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PORTFOLIO B. of Architecture | SCI-Arc Anna Bahudian

Spring 2017

Oakland, CA

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PORTFOLIO B. of Architecture | SCI-Arc Anna Bahudian

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Contents


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AS DESIGN DEVELOPMENT

AS ADVANCED CONSTRUCTION PROJECT DELIVERY

AS TECTONICS

AS ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEMS I & II

DS 3B STUDIO

FALL 2017 Instructor: Pavel Getov & Scott Uriu

SPRING 2018 Instructor: Pavel Getov & David Ross

FALL 2016 Instructors: Ramiro Dias-Granados Maxi Spina

FALL 2016 & FALL 2017 Instructor: John Bohn

SPRING 2017 Instructor: Herwig Baumgartner

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DS 4A STUDIO

DS 3A STUDIO

DS VERTICAL STUDIO

FALL 2017 Instructor: Darin Johnstone

FALL 2016 Instructor: Maxi Spina

SPRING 2018 Instructor: Devyn Weiser

AS MUTATION ITERATION COMPILATION

VS DIGITAL DESIGN 2D REPRESENTATION

SUMMER 2015 Instructor: Ramiro Dias-Granados

SUMMER 2015 Instructor: Heather Flood


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Applied Studies


BA

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Fall 2017

Oakland, CA

Design Development

1-1/2” RIGID INSULATION FRP CASTED VOLUMES FRP 4’x8’ PANELS TERTIARY STRUCTURE 2”x2” STEEL TRACK ROOF GUTTER 1/2” SHEATHING WATERPROOFING MEMBRANE

This Course investigates issues related to the implementation of design: technology, the use of materials, systems integration, and the archetypal analytical strategies of force, order and character. We reviewed basic and advanced construction methods, analyzed building codes, design the structural and mechanical systems of the building my group chose, developed the building materials, integrated the building components and systems, and addressed ADA planning and fire/life safety. The intent was to deveop a cohesive understanding of how architects communicate complex building systems for the built environment and to demonstrate the ability to document a comprehensive architectural project.

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A6.00

METAL DECKING 4” PEDESTAL DRYWALL SOFT INSULATION C-CHANNELS

Part of our work was to develop the project into a set of drawings that contain different views, chunks, components, sizes, descriptions, energies, systems, vantage points, materials, and so on. In collaboration with: Prarthna Misra Maria Jose Meza Christopher Becerra Alex Bica

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BANDITS

A4.00

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Bancroft Ave.

RIGID INSULATION SECONDARY STRUCTURE SOFT INSULATION

PRARTHNA MISRA ANNA BAHUDIAN

DRYWALL/INTERIOR FINISH C-CHANNELS

MARIA JOSE MEZA

GUTTER/DRAIN

ALEX STEPHAN BICA

+30’

CHRISTOPHER BECERRA

5’

1

2 Storage Room

3

Lobby

Entrance

Main Entrance

4

Restrooms

5

Stairs

RECORD

+25’

rev

5’

DISCLAIMER

Stairs

To the best of my knowledge, these plans are drawn to comply with owner’s and/or builder’s specifications. Any changes made on them after prints will be done at the owner’s and/or builder’s expense and responsibility. The contractor shall verify all dimension and enclosed drawings, and be solely responsible thereafter.

Cafe

7

date / issue

A 12/4/2017 B C D E F

+20’

6

8

1

A5.01

1/2” SHEATHING WATERPROOFING MEMBRANE FRP 4’x8’ PANELS 4” PEDESTAL TERTIARY STRUCTURE 2”x2” STEEL TRACK

STAMP Offices

Stairs

Lobby

9

Entrance

Entrance

PROJECT ADDRESS

10

BERKELEY LIBRARY 2642 BANCROFT WAY BERKELEY, CA

N 00’

+05’

+10’

+15’

E

W Duran Ave.

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10’

5’

1

20’

SITE PLAN

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SHEET TITLE

SITE PLAN SHEET NUMBER

A13.00

SECONDARY STRUCTURE SOFT INSULATION DRYWALL/INTERIOR FINISH C-CHANNELS GUTTER/DRAIN FLOOR TILES


Oakland, CA

009

1 A-6.00

BANDITS

Fall 2017

PRARTHNA MISRA ANNA BAHUDIAN

MARIA JOSE MEZA

ALEX STEPHAN BICA

CHRISTOPHER BECERRA

1 A-3.00

1 A-5.00

12” Steel Tube Secondary Structure

RECORD

rev

date / issue

A 12/4/2017 B C D E F

DISCLAIMER

Steel I-Beam

To the best of my knowledge, the plans are drawn to comply with o and/or builder’s specifications. changes made on them after print be done at the owner’s and/or bu expense and responsibility. The actor shall verify all dimension enclosed drawings, and be solely responsible thereafter.

COLUMN CAP BOLTS

LED Lighting System

STEEL

18” Steel Tube Primary Structure

STAMP

Escalators Columns

PROJECT ADDRESS

PR AN

MA

AL

BERKELEY LIBRARY 2642 BANCROFTCH WA BERKELEY, CA

RIGID INSULATION WPM

SOFT INSULATION INTR. FINISH

WPM FLASHING

SHEET TITLE

1

7

COLUMN CAP DETAIL

3

S

DRAIN DETAIL

SCALE = NTS

BANDITS

L

3D MEGA CHUNK

SHEET NUMBER

3

SCALE == NTS NTS SCALE

CRUSHED STONE

FILTER TO PREVENT CLOGGING 24”x24” CONCRETE CATCH BASIN WITH WATER TIGHT BOTTOM

3D MEGA CHUNK

(END COLUMN CAP)

(COLUMN CAP)

ROOF DETAIL

A1.00

SCALE == NTS NTS SCALE

INTR. FINISH DRYWALL

WPM PLYWOOD SHEATHING OVERFLOW PIPE

SOFT INSULATION C-CHANNEL

RECESSED GUTTER BREATHER MEMBRANE

SECONDARY STRUCTURE

PEDESTAL SHEATHING WPM

PRARTHNA MISRA ANNA BAHUDIAN

RE

TERTIARY STRUCTURE

MARIA JOSE MEZA

rev rev

ALEX STEPHAN BICA

CHRISTOPHER BECERRA

RIGID INSULATION WPM

DIS

SOFT INSULATION

To t To pla plan and and/ cha chan be d be exp expe act acto enc encl res resp

INTR. FINISH

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S

INTR. FINISH

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1 AA 1 BB CC DD EE FF

FRP

ROOF DETAIL

SCALE = NTS

2

GUTTER DETAIL

SCALE == NTS NTS SCALE

1

WALL DETAIL

SCALE == NTS NTS SCALE

SECONDARY

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Fall 2017

Oakland, CA

FACADE & DETAILS

1/2” SHEATHING WATERPROOFING MEMBRANE

TEM FRP SYSTEM

PRA ANN

COLUMN CAP COLUMN CAP BOLTS BOLTS

1-1/2” RIGID INSULATION

STEEL

MAR

STEEL

ALE

CHR

FRP CASTED VOLUMES

OOK ION CONNECTION

FRP 4’x8’ PANELS

TURE IARY STRUCTURE RACK STEEL TRACK

TERTIARY STRUCTURE 2”x2” STEEL TRACK

FRP CASTED VOLUMES

ROOF GUTTER

FRP 4’x8’ PANELS TERTIARY STRUCTURE 2”x2” STEEL TRACK 1/2” SHEATHING

RIGID INSULATION RIGID INSULATION WPM WPM

WPM

WPM

FLASHING

FLASHING

SOFT INSULATION SOFT INSULATION INTR. FINISH INTR. FINISH

(END COLUMN CAP) (END COLUMN CAP)

(COLUMN CAP) (COLUMN CAP)

7

COLUMN CAP COLUMN DETAIL CAP DETAIL

7

CRUSHED STONE CRUSHED STONE

FILTER TO PREVENT FILTER TO CLOGGING PREVENT CLOGGING 24”x24” CONCRETE 24”x24”CATCH CONCRETE CATCH BASIN WITH BASIN WATER WITH TIGHT WATER TIGHT BOTTOM BOTTOM

