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Energy-Water “Nexus Haus” Concept UTSOA Independent Studio // Spring 2014

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Net-Zero Austrian Alpine Hut UTSOA Sustainability Studio // Fall 2013

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Hornsby Bend Bird Observatory: Bird-Watching Blind UTSOA Design 2 Studio // Spring 2010

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Lady Bird Lake Rowing Center UTSOA Sound Building Studio // Spring 2012

02 professional: //48

Dixon Water Foundation Josey Pavilion: Living Building Lake Flato Architects // 2013

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Fasangarten Wohn- und Geschäftshaus München Lang Hugger Rampp Architekten // 2014 - 2017

03 design-build: //68

Coffee//Work Table UTSOA Wood Design Studio // Fall 2013

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El Canton Community Healthcare Clinic Global Architecture Brigades Competition // 2012


01 academic:


module

module

as space

module

as function

as function with scale

Energy-Water “Nexus Haus” Concept Space + Green + Space

The challenge was to design a house with a focus on modularity, flexibility, and prefabrication. The results explore how a systematic process of building could inform issues of affordability and urban density. Though the research has applicability in many areas, (i.e. remote and disaster housing) this design was developed to be responsive to Austin – its physical and cultural climates. The primary beneficiary – the Alley Flat Initiative organization – would provide potential sites for which the design could be situated. The goal was to synthesize all aspects of the project – from site and construction accessibility to the social implications of urban growth and density – to develop a system that responds precisely to specific

situations with adequate flexibility to encompass a diverse set of conditions. The solution was focused on the afforda­ bility, sustainability, and adaptability of plugging housing into existing neighborhood infrastructure while exhibiting comfort and accommodating a variety of lifestyles. The system developed through this research was selected as the design concept for the University of Texas at Austin and Technical University of Munich's joint U.S. Department of Energy Solar Decathlon team entry. Programs: Revit, Rhino, ­Illustrator, Photoshop, InDesign, EQuest Energy Simulation + Modeling, Arc GIS Independent Studio Advisor: Petra Liedl

Green

Space + Core + Green

Prototype EnergyXWater Unit

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Irvine, California

Solar Decathlon Competition Austin, Texas Alley Flat Initiative Prototype EnergyXWater Unit EnergyXWater Accessory Dwelling Units

Core

Site planted cultivated nurtured

components of domesticity

Panel assembled

Volume delivered

modules of use

system

Bathroom Bedroom Private Communal Accessory

Dining Kitchen Living

Space + Core + Green

Recreation

Living

Communal

Site Plans // (left) 2015 Solar Decathlon site (right) East Austin neighborhood grid with Nexus Haus Accessory Dwelling Units plugged into infrastructure

Bedroom

Private

intersect

Private

Communal

fill surround

Greenhouse + Porch

Kitchen + Laundry + Mechanical + Bathroom

Green

Core

Space CONFIGURATIONS

typology

Austin, Texas Alley Flat Initiative Irvine, California Solar Decathlon Competition EnergyXWater Accessory Dwelling Units

Space

Diagrams // a system of modules, defined by function and constricted to the limits of prefabrication and transportation, is developed. It results in a flexible typology that could be configured in 112 ways in response to site-specific needs

// double bar with intersecting core

basis // // // // //

rules prefab. + buildabilty modularity flexibility variety

benefits

// variety in possibilities of configurations // flexibility with orientation // modularity allows accomodation of different lot sizes + site obstructions // // // //

site integration separates functions into day + night modules separates spaces into wet + dry modules reinforces volume + panel hybrid

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CORE CORE

SPACE SPACE GRID GRID

SIZESIZE

Modular grid are based on actual location and dimension of building elements. This takes into account the 3-D reality of the elements, including height, width, and thickness. It is based on 2’ increments due to most basic MTS products being manufactured in 2‘ dimensions (4’x8’ sheets of plywood, 2’ increments of studs).

Kitchen + Mechanical + Laundry + Bathroom

based on transportation permit limits 14’: max width on trailer 56’: max length on trailer based on Austin Accessory Dwelling Unit 14’ x 28’ = 392 sf 392sf x 2 units = 784 sf

14’ x 28’ 14' - 0"

4' - 0"

8' - 0"

Private

4' - 0"

2' - 0"

8' - 0"

2' - 0"

14' - 0"

Prefabricated to be shipped on-site with simple plug + play integration.

min width: 28’ min length: 28’

4' - 0"

Centralize most MEP systems to improve efficiency, quality + performance in construction + energy distribution.

28' - 0"

28' - 0"

4' - 0"

Communal

Contains all systems necessary for operation, control + maintenance.

Max Dimensions w/in Space: 8’ x 14’ Max Dimensions across System: 8’ x 40’

KITCHEN

Greater freedom with remaining space. Modularity at different scales creates maximum variety and flexibility for the system.

