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Xinzhuo(Annie) An | Portfolio Selected works of Landscape Architecture


Prologue Engraving is a method of drawing in fine arts. Painters usually engrave the graphics firstly and then transfer it into a drawing. To me, landscape design is as a process of engraving in communities. I believe the most inspiring philosophy in my experience is enriching the cultural meaning of landscape architecture through more delicate design. Identity of space is always the main goal in my design. I suppose it is always crucial to put design in a subtle and continuous world with hidden memory and factors. To embed the identity into design is not only creating the form but also to engrave a catalyst into a social life so that the space provided will be engraved. To think about what cultural and social factors have influenced me and help me recognize more about what is the most required in civic society. And this engraving process in design is the key philosophy.


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Professional Work

Competition Work

Academic Work

Roof Garden

Unfold

Retrospect & Prospect

Campus Space South San Francisco, CA

Inspirational Hostel Los Angeles, CA

Streetscape & Open Space Capitol Hill, Seattle

Connector Building

The Wave

Eco-cell Park

Campus Space South San Francisco, CA

Bench Design Canada

Riverbank Minneapolis, Minnesota

Scandinavian Design

Estee Lauder Installation & Retail

Drafting

Civic Space San Jose, CA

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4256 El Camino Hotel Hospitality Palo Alto, CA

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Campus Audit Inventory/Research Palo Alto, CA

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Construction Drawings DD/CD set Various Locations, CA

Product Design

Design of Fire Station Seattle, Washington


PROFESSIONAL WORK 2015-2018

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Award Application Renderings: Credit: MPA Design

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Roof garden was my first completed project that I started it from the kick-off meeting till the post construction. The concept is trying to create a green “lunch space� with different layers of plants under limit of budget. The biggest challenge for this project is that we need to make sure the weight of the planters is under the limit since below the roof there is a basketball court while fulfill the required size of green space. By cooperating with manufacture for customized planters, I accumulated professional experiences in all these communications. In the procedure of the whole project, I sketched for the beginning schematic design phase with help from my supervisor and after couple times of coordinations we changed our design with same concept due to the limit of budget and supportive strain. I created DD set, CD set and submittal responses in AutoCAD and participated the punch list in the post construction phase. PHASES BEEN INVOLVED KICK-OFF MEETING SD DD CD CA RECORD DRAWING AWARD APPLICATION 3


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CONNECTOR BUILDING Plaza Design South San Francisco The scope of work for this project is to create a new plaza in the campus around the new building. The concept is about creating a plane that the new building could sit on while providing diverse planting pallet to reflect the identity of the campus. Since the site is located in the South San Francisco which owns the most barren conditions of soil and windy spots, the planting design is challenging and options of plants are limited. Instead of giving too many distractions from the building, we proposed a simple,solid and classic plaza design with different paving patterns separating the spaces. PHASES BEEN INVOLVED KICK-OFF MEETING SD DD CD CA

Rendering Credit: Jing Bu

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MPA DESIGN The time line of this project is more than two years and we have a weekly coordination meetings for almost a year. There are a lot of new skills I have learnt through this project, the first challenge for me is to give the presentation for both DRB board and City of South San Francisco. From this project I have earned comprehensive and professional experience which helps a lot in my following work. Also in this project I have worked from the beginning to the CD phase. GENENTECH B40

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SCHEMATIC SKETCHES

SCANDINAVIAN DESIGN Plaza Design San Jose 7

DRB SET

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CD DRAWINGS

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4256 EL CAMINO HOTEL Courtyard Design Palo Alto

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PHASES BEEN INVOLVED KICK-OFF MEETING SD I have been mainly working on the DRB set of this project with this “stream� concept in the schematic design phase. I was in charge of creating color rendering plan, planting plan and tree protection plan. During the procedure I was able to participate all the coordinations meeting, discuss with different groups including the clients.

PHASES BEEN INVOLVED KICK-OFF MEETING SD DD CD For some renovation projects I have been involved from the beginning DRB review to the end of construction. I am usually in charge of creating drawings and coordinating with all the consultants.

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CAMPUS AUDIT Inventory/Research Palo Alto 11

Beside design work for landscape, I also have experience for inventory document of campus study. This type of work includes researches on the site, setting up the categories of main features and organizing what needs to be summarized in the document. Since every project is quite different, we always have to start from the beginning and observe everything while propose new solutions by the end. The experience I have earned could also be utilized in the following design work. For this project our mission is to create a whole campus inventory document for Stanford. I have been involved from the beginning kick-off meeting to the on-site research to the document creation.


