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ARCHITECTURAL PORTFOLIO

ANTON BASHKAEV 2018


ANTON BASHKAEV 29, ARCHITECT

MSc in Architecture (The University of Sheffield), BArch (Moscow Architectural Institute) + 1 718 530 2590 bashkaev.architect@gmail.com


CONTENTS THE SPIRAL

4

WILSON SCHOOL

12

LOSBATES SCHOOL

20

YEOUI-NARU FERRY TERMINAL

26

IZMAYLOVO INTERCHANGE

32

SOLNCEVO SUBWAY STATION

36

SARATOV AIRPORT CENTRAL HALL

40

3D COMMUNICATION CONCEPT

44

“SOUL OF ALTAY”

48

ANTIQUE HEADS

50

MIXED MEDIA

52

“OUTGROWING HABITATS” NARRATIVE

54


THE SPIRAL

IMAGE COURTESY OF BIG / big.dk

4


The tower will be 100% class A office space. Each floor will have the added quality of a terrace and the option of a double height space adjacent to its terrace. The beginning of the “spiral” is marked at the building base by the East Lobby on 10th Avenue. There is an amenity level at Level 7 with access to a 15,000 sf perimeter terrace. The tower is divided into 6 elevator zones. Zone 1 - 2 have 5 car banks, and Zone 3 - 6 have 10 car banks. There is direct access to all floors from the ground floor lobby. Elevator drop offs follow the massing ensuring optimal leasing depths. Four service elevators are located at the center of the core, 2 serving all floors and 2 serving the lower 50 floors of the tower. The outdoor steps ascend from the amenity terrace at the top of the podium floor. Both the horizontal and vertical surfaces are clad in precast concrete planks that accommodate planters and trellises to enforce the continuity of green. Adjacent to each outdoor step is an optional indoor atrium space, which creates the potential for an indoor connection between adjacent floors. The interior spiral begins at the base of the tower on Level 7. In the typical commercial skyscraper, floors operate in isolation. Even when occupants work for the same organization, their interactions are minimal. The Spiral boasts a string of double height spaces that can be interconnected. Occupants of different floors can interact with each other in a lively ribbon of atria and terraces.

34TH ST VIEW TOWARDS MAIN ENTRANCE

10TH AVENUE

HUDSON BOULEVARD

WEST 35TH STREET

BIG NY 2018/ BIM LEAD, DESIGNER/ REVIT DRAWING, 3D MODELING, RENDERING, DIAGRAMS, MODEL

The spiral will be at the forefront of the redevelopment of Manhattan West Side. The project directly engages its context by extending the green space of the adjacent High Line Park vertically up the tower in a spiraling motion, The Spiral will slowly reduce the volume of the tower with each run following the zonning envelope as well as creating an elegant silhoutte on the skyline of Manhattan. It’s stepping language resonates the design aesthetics of the classic Manhattan skyscrapers such as the Empire State Building and Rockefekker Center. At the same time it will add quality to each office floor by creating a double height amenity space, ab accessible terrace, and the option to connect adjacent floors witha grand staircase. The exterior green space and the interior worspace intertwine seamlessly to create the workspace of the future.

WEST 34TH STREET

SITE

ENVELOPE

FAR ALLOWANCE

SETBACKS & HEIGHT

FROM HIGH LINE TO SKYLINE

DISTRIBUTED GREEN SPACE

5


THE SPIRAL

RS-02

RS-02

EWS-01 - SHADOWBOX RS-02 EWS-05 - BULKHEAD

EWS-01 - LOUVER

EWS-01

RS-02

EWS-01

EWS-01 - TOWER TYP EWS-01 - SHADOWBOX W/ SOFFIT

EWS-02 - SPIRAL TYP PENTHOUSE

EWS-01 - TOWER TYP W/ SOFFIT EWS-02 - SPIRAL TYP RS-01 EWS-03 - GUARDRAIL

EWS-01 - TOWER TYP

EWS-01

EWS-01

RS-02

RS-01 RS-02

EWS-01 - SHADOWBOX

EWS-03

RS-02 EWS-05 - BULKHEAD

EWS-02

EWS-01 - LOUVER

EWS-01 - SHADOWBOX

RS-02

EWS-01 - TOWER TYP EWS-01 - LOUVER

EWS-01 - TOWER TYP EWS-01 - SHADOWBOX W/ SOFFIT

EWS-02 - SPIRAL TYP PENTHOUSE

EWS-01 - TOWER TYP W/ SOFFIT EWS-02 - SPIRAL TYP RS-01 EWS-03 - GUARDRAIL

EWS-02 - SPIRAL TYP RS-01

EWS-01 - TOWER TYP

EWS-01 - TOWER TYP W/ SOFFIT

EWS-03 - GUARDRAIL

EWS-01 - TOWER TYP

EWS-04 - P.C.

RS-01 EWS-03 - GUARDRAIL EWS-02 - SPIRAL TYP

EWS-01 - TOWER TYP W/ SOFFIT EWS-03 - GUARDRAIL RS-01

EWS-01 - SHADOWBOX

EWS-01

EWS-01 - TOWER TYP

EWS-02 - SPIRAL TYP

3 A503

2 A504

EWS-03

EWS-02

EWS-02 - SPIRAL TYP

EWS-01 - TOWER TYP

RS-01

RS-01

EWS-03 - GUARDRAIL EWS-04 - P.C.

EWS-04

EWS-01 - TOWER TYP W/ SOFFIT EWS-03 - GUARDRAIL RS-01

EWS-01 - SHADOWBOX

EWS-01 - SHADOWBOX EWS-02 - SPIRAL TYP

3 A503

EWS-03 - GUARDRAIL

EWS-01 - TOWER TYP

EWS-02 - SPIRAL TYP

EWS-01 - TOWER TYP

RS-01

EWS-01 - TOWER TYP W/ SOFFIT

EWS-04 - P.C.

EWS-02 - SPIRAL TYP RS-01

EWS-04 - P.C.

EWS-01 - TOWER TYP

EWS-03 - GUARDRAIL

EWS-01 - TOWER TYP W/ SOFFIT EWS-02 - SPIRAL TYP

EWS-01 - TOWER TYP W/ SOFFIT

EWS-03 - GUARDRAIL

EWS-02 - SPIRAL TYP

RS-01

RS-01

EWS-01

EWS-01 - TOWER TYP

EWS-04 - P.C.

EWS-01

EWS-03 - GUARDRAIL

EWS-03 - GUARDRAIL

EWS-01 - TOWER TYP W/ SOFFIT

RS-01

EWS-02 - SPIRAL TYP

EWS-02

EWS-03 - GUARDRAIL RS-01 EWS-01 - TOWER TYP

EWS-01 - TOWER TYP

EWS-01 - TOWER TYP W/ SOFFIT

EWS-03 - GUARDRAIL

EWS-01 - LOUVER EWS-01 - SHADOWBOX EWS-01 - PODIUM TYP

RS-01

EWS-03 RS-01

EWS-02 - SPIRAL TYP EWS-01 - LOUVER

RS-01

EWS-01 - SHADOWBOX

EWS-03 - GUARDRAIL

EWS-01 - PODIUM TYP

RS-01

EWS-08 - LOUVER BAND

EWS-01 - SHADOWBOX

EWS-03 - GUARDRAIL

EWS-01 - SHADOWBOX

EWS-01 - LOUVER

EWS-01 - PODIUM TYP

EWS-02 - SPIRAL TYP PODIUM

EWS-07 - LOBBY TYP

EWS-06 - STOREFRONT TYP

EWS-06 - STOREFRONT TYP

3 A505

EWS-04 - P.C.

3 A505

ST WE

EWS-07 - LOBBY TYP

EWS-07 - LOBBY TYP

10T

2

HA

EWS-08 - LOUVER BAND

EWS-06 - STOREFRONT TYP

EWS-08 - LOUVER BAND

EWS-08 - LOUVER BAND

10T

VE

HA

ET TRE HS 35T

W

EWS-06 - STOREFRONT TYP

VE

NORTHEAST AXONOMETRIC VIEW

EWS-04 - P.C. EWS-07 - LOBBY TYP

EWS-04 - P.C.

EWS-02 - SPIRAL TYP PODIUM

35T EST

ET TRE HS

EWS-08

EWS-06 - STOREFRONT TYP

EWS-06

EWS-06 - STOREFRONT TYP

EWS-04 - P.C.

EWS-04

EWS-07 - LOBBY TYP

HU DS ON B

EWS-06 - STOREFRONT TYP

1

2

VIEW FROM HUDSON YARDS STATION

EWS-01

EWS-06 - STOREFRONT TYP

EWS-01 - PODIUM TYP W/ SOFFIT EWS-01 - PODIUM TYP W/ SOFFIT

6

EWS-06 - STOREFRONT TYP

EWS-08 - LOUVER BAND

EWS-01 - SHADOWBOX

EWS-04 - P.C.

EWS-01

EWS-03 - GUARDRAIL

EWS-01 - LOUVER RS-01

EWS-07

LV D

SOUTHWEST AXONOMETRIC VIEW

NORTHEAST AXONOMETRIC VIEW

FACADE PANEL TYPES


COL.

2'-6" 4" +/- 10"

2'-6"

MTL-05

T.O.S. / STACK JT.

2'-6" 2'-6"

2

10"

T.O.S. / STACK JT.

T.O.S. T.O.S. // STACK STACK JT. JT.

T.O.S. T.O.S. // STACK STACK JT. JT.

A-550

MTL-01 MTL-03 MTL-01 MTL-01 MTL-04

INTERIOR INTERIOR

14'-0" T.O.S. / STACK JT.

MTL-04

T.O.S. / STACK JT.

22

MTL-04 MTL-04

FIRE SAFINGSHADOWBOX INSULATED INSULATED SHADOWBOX W/ SMOKE SEAL

MTL-04

MTL-03 MTL-02

MTL-01 MTL-01 MTL-02 MTL-04 MTL-03 MTL-04 MTL-04 GL-01 MTL-03 MTL-03

EWS 01 - TYP TOWER W/ SOFFIT - ENLARGED ELEVATION

7

GL-02 FG FG

4

1/2" = 1'-0"

10'-0" 7

3'-8" 3'-8" 3'-8"

1/2" = 1'-0"

14'-0"

14'-0"

14'-0" 12'-0" A-552

TYP

GL-02

10'-4"

14'-0"

14'-0"

10'-0"

14'-0" 14'-0" 1

EXTERIOR MTL-02

INTERIOR

EXTERIOR

GL-02

GL-02

GL-02

GL-02

1 A-520 A-599

FINISH FLOOR BY TENANT

FINISH FLOOR BY TENANT

1

TYP

A-552

A-555

PCC-01

EWS 01 TYP

T.O.S. / STACK JT.

6

T.O.S. / STACK JT.

EWS 01 TYP

T.O.S. T.O.S. // STACK STACK JT. JT.

A-552

POSITIVE SLOPE TO DRAIN

T.O.S. / STACK JT.

POSITIVE SLOPE TO DRAIN

DRAINAGE

A-555

EWS 01 - TYP TOWER - ENLARGED ELEVATION

3 3

EWS 01 - TYP TOWER - ENLARGED ELEVATION

6

1/2" = 1'-0"

EWS 02 - SPIRAL TYP ENLARGED SECTION AT TERRACE DOOR 1/2" = 1'-0"

T.O.S. / STACK JT.

T.O.S.

DRAINAGE

22 A-555 A-555

3

EWS 02 - SPIRAL TYP

PCC-01

T.O.S. / STACK JT.

TYP

T.O.S.

T.O.S. T.O.S. // STACK STACK JT. JT.

2

MTL-02

GL-02

T.O.S. / STACK JT.

A-510 A-510

2

EWS 01 - TYP. TOWER ENLARGED SECTION

5

EWS 02 - SPIRAL TYP TOWER ENLARGED SECTION

4

1/2" = 1'-0"

EWS 02 - SPIRAL TYP TOWER ENLARGED ELEVATION 1/2" = 1'-0"

MTL-02 MTL-02

GL-02 GL-02

8 8

14 14 PENN PENN PLAZA PLAZA (225 (225 W W 34TH 34TH ST), ST), 6TH 6TH FLOOR FLOOR NEW YORK, NEW YORK, NY NY 10122-0002 10122-0002 +1 917 917 339 339 9300 TT +1 9300

GL-01 GL-01

FG

GL-02

TYP

2

GL-02

EWS 01 - TYP. TOWER W/ SOFFIT ENLARGED SECTION

EWS 01 - TYP TOWER W/ SOFFIT - ENLARGED ELEVATION

7 7

1/2" = 1'-0"

EWS 01 - TYP. TOWER W/ SOFFIT ENLARGED SECTION 1/2" 1/2" == 1'-0" 1'-0"

4 4

1/2" = 1'-0"

EWS 01 - TYP TOWER W/ SOFFIT - ENLARGED ELEVATION 1/2" 1/2" == 1'-0" 1'-0"

EWS 01 - TYP. TOWER ENLARGED SECTION 1/2" = 1'-0"

EWS 01 - TYP. TOWER ENLARGED SECTION 1/2" 1/2" == 1'-0" 1'-0"

1/2" = 1'-0"

EWS 01 - TYP TOWER - ENLARGED ELEVATION 1/2" 1/2" == 1'-0" 1'-0"

COL. TYP

1

1

A-556

TYP

9

TYP

A-557

A-556

COL. INTERIOR

COL.

CL COLUMN

10

A-556 A-556 CL

A-557

EXTERIOR 5'-0" TYP.

INTERIOR

11 A-556 A-556

MTL-02

CL

EXTERIOR

MTL-05 10 A-557

STACK STACK JOINT JOINT

10 10

2'-6"

TYP

MTL-05 MTL-05 2'-6" 2'-6"

TYP TYP

GL-01

6

EWS 01 - TYP TOWER W/ SOFFIT ENLARGED AXON

EXTERIOR TYP. EXTERIOR 5'-0" 5'-0" TYP. TYP.

5

EWS 01 - TYP TOWER W/ SOFFIT ENLARGED PLAN

5 5

EWS 01 - TYP TOWER W/ SOFFIT ENLARGED PLAN

1/2" = 1'-0"

CL C CLL

MTL-02 MTL-02

BMU TRACK

CL COLUMN CL CL COLUMN COLUMN

GL-01

MTL-01

GL-01 GL-01

MTL-01 MTL-01

E.O.S. B.O.M. E.O.S. E.O.S. B.O.M. B.O.M. F.O.G.

KEY

COL. COL.

TOUCH TOUCH TRANSOM TRANSOM

COL.

GL-01

COL.

GL-01 GL-01

1 A-556 11 A-556 A-556

MTL-02

EXTERIOR

BMU TRACK

2'-6"

2'-6" INTERIOR

STACK JOINT

22 A-556 A-556

2'-6" 2'-6"

1

CL

EXTERIOR EXTERIOR

CL

MTL-02 MTL-02 5'-0"

2'-6" 2'-6" 2'-6"

CL C C

LL EWS 01 - TYP TOWER - ENLARGED PLAN

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

TYP. 5'-0" 5'-0" 15'-0" TYP. TYP. 15'-0" 15'-0"

TYP

MTL-01

GL-01

MTL-01 MTL-01

GL-01 GL-01

CL COLUMN

E.O.S. E.O.S. B.O.M. B.O.M. F.O.G.

34TH STREET 35TH 35TH STREET STREET

6 6

EWS 01 - TYP TOWER W/ SOFFIT ENLARGED AXON EWS 01 - TYP TOWER W/ SOFFIT ENLARGED AXON

EWS 01 - TYP TOWER W/ SOFFIT ENLARGED PLAN 1/2" 1/2" == 1'-0" 1'-0"

2 2

EWS 01 - TYP TOWER ENLARGED AXON EWS 01 - TYP TOWER ENLARGED AXON

1/2" = 1'-0"

EWS 01 - TYP TOWER - ENLARGED PLAN 1/2" 1/2" == 1'-0" 1'-0"

10" 4" +/-

02/09/2018 04/21/2017

CL

DATE

THESE DRAWINGS ARE INSTRUMENTS AND AS SUCH MAY NOT BE USED F PROJECTS, FOR ADDITIONS TO THIS COMPLETION OF THIS PROJECT BY

BAR BAR

TYP

11

TYP

1

A-557

A-556

CL COLUMN

PCC-01

FORMAT DATE

04/21/17

PROJECT NO

SHEET NO

PROJECT PROJECT NO NO

SHEET SHEET NO NO

GL-02

B.O.M.

34TH STREET

GRT-22

BMU TRACK

5'-0" TYP.

5'-0" CL

SHEET NO

ARCH E

EXTERIOR

MTL-01

SHEET NAME

PCC-01

CL

EWS 01 - TOWER EWS 01 - TOWER TYP A-510 TYP

1/2" 1/2" == 1'-0" 1'-0" DATE FORMAT FORMAT 04/21/17 ARCH ARCH EE

MTL-02

BMU TRACK

N N

1/2" = 1'-0"

FORMAT SCALE SCALE E ARCH

E.O.S.

BAR

N

SCALE

14508 14508 SCALE 1/2" = 1'-0"

INTERIOR

COL.

SHEET NAME

14508

35TH STREET

TYP

GL-02

EWS 01 - TOWER TYP 34TH 34TH STREET STREET

BAR

DESIGN DEVELOPME

COL.

GRT-22

F.O.G. 34TH STREET

BMU BMU TRACK TRACK

DESIGN DEVELOPMENT SCHEMATIC DESIGN

ISSUE

DRAW RESS PROG CONSTRU R NOT FO

KEY

N

BAR

PROJECT NO

EWS 01 - TYP TOWER - ENLARGED PLAN

2'-6"

CL

MTL-03

SHEET SHEET NAME NAME

1 1

CL

1/2" = 1'-0"

1

SHEET NAME

F.O.G. F.O.G.

