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A Collection of Works by

Adam Nicholas Smith


DESIGN


SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE, DESIGN, AND PLANNING C

PROGRAM SPACES PROGRAM SPACES PROGRAM SPACES PROGRAM SPACES

PROGRAMING

SHADING DEVICES SHADING DEVICES

AN ADDITION FOR THE UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS. THE DESIGN ALLOWS FOR MUCH NEEDED STUDIO SPACES, FORMAL AND INFORMAL CRIT CIRCULATION AND AREAS, OFFICES, AND A AND EGRESS CIRCULATION EGRESS GALLERY. THE STUDIOS ARE MORE OF AN OPENAND CIRCULATION EGRESS WORK ENVIRONMENT TO CIRCULATION AND ENCOURAGEEGRESS STUDENT INTERACTION AMONG THE ENTIRE STUDENT BODY.

SHADING DEVICES

D

SHADING DEVICES

A

1 TO FIRE EXIT: 130’ ALL FIRE SEPARATIONS: DOUBLE GYPSUM ALL FIRE LAYER SEPARATIONS: MAX TRAVEL DISTANCE AT 2 HR FIRE RATING DOUBLE LAYER GYPSUM TO FIRE EXIT: 130’ AT 2 HR FIRE RATING 2 MAX TRAVEL DISTANCE ALL FIRE SEPARATIONS: TO FIRE EXIT: 130’ 2 GYPSUM DOUBLE LAYER AT 2 HR FIRE RATING 2 ALL FIRE SEPARATIONS: 2 GYPSUM DOUBLE LAYER AT 2 HR FIRE RATING 3

D 1 - INFORMAL CRITIQUE SPACE 2 - FACULTY OFFICE 3 - REST ROOM 4 - STUDIO 5 - FORMAL CRITIQUE SPACE 6 - GALLERY 7 - STORAGE CLOSET

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4

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C

SHADING DEVICES

MAX TRAVEL DISTANCE TO FIRE EXIT:DISTANCE 130’ MAX TRAVEL

A

FLOOR PLAN - LEVEL 1

SITE CIRCULATION SITE CIRCULATION HVAC HVAC

SITE CIRCULATION

HVAC

SITE CIRCULATION

HVAC HVAC

STRUCTURE STRUCTURE STRUCTURE STRUCTURE

RAINWATER HARVESTING RAINWATER HARVESTING RAINWATER

SECTION AA


13 1

8 2

9 10 11

12

2LEVEL 4 42’ - 0”

ROOF 56’ - 0”

345-

5

6-

6 7

13 4

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8 9 10 11

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2

ROOF 56’ - 0”

LEVEL 4 42’ - 0”

LEVEL 2 14’ - 0”

78-

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13

6 7

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LEVEL 4 42’ - 0”

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LEVEL 1 0’ - 0”

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4

ROOF WITH WATERPROOFING MEMBRANE, 3/4” PLYWOOD PANEL, SHAPED 6” MAX H BOARD INSULATION FORMING SLOPE, 6” COMPOSITE SLAB OF CONCRETE FILL OVER GALVANIZED METAL DECKING LEVEL 2 ALUMINUM FLASHING, 3/4” 14’ PLYWOOD PANEL, - 0” BATT INSULATION, 3/4” PLYWOOD PANEL VENTILATION LOUVER ALUMINUM FLASHING, 3/4” PLYWOOD PAN EL, SHAPED 3” MAX H BOARD INSULATION, ALUMINUM SOFFIT PANEL STRUCTURAL FRAME FORMED BY STEEL 21”X10” BAR JOISTS, 2” FIREPROOFING DOUBLE SKIN FACADE WITH INTERIOR SUN SHADING LOUVER SYSTEM, INTERIOR LAYER OF 1/2” GYP, 3/4” PLYWOOD PANEL, 5-1/4” EXTRUDED POLYSTYRENE INSULATION, 1/8” ALUMINUM PANEL, EXTERIOR LAYER OF ALUMINUM BOX PROFILE UPRIGHT AND FASTENED AT ENDS WITH BOLTED STEEL PLATES, GLAZED FACADE WITH 2-1/2” X 6” ALUMINUM BOX PROFILE MULLIONS AND TRANSOMS, 1/4 - 1/2 - 1/4” ALUMINUM DOUBLE GLAZING UNITS WITH LOW-E GLASS FOR OUTER LAYER LEVEL 1 STRUCTURAL W10X54 STEEL COLUMN, 2” FIRE0’ - 0” PROOFING DOUBLE SKIN FACADE WITH INTERIOR SUN SHADING LOUVER SYSTEM, ALUMINUM BOX PROFILE UPRIGHT AND FASTENED AT ENDS WITH BOLTED STEEL PLATES, GLAZED FACADE WITH 2-1/2” X 6” ALUMINUM BOX PRO FILE MUL1 ALUMINUM LIONS AND TRANSOMS, 1/4LEVEL - 1/2 - 1/4” 0’ - 0” DOUBLE GLAZING UNITS WITH LOW-E GLASS 3” X 3” X 1/4” ANGLE IRON 18 4” X 6” MODIFIED STEEL CHANNEL 4” X 6” X 1/4” ANGLE IRON 4” COMPOSITE SLAB OF LIGHTWEIGHT CONCRETE FILL OVER 2” GALVANIZED METAL DECK STRUCTURAL FRAME FORMED BY W21X48 STEEL BEAM, 2” FIREPROOFING INTERIOR FLUORESCENT LIGHT HVAC OUTLET 4” GALVANIZED METAL DECK, 18” LIGHTWEIGHT CONCRETE SLAB 1” STEEL BEARING PLATE ALUMINUM FLASHING 19 2’ CONCRETE FOUNDATION WALL, 4” EXTRUDED POLYSTYRENE INSULATION 12” CONCRETE SLAB ON GRADE, 4” RIGID INSULATION, GRAVEL, EARTH

