Page 1

Ailene Quinlan, M Arch / Selected Works


Ailene Quinlan, M Arch / Selected Works


Introduction

I came to architecture after a career as an elementary school teacher. When transitioning out of education, I found a job working for an architect in Connecticut and quickly fell in love with the field. My education in architecture began under the tutelage of the principal architect, as an apprentice, designing office interiors, both configuring layouts and choosing the finishes. While working full time, I began a Masters of Architecture degree on-line with the Academy of Art University. Half way through the program, I moved to San Francisco in order to finish my degree on campus. My portfolio demonstrates my development as a student of architecture as much as the unfolding of my personal style.


Index

01 Gathering Energy

4

02 Shifting Planes

20

03 Passage

30

04 Curves

44

05 Design Process

54

06 Wall Section

60

07 Construction Documents

68


AILENE QUINLAN / M ARCH

01

SELECTED WORKS

Gathering Energy

Project

SOMA Natural Resource Think Tank

This project was developed with education in mind. Through visible

Course

Advanced Design Studio 2

sustainable design and discovery opportunities for the public, the

Site

San Francisco, CA

SOMA Natural Resource Think Tank Education Center, a think tank for

Semester

Fall 2017

the development of building systems based on renewable resources,

Instructors

David Gill and Ben Corotis

harnesses the power of architecture to evoke and provoke change. The goal driving this design is to involve and engage the public through a visual representation of the technology of sustainable design and make the function of the building visible and thus accessible to the public. Multiple points of entry connect the site to its surrounding context and encourage circulation through the grounds. The architecture embraces the Net Zero goals for 2030 and communicates these to the public.

04 /05


GATHERING ENERGY

04/ 05


AILENE QUINLAN / M ARCH

SELECTED WORKS

1/ Sun Path 2/ Wind Direction 3/ Circulation 1/

2/

3/ 6 /7

4/ Site


GATHERING ENERGY

4/ 6/ 7


AILENE QUINLAN / M ARCH

SELECTED WORKS

1/ Wall Section /Partial Elevation 2/ Long Section

1/ 8 /9


GATHERING ENERGY

2/ 8/ 9


AILENE QUINLAN / M ARCH

SELECTED WORKS

1/ North Elevation 2/ South Elevation 3/ Section 1 4/ Section 2

1/

2/ 10 /11


GATHERING ENERGY

3/

4/ 10/ 11


AILENE QUINLAN / M ARCH

SELECTED WORKS

1/ First Floor Plan 2/ Second Floor Plan

UP

1/ 12 /13


GATHERING ENERGY

UP

2/ 12/ 13


AILENE QUINLAN / M ARCH

SELECTED WORKS

Roof System

1/ Structural 2/ Program Diagram 3/ Energy Systems Structural System

Vertical Circulation

Glazing

Floors

1/ 14 /15


GATHERING ENERGY

Support Offices Public Venues Wind Lab Food Lab and Cafe Solar Lab Utility Lab Services

2/

Wind Trees 1500 kW/Wk per Year

Bioswale

Power Storage

Solar Panels 2300 kWhr per Year

Rain Collection from Roof System 25,200 Gal per year

3/ 14/ 15


AILENE QUINLAN / M ARCH

SELECTED WORKS

1/ Bio Swale 2/ Green Roof

Vegetation Layer Soil Layer Filter Layer Drainage Layer Protection Layer

Root Barrier Insulation Layer

Waterproof Membrane Roof Deck

1/ 16 /17


GATHERING ENERGY

PACIFIC WILLOW Pacific Willow Native Shrubs andAND Ground Cover NATIVE SHRUBS GROUDCOVER for Erosion Control FOR EROSION CONTROL

VEGETATION TOLERANT

Vegetation Tolerant OF WET OR DRY CONDITIONS Wet or Dry Conditions

CONCRETE CURB Concrete Curb PAVING DRAINS Paving Drains BIOSWALE toTO Bioswale 18”ofOF SAND 18“ Sand MixMIX BIOFILTRATION Bio Filtration SoilSOIL