F.O.G.

2'-6"

5'-0" TYP.

CL

EWS 02 - SPIRAL TYP TOWER ENLARGED PLAN 2

A-557

CL CL COLUMN COLUMN E.O.S. B.O.M.

TYP.

35TH STREET

14508

1/2" = 1'-0"

DESIGN DEVELOPMENT

KEY KEY

CL C CLL

PROJECTS, FOR ADDITIONS PROJECTS, FOR ADDITIONS TO TO THIS THIS PROJECT PROJECT OR OR COMPLETION OF PROJECT COMPLETION OF THIS THIS PROJECT BY BY OTHERS. OTHERS. DESIGN DEVELOPMENT

KEY

BMU TRACK

BMU TRACK

CL C CLL

E.O.S. B.O.M. F.O.G.

TYP TYP

CL

15'-0"

MTL-02

2'-6"

BMU BMU TRACK TRACK

EWS 01 - TYP TOWER ENLARGED AXON

GL-01

EXTERIOR

BMU TRACK

2

2 A-556 MTL-01

5'-0" TYP.

CL

INTERIOR INTERIOR

CL

STACK STACK JOINT JOINT

F.O.G. F.O.G.

BMU BMU TRACK TRACK

TYP TYP TYP

5'-0" CL

SEAL

3

STACK JOINT

INGS DRAW TIO SN RESS TRUC PROG NSAWING N DESIGN CO DEVELOPMENT DR TIO FOR SS NO PRTOGRE CONSTRUC T FORARE INSTRUMENTS OF SERVICE NODRAWINGS THESE

HUDSON BOULEVARD

INTERIOR

STACK JOINT TOUCH TRANSOM

5'-0" TYP.

CL

E.O.S. B.O.M.

GL-01

AND AS SUCH MAY35TH NOT BE USED FOR OTHER STREET PROJECTS, FOR ADDITIONS TO THIS PROJECT OR THESE DRAWINGS INSTRUMENTS OF SERVICE THESE DRAWINGSOFARE ARE INSTRUMENTS SERVICE COMPLETION THIS PROJECT BY OF OTHERS. AND AND AS AS SUCH SUCH MAY MAY NOT NOT BE BE USED USED FOR FOR OTHER OTHER

CL COLUMN

2'-6"

2'-6"

MTL-01

BMU TRACK

MTL-02

5'-0"

CL C CLL

A-557 A-557

E.O.S. B.O.M. F.O.G.

TYP TYP

TYP

4"+/-

TYP

INTERIOR INTERIOR

STACK JOINT

2 A-556

10"

1 A-556

TYP TYP

10" 4" +/-

TYP

TYP

COL.

INSULATED INSULATED SHADOWBOX SHADOWBOX

2'-6"

22 2'-6"

TYP

1 A-556

INSULATED GL-01 SHADOWBOX

4"+/-

COL.

TOUCH TRANSOM

2'-6"

2 A-556

GL-02 GL-02

COL.

TYP

CL COLUMN

MTL-05

COL.

1 A-556

INTERIOR

MTL-05 MTL-05

GL-02 JOINT STACK

TYP

2'-6" 2'-6"

2 A-556

COL.

TYP TYP

4"+/4"+/10"

TYP

2'-6" 2'-6"

99 A-557 A-557

10" 10" 4"4"+/+/10" 4" +/-

A-557

10" 10"

COL. 9

COL.

MTL-05

GL-02 MTL-05 MTL-05 MTL-05

5'-0" TYP.

CL

10TH AVENUE

MTL-05

INSULATED INSULATED SHADOWBOX SHADOWBOX

2'-6"

AND ASISSUE SUCH MAY NOT BE USED FOR OTHER DATE DATEPROJECTS, ISSUE FOR ADDITIONS TO THIS PROJECT OR COMPLETION OF THIS PROJECT BY OTHERS.

SEAL SEAL

TYP

2'-6"

INSULATED STACK JOINT SHADOWBOX STACK STACK JOINT JOINT

INSULATED SHADOWBOX

INGS DRAW TION RESS PROG CONSTRUC R NOT FO

02/09/2018 DESIGN DEVELOPMENT 04/21/2017 SCHEMATIC DESIGN 02/17/2017 50% SD 02/09/2018 DESIGN 02/09/2018 DESIGN DEVELOPMENT DEVELOPMENT DATE ISSUE 04/21/2017 SCHEMATIC 04/21/2017 SCHEMATIC DESIGN DESIGN THESE DRAWINGS 02/17/2017 50% SEAL 02/17/2017 50% SD SD ARE INSTRUMENTS OF SERVICE

TYP

A-557

GL-01 GL-01

10 A-557

HUDSON HUDSONBOULEVARD HUDSON BOULEVARD BOULEVARD

9

GL-01 MTL-05

BMU TRACK

HUDSON BOULEVARD

SEAL

MTL-05

EXTERIOR

10" 4" +/-

STACK JOINT

COL.

GL-02

MTL-02

BMU TRACK

10TH 10THAVENUE AVENUE 10TH AVENUE

GL-01

INSULATED SHADOWBOX

DESIGN DEVELOPMENT SCHEMATIC DESIGN 50% SD

ISSUE

2'-6"

MTL-01

02/09/2018 04/21/2017 02/17/2017

DATE

MUESER RU CONSULTIN

14 PENN PLAZA ( NEW YORK, NY 1 T +1 917 339 9300

MTL-08

A-510 11

EWS 01 TYP

T.O.S. / STACK JT.

MTL-01

MTL-02 MTL-02 MTL-01

T.O.S. T.O.S. // STACK STACK JT. JT.

MTL-05 MTL-05 EWS 01 - TYP. TOWER W/ SOFFIT ENLARGED SECTION 1/2" = 1'-0"

EXTERIOR EXTERIOR

FINISH GL-01FLOOR FINISH FLOOR BY BY TENANT TENANT T.O.S. / STACK JT.

T.O.S. T.O.S. // STACK STACK JT. JT.

FIRE SAFING MTL-05 FIRE SAFING W/ W/ SMOKE SMOKE SEAL SEAL

8

EXTERIOR

INTERIOR INTERIOR

FINISH FLOOR BY TENANT

EWS 01 TYP W/ SOFFIT EWS 01 TYP W/ SOFFIT

T.O.S. / STACK JT.

TYP TYP

2'-0"

A-553 A-553

INTERIOR

LANGAN

21 PENN PLAZA 3 NEW YORK, NY 1 T +1 212 479 5400

GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEER

FIRE SAFING W/ SMOKE SEAL

A-552

A-510

MTL-02

2'-0" 2'-0"

A-553

GEOTECHNICAL GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEER ENGINEER

HEINTGES A

440 PARK AVENU NEW YORK, NY 1 T +1 212 652 2966

CIVIL ENGINEER

FP

TYP

FIRE SAFING W/ SMOKE SEAL

21 PENN 360 21 PENN PLAZA PLAZA 360 W W 31ST 31ST ST ST MUESER RUTLEDGE NEW YORK, NEW YORK, NY NY 10001-2727 10001-2727 CONSULTING ENGINEERS +1 212 212 479 479 5400 TT +1 5400 14 PENN PLAZA (225 W 34TH ST), 6TH FLOOR MUESER RUTLEDGE NEW YORK, NY 10122-0002 MUESER RUTLEDGE T +1 917 339 9300 ENGINEERS CONSULTING

10'-4"

10'-0" 10'-0" 10'-0"

EWS 01 TYP W/ SOFFIT

A-510 A-510

FINISH FLOOR FINISH FLOOR BY BY TENANT TENANT FIRE SAFING TYP W/ SMOKE SEAL 2 MTL-05

2

T.O.S. / STACK JT.

T.O.S. / STACK JT. MTL-01

A-552

21 PENN PLAZA 360 W 31ST ST NEW YORK, NY 10001-2727 LANGAN T +1 212 479 5400 LANGAN

CIVIL CIVIL ENGINEER ENGINEER

T.O.S. / STACK JT.

MTL-01 FP

440 440 PARK PARK AVENUE AVENUE SOUTH, SOUTH, 15TH 15TH FL. FL. NEW YORK, NEW YORK, NY NY 10016 10016 USA USA LANGAN +1 212 212 652 652 2966 2966 TT +1

CIVIL ENGINEER

FP

FP

1

MTL-02 GL-01 GL-01

FINISH FLOOR BY TENANT

MTL-03

MTL-01 FG MTL-03 MTL-01 MTL-01 MTL-04 GL-02

FACADE FACADE CONSULTANT CONSULTANT

10'-4" 10'-4"

10'-0"

14'-0" A-510 55

TYP

A-553

MTL-01

MTL-03 MTL-03 INSULATED SHADOWBOX

EDGETT WI

117 AVENUE OF T NEW YORK, NY 1 T +1 646 452 7058

CONSULTING ENGINEERS

MTL-02 MTL-02

EXTERIOR EXTERIOR FINISH FLOOR BY TENANT INSULATED SHADOWBOX

COSENTINI

2 PENNSYLVANIA NEW YORK, NY 1 T +1 212 687 3600

FACADE CONSULTANT

MUESER RUTLEDGE

GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEER

CEILING BY TENANT CEILING GL-01 BY TENANT EXTERIOR

14'-0" 14'-0" 10'-4"

5

MEP ENGINEERS

FINISH FLOOR BY TENANT

INTERIOR

CLEAR CEILING HEIGHT

10'-4"

10'-4" 14'-0" 14'-0" 14'-0" 2

T.O.S. T.O.S. // STACK STACK JT. JT.

TOUCH TRANSOM SHADE BY TENANT TOUCH TRANSOM

CLEAR CLEARCEILING CEILING CLEAR HEIGHT HEIGHT CEILING HEIGHT

EXTERIOR

T.O.S. T.O.S. /./. STACK STACK JT JT

SHADE SHADE BY TENANT CEILINGBY BYTENANT TENANT

INTERIOR

10'-4" 10'-4"

MTL-02 MTL-02

INTERIOR

10'-4"

MTL-02

10'-4" 10'-4"

10'-0"

GL-01 GL-01 GL-01

CLEAR CLEARCEILING CEILING CLEAR HEIGHT HEIGHT CEILING HEIGHT

10'-0" 10'-0"

EXTERIOR

FINISH FLOOR BY TENANT

T.O.S. / STACK JT.

3

VERTICAL TRANSPORTATION CONSULTANT

MTL-02TRANSOM TOUCH

5 A-510

CEILING CEILING BY BY TENANT TENANT

2'-0"

10'-0"

CLEAR CEILING HEIGHT

SHADE BY TENANT TOUCH TOUCH TRANSOM TRANSOM MTL-02 BY TENANT CEILING SHADE SHADE BY BY TENANT TENANT

T.O.S. /. STACK JT

WSP GROU

A-520

FINISH FLOOR BY TENANT

117 AVENUE AMERICAS, 117 AVENUE OF OF THE THE ENGINEERS AMERICAS, 5TH 5TH FL. FL. CONSULTING NEW YORK, NEW YORK, NY NY 10036 10036 USA USA HEINTGES ASSOCIATES 14 PENN PLAZA W 34TH ST), 6TH FLOOR +1 646 452 452 7058(225 TT +1 646 7058 NEW YORK, NY 10122-0002 440 PARK AVENUE SOUTH, 15TH FL. T +1 917 339 9300 NEW YORK, NY 10016 USA HEINTGES T +1 212 652 2966ASSOCIATES HEINTGES ASSOCIATES

FACADE CONSULTANT

TYP TYP

A-550 A-550

GL-01

TOUCH TRANSOM

INTERIOR

228 E. 228 E. 45TH 45TH ST. ST. #3 #3 HEINTGES ASSOCIATES NEW NEW YORK, YORK, NY NY 10017 10017 USA USA COSENTINI TT +1 212 9888 440 AVENUE +1PARK 212 687 687 9888 SOUTH, 15TH FL. NEW YORK, NY 10016 USA3RD FL. 2 PENNSYLVANIA PLAZA, T +1 212 652NY 2966 NEW YORK, 10121 USA COSENTINI T +1 212 687 3600 COSENTINI CIVIL ENGINEER VERTICAL TRANSPORTATION CONSULTANT 22 PENNSYLVANIA PENNSYLVANIA PLAZA, PLAZA, 3RD 3RD FL. FL. LANGAN NEW YORK, YORK, NY NY 10121 10121 USA USA NEW WILLIAMS TEDGETT 212 3600 21 PENN PLAZA T +1 +1 212 687 687 3600360 W 31ST ST NEWAVENUE YORK, NY OF10001-2727 THE AMERICAS, 5TH FL. VERTICAL TRANSPORTATION TRANSPORTATION CONSULTANT CONSULTANT 117 VERTICAL T +1 212 479NY 5400 NEW YORK, 10036 USA EDGETT WILLIAMS T +1 646 452 7058 EDGETT WILLIAMS GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEER

14'-0"

3'-8" 3'-8"

3'-8" 3'-8" 14'-0"

MTL-04 INSULATED SHADOWBOX MTL-04

INSULATED SHADOWBOX INSULATED SHADOWBOX GL-01

22

MTL-03 TOUCH MTL-03TRANSOM FIRE SAFING MTL-04 MTL-04 W/ SMOKE SEAL SHADE BY TENANT FIRE SAFING FIRE SAFINGSHADOWBOX INSULATED W/ W/ SMOKE SMOKE SEAL SEAL CEILING BY TENANT INSULATED INSULATED SHADOWBOX SHADOWBOX

3'-8"

3'-8"

T.O.S. / STACK JT.

14'-0"

A-550 A-550

MTL-04 CEILING MTL-03 MTL-03 BY TENANT

3'-8"

TYP

2 INSULATED SHADOWBOX FINISH FLOOR BY FINISH FLOOR BY TENANT TENANT

TYP TYP

MTL-01 MTL-01

FIRE SAFING W/ SMOKE SEAL TOUCH TRANSOM FIRE SAFING FIRE SAFING MTL-03 W/ SMOKE SEAL SHADE BY TENANT W/ SMOKE SEAL

FIRE SAFING FINISH FLOOR W/ SMOKE SEALBY TENANT

3'-8"

TYP

14'-0"

22 MTL-01 INSULATED SHADOWBOX

14'-0" 14'-0"

A-550

3'-8"

GL-01 MTL-03

STRUCTURAL ENGINEER

GL-01

MEP ENGINEERS

MEP MEP ENGINEERS ENGINEERS

MTL-04

GL-02

WSP T +1 212GROUP 687 9888 WSP GROUP

FACADE CONSULTANT

T.O.S. / STACK JT.

MTL-03

2 FINISH MTL-04 FLOOR FINISH FLOOR BY BY TENANT TENANT

10'-0"

STRUCTURAL STRUCTURAL ENGINEER ENGINEER

A-510 A-510

T.O.S. /. STACK JT

MTL-01

401 WELLINGTON ST. 401 WELLINGTON ST. W., W., 3RD 3RD FLOOR FLOOR EDGETT WILLIAMS TORONTO, ON TORONTO, ON M5V M5V 1E7 1E7 CANADA CANADA WSP 117 OF THE AMERICAS, 5TH FL. +1AVENUE 416GROUP 967 1500 1500 TT +1 416 967 NEWE.YORK, NY 10036 228 45TH ST. #3 USA T +1 646 452NY 7058 NEW YORK, 10017 USA

STRUCTURAL ENGINEER

A-510 44

COL.

TYP

A-550

10" 10"

4

COL.

FINISH FLOOR BY TENANT

2'-6"

GL-02

14'-0"

COL.

A-510 A-510

GL-02

14'-0"

COL.

8 A-510 88

COL. T.O.S. / STACK JT.

14'-0"

TYP

14'-0"

2 A-550 MTL-01

GL-01 FIRE SAFING W/ SMOKE SEAL FINISH GL-01 FLOOR BY TENANT

14'-0"

4" 4" +/+/- 10" 10"

COL.

FINISH FLOOR BY TENANT

4" +/- 10" 2'-6" 2'-6"

CLEAR CEILING HEIGHT

2'-6"

GL-02

1'-3 1/2"

COL.

10'-0"

COL.

61 BROADWAY, S NEW YORK, NY 1 T +1 347 549 4141

AAI ARCHIT

401 WELLINGTON TORONTO, ON M T +1 416 967 1500

GL-02

CLEAR CEILING HEIGHT

2'-6" 2'-6"

BJARKE ING

ARCHITECT OF RECORD

228 E. 45TH ST. # NEW YORK, NY 1 T +1 212 687 9888

14'-0"

2'-6"

DESIGN ARCHITECT

MTL-02

1'-3 1/2"

COL.

45 ROCKEFELLER CENTER NEW YORK, NY 10111 USA T +1 212 715 0300

GL-02

NEW YORK, NY 10121 USA3RD FLOOR 401 WELLINGTON ST. W., T +1 212 687ON 3600 TORONTO, M5V 1E7 CANADA ARCHITECTS, P.C. T +1 416 967 1500 VERTICAL TRANSPORTATION CONSULTANT AAI AAI ARCHITECTS, P.C.

ARCHITECT ARCHITECT OF OF RECORD RECORD

GL-01

CLIEN

TISHMAN SPEYER

MTL-02

BJARKE GROUP T +1 347 549 INGELS 4141 BJARKE INGELS GROUP 61 61 BROADWAY, BROADWAY, SUITE SUITE 3300 3300 COSENTINI NEW YORK, YORK, NY NY 10006 10006 USA USA NEW ARCHITECTS, P.C. TT PENNSYLVANIA +1 2AAI +1 347 347 549 549 4141 4141 PLAZA, 3RD FL.