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ROOF WITH WATERPROOFING MEMBRANE, 3/4” PLYWOOD PANEL, SHAPED 6” MAX H BOARD INSULATION FORMING SLOPE, 6” COMPOSITE SLAB OF CONCRETE FILL OVER GALVANIZED METAL DECKING ALUMINUM FLASHING, 3/4” PLYWOOD PANEL, BATT INSULATION, 3/4” PLYWOOD PANEL VENTILATION LOUVER ALUMINUM FLASHING, 3/4” PLYWOOD PAN EL, SHAPED 3” MAX H BOARD INSULATION, ALUMINUM SOFFIT PANEL STRUCTURAL FRAME FORMED BY STEEL 21”X10” BAR JOISTS, 2” FIREPROOFING DOUBLE SKIN FACADE WITH INTERIOR SUN SHADING LOUVER SYSTEM, INTERIOR LAYER OF 1/2” GYP, 3/4” PLYWOOD PANEL, 5-1/4” EXTRUDED POLYSTYRENE INSULATION, 1/8” ALUMINUM PANEL, EXTERIOR LAYER OF ALUMINUM ROOF WITH WATERPROOFING MEMBRANE, 3/4” 1-BOX PROFILE UPRIGHT AND FASTENED AT ENDS PLYWOOD PANEL, SHAPED 6” MAX H BOARD WITH BOLTED STEEL PLATES, GLAZED FACADE INSULATION FORMING SLOPE, 6” COMPOSITE WITH X 6” ALUMINUM BOX PROFILE MULSLAB2-1/2” OF CONCRETE FILL OVER GALVANIZED METALAND DECKING LIONS TRANSOMS, 1/4 - 1/2 - 1/4” ALUMINUM R36 2- ALUMINUM FLASHING, 3/4” PLYWOOD PANEL, DOUBLE GLAZING UNITS WITH LOW-E GLASS BATT INSULATION, 3/4” PLYWOOD PANEL OUTER LOUVER LAYER VENTILATION 3-FOR ALUMINUM FLASHING, 3/4” PLYWOOD PAN 4-STRUCTURAL W10X54 STEEL COLUMN, 2” FIREEL, SHAPED 3” MAX H BOARD INSULATION, PROOFING ALUMINUM SOFFIT PANEL SKINFRAME FACADE WITH INTERIOR SUN STRUCTURAL FORMED BY STEEL 5-DOUBLE 21”X10” BAR JOISTS, 2” FIREPROOFING SHADING LOUVER SYSTEM, ALUMINUM BOX 6- DOUBLE SKIN FACADE WITH INTERIOR SUN PROFILE AND INTERIOR FASTENED SHADINGUPRIGHT LOUVER SYSTEM, LAYERAT ENDS OF 1/2” GYP, 3/4”STEEL PLYWOOD PANEL, 5-1/4” EXWITH BOLTED PLATES, GLAZED FACADE TRUDED POLYSTYRENE INSULATION, 1/8” ALU- R35 WITH 2-1/2” X 6” ALUMINUM BOX PRO FILE MULMINUM PANEL, EXTERIOR LAYER OF ALUMINUM LIONS AND TRANSOMS, 1/4 - 1/2 AT - 1/4” BOX PROFILE UPRIGHT AND FASTENED ENDSALUMINUM WITH BOLTED STEEL PLATES, FACADE GLASS DOUBLE GLAZING UNITSGLAZED WITH LOW-E WITH 2-1/2” X 6” ALUMINUM BOX PROFILE MUL3” X 3” X 1/4” ANGLE IRON LIONS AND TRANSOMS, 1/4 - 1/2 - 1/4” ALUMINUM 4” X 6” MODIFIED STEEL DOUBLE GLAZING UNITS WITHCHANNEL LOW-E GLASS FOR 4” X 6”OUTER X 1/4”LAYER ANGLE IRON 7- STRUCTURAL W10X54 STEEL COLUMN, 2” FIRE4” COMPOSITE SLAB OF LIGHTWEIGHT CONPROOFING CRETE FILL GALVANIZED SKINOVER FACADE2” WITH INTERIOR SUNMETAL DECK 8- DOUBLE R9 SHADING LOUVER SYSTEM, ALUMINUM BY BOXW21X48 STRUCTURAL FRAME FORMED PROFILE UPRIGHT AND FASTENED AT ENDS STEEL BEAM, 2” FIREPROOFING WITH BOLTED STEEL PLATES, GLAZED FACADE WITH 2-1/2”FLUORESCENT X 6” ALUMINUM BOX LIGHT PRO FILE MULINTERIOR LIONS AND TRANSOMS, 1/4 - 1/2 - 1/4” ALUMINUM HVAC OUTLET DOUBLE GLAZING UNITS WITH LOW-E GLASS METAL 3” X 3” X 1/4” ANGLE IRON DECK, 18” LIGHTWEIGHT 9-4” GALVANIZED 4” X 6” MODIFIED STEEL CHANNEL 10CONCRETE SLAB 11- 4” X 6” X 1/4” ANGLE IRON 1” STEEL BEARING PLATE 12- 4” COMPOSITE SLAB OF LIGHTWEIGHT CONALUMINUM FLASHING CRETE FILL OVER 2” GALVANIZED METAL DECK STRUCTURAL FRAME FORMED BY W21X48 132’ CONCRETE FOUNDATION WALL, 4” EXTRUDED STEEL BEAM, 2” FIREPROOFING POLYSTYRENE INSULATION 14- INTERIOR FLUORESCENT LIGHT 12”HVAC CONCRETE SLAB ON GRADE, 4” RIGID INSUOUTLET 154” GALVANIZED METAL DECK, 18” LIGHTWEIGHT 16LATION, GRAVEL, EARTH

R36

R9

R35

R9

SOUTH ELEVATION

CONCRETE SLAB 17- 1” STEEL BEARING PLATE 18- ALUMINUM FLASHING 19- 2’ CONCRETE FOUNDATION WALL, 4” EXTRUDED POLYSTYRENE INSULATION 20- 12” CONCRETE SLAB ON GRADE, 4” RIGID INSULATION, GRAVEL, EARTH

LOOKING SOUTHEAST THROUGH THE COURTYARD

18

20

20

BASEMENT -14’ - 0”

BASEMENT -14’ - 0”

19

0 BASEMENT -14’ - 0”

NATURAL VENTILATION DIAGRAM

DETAILED WALL SECTION SCALE: 1/2” = 1’-0”

VIEW FROM THE NORTHEAST APPROACH


MAX TRAVEL DISTANCE TO FIRE EXIT: 130’ ALL FIRE SEPARATIONS: DOUBLE LAYER GYPSUM AT 2 HR FIRE RATING

CIRCULATION AND CIRCULATION AND EGRESS EGRESS

SECTION BB SITE CIRCULATION SITE CIRCULATION

RAINWATER RAINWATER HARVESTHARVESTING

GREEN ROOFS

GREEN ROOFS

EXPLODED AXON DIAGRAMS

SECTION CC


2

2

1

R36

LEVEL 3 28’ - 0”