SUBBASE Sub-base Bio Filtration BIOFILTRATION Soil

SOIL

COMPACTED EARTH Compacted Earth

Compacted COMPACTED Earth

EARTH

2/ 16/ 17


AILENE QUINLAN / M ARCH

SELECTED WORKS

1/ Final Model 2/ Process Models

1/ 18 /19


GATHERING ENERGY

2/

18/ 19


AILENE QUINLAN / M ARCH

02

SELECTED WORKS

Shifting Planes

Project

Dance Studio

This project’s unique challenge was to design a dance studio, school and

Course

Advanced Design Studio 1

performance hall on a small lot on Stanton Street in San Francisco. The

Site

San Francisco, CA

design challenge was to be open and inviting to the public, yet secure.

Semester

Fall 2017

Various spaces were designated as private (for school use), semi-private

Instructors

Mark Mueckenheim and

(visible) and public ( visitors). Two entrances and two elevator banks,

Maria Pas De Castro

on either side of the building, allow for the monitoring of users entering

the private and public levels. The program includes a cafe, a store, a performance hall, classrooms, locker rooms and support space. The store and cafe are situated on the ground level for public use. The auditorium is located on the highest floor to allow for views of the neighborhood and accessibility on one side by students, and on the other side by visitors.

20 /21


SHIFTING PLANES

20/ 21


AILENE QUINLAN / M ARCH

SELECTED WORKS

1/ Site Plan 2/ Basement 3/ Ground Level 4/ Level Two 5/ Level Three 6/ Level Four 7/ Level Five 8/ Level Six 9/ Level Seven

22 /23

Site Plan

Scale; 1/32"= 1'-0"

1/


SHIFTING PLANES

2/

3/

4/

5/

6/

7/

8/

9/ 22/ 23


AILENE QUINLAN / M ARCH

SELECTED WORKS

1/ East Elevation 2/ South Elevation

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

Scale: 1/16"= 1'-0"

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

1/ 24 /25

2/


SHIFTING PLANES

1/ Section 1 2/ Section 2

1/

2/ 24/ 25


AILENE QUINLAN / M ARCH

SELECTED WORKS

1/

1/ Concept Diagram 2/ Interior Rendering

26 /27


SHIFTING PLANES

2/ 26/ 27


AILENE QUINLAN / M ARCH

28 /29

SELECTED WORKS


SHIFTING PLANES

1/ 1/16” = 1’-0” Model 2/ 1/32” = 1’-0” Model

1/

2/ 28/ 29


AILENE QUINLAN / M ARCH

03

SELECTED WORKS

Light and Shadow

Project

Crematorium

This project was to design a crematorium on Alcatraz Island, re-using the

Course

Intermediate Design Studio 2

existing building and reconfiguring the space by carving boundaries of

Site

San Francisco, CA

the rooms out of the cell walls. The design creates a visual journey for

Semester

Spring 2016

the funeral parties as mourners pass through the main bays. The space

Instructors

Mark Myers and Peter Suen

transforms as the walls shift from narrow somber passage ways, to

wider and more expansive rooms. The semi-private, yet open plan of the ceremony halls provides an opportunity to make mourning a less solitary experience, while still giving room for each party to have their own ceremony and say goodbye with their loved ones.