GROOVE PANEL PANEL

3

LE = NTSSCALE = NTS

DRAIN DETAIL DRAIN DETAIL

3

SCALE = NTSSCALE = NTS

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rev

ROOF DETAIL ROOF DETAIL

3

DRYWALL

C D E F

DIS

To t plan and/ chan be d expe acto encl resp

DRYWALL

SOFT SOFT INSULATION INSULATION C-CHANNEL C-CHANNEL

RECESSED GUTTER BREATHER MEMBRANE

SECONDARY SECONDARY STRUCTURE STRUCTURE PEDESTAL

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A 12

B SCALE = NTS SCAL

INTR. FINISH INTR. FINISH

WPM WPM PLYWOOD PLYWOOD SHEATHING SHEATHING OVERFLOW PIPE OVERFLOW PIPE RECESSED GUTTER BREATHER MEMBRANE

3

SCALE = NTS SCALE = NTS

STA

PEDESTAL

SHEATHING SHEATHING WPM

WPM

TERTIARY TERTIARY STRUCTURE STRUCTURE FRP

FRP

C-CHANNELS

PRO

SOFT INSULATION DRYWALL C-CHANNELS

METAL DECKING

METAL DECKING

4” PEDESTAL

4” PEDESTAL

SHE

ROOF GUTTER FRP CASTED VOLUME

2

1

GUTTER DETAIL GUTTER DETAIL

2

1

SCALE = NTS SCALE = NTS

3D FACADE CHUNK

WALL DETAIL WALL DETAIL

1

FRP HOOK CONNECTION FRP HOOK CONNECTION TERTIARY STRUCTURE

STRUCTURE INTERIOR TERTIARY FINISH INTERIOR FINISH STEEL TRACK STEEL TRACK TONGUE-IN-GROOVE TONGUE-IN-GROOVE FLOORING LAMINATE FLOORING LAMINATE

BOLTS

BASE PLATE BASE PLATE

FOOTING/ FOOTING/ STEM WALL STEM WALL WPM

ANCHORAGE ANCHORAGE BOLTS BOLTS

WPM

FLASHING FLASHING

SECONDARY SECO STRUCTURE STRU

INTR. FINISH INTR. F DRYWALL

DR

SOFT INSULATION INSUL

PRARTHNA MISRA PRARTHNA MISRA ANNA BAHUDIAN ANNA BAHUDIAN MARIA JOSE MEZA MARIA JOSE MEZA ALEX STEPHAN BICA ALEX STEPHAN BICA CHRISTOPHER BECERRA CHRISTOPHER BECERRA

STEEL COLUMN STEEL COLUMN BOLTS BOLTS

BOLTS

SILL PLATE SILL PLATE

A

BANDITS BANDITS

COLUMN CAP COLUMN CAP BOLTS BOLTS STEEL STEEL

FRP SYSTEM FRP SYSTEM

SHE SCALE = NTS SCAL

RIGID INSULATION RIGID INSULATION WPM WPM SOFT INSULATION SOFT INSULATION INTR. FINISH INTR. FINISH

(END COLUMN CAP) (END COLUMN CAP)

(COLUMN CAP) (COLUMN CAP)

SHEATHING SHEA

7

COLUMN CAP DETAIL COLUMN CAP DETAIL 7 SCALE = NTS SCALE = NTS

3

ROOF DETAIL

ROOF DETAIL 3

WPM

TERTIARY TER STRUCTURE STRU

SCALE = NTS SCALE = NTS

FRP

CRUSHED STONE CRUSHED STONE FILTER TO PREVENT CLOGGING FILTER TO PREVENT CLOGGING 24”x24” CONCRETE CATCH 24”x24” CONCRETE CATCHTIGHT BASIN WITH WATER BASINBOTTOM WITH WATER TIGHT BOTTOM

4

TONGUE-IN-GROOVE PANEL 4TONGUE-IN-GROOVE PANEL SCALE = NTS3 SCALE = NTS

DRAIN DETAIL INTERIORINTERIOR FLOORINGFLOORING DETAIL DETAIL DRAIN DETAIL 3 3SCALE3 = NTS SCALE = NTS

SCALE = NTS SCALE = NTS

WPM WPM PLYWOOD PLYWOOD SHEATHING SHEATHING OVERFLOW PIPE OVERFLOW PIPE RECESSED RECESSED GUTTER GUTTER BREATHER BREATHER MEMBRANE FOOTING MEMBRANE

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2

&

INTR. FINISH INTR. FINISH DRYWALL DRYWALL SOFT SOFT INSULATION INSULATION C-CHANNEL C-CHANNEL SECONDARY SECONDARY STRUCTURE STRUCTURE ANCHORAGE FOOTING & ANCHORAGE PEDESTAL PEDESTAL SCALE = NTS SCALE = NTS SHEATHING SHEATHING WPM WPM TERTIARY TERTIARY STRUCTURE STRUCTURE FRP

PEDESTAL

PED

C-CHANNEL C-CH

1

FLOOR TO WALL FLOOR DETAIL TO WALL DE

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RECORD RECORD

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rev

date / issue

date / issue

A 12/4/2017 A 12/4/2017 B B

SCALE = NTS

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Oakland, CA

0011

BANDITS

Fall 2017

DIAGRAMS

6.5’ 4’

7’

PRARTHNA MISRA ANNA BAHUDIAN

MARIA JOSE MEZA

ALEX STEPHAN BICA

CHRISTOPHER BECERRA

Basement Plan

7’

6”

9’ 6”

RECORD

4’ 5’ 3’ 6”

rev

date / issue

A 12/4/2017 B C D E F

3’

13’ 5’

1’ 6”

DISCLAIMER

To the best of my knowledge, these plans are drawn to comply with owner’s and/or builder’s specifications. Any changes made on them after prints will be done at the owner’s and/or builder’s expense and responsibility. The contractor shall verify all dimension and enclosed drawings, and be solely responsible thereafter.

4’

Ground Plan

STAMP

Area of Refuge

3’

9’

10’

PROJECT ADDRESS

Up

BERKELEY LIBRARY 2642 BANCROFT WAY BERKELEY, CA

Overall Occupancy

Type A2 - Cafe A3 - Library B - Office, Lobby Total Area-124,450 Total Occupancy Load-1,244

BANDITS

4’

7’

SHEET TITLE

ADA

6.5’

PRARTHNA MISRA ANNA BAHUDIAN

1

MARIA JOSE MEZA

ALEX STEPHAN BICA

Fourth Floor Plan

ADA DIAGRAMS

BANDITS

Stair 1 Width 4’6” Capacity 180 people

CHRISTOPHER BECERRA

ADA

A3

SHEET NUMBER

A11.00

CONSTRUCTION SEQUENCE

PRARTHNA MISRA ANNA BAHUDIAN

MARIA JOSE MEZA

ALEX STEPHAN BICA

CHRISTOPHER BECERRA

Tertiary Structure

Welded Pipe Connection

Window Flashing

Window Frame

Viewing qFt cy Type:A3 cy:80

Low-E Double Pane Glass

ll weather in Berkeley, a allows the building to comfort zone about 75% of allowing minimun use of r heating and AC systems.

FRP Window

RECORD

rev

date / issue

A 12/4/2017 B C D E F

DISCLAIMER

To the best of my knowledge, these plans are drawn to comply with owner’s and/or builder’s specifications. Any changes made on them after prints will be done at the owner’s and/or builder’s expense and responsibility. The contractor shall verify all dimension and enclosed drawings, and be solely responsible thereafter.

RECORD

rev

STAMP

e:A3

date / issue

A 12/4/2017 B C D E F

DISCLAIMER

SOLAR STUDIES

EGRESS PROJECT ADDRESS

BERKELEY LIBRARY 2642 BANCROFT WAY

To the best of my knowledge, these plans are drawn to comply with owner’s and/or builder’s specifications. Any changes made on them after prints will be done at the owner’s and/or builder’s expense and responsibility. The contractor shall verify all dimension and enclosed drawings, and be solely responsible thereafter.

STAMP

1

WINDOW PANELING

WINDOW D


0012

Spring 2018

Construction Documents This Course focuses on advanced methods of project delivery and construction documents incorporating digital technologies and investigating new models for linking design and construction processes. It introduces Building Information 10 A-5.2 Modeling as one of the tools for realignment of the traditional relationships between the project stakeholders. Using a commercial building located in Los Angeles, we analyzed and developed the architecture by creating a detailed 3D 7 A-5.2 digital model and a set of 2D construction documents specifically tailored for the design challenges of a commercial project.