SPACE COMPONENTS

KITCHEN

BEDROOM

Assembled Kitchen Core Situated by trailer or by crane Dimensions: 8’x14’x10’ Enclosed by roof + floor panels and two 1/4, 1/2, 3/4 Panel

14' - 0"

2' - 1"

10' - 0"

DINING

LIVING 14' - 0"

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

4' - 0"

6' - 0"

6' - 0"

14' - 0"

4' - 0"

4' - 0"

6' - 0"

8' - 0"

8' - 0"

8' - 0"

2' - 1"

2' - 1"

LIVING

DINING

BEDROOM

REF.

8' - 0"

8' - 0"

REF.

Circulation: 4’ Transportation: 14’ Materials: 8’

Min Footprint: 784sf Max Footprint: 1920sf

8' - 0"

14' - 0"

Conditioned Area: 784sf

10' - 0"

CORE COMPONENTS

10' - 0"

max width: 40’ (based on site zoning) max length: 48’(based on configuration system)

14' - 0" 10' - 0" 2' - 1"

14' - 0"

14' - 0" 4' - 0"

Island Component Dim: 2’x6’ 10' - 0"

10' - 0" 2' - 1"

8' - 0"

REF.

REF.

4' - 0"

14' - 0"

14' - 0" 2' - 0"

Wall Component: fridge, sink, dishwasher, storage, counterspace, and window.

14' - 0" 4' - 0"

6' - 0"

8' - 0"

CORE COMPONENTS

Island Component: range, oven, hood, and storage

8' - 0"

Parts of Kitchen Component

8' - 0"

8' - 0"

2' - 1"

4' - 0"

2' - 1"

2' - 1"

10' - 0"

14' - 0"

14' - 0"

14' - 0"

14' - 0" 4' - 0"

Wall Component Dim: 2’8”x14’

8' - 0"

REF.

4' - 0"

Components of Kitchen Core

2' - 0"

8' - 0"

8' - 0"

2' - 1"

8' - 0"

4' - 0"

8' - 0"

4' - 0"

REF.

2' - 0"

14' - 0" 4' - 0"

14' - 0"

BATHROOM

Dimensions: 8’ x 14’

14' - 0"

8' - 0"

Max Dimensions: 18’ x 14’

BATHROOM Dimensions: 10’ x 14’

Assembled Bathroom Core

14' - 0"

14' - 0" 10' - 0"

10' - 0"

Dimensions: 10’ x 14’ Max Dimensions: 18’ x 14’

GARDEN

SOLARIUM

Dimensions: Based on Grid Soil or Aquaponic System

Dimensions: Based on Grid Connection between houses Unconditioned- hosts mechanical

8' - 0"

8' - 0"

W/D

8' - 0"

ACCESSORY COMPONENTS

ACCESSORY COMPONENTS

5' - 0"

8' - 0"

4' - 0"

Max Dimensions: 18’ x 14’

Situated by trailer or by crane Dimensions: 8’x10’x10’ Enclosed by roof + floor panels and one 1/4, 1/2, 3/4 Panel

14' - 0" 14' - 0"

10' - 0"

Components of Bathroom Core

10' - 0"

Shower Wall Component Dim: 2’6”x10’ Vanity Wall Component Dim: 1’9” x 10’

DECK Dimensions: Based on Grid Panelized in 2’x, 4’x, or 8’x 8’ sizes

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Storage Component Dim: 1’6” x 10’ 14' - 0" 10' - 0" 4' - 0"

2' - 0"

2' - 0"

8' - 0"

8' - 0"

W/D

PLANTER Dimensions: 2’x, 4’x Modules Border of house- ability to act as screen

4' - 0"

W/D

8' - 0"

W/D

DN

VERTICAL CIRCULATION

Shower Wall Component: shower stall, stacked washer + dryer unit, storage

Dimensions: 4’ wide Stairs: Allow potential for stacking Ramp: Austin Accessibility Ordinance

Vanity Wall Component: toilet, lavaratory, overhead storage, and undersink storage

Diagrams // the core contains the house's wet areas and the mechanical systems. It is condensed into two com­pact, transportable volumes which create the intersecting bar of the system typology //8

10' - 0"

Parts of Bathroom Components

UP

STORAGE Dimensions: 2’x 10’ Units Used as closet space Can also house bed

Diagrams // the two rectangular modules housing the core make up the other functional spaces. These are defined by a grid that maximizes flexibility and allows for variety in space delegation and organization //9


ENERGY-WATER NEXUS CORE PANELS PANELS

PANEL GRID

4' - 0" 8' - 0"

PANEL CATALOG

2' - 0"

8' - 0"

36” Door 5’x8’ Panel 3’x8’ Door Single Swing

6' - 0" 8' - 0"

8' - 0"

Solid

3' - 0" 4' - 0"

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2' - 0"

1/2

4' - 0"