30 /31


LIGHT AND SHADOW

30/ 31


AILENE QUINLAN / M ARCH

SELECTED WORKS

1/

2/ 32 /33

1/


LIGHT AND SHADOW

1/ Diagram of Emotions Journey 2/ Approach Option 1 3/ Approach Option 2

2/

3/ 32/ 33


AILENE QUINLAN / M ARCH

SELECTED WORKS

Stair to Internment

Family Room

Café

Ceremonial Hall

Ceremonial Procession Family Room

Café

Ceremonial Hall

Ceremonial Procession Family Room

Café

Ceremonial Hall

Elevator to Internment

34 /35

Entrance for the Deceased

1/


LIGHT AND SHADOW

Internment

1/ Level 1 Plan 2/ Basement Level 3/ Level 2 Plan

Mechanicals

Furnace

Elevator to Internment

2/

Storage

Storage

Elevator to Internment

3/ 34/ 35


AILENE QUINLAN / M ARCH

SELECTED WORKS

1/ Load Diagram 2/ Rendering

1/ 36 /37


LIGHT AND SHADOW

2/ 36/ 37


AILENE QUINLAN / M ARCH

SELECTED WORKS

1/

2/ 38 /39


LIGHT AND SHADOW

1/ Process Models of Progression 2/ Process Models of Journey 3/ Final Model 4/ Final Model

3/

4/ 38/ 39


AILENE QUINLAN / M ARCH

SELECTED WORKS

3

1/ 40 /41


LIGHT AND SHADOW

1/ Short Section 2/ Interior Perspective 1 3/ Interior Perspective 2

2/

2

3/ 40/ 41


AILENE QUINLAN / M ARCH

SELECTED WORKS

1/ Long Section

42 /43


LIGHT AND SHADOW

42/ 43


AILENE QUINLAN / M ARCH

04

SELECTED WORKS

Curves

Project

Community Center

In this introductory studio, we explored design through cases studies,

Course

Introduction Design Studio

diagramming, and gesture models. We examined the ways in which

Site

San Francisco, CA

architects break from linear design, envisioning walls, ceiling and floors

Semester

Spring 2014

beyond vertical or horizontal planes. The studio project was set on a

Instructors

Amily Huang

site in Golden Gate Park. The program included a community center, an

art studio, a cafĂŠ and classrooms. My design explored qualities of light, curves and varied wall thicknesses to create an organic and spacious feel for the building. The only vertical walls are the exterior walls, which create a contrast between the interior and exterior space.

44 /45


CURVES

44/ 45


AILENE QUINLAN / M ARCH

SELECTED WORKS

1/ 46 /47


CURVES

1/ Interior Perspective 1 2/ Interior Perspective 2

2/ 46/ 47


AILENE QUINLAN / M ARCH

SELECTED WORKS

1/ Level 1 Plan 2/ Level 2 Plan

1/

2/ 48 /49


CURVES

1/ Wall Quality 2/ Circulation

1/

2/ 48/ 49


AILENE QUINLAN / M ARCH

SELECTED WORKS

1/ East Elevation 2/ South Elevation

1/

2/ 50 /51


CURVES

1/ Section 1 2/ Section 2 3/ Section 3 1/

2/

3/ 50/ 51


AILENE QUINLAN / M ARCH

SELECTED WORKS

1/ Interior Perspective 1 2/ Interior Perspective 2 3/ Interior Perspective 3

1/

2/ 52 /53

3/


CURVES

1/ Model 2/ Model

1/

2/ 52/ 53


AILENE QUINLAN / M ARCH

05

SELECTED WORKS

Design Process

Project

Hand Drafting a Home

Through creating drawings of my apartment, I learned how to relate

Course

Design Process and 2D Media

a two-dimensional representation to three-dimensional space and

Site

Westport CT

strengthened the fundamental skills of two-dimensional hand drafting.

Semester

Fall 2014

This project developed a solid understanding of the orthographic

Instructor

Benjamin Rice

conventions of plan, section, and elevation. While hand drafting was the focus of this course, special attention was paid to developing mastery and understanding of line weight, dimensioning and architectural notation that would directly relate to digital representation as well.