1 9 A-5.2

A5.1

The objective of this course was to technically document and detail a project of design by developing our ability to respond to codes and regulations, produce clear, technical documentation, as well as elevating our understanding of building encelope systems and assemblies. 3 A-5.1

In collaboration with: 8 A-5.2

Lisa Liang Raina Lin Prarthna Misra

4 A-5.2

5 A-5.1

Wall Section Window 3 1/2" = 1'-0"

11 A-5.1

1 A-5.2

8 A-5.1

1101 S. Robertson Blvd Los Angeles, CA 90035

Anna Bahudian annabahudian@gmail.com Lisa Liang lisaliang95@gmail.com

Whitworth Dr 1

2

3

4

A-3.2

5

Yuyang Lin rainalin966@gmail.com

6

Prarthna Misra misraprarthna@gmail.com

1

Kobe Structural Engineering 15928 Ventura Blvd suite B Encinio, CA 91436 (818) 309-2921 info@kobeengineering.com

A UP TO BALCONY

Nous Engineering 600 Wilshire Blvd suite 760 Los Angeles, CA 90017 (213) 627-6687 contact@nousengineering.com

B EXIT

C

Khalifeh & Associates 13465 Beach Ave suite B Marina Del Rey, CA 90262 (310) 305-1555 info@khalifehassociates.com

1 1

A-3.1

ENTRANCE

D PARKING RAMP

E

Stout Design Build 12405 Venice Blvd unit 352 Los Angeles, CA 90066 (310) 876-1018 team@stoutdesignbuild.com

S Robertson Blvd

A-3.4

Bay City Geology 1423 S Beverly Glen Blvd Apmt B Los Angeles, CA 90024 (310) 429-6681 info@baycitygeo.com

No.

1 A-3.3

Description

10 A-5.1

Site Plan

Site Plan 1 1/8" = 1'-0"

Wall Section B 2 1/2" = 1'-0"

A-1.0

SPRING 2018_AS 3041 - CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS

EXIT

Derek Yen derekyen1996@gmail.com

9 A-5.1 Date


Spring 2018

0013

OAK FLOORING FINISH METAL STUD LAYER AIR INFILTRATION BARRIER

L-PLATE BOLTED TO WALL MEMBRANE ROOFING

CONCRETE FLOORING

RIGID FOAM INSULATION CUSTOMIZED TO GUTTER

W 12 X 26 I-BEAM

FLUTED METAL GUTTER

MEMBRANE ROOFING

BOLTED L-PLATE JOINING BEAM TO WALL

ROOF PARAPET

ROOF PARAPET

METAL DECKING

WATERPROOFING MEMBRANE

WATERPROOFING MEMBRANE

W12X26 I-BEAM

RIGID FOAM INSULATION

GYPSUM CEILING PANELS CONNECTED TO METAL FRAME

CUSTOMIZED L-ANGLE BOLTED CONNECTION

METAL DECKING

SUSPENSION TEE CEILING JOINT HUNG FROM METAL DECK

CEILING HANGERS

GYPSUM CEILING BOARD PANEL

BOLTED L-PLATE JOINING BEAM TO WALL

RIGID FOAM INSULATION

RIGID FOAM INSULATION

WATERPROOFING MEMBRANE

C CHANNELS 16" O.C.

C CHANNELS 16" O.C.

ACRYLIC PLASTER ATTACHED TO METAL LATH

Roof Detail 1 9 1 1/2" = 1'-0"

Roof Detail 2 10 1 1/2" = 1'-0"

Floor to Wall Connection 8 1 1/2" = 1'-0"

Drawing I

OAK FLOORING FINISH

Sheet Number

METAL STUD LAYER

THERMAL INSULATION

CUSTOMIZED RUBBER WATERPROOF SEALANT CONCRETE FLOORING

BOLTED MULLION TO RIGID INSULATION CONNECTION

WATERPROOF MULLION CAP W 12 X 26 I-BEAM

MEMBRANE ROOFING C CHANNELS 16" O.C. MEMBRANE ROOFING

ROOF PARAPET ACRYLIC PLASTER

RIGID FOAM INSULATION CUSTOMIZEDMEMBRANE TO GUTTER WATERPROOFING

FLUTED METAL GUTTER WATERPROOFING MEMBRANE

RIGID FOAM ROOFINSULATION PARAPET

CONNECTION FROM BEAM GYPSUM CEILING PANELS

ALUMINUM MULLION ROOF PARAPETTO CONNECTED TO METAL FRAME WATERPROOFING MEMBRANE RIGID FOAM INSULATION

CUSTOMIZED L-ANGLE BOLTED CONNECTION

METAL DECKING

BOLTED L-PLATE JOINING BEAM TO WALL SUSPENSION TEE CEILING JOINT HUNG FROM METAL DECK

CEILING HANGERS

RIGID FOAM INSULATION GYPSUM CEILING BOARD

BOLTED L-PLATE JOINING BEAM TO WALL

RIGID FOAM INSULATION C CHANNELS 16" O.C.

RIGID FOAM INSULATION

PANEL

WATERPROOFING MEMBRANE

C CHANNELS 16" O.C.

C CHANNELS 16" O.C.

ACRYLIC PLASTER ATTACHED TO METAL LATH

ACRYLIC PLASTER ATTACHED TO METAL LATH

ROBERTSON BLVD

WATERPROOFING MEMBRANE

MEMBRANE ROOFING BOLTED L-PLATE

W12X26 I-BEAM

CEILING HANGERS

EXT

L-PLATE BOLTED TO MULLION BOLTED L-PLATE JOINING BEAM TO WALL W 26 X 12 I-BEAM

METAL DECKING

METAL DECKING DOUBLE GLAZED GLASS

INT

WHITWORTH DR

Wall to Glazing Connection Roof Detail Roof Detail27 1

9 1'-0" 1=1/2" = 1'-0"10 13" 1/2" = 1'-0"

Floor to Curtain Floor toWall WallConnection Roof Detail 2Connection 10 1 1/2" = 1'-0"111/2" 1/2"==1'-0" 1'-0" 48

INT

EXT

G-0.0 Cover Sheet VERTICAL ALUMINIUM MULLION Info, Area Calcs, Proj G-1.0 Project OAK FLOORING FINISH DOUBLE GLAZED GLASS G-2.0 General Notes METAL STUD LAYER WATERPROOFING MEMBRANE Abbreviations, Symbols Lege 1101 S. Robertson Blvd AIRG-3.0 INFILTRATION BARRIER G-4.0 Zoning & Ordinances ALUMINUM MULLION Los Angeles, CA 90035 L-PLATE A-0.0BOLTED TO WALL Project Geometry, 2D Layout CUSTOMIZED RUBBER SEALANT CONCRETE A-0.1 FLOORING 3D Shots of Revit 1101 S. Robertson A-0.2 3D Shots of Revit in Detail W 12 X 26 I-BEAM WATERPROOF MULLION CAP Los Angeles, CA 90 A-1.0 Site Plan BOLTED L-PLATE JOINING BEAM TO WALL Anna Bahudian BOLTED MULLION TO CONCRETE A-1.1 Basement Plan FLOOR CONNECTION annabahudian@gmail.com WATERPROOFING A-1.2 First Floor MEMBRANE Lisa Liang TAPERED RIGID INSULATION A-1.3CEILING PANELS Second Floor GYPSUM lisaliang95@gmail.com Anna Bahudian CONNECTED TO METAL FRAME annabahudian@gmail.com A-1.4 Third Floor THERMAL BREAK Yuyang Lin Lisa Liang rainalin966@gmail.com A-2.1 Longitudinal Section lisaliang95@gmail.com A-2.2 Cross Section Prarthna Misra Yuyang Lin misraprarthna@gmail.com rainalin966@gmail.com A-2.3 Partial Section Misra Derek Yen A-2.4 WallPrarthna Section misraprarthna@gmail.com derekyen1996@gmail.com A-3.1 FacadesEast Derek Yen derekyen1996@gmail.com A-3.2 FacadesNorth A-3.3 Facades- South A-3.4 Facades-West Kobe Structural Engineering A-4.1 RCPBasement Floor 15928 Ventura Blvd suite B Kobe Structural Engineering 15928 Ventura Blvd suite B Encinio, CA 91436 A-4.2 RCPFirst Encinio, CA Floor 91436 (818) 309-2921 (818) 309-2921 info@kobeengineering.com A-4.3 RCPSecond Floor info@kobeengineering.com Balcony To Curtain Wall Connection Floor toA-4.4 Wall Connection RCPThird Floor 3" = 1'-0" 1 1 1/2" = 1'-0" 8 Nous Engineering Nous Engineering A-5.0 Exterior Schedules- Windows 600 Wilshire Blvd suite 760 600 Wilshire Blvd suite 760 Los Angeles, CA 90017 A-5.1 Exterior Details Los Angeles, CA 90017 (213) 627-6687 (213) 627-6687 contact@nousengineering.com A-5.2 Exterior Details contact@nousengineering.com A-5.3 Exterior Details Khalifeh & Associates 13465 Schedule Beach Ave suite B A-6.0 Interior Khalifeh & Associates

NSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS

DOUBLE GLAZED GLASS L-PLATE BOLTED TO WALL

ROBERTSON BLVD

ALUMINIUM VERT. MULLION AIR INFILTRATION BARRIER


0014

1

2

1 A-2.2

7' - 10"