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CONSTRUCTION DRAWINGS Various CA In my previous working experience my primary content of work is creating construction drawings and responding to submittals during the construction phase. The types of projects are various that includes campus projects like parking lot renovation, planting design of hillside and pedestrian sidewalk renovation, civic projects like plaza design, hospitality landscape design and also couple private project like family cemetery. The scale of the projects are various that I usually work from the beginning of the project (SD phase) till the post construction phase(punch list) when the time line is not too long. I am proficient in AutoCAD program and have put a lot of effort into these work. Beside, I have accumulated my communication skills during all the accompanying coordination meetings. PHASES BEEN INVOLVED KICK-OFF MEETING SD DD CD CA RECORD DRAWING 13


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COMPETITION WORK 2016-2017

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UNFOLD

and activists have been advocating for the restoration of its habitat and wildlife, hoping for the revitalization of the river life and recreation. A thorough transformation would come at a price, and will it be another reckless dictation of the river’s future?

Inspirational Hostel (Group of 2)

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Los Angeles Deemed solely as a flood channel, the LA River is negligible to many Angelenos, regardless of its frequent appearance in popular culture and its past. Running nearly 77 km but mostly inaccessible, the River has not been given a proper opportunity to reveal itself beyond its function and its humanfabricated concrete shell.

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room of silence x 2 group room x 2 library x 2 private indoor gallery living room visual arts studios x 6 meditation studios x 6 performance arts studios x 6 music studios x 6 lobby / gallery entrance private ramp to underground public gallery

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Courtyard observe attempts to accept and appreciate the space brought by concrete channelization. Broad and flat like aircraft runways, the concrete bottom of the river offers a unique apocalypse emptiness for artists to roam, think, and observe. Platforms of varying heights are erected to exhibit artworks, even under flooding situations. They also amplify the changing water levels and are simply elegant to watch on an extremely rainy day.

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Courtyard stray reveals the original river bottom, which still could be seen along part of the LA River. Rather than repopulating the space with the natural riparian landscape setting, the courtyard is curated like a theme park labyrinth, with concrete walls and native plants blocking your ways. The meandering walking experience is a great way of meditating. In a way, the courtyard tries to examine similar subjects like cyborg and synthetic humans: how natural is nature?

Courtyard immerse is an exact reconstruction of the LA River riparian habitat. Situated in the center of the project, the courtyard is the Garden of Eden. Surrounded by many collective programs of the hostel, it is meant to be shared and immersed by all guests and visitors. Ironically, the very original nature has to be recreated in the “nature� - the one that every single one of us is in our entire life.

Courtyard liberate is a choreographed imitation of the current trends in the architectural field when dealing with flooding, sea level rise, and post-industrial sites, and these trends are also reflected in numerous competitions regarding the LA River revitalization. These ideas of terraced planting areas and post-industrial fusion provide as much usefulness as playfulness, and many of them would fail. Regardless, it is a great place to dance, act, and perform.

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Courtyard permeate is a floated and layered space. What Bladerunner illustrates about the future of LA could become true one day: what would the River be looking like? Filtered and contained by a layer of material, music generated in this space might distort and inspire something new. Structured by high performance glass and steel, the floated space could become an exciting outdoor music performance venue for visitors roaming around the ground level open galleries. 18


THE WAVE (Group of 2) Materials, Units & Fabrication Materials (C$3,240) x9 20 ft

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Stainless Steel Tubing 1-1/2” OD x .065” wall x 1.370” ID, painted white C$3,200 (incl. paint) 12”

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e Wave questions the common constructivity and aesthetics of a public bench by blurring the boundary between frames and seats. e structure and seating surface are almost entirely created by a series of steel tubes, simplifying both the construction processes and the visual style. By bending the tubes at strategic locations and heights, a diversity of spatial qualities are invented, generating spaces for a variety of users, scenarios, and interactions. Plywood surfaces are added at critical locations, becoming tabletops, stools and seats while significantly reducing the weight and budget. Six basic units are designed to establish a system, which can be composed and constructed easily. e system will also allow the Wave to be redesigned and built at additional locations by simply recomposing and rearranging different units, creating new but familiar user experience.