MEP ENGINEERS ARCHITECT OF RECORD

COL.

GL-02

NEW YORK, NY 10017 61 BROADWAY, SUITEUSA 3300 TNEW +1 212 687 NY 9888 YORK, 10006 USA

DESIGN DESIGN ARCHITECT ARCHITECT

10"

14'-0"

A-510

2'-6"

CEILING BY TENANT

12'-0"

A-510

4" +/- 10"

SHADE BY TENANT

CEILING BY TENANT

WSP GROUP BJARKE INGELS GROUP 228 E. 45TH ST. #3

45 ROCKEFELLER CENTER DESIGN ARCHITECT 45 ROCKEFELLER CENTER NEW YORK, YORK, NY NY 10111 10111 USA USA NEW +1 212 212 715 715 0300 0300 TT +1

TYP

2 A-553

SHADE BY TENANT

CLEAR CEILING HEIGHT

2'-6"

4

COL.

66 HUDSON BOULEVARD NEW YORK, NY 10001

MTL-11 TYP

2 A-553

AAI ARCHITECTS, P.C.

401 WELLINGTON ST. W., 3RD FLOOR TORONTO, ON M5V 1E7 CANADA T +1 416 967 1500

CLEAR CEILING HEIGHT

2'-6"

COL.

8

45 ROCKEFELLER CENTER CLIEN CLIEN NEW YORK, NY 10111 USA TISHMAN SPEYER T +1 212 715 0300 STRUCTURAL ENGINEER TISHMAN SPEYER

66 HUDSON BOULEVA

FG

MTL-11

61 BROADWAY, SUITE 3300 NEW YORK, NY 10006 USA T +1 347 549 4141

TISHMAN SPEYER

COL.

MTL-05

FG

DESIGN ARCHITECT

66 HUDSON BOULEVARD NEW YORK, NY 10001

ARCHITECT OF RECORD 66 HUDSON 66 HUDSON BOULEVARD BOULEVARD CLIEN NEW NEW YORK, YORK, NY NY 10001 10001

COL.

MTL-04 MTL-03

14'-0"

45 ROCKEFELLER CENTER NEW YORK, NY 10111 USA T +1 212 715 0300

BJARKE INGELS GROUP 66 HUDSON BOULEVARD 66 HUDSON BOULEVARD

COL.

MTL-01

FIRE SAFING W/ SMOKE SEAL

T.O.S. / STACK JT.

T.O.S. / STACK JT.

INSULATED SHADOWBOX

2'-0"

MTL-04 MTL-03

66 HUDSON BOULEVARD NEW YORK, NY 10001

CLIEN

COL .

FINISH FLOOR BY TENANT

MTL-01

TISHMAN SPEYER

53 A-520 A-599

4" +/- 10"

T.O.S. / STACK JT.

INSULATED SHADOWBOX

66 HUDSON BOULEVARD

6 A-520

2'-6"

FINISH FLOOR BY TENANT

BIG NY 2018/ BIM LEAD, DESIGNER/ REVIT DRAWING, 3D MODELING, RENDERING, DIAGRAMS, MODEL

COL.

COL. 2'-6"

2'-0"

COL.

PCC-01

2

EWS 02 - SPIRAL TYP TOWER ENLARGED AXON

1

EWS 02 - SPIRAL TYP TOWER ENLARGED PLAN 1 1/2" = 1'-0"

TYP.

5'-0" CL

TYP.

5'-0" CL

TYP.

5'-0" CL

TYP.

2'-6"

1'-4 1/2"

EWS 02 - SPI TYP PROJECT NO

14508 SCALE

1/2" = 1'-0"

FORMAT

A-510 A-510

ARCH E

SHEET NO

A-520

DATE

02/17/17

DATE DATE

04/21/17 04/21/17

TYP. PANEL W/ RETURN & SOFFIT

TYP. PANEL

TYP. SPIRAL PANEL

7


THE SPIRAL

EWS-04 - P.C.

2 EQ. PANELS

COL

2 2

T

1/

TERRACE TYPE B _ LEVEL 12 PL 1/2" = 1'-0"

BUILDING EDGE

COL

3

3

TERRACE VIEW

8

TERRACE AXON_LEVEL 12

3

TERRACE AXON_LEVEL 12

1

TERRACE TYPE B_ LEVEL 12 DR 1/2" = 1'-0"

TERRACE AXON_LEVEL 19

TERRACE AXON_LEVEL 3 19

TERRACE AXONS

1

T

1/


COL. 10'-0"

COL.

A-523

COL.

COL.

COL.

2'-6"

FINISH FLOOR BY TENANT

MTL-07 MTL-01

8

MTL-07

FINISH FLOOR BY TENANT T.O.S. / STACK JT.

STACK JT.

5

4

A-574

A-574

T.O.S. / STACK JT.

T.O.S. / STACK JT.

STACK JT.

MTL-01 TYP

A-552

66 HUDSON BOULEVARD NEW YORK, NY 10001

CLIEN

66 HUDSON BOULEVARD NEW YORK, NY 10001

CLIEN

TISHMAN SPEYER

TISHMAN SPEYER

45 ROCKEFELLER CENTER NEW YORK, NY 10111 USA T +1 212 715 0300

MTL-12

45 ROCKEFELLER CENTER NEW YORK, NY 10111 USA T +1 212 715 0300

DESIGN ARCHITECT

ARCHITECT OF RECORD

14'-0"

AAI ARCHITECTS, P.C. 401 WELLINGTON ST. W., 3RD FLOOR TORONTO, ON M5V 1E7 CANADA T +1 416 967 1500

MTL-05

FK

MTL-05

WSP GROUP

2

TYP

A-574

MEP ENGINEERS

9'-9"

9'-9"

MTL-05

MTL-05

24'-0" 24'-0"

HEINTGES ASSOCIATES 440 PARK AVENUE SOUTH, 15TH FL. NEW YORK, NY 10016 USA T +1 212 652 2966

STACK JT. STACK JT.

INTERIOR

INTERIOR

EXTERIOR

EXTERIOR

21 PENN PLAZA 360 W 31ST ST NEW YORK, NY 10001-2727 T +1 212 479 5400

GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEER

TYP

MTL-05

14'-0"

FP 9

MUESER RUTLEDGE CONSULTING ENGINEERS

GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEER

14 PENN PLAZA (225 W 34TH ST), 6TH FLOOR NEW YORK, NY 10122-0002 T +1 917 339 9300

A-552

MTL-05

8'-5 3/4"

10'-0"

C.I.P.

14'-0" ROOF

INTERIOR

8'-5 3/4"

STACK JOINT SPLIT TRANSOM

FIRE DEPARTMENT CONNECTION

EXTERIOR

FIRE DEPARTMENT CONNECTION

FIRE DEPARTMENT CONNECTION

1 RETAIL

A-574

T.O.S.

HIGH ZONE 37 TO ROOF

LOW ZONE CELLAR TO 36

RS-01 GL-02

GL-02

8"

T.O.BULKHEAD

T.O.S.

T.O.BULKHEAD

1

GL-01

TYP

SIAMESE CONNECTIONS & TEST PUMPS

T.O.S.

SIAMESE CONNECTIONS

SIAMESE CONNECTIONS

A-584

STACK JOINT

4'-10"

3

1"

TYP

A-584

4'-0"

10"

FP

GRT-22

1'-9 1/2" STACK JT.

MTL-01

PCC-01

STACK JT.

TRUCK ENTRY ENLARGED SECTION

5

1/2" = 1'-0"

4

SERVICE ENTRY ENLARGED SECTION 1/2" = 1'-0"

3

SERVICE ENTRY ENLARGED ELEVATION 1/2" = 1'-0"

EWS 02 - SPIRAL PARAPET ENLARGED AXON

12'-0"

FP

12'-0"

MTL-02

4'-2 3/4"

COL.

COL.

16'-4 3/4"

4 A-523

8'-0"

10 3/4"

5

1'-7"

GL-02

GL-02

GL-02

GL-01

14'-0"

PAV-00

T.O.ROOF

OPEN TO BELOW

T.O.ROOF

INTERIOR

COL.

CL COLMUN

ROOF

F.O.P.

MTL-05

STACK JT.

MTL-01

2'-0 1/2"

11'-0 3/4"

3'-11 1/2"

11'-0 3/4"

EXTERIOR

MTL-05

4'-1 1/2"

1'-9 1/2"

EWS 02 - SPIRAL TYP FP

COL. 9

4'-1"

6'-0"

GL-02

INTERIOR

F.O.G.

18'-9 1/4"

STACK JT.

51'-0 1/4"

TYP

FP

A-557

3'-10"

FOLDING COUNTERWEIGHT BALANCED DOOR

COL. EXTERIOR

MTL-05

CL

MTL-02 BMU

GL-02

TRACK

1 A-556

5'-10"

TYP

5'-10"

10

TYP

A-557

02/09/2018

DESIGN DEVELOPMENT

DATE

ISSUE

SEAL

SPLIT TRANSOM

COL.

24'-0"

EWS 02 - SPIRAL PARAPET ENLARGED PLAN 2

CL

GL-01

2

FOLDING COUNTERWEIGHT BALANCED DOOR

SERVICE ENTRY ENLARGED PLAN 2 1/2" = 1'-0"

18'-0"

DESIGN DEVELOP

KEY

INTERIOR

TYP

4"

35TH STREET

9'-0"

34TH STREET

1'-8 1/2"

MECH.

6 3/4"

TYP

1

TYP

11

TERRACE

TYP

6

A-557

A-557

5'-10"

COL.

BMU TRACK

5'-10" LC

17'-6"

EWS 02 - SPIRAL PARAPET ENLARGED PLAN 1 1/2" = 1'-0"

BMU TRACK

COL.

10" 4" +/-

COL.

POSITIVE SLOPE TO DRAIN

E.O.S. B.O.M.

F.O.G.

2'-6"

EXTERIOR

LC LC

EWS 02 - SPIRAL PARAPET ENLARGED SECTION 1/2" = 1'-0"

1

EWS 02 - SPIRAL PARAPET ENLARGED ELEVATION 1/2" = 1'-0"

SCALE

1/2" = 1'-0"

FORMAT

ARCH E

2'-0 1/2"

PCC-01

A-523

DATE

11'-0 3/4"

3'-11 1/2"

11'-0 3/4"

4'-1 1/2"

2'-4 3/4"

5'-6"

2'-8 3/4"

3'-3 1/4"

4'-0 1/4"

1'-0 3/4"

SERVIC ENTRAN

51'-2 3/4"

1

SHEET NO

SERVICE ENTRY ENLARGED PLAN 1 1/2" = 1'-0"

PROJECT NO

14508

SHEET NO

A-574

SCALE

1/2" = 1'-0"

FORMAT

ARCH E DATE

08/22/17

TOP OF THE SPIRAL

C.I.P.

SHEET NAME

14508

2

34TH STREET

N

DRAINAGE

COL.

35TH STREET

BAR

PROJECT NO

5'-10"

EXTERIOR

SHEET NAME

EWS 02 - SPIRAL ROOF PARAPET

T.O.S.

SIAMESE CONNECTIONS

MTL-05

MTL-05

COL.

BAR

T.O.S.

PCC-01

T.O.S.

1'-4"

3'-1 1/2" 2'-6"

TYP

A-552

1'-3 1/2"

4'-6" 10 A-556

SIAMESE CONNECTIONS

SIAMESE CONNECTIONS & TEST PUMPS

11'-11 3/4"

INTERIOR

1'-9 1/2"

10TH AVENUE

HUDSON BOULEVARD

8 1/2" 4 1/2"

3 A-523

HUDSON BOULEVARD

7

THESE DRAWINGS ARE INSTRUM AND AS SUCH MAY NOT BE US PROJECTS, FOR ADDITIONS TO T COMPLETION OF THIS PROJE

KEY

A-552

3

DESIGN DEVELOPMENT

ISSUE

DESIGN DEVELOPMENT

18'-0"

GL-02 MTL-01

MUESE CONSU

14 PENN P NEW YOR T +1 917 3

DRA RESS PROG CONST R NOT FO

THESE DRAWINGS ARE INSTRUMENTS OF SERVICE AND AS SUCH MAY NOT BE USED FOR OTHER PROJECTS, FOR ADDITIONS TO THIS PROJECT OR COMPLETION OF THIS PROJECT BY OTHERS.

COL.

5 3/4" 6 1/2"

ROOF

LANGA

21 PENN P NEW YOR T +1 212 4

02/09/2018

COL.

1/2" = 1'-0"

10"

HEINTG

440 PARK NEW YOR T +1 212 6

DATE SEAL

INGS DRAW TION RESS PROG CONSTRUC R NOT FO

F.O.G.

17'-6"

4

E.O.S. B.O.M.

4"

MTL-12

5'-10"

24'-0"

CL

BMU TRACK

TYP

10"

MTL-01

COL. 9 A-556

EDGET

117 AVEN NEW YOR T +1 646 4

CIVIL ENGINEER

LANGAN

1'-0"

COSEN

2 PENNSY NEW YOR T +1 212 6

FACADE CONSULTANT

MTL-05

CIVIL ENGINEER

GL-01

MTL-05

WSP G

228 E. 45T NEW YOR T +1 212 6

VERTICAL TRANSPORTATION CONSULTANT

EDGETT WILLIAMS 117 AVENUE OF THE AMERICAS, 5TH FL. NEW YORK, NY 10036 USA T +1 646 452 7058

FACADE CONSULTANT

MTL-01

61 BROAD NEW YOR T +1 347 5

AAI AR

401 WELL TORONTO T +1 416 9

MEP ENGINEERS

COSENTINI 2 PENNSYLVANIA PLAZA, 3RD FL. NEW YORK, NY 10121 USA T +1 212 687 3600

VERTICAL TRANSPORTATION CONSULTANT

FP

BJARK

STRUCTURAL ENGINEER

228 E. 45TH ST. #3 NEW YORK, NY 10017 USA T +1 212 687 9888

STACK JOINT

DESIGN ARCHITECT

ARCHITECT OF RECORD

FK

STRUCTURAL ENGINEER

GL-02

STACK JT.

STACK JT.

3'-0"

GL-02

STACK JT.

BJARKE INGELS GROUP 61 BROADWAY, SUITE 3300 NEW YORK, NY 10006 USA T +1 347 549 4141

14'-0"

STACK JOINT

66 HUDSON BOULEV

LVR-1

DUCT PLENUM SEE MECH

MTL-03 MTL-07

6'-0"

6'-0"

66 HUDSON BOULEVARD

GL-04

5'-10 1/2"

GL-04 FP

BIG NY 2018/ BIM LEAD, DESIGNER/ REVIT DRAWING, 3D MODELING, RENDERING, DIAGRAMS, MODEL

2

COL. 10 3/4"

ROOF

03/16/17

TRUCK ELEVATOR ENTRANCE

9


15'-0"

3'-3 1/2"

66 HUDSON BOULEVARD CLIEN

TISHMAN SPEYER

2'-4 1/2"

12.9 13.0

ARCHITECT OF RECORD

20'-0"

80'-0"

6'-9 1/4"

10'-6"

8'-5 1/4"

7'-6"

7'-8 3/4"

21'-11 1/4"

29'-10"

10'-8"

9'-10 1/2"

9'-1 1/2"

9'-10 3/4"

11'-6"

9'-10 3/4"

9'-10 3/4"

19'-9 1/2"

12'-4 1/4"

2'-8 1/4"

MEP ENGINEERS

COSENTINI

13'-7"

12'-11 3/4"

1:38

5'-0"

A-671 3'-5 1/4" TOFF

11'-4"

22'-1"

1:35

1:54

1:56

1:29

1:29

5

8'-5 1/4"

9'-9"

A-672 1:53

A-672

10'-0 1/4"

5'-9 1/4"

10.9

119 4'-0 1/4" TOFF NORTH GALLERYFLOOR PLAN GENERAL NOTES FIN TUBE RADIATOR

20'-9" 1:36

FUTURE MECHANICAL FLOOR SLAB PLANTER BENCH

11.8 A-672

A-672

4'-2 3/4" TOFF

A-672

1:12

C. TYPICAL FLOOR PLAN DIMENSIONS ARE TO FACE OF OUTERMOST LAYER OF FINISH U.N.O.

1:55

D. ALL PARTITIONS EXTEND TO U/S OF SLAB U.N.O. E. REFER TO STRUCTURAL DRAWINGS FOR MEMBER LOCATIONS. F. EQUIPMENT SHOWN FOR REFERENCE ONLY. REFER TO M/E/P DRAWINGS FOR MORE INFORMATION. G. PLUMBING FOR DRINKING FOUNTAINS TO BE SURFACE MOUNTED.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14

11'-6"

17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25

2

3

AC-01

1

4'-10" 2'-0"

13'-3"

C 2 MTL-39 611

MTL-39

C2 611

11'-7" TOFF 11'-4" TOS

2'-10" TOFF

M 2 8B

8'-0 1/4"

1:38

A-676

12'-10 3/4"

2

STAIR A STAIR F

1:53

1:35

GAS VENT

A-676 2'-3 3/4" TOFF

2'-1 1/4" TOFF

37'-9"

1:54

2'-10" TOFF

1:36

A-676

MAT STOR

A-676

11'-7" TOFF 9'-1" TOS

2

5'-0"

F 0 PLA-01 320B

12'-0 3/4"

12 12'-4"

8'-9 3/4" TOFF

5'-8 1/4" TOFF

9'-1 1/4" TOFF

9'-3 3/4" TOFF

9'-7" TOFF

SHEET NAME

11'-4" 1:54

6

3'-3 3/4" TOFF

3'-0 1/2" TOFF 12'-4"