LEVEL 3 28’ - 0”

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456-

1- SEDUM GREEN ROOF, 4” ENGINEERED SOIL, 3/8” SEDUM GREEN ROOF, 4” ENGINEERED SOIL, 3/8” FILTER SHEET, 2-1/2” DRAINAGE MAT, 1/2” ROOT FILTERBARRIER, SHEET,1/2” 2-1/2” 1/2” ROOT ROOFDRAINAGE MEMBRANE, 7”MAT, EXTRUDED POLYSTYRENE INSULATION, VAPOR BARRIER, 2” BARRIER, 1/2” ROOF MEMBRANE, 7” EXTRUDED GALVANIZED METAL DECK ROOF DRAIN DETAIL POLYSTYRENE INSULATION, VAPOR BARRIER, 2” SCALE: 21 1/2”ALUMINUM = 1’-0” FLASHING, 3/4” PLYWOOD PANEL, 1” GALVANIZED METAL DECK RIGID INSULATION, LIGHT GAUGE STEEL FRAMING, BATT INSULATION3/4” PLYWOOD PANEL, 1” ALUMINUM FLASHING, 3- STRUCTURAL FRAME FORMED BY W21X48 RIGID INSULATION, LIGHT GAUGE STEEL FRAMSTEEL BEAM, 2” FIREPROOFING ING,4-BATT INSULATION ALUMINUM SOFFIT PANEL, 3/4” PLYWOOD SHEATHING, 4” EXTRUDED POLYSTYRENE INSUSTRUCTURAL FRAME FORMED BY W21X48 LATION STEEL BEAM, 2”STEEL FIREPROOFING 5- 5” x 5” x 1/4” TUBE 6- GLAZED FACADEPANEL, WITH 2-1/2” X 6”PLYWOOD ALUMINUM ALUMINUM SOFFIT 3/4” BOX PROFILE MULLIONS AND TRANSOMS, 1/4 SHEATHING, 4” EXTRUDED POLYSTYRENE INSU- 1/2 - 1/4” ALUMINUM DOUBLE GLAZING UNITS LATIONWITH LOW-E GLASS W10X54 5” x 7-5” xSTRUCTURAL 1/4” STEEL TUBESTEEL COLUMN, 2” FIREPROOFING GLAZED FACADE WITH 2-1/2” X 6” ALUMINUM 8- 1/2” GYP BOARD, 3/4” PLYWOOD PANEL, 5-1/4” BOX PROFILE MULLIONS AND TRANSOMS, 1/4 EXTRUDED POLYSTYRENE INSULATION, 1/8” ALUMINUM PANEL DOUBLE GLAZING UNITS - 1/2 - 1/4” ALUMINUM 9- 4” COMPOSITE SLAB OF LIGHTWEIGHT CONWITH LOW-E GLASS CRETE OVER 2” GALVANIZED METAL DECK STRUCTURAL W10X54 STEELWALL COLUMN, IRON, CURTAIN BRACKET2” FIRE10- 6” X 9” ANGLE 11- INTERIOR FLUORESCENT LIGHT PROOFING 12- HVAC OUTLET 1/2”13GYP BOARD, 3/4” PLYWOOD PANEL, 5-1/4” 2-1/2” X 3’ HORIZONTAL SUN-SHADING LOUVER METAL DECK, 18” LIGHTWEIGHT 14- 4” GALVANIZED EXTRUDED POLYSTYRENE INSULATION, 1/8” CONCRETE SLAB ALUMINUM PANEL 15- 1” STEEL BEARING PLATE 4” COMPOSITE OF LIGHTWEIGHT CONFLASHING 16- ALUMINUM SLAB CONCRETE FOUNDATION WALL 17- 2’OVER CRETE 2” GALVANIZED METAL DECK 12” CONCRETE SLAB ON GRADE, 4” RIGID INSU6” X189” ANGLE IRON, CURTAIN WALL BRACKET LATION, GRAVEL, EARTH INTERIOR FLUORESCENT LIGHT HVAC OUTLET 2-1/2” X 3’ HORIZONTAL SUN-SHADING LOUVER 4” GALVANIZED METAL DECK, 18” LIGHTWEIGHT CONCRETE SLAB 1” STEEL BEARING PLATE ALUMINUM FLASHING 2’ CONCRETE FOUNDATION WALL 12” CONCRETE SLAB ON GRADE, 4” RIGID INSULATION, GRAVEL, EARTH 1

2

3

R36 1

DRAIN CAP. FASTEN TO DOME WITH FOUR 1/8” X 2” STAINLESS STEEL SCREWS.

2

STAINLESS STEEL COLLAR. PLACE AROUND DOME TO PROVIDE SUPPORT FOR FILTER FABRIC ABOVE. OUTER DIMENSIONS: 20” X 20” INSIDE DIMENSIONS: 8 1/8” X 8 1/8”

R30

R30

R4 3

STAINLESS STEEL DOME WITH FLASHING COLLAR. STAINLESS STEEL SCREENING ALONG INSIDE OF GRATING TO SERVE AS SECONDARY FILTER TO FILTER FABRIC. INSTALL DIRECTLY OVER ROOFING MEMBRANE AND SECURE TO EXTENSION PIPE FLANGE WITH TWELVE 1/8” X 2” STAINLESS STEEL SCREWS. DOME FLANGE DIMENSIONS: 12“ X12” OUTSIDE DIAMETER OF COLLAR: 4” DRAIN OPENING = 9.62 SQUARE INCHES

4

STAINLESS STEEL EXTENSION PIPE WITH WELDED FLANGE. REST ON RIGID FOAM INSULATION AND SECURE WITH TWELVE AFOREMENTIONED 1/8“ X 2” STAINLESS STEEL SCREWS AFTER INSERTION INTO MAIN DRAIN HOUSING SLEEVE. FLANGE DIMENSIONS: 12” X 12” OUTSIDE DIAMETER OF PIPE: 4 1/2” DRAIN OPENING = 12.56 SQUARE INCHES