3/4

1/4

1/2

72” Door 2’x8’ Panel 6’x8’ Door Double Swing

CLT SIP Panel 8’x8’ Panel 64sf surface area

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PANEL TYPES

1/4

72” Door 2’x8’ Panel 6’x8’ Door Single Slide

2' - 0"

Glass 8’x8’ Panel 64sf surface area

Cornice

8' - 0"

+ Wall

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72” Door 2’x8’ Panel 6’x8’ Door Swing-Slide

Cornice Panel 8’x2’ Panel

Exterior Panel

1/4

Door

96” Door 8’x8’ Door Swing-Slide

Window

10' - 0"

8' - 0"

2' - 0"

Solid

ENERGY-WATER NEXUS CORE

PANEL CATALOG

PANEL GRID

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BATHROOM Delivered On-Site

3/4

24” Window 6’x8’ Panel 2’x2’ Fixed 2’x5’6” Operable

SOLARIUM Panel On-Site Assembly Hosts Mechanical Entry Point

3/4

48” Window 4’x8’ Panel 2’x2’ Operable 2’x5’6” Fixed

Assembled Core Panel On-Site Assembly

KITCHEN Delivered On-Site

ENERGY-WATER NEXUS: SPACE

1/2

ENERGY-WATER NEXUS: SPACE

36” Window 4’x8’ Panel 3’x2’ Operable 3’x5’6” Fixed

NIGHT MODULE Panel On-Site Assembly

DAY MODULE Panel On-Site Assembly

1/2

36” Window 2’x8’ Panel 3’x2’ Operable 3’x5’6” Fixed

1/4

PANELS SCREEN SCREEN GRID

0' - 4" 4' - 0"

0' - 6" 4' - 0"

SCREEN CATALOG

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HORIZONTAL SHADING PANEL

4,7: 4’x8’ Panel 2’x2’ Operable 2’x5’6” Fixed

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8’x8’ Door Swing-Slide

2’x8’ Panel 6’x8’ Door Swing-Slide

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ENERGY-WATER NEXUS: ACCESSORY + SCREEN

CORNICE PANELS

6’x8’ Panel 2’x2’ Operable 2’x5’6” Fixed

2’x8’ Panel 8’x8’ Panel

3 - 6’x8’ Panel

2’x8’ Panel 3’x2’ Operable 3’x5’6” Fixed

3 - 6’x8’ Panel 8’x8’ Door Swing-Slide

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3 - 6’x8’ Panel 4’x8’ Panel 3’x2’ Operable 3’x5’6” Fixed

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9' - 0"

9' - 0"

ENERGY-WATER NEXUS: ACCESSORY + SCREEN

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VERTICAL SHADING for EAST + WEST ELEVATIONS Fixed Panels Spacing at 4”, 6”, 8” O.C.

HORIZONTAL SHADING for NORTH + SOUTH ELEVATIONS Operable Panels Spacing at 6” O.C. Louvers interlock with adjacent panel louvers

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Diagrams // the modules are enveloped by a panel and screen system, also defined by a grid, that produces a broad selection, ensuring that the building’s facade can respond to a wide range of climate conditions

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Ramp Deck Garden Planters

1: 2: 3: 4: 5:

Ramp Shading Deck Shading - Moveable Window Shading Deck Shading PVs

Diagrams // Nexus Haus elements and components //10

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PLAN

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Long Section // through living module TOUR ROUTE 6

Floor Plan // 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

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Solarium / Entry Kitchen / Core Living Bedroom / opt. Office Bathroon / Core Bedroom Outdoor Living Garden

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ENERGY-WATER NEXUS: SPACE 1/4” = 1’

Solarium Kitchen Living Bedroom Bathroom Bedroom Cross Section // through living module + outdoor living Outdoor Living Garden Parking

NIGHT MODULE connector SOLARIUM accessory unit

SOUTHWEST DAY MODULE

Diagrams // assembled Nexus Haus modules

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ASSEMBLED ExW- UNIT

SOUTHEAST

NORTHWEST

Bird’s-eye View // assembled Nexus Haus

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Exterior View // outdoor living looking toward day module + solarium

Interior Views // (top) day module: living room looking toward kitchen (bottom) day module: looking toward living room

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Solar Decathlon Site // Construction Process

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Solar Decathlon Site // Bird’s-eye View

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The design challenges included designing for an extreme climate in an extreme location within a short window of time for construction (3 months). The solution included finding a balance between the technological systems that define energy self-sufficiency with design strategies that create an efficient and comfortable design with considerations of materials' life cycles and construction and prefabrication elements.

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The Alpine Hut design project is a self-sufficient and energy independent boarding house located at a 2,883m altitude in the Oetz Valley of Gurgler Ferner in Austria. The hut will replace an existing and damaged 'Hochwildehaus' hutbuilt between 1937 and 1939. The hut is open in the summer months and is to provide food and shelter for about 25 hikers. Already on the site are: the Customs house (possession of the Austrian Federal Forestry Office), and the Fidelitashut (a self-supply, unstaffed hut accommodating about 10) used year round. Both huts are supplied via a goods cable lift, as there is no way to reach the site apart from on foot or with helicopter.