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Stainless Steel Bracket C$160

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‚e final layout of this particular Wave system takes account of the lengths of the commercially available steel tubes, reducing the cutting and bending while preserving the spatial diversity. All longitudinal tubes are securely connected to the 4-ft long structural bracings through cross tube connectors to achieve structural stability. ‚e Wave establishes a new form of public bench that can effortlessly blend into the streetscape, resembling a continuous landform from one angle but visually disappearing from another. ‚e soft form of the Wave invites pedestrians and visitors from all directions, but simultaneously its structural thinness protects the existing view along Broadway / Trans-Canada Hwy. ‚e durability and load capacity of steel tubing ensures not only the safety of the crowd during the Festival, but also the subsequent long-term reuse at other locations.

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THE MAKING OF “THE NIGHT” basic unit

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e new Estee Lauder experience celebrates the Advanced Night Repair serum by reinventing “the Night” in-store. A simple, yet sophisticate lighting system composed of LED light spheres and supporting cables / rods resembles the starry night and illuminates the stores with programmable colors and patterns. As a scalable lighting matrix, “the Night” can be installed for various store settings and delivers an immersive shopping experience. When installed over the ceiling, “the Night” deploys retractable light spheres that detect and interact with customers’ movement. 21


Brand-owned boutiques will feature a floor-toceiling space dedicated to the Advanced Night Repair serum. Installed over the ceiling with retractable cables, the light spheres can detect and respond to customers’ movement and guide them into the space. “The Night” will become the focal point of the boutiques and deliver threedimensional sensorial experience to customers. The lighting matrix and full-size floor display also offer opportunities to exhibit product information and commercials. Department stores and perfumeries will feature smaller versions of “the Night”. The adequate height allows customers to touch, experience, and approach the product from multiple directions. The museum-like setting emphasizes the precious nightly moments and the premium quality of the serum. “The Night” can be easily customized to fit different store sizes and shapes while maintaining the same visual and sensorial impact.

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The interactive display, the floor display and the light spheres all work consistently to deliver an immersive experience for customers. When customers approach and interact with the serum sample and the interactive display, the floor display and the light spheres will illuminate and reflect relevant imagery and patterns of each step, abstractly yet effectively providing a sense of context. Both the floor display and the lighting matrix offer the greatest flexibility and countless possibilities of how the product can be presented.

As customers enter “the Night” and approach the interactive display, their digital experience begins. The display can provide exhaustive information about the Advanced Night Repair and other products, guide customers through a virtual skincare experience, and call for store staff when needed. At the same time, the floor display and the light spheres will be presenting relevant information and ambient light that corresponds customers’ digital journey. 23


ACADEMIC WORK 2013-2015

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RETROSPECT & PROSPECT Design for Pike & Pine in Capitol Hill Capitol Hill is an active, commercial and blooming neighborhood in Seattle. With an increasing number of new constructions, Capitol Hill has already become the most popular site in Seattle. It is popularized by the night entertainment and commercial sites. There is a lightrail construction and street car proposal which will be done in 10 years. Based on the coming change in the neighborhood, there should set up more available, interesting spaces for more people to come and stay.

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Future

Design for Pike & Pine St in Capitol Hill

Year Diagram

This design is about creating street prototypes and open spaces with historical meanings for community activities. Based on the study of history of “AutoRow”, the design is inspired by the fabric and materials from the streets and buildings. The proposal tries to create more incentives for pedestrians to walk, ramble or linger. With different inspirations from autos and features of historical buildings, the proposed street and open spaces will be built upon the identity of Capitol Hill.

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The inspiring thing in the neighborhood is on the Pike & Pine streets, there exists more than 30 old buildings which are all on the conservation list of Seattle. The facade has been kept to reserve the identity of the site. The streets were used as “AutoRow” at Golden Age and has a long history related with auto and commercial business.

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Proposal of Streetscape & Open Spaces This design includes three parts which are the street design, two open spaces and alley space. For the street design, the concept is about breaking the flowing motion of walking by adding incentives for people to stop, linger and recall the memory of former “Auto Row”. The concept advances the idea of “from wheels to feet”. The proposed streetscape will expand the width of sidewalk and add the two side bike lanes. There would be more space for people to walk, linger, ramble and stay on the pedestrians by replacing the original street parking space. In the new proposal, the plants will provide more canopy for residents to have a more healthy environment. Through the design of small scale street furniture and prototypes, the street will become more welcoming ,friendly, and walkable, and the rhythm of walking will be more interesting and attractive. The design of furniture and paving is inspired by the materials on site and from history, recalling the memory of “Auto Row” to embed its identity in Capitol Hill.