54 /55


DESIGN PROCESS

54/ 55


AILENE QUINLAN / M ARCH

SELECTED WORKS

1/ Floor plan 2/ Section 3/ East Elevation

1/ 56 /57


DESIGN PROCESS

2/

3/ 56/ 57


AILENE QUINLAN / M ARCH

SELECTED WORKS

Symmetry

Repetition

Floor Lines

1/ 58 /59


DESIGN PROCESS

1/ Order Diagram 2/ Circulation Diagram

2/ 58/ 59


AILENE QUINLAN / M ARCH

06

SELECTED WORKS

Wall Section

Project

Three Story Residential Building

Designing the faรงade of a three story building, with balconies, parapet,

Course

Wall Section

sunshades and guardrail, afforded me an understanding of how the

Site

San Francisco, CA

elements of construction drawings are coordinated to clearly describe a

Semester

Spring 2017

building project. The wall section and its related elevations, plans, and

Instructors

David Gill

details provide a significant description of a building. Through developing this project, I developed a higher level of competence in the technical aspects of architectural design and improved my fluency with AutoCAD.

60 /61


WALL SECTION

60/ 61


AILENE QUINLAN / M ARCH

SELECTED WORKS

1/ East Elevation 2/ Roof Plan 3/ Second Floor Plan 4/ First Floor Plan

1/ 62 /63


WALL SECTION

2/

3/

4/ 62/ 63


AILENE QUINLAN / M ARCH

SELECTED WORKS

Waterproof Membrane Plywood

Waterproof Membrane

3“Cedar Siding

Plywood

Shim

3“Cedar Siding

Flashing

Shim

Wood Door Frame

Flashing

Waterproof Membrane Plywood 3“Cedar Siding Shim Flashing

Aluminum Window Frame

Aluminum Window Frame

1/

2/

FS

3/

FIXED SILL

S

Aluminum Window Frame

Wood Door Frame

Aluminum Window Frame

Shim

Shim

Backing Rod

Backing Rod

Backing Rod

Flashing

Flashing

Flashing

6“ Plank Decking

3“Cedar Siding

3“Cedar Siding

Plywood

Plywood

Plywood

4/

Waterproof Membrane

7/

SILL

Shim FS

FIXED SILL

5/

Waterproof Membrane

8/

SILL

6/

9/ 1/ In-swing Door Head 2/ Sliding Window Head 3/ Fixed Window Head 4/ In-Swing Door Sill 5/ Sliding Window Sill 6/ Fixed Window Sill 7/ In-Swing Door Jamb 8/ Sliding Window Jamb 9/ Fixed Window Jamb

64 /65

S


WALL SECTION

7 A-4

4-6

A-4

1 A-4

1-3

A-5 7-9

A-5 4 A-4

1/

2/

3/

1/ Wall Section 1 2/ Wall Section 2 3/ Wall Section 3

64/ 65


AILENE QUINLAN / M ARCH

SELECTED WORKS

Waterproof Membrane

Batt Insulation

Cement Board

5/8“ Plywood

Cap Flashing

Waterproof Membrane

1/ Section Through Roof

Waterproof Membrane

2/ Section Through Foundation 3/ Section Through Floor

Flashing

Metal Flanges

Scupper

Flashing at Scupper Cut through

Adjustable Screen Connection

5/8“ Gypsum Board

Rigid Insulation

1/ 66 /67


WALL SECTION

Waterproof Membrane 5/8“ Plywood In-Swing Double Door

Cement Board Batt Insulation Scupper Downspout

6“ Cedar Decking

5/8“ Gypsum Board

Batt Insulation

Waterproof Membrane Baseboard

Baseboard

Drip Flashing

Adjustable Pedestals

3“ Plank Hardwood Flooring

Sidewalk 2“ Sand

5/8“ Plywood

3“ Plank Hardwood Flooring

Rebar and Reinforcing Mesh

4“ Gravel

Perforated Rain Tube

3 1/2“ Tongue and Groove Cedar Exterior Siding

2/

5/8“ Gypsum Board Siding

3/ 66/ 67


AILENE QUINLAN / M ARCH

07

SELECTED WORKS

Construction Documents

Project

Restaurant and office Building

For this project, I chose to design a commercial building that housed a

Course

Construction Documents

restaurant on the ground floor and an office suite on the second floor. The

Site

Westport, CT

objective of this project was to create set of construction documents that

Semester

Spring 2017

demonstrate an understanding of the documentation process. In preparing

Instructors

Yim Jew

and organizing a simple set of documents and specifications describing the design, I learned about the relationship between the components of a construction document set and the role they play in the building process. The course covered building and zoning codes, calculations of occupancy load, and compliance with the California Accessibility code.