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Region Plan // sited on the Tyrol region of the Austrian Alps 2,883 m above sea level on a network of huts accessible only by hiking or helicopter

Site Plan // sited slightly north of the original hut and placed in close relation to the Fidelitas Hut which is also to be used. Water tanks protect the north of the Hut from harsh winds while the south opens to glacier views. The hut is oriented to maximize the times when the sun crosses over the mountain peak to shine on the site.

Energy Concept ENERGY CONCEPT

View of Hut from Northwest // model scale 1:200

upper water storage

electricity generating turbine +70m

lower water storage

Site Energy Strategy Diagram // water is pumped up to the top of the hill then released to turn a turbine on the way down and generate electricity. Solar power is also used, but the water tanks allow for a much more efficient means of energy storage //18

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Dining

Entry Hall Restrooms

GROUND FLOOR 1500sf | 140m2

Entry Kitchen Restrooms Dining Area Living Terrace

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200sf | 20m2 260sf | 25m2 90sf | 9m2 475sf | 43m2 475sf | 43m2 500sf | 47m2

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Sleeping Hall

Entry Hall

Double Roof System - outer roof has solar panels and is tilted to maximize snow shed and allow consistent solar collection during occupancy season Zones of Hut: entry, service, living + sleeping Radiant Floor + Occupancy Balance Water Storage Tanks = Energy Battery Stone walls from demolition used in combination with solid timber construction Windows and openings are equipped with sliding shutters that protect building during non-occupancy seasons and days with bad weather

Innkeeper Apartment

SECOND FLOOR

1300sf | 120m2

Innkeeper Bathrooms Sleep Places Storage

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10 m

280sf | 26m2 120sf | 11m2 740sf | 68m2 160sf | 15m2

Floor Plan // entry sequence leads from the Fidelitas Hut, through an alley created by water tanks and to the hut entry on the east end of the structure. Once in the hut, a stone anteroom leads to dining and living areas or to sleeping areas on the upper floor West View // //20

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Electricity Demand and Generation Diagram // demand and generation are balanced by occupancy. 2 days of good weather charge the water battery for up to 5 days of bad weather

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WATER USE

Fresh Water drinking 3 gal | 10L

Grey Water dishwashing 8 gal | 30L

misc 3 gal | 10L

loss 4gal | 15L loss 4gal | 15L

cooking 3 gal | 10L cleaning 1.5 gal | 5L

12gal | 45L

Black Water

restroom 8gal |30L

laundry 13 gal | 50L

shower 7gal |25L

21 gal | 80L

8 gal | 30L

25gal | 95L

25gal | 95L

12gal | 45L

restroom 21gal | 80L

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Domestic Water Use // water is collected in the Spring and is filtered and stored for use. 12 gallons of water are budgeted per person per day and 25 gallons for usage in the hut. Grey water is used and black water is filtered before it is released

HEATING CONCEPT

60F | 16C

68F | 20C

Radiant Floor System

Ventilation + Heat Recovery

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Structural + Construction Strategy Diagram // solid timber construction is used in combination with stone from demolition of original hut. The wood walls and water tanks are prefabricated and delivered by helicopter

Heating System + Thermal Insulation Studies // hut uses radiant floor system in combination with natural ventilation, a heat recovery ventilator, and heat balance by occupancy. Insulation was determined to be best on the inner roof which has no contact with snow; walls use solid timber construction which provides adequate insulation for our set demands //24

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Interior Views // (top left) Entry hall (top right) Dining + Living Area (right) Innkeeper's Apartment

Interior View // sleeping hall: system of beds allows for individual privacy as well as communal gathering

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West Elevation

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Year-Round Facades // East and West are protected by deep porches that minimize elevation contact with brutal weather

Summer Facade // when hut is occupied, shutters are open and windows are operable

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Winter Facade // when hut is closed, openings and glazing are protected by shutters from brutal winter conditions

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Hornsby Bend Bird Observatory: Bird-Watching Blind The Hornsby Bend Bird Observatory is a major junction where many species of migrating birds stop to feed throughout the year. It is thus a premier spot for bird lovers and bird watchers which currently lacks a bird-watching blind. The proposed bird blind is a result of an in-depth investigation and analysis of the Eastern Bluebird (Sialia sialis), a species spotted at Hornsby Bend. The pattern, structure and functionality of the blind are all influenced by anatomical aspects of the species. This blind creates an ideal screen and space where humans can observe birds with-

out interfering with the birds' habitats and daily patterns. The blind horizontally breaks apart the human image, making it difficult for birds to discern the scale of movement occurring behind the screen. In addition to mimicking the Bluebird's wings and feathers, the layering and triangulation of the screen mimics the density of vegetation in the area while providing a structurally stable form. Programs: Illustrator, Photoshop, InDesign Tools: Hand Modeling, Pencil Drawing, Ink, Watercolor