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Fold-able Bench

The design uses the paving material on the pedestrian and wood to create the sitting area. The design is using curve into the design of the bench to make it look more creative and fresh. It may make people stop and stay on the street.

The design is trying to make the street furniture more flexible and interesting. The bench would be foldable and movable on the rail track in the furniture area of pedestrian. During the nights, the lighting would make the street life more safe and cozy.

Bike Lane Design

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Bump Design

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Beside providing bike lane in the street design, for the propose of emphasizing the identity of site, on the both sides of bike lane, separation line is created with old streetcar rail track embedding into the porous paving.

On the pedestrian, there would be some specific sites with decoration on paving to illustrate the history on this former “Auto Row”. The design may also use medal to create the tire track signet on the paving to memory the stories happened on the street.

In the bump design, the proposed idea is to use the elements of autotires to create the bump. The part of tire would be th decoration on the bump. Each design in the proposal plan is trying to recall the identity of “auto” in the neighborhood.

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Furniture Design In the open space I, the first furniture design is the sitting bench and bike rack design. Using the tires of bikes and vehicles to create the sitting area while providing more bike racks for bicycle riders to encourage more people to ride here. The other furniture design is the movable bench. The movable bench is using the idea of making the street and open space more flexible and lively, recalling the history of “Auto Row” to provide the space more fun to stay. During the nights, the bench would also provide the lighting to make the atmosphere more comfortable.

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Open Space I Design This open space includes general design, detail design and ecological thinking. The proposal aims to give residents more space to stay and rest. It may well separate the parking and walking space. On the edge of the space, there will be structures holding the screens for lighting installations. These would work for the night life mainly. For the ecological benefits, raingardens would restore the stormwater from parking space and streets. This design will give a more healthy environment for both days and nights. The movable structure and flowing curve of benches will give a more lively space.

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The idea of movable shelter comes from the history of autos. The open space II is closed to the street of bars. The night life is abundant here and people come here for the entertainment and rest for relaxing. This shelter is movable in the space with wheels at the bottom. To realize the goal of “from wheels to feet”, the design would recall the history of autos while providing alternative structure to welcome visitors. The materials used for it would come from the fabric found from the site. It may help to recall the history.

Beside the design for furniture and open spaces, the proposal will also include stormwater management. Each space design will include raingarden as an element to restore the overwhelming water from top of buildings and streets to increase the ecological benefits of the site.

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ECO-CELL WATERFRONT PARK Begins Here

Design for Waterfront of Mississippi River This case aims to deal with the riverside issues with a more resilient answer. As the response to the problem of excess stormwater in summer time and pollution contributed to Mississippi River, a new ecocorridor is introduced here to relink the parkway with the abandoned area. The goal for this case is to combine the concept of ecosystem, community needs and education together to meet more needs of the city. The project is trying to rekindle the potential function as a recreational park for neighboring community.

Coon Rapids Dam

Bacteria Concentrations are Too High

Upper and Lower St. Anthony Falls Locks and Dams

Sediments Levels in this reach of river frequently exceed the state standard of 32 parts per million

Overwhelming Fishing Lock and Dam #1 (Ford Dam)

The metropolitan portion of the Mississippi river sends too much phosphorus. Nitrate Concentration increased 47%

River Flow increased by 25% due to the loss of native prairies, forests and wetlands

Upper Mississippi River St. Croix River Minnesota River

Reduction of fish species is an indicator for quality of water. Mussel habitat is degraded along with the Mississippi river. Eagle nests locate along with the river, being as an indicator to express the health of river.

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History & Present The proposal site is used as an industrial site with railroads going through from east to west. At present, with the abandoned industrial elements and restoration in front of the river, the site is an open question to more opportunities.

Site Boundry Road Interstates Freight Rail Green Space Mississippi River 35W

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Design Philosophy Having teased out the discontinuous components in the original site, the proposal philosophy is built based on the inspiration from industrial leftover spaces, dumped rail roads and unaccessible way to the Mississippi river. The Original site is long neglected and void of activities even though it is connected to the Campus and neighborhood, may serve people by thousands. The philosophy is trying to firstly bring the people to the riverside while dealing with the issues rain water may bring to the river and river bank restoration. 34


Resilience for Overwhelming Storm During the rainy season, the Mississippi river will have a higher tide level because of the increasing storm these years. The proposal aims to give a more resilient environment to face the situation.