3

4

19' - 0"

16' - 3 3/4"

5

13' - 1 1/2"

6' - 3"

6

12' - 10"

27' - 4 1/4"

9' - 0"

11' - 2 3/4"

1101 S. Robertson B Los Angeles, CA 900 WA-B

WA-A

WA-A 200.A

A

A

Anna Bahudian annabahudian@gmail.com

WA-B 205.1

Lisa Liang lisaliang95@gmail.com

CLOSET 40 R @ 0' - 6 21/32"

204

OFFICE

WA-C UP

200

ELEVATOR

WA-C

207

Derek Yen derekyen1996@gmail.com

B

WA-B

204.1

Kobe Structural Engineering 15928 Ventura Blvd suite B Encinio, CA 91436 (818) 309-2921 info@kobeengineering.com

WA-C

5' - 0 1/4"

C

200.4

201.1

203.1

206.2

OAKOAK FLOORING FLOORING FINISH FINISH

1

BATHROOM

A-2.1 WA-A

206

206.3

WA-D

WA-D

OFFICE

OFFICE

201

202

METAL METAL STUD STUD LAYER LAYER

CONFERENCE ROOM

14' - 2 1/2"

WA-C

WA-B

203

MEMBRANE MEMBRANE ROOFING ROOFING

D

Khalifeh & Associates Beach Ave suite B Marina Del Rey, CA 90262 (310) 305-1555 info@khalifehassociates.com

L-PLATE L-PLATE BOLTED BOLTED TO WALL TO WALL 13465

1101 1101S.S.Ro R Los LosAngele Ange

D

W 12 WX12 26XI-BEAM 26 I-BEAM

FLUTED FLUTED METAL METAL GUTTER GUTTER

MEMBRANE MEMBRANE ROOFING ROOFING

202.A

Stout Design Build 12405 Venice Blvd unit 352 Angeles, CA 90066 (310) 876-1018 team@stoutdesignbuild.com

ROOF ROOF PARAPET PARAPET

BOLTED BOLTED L-PLATE L-PLATE JOINING JOINING Los BEAM BEAM TO WALL TO WALL 9' - 0"

201.A

WATERPROOFING WATERPROOFING MEMBRANE MEMBRANE WA-A

WATERPROOFING WATERPROOFING MEMBRANE MEMBRANE

W12X26 W12X26 I-BEAM I-BEAM

RIGID RIGID FOAM FOAM INSULATION INSULATION

GYPSUM GYPSUM CEILING CEILING PANELS PANELS Bay City Geology Anna Anna Bahudian Bahudian CONNECTED CONNECTED TO METAL TO METAL FRAME FRAME 1423 S Beverly Glen Blvd Apmt B

CUSTOMIZED CUSTOMIZED L-ANGLE L-ANGLE BOLTED BOLTED CONNECTION CONNECTION

METAL METAL DECKING DECKING

METAL METAL DECKING DECKING

WA-B

WA-A

E

1

Nous Engineering 600 Wilshire Blvd suite 760 Los Angeles, CA 90017 (213) 627-6687 contact@nousengineering.com

AIR AIR INFILTRATION INFILTRATION BARRIER A-2.1 BARRIER

CONCRETE CONCRETE FLOORING FLOORING

RIGID RIGID FOAM FOAM INSULATION INSULATION 206.4 CUSTOMIZED CUSTOMIZED TO GUTTER TO GUTTER

ROOF ROOF PARAPET PARAPET

12' - 2"

C

Prarthna Misra misraprarthna@gmail.com

13' - 6 1/2"

B

Yuyang Lin rainalin966@gmail.com

9' - 0"

WA-B

17 RISERS @ 7" 16 TREADS @ 11"

15' - 7 3/4"

FIRE STAIR

11' - 0"

205

lisaliang95@gmail.com lisaliang95@gmail.co

SUSPENSION SUSPENSION TEETEE CEILING CEILING JOINT JOINT HUNG HUNG FROM FROM METAL METAL DECK DECK GYPSUM GYPSUM CEILING CEILING BOARD BOARD 11' - 6 3/4" PANEL PANEL RIGID RIGID FOAM FOAM INSULATION INSULATION

1WATERPROOFING 2 WATERPROOFING MEMBRANE MEMBRANE

annabahudian@gmail.co annabahudian@gma

Los Angeles, CA 90024 (310) 429-6681 LisaLisa Liang Liang info@baycitygeo.com

E

CEILING CEILING HANGERS HANGERS

7' - 9 1/4"

7' - 8 1/4"

1 A-2.2

26' - 1 1/4"

Yuyang Yuyang Lin Lin rainalin966@gmail.com rainalin966@gmail.co

BOLTED BOLTED L-PLATE L-PLATE JOINING JOINING BEAM BEAM TO WALL TO WALL

4

C CHANNELS C CHANNELS 16" O.C. 16" O.C.

5

6

NOTES 1. ANY INCONSISTENCIES OR UNFORESEEN CONDITIONS TO BE REVIEWED BY THE ARCHITECT PRIOR TO PROCEEDING WITH CONSTRUCTION.

LEVEL TAPERED 2 FLOOR RIGID INSULATION 1 1/4" = 1'-0"

THERMAL BREAK

ROOM

WALL TYPE A

3. DO NOT SCALE FROM DRAWINGS.

WALL

WALL TYPE B

4. CONTRACTOR SHALL PROVIDE, ERECT, AND MAINTAIN ALL TEMPORARY BARRIERS AND GUARDS, AND ALL TEMPORARY SHORING AND BRACING AS REQUIRED BY CITY AND STATE REGULATIONS.

DOOR

2. ALL DIMENSIONS ARE TOO FACE OF STRUCTURE UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED.

Roof Roof Detail Detail 1 19 9

5. CONTRACTOR SHALL PROVIDE ADEQUATE WEATHER PROTECTION FOR THE BUILDING AND ITS CONTENTS DURING THE COURSE OF THE WORK.

WINDOW

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

6. CONTRACTOR SHALL PROVIDE TEMPORARY SANITARY FACILITIES AS TO LEAST IMPACT NEIGHBORS AND AS DIRECTED BY CITY REGULATIONS.

Derek Derek YenYen derekyen1996@gmail.co derekyen1996@gma

N

WATERPROOFING MEMBRANE

ACRYLIC ACRYLIC PLASTER PLASTER ATTACHED ATTACHED TO METAL TO METAL LATH LATH

C CHANNELS C CHANNELS 16" O.C. 16" O.C.

Description Prarthna Prarthna Misra Misra misraprarthna@gmail.co misraprarthna@gmai

WATERPROOF SEALANT

RIGID RIGID FOAM FOAM INSULATION INSULATION

3

No.

L - ANGLE BOLTED CONNECTION

CONCRETE FLOORING

Kobe Kobe Structural Structural Enginee Engin 15928 15928 Ventura Ventura Blvd Blvd suits Encinio, Encinio, CACA 91436 91436 (818) (818) 309-2921 309-2921

SUPPORTING I-BEAM

Second Floor info@kobeengineering.c info@kobeengineerin

WALL TYPE C WALL TYPE D Roof Roof Detail Detail 2 210 10

Floor Floor toto Wall Wall Connection Connection8 8

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

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

7. ALL DOOR AND WINDOW DIMENSIONS TO BE CENTERLINE OF CLEAR OPENING.

Nous Nous Engineering Engineering 600600 Wilshire Wilshire Blvd Blvd suite sui7 LosLos Angeles, Angeles, CACA 90017 900 (213) (213) 627-6687 627-6687 contact@nousengineerin contact@nousengine

A-1.3

8. ALL CASEWORK DIMENSIONS TO FACE OF FINISH.

Wall to Balcony Connection 11 1 1/2" = 1'-0"

ANNOTATION LEGEND

WALL LEGEND 1/4 ALUMINIUM VERT. MULLION ALUMINIUM VERT. MULLION 1/4"

1' 0"

INT INT

EXTEXT

VERTICAL VERTICAL ALUMINIUM ALUMINIUM MULLION MULLION

DOUBLE GLAZED GLASS DOUBLE GLAZED GLASS THERMAL INSULATION THERMAL INSULATION

CUSTOMIZED CUSTOMIZED RUBBER RUBBER WATERPROOF SEALANT WATERPROOF SEALANT

BOLTED MULLION TO RIGID BOLTED MULLION TO RIGID INSULATION CONNECTION INSULATION CONNECTION

WATERPROOF MULLION WATERPROOF MULLION CAPCAP

C CHANNELS 16" O.C. C CHANNELS 16" O.C.