Bluebird Feathers // watercolor painting of male Bluebird feathers investigating the intricate coloring, layering and function; this abstraction became the pattern for the birdwatcher's blind

Eastern Bluebird Studies // on-site drawing and painting investigations of sighted bluebirds at Hornsby Bend Bird Observatory //30

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Bird Blind Light Studies //

Bird Blind Sections // the Blind is located at the edge of a stream to allow a clear view of birds approaching the forest and feeding on the water

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Bird Blind Rendered Perspective // approaching the bird blind

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Bird Blind Rendered Perspective // at bird blind

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Lady Bird Lake Rowing Center The proposed Rowing Center located along the banks of Austin's Lady Bird Lake engages both an active waterway and a well-used hike and bike trail. The design proposal consists of a main conditioned space and three unconditioned boat storage bays that define an apron area for interaction within the rowing center grounds for recreational and professional rowers as well as spectators. There is a major axis that penetrates that defined space leading from proposed parking grounds, intersecting the hike

and bike trail, and creating a viewing dock above the lake. The outer datum of hard materials suggests a boundary while the entry axis and inner courtyard of wooden screens, walls and shading suggest porosity and lightness, tackling the issues of public and private space. Programs: AutoCad, Illustrator, Photoshop, InDesign, EQuest Energy Simulation + Modeling Tools: Hand Modeling, Laser Cutter

Site Plan // sited at the shores of Lady Bird Lake in Austin

Southeast Bird's-eye View // model scale 1"=16' //36

Site Plan

Scale: 1/32=1

Process Modeling // //37


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Floor Plan // entry on the north-south axis between the gymnasium and boat storage bays; gymnasium includes workout area, locker rooms, staff offices, and club room on 2nd floor //38

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Boat Bay Storage Model // scale 1/2"=1' size 24"x 60"

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1" Standing Seam Metal Roof: 0.020" thickness; 1" standing seam; 18" OC Waterproofing Membrane: 6lb Red Rosin Paper fastened with copper Roofing nails Air Barrier Vapor Barrier 3/4" Plywood type CDX; Fire retardant treated 4" Closed-cell Polyurethane= spray foam Insulation 4"x6" Western Red Cedar Laminated Tongue and Groove

8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21.

Roof Decking 6"x12" Curved Glulam Beams 10"x18" Glulam Girder 10"x10" Glulam Column 4"x10" Concealed Joist Tie 4" Bluestone Sawed Veneer Drainage Plane 6" Reinforced Concrete Wall #4 Steel Rebar 2"x2"Wood Slats 8" Wide Roof Gutter 3gax3 Column Base 2" Deep Concrete Footings Foundation Piles

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R 22 2535.34 CFM

R 20 2253.62 CFM

R 18 1971.9 CFM

R 18 1690.18 CFM

1408.46 CFM R 18

2817.06 CFM R 22 3098.78 CFM 3380.5 CFM 3662.22 CFM R 24 R 24 R 24

Supply Air Intake

Mechanical Room (above)

Mechanical Room

R 22 2970.77 CFM

5687.18 CFM R 28

6161.11 CFM R 28

3218.33 CFM R 24

R 16 1126.74 CFM

845.02 CFM

563.3 CFM

281.58 CFM

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4739.32 CFM R 26

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Unconditioned Space

5213.25 CFM R 28

2475.65 CFM R 20 R 20 2228.09 CFM 1732.97 CFM R 18

R 26 4265.39 CFM

473.95 CFM R 12

1485.41 CFM R 18

247.61 CFM R9

R 24 3791.46 CFM

947.88 CFM

1237.85 CFM R 16

742.73 CFM R 14

R 14 R 24 3317.53 CFM

1421.81CFM R 16

1895.74 CFM R 18

Second Floor

2369.67 CFM R 20

2843.6 CFM R 22

Zone 3 13 Registers; 247.56 CFM each; Duct Sizes S10”x7”- S2.5”X2.2”; Air is being thrown upward since sytem runs through floor

First Floor

Conditioned Space

Interior Perspective Collage // workout room overlooking Lady Bird Lake

Building Zoning Diagram //

North-South Section // through gymnasium building

East Site Elevation //

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13 Registers; 281.72 CFM each; Duct Sizes S9.5”x9.5”- S2.5”X2.75”; Air is being thrown upward since sytem runs through floor

Zone 2 13 Registers; 473.93 CFM each; Duct Sizes S12”x10”- S3”x3”

990.29 CFM 495.17 CFM R 12

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Mechanical Room Supply Air intake is on designated area outside of mechanical room on second floor outdoor area Return Air Duct

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East-West section // through site