68 /69

PARTIAL SOU


UTH ELEVATION

CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS

Level 4 28' - 11 1/2"

Level 3 27' - 6"

Level 2 15' - 0"

DROP CEILING 8' - 0"

Level 1 0' - 0"

68/ 69

WALL SECTION 1


A

B

AILENE QUINLAN / M ARCH

C

SELECTED WORKS

1

D

D

C

3 D

A108

D

Level 2 15' - 0"

C

27' - 6"

D

3

B

B

A108

A

B

B

B 4

B

A 2

3

1

4

Level 2 15' - 0" DROP CEILING 8' - 0"

DROP CEILING 8' - 0"

2

3

Level 1 0' - 0"

1

Level 1 0' - 0"

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

1/

1

1

2

A107

2'

4'

8'

0'

2'

4'

8'

16'

16'

2

3

A106 5

1

2

A107

2

4

7

A109 1

A109

A109

4 0' - 0"

1

0'

3

A106 5

A109

A109

4

Level 4 28' - 11 1/2" Level 3 27' - 6" 0' - 0"

A109

4

7

Level 4 28' - 11 1/2" Level 3 27' - 6"

C

C

F

F

27' - 6"

A108

4 A108

A

A

E

E

27' - 6"

A

A

9

9

A

8

8

A

7

7

28' - 11 1/2"

4 C

28' - 11 1/2"

F

F

28' - 11 1/2"

C

C

28' - 11 1/2"

C

Level 2 15' - 0"

Level 2 15' - 0" DROP CEILING 8' - 0"

E

E

6

5

6

5

DROP CEILING 8' - 0"

Level 1 0' - 0"

Level 1 0' - 0"

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

2/

2

0'

2'

4'

8'

16'

0'

2'

4'

8'

16'

1/ South Elevation 2/ West Elevation 3/ Site Plan

70 /71

8/16/2017 AileneAilene Quinlan0406912 8/16/2017 Quinlan0406912ARH 606ARHYim 606-Jew Yim Jew

D

ANDAND SOUTH ELEVATIONS SOUTH ELEVATIONS A-4 A-4WESTWEST

Level 4 28' - 11 1/2" Level 3 27' - 6"

27' - 6"

0' - 0"

C

1

6' -- 1" 1 1/2" 4'

0' - 0"

B

Level 4 28' - 11 1/2" Level 3 27' - 6"

A109

0'9'- -15" 1/2" 3' - 3" 0' - 14'1/2" -3'1"- 3"

28' - 11 1/2"

A

9' - 5"

28' - 11 1/2"

- 6" 0' 1' -- 0" 5 1/2" 6' - 14'1/2" 4' - 6" 0' 1' -- 0" 5 1/2"

A109


CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS

L

Lots ong

Rd

Po st Ro ad Ea st (a .k. a. U. S. Ro ut e 1- a.k .a. St at e St re et Ea st) Grass Divider

Post Road East

3/

70/ 71


AILENE QUINLAN / M ARCH

SELECTED WORKS

A

2

1

A107

A106

61'B- 5 1/2"

22' - 0 1/2" 5' - 11 1/2"

C

11' - 4"

8' - 1"

8' - 2"

11' - 10"

11' - 0"

UP

STAIR

9

10

5' - 1 1/2"

4

M W/C

A108

W W/C

4

5 10

1/ Level 1 Plan

11

7' - 0"

19

2/ Level 2 Plan

FREEZER

10' - 6 1/4"

7

5' - 9 5/8"

DINING

Ailene Quinlan- 0406912

8

3

11

HALL

7' - 0"

FOYER

1 A108

12

1

7

ARH 606- Yim Jew

7 A116

1 A107

10' - 7 1/2"

1

13

2

4' - 0"

2 A106

48' - 5 1/8"