L-PLATE BOLTED TO MULLION L-PLATE BOLTED TO MULLION

ACRYLIC PLASTER ACRYLIC PLASTER

WX26 12 I-BEAM W 26 12XI-BEAM

WATERPROOFING MEMBRANE WATERPROOFING MEMBRANE

BOLTED BOLTED L-PLATE L-PLATE CONNECTION FROM BEAM CONNECTION FROM BEAM TO ALUMINUM MULLION TO ALUMINUM MULLION

Khalifeh Khalifeh & Associates & Associate 13465 13465 Beach Beach AveAve suite suB Marina Marina DelDel Rey, Rey, CACA 9029 (310) (310) 305-1555 305-1555 info@khalifehassociates info@khalifehassocia

Stout Stout Design Design Build Build 12405 12405 Venice Venice Blvd Blvd unitun 3 LosLos Angeles, Angeles, CACA 90066 900 (310) (310) 876-1018 876-1018 team@stoutdesignbuild. team@stoutdesignbu

DOUBLE DOUBLE GLAZED GLAZED GLASS GLASS WATERPROOFING WATERPROOFING MEMBRANE MEMBRANE 1/2" RIGID FOAM INSULATION

ALUMINUM ALUMINUM MULLION MULLION

BayBay CityCity Geology Geology 1423 1423 S Beverly S Beverly Glen Glen Blv LosLos Angeles, Angeles, CACA 90024 900 (310) (310) 429-6681 429-6681 info@baycitygeo.com info@baycitygeo.com

CONCRETE LOAD BEARING CUSTOMIZED CUSTOMIZED RUBBER RUBBER SEALANT SEALANT WALL

WATERPROOF WATERPROOF MULLION MULLION CAPCAP

DOUBLE GLAZED GLASS DOUBLE GLAZED GLASS

BASEMENT

COMPACTED EARTH

No. No.

BASEMENT WATERPROOFING BOLTED BOLTED MULLION MULLION TO CONCRETE TO CONCRETE MEMBRANE FLOOR FLOOR CONNECTION CONNECTION

DeD

2 X 4TAPERED KEYWAY TAPERED RIGID RIGID INSULATION INSULATION

THERMAL THERMAL BREAK BREAK

REBAR

INT INT

EXTEXT

COMPACTED EARTH

Wall Wall toto Glazing Glazing Connection Connection7 7 3" 3" = 1'-0" = 1'-0"

Floor Floor toto Curtain Curtain Wall Wall Connection Connection4 4 1 1/2" 1 1/2" = 1'-0" = 1'-0"

Load Bearing Wall to Ground Foundation Detail Balcony Balcony ToTo Curtain Curtain Wall Wall Connection Connection1 1 1 1/2" = 1'-0"3"10 3" = 1'-0" = 1'-0"

Exteri Exte

AA


DIAGRAMS

Spring 2018 1

3

A-2.2

4

5

6

A

Yuyang Lin rainalin966@gmail.com

B

Prarthna Misra misraprarthna@gmail.com

A1

A1

Derek Yen derekyen1996@gmail.com

A1

12' - 10"

ROOF 33' - 6"

12' - 10"

C

12' - 10"

C A8

A7

A7

A7 12' - 10"

1

12' - 10"

A1

A-2.1

A1

A1

D

10' - 3 1/2"

D

A7

Kobe Structural Engineering 15928 Ventura Blvd suite B Encinio, CA 91436 (818) 309-2921 info@kobeengineering.com

A7

Nous Engineering 600 Wilshire Blvd suite 760 Los Angeles, CA 90017 (213) 627-6687 contact@nousengineering.com

Khalifeh & Associates 13465 Beach Ave suite B Marina Del Rey, CA 90262 (310) 305-1555 info@khalifehassociates.com

E

302

WA-C

WA-C

FAMILY ROOM 307

Bay City Geology 1423 S Beverly Glen Blvd Apmt B Los Angeles, CA 90024 (310) 429-6681 info@baycitygeo.com

LEVEL 3 FLOOR 22' - 0"

WA-C

WA-A

No. 1

1

2

3

A-2.2

4

5

WA-A

LEVEL 3 FLOOR 22' - 0"

Stout Design Build 12405 Venice Blvd unit 352 Los Angeles, CA 90066 (310) 876-1018 team@stoutdesignbuild.com

A7

A1

E

ROOF 33' - 6"

FAMILY ROOM WA-A

11' - 6"

8' - 6"

1

E

Lisa Liang lisaliang95@gmail.com A7

B

A-2.1

D

Anna Bahudian annabahudian@gmail.com

Floor to Ceiling: 8' - 6"

R 8' - 0"

A7

C

1101 S. Robertson Blvd Los Angeles, CA 90035

A

SPRING 2018_AS 3041 - CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS

6' - 11 1/2"

A

B

Description

Date

6

OFFICE

OFFICE

200

202

12' - 0"

2

9' - 6"

1

0015

1 A-2.4

RCP - Basement 1 1/4" = 1'-0" NOTES

63 PHILIPS RECESSED

A1

FIRE SPRINKLER

A7

DOWNLIGHT - RECTANGLE

A2

SMOKE DETECTOR

A8

BELL PENDANT

A3

HUMIDITY SENSOR

A9

RECESSED DOWNLIGHT 6"

A4

TRACK LIGHT

A10

RECESSED DOWNLIGHT 8"

A5

RECESSED LAMP

A6

FLOOR LAMP

A11

ACOUSTIC CEILING TILE- 24x24

A11

6. PROVIDE R-12 EXTERIOR BLANKET FOR HOT WATER HEATER. R – 3 INSULATION SHALL BE PROVIDED FOR THE FIRST 5 FEET OF THE WATER HEATER OUTLET PIPE, ALL WATER HEATING IN SPACE CONDITIONING EQUIPMENT. SHOWERHEADS AND FAUCETS SHALL BE C.E.C CERTIFIED. ALL STEAM AND STEAM CONDENSATION RETURN PIPING SHALL BE INSTALLED PER PLUMBING DIVISION. 7. ALL INSULATION MATERIAL SHALL BE CERTIFIED BY THE MANUFACTURER AS COMPLYING WITH THE CALIFORNIA QUALITY STANDARD FOR INSULATION MATERIALS. DOOR AND WINDOWS/BETWEEN CONDITION AND UNCONDITIONED SPACE SHALL FALL WEATHER STRIPPED. 8. CONTRACTOR TO PROVIDE TEMPORARY POWER POLE AND METER FOR THE DURATION OF THE WORK.

1

1

2

3

A-2.2

4

5

LEVEL 2 FLOOR 10' - 0"

RCP- Basement Floor

4. VERIFY ALL REGISTER AND DIFFUSER LOCATIONS WITH ARCHITECT PRIOR TO INSTALLATION. 5. WATER HEATERS ARE TO BE STRAPPED OR HAVE A RIGID CONNECTION TO AN ADJACENT WALL (SEC. 507.3, UPC)

LEVEL 2 FLOOR 10' - 0"

A-4.1

GALLERY SPACE

WA-A

WA-A

100

10' - 0"

2. ALL DIMENSIONS ARE MEASURED FROM CENTERLINE OF THE FIXTURE. 3. CEILING HEIGHTS, WHERE SHOWN, INDICATE CLEAR FINISHED DIMENSIONS.

7' - 8"

1. DO NOT SCALE FROM DRAWINGS.

6

1101 S. Robertson Blvd Los Angeles, CA 90035 A

WA-E

PARKING LOT

WA-E

WA-F

WA-E

A ℄

8' - 3 3/4"

4' - 0"

9' - 6"

A2

CLOSET 6' - 0"

205

FIRE STAIR

Anna Bahudian annabahudian@gmail.com

A2

A2

A2

A2

A2

A2

A2

6' - 0"

ELEVATOR 207

Derek Yen derekyen1996@gmail.com

A2

A2

C

0' - 11 1/4"

Kobe Structural Engineering 15928 Ventura Blvd suite B Encinio, CA 91436 (818) 309-2921 info@kobeengineering.com

A8 A2

A2

A2

6' - 0"

A7

201

OFFICE 202

A8

9' - 6"

A2

A2

OFFICE

A9

BATHROOM

9' - 6"

A7

1 A8

5' - 10"

A7

1' - 7"

EQ

A2

A2

A2

EQ

EQ

EQ

A-2.1 A7

A3

A3

9' - 6" A2

EQ

A7

206

D

B

Prarthna Misra misraprarthna@gmail.com

A7 A2

A7

A2

C

1

BASEMENT -9' - 6"

Yuyang Lin rainalin966@gmail.com

SPRING 2018_AS 3041 - CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS

9' - 6"

A2

A-2.1

BASEMENT -9' - 6"