South Site Elevation // looking from Lady Bird Lake

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Betty + Clint Josey Pavilion: Living Building The Betty and Clint Josey Pavilion is a project located just outside Decatur, Texas. It is a 5,400 square foot building declared to be the first Living Building project in Texas. The open-air pavilion is a meeting and education center to host a demonstration site for the Dixon Water Foundation, whose mission is to promote healthy watersheds through sustainable land management ensuring the preservation of water resources. The pavilion is comprised of two identical structures, one housing a large, open gathering space for 150 occupants and the other housing a catering kitchen, storage area, public restrooms, and herbarium. The two buildings are pulled apart to allow for large open porches connecting to

the landscape, as well as a protected courtyard anchored around a heritage oak tree. The building features operable wood slats doors to allow for natural breezes to cool the building during the summer. The beauty in the design of the Josey Pavilion lies in how the simple, low-lying forms speak to the surrounding native prairie land. This simple building is dedicated to the challenge of being a fully restorative Living Building: a mission that ties directly to the Dixon Foundation's message.

East Approach // pathway defined by information on foundation's work and by features highlighting site's water collection strategy: rain chains, water trough and conservation tank

Phases of Involvement: Design Development, Construction Documents, Construction Administration Programs: Revit, Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, LEED Online.

Site Plan // sited at a prairie field with a heritage oak tree anchoring the design; parking located adjacent to a grove of live oaks and lined with planted

Lake | Flato Project Team: Bob Harris (Partner in Charge) Tenna Florian (Project Manager) Heather Holdridge (Sustainability Manager) Jacqueline Fisher (Design Intern 2012) Hellen Awino (Design Intern 2013) Joseph Dugan (Design Intern 2014) //48

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Entrance Porch Corridor // adjacent to heritage oak tree court and outside of Herbarium

Wall Detail at Herbarium // where DETAIL @ HERBARIUM 2 SCALE concrete bench meets window : 1 1/2" = 1'-0"

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Section through Kitchen Looking North //

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Lang Hugger Rampp Project Team: Thomas Rampp (Partner in Charge) Simon Dahlmeier (Project Manager) Karolina Holzbach (Project Architect) Yann Friedl (Project Architect) Philip Gross (Designer) Christopher Martin (Designer) Hellen Awino (Junior Architect)

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The project planned for Fasangarten in Munich, Germany is a 52,000ft2 mixed/use building housing a supermarket and small businesses on the ground floor and living flats and a hotel on the upper floors. The structure is bordered by a protected forest to the south, a suburban train line station to the east, and a neighborhood to the north and west sides. The design idea is to extend the surrounding greenery into the structure via the park located on the +1 Floor in order to break down its scale so that the building better fits into the relatively small-scale neighBlick around vom Quartiersplatz borhood it. I was involved in conceptual

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T30 RS

16cm

1,92 5

S_0_3.07.2

Briefkastenanlage

VK Wand 1.OG

S_0_10.1_2

6'

entfällt, verfüllen

Ortbeton Deckenfeld d=

Sauberlaufmatte 100x200

AHD VK Theke

BD-A 175 /272

VK AHD Theke

VK AHD Theke

VK ThekeAHD

STB AW 1.UG

Ortbeton Deckenfeld

d= 30cm entfällt, verfüllen VK AHD Theke

7

VK

VK

RD EG

RD

EG

VK RD EG

entfällt, verfüllen

BD-A 200 /250

7' UK +3,45

VK RD EG

7 entfällt, verfüllen

Wartungssteg

entfällt, verfüllen Schutzplanke, wandmontiert,

Boden im Gefälle 3 %

mit Kopfstücken

LKW Einfahrhilfe Wartungssteg siehe Detailplan LHR-5-DT-EG-E-325

8' Aufstiegsleiter,

OK Isopaneel Rückenschutz

ab mit

Wartungssteg

8

Wartungssteg siehe Detailplan LHR-5-DT-EG-E-325

Boden im Gefälle 3 %

age schut

Ramm

8'

90

8 entfällt, verfüllen

VK RD EG

Hubtisch

VK RD EG

EG RD

STB AW 1.UG

VK

RD

EG

VK

RD

EG

VK

RD

EG

VK

1625 /90

VK

1625 /90

STB AW 1.UG

350 /90

RD

VK

EG

RD

EG

9

1,20

chutz ahrts

30

STB AW 1.UG

z/Anf

VK RD EG

Aussparung / Rinne / Voute Detailplan siehe LHR-5-RB-DT-xx-xxx

T17

nach RStO

Mont t für EG kN punk 40 über änge e ca. Aufh Deckstung in Bela

-2// residential garage

Rampe Anlieferung Asphalt

A

Northeast view // //58

Projekt 107 FAN Fasangarten MK-Gebäude

07.08.2014

B

B'

C

C'

D'

D

E'

E

F'

F

G'

G

H'

H

I'

9

I

K

Ground Floor // the ground floor holds a supermarket as well a bakery, a meat market, and a pharmacy. For the residents, there are also bicycle storage rooms as well mailbox rooms. //59