5

STAINLESS STEEL MAIN DRAIN HOUSING. PLACE THROUGH CUT OUT IN STEEL DECKING AND ATTACHE TO UNDER-DECK GUTTER EXTENSION FLANGE WITH SEVEN 1/4” X 5 “ STAINLESS STEEL BOLTS. RECEIVER BOX DIMENSIONS: 8” X 8“ FLANGE DIMENSIONS: 21” X 21“ EXIT SPOUT OUTSIDE DIMENSIONS: 5” X 2 1/4“ EXIT SPOUT INSIDE DIMENSIONS: 4 1/2” X 1 3/4“ DRAIN OPENING AT EXIT = 7.875 SQUARE INCHES

6

STAINLESS STEEL GUTER EXTENSION WITH FLANGE. SECURE TO UNDER-SIDE OF DECKING WITH SEVEN 1/4” NUTS. FLANGE DIMENSIONS: 21” X 21” GUTTER EXTENSION OUTSIDE DIMENSIONS: 9 5/8“ X 2 1/2” EXIT SPOUT OUTSIDE DIMENSIONS: 9 3/8” X 2 1/4“ EXIT SPOUT INSIDE DIMENSIONS: 7 1/2” X 2“ DRAIN OPENING AT EXIT = 15 SQUARE INCHES

7

9 3/8” X 2 1/4“ RUBBER GROMMET TO BE PLACED AROUND GUTTER EXTENSION EXIT SPOUT .

8

STEEL DOWNSPOUT AND LIGHT SHELF SUPPORT

R4

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9 LEVEL 2 14’ - 0”

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LEVEL 2 14’ - 0”

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7-

ROOF DRAIN TO ROOF AREA SIZING SCHEDULE

3"

1-1/2"

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LEVEL 1 0’ - 0”

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3"

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CO

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6"

6"

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NC

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KY

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NE

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CA

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5"

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3"

4"

1-1/2" 2"

GA

LA

7"

FL

8"

7"

8"

9"

CALCULATE AREA DRAINAGE BY ROOF DRAIN SIZE AT VARIOUS RAINFALL RATES DRAIN OUTLET SIZE PIPE SIZE (inches) 2 3 4 5 6 8

OPEN AREA (sq. inches) 3.14 7.06 12.56 19.60 28.30 50.25

HOURLY RAINFALL (in inches)

1

2,880 8,880 18,400 34,600 54,000 116,000

1.5

1,920 5,860 12,700 23,050 36,000 77,400

2

1,440 4,440 9,200 17,300 27,000 58,000

2.5 3 4 ROOF AREA SQUARE FOOTAGE

1,150 3,520 7,360 13,840 21,600 46,400

960 2,930 6,130 11,530 18,000 38,660

720 2,200 4,600 8,650 13,500 29,000

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6

7

575 1,760 3,680 6,920 10,800 23,200

480 1,470 3,070 5,765 9,000 19,315

410 1,260 2,630 4,945 7,715 16,570

8

360 1,100 2,300 4,325 6,750 14,500

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15 16

LEVEL 1 0’ - 0” 18 BASEMENT -14’ - 0”

17

SCUPPER DETAIL

DETAILED WALL


KANSAS CITY PUBLIC LIBRARY THE DESIGN ALSO INCLUDES A BOOKSTORE, CAFE, THEATER, AND AN UNDERGROUND PARKING STRUCTURE. THE CONCEPT FOR THE DESIGN IS CENTERED AROUND NOTIONS OF COMMUNITY. THE DIFFERENT SPACES WITHIN ARE OF DIFFERENT SHAPES AND SIZES IN ORDER TO PROMOTE THEIR INDIVIDUALITY WHILE THE GLASS ENCLOSURE PROVIDES THE ENTIRETY WITH A FEELING OF COHESIVENESS. THE SPIDER FITTED BUTT GLAZED CURTAIN WALL WAS CHOSEN TO EMPHASIZE THE PUBLIC NATURE OF THE BUILDING AND PROMOTE ITS ACCESSIBILITY TO ALL. LEVEL G2 FLOOR PLAN

LEVEL G1 FLOOR PLAN

EAST ELEVATION

LEVEL ONE FLOOR PLAN

WEST ELEVATION


TRANSVERSE BUILDING SECTION

LEVEL THREE FLOOR PLAN

TRANSVERSE BUILDING SECTION

LEVEL FOUR FLOOR PLAN

LONGITUDINAL BUILDING SECTION

LEVEL FIVE FLOOR PLAN


THE CONCEPT IS BASED UPON AUDITORY MOVEMENT AND ELEMENTS OF NATURE.

CONCEPTUAL SKETCH - SITE PLAN

THE HALL IS SITUATED JUST TO THE SOUTH OF CHICAGO’S NAVY PIER AND CAN BE SEEN FROM LAKESHORE DRIVE. BY COMPLETING DANIEL BURNHAM’S PLAN, A NEW SECTION OF LAND WOULD BE BUILT UP TO MIRROR THE SITE UPON WHICH SHED AQUARIUM IS LOCATED.

NORTHWEST RENDER FROM LAKESHORE DRIVE

SECTION / FORM - CONCEPTUAL SKETCH

ELEVATION / FORM - CONCEPTUAL SKETCH

HALL PLAN - CONCEPTUAL SKETCH

THE EXTERIOR ENCLOSURE WAS FORMED AROUND THE CONCEPT OF A MEGAPHONE IN THAT IT IS TO PROVIDE SHELTER AND GUIDANCE TO SOUND WAVES IN ORDER TO ALLOW THEM TO BE HEARD BY MANY. THE FORM OF THE HALL ITSELF IS DERIVED FROM THE FORM OF A BLOOMING FLOWER IN THAT IT IS REPRESENTATIVE OF PURITY AND ELEGANCE.

HALL INTERIOR RENDER

HALL SECTION - CONCEPTUAL SKETCH AERIAL NIGHT RENDER


AUDITORIUM SEATING


DESIGN / BUILD


JURY ROOM STOOL

THE STOOL HAD TO MADE OF ONLY 1/2” PLYWOOD AND MUST BE EASILY TRANSPORTABLE. THROUGH LAYERING MANY PIECES TOGETHER THE STOOLS’ BEAUTY IS AN EXPRESSION OF THE MEDIUMS’ STRENGTH.

THE FORM IS SHAPED SO THE STOOL CAN BE UTILIZED IN A VARIETY OF POSITIONS.