Lisa Liang lisaliang95@gmail.com

A2

OFFICE A7

A7

A2

A2

A2

200

A7

A2 A7

A8 A2

B

A2

A7

A8

204

9' - 6"

LEVEL 1 FLOOR 0' - 0"

6' - 9 1/2"

LEVEL 1 FLOOR 0' - 0"

A3

A3

A3

A3

CONFERENCE ROOM

A2

203

A8

Nous Engineering 600 Wilshire Blvd suite 760 Los Angeles, CA 90017 (213) 627-6687 contact@nousengineering.com

7' - 8"

A3

D

9' - 6"

NOTES

Khalifeh & Associates 13465 Beach Ave suite B Marina Del Rey, CA 90262 (310) 305-1555 info@khalifehassociates.com

Stout Design Build 12405 Venice Blvd unit 352

A

B

1. ANY INCONSISTENCIES OR UNFORESEEN Los CONDITIONS TO BE REVIEWED BY THE ARCHITECT PRIOR TO PROCEEDING WITH CONSTRUCTION. Angeles, CA 90066 (310) 876-1018 team@stoutdesignbuild.com

2. ALL DIMENSIONS ARE TOO FACE OF STRUCTURE UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED.

E

3. DO NOT SCALE FROM DRAWINGS. E

Bay City Geology 1423 S Beverly Glen Blvd Apmt B Los Angeles, CA 90024 (310)MAINTAIN 429-6681 AND ALL TEMPORARY info@baycitygeo.com

4. CONTRACTOR SHALL PROVIDE, ERECT, AS REQUIRED BY CITY AND STATE REGULATIONS.

BARRIERS AND GUARDS, AND ALL TEMPORARY SHORING AND BRACING

Description

D

WALL TYPE A

WALL

WALL TYPE B

WINDOW

Date

E

ROOM

DOOR

5. CONTRACTOR SHALL PROVIDE ADEQUATE WEATHER PROTECTION FOR THE BUILDING AND ITS CONTENTS DURING THE COURSE OF THE WORK.

No.

C

WALL TYPE C

WALL TYPE E

WALL TYPE F

WALL TYPE D

6. CONTRACTOR SHALL PROVIDE TEMPORARY SANITARY FACILITIES AS TO LEAST IMPACT NEIGHBORS AND AS DIRECTED BY CITY REGULATIONS.

1

1

2

A-2.2

3

4

5

6

7. ALL DOOR AND WINDOW DIMENSIONS TO BE CENTERLINE OF CLEAR OPENING.

RCP - Level 2

1 OF FINISH. 8. ALL CASEWORK DIMENSIONS FACE 1/4" =TO 1'-0" NOTES

63 PHILIPS RECESSED

A1

FIRE SPRINKLER

A7

DOWNLIGHT - RECTANGLE

A2

SMOKE DETECTOR

A8

BELL PENDANT

A3

HUMIDITY SENSOR

A9

6. Provide R-12 exterior blanket for hot water heater. R – 3 insulation shall be provided for the first 5 feet of the water heater outlet pipe, all water heating in space conditioning equipment. Showerheads and faucets shall be C.E.C certified. All steam and steam condensation return piping shall be installed per plumbing division.

RECESSED DOWNLIGHT 6"

A4

TRACK LIGHT

A10

7. All insulation material shall be certified by the manufacturer as complying with the California quality standard for insulation materials. Door and windows/between condition and unconditioned space shall fall weather stripped.

RECESSED DOWNLIGHT 8"

A5

RECESSED LAMP

A6

FLOOR LAMP

A11

1. Do not scale from drawings. 2. All dimensions are measured from centerline of the fixture. 3. Ceiling heights, where shown, indicate clear finished dimensions. 4. Verify all register and diffuser locations with Architect prior to installation. 5. Water heaters are to be strapped or have a rigid connection to an adjacent wall (Sec. 507.3, UPC)

8. Contractor to provide temporary power pole and meter for the duration of the work.

1

1

2

A-2.2

3

4

5

ACOUSTIC CEILING TILE- 24x24

A11

RCP- Second Floor

An an

Lis lis

A-4.3

Yu rai

Pr mi

6

De de

1101 S. Robertson Blvd Los Angeles, CA 90035

A

A

Ko 15 En (81 inf

Anna Bahudian annabahudian@gmail.com

Yuyang Lin rainalin966@gmail.com

A4 ℄

A8

A4

A7

A3

BEDROOM

A4

FAMILY ROOM

A4

A7

4' - 0 1/2"

A4

A8

-0 0' R

B

11' - 6"

A4

A3

A7

A7 A5

BATHROOM 304

A9

C

C WASH ROOM

BEDROOM

309

308

11' - 6" A7

11' - 6" A7

A11

FAMILY ROOM 307

A8 A7

11' - 6" A3

1

A11

A-2.1

A11

A8

0'

BEDROOM

1

305

A-2.1

11' - 6" A9

-0

A9

A8

R

310 11' - 6"

5/ 32 "

A7

Room

D

11' - 6"

A3

A5 A7

BATHROOM

D

306 11' - 6"

Kobe Structural Engineering 15928 Ventura Blvd suite B Encinio, CA 91436 (818) 309-2921 info@kobeengineering.com

Nous Engineering 600 Wilshire Blvd suite 760 Los Angeles, CA 90017 (213) 627-6687 contact@nousengineering.com

Khalifeh & Associates 13465 Beach Ave suite B Marina Del Rey, CA 90262 (310) 305-1555 info@khalifehassociates.com

Stout Design Build 12405 Venice Blvd unit 352 Los Angeles, CA 90066 (310) 876-1018 team@stoutdesignbuild.com

E

E

Bay City Geology 1423 S Beverly Glen Blvd Apmt B Los Angeles, CA 90024 (310) 429-6681 info@baycitygeo.com

No. 1

2

1 A-2.2

3

4

5

Description

St 12 Lo (31 tea

Ba 14 Lo (31 inf

N

Date

6

RCP - Third Floor 1 1/4" = 1'-0" NOTES

63 PHILIPS RECESSED

A1

FIRE SPRINKLER

A7

DOWNLIGHT - RECTANGLE

A2

SMOKE DETECTOR

A8

BELL PENDANT

A3

HUMIDITY SENSOR

A9

RECESSED DOWNLIGHT 6"

A4

TRACK LIGHT

A10

7. All insulation material shall be certified by the manufacturer as complying with the California quality standard for insulation materials. Door and windows/between condition and unconditioned space shall fall weather stripped.

RECESSED DOWNLIGHT 8"

A5

8. Contractor to provide temporary power pole and meter for the duration of the work.

RECESSED LAMP

A6

FLOOR LAMP

A11

1. Do not scale from drawings. 2. All dimensions are measured from centerline of the fixture. 3. Ceiling heights, where shown, indicate clear finished dimensions. 4. Verify all register and diffuser locations with Architect prior to installation. 5. Water heaters are to be strapped or have a rigid connection to an adjacent wall (Sec. 507.3, UPC) 6. Provide R-12 exterior blanket for hot water heater. R – 3 insulation shall be provided for the first 5 feet of the water heater outlet pipe, all water heating in space conditioning equipment. Showerheads and faucets shall be C.E.C certified. All steam and steam condensation return piping shall be installed per plumbing division.

ACOUSTIC CEILING TILE- 24x24

A11

RCP- Third Floor

A-4.4

No 60 Lo (21 co

Kh 13 Ma (31 inf

Derek Yen derekyen1996@gmail.com

R

302

A8

A11

-0

A8

311

0'

A7

ELEVATOR

5/ 32 "

Refrigerator

11' - 6"

300

5/ 32 "

303

FIRE STAIR

B

3D Detail -2 2

Prarthna Misra misraprarthna@gmail.com

SPRING 2018_AS 3041 - CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS

4' - 5"

Lisa Liang lisaliang95@gmail.com

A7

3D Detail -3 3

3D Detail-1 1


0016

Fall 2016

Manhattan, New York

Tectonics

Reinforced concrete shear wall

Y-16 Deformed steel bar

The incentive of this project was to focus predominantly on the curtainwall particularly on its forms of articulation and modes of assembly. The curtain wall can be broadly defined as the nonleadbearing building envelope that typically hands like a curtain from a structural frame. As a group, we were asked to analyze, take apart and document the anatomy and tectonics of a chosen precedent in order to formulate a series of hypotheses in a number of interrelated tectonic conjectures. Analysis and documentation was followed by a speculative exerciese on how to modify one element or subsystem so as to adapt to a slightly altered design scenario constrained by a newly imposed performance criteria given by the instructors.