B

Legende

MW nich Wandflie

Stahlbeton

+9,00

Porenbeton

Exemplarisch Darstellung Fassade

2,72

3

4,26

4,135 05

2,695 12

12

30

18

12

2,635 90

9858

18

20 21

40

12

19

2,815 1,10

98

20 21

98

12 30 05 2,275

2,40

12

Phase

Ausführungsplanung

Plan

30

18

18

19

TRH 01

90

05

18

2,455

2,58

1,10 18

90

Index

9637

1,0079

90

26.09.16 Datum

r Vo Planänderungen

VO Vorabzug, PB zur Prüfung Bauherr, FB Fre

B

D

E

F

G

H

D

E

F

G

H

C

-5,58 12

1

1825

4

5

05

-6,00

18 4

2

3

30

12

18 19

-5,70 -5,82

18

VK STB

08

07

WD-H 30/30

06

265

6

OK Natursteinbelag 05

7 8 9

90

2

1,9

FT 9 Stg

02

UK RD -6,00 OK FFB -7,20 OK RB -7,32

B

C

LHR-Projekt 107-FAN

MK-Gebäude Fasangarten München Marklandstraße 81549 München

12

Flur-Nr.

2641/37 Gemarkung Perlach

Höhe

± 0,00 entspricht 542,95 m ü NN

Bauherr

Fasangarten GmbH c/o Dohle Vermögensverwaltung Herr Norbert Jakobs Jean-Dohle-Str. 1 53721 Siegburg

Architekt

Lang Hugger Rampp GmbH Architekten Domagkstraße 1 80807 München T. +49 89 30 90 715 - 50 F. +49 89 30 90 715 - 99 fan@langhuggerrampp.de www.langhuggerrampp.de

1

-7,32

Schöcktronsole Typ B n. Ang. Statik

2.UG

Anschrift

-7,20

2266

24

-7,32

1

12

85

15

15

3,60

A

Projekt

01

-7,20

61

1,26 2,135

1,195

82

5

1.1 TR / 26 . 18

03

A

1

1

1,32 Heizkörper h/b/t 900/ 1748 / 173

14

5 1

85

15

5

6

Schöcktronsole Typ F (Linienlager) n. Ang. Statik

g

zu

ab

01

09

2,135

1,25

5

A

VK STB

VK STB

2,995

3,12

32 3

VK STB

15

4

01

Naturstein Belag

1,17

1,10

2,65 2,93 Sockelleiste

15

0 35

1,26

Exemplarisch Darstellung Tür

ZG

1,01

1,01

2.UG

12

14

1

3

VK Rohdecke 01 01

02 02

04

05

06

03 03

04

05

06

07

09

08 08

09

1,28

VK FT-Stufe VK NS 07

10 10

1,44

1,49

1

4

04

FT TR 1.2 10 Stg. 18 / 265

A

03

3,2

02

8

2,72

1

5

04

265

VK STB

20 21

1,10 1

-5,06

6 1,49

14

m 20m

Heizkörper h/b/t 900/ 1748 / 173

2,345

t= Verb

wild

Pod

nbel

5

OK Natursteinbelag 05

10 FT Stg TR . 18 1.2 / 26 5

WD 70/23

95

rstei

28

19

-4,64 15

1,22 225 1

8992

265

and

er

est,

ag

375

1,10

A

18

12

12 30

18 05

4

4

4

AK FT

55 4

07

15 265

FT TR 1.1 9 Stg. 18 / 265

14

22 4 4

295

09

-4,20 -4,27

06

85 265

5 8

107

Planinhalt

10

-3,90 -4,02

15

6 15

6

265

AK FT

1,01

1,01

1,14

1,10

VK Rohdecke

1,17 3

3

1

30

32

2,72

2,72

4

15

4,92

Querkraftdorn zur Lagesicherung n. Ang. Statik

Auflagerbereich Treppenlauf: Fundamenterder Anschlußfahne nicht in diesem Bereich

4,92

Schnitt A-A 1,615

2,695

61 4,92

Stair Details // there are 11 staircases throughout the building. For every staircase, each flight is a prefabricated element delivered on-site and using details like the above, each staircase is then outfitted to fit the requirements of the inhabitants.

East-West Section // at south end of building through living bar (left) and the hotel bar (right)

//60

Projekt Nr.