KITCHEN

6

18

2

3

81' - 2 7/8"

A108

ADA W/C

COLD STORAGE

6

8

2 A108

16

5

8/16/2017

17

15

14

5' - 8"

A109

3

3 A109

DINING

7

1

5

LEVEL 1 FLOOR PLAN

ADA BAR

STAIR 22' - 2 1/4"

9 7' - 4 5/8" 4 A109 UP

6' - 5 3/4"

1 A109

4 A110

4

3

2

4

1

52' - 7 3/8"

6' - 7"

2' - 3 1/8"

61' - 5 1/2"

1 72 /73

LEVEL 1 Scale: 1/4”=1’-0”

0'

2'

4'

8'

16'

1/

A-2

A109


CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS

A

2

1

A107

A106

B

C

61' - 5 1/2" 6' - 5 1/2"

5' - 1"

2' - 9"

7' - 10"

8' - 0 3/8"

3' - 0"

5' - 1 1/2"

3' - 0"

1 1

9' - 8 3/8"

A107

STAIR

M W/C

W W/C

12B

9B

10B

C

ø 5' - 0"

ø 5' - 0"

22

7' - 0"

ø 5' - 0"

23

9' - 2 1/2"

IT 2B

7' - 9"

8B

29

FOYER C

9' - 2 1/2"

21

6' - 11 1/2" 17' - 9 1/4"

C

24

20

CONFERENCE 8 A116

5' - 5"

3B

2

2

15' - 1"

A106

F

25

4B

5' - 6"

OPEN OFFICE 10' - 6 3/8"

26

5 A109

15' - 5 1/4"

1B

5' - 6"

6' - 10 3/4"

81' - 2 7/8"

COPY 5' - 6"

BREAK ROOM 5B

3 7 A109

5' - 5 1/4"

F

5' - 5 3/4"

5' - 6"

28

STAIR

27

PARTNER

JUNIOR PARTNER

7B

6B

11B 4 A109

12' - 3"

1 A109

16' - 4"

13' - 7 7/8"

13' - 4"

DN

10' - 6 3/8"

7' - 7 3/8"

31 D

D

D

2/

4

13' - 4"

29' - 8"

1

C

LEVEL 2 Scale: 1/4”=1’-0”

0'

2'

4'

8'

16'

72/ 73


A

A107

3 A110

1' - 5 1/2"

1 A106

OPEN OFFICE

CONFERENCE

1B

3B

4' - 3"

1 A110

OPEN OFFICE

CONFERENCE

1B

3B

4' - 3"

DINING

8' - 7 1/2"

1 A110

2

2 A110

DINING

2/ Section 2

2

2 A110

3/ Section 3 4/ Section 4

Level 1 0' - 0"

0'

Section 2 1/4" = 1'-0" 7

0'

3

4

2'

4'

8'

2

5

4'

8'

16'

1/

16'

2

1 A107

A106

A109

A109

2'

1

8/16/2017

8' - 7 1/2"

1/ Section 1

Level 1 0' - 0"

DROP CEILING 8' - 0"

KITCHEN

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

Level 4 28' - 11 1/2"

0' - 0"

1' - 50'1/2" - 0"

DROP CEILING 8' - 0"

Level 2 15' - 0"

KITCHEN

1

1

Level 3 27' - 6"

7

PARTNER

4

3

2

2

5

A106

A109

A109

1 A107

OPEN OFFICE

7B

1

1B

M W/C

0' - 0"

9B

Level 4 28' - 11 1/2" Level 3 27' - 6"

4

PARTNER

OPEN OFFICE

7B

1B

A108

Level 2 15' - 0"

M W/C

74 /75

4

2

?

M W/C

?

4

Level 2 15' - 0"

2' - 9"

M W/C

?

DROP CEILING 8' - 0"

DROP CEILING 8' - 0"

Level 1 0' - 0"

1' - 6 1/8" 0'

0'

2'

4'

8'

2'

4'

8'

16'

2' - 9"

2/ 2' - 9"

3' - 2 7/8"

?