M 2 PLA-20 10

19

12'-7 1/2"

A-6

RETAIL

BAR

5'-5 3/4" TOFF

18'-4"

2'-0 1/4"

1'-10 1/4" TOFF

TYP

1

9'-0" TOFF

N

A-677

A-730 M 2 GRT-11 10

5'-0"

34TH STREET

3'-5" T

10" TE-2

TYP

A-730

1'-1 1/2"

10'-0"

13'-5"

12'-11" TOS2'-1 1/4" TOFF

1'-4"

GL-08 M 2 10

A-671

FIN TUBE RADIATOR ACCESS HATCH PLANTER - SEE LANDSCAPE BENCH AREAWAY FOR INTAKE/EXHAUST 1:35 DAVIT EGRESS DOOR LOCATION SUBJECT TO TENANT FITOUT BUILDING MAINTENANCE UNIT BUILDING MAINTENANCE UNIT TRACK

5

3

TE-1

3

A-677

RETAIL ENTRY

C2 611

STOR

37'-4"

DN

SE-05

SERVIC LOBBY

13'-7"

10'-10"

LOBBY Z3PLAN SERVICE ENTRANCE

2

TYP 11'-3 3/4" TOS

15'-0"

[NO SLOPE]

GL-08 M 2 10

8'-9" TOFF

19

5'-0"

2 3/4"

4'-11 3/4" TOFF

4'-9" TOFF

18'-6"

REVOLVING DOOR SECURITY TURNSTILES VESTIBULE BY TENANT SIAMESE CONNECTION HOSE BIBB 1:50 1:36 TEST PUMPS FUTURE FLOOR KNOCKOUT OVERFLOW TANK VENT HOUSEKEEPING PAD - SEE MEP FOR EQUIPMENT LOCATIONS GAS REGULATOR VENT & GAS METER ROOM VENT TRANSFORMER GRATING FUTURE FLOOR KNOCKOUT FOR RETAIL ELEVATOR FUTURE FLOOR KNOCKOUT FOR TENANT CELLAR ACCESS GRL-00, MECH PLENUM BELOW

5'-8" TOFF

PLA-20 M 2 10

KEYNOTES

11'-6"

A. PROJECT DATUM / 0 = NAVD88 EL +32.23'

B. ALL FLOOR ELEVATIONS GIVEN ARE TO TOP OF FINISH U.N.O.

ROOF DRAIN AND OVERFLOW - SEE PLUMBING

7'-10" TOFF 7'-7" TOS

7'-5 1/2"

6'-6 1/4"

MTL-39

1:58

70'-1 3/4"

HUDSON BLVD ENTRY

25'-6" 8'-6"

20'-0" 30'-0"

A-677

M 2 MTL-39 10

8

1'-7 3/4"A-581

GRT-11 M 2 10

1'-10" TOFF

9'-9" 1:56

2

13'-4 1/4"

RECEPTION

10"

5'-1 1/2"

9.9

1

A-730

22'-1"

2'-6"

19'-9 1/2" 12'-11 3/4"

10'-8"

LOBBY Z2

6

10

UP

4 35TH5STREET

9'-10 3/4"

7"

4'-6 1/2"

DESIGN DEVELOPMENT

38'-9"

HUDSON BOULEVARD

8.9

30'-0"

11'-9 1/2" TOS

STAIR E STAIR C 1'-7 1/2" T.O.F.F.

INGS DRAW TI8'-9 ON1/4" RESS 2.2% PROG CONSTRUC R NOT FO

9'-10 3/4"

4

12'-7 1/2"

HUDSON BLVD LOBBY

AND AS SUCH MAY NOT BE USED FOR OTHER PROJECTS, FOR ADDITIONS TO THIS PROJECT OR COMPLETION OF THIS PROJECT BY OTHERS.

25'-6 1/2"

3'-10 1/4"

7.9

2'-10" TOFF

18'-4"

ISSUE

11'-1 1/2"

1 9'-8"

6

PROJECT NO

14508

10'-8 1/2"

A-580

FLOOR 01 PLAN

A-672 4 3/4"

TAIL TRY1:29

GL-08 M 2 10

11'-0"

DATE

TRUCK ENTRY

4 5 6

3'-5 1/4"

11'-4" 1:54

12'-7 1/4"

1:65 DESIGN DEVELOPMENT 50% DD SD ADDENDUM 1 SCHEMATIC DESIGN 50% SD

KEY

M 2 10

5'-0"

30'-0"

9'-8 1/4"

1

2'-11 3/4"

39'-1"

7'-0"

1'-4" SERVICE MESS CENTER THESE DRAWINGS ARE INSTRUMENTS OF SERVICE

3'-5 3/4"

RETAIL ENTRY

3'-8 1/2" TOFF PLA-20 M 2 10

3'-2"

30'-0"

9'-11 3/4"

SECURITY

02/09/2018 08/04/2017 05/19/2017 04/21/2017 02/17/2017

A.0

6"

12'-2 1/2"

4

11'-6 1/4" TOS

12'-0"

1:35

FC DESK

A-670

11'-3 3/4" TOS

5 3/4"

7'-7" TOS

SEAL

8'-6 1/4"

10'-4"

M 2 8B

A-670

2.1%

2

12'-4 1/4"

9 A-581

18'-4"

30'-0"

A-672

1

14

10'-10" TOFF

K9

A.5

8'-10 3/4"

2

RETAIL ENTRY

1:13

30'-0"

LEGEND

16'-0 1/2"

7'-3" T.O.F.F. 7'-0" TOS

9

4

M 2 PLA-20 10

34TH ST. A-730 ENTRY

WEST 34TH STREET 2'-3 3/4" TOFF

3'-0"

6'-7 1/2"

3

1

PLA-20 M 2 10

30'-0"

6.9

9'-1 3/4"

8'-9"

TENANT RETAIL

6'-7 1/2"

3'-6"

1'-4 1/2"

10'-10"

B.0

8'-6" 5'-5"

1:53

9'-10 3/4"

TRUCK 1 ENTRY

1:37

F 0 GL-08 100

11'-0"

10'-4" 1:38

1:53

RETAIL 1:29

4'-5" TOFF 4'-2" TOS

HUDSON BOULEVARD

UP 4'-5" TOFF

1:29

30'-0"

2'-1 1/4" TOFF

7'-10" TOFF

SERV ENTRY

A-589

FUEL OIL FILL BOX & TANK VENT

10'-9"

7'-7" TOS

9'-0 1/4"

4'-2" TOS

1

1'-10" TOFF

9'-4 3/4"

RETAIL

2'-2"

TYP

40'-0"

M 2 PLA-20 10

M 2 PLA-20 10

19'-0"

6 A-581

7'-7" TOS

10"

7'-11"

5'-4 1/2" TOFF

2'-2 3/4"

9'-5 1/2"

7'-10" TOFF

4'-4 1/4"

RETAIL ENTRY

10TH AVENUE

1.6%

1.6%

4 5

A-730 19

2'-10"

1:38

FC PANELS

A-800

11

9'-11 1/2"

TYP

51'-4 1/2"

5.9

M 2 PCC-02 10

19

11'-0"

11'-6"

M 2 GRT-11 10

A-671 2'-10" TOFF

5

29'-10"

19

10'-8"

19

9'-5 3/4"

TYP

1

21'-11 1/4"

C.2

1.2%

12

M 2 8B

GRT-11 4'-1" M 2 10

10

A-581

A-730

A-730 PLA-20 M 2 10

TYP

3

RETAIL ENTRY

TYP

A-730

1'-9"

8'-9 1/4"

TYP

1

1'-5 1/4"7'-8 3/4"

9'-10 1/2"

11 10'-2 3/4"

1.2%

9'-7" TOFF

3"

4

1

3

4.9

9'-3 3/4" TOFF

A-675 A-674

UP

3

11

M 2 GL-08 10

7'-9 1/2"

8'-9 3/4" TOFF

GRT-11 M 2 10

A-730

3'-9"

30'-0" M 2 GRT-11 10

11

1:38

1:53 F 0 GL-08 100

5'-0"

STAIR B

5'-0"

A-679

10'-3 1/4"

11 1/4"

3 1/4"

1:29

1:29

1:26 A-730

35TH STREET TENANT LOBBY

1

11

14

14

1'-5" TOS

RETAIL ENTRY

A-670

10'-0"

7'-7"AC-01 TOS

5'-8" TOFF

3

4'-2" TOFF

2

M 2 8A

2

4

34TH STREET TENANT LOBBY

STOR

TYP

3'-11 3/4"

STOR

1:52

STOR

11

4

1.4% 1'-8" TOFF

1'-7 3/4"

6'-0"

3.9

5'-0"

MAT STOR

4'-0"

2

A-680

TYP

2'-6"

M 2 GRT-11 10

41'-1 1/4"

-2 1/4"

2.9

5 A-676 8'-9 3/4" TOFF

5'-8 1/4" TOFF

10'-6"

10'-7 1/2"

9'-1 1/2"

10TH AVE.

14

9'-7" TOFF

32

13

1'-7 3/4"

RETAIL ENTRY

1:12 197'-6" 10'-10 3/4"

10TH 8'-5 AVE 1/4" LOBBY M 2 GRT-11 10

10'-4"

8'-5 1/4"

1'-1"

12.9 13.0 1

2'-3 3/4" TOFF

2'-1 1/4" TOFF

119'-2"

80'-0"

2

7'-9 1/2"

4'-10 1/2" TOFF

1'-11"

-6" TOS

PLA-20 M 2 10 30'-0"

30'-0"

-5 3/4"

RETAIL ENTRY

50'-1 1/4"

78'-2" 2

A-673

16'-0 1/2" 35'-0"

25'-0"

GL-08 M 2 10

70'-0"

5

9'-1 1/4" TOFF

8'-9" TOS

1:54

6'-0"

10'-3 1/4"

30'-0"

1

30'-0"

10 TH AVENUE ENTRY

GRT-11 M 2 10

ELEC

5'-5 3/4" TOFF

40'-0"

3

-3" TOFF

1:12 20'-6 3/4"

1:35

4'-11 3/4" TOFF

7'-4 3/4"

A-730

RETAIL

10'-0"

RETAIL ENTRY

10" 5

4

3

1

12.0 M 2 PLA-20 10

1'-10" TOFF

19

PLA-20 M 2 10

TYP

1 A-730

M 2 GRT-11 10

M 2 PLA-20 10

D.5

2'-2"

GRT-11 M 2 10

5'-4 1/2" TOFF

11.0

4 5

A-674

STOR

A-670

9.8

A-730

3

11'-4 1/4"

3 A-673

RECEPTION 1'-7 3/4"

7'-6"

611

TYP

1:50

1

4 A-671

10'-3 1/4"

11'-7 1/4"

30'-0" GRT-11 M 2 10

A-678

9.0

A-679

6'-0"

40'-0"

1:29

A-581

19

10

C 2 MTL-39 611

C 2 MTL-39 611

A-730

14'-0"

1:46

11" 10 A-589

RETAIL ENTRY

1'-5 1/4"

30'-0" M 2 GL-08

8'-5 1/2"

LOBBY Z1

5'-5 3/4" TOFF

4'-9" TOFF

4'-2" TOFF

1.1%

UP

4

RETAIL ENTRY

20'-0"

1

1.1%

10'-0 1/4"

A-678

MTL-39

1

6'-0"

BLACK CAR ENTRY

10 3/4" TOS

A-580 11"

3"

30'-0"

1'-1"

FC PANELS

10'-8"

2

1

1:36

4'-2 3/4" TOFF

5'-4 3/4"

MZ-01

3

4

2

RETAIL

10

PLA-20 M 2 10

2

6'-9 1/4" C2

6'-3"

C2 611

A-675

A-676

BK STAIR

25'-6 1/2"

10'-0 1/4" 8'-6 1/4"

RETAIL ENTRY

STAIR D STAIR G

WEST 35TH STREET 7

M 2 GL-08 10

1:38

1:53

A-673

29'-9"

% 2.3

8'-6 1/4"

30'-0"

LOBBY Z4

2

4'-0 1/4" TOFF

%

5 A-580UP

A-580

0.9

F 0 GL-08 100

10'-4"

4

111 5'-4 3/4" SOUTH GALLERY

4'-10 1/2"

PLA-20 M 2 10

STAIR H -6" TOS

A-580

-1'-3 3/4"

10'-0"

4'-9" TOFF

1:55

1:44

6

4 5

2.5

4'-6 3/4" TOFF

13

-3" TOFF

3

50'-1 1/4"

MTL-39

2

3'-3 3/4" TOFF

3'-0 1/2" TOFF

4'-3 3/4" TOFF

-6" TOS

3"

-8 1/2"

1:26

1:29 3

3

A-676

1'-2" TOS

-3" TOFF

-4 1/4"

1'-5 1/2"

10'-10"

C 2 MTL-39 611

C2 611

DN

30'-10"

11'-0"

A-678

4'-0 1/4" TOFF

35TH ST. ENTRY

1:36

2'-10" TOFF

4'-11 1/4"

RETAIL1'-5" TOFF

PROJECT DATUM +32.230' ABOVE NAVD88

2

A-676

A-580

2'-8"

1:37

9'-7" TOFF

9'-3 3/4" TOFF

11'-0"

2

MTL-39

STAIR A STAIR F

1:54

1:35

M 2 PLA-20 10

19

2

A-676 2'-3 3/4" TOFF

12

4 1/2"

A-672

2

LOBBY Z5

C 2 MTL-39 611

5'-3 1/2"

1:29

1:29 1:53

2'-1 1/4" TOFF

4'-6 3/4"

2'-8 1/4"

15'-0"

A-677

3'-5" TOS

1:49

-1 1/2"

10'-8 1/2"

FC DESK

MECH

1 4 3/4"

1'-10"

30'-0"

1:29

35TH ST. ENTRY

1'-1 1/2"

2 3/4"

9'-1 1/4" TOFF

9'-8"

35'-0"

1:54

8'-9 3/4" TOFF

5'-8 1/4" TOFF

11'-1 1/2"

20'-0"

1:35

11'-0"

4'-7 1/2"

C2 611

1'-5 1/2"

15'-0"

1:50

50'-0"LOBBY Z6

2'-10" TOFF

1

A-730 M 2 GRT-11 10

1:38 A-676

1'-10 1/4" TOFF

TYP

1

A-730

A-730 4 5 19

MTL-39

8.0

20'-0"

1:36

5'-0"

2

TYP

3

4

GL-08 M 2 10 TYP

A-671

7.0

A-201

1:55

2

C 2 MTL-39 611

4'-3 1/2"

C2 611

2'-1 1/4" TOFF

STOR

1'-4"

1

F 0 PLA-01 320B

9'-1" TOS

[NO SLOPE]

GL-08 M 2 10

2.2%

6"

2

5'-0"

11'-7" TOFF

1:26

MTL-39

M 2 8A

PLA-20 M 2 10

E.8 12'-0 3/4"

MAT STOR

[NO SLOPE]

2

2'-4 1/2"

5'-0"

1:36

2

1 M 2 MTL-39 10

1'-7 3/4"

GRT-11 M 2 10

1'-10" TOFF

1:65

6.0

5'-0"

3'-5" TOFF

LOBBY Z3

A-671

12'-4"

5

3

1'-7 1/2" T.O.F.F.