WEST BOTTOMS PAVILION

THE PAVILION SITS ON THE LEVEE JUST SOUTH OF THE CONVERGENCE OF THE KANSAS AND MISSOURI RIVERS. THE FORM WAS DEVELOPED FROM THE WINDY NATURE OF THE SITE AS WELL AS THE PRESENCE OF FLOWING WATER NEARBY. RECLAIMED LUMBER FROM REGIONAL BARNS WAS USED TO PAY HOMAGE TO THE HISTORY OF THE SITE, AS IT WAS ONCE HOME TO THE KANSAS CITY STOCKYARDS.


3D MODEL

SOUTH ELEVATION CONSTRUCTED IN MODULAR SECTIONS

NORTH ELEVATION


LANDSCAPE DESIGN


DESIGN AND INSTALLATION OF TERRACES AND PONDS TO MIMIC THE NATURAL CONTOURS OF THE SITE. THE THREE PONDS ARE ALL CONNECTED BY A STREAM. UPPER AND LOWER PONDS PROVIDE HABITAT FOR FISH AND PLANTS AND ALL THREE ARE AERATED BY THE SAME PUMP LOCATED BENEATH THE WATERFALL.


GALILEO’S PAVILION

AT JOHNSON COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE BY STUDIO

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Galileo’s Pavilion as we envision it will become a landmark for JCCC’s sustainable initiatives, acting as a node from which students and the public can interact and learn of the institution’s environmental integrity that extends to every corner of the campus.


Located to the southwest of the Science Building, the building incorporates and enhances the existing Galileo Sculpture, and amplifies the artist’s concept of integrating science and nature. The design of the site plays a pivotal role in the pedestrian traffic patterns on the south end of campus. The building is arranged on the site around a courtyard, blending indoors and outdoors with a visual connection between the spaces. The interior spaces function as classrooms, student lounge/coffee bar, and exhibition/ display space.

CAMPUS MAP

DALE ELDRED’S SKETCH OF HIS SCULPTURE

EXISTING SITE


The new building is not simply one among many, but an icon that leads the rest of the campus by example. Several design decisions have been made which signify our unique role in informing the public of JCCC’s connection to nature. The facade of the pavilion is clad in slate panels made from reclaimed chalkboards. This inherent contrast to the surrounding buildings is key in not only setting apart this individual building, but more importantly to stake JCCC’s own claim in the field of modern and sustainable design. Other design features include the use of passive heating and cooling systems such as thermal mass, rainwater harvesting, and green roof trays in addition to active systems such as photovoltaics and a wind turbine. These elements are incorporated in the layout of the building, the choice of materials, the assembly of the wall, and the design of the courtyard.

Gravel Border

1’ wide x 4” de Medium Jacks 400 sf = 5.33 t 10.66

Fescue

14,218 sf / 9 = Briggs Brother $2.10 / sq. yd.; = approx. $330 1045

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Grass Pad (Ola $2.79 / roll; inc

Concrete

1044

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8" 1/

32'-6 7/8" BM -1'-0" SL 1043'-6" 1043'

48'-0 3/4" 11'-0 1/2"

1042'

1041'

1040'

77' - 0"

1039'

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SITE PLAN - CONCEPTUAL

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A. Sun Dial Plate B. Drought Tolerant Landscaping C1. Wind Turbine C2. Photovoltaic Solar Panels D. Rigid Insulation E. Skylights F. Blown Cellulose Insulation G. Green Roof Blocks

H. TJI Wall Studs I. Living Green Wall J1. Reclaimed Chalkboard J2. High Performance Glazing K1. Summer Sun: 75 degrees K2. Winter Sun: 28 degrees L. Thermal Mass M. Rainwater Harvesting

3D SECTION - CONCEPTUAL


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062 09 Skylights Above 02 05 Classroom 08 03 Lounge 04 Coffee Bar 08 05 Mechanical/ Storage Room 04Restroom 05 06 07 Tracked Curtain 08 Living 05 Green Wall 08 09 05 Skylights Above 6 06 07 0808 7

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1 - CLASSROOM 2 - VESTIBULE 02 03 3 - LOUNGE 4 - COFFEE BAR 5 - LIVING GREEN WALLS 12.07.2011 6 - REST ROOM 7 - MECHANICAL / STORAGE

DRAFT

01 07

DRAFT DRAFT 02

12.07.2011

12.07.2011 FLOOR PLAN

01

DRAFT

12.07.2011

02

DRAFT DRAFT

SOUTHWEST PERSPECTIVE

12.07.2011

12.07.2011

SOUTHWEST RENDER


11'-1 1/8"

21'-6"

11'-0 1/2"

36'-0 1/2"

11'-0"

21'-0 3/8"

stud

80 University of

12" BLOCK OUT FOR UTILITIES

14'-6"

21'-6 1/2"

1465 Jayh Mar Lawrenc (p) 785 www.stu

9"

1

1

8'-7 5/8"

8'-7 5/8"

9'-8 1/4"

19'-2"

8'-7 1/4"

6'-6" 1

1

1

40'-0"

5'-9 1/2"

2

6 1

8'-7 1/4"

3'-3"

10'-9 3/8" 17'-2 1/2" 5'-4"

5'-4"

3'-3" 5

11'-8"

11'-8"

17'-2 1/2"

2

5'-9 1/2"

8'-7 1/4"

40'-0"

34'-5"

S102

3

9'-10 7/8"

6'-6" 5

6

S102

3 1 12 C

12'-3 1/8"

S102

S102

1

5

8'-9 1/8"

5

8'-7 1/4"

19'-2"

8'-9 1/8"

13'-0"

12'-3 1/8"

4

5 1/2"

6'-6"

6'-6" 10'-1 5/8" 13'-0"

9'-11"

1 2

22'-5 5/8"

2" CONCRETE SLAB W/ FIBERMESH REINFORCING O/6" INSULATION O/2 1/2" GRAVEL

CL

2

2'-0"

4'-3"

4'-5"

8'-5 3/8"

3

11'-0"

5

8'-9 1/8"

7 1/4"

8'-9 1/8"

3

10'-9 3/8"

2'-0"

2'-0"

6'-2 1/2"

4

2

1'-0 1/4" 5'-11 5/8"

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

1

13'-11 1/2"

10'-8 7/8"

13'-11 1/2"

CL

1

2'-0"

17'-2 1/2"

9'-6 1/2"

17'-2"

4" BLOCK OUT FOR SEWER LINE

ARCHITECT Rockhill + 1546 Eas Lecompto (p) 785.

