Rhinoceros, VRay, Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, AcrobatPro, MS Office Suite, FTP. Basic: Revit

EXPERIENCE 2008 - 2011 Design Intern De-Arc (Design-Development Studio) Schematic Design and Construction Documentation phases for residential mixed-use project. Graphic presentations for restoration/remodel, residential mixed-use, and sustainable landscape projects. Schematic Design, Interior Design, and Graphic Presentation of restaurant-unit in mixed-use project. Presentation-quality physical wood-maquette for residential mixed-use project. Co-presented mixed-use project to a community board for community approval in San Diego, California. Digitalized and produced a PowerPoint presentation of the Design Principal’s career and artistic work. Graphical work has been used for bank loan meetings accomplishing successful results.

2010 - 2011 Radio Frequency Analyst Dtech Communications (Radio Frequency Engineering Firm) Drafted site diagrams of cellular phone-antennas. Data Entry & Computation using Microsoft Office Suite and additional Radio Frequency software. Phone receptionist for CEO and CFO, took messages when they were unavailable to come to the phone. Scheduled appointments between property managers and field technicians to gain access to antenna towers. Designed business cards and identification badges for employees. Performed additional office tasks as needed.

EDUCATION 2005 - 2010 Bachelor of Architecture Woodbury University (San Diego Campus) CLEA President (Latin-American Council of Architecture Students), Woodbury San Diego Chapter, 08’ Events Committee Officer -Student Forum, Woodbury San Diego, 08/09’ Woodbury Transfer Scholarship, Woodbury San Diego, 05’-10’

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