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The series of wetlands and bioswales are used to capture the overwhelming rain water during the raining season so that it would prevent the flooding. These wetlands would work as eco-cells to make the space more resilient.

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In this design, I worked in a group of three people. The goal of this design is to create a new building with required areas. With the giving requirements for administration area, app bay area and crew area, the design includes a two-floor building and parking space around it. Beside the main design of architecture, we also did the custom family design which includes furniture details and structures used in the site.

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CONCRETE SLAB CONCRETE SLAB

R1

2.5" x 5" Aluminum Mullion 2.5" x 5" Aluminum Mullion

R1 EJ1

M3

4 A-301

4' - 5 3/4"

M3

ROOF 95' - 0" ROOF 95' - 0"

ROOF 95' - 0" ROOF 95' - 0"

C1 C1

W10x33 Column W10x33 Column

4' - 5 3/4"

EJ1 4 A-301

W1

METAL DECKING: 1EJ1 1/2" METAL DECKING: 1EJ1 1/2"

ROOF 95' - 0" ROOF 95' - 0"

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W1 M1 M1

8' - 0"

C1

8' - 0"

8' - 0"

8' - 0"

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W1

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2.5" x 5" Aluminum Mullion 2.5" x 5" Aluminum Mullion GLAZED GLASS GLAZED GLASS

LEVEL 2 83' - 0"LEVEL 2 83' - 0"

LEVEL 2 83' - 0"LEVEL 2 83' - 0"

M1

D

CURTAIN WALL-ROOF JOINT 4 3" = 1'-0"CURTAIN WALL-ROOF JOINT 4 3" = 1'-0"

W1

CONCRETE SLAB CONCRETE SLAB

C1

2.5" x 5" Aluminum Mullion 2.5" x 5" Aluminum Mullion

8' - 0"

C1

8' - 0"

8' - 0"

8' - 0"

C1

C1

EJ1

2.5" x 5" Aluminum Mullion 2.5" x 5" Aluminum Mullion

R1 R1

LEVEL 1 67' - 0"LEVEL 1 67' - 0"

EJ1

Stair S1 Stair S1 M1

3" = 1'-0"

F1

2.5" x 5" Aluminum Mullion 2.5" x 5" Aluminum Mullion

M2 M2 EJ1

3 A-301

CONCRETE SLAB CONCRETE SLAB

LEVEL 1 67' - 0"LEVEL 1 67' - 0"

LEVEL 1 67' - 0"LEVEL 1 67' - 0"

3 A-301

CURTAIN WALL ELEVATION CURTAIN WALL ELEVATION 1/2" = 1'-0" 2 1/2" = 1'-0"

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Date

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Date Drawn By Checked By

Date

Project Number Checked By

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ROOF SIGHT ROOF PLAN 95' - 0" 109' - 6"

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LEVEL 1 67' - 0"

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CURTAIN WALL/ ROOF ASSEMBLY CURTAIN WALL/ ROOF ASSEMBLY 1/2" = 1'-0"

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Project Number Project Number Date Date Drawn By Drawn By Checked By Checked By

M2

FLOOR TYPE 1 FLOOR TYPE 1

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

M1

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WALL SECTIONS WALL SECTIONS

M1

ROOF TYPE 1 ROOF TYPE 1

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1

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CONCRETE SLAB METAL DECKING: 1 1/2" CONCRETE SLAB METAL DECKING: 1 1/2"

F1 F1

M3

EPDM 1/4" RIGID INSULATION: 3" EPDM 1/4" RIGID INSULATION: 3"

F1

12" = 1'-0"

3/17/2015 10:07:47 PM

8' - 1"

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8' - 1"

8' - 1"

INTERIOR PERSPECTIVE_2

1

AGUIAR, AN,AN, AGUIAR, LEVERSON LEVERSON Commercial Project Commercial Project Template Template

CURTAIN WALL - FLOOR JOINT CURTAIN WALL - FLOOR JOINT 3" = 1'-0" 3

3

GLAZED GLASS GLAZED GLASS C1

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M1

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