6'-11 5/8"

19'-0"

8" x 3' DEADMAN

2

SETTING THE FOOTING BATTER BOARDS

8'-7 1/4"

2 17'-6 1/2"

2

6'-4"

11'-8"

17'-6 1/2"

TOP OF FOOTING AT -5'-5 5/8", TYP.

19'-2"

23'-4"

23'-4"

TOP OF FOUNDATION LEDGE AT -1'-5 5/8", TYP.

17'-6 1/2"

11'-8"

19'-2"

8'-7 1/4"

2

19'-3 7/8" 6'-4"

19'-10"

Galileo Pavilion

FIRE HYDRANT SURVEY POINT

4 4

1

2

6

6

2

2 S102

9 7/8"

9'-11 1/4"

10'-9"

10"

21'-6"

1

34'-4 7/8"

11'-0" N

STRUCTURAL - FOUNDATION PLAN 1/4" = 1'-0"

0

2'

4'

10 1/8"

10'-5 3/4"

36'-1"

10'-6 1/4"

11'-0 1/2"

20'-11 7/8"

8'

FOUNDATION PLAN

SHEET NOTES

KEY NOTES

1. 2.

1

+0'-0": TOP OF FOUNDATION WALL

2

-0'-2 1/2": TOP OF WALL CUT-OUT FOR CURTAIN WALL

3

-2'-5 1/2": 7 1/4"W BEAM POCKET FOR ((3) LVL BEAMS (1 3/4x11 7/8)), VERIFY FINAL LOCATION TO ALIGN WITH CENTERLINE OF COLUMN FOOTINGS.

4

-2'-5 1/2": 5 1/2"W BEAM POCKET FOR ((2) LVL BEAMS (1 3/4x11 7/8)), VERIFY FINAL LOCATION TO ALIGN WITH CENTERLINE OF COLUMN FOOTINGS.

5

BEAM POCKET, STEP BACK INTERIOR EDGE OF FOUNDATION WALL TO CREATE 5"X5" POCKET

6

4" SLEAVE FOR UNDERSLAB DRAIN, VERIFY FINAL LOCATION IN FIELD

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LEGEND

1.Issued for Client R Description:

FOUNDAT

S1

Copyright © 2012

20'-7"

11'-11"

1'-8"

2 PLY 1.5E PWLVL 1.75"x11 7/8"

20'-1 3/8"

11'-11"

35'-2"

START 12" O.C.

s

8

1'-4 1/4"

Uni

14 H1

5'-0"

L

H1

H2

H1

START 16" O.C.

H1 1

H2

H1

1'-8"

1'-4"

0'-10" 2'-0"

START 12" O.C.

4 PLY 1.5E PWLVL 1.75"x14" (DROPPED), TYP.

5'-0"

2'-6 1/4"

1

H1

0'-10"

START 12" O.C.

H1 2'-6 1/4"

H1

H9 H9

AR

7'-4"

5'-0"

H1

H3

18'-7 3/4"

1'-8"

0'-10"

START 16" O.C.

H1

1 H1

POURED FOOTINGS

H9 H9 2'-8 1/2"

H3 H1

1.5E PWLVL 1.75" X 11.875"

PWI-50 11.875", 12" O.C. TYP.

PWI-70 11.875", 12" O.C. TYP.

31

2 PLY PWI-70 11.875"

39'-1"

3 PLY 1.5E PWLVL 1.75"x14" (DROPPED), TYP.

2 PLY 1.5E PWLVL 1.75"x 11 7/8" (DROPPED), TYP.

13'-9"

4 PLY 1.5E PWLVL 1.75"x16" (DROPPED), TYP.

5'-4"

39'-1"

3 PLY 1.5E PWLVL 1.75"x14" (DROPPED), TYP.

2 PLY PWI-70 11 7/8"

14'-5 1/4"

2 PLY 1.5E PWLVL 1.75"x 11 7/8" (DROPPED), TYP.

1.5EPWLVL 1.75" X 11.875"

13'-9"

1.5EPWLVL 1.75" X 11.875"

PWI-50 11.875", 12" O.C. TYP.

23'-4"

PW 1.5E LVL 1.25"x11.875", TYP.

PWI-70 11.875", 16" O.C. TYP.

PWI-70 11.875", 16" O.C. TYP.

PW 1.5E LVL 1.25"x11.875", TYP.

PW 1.5E LVL 1.25"x11.875", TYP. 3 PLY 1.5E PWLVL 1.75"x14" (DROPPED), TYP.

FIRST FLOOR FRAMING PLAN N

TJI FLOOR JOISTS

0

2'

4'

8'

1

FIRST FLOOR - FLOOR FRAMING PLAN 1/4" = 1'-0"

SHEET NOTES 1. 2. 3. 4.

ALL DIMENSIONS TAKEN TO FACE OF JOIST U.O.N. COORDINATE FRAMING MEMBERS WITH, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, MECHANICAL, PLUMBING, ELECTRICAL AND SPECALITY EQUIPMENT FIXTURES. MAINTAIN ROUGH OPENING DIMENSIONS AS NOTED ALL RIM BOARDS TO BE 1 1/4" X 16" 1.5E PWLVL U.O.N.

KEY NOTES 1

OPENING FOR FLOOR HATCH, CORD. SIZING AND BLOCKING MANUFACTURER T.B.D.

LEGEND PWI - AS SCHEDULED PWLVL - AS SCHEDULED JOIST HANGERS, PER MANUFACTURER RECOMMENDATIONS IUS1.81/11.88 H1 U3516/20 H2 IUS2.37/11.88 H3 MIU 3.12/11 H4 --- NOT USED --H5

2. Issued F

1.Issued fo

Description

FIRST FLOO


36'-0 1/2" (OVERALL TO SHEATHING)

studio

804_12

(HOLD) 3'-0 1/8" 3"

A 6'-11 1/2" 5'-11 1/8" (CLEAR)

11'-0 1/2"

EQ

3'-7"

START 16" O.C.