10'-0"

5'-5 3/4" TOFF

11'-4"

SERVICE LOBBY

A-677

A-677

15'-0"

LOBBY Z2

6

RECEPTION

1/2" HUDSON3'-3 BLVD LOBBY

14

HUDSON BLVD ENTRY

70'-1 3/4"

2'-10 1/4"

4'-11 3/4" TOFF

4'-9" TOFF

18'-4"

25'-0"

10'-10"

A-677

5

HUDSON BOULEVARD

A-670

31'-0 1/2"

2.1%

4'-2 3/4" TOFF

11'-6"

4

1'-4 1/2"

SE-05

9'-0" TOFF

6

2

FC DESK

1 A-670

10"

35'-0"

10'-8"

1 A-800

5'-0"

18'-6"

6

M 2 GRT-11 10

19

2

RETAIL

37'-9"

12'-4"

4'-0 1/4" TOFF

1

FC PANELS

19

5.0

A-672

11'-6"

1:56

1:29

1:29

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

8'-0 1/4"

TYP

35TH STREET TENANT LOBBY

1

4

GAS VENT

8'-9" TOFF

AC-01

5'-8" TOFF

PLA-20 M 2 10

20'-9"

5

1'-1"

A-672

A-672

1:12

A-672 1:54

2'-0 1/4"

2

1:35

9'-9"

TE-2

3

14

M 2 GRT-11 10

BLACK CAR ENTRY

CONSULTING ENGINEERS

12'-7 1/2"

6

1:53

TE-1

2

1:38

22'-1"

7'-10" TOFF 7'-7" TOS

1

A-672

119 NORTH GALLERY

3'-5 1/4" TOFF

11'-4"

12'-10 3/4"

54'-10"

18'-4"

21 PENN PLAZA 360 W 31ST ST NEW YORK, NY 10001-2727 T +1 212 479 5400

2'-8" MUESER RUTLEDGE

GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEER

F.8

GRT-11 M 2 10

6'-0"

PLA-20 M 2 10

LANGAN

F.9

STAIR B UP

4'-3 3/4" TOFF

1'-2" TOS

14 PENN PLAZA (225 W 34TH ST), 6TH FLOOR NEW YORK, NY 10122-0002 T +1 917 339 9300

19'-9"

2'-10" TOFF

11'-0"

GL-08 M 2 10

4.0

5'-0"

A-671

2'-3 3/4" TOFF

2'-1 1/4" TOFF

10'-4"

11'-7" TOFF 11'-4" TOS

1'-4"

DN

6

1'-10" TOFF

16'-0 1/2"

8 A-581

12'-11" TOS

8'-9 1/4"

M 2 10

3'-2"

6'-0" 1

M 2 PLA-20 10

11'-9 1/2" TOS

1'-5" TOFF

HEINTGES ASSOCIATES

440 PARK AVENUE SOUTH, 15TH FL. NEW YORK, NY 10016 USA T +1 212 652 2966

RETAIL

3.2

M 2 PLA-20 10

117 AVENUE OF THE AMERICAS, 5TH FL. NEW YORK, NY 10036 USA T +1 646 452 7058

FACADE CONSULTANT

CIVIL ENGINEER

M 2 8B

11'-3 3/4" TOS

PLA-20 M 2 10

2

5'-0"

1.0

1'-10"

13'-3" 13'-5"

10

UP

SERVICE

MESS CENTER

3'-8 1/2" TOFF

1:13

12'-7 1/2"

4 5 6

STAIR E STAIR C

7'-0"

M 2 PLA-20 10

A-730

3

0.0

PLA-20 M 2 10

TYP

1

5'-4 1/2" TOFF

3

M 2 GRT-11 10

SECURITY

M 2 8B

3'-5 3/4"

4

1:12 2

50'-1 1/4"

1'-5 1/2"

A-679

6'-0"

STOR

A-670

11'-6 1/4" TOS

11'-3 3/4" TOS

5 3/4"

7'-7" TOS

12'-2 1/2"

4

K9

TENANT RETAIL

2'-2"

GRT-11 M 2 10

2

M 2 8A

3

A-671

PLA-20 M 2 10

A-730

35TH STREET TENANT LOBBY

1

10'-10" TOFF

3'-0"

TYP

3

14

M 2 GRT-11 10

4

M 2 8B

4

1:29

6'-0"

PLA-20 M 2 10

BLACK CAR ENTRY RETAIL

7'-7" TOS

4

1'-2" TOS

2'-8"

7'-10" TOFF

7'-7" TOS

UP

4'-3 3/4" TOFF

7'-10" TOFF

4'-0"

1'-5" TOFF

4

10'-0 1/4"

RETAIL ENTRY

1:49

1'-10"

UP

RETAIL ENTRY 13'-4 1/4"

A-581

10'-10"

1:58

1.4% 1.1%

1:46

STAIR B

GRT-11 M 2 10

TRUCK ENTRY

9

FUEL OIL FILL BOX & TANK VENT

7'-7" TOS

STOR

DN

TRUCK ENTRY

12'-7 1/4"

9

4'-10 1/2"

BK STAIR

1.1%

10'-0 1/4"

2.5%

4'-6 3/4" TOFF

2'-8 1/4"

SERV ENTRY

A-589

13'-0"

RETAIL ENTRY

11

10'-9"

5'-0"

11

9'-5 3/4"

30'-0"

11

10 A-581

40'-0"

11

8'-9 1/4"

4'-10" 2'-0"

11

10"

11

7'-9 1/2"

7'-9 1/2"

7'-4 3/4"

37'-4"

RETAIL ENTRY

TYP

1 A-730 5'-4 3/4"

5'-4 3/4"

7"

35TH ST. ENTRY

4 5

4'-11 1/4"

7'-7" TOS

STOR

DN

EDGETT WILLIAMS

1:49

35TH ST. ENTRY

4'-6 3/4"

7'-9 1/2"

7'-4 3/4"

4'-10 1/2"

BK STAIR

2 PENNSYLVANIA PLAZA, 3RD FL. NEW YORK, NY 10121 USA T +1 212 687 3600

VERTICAL TRANSPORTATION CONSULTANT

2'-4 1/2"

5'-4 3/4"

5'-0"

10'-0" 6'-3"

4'-6 3/4" TOFF

6'-0"

50'-0" 5'-3 1/2"

4'-7 1/2"

WSP GROUP 228 E. 45TH ST. #3 NEW YORK, NY 10017 USA T +1 212 687 9888

RETAIL ENTRY

5'-0"

4'-3 1/2"

401 WELLINGTON ST. W., 3RD FLOOR TORONTO, ON M5V 1E7 CANADA T +1 416 967 1500

STRUCTURAL ENGINEER

15'-0"

%

15'-0"

3'-3 1/2"

4'-11 1/4"

AAI ARCHITECTS, P.C.

2'-6"

2.5

31'-0 1/2" 2'-10 1/4"

12'-0"

1:29

30'-0"

119'-2"

2

35'-0"

1

25'-0"

1:29

30'-0"

5'-4 3/4"

2

30'-0"

78'-2"

4 5

1.4%

30'-0"

A-730

35TH ST ENTRANCE4'-6 3/4"

1.1%

30'-0"

10'-0 1/4"

30'-0"

BJARKE INGELS GROUP 61 BROADWAY, SUITE 3300 NEW YORK, NY 10006 USA T +1 347 549 4141

WEST 35TH STREET 25'-0"

TYP

1

DESIGN ARCHITECT

35'-0"

35TH ST. ENTRY

45 ROCKEFELLER CENTER NEW YORK, NY 10111 USA T +1 212 715 0300

2

12.0

4

11.0

1:29

9.8

6

9.0

1:29

8.0

3

7.0

20'-0" 6'-9 1/4"

SHEET NO

STAIR D STAIR G -3" TOFF

A-673

1

6.0

10'-0" 6'-3"

1.1%

5.0

5

4.0

4

3.2

1:46

1.0

50'-0" 5'-3 1/2"

4'-7 1/2"

35TH ST. ENTRY

66 HUDSON BOULEVARD NEW YORK, NY 10001

0.0

5'-0"

4'-3 1/2"

19'-9"

THE SPIRAL

31'-0 1/2" 2'-10 1/4"

29'-9" 7

M 2 GL-08 10

PLA-20 M 2 10

FC PANELS 8'-5 1/2"

M 2 GL-08

19

GF PLAN

A-581

13

11'-7 1/4"

RETAIL 19

11'-4 1/4"


15'-0"

66 HUDSON BOULEVARD

5.0

6.0

7.0

CLIEN

TISHMAN SPEYER 45 ROCKEFELLER CENTER NEW YORK, NY 10111 USA T +1 212 715 0300

DESIGN ARCHITECT

61 BROADWAY, SUITE 3300 NEW YORK, NY 10006 USA T +1 347 549 4141

26'-6" 3.1

4.0

5.0

6.0

7.0

8.0

9.0

30'-0" 10.0

10.7

11.0

ARCHITECT OF RECORD

30'-0"

8.0

9.0

CORNER CONDITION

BJARKE INGELS GROUP

30'-0"AAI ARCHITECTS, P.C.

30'-0"

10.0

30'-0"

10.7

2'-6"

4.0

2'-6"

3.1

23'-6"

66 HUDSON BOULEVARD NEW YORK, NY 10001

30'-0"

30'-0"

401 WELLINGTON ST. W., 3RD FLOOR TORONTO, ON M5V 1E7 CANADA T +1 416 967 1500

11.3

STRUCTURAL ENGINEER

WSP GROUP 228 E. 45TH ST. #3 NEW YORK, NY 10017 USA T +1 212 687 9888

30'-0"

30'-0"

30'-0"

30'-0"

8'-6"

MEP ENGINEERS

COSENTINI 2 PENNSYLVANIA PLAZA, 3RD FL. NEW YORK, NY 10121 USA T +1 212 687 3600

6'-6" VERTICAL TRANSPORTATION CONSULTANT

EDGETT WILLIAMS

42'-3"

4101 OFFICE

117 AVENUE OF THE AMERICAS, 5TH FL. NEW YORK, NY 10036 USA T +1 646 452 7058

FACADE CONSULTANT

HEINTGES ASSOCIATES 440 PARK AVENUE SOUTH, 15TH FL. NEW YORK, NY 10016 USA T +1 212 652 2966

609'-6" T.O.S.

2'-0"

CIVIL ENGINEER

LANGAN

235'-0"

MUESER RUTLEDGE CONSULTING ENGINEERS

14 PENN PLAZA (225 W 34TH ST), 6TH FLOOR NEW YORK, NY 10122-0002 T +1 917 339 9300

15'-0"

2'-6"

SE-02

E.0

SE-03

STAIR D

SE-01

ELEV LOBBY 5

MEN'S TOILET

ELEC

MEN'S TOILET

23'-0"

ELEV LOBBY 5

ELEC

42'-3" MECH

MECH

2'-0"

ELEC

MECH

30'-0"

STAIR A

TYP. ELEVATOR LOBBY

STAIR B

A.4

02/09/2018 08/04/2017 04/21/2017 02/17/2017

DESIGN DEVELOPMENT 50% DD SCHEMATIC DESIGN 50% SD

ISSUE

ELEV LOBBY 5

MEN'S TOILET

ELEC

49'-5"

INGS DRAW TION RESS PROG CONSTRUC R NOT FO

HOISTWAY

51'-11"

48'-4"

MECH

WOMEN'S TOILET

DATE SEAL

HOISTWAY

SE-01

HOISTWAY

22'-6"

48'-4"

SE-03

STAIR D

SE-02 HOISTWAY

41-002 B.0 SE LOBBY

SE-04

142'-6"

34'-5"

87'-6"

142'-5"

49'-5"

250'-0"

7

C.0

58'-2"

STAIR A

24'-0" 2'-0"

30'-0"

HOISTWAY

ELEC

609'-6" T.O.S.

HOISTWAY140'-0"

HOISTWAY

142' -6" 51'-11"

HOISTWAY

4101 OFFICE

D.0

51'-11"

WOMEN'S TOILET

HOISTWAY

HOISTWAY

SE-02

SE-01

MECH

WOMEN'S TOILET

30'-0"

34'-5"

STAIR B

142'-6"

HOISTWAY

142'-5"

23'-6"

STAIR D 2'-6"

41-002 SE LOBBY 7

58'-2"

30'-0"

STAIR B

15'-0"

HOISTWAY

SE-04

24'-0"

30'-0"

2'-0"

34'-5"

211'-6"

25'-0"

22'-6"

23'-0" 609'-6" T.O.S.

2'-0"

42'-3"

4101 OFFICE

41-002 SE LOBBY

7

235'-0"

F.2

2'-6"

2'-6"

142'-5" F.1

SE-03

15'-0"

23'-6"

58'-2"

SE-04

24'-0" 2'-0"

21 PENN PLAZA 360 W 31ST ST NEW YORK, NY 10001-2727 T +1 212 479 5400

GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEER

211'-6"

22'-6"

30'-0"

140'-0"

30'-0"

87'-6"

30'-0"

23'-0"

26'-6"

THESE DRAWINGS ARE INSTRUMENTS OF SERVICE AND AS SUCH MAY NOT BE USED FOR OTHER PROJECTS, FOR ADDITIONS TO THIS PROJECT OR COMPLETION OF THIS PROJECT BY OTHERS.

DESIGN DEVELOPMENT

ELEC

MECH

KEY

10TH AVENUE

HUDSON BOULEVARD

35TH STREET

STAIR A

34TH STREET

N

49'-5"

BAR

FIN TUBE RADIATOR

TYP. OFFICE FLOOR PLAN (L41)

ROOF DRAIN AND OVERFLOW - SEE PLUMBING FUTURE MECHANICAL FLOOR SLAB PLANTER BENCH

FLOOR PLAN GENERAL NOTES

KEYNOTES

A. PROJECT DATUM / 0 = NAVD88 EL +32.23'

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14

B. ALL FLOOR ELEVATIONS GIVEN ARE TO TOP OF FINISH U.N.O. C. TYPICAL FLOOR PLAN DIMENSIONS ARE TO FACE OF OUTERMOST LAYER OF FINISH U.N.O. D. ALL PARTITIONS EXTEND TO U/S OF SLAB U.N.O. E. REFER TO STRUCTURAL DRAWINGS FOR MEMBER LOCATIONS. F. EQUIPMENT SHOWN FOR REFERENCE ONLY. REFER TO M/E/P DRAWINGS FOR MORE INFORMATION. G. PLUMBING FOR DRINKING FOUNTAINS TO BE SURFACE MOUNTED.

REVOLVING DOOR SECURITY TURNSTILES VESTIBULE BY TENANT SIAMESE CONNECTION HOSE BIBB TEST PUMPS FUTURE FLOOR KNOCKOUT OVERFLOW TANK VENT HOUSEKEEPING PAD - SEE MEP FOR EQUIPMENT LOCATIONS GAS REGULATOR VENT & GAS METER ROOM VENT TRANSFORMER GRATING FUTURE FLOOR KNOCKOUT FOR RETAIL ELEVATOR FUTURE FLOOR KNOCKOUT FOR TENANT CELLAR ACCESS GRL-00, MECH PLENUM BELOW

8'-4"

LEGEND

BIG NY 2018/ BIM LEAD, DESIGNER/ REVIT DRAWING, 3D MODELING, RENDERING, DIAGRAMS, MODEL

235'-0" 211'-6"

SHEET NAME

17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25

FIN TUBE RADIATOR ACCESS HATCH PLANTER - SEE LANDSCAPE BENCH AREAWAY FOR INTAKE/EXHAUST DAVIT EGRESS DOOR LOCATION SUBJECT TO TENANT FITOUT BUILDING MAINTENANCE UNIT BUILDING MAINTENANCE UNIT TRACK

250'-0"

FLOOR 41 PLAN PROJECT NO

14508

SHEET NO

11


WILSON SCHOOL

IMAGE COURTESY OF BIG / big.dk

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MUSIC DEPARTMENT LIBRARY CAFETERIA

THEATER CLASSROOM BARS COURTYARDS ROOF TERRACE LEVEL 2 EXPLODED-VIEW DIAGRAM

CAFETERIA

SITE IN ARLINGTON

LIBRARY

DEFAULT LAYOUT

MUSIC DEPARTMENT

CLASSROOM BARS

GYM

THEATER

SPILL OUT SPACE

The new Wilson Secondary School expands and relocates two existing county-wide secondary programs in a new building. Located in a dense urban context along Arlington’s urban Rosslyn-Ballston Corridor, the school is designed across multiple levels in order to maintain open green space for recreation. Our design seeks to maintain the feeling of a 1-story school building while still having a vertical organization and the efficiencies afforded by it. The building is designed as a series of classroom bars rotated along a single hinge point. The rotation creates cascading green terraces leading from the educational spaces of the school to the athletic field. Beneath the rotated classroom bars is a pair of large public levels with varying ceiling heights. The large and public functions of the building, including auditorium and gymnasium, are placed on these levels and accessible from the main street front, Wilson Boulevard.

UNDER THE BAR PROGRAM

SMART LANDSCAPE

TERRACE STAIRS

BIG NY 2016/ DESIGNER/ REVIT DRAWING, 3D MODELING, RENDERING, DIAGRAMS, MODEL

CLASSROOM BARS

WILSON SCHOOL AXO

13


WILSON SCHOOL

PHYSICAL MODEL

14


This facade is composed of a 3’-0” high glazed brick (BRK-1) band along the top of the facade with timber-framed storefront glazing (SF-1) along the classroom facade. Operable windows (WDW-1 & 2) will be located within the storefront as well.

PROPOSED SITE PLAN

CLASSROOM BAR Similar to the facade condition at the terrace in most respects, this facade also has a 3’-0” high band of glazed brick at the top and below the tiber-framed storefront.

CLASSROOM BAR ENDS At the end of the classroom bars, the full width of the facade is glazed brick. High-performance thermal insulation is located behind the brick cladding for increased energy efficiency. The roof terrace assembly sits on top of this bar and the interior ceiling height remains at least 9’-0” high.

BIG BOXES

IN-BETWEEN SPACE

At the theater and gym volumes, glass block forms the enclosure of the space at either single- or double-story heights. The module size (4-1/2” x 9”) is slightly larger than a typical brick module and will be laid in a running bond pattern.

Large expanses of curtain wall glazing will bridge between the upper classroom bars and the big box volumes and the lobby area. The glass will provide plenty of daylight for these public and social spaces and reduce the need for artificial lighting.

BIG NY 2016/ DESIGNER/ REVIT DRAWING, 3D MODELING, RENDERING, DIAGRAMS, MODEL

CLASSROOM BAR AT TERRACE

WILSON BOULEVARD ENTRANCE

15


WILSON SCHOOL

RESERVED FOR BUILDING DEPARTMENT USE

1:12

1:12

TRENCH DRAIN

SEE SHEET A100-GA MATCHLINE

B.O. WALKWAY

EL. 165'-6"

DATE

165'-6"

SPACE FOR SMW RETENTION TANK

ISSUE

293 SF

SEAL LOBBY VESTIBULE 176 SF

A/V ROOM

CONTROL ROOM

72 SF

CONFERENCE ROOM

ELEC. ROOM

228 SF

WC

197 SF

262 SF

WILSON SCHOOL

WC

WC

56 SF

56 SF

56 SF

1601 WILSON BOULEVARD ARLINGTON, VA 22209

PRINCIPAL'S OFFICE 198 SF

WC

OCCUPATIONAL / PHYS THERAPY SUITE

53 SF

CLIENT

UP

464 SF

ARLINGTON PUBLIC SCHOOLS

UP

RECEPTION 396 SF

OFFICE TYPE 3 154 SF

SUPPLY 107 SF

CLASSROOM C

RECORD STORAGE

CLASSROOM C

716 SF

107 SF

ARCHITECT OF RECORD

477 SF

LEO A DALY 10TH FLOOR 1201 CONNECTICUT AVE, NW WASHINGTON, DC 20036 T +1 202 861 4600

G100-S1

712 SF

ADAPTIVE EQUIPMENT STORAGE

2770 SOUTH TAYLOR STREET ARLINGTON, VA 22206 T +1 703 228 0336

MEN'S WC DN

TELECOM ROOM

STAIR 1

134 SF

71 SF

DESIGN ARCHITECT

BJARKE INGELS GROUP

UP

61 BROADWAY, SUITE 3300 NEW YORK, NY 10006, USA T +1 347 549 4141

SHARED OFFICE SUITE

LIFE SAFETY & FIRE PROTECTION

GHD

294 SF

STORAGE

CORRIDOR

272 SF

OPEN TO BLACK BOX BELOW

6,777 SF

S2 THESE DRAWINGS ARE INSTRUMENTS OF SERVICE AND AS SUCH MAY NOT BE USED FOR OTHER PROJECTS, FOR ADDITIONS TO THIS PROJECT OR COMPLETION OF THIS PROJECT BY OTHERS.