Aluminium Glass framing

Rubberized window sealant Laminated low e-coating glass

Steel Megapanel

Aluminium Extruded windowframe

Insulating glass Low-E coating

Reinforced concrete shear wall

Y-16 Deformed steel bar

GFRC Panel

Axonometric Chunk

In collaboration with: Ravyn Crabtree Ziad Saadi Raul Alfaro

10ft

10ft

10ft 5ft

Aluminium framing

5ft 5ft

MegaPanel Cassette composition

Steel Megapanel

Aluminium Extruded windowframe

Insulating glass Low-E coating

Insulating glass Low-E coating

GFRC Panel

Reinforced concrete shear wall Steel curtain wall anchor

Y-16 Deformed steel bar Extruded horizontal aluminium mullion

5ft

Sequential Elevation of Curvature 2.5ft

2.5ft 5ft

2.5ft 5ft

Rotation axis of windows

Aluminium Glass framing

Rubberized window sealant Laminated low e-coating glass

Reinforced concrete shear wall

Elevation of Curvature

Y-16 Deformed steel bar

New York, New York , Januar

SUN PATH DIAGRAM-- New York, New York , January 15th, 12pm

10ft

New York, New York , Janua 10ft

10ft 5ft

Aluminium framing

5ft 5ft

MegaPanel Cassette composition

Insulating glass Low-E coating

New York, New York , January 15th, 9AM

New York, New York , June 15th, 9AM

Steel curtain wall anchor

Extruded horizontal aluminium mullion SUN PATH DIAGRAM-- New York, New York , January 15th, 12pm

New York, New York , January 15th, 6PM

New York, New York , June 15th, 12PM

5ft

2.5ft

2.5ft 5ft

2.5ft 5ft


Fall 2016

Manhattan, New York

0017 N 330

Sun-Path Diagram (Winter) - February 2nd, 12:00 PM

30

Sun-Path Diagram (Summer) - July 30th, 12:00 PM

300

60

N E

W

120

240

210

W

240

150 S

Sun-Path Diagram (Summer) - Latitude : 40.7830 July 30 6:00 AM, ALT = 11.50, AZM = 75.61

Su

N 330

30

300

300

60

E W

E

120

240

210

W

240

150 S

Sun-Path Diagram (Summer) - Latitude : 40.7830 July 30 2:00 PM, ALT = 56.14, AZM = 237.11

S

Sun Path Studies N

N 330

330

30

300

60

E

210

60

210

150

60

E

W

120

240

30

300

E

W

120

240

N 330

30

120

240

150

210

150

S

S

S

Sun-Path Diagram (Summer) - Latitude : 40.7830 July 30 6:00 AM, ALT = 11.50, AZM = 75.61

Sun-Path Diagram (Summer) - Latitude : 40.7830 July 30 9:00 AM, ALT = 45.17, AZM = 106.22

Sun-Path Diagram (Summer) - Latitude : 40.7830 July 30 12:00 PM, ALT = 67.49, AZM = 178.80

N

N

N 330

330

30

300

60

300

60

330

30

30

60

300

E W

E

120

240

210

150

E

W

120

240

210

150

E

W

120

240

210

150

S

S

S

Sun-Path Diagram (Summer) - Latitude : 40.7830 July 30 2:00 PM, ALT = 56.14, AZM = 237.11

Sun-Path Diagram (Summer) - Latitude : 40.7830 July 30 4:00 PM, ALT = 34.70, AZM = 264.58

Sun-Path Diagram (Summer) - Latitude : 40.7830 July 30 7:00 PM, ALT = 1.36, AZM = 293.09

Su


0018

Fall 2016

Manhattan, New York Reinforced concrete shear wall

GFRC Panel

Axonometric Chunk

Steel Megapanel

Aluminium Extruded windowframe

Insulating glass Low-E coating

GFRC Panel

Sequential Elevation of Curvature

Elevation of Curvature


Fall 2016

Manhattan, New York

2. Structural Megapanel cassette 3. Extruded glazed aluminium window frame casing. 4. Versatile Steeel Pin Joint 5. GFRC Panel 6. Megapanel Structural Attachment 7. Coj 1 2 3 4 5

6 7

Plan Detail of Connection

Steel Megapanel

Pin Joint

Versatile rotating joint

Plan Detail of Connection

Section Detail of Connection

Section Detail of Pin joint connections

Assembly of Pin Joint

Steel Megapanel

Steel Bolts Pin joint connection Versatile rotating joint

Connection of Pin joint to Steel Megapanel

Connection of Pin joint to GFRC Cassette

Axonometric Section

0019


0020

Spring 2017

Oakland, CA


Spring 2017

Oakland, CA

Design Studio

0021


0022


0023

Strange Familiarities DS 3A STUDIO with Herwig Baumgartner Library in Oakland, CA Partner: Andrew Han The objective of this course was to produce a rich variation of obejcts that are strangely familiar and later is used as a basis for the design of the building. The strangely familiar suggest something that is known or recognizable yet detached from its usual associations, evoking Viktor Shklovsky’s description of how to “transfom an object into a fact of art.” The design exercise was divided into four parts: Familiar objects, Strange Relations, Transformation, & Aperatures. These three exercises are designed to build upon on another and to produce a clear design methadology and workflow that can be brought onto the site as the basis for the building design.


0024

Spring 2017

Oakland, CA

MASSING STRATEGY

Iteration_1: A relationship between primitives was established by relating the common geometry and nesting them within one another.

Iteration_2: Using the primitive geometry, the volumes were extended to use the entirety of the site as well as to meet the ground.

Iteration_3: In an attempt to break up the relentless language of the massing, a new massing was introduced to createa new relationship and create new relationships.

Programmatic Organization The general massing of the building consists of one central mass with cantalevering pieces surrounding and intersecting the centerpiece. This allows a public central into the Earth creating a very open and public space beneath the cantalevers. Spaces next couple levels of the building come the cantalevers and the centerpiece. The cantalevers becomes spaces that branch out from the central bookstacks, becoming but still accessable to the central bookstacks. The top canatalevers become garden

Iteration_4: The masses are joined together and then broken apart to signify the part to whole relationship in order to make a more coherent massing.

Program Book Stacks Reading Rooms Service Offices Exhibition Auditorium Lobby Cafe Garden Core

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Iteration_5: Relationships to the other massing are resolved and the massing is lifted off the ground to suggest a more indifferent relationship to the site.

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Sun-Path Diagram - Latitude: 37.62 September 15 8:00, ALT = 24.24, AZM = 106.39

Sun-Path Diagram - Latitude: 37.62 September 15 12:00, ALT = 54.96, AZM = 178.05

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Sun-Path Diagram - Latitude: 37.62 September 15 16:00, ALT = 25.85, AZM = 251.89

Sun-Path Diagram - Latitude: 37.62 September 15 18:00, ALT = 2.41, AZM = 271.33

SITE SHADING Ground shading provided by a relationship between volumes and roof surface.

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is very open and public, there are two main entries into the building. One through is very open and is public, there are two main entries into the building. One is through The other main entrance is through the front doors located in the central void caving

The other main entrance is through the front doors located in the central void caving

located adjacent to the building’s canyons allowing a dynamic view when circulating.

located adjacent to the building’s canyons allowing a dynamic view when circulating.

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ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEMS HOT AIR EXHAUST

HOT AIR EXHAUST

CONTROLLED NATURAL DAYLIGHT

HOT AIR EXHAUST

COOL AIR INTAKE

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COOL AIR INTAKE

CLASSROOMS

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DS 4A STUDIO with Darin Johnstone Housing | 1310 Cesar E Chavez Ave, Boyle Heights The final studio in the core sequence introduces students to independent thinking and integrative design through an open yet defined framework. The pedagogy is based on sulminating all previous core studios by charging the students with constructing a disciplinary position and formal agenda as it relates to advanced notions of Precedent, Tectonics, Aesthetics, & Composition. Four fold is intended as an underlay for students to think about and produce a multi-dimensional architectural proposal. Our semester was structured as a series of assignments tailored to address a different aspects of designing a home in Boyle Heights. The main goal was to design a duplex while considering the site, context, region, socio-political climate, zoning, restrictions, & economy.


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Fragmentation of Reality.

Boyle Heights, Los Angeles

House lll Peter Eisenman Peter Eisenman’s project, House lll, was the third of his investigatory house projects that aimed to search for a different kind of form-meaning in architecture. Formally, its main concept was developed in the axonometric view, which is what I’ve come to believe is the most important part of this project. The space of this house was intended on making the owner feel like he is an “intruder” who is attempting to regain possession of the space, which is stolen by the architectural structure. It’s a maze. An activity for the owner, thus making it totally un-liveable. The experience lacks tradition and triggers a deep sense of exclusion. In the process of re-modeling this project digitally, I began to feel enchanted by the house in its top view, mainly in part to the shadows that were produced by the cross grid. It is important to note that, with the shadows, there are now three grid directions. Without the shadows, the most important part of the plans are the two cubes- one orthogonal and the second, rotated 45 degrees.