KITCHEN

3' - 2 7/8"

2' - 5"

3' - 4 1/4"

A108

Level 1 0' - 0"

16'

A-6

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

2' - 3 3/8"

6

1

1

3 A108

2' - 3 3/8"

ADA W/C

DINING

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

2' - 5"

3' - 4 1/4"

1

4

2

3 A108

6

1' - 6 1/8"

KITCHEN ADA W/C

DINING

SECTIONS 1 AND 2

9B

2' - 9"

2

Level 3 27' - 6"

Level 2 15' - 0"

0' - 11" 3' - 3"

10' - 6"

29' - 0"

1' - 5 1/2"

3 A110

0' - 11" 3' - 3"

29' - 0"

C

B

ARH 606- Yim Jew

2 A107

10' - 6"

A

SELECTED WORKS

Level 3 27' - 6"

Ailene Quinlan- 0406912

AILENE QUINLAN / M ARCH

C

B

A106


CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS C

B

1

1

A

2

A109

A106

A107

W W/C

M W/C

STAIR

10B

9B

12B

28' - 11 1/2"

13' - 11 1/2"

Level 4 28' - 11 1/2" Level 3 27' - 6"

Level 2 15' - 0"

3

15' - 0"

15' - 0"

A108

DROP CEILING 8' - 0"

4 A108

M W/C

5

4

STAIR 10

1' - 9"

2' - 11"

W W/C

Level 1 0' - 0"

3/

1 1

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

0'

2

1 A107

2'

4'

8'

16'

3

2 A106

4 A109

4

13' - 11 1/2"

Level 3 27' - 6"

OPEN OFFICE STAIR

FOYER

12B

8B

1B

4

Level 2 15' - 0"

15' - 0 1/2"

29' - 0"

A108

DINING

FOYER

10

3

3' - 4 1/4"

1

STAIR

Level 1 0' - 0"

4/

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

0'

C

B

1 A106

2'

1

4'

8'

2

A109

A107

16'

A

13' - 11 1/2"

Level 4 28' - 11 1/2" Level 3 27' - 6"

1 1/2"

2

W W/C

M W/C

STAIR

10B

9B

12B

74/ 75 Level 2 15' - 0"


AILENE QUINLAN / M ARCH

SELECTED WORKS

L

evel 2 15' - 0"

ARH 606- Yim Jew

Level 2 15' - 0"

DROP CEILING 8' - 0"

EILING 8' - 0"

ARH 606- Yim Jew

DROP CEILING 8' - 0"

DROP CE

DROP CEILING 8' - 0"

3

B

1

1/

A106

B

C

1' - 6"

Level 1 0' - 0"

1' - 6 1/8"

Section 6 1/2" = 1'-0"

Section 6 1/2" = 1'-0"

C 1

3

Ailene Quinlan- 0406912

Level 1 0' - 0"

Section 5 4 1/2" = 1'-0" Section 5 4 1/2" = 1'-0" A106

Ailene Quinlan- 0406912

Level 1 0' - 0"

1' - 7"

2' - 9"

2' - 9"

2' - 7 1/8"

2' - 6 3/8"

1' - 6 1/8"

evel 1 0' - 0"

1' - 7"

2' - 9"

2' - 9"

2' - 7 1/8" 3' - 4"

1' - 6 1/8"

2' - 6 3/8"

3' - 4"

L

2/

1

3' - 8"

3' - 8"

1 A107

4' - 0"

1

8/16/2017

1' - 6 1/2"

8/16/2017

1' - 6 1/2" 1' - 6"

5' - 1 1/8"

B

1

A107

4' - 0"

3' - 8"

3' - 8"

A106

1

1

5' - 1 1/8"

A107

ø 5' - 0"

ø 5' - 0"

DW

76 /77

1' - 6 1/2"

ø 5' - 0"

DW

2

3/ 0' - 6"

3' - 0"

2

2' - 10"

3' - 0"

3' - 0"

ø 5' - 0"