329 SF

AUXILIARY GYM

CONFERENCE ROOM

4501 DALY DRIVE, SUITE 200 CHANTILLY, VA 20151 T +1 703 263 1900

SENSORY COTTAGE

STRUCTURAL

532 SF

PIANO STORAGE

218 SF

SILMAN

231 SF

1053 31ST STREET NW WASHINGTON, DC 20007 T +1 202 333 6230 MEP & ENERGY

INTERFACE ENGINEERING

S1

309 SF

100 SF

1,570 SF

CIVIL & LANDSCAPE

GORDON

FITNESS / CARDIO ROOM

PE OFFICE

14585 AVION PARKWAY SUITE 150 CHANTILLY, VA 20151 T +1 571 325 5000

WOMEN'S WC

P1

MECHANICAL ROOM

ASSISTIVE TECH STORAGE

2000 M STREET NW, SUITE 270 WASHINGTON, DC 20036 T +1 202 370 9555

P2

119 SF

142 SF

THEATER CONSULTANT

THEATRE PROJECTS 47 WATER STREET SOUTH NORWALK, CT 06854 T +1 203 299 0830 ACOUSTICIAN

JAFFE HOLDEN

FAMILY CONSUMER SCIENCE / EXT DAY

NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION 1,007 SF

12 ' x 25' CLEAR SPACE FOR WATER METER VAULT

114-A WASHINGTON STREET NORWALK, CT 06854 T +1 203 838 4167

ELEVATOR LOBBY DN

LIGHTING DESIGN

TILLOTSON DESIGN ASSOCIATES 40 WORTH STREET RM 703 NEW YORK, NY 10013 T +1 212 675 7760

EXTENDED DAY STORAGE 244 SF

FOOD SERVICE

HOPKINS FOOD SERVICE

HOPKINS

KEY PLAN

FOODSERVICE

7906 MACARTHUR BLVD., SUITE 100 CABIN JOHN, MD 20818 T +1 301 320 9200

SPECIALISTS, INC. 7906 MacArthur Blvd., Cabin John, MD 20818, (301)320-9200/Fax -9202

UP

WC / SHOWER ROOM

COURTYARD 1

ENVIRONMENTAL & GEOTHERMAL

83 SF

1,129 SF

HALEY & ALDRICH, INC. 7926 JONES BRANCH DRIVE, SUITE 870 MCLEAN, VA 22102 T +1 703 336 6205

WC / SHOWER ROOM 86 SF

SLL

82 SF

DIMMER / AMP RACK

CONTROL ROOM

96 SF

SLL

378 SF

TELECOM & A/V

THE SEXTANT GROUP

82 SF

ELEC. ROOM 819 SF

CROSS SECTION A-A

1069 WEST BROAD STREET, SUITE 216 FALLS CHURCH, VA 22046 T +1 202 479 2001

CLASSROOM D WC

CUST. STOR.

60 SF

111 SF

ADAPTIVE EQUIPMENT STORAGE

THEATER ORCHESTRA LEVEL

76 SF

2,966 SF

CORRIDOR 711 SF

CLASSROOM D

ELEC. ROOM

831 SF

SHARED LOUNGE 461 SF

DOUBLE

DOUBLE

DOUBLE

DOUBLE

2 @ 33" X 48"

2 @ 33" X 48"

2 @ 33" X 48"

2 @ 33" X 48"

PE STORAGE 359 SF

CORRIDOR

DOUBLE

2 @ 33" X 48"

156 SF

DOUBLE

ORCH. ADDITIONAL SEATING A

DOUBLE

820 SF

2 @ 33" X 48"

CLASSROOM E

DOUBLE

UP

2 @ 33" X 48"

569 SF

2 @ 33" X 48"

1,388 SF

MECHANICAL ROOM

ORCH. ADDITIONAL SEATING B 147 SF

ADAPTIVE EQUIPMENT STORAGE

G100-S2

STAIR 2

76 SF

CLASSROOM E 814 SF

WC

GYM

56 SF

6,896 SF

N

BAR SCALE

PROGRAM KEY

DATE

ADMINISTRATION SUPPORT

SHEET NAME

COURTYARD 2 1,446 SF

THESE DRAWINGS ARE INSTRUMENTS OF SERVICE AND AS SUCH MAY NOT BE USED FOR OTHER PROJECTS, FOR ADDITIONS TO THIS PROJECT OR COMPLETION OF THIS PROJECT BY OTHERS.

GROUND LEVEL PRESENTATION PLAN

NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION

221 SF

VISUAL ARTS

UP

SLL

46 SF

STAIR 5 330 SF

ART OFFICE

FITNESS CENTER / WEIGHT ROOM

PHYSICAL EDUCATION

12 ' x 25' CLEAR SPACE FOR WATER METER VAULT

ORCHESTRA SHELL STORAGE

PE STORAGE

PERFORMING ARTS

101 SF

UP

205 SF

SLL

270 SF

STORAGE

KILN

130 SF

1,652 SF

KEY PLAN

57 SF

WC

69 SF

WC

63 SF

G100-S3

PE SUPPORT

MECHANICAL ROOM 618 SF

RELATED SERVICES CLINIC LIBRARY

N

STAIR 3

ART SUPPLY STORAGE 481 SF

DRESSING ROOM 355 SF

16 ' x 20' CLEAR SPACE FOR DOMINION POWER ELECTRICAL TRANSFORMER VAULT

BAR SCALE

PROGRAM KEY ADMINISTRATION ADMINISTRATION SUPPORT

SHEET NAME

LABS

GROUND LEVEL PRESENTATION PLAN

CLASSROOMS INSTRUCTIONAL SUPPORT PERFORMING ARTS

FOOD SERVICES @ BIG ARCHITECTURE 10/17/2016 11:41:37 AM

PE OFFICE 133 SF

INSTRUCTIONAL SUPPORT

BUILDING SUPPORT

VERIZON

PE OFFICE

36 SF

134 SF

SCALE

1

1/8" = 1'-0"

FORMAT

ARCH E DATE

-

PHYSICAL EDUCATION RELATED SERVICES

186 SF

PROJECT NO

VISUAL ARTS PE SUPPORT

PE OFFICE

14520

GROUND LEVEL

16

2,012 SF

1,611 SF

CLASSROOMS

1/8" = 1'-0"

THEATER - STAGE

ART STUDIO

LABS

L PLAN - SOUTH

ISSUE

SEAL

ADMINISTRATION

CLINIC

SHEET NO

LIBRARY FOOD SERVICES BUILDING SUPPORT

PROJECT NO

14520 SCALE

1/8" = 1'-0"

AR-100-GA

GROUND LEVEL PLAN - SOUTH 1/8" = 1'-0"

1

FORMAT

ARCH E DATE

-

SHEET NO

AR-100-GA

SOUTH ELEVATION


FIELD ENTRANCE

DN

STUDENT ENTRY

DATE

ISSUE

TERRACE STAIR UP

SEAL

REST AREA

513 SF

CLASSROOM C

1601 WILSON BOULEVARD ARLINGTON, VA 22209

ARLINGTON PUBLIC SCHOOLS

SECURITY & ADMIN. SUPPORT

CLASSROOM C

2770 SOUTH TAYLOR STREET ARLINGTON, VA 22206 T +1 703 228 0336

WC

ARCHITECT OF RECORD

52 SF

TREATMENT ROOM

836 SF

100-S1

214 SF

10TH FLOOR 1201 CONNECTICUT AVE, NW WASHINGTON, DC 20036 T +1 202 861 4600

STAIR 1

185 SF

156 SF

LEO A DALY

UP

TREATMENT ROOM

223 SF

FIELD ENTRANCE LOBBY

74 SF

TRANSITION STORAGE

WILSON SCHOOL

119 SF

CLIENT

1,003 SF

ADAPTIVE EQUIPMENT STORAGE

836 SF

H-B WOODLAWN ADMINISTRATIVE SUITE

171 SF

NURSE'S OFFICE

119 SF

ART ROOM

WC

56 SF

REST AREA

CONSULTATION /EXAM ROOM

171 SF

TRANSITION SUITE

DESIGN ARCHITECT

BJARKE INGELS GROUP

DN

CLINIC ENTRY

61 BROADWAY, SUITE 3300 NEW YORK, NY 10006, USA T +1 347 549 4141

53 SF

DN

LIFE SAFETY & FIRE PROTECTION

GHD

T.O.F.F.

CORRIDOR

14585 AVION PARKWAY SUITE 150 CHANTILLY, VA 20151 T +1 571 325 5000

WOMEN'S WC

180'-0"

3,338 SF

329 SF

CIVIL & LANDSCAPE

GORDON

UP

ELEC. ROOM

THESE DRAWINGS ARE INSTRUMENTS OF SERVICE AND AS SUCH S2 MAY NOT BE USED FOR OTHER PROJECTS, FOR ADDITIONS TO THIS PROJECT OR COMPLETION OF THIS PROJECT BY OTHERS.

4501 DALY DRIVE, SUITE 200 CHANTILLY, VA 20151 T +1 703 263 1900

363 SF

56 SF

STRUCTURAL

WC

DRY STORAGE

ELEV. CONTROL ROOM

TELECOM ROOM

CENTRAL STAIR

125 SF

SILMAN

58 SF

CONFERENCE ROOM

1053 31ST STREET NW WASHINGTON, DC 20007 T +1 202 333 6230

243 SF

MEP & ENERGY

WC

OPEN TO AUXILIARY GYM BELOW

INTERFACE ENGINEERING

S1

58 SF

P1

LOBBY SEATING

MECHANICAL ROOM

P2

1,122 SF

2000 M STREET NW, SUITE 270 WASHINGTON, DC 20036 T +1 202 370 9555

RECEPTION 601 SF

SUPPORT

THEATER CONSULTANT

THEATRE PROJECTS 47 WATER STREET SOUTH NORWALK, CT 06854 T +1 203 299 0830

IT STORAGE 139 SF

NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION

ACOUSTICIAN

JAFFE HOLDEN

MEN'S WC

LOUNGE

WC

114-A WASHINGTON STREET NORWALK, CT 06854 T +1 203 838 4167

387 SF

83 SF

LIGHTING DESIGN

TILLOTSON DESIGN ASSOCIATES 40 WORTH STREET RM 703 NEW YORK, NY 10013 T +1 212 675 7760

12 ' x 25' CLEAR SPACE FOR WATER METER VAULT

FOOD SERVICE

KEY PLAN

H

FD

COURTYARD BELOW

LINE OF OVERHEAD ROLL-DOWN SHUTTER AT SERVING AREA

C

CORRIDOR

178 SF

HOPKINS FOOD SERVICE

HOPKINS

ENTRY VESTIBULE

1,701 SF

FOODSERVICE

7906 MACARTHUR BLVD., SUITE 100 CABIN JOHN, MD 20818 T +1 301 320 9200

SPECIALISTS, INC.

VISITOR ENTRY

7906 MacArthur Blvd., Cabin John, MD 20818, (301)320-9200/Fax -9202

ENVIRONMENTAL & GEOTHERMAL

FF

HALEY & ALDRICH, INC.

DRAW-O L

TANGENT OPTIONA ARE FAUCET,

1,299 SF

2,117 SF

SLL

SLL

56 SF

KITCHEN EQUIP

DOUBLE

DOUBLE

DOUBLE

DOUBLE

2 @ 33" X 48"

2 @ 33" X 48"

2 @ 33" X 48"

2 @ 33" X 48"

THE SEXTANT GROUP

CROSS SECTION C-C

1069 WEST BROAD STREET, SUITE 216 FALLS CHURCH, VA 22046 T +1 202 479 2001

201 SF

REFRIGERATOR

192 SF

TELECOM & A/V

47 SF

SERVING AREA

347 SF

RECEIVING

7926 JONES BRANCH DRIVE, SUITE 870 MCLEAN, VA 22102 T +1 703 336 6205

THEATER BALCONY

KITCHEN

QUINN STREET ENTRANCE

147 SF

FD

OFFICE

FREEZER

71 SF

80 SF

WASTE HOLDING AREA 495 SF

STEPPED SEATING

DINING ROOM STORAGE

1,033 SF

199 SF

SERVICE ENTRANCE

DINING ROOM 2,177 SF

CLOSET 54 SF

100-S2

STAIR 2

DN

DN

CORRIDOR 9,133 SF

OPEN TO BELOW

UP

UP

N GYM OPEN TO BELOW

BAR SCALE

PROGRAM KEY

DATE

ADMINISTRATION SUPPORT LABS

COURTYARD BELOW

SHEET NAME

100-S3

UP

STAIR 3

GROUND LEVEL PRESENTATION PLAN DN

INSTRUCTIONAL SUPPORT PERFORMING ARTS VISUAL ARTS PHYSICAL EDUCATION PE SUPPORT RELATED SERVICES CLINIC LIBRARY @ BIG ARCHITECTURE 10/17/2016 11:42:49 AM

101 SF

NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION KEY PLAN

100-S5

UP

STAIR 5

DN

N

BAR SCALE

PROGRAM KEY ADMINISTRATION ADMINISTRATION SUPPORT

SHEET NAME

LABS

LEVEL 1 PRESENTATION PLAN

CLASSROOMS INSTRUCTIONAL SUPPORT PERFORMING ARTS

BUILDING SUPPORT

1/8" = 1'-0"

THESE DRAWINGS ARE INSTRUMENTS OF SERVICE AND AS SUCH MAY NOT BE USED FOR OTHER PROJECTS, FOR ADDITIONS TO THIS PROJECT OR COMPLETION OF THIS PROJECT BY OTHERS.

VESTIBULE

VISUAL ARTS

FOOD SERVICES

L PLAN - SOUTH

OPEN TO STAGE BELOW

OPEN TO BELOW

CLASSROOMS

LEVEL 1

ISSUE

SEAL

ADMINISTRATION

PHYSICAL EDUCATION PE SUPPORT RELATED SERVICES CLINIC

PROJECT NO

14520 SCALE

1/8" = 1'-0"

1

FORMAT

ARCH E DATE

-

SHEET NO

LIBRARY FOOD SERVICES BUILDING SUPPORT

PROJECT NO

14520 SCALE

AR-100-GA

BIG NY 2016/ DESIGNER/ REVIT DRAWING, 3D MODELING, RENDERING, DIAGRAMS, MODEL

RESERVED FOR BUILDING DEPARTMENT USE

LEVEL 1 PLAN - SOUTH_PRESENTATION 1/8" = 1'-0"

1

1/8" = 1'-0"

FORMAT

ARCH E DATE

-

SHEET NO

AR-101

WEST ELEVATION

17


WILSON SCHOOL

RESERVED FOR BUILDING DEPARTMENT USE

DATE

ISSUE

SEAL WILSON SCHOOL

MECHANICAL ROOM

1601 WILSON BOULEVARD ARLINGTON, VA 22209

313 SF

HEALTH CLASSROOM

CLIENT

855 SF

ARLINGTON PUBLIC SCHOOLS 2770 SOUTH TAYLOR STREET ARLINGTON, VA 22206 T +1 703 228 0336 ARCHITECT OF RECORD

DN

LEO A DALY

MUSIC LIBRARY

300-S1

10TH FLOOR 1201 CONNECTICUT AVE, NW WASHINGTON, DC 20036 T +1 202 861 4600

173 SF

STAIR 1

DESIGN ARCHITECT

BJARKE INGELS GROUP

UP

CUSTODIAL

61 BROADWAY, SUITE 3300 NEW YORK, NY 10006, USA T +1 347 549 4141

66 SF

LIFE SAFETY & FIRE PROTECTION

GHD

MEN'S WC

14585 AVION PARKWAY SUITE 150 CHANTILLY, VA 20151 T +1 571 325 5000

PRACTICE ROOM

WOMEN'S WC

163 SF

163 SF

ELEC. ROOM

81 SF

CIVIL & LANDSCAPE

GORDON 4501 DALY DRIVE, SUITE 200 CHANTILLY, VA 20151 T +1 703 263 1900

THESE DRAWINGS ARE INSTRUMENTS OF SERVICE AND AS SUCH MAY NOT BE USED FOR OTHER PROJECTS, FOR ADDITIONS TO THIS PROJECT OR COMPLETION OF THIS PROJECT BY OTHERS.

STRUCTURAL

STUDY TERRACE

SILMAN

871 SF

1053 31ST STREET NW WASHINGTON, DC 20007 T +1 202 333 6230 MEP & ENERGY

CLASSROOM A 695 SF

S1

INTERFACE ENGINEERING

P1

2000 M STREET NW, SUITE 270 WASHINGTON, DC 20036 T +1 202 370 9555

P2 THEATER CONSULTANT

THEATRE PROJECTS 47 WATER STREET SOUTH NORWALK, CT 06854 T +1 203 299 0830 ACOUSTICIAN

ELEVATOR LOBBY

NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION

CLASSROOM A

JAFFE HOLDEN 114-A WASHINGTON STREET NORWALK, CT 06854 T +1 203 838 4167

T.O.F.F.