8'-7 1/2"

2'-11"

(CLEAR)

MECHANICAL 11 DOOR HEAD (RO +8'-0" AFF)

(CLEAR) 3'-5"

3

DOOR HEAD (RO +8'-0" AFF)

10'-5 1/8"

10'-5 1/8"

5'-8 3/8"

5'-8 3/8"

5'-8 3/8"

+/- 11 1/2"

5'-8 3/8"

2

17'-6 1/2"

17'-6 1/2"

2

5'-8 3/8"

18'-5"

2

6'-0 1/8"

6'-0 1/8"

F

G 2

ALIGN FACE OF STUD TO EDGE OF CONC. FOUNDATION

11 1/8"

5'-0 3/8"

1

4'

8'

1

1.3

5'-1 1/4"

5'-2 1/4"

1.5

2 3/4"

1.8

2 3/4"

2

3

3.5

4

4.5

5

5.5

6

SHEET NOTES 1. 2.

5. 6.

5'-1 1/4"

7.3

5'-1 1/4"

5'-2 1/4"

7.5

2 3/4"

7.8

8

WALL FRAMING PLAN

KEY NOTES

ALL DIMENSIONS TAKEN TO FACE OF STUD U.O.N. COORDINATE FRAMING MEMBERS WITH, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, MECHANICAL, PLUMBING, ELECTRICAL AND SPECALITY EQUIPMENT FIXTURES. ALL WALL FRAMING TO BE 16" O.C. U.O.N. ALL EXTERIOR WALL FRAMING MEMBERS TO BE 9.5" TJI / LVL'S U.O.N. ALL INTERIOR WALL FRAMING MEMBERS TO BE 2X6, U.O.N. MAINTAIN ROUGH OPENING DIMENSIONS AS NOTED

3. 4.

5'-2 1/4"

7

FIRST FLOOR - WALL FRAMING PLAN 1/4" = 1'-0"

LEGEND

1

LVL HEADER ABOVE, SEE ROOF FRAMING PLAN FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION.

2

LINE OF FOUNDATION WALL AND BLOCK-OUTS BELOW, VERIFY FIELD CONDITIONS

3

ALIGN GREEN WALLS IN ACROSS ENTIRE LENGTH OF BUILDING

2. Issued For Structural Review

1/26/2012

1.Issued for Client Review

3/1/2012

Description:

Date:

FIRST FLOOR WALL FRAMING PLAN

36'-0"

11'-1"

S302 804_12 studio

20'-11 3/8"

11'-1"

Copyright © 2012 12'-0"

2'-8"

1'-4"

2'-8"

1'-4"

2'-8"

1'-4"

2'-8"

2'-8"

1'-4"

5'-4"

1465 Jayhawk Boulevard Marvin Hall Lawrence, KS 66045 (p) 785.864.4024 www.studio804.com

2 PLY 1.5E PWLVL 1.75" X 16" H8 H7

2 PLY 1.5E PWLVL 1.75" X 16"

H7 2 H7

ARCHITECT OF RECORD Rockhill + Associates 1546 East 350 Road Lecompton, KS 66050 (p) 785.393.0747

H8

4'-0 5/8"

PWI-50 9.5", 16" O.C. ELEVATION T.B.D.

PWI-50 9.5", 16" O.C. ELEVATION T.B.D.

H4

H8

H6

H10

H8

H10 H8

H8

H10 H8

H8

H8

H8

H8 2

2

2

H6

1

2 PLY 1.5E PWLVL 1.75" X 16"

2 PLY 1.5E PWLVL 1.75" X 16"

H6

3 1 12 CD SET

H8 H4 TYP.

H6

START 16" O.C.

H8

H10

H10

H10

H10

H10

H10

H10

H10

H10

H10

H10

H10

H8

H10

H10

H8

H10

H10

H8

H10

H10

PWI-70 16", 16" O.C. TYP.

H10

H10

PW 1.5E LVL 1.25"x16", TYP.

H10

H10

H8

H8

H8

H8

H8

H8

H8

H8

H7

H8

H7

H7

H8

H7

H7

H8

H7

H7

H8

H7

H8

H8

H8

H8

H8

H8

H8 2 PLY 1.5E PWLVL 1.75"x16", TYP..

H8

1.5E PWLVL 1.75"x16"

H8

1.5E PWLVL 1.75"x16"

H8

1.5E PWLVL 1.75"x16"

H8

PWI-70 16" @ 16" O.C.

H8

PWI-70 16", 16" O.C. TYP.

H8

PW 1.5E LVL 1.25"x16", TYP.

H8

5/8" PLYWOOD BLOCKING

5/8" PLYWOOD BLOCKING

H10

H10

H8

PW 1.5E LVL 1.75"x16", TYP.

PW 1.5E LVL 1.75"x16", TYP.

H10

H10

START 16" O.C.

N

0

2'

4'

SETTING THE CURTAIN WALL FRAME IN PLACE

4'-4 1/2"

H4 1

H8 H4

START 16" O.C.

ROOF FRAMING PLAN 1/4" = 1'-0"

1

3 PLY 1.5E PWLVL 1.5" X 9.5" HEADER BELOW (ELEVATION T.B.D.)

TYP.

H6

2'-1 1/2"

H4

2

H7 H8

3 PLY 1.5E PWLVL 1.5" X 9.5" HEADER BELOW (ELEVATION T.B.D.)

3'-0 7/8"

H6

2 PLY 1.5E PWLVL 1.75" X 9.5" HEADER BELOW (ELEVATION T.B.D.)

H7

H7

H4 TYP.

1

2'-1 1/2"

2 H8

H7

H8

3'-0 7/8"

14'-0"

H8

H8

2'-1 1/2"

Galileo Pavilion

H4 1

H8

H8

10'-11 3/8"

1

H8 H8

2'-2"

H4 1

H10

2 PLY 1.5E PWLVL 1.75" X 9.5" HEADER BELOW (ELEVATION T.B.D.)

1'-7 1/2"

H6

14'-0"

8'-4 3/4"

H6

PWI-70 16" SQUASH BLOCKS, TYP.

8'-4 3/4"

4'-7 7/8"

2'-8"

2'-1 1/2"

39'-11"

3'-0 7/8"

28'-10 1/4"

2'-1 1/2"

2'-3 1/2"

3'-0 7/8"

19'-0 1/4"

2'-1 1/2"

Johnson County Community College

H7 TYP.

4'-3"

Studio 804, Inc.

University of Kansas

START 16" O.C.