1' - 6 1/2"

ADA BATHROOM DETAILS

ø 5' - 0"

2' - 10"

B

1 A106 ø 5' - 0"

A BATHROOM DETAILS

ø 5' - 0"

ø 5' - 0"

0' - 6"

2

3' - 0"

Level 1 - Callout 2 1/2" = 1'-0"

4/


CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS

1/ ADA Bathroom Section 1 2/ ADA Bathroom Section 2 3/ ADA Bathroom Plan 1 4/ ADA Bathroom Plan 2 5/ Roof Detail 6/ Foundation Detail

Level 4 29' - 1"

7/ Corner Detail

Level 4 29' - 1"

8/ Floor Connection Detail Wall Ties 5/8” Plywood

5/8” Cap Flashing Level 3 27' - 6"

5/8” Cant Rigid Insulation

Level 3 27' - 6" Level 4 29' - 1"

Level 4 29' - 1"

3” Metal Decking

Waterproof membrane 5/8” Plywood Air Filtration Membrane

6” Track 5/8” Gypsum Board

Level 1 0' - 0"

2” Air Space

Waterproof Membrane

3 5/8” Bricks

5/8” Plywood Level 3 27' - 6"

Air Filtration Membrane 2” Air Space

Batt Insulation

6” Base Track

Level 3 27' - 6"

2” Layer of Sand

6” Track

4” Layer of Gravel

5/8” Gypsum Board

Flashing

Level 1 0' - 0"

Batt Insulation

3 5/8” Bricks Wall Ties

5/

A

6/ A

Concrete Slab on Metal Decking

Waterproof Membrane

Level 2 15' - 0"

3” Metal Decking

5/8” Plywood Air Filtration Rigid A Insulation

A

Waterproof Membrane

6” Stud 5/8” Gypsum Board

2” Air Space

5/8” Plywood

Batt Insulation

6” Track

Air Filtration Membrane

3 5/8” Bricks

5/8” Gypsum Board

2” Air Space

Batt Insulation

Level 2 15' - 0"

3 5/8” Bricks 4

4

7/

5/8” Plywood Wall Ties

8/ 76/ 77 4 4


AILENE QUINLAN / M ARCH

SELECTED WORKS

Colophon

78 /79

School Graduate School of Architecture

Cover Stock

Academy of Art University

Image Wrap

Course Senior Portfolio

Font

Mary Scott

Regular, Bold

Student Ailene Quinlan

Text Stock

ailene.quinlan@gmail.com

Ultra White

ailene.quinlan.com

100 lbs. 148 gsm

Book Binder

Software

Blurb

Adobe Creative Suite

Matte Finish

DIN 2014

Mohawk Super Fine Eggshell


ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

Acknowledgments

I want to thank to my extremely supportive family; without their support,

The teachers who have guided my professional journey:

I would never have had the courage to go back to school and take on this

Mark Myers

Ben Rice

challenge. I appreciate the time and patience my teachers at the Academy

Peter Suen

Nicole Lambarou

of Art University have shown throughout this journey.

Mark Mueckenheim

Mary Scott

Maria Pas De Castro

Simon Battistti

And to Anna Matz, for teaching me InDesign and for all her support along

David Gill

Alexa Getting

the way.

Ben Corotis

Douglas Donaldson

Yim Jew

Hans Sagan

Amily Huang

Ross Smith

I would like to express particular gratitude for the guidance Mary Scott has given in the process of creating my Portfolio.

78/ 79


AILENE QUINLAN / M ARCH

SELECTED WORKS

Thank You

80 /81

Cell

917 650 6038

Email

ailene.quinlan@icloud.com


PROJECT

80/ 81


AILENE QUINLAN / M ARCH

82 /83

SELECTED WORKS


PROJECT

82/ 83


AILENE QUINLAN / M ARCH

84

SELECTED WORKS

Ailene Quinlan / Selected Works  

M Arch Portfolio

Ailene Quinlan / Selected Works  

M Arch Portfolio

Advertisement