705 SF

LIGHTING DESIGN

209'-0"

TILLOTSON DESIGN ASSOCIATES

CORRIDOR

40 WORTH STREET RM 703 NEW YORK, NY 10013 T +1 212 675 7760

4,669 SF

12 ' x 25' CLEAR SPACE FOR WATER METER VAULT

OPEN TO BELOW

STUDY TERRACE

KEY PLAN

FOOD SERVICE

HOPKINS FOOD SERVICE

HOPKINS FOODSERVICE

CLASSROOM A

7906 MACARTHUR BLVD., SUITE 100 CABIN JOHN, MD 20818 T +1 301 320 9200

SPECIALISTS, INC.

677 SF

7906 MacArthur Blvd., Cabin John, MD 20818, (301)320-9200/Fax -9202

ENVIRONMENTAL & GEOTHERMAL

DN

HALEY & ALDRICH, INC.

PRACTICE ROOM

7926 JONES BRANCH DRIVE, SUITE 870 MCLEAN, VA 22102 T +1 703 336 6205

PRACTICE ROOM

71 SF

TELECOM & A/V

71 SF

THE SEXTANT GROUP

CROSS SECTION B-B

1069 WEST BROAD STREET, SUITE 216 FALLS CHURCH, VA 22046 T +1 202 479 2001

TERRACE STAIR UP

GROUP REHEARSAL 145 SF

CHOIR REHEARSAL 1,231 SF

CORRIDOR

CLASSROOM B

197 SF

548 SF

DN

TELECOM ROOM

CHOIR OFFICE

96 SF

142 SF

BAND OFFICE

UP

144 SF

WC

60 SF

CENTRAL STAIR

CLASSROOM A 686 SF

UP

CONSULTATION ROOM 85 SF

N

CLASSROOM B 626 SF

CLASSROOM A 668 SF

INSTRUMENT STORAGE 645 SF

BAND REHEARSAL 1,832 SF

CORRIDOR 1,159 SF

BAR SCALE

PROGRAM KEY

CLASSROOM A 687 SF

DATE

ISSUE

SEAL

OPEN TO BELOW

ADMINISTRATION ADMINISTRATION SUPPORT

CLASSROOM A 654 SF

SHEET NAME THESE DRAWINGS ARE INSTRUMENTS OF SERVICE AND AS SUCH MAY NOT BE USED FOR OTHER PROJECTS, FOR ADDITIONS TO THIS PROJECT OR COMPLETION OF THIS PROJECT BY OTHERS.

LABS

GROUND LEVEL PRESENTATION PLAN

CLASSROOMS INSTRUCTIONAL SUPPORT

267 SF

DN

PHYSICAL EDUCATION PE SUPPORT RELATED SERVICES CLINIC LIBRARY @ BIG ARCHITECTURE 10/17/2016 11:44:00 AM

18

UP

STUDY AREA

300-S5

STAIR 5 DN

N

BAR SCALE

PROGRAM KEY ADMINISTRATION ADMINISTRATION SUPPORT

SHEET NAME

LABS

LEVEL 3 PRESENTATION PLAN

CLASSROOMS INSTRUCTIONAL SUPPORT PERFORMING ARTS VISUAL ARTS

FOOD SERVICES BUILDING SUPPORT

1/8" = 1'-0"

KEY PLAN

STAIR 3

STORAGE

VISUAL ARTS

L PLAN - SOUTH

989 SF

300-S3

PERFORMING ARTS

LEVEL 3

NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION

MS SCIENCE LAB

PHYSICAL EDUCATION PE SUPPORT RELATED SERVICES CLINIC

PROJECT NO

14520 SCALE

1/8" = 1'-0"

1

FORMAT

ARCH E DATE

-

SHEET NO

LIBRARY FOOD SERVICES BUILDING SUPPORT

PROJECT NO

14520 SCALE

1/8" = 1'-0"

AR-100-GA

LEVEL 3 PLAN 1/8" = 1'-0"

1

FORMAT

ARCH E DATE

-

SHEET NO

AR-103

NORTH ELEVATION


DATE

TELECOM ROOM

ISSUE

126 SF

SEAL

ELEC. ROOM

WILSON SCHOOL

91 SF

CLASSROOM A

1601 WILSON BOULEVARD ARLINGTON, VA 22209

681 SF

CLASSROOM A

CLIENT

682 SF

ARLINGTON PUBLIC SCHOOLS 2770 SOUTH TAYLOR STREET ARLINGTON, VA 22206 T +1 703 228 0336 ARCHITECT OF RECORD

DN

LEO A DALY

500-S1

10TH FLOOR 1201 CONNECTICUT AVE, NW WASHINGTON, DC 20036 T +1 202 861 4600

STAIR 1 DESIGN ARCHITECT

BJARKE INGELS GROUP

UP

61 BROADWAY, SUITE 3300 NEW YORK, NY 10006, USA T +1 347 549 4141

OFFICE TYPE 1

LIFE SAFETY & FIRE PROTECTION

157 SF

MEN'S WC

GHD 14585 AVION PARKWAY SUITE 150 CHANTILLY, VA 20151 T +1 571 325 5000

WOMEN'S WC 163 SF

163 SF

CIVIL & LANDSCAPE

GORDON 4501 DALY DRIVE, SUITE 200 CHANTILLY, VA 20151 T +1 703 263 1900

THESE DRAWINGS ARE INSTRUMENTS OF SERVICE AND AS SUCH MAY NOT BE USED FOR OTHER PROJECTS, FOR ADDITIONS TO THIS PROJECT OR COMPLETION OF THIS PROJECT BY OTHERS.

STRUCTURAL

OFFICE TYPE 1

SILMAN

157 SF

1053 31ST STREET NW WASHINGTON, DC 20007 T +1 202 333 6230

GROUP STUDY MEP & ENERGY

INTERFACE ENGINEERING

S1 P1

2000 M STREET NW, SUITE 270 WASHINGTON, DC 20036 T +1 202 370 9555

P2 THEATER CONSULTANT

THEATRE PROJECTS

156 SF

ACOUSTICIAN

JAFFE HOLDEN

NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION

114-A WASHINGTON STREET NORWALK, CT 06854 T +1 203 838 4167 LIGHTING DESIGN

CORRIDOR

ELEC. ROOM

TILLOTSON DESIGN ASSOCIATES

2,918 SF

STORAGE

12 ' x 25' CLEAR SPACE FOR WATER METER VAULT

47 WATER STREET SOUTH NORWALK, CT 06854 T +1 203 299 0830

OFFICE TYPE 1

ELEVATOR LOBBY

40 WORTH STREET RM 703 NEW YORK, NY 10013 T +1 212 675 7760

CUSTODIAL

52 SF

31 SF

FOOD SERVICE

HOPKINS FOOD SERVICE

HOPKINS

KEY PLAN

FOODSERVICE

7906 MACARTHUR BLVD., SUITE 100 CABIN JOHN, MD 20818 T +1 301 320 9200

SPECIALISTS, INC. 7906 MacArthur Blvd., Cabin John, MD 20818, (301)320-9200/Fax -9202

ENVIRONMENTAL & GEOTHERMAL

HALEY & ALDRICH, INC.

CLASSROOM A 672 SF

7926 JONES BRANCH DRIVE, SUITE 870 MCLEAN, VA 22102 T +1 703 336 6205 TELECOM & A/V

THE SEXTANT GROUP

HS SCIENCE LAB

CROSS SECTION D-D

1069 WEST BROAD STREET, SUITE 216 FALLS CHURCH, VA 22046 T +1 202 479 2001

1,024 SF

STAFF / UNISEX WC

STORAGE

56 SF

STUDY TERRACE

76 SF

HS SCIENCE LAB 1,125 SF

CLASSROOM B

TERRACE STAIR

510 SF

DN

N

DATE

1,290 SF

SHEET NAME OFFICE TYPE 2

GROUND LEVEL PRESENTATION PLAN

CLASSROOMS INSTRUCTIONAL SUPPORT PERFORMING ARTS VISUAL ARTS PHYSICAL EDUCATION PE SUPPORT RELATED SERVICES CLINIC LIBRARY

OFFICE TYPE 2

109 SF

THESE DRAWINGS ARE INSTRUMENTS OF SERVICE AND AS SUCH MAY NOT BE USED FOR OTHER PROJECTS, FOR ADDITIONS TO THIS PROJECT OR COMPLETION OF THIS PROJECT BY OTHERS.

CHEMISTRY LAB

109 SF

1,041 SF

NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION KEY PLAN

500-S5

STAIR 5 DN

CHEMISTRY STORAGE 134 SF

N

BAR SCALE

PROGRAM KEY ADMINISTRATION ADMINISTRATION SUPPORT

SHEET NAME

LABS

LEVEL 5 PRESENTATION PLAN

CLASSROOMS INSTRUCTIONAL SUPPORT PERFORMING ARTS VISUAL ARTS

FOOD SERVICES BUILDING SUPPORT

PHYSICAL EDUCATION PE SUPPORT RELATED SERVICES CLINIC

PROJECT NO

14520 SCALE

1/8" = 1'-0"

1

ISSUE

SEAL

STUDY TERRACE

LABS

@ BIG ARCHITECTURE 10/17/2016 11:44:50 AM

DN

495 SF

ADMINISTRATION SUPPORT

1/8" = 1'-0"

CENTRAL STAIR

CLASSROOM B

ADMINISTRATION

L PLAN - SOUTH

85 SF

BAR SCALE

PROGRAM KEY

LEVEL 5

CONSULTATION ROOM

FORMAT

ARCH E DATE

-

SHEET NO

LIBRARY FOOD SERVICES BUILDING SUPPORT

PROJECT NO

14520 SCALE

AR-100-GA

BIG NY 2016/ DESIGNER/ REVIT DRAWING, 3D MODELING, RENDERING, DIAGRAMS, MODEL

RESERVED FOR BUILDING DEPARTMENT USE

LEVEL 5 PLAN 1/8" = 1'-0"

1

1/8" = 1'-0"

FORMAT

ARCH E DATE

-

SHEET NO

AR-105

EAST ELEVATION

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LOSBATES SCHOOL


To make the building welcoming and the site more humanistic, we map the site by extending the grids of the neighboring land plots. They inform the future school’s massing and respect the existing urban fabric. By placing the program closer to the town, the school aims to integrate itself into the town rather than become an island. This also allows the outdoor play areas to become a natural transition between the building and the forest. The auditorium and gymnasium softly break away from the grid, interfacing with the school to create a public plaza. The apartments further break away to become an independent yet proximate building block.

A-A SECTION

EXTENDING EXISTING GRID

PRIMARY SCHOOL TOWER, VIEW FROM THE PLAYGROUND

LOSBATES SCHOOL / COMPETITION / GAURAV SARDANA, ANTON BASHKAEV

Schools are a universe within themselves, a place to grow in, literally and metaphorically. The unique location of Losbates school in majestic woodlands and the vicinity of Prague creates a dichotomy of nature and culture. These are two dimensions a young individual needs to learn how to master. Lets do it through design. A flexible ground floor space, where public functions intertwine, presents nature. The towers of classrooms land into it manifesting a call for culture. Together they ignite complexity and potential.

C-C SECTION

FOOTPRINT: SCHOOL, PUBLIC, FLATS

EXTRUDING VOLUMES (12M MAX)

PUBLIC ENTRY INTRUSION

MARKING INTERNAL STREETS

LOCATING TOWERS

PUBLIC SPACES PUNCH-OUTS

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LOSBATES SCHOOL

MAIN ENTRANCE OF THE SCHOOL

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The architecture of the school successfully deals with both practical and philosophical challenges. In terms of the former, it aims to create a beautiful combination of public spaces in the middle, concentrates the educational function of the school inside of the specialized towers, puts associated functions into two-storey blocks and separates the spaces that need to have independent public access. At the same time, the latter is presented through the relationship of spaces in plans and sections. Thus, flexible multi-directionality of the ground level is opposed to rigid square bridge of the first level. An open engaging environment below is counter-posed by professional specialization of the towers and at the same time to give them a firm social “grounding”.

MAIN PUBLIC SQUARE ON LEVEL 1

NORTH ELEVATION

SOUTH ELEVATION 80% of the vertical structure is steel or concrete columns. Large spanning steel frames carry the structure of the gym. Towers present structural inclusion. Humanities tower is built of red brick, Science tower has a truss system supporting translucent fiber-glass panels Primary School tower is sustained by a wooden frame.

STRUCTURE DIAGRAM

LOSBATES SCHOOL / COMPETITION / GAURAV SARDANA, ANTON BASHKAEV

An extruded massing aligned with existing urban fabric is the first act of ‘Culture’. ‘Nature’ responds by piercing it with internal paths, connecting the school to its rich scenery of forests, fields and gardens. ‘Culture in turn places functional blocks wherever the paths carve out a rectangular patch. Due to the dynamic nature of school typology, ground level blocks get occupied by open public functions and flexible spaces with retractable partitions. The entire dialogue is finalized by inserting Humanities, Science ans Primary School ‘towers’ as symbols of civilization calling the natural chaos of ground level to grow over itself. Both the functional blocks and the towers have a potential of building up new levels.

A unified drive area in the south of the site creates a buffer between the school and the residential area. This area will accommodate all the required parking lots, kitchen truck loading bay, turnaround circle, driving space in front of the bus stop, car access to the public, school and flats for employees. TRANSPORT DIAGRAM

N-S oriented roof of the gym allows an array of photo-voltaics to be installed. An open area on the east side of the building could be used for the heat pump system. The most cost-efficient measures would be provided through the high percentage of efficiently insulated solid walls and natural ventilation through the skylight. ENERGY-EFFICIENCY DIAGRAM

Due to the urban principle of square patch extrusions that create blocks and towers, the process of school expansion is laid in the original logic - the levels are easily added on top of them using an existing structure. Moreover, the location of expansion could be chosen depending on the type of the function needed. FUTURE DEVELPMENT DIAGRAM

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LOSBATES SCHOOL

GROUND FLOOR PLAN

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LEVEL 2 PLAN LEVEL 3 PLAN

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LOSBATES SCHOOL / COMPETITION / GAURAV SARDANA, ANTON BASHKAEV


YEOUI-NARU FERRY TERMINAL

IMAGE COURTESY OF BIG / big.dk

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PEDESTRIAN PANTOON BRIDGE

The Yeoui-Naru Ferry Terminal is envisioned to be an extension of the park, seeking to activate its surroundings by maximizing the visual connection with the Han River. The hypar structure forming the roofscape gracefully accommodates these goals, creating a habitable surface that is an extension of the park refl ecting a sensitivity to the organic and graceful water movements of the Han River. The marina is conceived as an organic ribbon that wraps the terminal, providing a connection to the mainland before extending outward in both directions acting as an organizational tool for the numerous vessels harbored here. The gently-sloped roof is surrounded by numerous indigenous plants including groves of willow and hackberry trees, and aquatic plants such as silver grass, reeds and water lilies. By incorporating self-sustainable species throughout the landscape, as well as harnessing the positive effects on the ecosystems from natural tides and fl ooding, the ecosystem will evolve with diverse species that enrich the river landscape.

NE ELEVATION 1:400

YEOUI-NARU FERRY TERMINAL COMPETITION/ JI-YOUNG YOON, TONY SABA-SHIBER, ANTON BASHKAEV

EXPLODED AXON

NW ELEVVATION 1:400

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YEOUI-NARU FERRY TERMINAL

RIVER VIEW IMAGE COURTESY OF BIG / big.dk

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DIAGRAMATIC SECTION: HIGH TIDE

SECTION A-A 1:400

PEDESTRIAN PANTOON BRIDGE

DIAGRAMATIC SECTION: LOW TIDE

YEOUI-NARU FERRY TERMINAL COMPETITION/ JI-YOUNG YOON, TONY SABA-SHIBER, ANTON BASHKAEV

TERMINAL INTERIOR - LOOKING EAST TOWARD SACHEON-DONG

SECTION B-B 1:400

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1:400

SECTION B-B

YEOUI-NARU FERRY TERMINAL

ROOF PLAN

SPACE ORGAN

N.T.S.

WAITING AREA

TICKET BOOTH

W/C W/C W/C W/C

SECTION A-A

LOST CHILD

SECTION A-A

W/C STORAGE

STORAGE

STAFF OFFICE

GIFT SHOP

CAFE

DIAGRAM OF P

ROOF/TERMINAL ENTRY

SECTION B-B

N.T.S.

TERMINAL ENTRY

ANCHOR BLOCK

TERMINAL FLOOR PLAN 1:400

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DIAGRAMMATIC N.T.S.

GF PLAN


SECTION A-A

SECTION B-B

SECTION A-A

YEOUI-NARU FERRY TERMINAL COMPETITION/ JI-YOUNG YOON, TONY SABA-SHIBER, ANTON BASHKAEV

ARE REDDISH-PURPLE OR RED TO PURPLE AND SQUARE IN CROSS-SECTION.

SECTION B-B

LONG RHIZOMES, FORMING EXTENSIVE COLONIES.

ROOF PLAN 1:400

-B

ROOF PLAN

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IZMAYLOVO INTERCHANGE

VIEW FROM IZMAYLOVO PLAZA

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INTERCHAGE INTEGRATION

MCR INTERCNAGE LOCATION

TRANSPORT SYSTEM

Launched in September 2016, Moscow Central Ring is a product of a multi-level cooperation of hundreds architects, engineers, urban planners and historians of architecture. A part of the MCR system, Izmaylovo Interchange was an important reference for the rest 30 stations as a concept, where many important infrastructural and architectural decisions were first developed and applied. Besides contributing to diversification of local public transportation, Izmaylovo Interchange connects two separated parts of Izmaylovo district.