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Boyle Heights, Los Angeles

Photogram László Moholy-Nagy PRODUCTION-REPRODUCTION | The figures became apparent when the shadows were rendered. In an effort to code them, I then segregated and grouped the figures to add order and hierarchy. When the figures were isolated, I couldn’t help but consider Moholy-Nagy’s photograms, in which he performs his signature style. Moholy’s formula is “Production-Reproduction”, in which he experiments with several different media technologies such as the photogram, the photograph, and the phonograph. With his photograms in mind, I chose to create a similar form of spacial articulation with a xerox machine as the apparatus. The compositions formed no longer have to do with the record of an existing space structure as the xerox produces space without it, but by articulating the figures’ contrasts and their gradations.

In stealing fragments of Eisenman’s House lll and by xerox-ing the same fragments over and over in different compositions, House lll becomes surreal. From the very first re-composition, a space has opened for doubling, infinite replication, and the dissemination of the copy. What is the difference between a copy of the signature and an actual signature? While a sumulacrum of House lll exists within the hundreds of xerox studies I’ve done, they begin to lose identification, and create a new authenticity, shifting the focus away from Eisenman, the signature. The space has changed and the edges and shadows of House lll simply become part of a montage of a new authorship.

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Reproduction.

Form follows reproduction. In Figure 1, Peter Eisenman’s House III is shown as a floor plan. His intentions for crossing two grids is clear by the rotation of the axis in the second volume. Figure 2 is depicting a figure-ground of the plan in the exact same plan view, but it now includes shadows. Figure 3 shows how the fragments are divided into categories. Since the fragments have been abstracted and detached from the signature whole, it is authentic and has the freedom to form into a different morpholoy and create its own trajectory. Individually, they could be considered as scalar reductions of the whole. Figure 4 is one example of a a possible composition that can be arranged with these fragments. In the xerox matrix to the right, the gradations and contrast can be interpreted in several different ways. Is it foreground or background? Is it a space or a line? Could the solid and transparent figures represent density? House iii rendered with shadows

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Floor Plan: Third Floor House iii, Peter Eisenman

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Shadows grouped by color. Pull out indicated different figures depicted.

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Parking in the front of the lot. Building placed in the center of the site.

Parking in the front of the lot, under the building’s cantilever. Building mirrored and located on the center of the site.

+ Pros Immediate street access Facade facing east shaded

+ Pros Immediate street access Facade facing west shaded

+ Pros Generous backyard space Easy parking access

-Cons Not using up enough of the footprint

-Cons No backyard space

-Cons No front yard space

This program configuration works the best for a duplex. It leaves room in both the front and back of the mass for green space.

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Parking in the front of the lot. Building moved forward onto the property, towards the street.

Building pushed back on site. Parking pushed closer to the front of the property.

+ Pros Easy parking access Large front yard space

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S The sun path diagrams shown are made to juxtapose between the direction of the shadows during the summer and winter solstice. This study impacts the positioning of the massing, as well as the materials of the facade as it would be ideal for certain programs on the property to have direct sunlight throughout a majority of the day. Throughout the winter, the altitude of the of the sun is much lower than it is in the summer. Parti A. is preferable to B. To avoid direct sunlight becoming brutal in the summer, fritting will be an enhancement.


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A. 1 : Aluminum Paneling System A.2 : Fritting System A.3 : Cast Concrete System

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The Grid

DS 3A STUDIO with Maxi Spina Tower | Mexico City, Mexico The main investigation of this course was to examine the particular impact of the building envelope and its material and geometrical determinations on site and as a tall building form, and the capacity to use transformation as a methodological tool. Beginning with a precedent to study, our studies were furthered into both formal and structural studies. The design of the facade was in consideration of different environmental problems, as well as an attempt to create a tension between the different levels of relief throughout. The nature of the cassette automaticall creates a tesselation as well as implied depth.


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Facade Unroll

This diagram reveals the different scalar shifts of a module and how it is multiplied at the larger scale of the skyscraper facade. When seen at a larger scale, the local changes in depth are able to reveal larger massing moves that effect the geometry of the facade.

The facade of our building investigates the panelization of one unit at different scales. A unit is derived locally from our original pattern which is based on the shadow study of our facade, and then applied at different scales to the massing depending on the extruded depth of the geometry.

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Open/Closed The envelope features ‘open’ areas which are the transparent fritted glass windows which are extruded at three different depths. The ‘closed’ area is a flattened opaque layer that the glass windows extrude out from. This layer is consistent throughout the facade.

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VERTICAL STUDIO with DEVYN WEISER X, Y, Z | Manhattan, New York The studio speculated on the spatial and formal syntax between parts of James Stirling’s projects. The project analyzed, the Braun Factory in Melsungen, Germany, inspired me to speculate on future organizations and developing new coherences among parts that are neither dialectical nor differential. While retaining a level of disciplinary specificty and legibility, the contingent model harnesses the discrepancy between digital and physical process. The initial approach explored alternative ways of viewing Stirling’s original parts and redefining the rules of his game. A conceptual diagram of the Braun Factory is a ring road bisected by a long concrete wall with administrative and production facilities on either end. The content of this semester represents the evolution of the project through the stages of cataloguing, morphological diagrams, close reading, and ultimately, reintroducing the compositions unto the physical world.


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The sets of matrices each reasearch a different view (orthographic, planometric, edge isonometric, elevation). Through these views and hatching techniques, I began to explore the spatial and formal syntax between the parts. What was important to my analysis is that each view, while the same, in the computer, takes on very different characteristics reading left to right, thin to thick, line to volume. The sets I was most interest in is where the plan reads as an elevation. This rotated view begins the next phase of my project, which replaces the XYZ towers on 6th Avenue in New York City, which I chose to reimagine because they are the generic that have evolved out of modernism. Looking more specifically at the project, each of the three towers, while independent, are joined. Like the XYZ towers, this project takes on the multiples and replaces the generic with the new kind of generic. This initial research of the planometric view then became reimagined as an elevational view, and that allowed for an exploration for a different type of vertical succession. We normally think of the vertical sequence as a stacked plan, but now the outline becomes a vertical wrapper with multiple outlines and wrappers infilled. The subtle gradations of the linework and hatches begin to suggest spatial articulation that begin to be revisioned as architectural elements, material changes, or programmatic guides. Each of these buildings sits on a continuous plinth that covers three blocks. At the ground is a new set of mansions, and aboce are offices and mixed-use program. At the plaza level, you can see the elevated surface that becomes occupiable, and above the plaza is the tower itself. Beyond the technique, I am interested in bringing another reading to the ground in New York by reprogramming the plaza level. Typically, you would imagine the tower to be completely uniform from top to bottom, but now, there’s a tripartite scheme that has separated the types of programs.


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Intertwine PROJECT DESCRIPTION The objective of this Design Seminar was to test complex weaving methods through grasshopper with the intention of building the models physically. Color was a strong focus as we tested different cominations of CMYK and manually painted gradients,

PROCESS We began by writing the code for the vertical and horizontal elements that are intersecting. We had control over how much of a twist each component had. Following the grasshopper work was a series of manual work including cutting the perforated sheets, painting the gradient colors onto both sides of each strip, and weaving the whole project together. SUMMER TRANSFER STUDIO DESIGN SEMINAR SUMMER 2015 HEATHER FLOOD

Elevation: From straight ahead, the model is most porous at the center.

Isometric: When moving around the model, due to the gradual rotation and bend of each individual strip, the porousity becomes perspective-based.


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Caustics PROJECT DESCRIPTION The objective of this Digital Design Course was to focus on introducing us to semi-advanced notions of geometric projection through parametric modes of representation. The class as a whole worked with the optical phenomenon of caustics. In optics, a caustic or caustic network is the envelope of light rays reflected or refracted by a curved surface or object, or the projection of that envelope of rays on another surface. The caustic is a curve or surface to which each of the light rays is tangent, defining a boundary of an envelope of rays as a curve of concentrated light.

PROCESS I began by creating a series of interpolated profiles based on iconic shapes. These shapes were then analysed through a set of vectors (normals, tangents, reflections, etc.) in order to produce a caustic network. Next, we were to create a Grasshopper definition that applies those geometric principles towards the production of a field of extensive and intensive lines (as in hundreds of thousands of them).

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Profile for Annabah

Anna Bahudian Portfolio 2019  

Bachelor of Architecture (2015-2019)

Anna Bahudian Portfolio 2019  

Bachelor of Architecture (2015-2019)

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