12345 College Blvd. Overland Park, KS 66210

21'-5"

2'-8"

2'

RAISING TJI STUDDED WALL

2

5'-0 3/8"

39'-11"

0

28'-10 1/4"

N

Galileo Pavilion

5'-8 3/8"

Johnson County Community College

7/8"

2

2

5'-8 3/8"

5'-8 3/8"

5'-8 3/8"

12345 College Blvd. Overland Park, KS 66210

+/- 1 3/4"

8'-5 1/2"

5'-6 3/4"

4"

E

+/- 11 1/2"

3 1 12 CD SET

CLASSROOM 12

8'-5 1/2"

1 3/4"

ALIGN FACE OF STUD TO EDGE OF CONC. FOUNDATION

5'-8 3/8"

D

22'-5 5/8"

5 1/2"

1'-5" 3'-5"

22'-5 5/8"

VESTIBULE 10

(CLEAR)

14'-2 1/2"

DOOR HEAD (RO +8'-0" AFF)

LOUNGE 04

6'-0 1/4"

START 16" O.C.

3"

1

4'-11" (CLEAR)

3 DOOR HEAD (RO +8'-0" AFF)

7'-8 3/8"

3" 3'-0 5/8"

WING WALL 1'-1 7/8"

1'-5"

DOOR HEAD (RO +8'-1 1/2" AFF)

ARCHITECT OF RECORD Rockhill + Associates 1546 East 350 Road Lecompton, KS 66050 (p) 785.393.0747

20'-11 7/8" EQ

2'-8 1/8"

CORRIDOR 09

1465 Jayhawk Boulevard Marvin Hall Lawrence, KS 66045 (p) 785.864.4024 www.studio804.com

14'-2 1/4"

3'-0 3/4" 4'-5 1/8"

5'-7 3/8"

2'-0"

+/- 8'-5 1/2" (EQ.)

WOMEN 08

University of Kansas

5 1/2"

9'-10 3/8"

4'-11" (CLEAR)

VESTIBULE 01

5 1/2"

5 1/2"

20'-7" 2'-2 3/4"

COFFEE BAR 05

1

10'-5 1/8"

CLASSROOM 03

40'-0"

C

3' - 5"

33'-11 1/2"

3'-7" 3" VERIFY 1'-2" (FINISHED)

DOOR HEAD (RO +8'-0" AFF)

14'-2 1/2"

5 1/2" (CLEAR) 1'-5" 3" 2'-11"

DOOR HEAD (RO +8'-0" AFF)

(CLEAR) 3'-5"

+/- 8'-7 1/2"

HOLD 1'-5" (STUD) (CLEAR)

3

9'-6 1/2"

3'-5"

MECHANICAL 02

12'-11 1/2"

DOOR HEAD (RO +8'-0" AFF)

7"

+/- 22'-5 5/8"

START 16" O.C.

1'-0 1/2"

11'-1" EQ

START 16" O.C.

5 1/2" 5'-11 3/8"

21'-5 1/2" EQ

B

MEN 07

11'-6 5/8"

MECHANICAL 06

+/- 8'-5" (EQ)

DOOR HEAD (RO +8'-1 1/2" AFF)

START 16" O.C.

ROOF FRAMING PLAN

8'

SHEET NOTES 1. 2.

ALL DIMENSIONS TAKEN TO FACE OF STUD U.O.N. ALL RIM BOARDS TO BE 1 1/4" X 16" 1.5E PWLVL U.O.N.

KEY NOTES 1

OPENING FOR SKYLIGHT, CORD. SIZING AND BLOCKING VELUX-VCE2222 - R.O. 22 1/2" x 22 1/2" HEADERS ARE 1.5E PWLVL 1 1/2" X 16"

2

OPENING FOR SKYLIGHT, CORD. SIZING AND BLOCKING VELUX-VCE2222 - R.O. 22 1/2" x 22 1/2" HEADERS ARE 1.5E PWLVL 1 3/4" X 16"

LEGEND

FRAMING THE ROOF

PWI - AS SCHEDULED PWLVL - AS SCHEDULED JOIST HANGERS, PER MANUFACTURER RECOMMENDATIONS IUS 1.81/11.88 H1 U 3516/20 H2 IUS 2.37/11.88 H3 MIU 3.12/11 H4 IUS 1.18/9.5 H5 IUS 1.18/9.5 H6 IUS 3.56/16 H7 IUS 2.37/16 H8 IUS 3.56/11.88 H9

2. Issued For Structural Review

1/26/2012

1.Issued for Client Review

3/1/2012

Description:

Date:

ROOF FRAMING PLAN


Adam Nicholas Smith 5285 Seminole Ct., McLouth, KS 66054

Education

Master of Architecture 2012 University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS

Work History

Studio 804 Dan Rockhill, Lawrence, KS -Collaborative designing, detailing, coordinating,and construction -Project lead for all structural calculations and framing layout NSPJ Architects Richard Nearing, Prarie Village, KS -CAD work -Take field measurements for additions and remodels Brogan’s Painting and Remodeling Aaron Brogan, Overland Park, KS -Deck additions -Roofing tear offs and re shingle Landscape Design and Installation Self Employed, St. Louis, MO -Design and installation off planter beds, stone terracing and small ponds -Plant selection and installation Taylor Morley Homes George Stumpf, St. Louis, MO -Rough in framing, and siding and

785.865.8493

adamnsmith.804@gmail.com

Skills and Experience Skills and Experience - Computer

- Computer - SketchUp - Illustrator - AutoCAD - InDesign - Rhinoceros - Word - Revit - Excel - 3DS Max Powerpoint - Photoshop - General building construction and fabrication - Carpentry (rough in, trim, and furniture) References - MIG welding Studio 804 - Laser Cutter Operation Dan Rockhill, Lawrence, KS - CNC operation - Collaborative designing, det - Photography coordinating,and constructio - Landscaping - Project lead for all structural calculations and framing lay References NSPJ Architects Richard Nearing, Prarie Village, KS - CAD work Dan Rockhill 785.393.0747 - Take field measurements for Brad Satterwhite 816.808.8185 additions and remodels Brogan’s Painting and Remodelin Aaron Brogan, Overland Park, KS - Deck additions - Roofing tear offs and reshin Landscape Design and Installatio Self Employed, St. Louis, MO

Works of Adam Nicholas Smith  

A collection of architectural design and construction.