PEDESTRIAN ENVIRONMENT

ABTB MSC 2014/ LEADING ARCHITECT/ DESIGN, ANALYSIS, 3D MODELING, RENDERING, DIAGRAMS

FUNCTIONAL ANALYSIS

EXTERNAL PUBLIC SPACE OF INTERCHANGE

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IZMAYLOVO INTERCHANGE

IZMAYLOVO TRANSPORT SCHEME Parks Railway Line 1 MCR Line Subway Line 1 Subway Line 2

INTERCHANGE CONCEPT

MCR Interchange MCR Terminal

Hotel

Subway Pavilion

Shop

Tram Stop

Kiosk

Bus Station

Residence

Taxi Stop

Administration

Bike Sharing

Warehouse

INTERCHANGE STRUCTURE Partizanskaya Subway MCR Izmaylovo Terminal Interchange Bridge Phase 1 Interchange Bridge Phase 2 Bus Station Interchange Phase 1

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Interchange Phase 2


Retail Parks Warehouses Railway Line 1 MCR Line

PUBLIC SPACE CONCEPT

MCR Interchange MCR Terminal

Waiting Area

Subway Pavilion

Recreation

Shop

Tram Stop

Play Zone

Kiosk

Bus Station

Art Object

Cafe

Taxi Stop

Basketball

Information Center

Bike Sharing

Stage

Vegetation

GROUND LEVEL

ABTB MSC 2014/ LEADING ARCHITECT/ DESIGN, ANALYSIS, 3D MODELING, RENDERING, DIAGRAMS

IZMAYLOVO FUNCTIONAL SCHEME

MCR Interchange Area Retail Bus Station waiting Area Bus Station Program

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SOLNCEVO SUBWAY STATION


GREEN HOUSE MODULE

STATION OFFICER’S MODULE

Taken place in July 2014 Moscow, open architectural competition on the “Solncevo“ metro station design encouraged me to implement social design strategies into enclosed transport object. After an internal competition, this project was chosen to be presented on behalf of the ABTB office. Green houses on the platform contain four main species of local flowers and herbs. Key surfaces of the station expose mosaic panels collectively assembled by local families guided by painters and architects. Internal halls of the station accommodate cosy recreation spaces and fast-and-healthy food points. Station’s street pavilions provide friendly and generous ADA accessible gathering spaces, challenging a common dull image of a local station entrance. These pavilions offer a new healthy relationship between local communities and public transport architecture they use every day.

HOW IS THIS STATION DIFFERENT

TRADITIONAL PERCEPTION OF THE STATION

WHAT’S WRONG WITH IT?

LET’S THINK IT REVERSED!

STATION ENVIRONMENT BUILT WITH PEOPLE IN MIND

ABTB MSC 2014/ LEADING ARCHITECT/ DESIGN, ANALYSIS, 3D MODELING, RENDERING, DIAGRAMS

MOSAIC PANEL

TICKET HALL

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SOLNCEVO SUBWAY STATION


PLATFORM GREENHOUSE

PAVILION TYPE 1

PAVILION TYPE 2

THE AIM IS TO BOND PEOPLE WITH THEIR LOCAL STATION

WHAT COULD MAKE THIS BOND?

TO ORGANIZE THE GRAND OPENING CELEBRATION

ABTB MSC 2014/ LEADING ARCHITECT/ DESIGN, ANALYSIS, 3D MODELING, RENDERING, DIAGRAMS

STATION STRUCTURE

AND TOGETHER WITH LOCAL FAMILIES MAKE MOSAIC PANELS!

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SARATOV AIRPORT CENTRAL HALL

EXPLODED DIAGRAM

CENTRAL HALL

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ROOF GLAZING PV PANELS

ROOF SLOPE

CHILLER

CROSS-SHAPE BEAMS

FLAT ROOF AC UNITS

UPPER FACE-PANELS

AIR GRID

CURVILINEAR BEAM

SPRINKLERS

AC

CURVILINEAR BEAM

LED

The concept of the central area of the airpot aimed to combine functional, environmental and aesthetic quality. The core element of its structure is an Eco-Module, a unit providing smart and sustainable operating and performance of the building. Forming a grid-shape opening for the natural light, it nonetheless provides a significant amount of comfortably shaded area due to the depth of the unit. The inside of the module is reinforced with criss-cross truces, which transit the load from the ceiling to the columns. Apart from this, the units are equipped with PV panels, AC units, LED lighting, sprinklers and rain water collecting system. 180 degrees rotated position of Eco-Modules creates a distinct symbolic image of the Saratov airport facade and interiorsW. The first row of them provides a vast canopy over the entrance zone.

ECO-MODULE FRAME

STRUCTURAL FRAME

CATWALK

VIEW FROM BELOW

MIDDLE FACE-PANELS GREY WATER FILTER MIDDLE FACE-PANELS LED LIGHTING

VIEW FROM ABOVE

COLUMN (h=19m)

ABTB MSC 2013/ LEADING ARCHITECT/ DESIGN, ANALYSIS, 3D MODELING, RENDERING, DIAGRAMS

ECO MODULE 3D SECTION

AIRPORT ENTRANCE

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SARATOV AIRPORT CENTRAL HALL

GROUND LEVEL / ENTRANCE

LEVEL 1 / CENTRAL HALL / EMBARKATION

EMBARKATION AREA

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LEVEL 2 / DEBARKATION


CENTRAL HALL SECTION

FACADE CROSS SECTION CENTRAL HALL SECTION

ABTB MSC 2013/ LEADING ARCHITECT/ DESIGN, ANALYSIS, 3D MODELING, RENDERING, DIAGRAMS

ROOF TOP VIEW

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3D COMMUNICATION CONCEPT


INNER COLUMNS

SENIORS

TEENAGERS OUTER COLUMNS

WORKERS

STRUCTURAL RINGS

STUDENTS

GREEN SPIRAL

1. SENIOR’S APARTMENT 2. STUDENT’S APARTMENT 3. OFFICE 4. MOVIE 5. CLOTHING SHOP 6. CAFE 7. GROCERY

MODULES

3D communication is the model of a new philosophy in the organization of space and function inside a skyscraper. Both structure and zoning are subject to the same goal: the combining of confined spaces inside the classical skyscraper and diversifying the modes of people’s communication. For these purposes the 3D-communication skyscraper’s structure is based on two hyperboloids revolving in opposite directions, one inside the other. Being fixed by structural rings (which carry the functional modules) the hyperboloids bring to the building extra stability necessary for the seismically active conditions of Tokyo. The main concept of the 3D-communication skyscraper is the Green Spiral. It is a hanging platform climbing around all the skyscraper’s levels- a huge pedestrian connector between all the modules. The Green Spiral starts from the Ueno Park (Tokyo) and leads through all the levels, culminating at the roof level. Now people can find green recreation zones on the way from shops to cinemas and from apartments to cafes. The Green Spiral completes the 3D-communication concept, and makes social interactions between different communities using the same building come true. The columns of the inner hyperboloid work at the same time as structural frames for the elevators. The angle of the elevator tracks allow people to see their destination from the floor they are on. Also, the circular motion of the elevators around the atrium gives a new spatial experience for passengers. In the center of the atrium is situated a vertical elevator block containing 4 big elevators. Their function is to provide a fast access to destinations for hurrying passengers. Each elevator stage is connected with modules to the levels by 4 bridges.

EVOLO SKYSCRAPER COMPETITION 2013/ ANTON BASHKAEV, CHIHIRO ENDO, KARTIK JADHAV

INTERNAL ATRIUM

3D COMMUNICATION SOCIAL INTERACTION DIAGRAM

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EVOLO SKYSCRAPER COMPETITION

BIRD EYE VIEW

RETAIL MODULE

RESIDENTIAL MODULE

OFFICE MODULE

Functional modules hang between the two hyperboloids and are divided into 4 main groups: commerce, recreation, offices, and residence. Each group takes its place in the vertical zoning of the skyscraper. The diversity of modules creates a perfect new world inside one skyscraper. Each type of module tends to the shape to suit their specific function. Now people can feel the freedom of possibilities and communication. They can choose a place for lunch straight from their office floor and easily get there or have a nice walk from a restaurant straight to the Ueno Park.

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CROSS-SECTION

HYPERBOLIC PRINCIPLE

SITE PLAN

RESIDENTIAL MODULES

OFFICE MODULES

GROUND LEVEL

SUSTAINABILITY MEASURES

RETAIL MODULES

EVOLO SKYSCRAPER COMPETITION 2013/ ANTON BASHKAEV, CHIHIRO ENDO, KARTIK JADHAV

SEISMIC MEASURE

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“SOUL OF ALTAY” ECO SHOWER

INSTALLATION IN FRONT OF THE MULTA LAKE

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PLAN

OLEG SHISHOV BUILDING A FOUNDATION

CANTILEVERING BEAM

MYSELF AND TIMUR BASHKAEV AT WORK

ABTB 2009/ TEAM PROJECT

SOUL OF ALTAY AT WORK

Soul of Altay is a winning installation of the Goroda Festival 2009, taking place on the Multa lake shore in Gorny Altay region of Russia. The main idea of this installation was to provide a shower facility for the camp in the middle of the Altay mountains, and to do it in the most elegant and least impactful way. A wooden hyperbolic vertical structure enclosed the shower area and performed as an incredably rigid base for the upper umbrella-shape structure. Joints of wooden boards presented a complicated three dimensional notch that had to be widened in process to interlock the boards under the correct angle. The function of the upper part of the structure was to collect rain water and have it warmed up by the strong summer sun. For this purpose cantilevering wooden legs were clad with a transparent waterproof material sending water to the deepening middle part with a valve at the bottom. Being pushed from the under side, it showered refreshing streams of water down on a head of a camper. The structure took two cubic meters of timber that had been brought to the top by a truck and then carried to the site board by board. Vulnerable soil of the high mountain ground excavated for the foundation was preserved and stored at the side of the installation to be later put back after the end of the festival. The Soul of Altay became one of the most visited installations of the festival, won the first prize and was later exhibited at the “Zodchestvo 2009� architectural fair.

LOAD BEARING STALL

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ANTIQUE HEADS 50

APHRODITE GYPSUM HEAD


MOSCOW ARCHITECTURAL INSTITUTE 2008 / PAPER, PENCIL

DIADUMENOS GYPSUM HEAD

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MIXED MEDIA 52

SANAIN TEMPLE , ARMENIA CHALK & CHARCOAL ON GREY PAPER


MOSCOW ARCHITECTURAL INSTITUTE 2011

ANGKOR TEMPLE MASK, COMBODIA SCRATCHING TECHNIQUE ON WAXED COLORED PAPER

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OUTGROWING HABITATS NARRATIVE


ARCHITECTURAL FAIRY TAIL COMPETITION 2016 / PERSONAL PROJECT

That was the great day for the colonists. The day when the Outer Dome was to be finally opened. The children of the colony, there were only twelve of them born on Ninevia, did not know what to expect. They were running excitedly along the glass boundary of the Greenhouse (thats what they called the Inner Dome) peering into mysterious pinkish white haze of cherry crowns on the other side. Dying of curiosity and impatience they wondered: -What would this space be like? -Would the air be different? -And the trees, the trees, they are pink! Could we climb them? Their heads were spinning with the idea that their world in one moment would get ten times bigger then it had been before! The grown-up colonists surely too were eager to open the hatches. But their joy was yearning under almost superstitious (in a way they would never confess to each other) agitation - if only all stages of the opening past smoothly. The word itself, «superstitious», hadn’t been in their active vocabulary for at least fifteen years. Since that year they left the Earth. Their kids would probably only find it in old books and understand as a pure abstraction. But really, there was nothing to be nervous about: pressure indicators showed green and had not changed since the moment of the last equalizing between the two domes. Chemical composition was showing a 98,6% match - it was clear, the second dome could be considered already connected. But the habit of scrupulosity formed in the decade of hardware to software calibration work could not let them rest on their laurels. The ultimate and final line for them would be crossed in three steps: to step outside of the Inner Dome, depressurize a suit and take one deep breath.

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OUTGROWING HABITATS NARRATIVE


ARCHITECTURAL FAIRY TAIL COMPETITION 2016 / PERSONAL PROJECT

At noon all the colonists were at the south hatch. All usual works and classes were postponed and a foregoing morning dedicated to the big clean-up and emergency decompression drills. Finally, the command center gave a five minute warning vibration and senior officers approached hydraulic boosters on the sides of the gate. Softly as if coming from within but at the same time from above, a reassuring female voice instructed all to seal the hoods of their costumes. The masters looked along the row of their pupils for the last time checking the indicators. A residual bit of the old days’ safety protocol - readiness of their pupils’ suites was indicated by a line of twelve green beams in the bottom right corner of their contact lenses. An experienced observer would see a well masked but unmistakable Earthborn nature of this countercheck. «Earthborn» here were so many things that had been usual to the generation of their parents. It was not something earthly or simple, neither it directed to the cosmographic location of the Earth on a stellar chart. Rarely and only on a suitable occasion, «Earthborn» were so called and identified tiny gestures and unintentional movements revealing a repressed distrust to machine-calculated results. An atavistic result of our brain symbolic predisposition. The only remaining remnant of what people used to call Religion. In pairs four officers stood up in front of the two access screens of the hatch. With the next command of the sirenic voice they one after another typed personal passwords and located a palm of the right hand on the halves of the screens. As the last hand touched the screen the depressurization sequence was activated. First a safety system of internal buildings reacted with a chain of sucking clap-sounds echoing along the glass of the vault - automatic pressurization of all doors and windows of Ninevia station. Each individual building had become a separate shelter as it had been for the first eight years before the first vault had been completed. Narrow segmented corridors connected them under the ground. The colonists stood rooted to the spot and all sounds faded, and only a slight rustle of the first Ninevia trees gently occupied the

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OUTGROWING HABITATS NARRATIVE


ARCHITECTURAL FAIRY TAIL COMPETITION 2016 / PERSONAL PROJECT

entire volume of the Inner Dome anticipating an upcoming collision of air flows yet unknown to each other. «Open the hatch» - pronounced the soft voice in hundred tiny sound patches (colonists used to stick them on the temporal bone right behind the left ear). Released from their sockets and boosted by hydraulic power, heavy bolts slowly moved out. With a little fizzle, much exaggerated in subsequent children’s stories, the acrylic surface of the glass went outwards for an inch and slid down into a gap of a sill. Nothing has changed: same airy ripplet of cherry flowers outside, the same cool air inside; and only the rustling sound gained in depth and volume and rolled down from both directions. The senior officers stepped outside first throwing rapt looks at each other and then at colleagues behind. They were privileged to take the first breath. Leading architect Natan Elkoni took off his hood first. He inhaled deep and held the air sweeping his eyes over the crowd. Exhale. Nobody could keep from smiling any more - hoods had all been thrown down and the colonists were flinging themselves into each others arms. Somebody wept and immediately was smothered with understanding embraces. Puzzled and excited, the children were observing the grown-ups overflowing with emotions. Racing, they followed their example and with the spirit of discipline dispelled they ran helter-skelter screaming and giggling. Running up hill and down dale, they were randomly spotting one new tree or another and racing towards it. And when it was reached, instantly choosing the next one unwilling to share a role of a pioneer-discoverer! From the speed of their fast legs to the speed of light a new world was unfolding in front of them. A new world for new adventures, new games and new explorations. They looked at each other. An intoxicated, impossible race of discoverers exploring the borders of their new dominion… Vastly spreading over their heads, the vault of the Outer Dome was built of rigid faceted pipes roboticly grown of glassy neo-polycarbonate. It was one thousand feet in diameter - three times bigger in span then its predecessor. Because of the partial translucency its ribs almost disappeared in slanting morning light and thickened when looked at from a short distance. At the nods where six pipes met a so called Smart-Unit (know as Smarty) was located. It combined building robot abilities during the construction and climate controlling unit functions when installed. Connected to one spherical grid, Smarties turned the dome into smart and responsive skin controlling all the aspects of the internal environment and observing and analyzing capricious conditions of the outside world. The planetary dynamics of Ninevia was indeed a stumbling-block and a deadly challenge for the colonists and the future civilization development in this system. Consisting predominantly of nitrogen (77%), oxygen (11%) and carbon dioxide (10%), it promised to become the next haven for the humanity. As for the colonists, it had already unquestionably become their home. To boost further colonization they had to push the O2-CO2 balance in favor of the former. In the first fifteen years they had managed to add 1,5%, which drew a domeless future to approximately a 75 year target. There were not too many opportunities for the first generation to witness the Great Depressurization. Expanding inhabited contours were of primary importance. Unlike their offspring, the first Ninevians, they well remembered the feeling of living in the unwalled world. The walls of Ninevia were transparent, beautiful and protective; but being their family castle, they simultaneously were the boundary of their existence. Semiotic characteristics of the word «wall» through millions of miles dragged from home the shades of Kobo Abe’s «Woman in the Dunes» and Anne Frank’s «Shelter». Nevertheless they were eager to discover and interact with the planet in all possible ways: through walking planting tours and remote oxygenizing expeditions, architecture and landscaping, drone and 3d acoustic cartography and last but not least songs and poetry! Limited in their desire to extend physical boundaries, sometimes they channeled this energy into creating new local forms of art and literary culture. These forms there expressed their hopes, dreams and contemplations. They already knew, on Ninevia, there surely was something to contemplate. ... The children were still running through the hills. They were running and running and running… And we are running with them.

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NEW YORK 2018

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