21

2

1,9

08

30 15 1 85

5

5

20mm t= r Verba nd

1,10

st, wilde

1,49

Pode

1,25

UK RD -0,42 OK FFB -2,70 OK RB -2,82

5

12 41

-3,12

VK STB

3

3 1,10

265

Natu

1,055

15

-2,82 -2,94

1.3 5 TR / 26 . 18

FT 6 Stg

02

WD 70/23

265

2,205

elag

15

2

4 6

-2,70

5

12

2,40

15

85

15

15

5

4

04

angrenzende Decke -3,94

steinb

15

1,055

1,00

15

Schöcktronsole Typ F (Linienlager) n. Ang. Statik

06

1,135

angrenzendeDecke -4,27

265

2,12

Natur

32

5

1

16

5

02

20 21

2

265

8 32

265

AK FT

265

30

1,04 R=

1 16

4

18

VK STB

VK STB

03

3,83

49

1,55

1,17

14

OK Aufl. -2,94

1,24

04

2,8

-3,78

1,01 2,135

UK RD -4,20 OK FFB -7,20 OK RB -7,32

1,615

2 1

485

1 AK FT

4

OK Natursteinbelag 05

FT 9 Stg TR . 18 1.4 / 26 5

1.UG

01

15

8

15 8

15

1 435

185

1,10

265

01

02

265

2

AK FT

01

02

03

04

2,385 FT TR 1.4 9 Stg. 18 / 265

18

19 5

06

UK RD -3,12 OK FFB -5,58 OK RB -5,70

15

1,615

4

12

18 18

VK STB

1,135

8

A

79

1

90

05

-1,50

15

79

1,00

1

16

01

5

1,00

90

41

18 2,40

90 18 19

08

2 5

15 R=

1,24

2,985

15

2 5 15

265

03

265

04

265 2,12

OK Aufl. -1,32

85

1

30

47

5 19 4

05

06

08

07

265

2,685

16

1

15

16

4

155

2,94

2,50

3

18 19

18

Exemplarisch Darstellung Fassade

12

12 30

30

3

3

2

09

-1,20 -1,32

18

2,72

15

07

16

1,10

01

2,275

85

5

15

d t = 20mm Verban

1,10

1,10

1,49

, wilder

5

05

5 8

05

265

14

07

265

08

265 38

16

5

AK FT

VK Rohdecke

1 1,10

165

1

-0,42

21

2

1,9

Schöcktronsole Typ F (Linienlager) n. Ang. Statik

AK FT

VK FT-Stufe VK NS 06

1,49

1,00

1,01

1 R=

Platten von der dauerelastischen Fuge aus verlegen

Sockelleiste

1,10

OK Aufl. -2,94

42

2,245

AK FT

1,01 4

2,985

5 5

AK FT

-0,12 -0,24

265 01

4,92

15

1

±0,00

1.5 5 TR / 26 FT . 18 6 Stg

02

-1,08

775 R=

1

14

OK Aufl. -5,82

AK FT

4

2 5 85

Schöcktronsole Typ F (Linienlager) n. Ang. Statik

4

1

485

VK Rohdecke

185

2,95

Schöcktronsole Typ F (Linienlager) n. Ang. Statik

OK Natursteinbelag 04

03

angrenzende Decke -0,63

1 435

2,65

1

02

5 05

1,17

02

AK FT

12 01

265

02

265

03

265

04

05

265

2,385

FT TR 1.2 10 Stg. 18 / 265

265

01

4

teinbel

1,01

1,33

06

1,045

4

Naturs

2

AK FT

47

32

30

4

1,10

03

04

05

06

AK FT

265

06

265

3,25

15

15

03

5

ag Podest

79

1,00

4

5

04

8 32

15

1.UG

1,055 Platten von der dauerelastischen Fuge aus verlegen

= 30mm

86

9

47

t, wilder

32

30 2

AK FT

845

5

15

05

VK STB

Naturstein Sockelleiste

5

OK Natursteinbelag 05

2,8

2

6 4 1,01 5 5 5 9

5 19

5

5 8

16

30

15 5

4

2 16

12

18

18

VK STB

dauerelastische Fuge

FT 9 Stg TR . 18 1.6 / 26 5

5 4

07

09

08

265

08

265

09

265

14 1,01

32

R=

5

6 6

405 FT TR 1.3 6 Stg. 18 / 265

VK RB Trittstufe VK Stufe Markierung Beginn / Ende Treppenlauf

EG 08

angrenzende Decke -0,25

AK FT

VK FT-Stufe VK NS 07

16

1,10

1,10

15 265 38

1

1

6

1,10

1,17

1,10

VK Rohdecke

A

1,04

5

4

1 1

85 FT TR 1.5 6 Stg. 18 / 265

VK NS Trittstufe

01

1,25

90

1,10

1,19

AK FT

1.7 5 TR / 26 . 18

FT 9 Stg

03

06

15

15

15 30

3

1 1

47

3

2

4

16

12

2,475

UK RD +2,82 OK FFB 0,00 OK RB -0,12

15

15 15

5 2

85

2

5

1,17

1,10

1,10

AK FT

d t = 20mm

435

30

18

95

2,8155

2,94

VK Rohdecke

15

5 2

85 1,17

1,10

1,10

VK Rohdecke AK FT

OK Aufl. -5,82

10

30 1,00

5

10

2 R=

Platten von der dauerelastischen Fuge aus verlegen

86

4

AK FT

2,72

d t = 20mm

Verban t, wilder teinbel

165

1

86 1,49

ag Podes

845

Naturs

A

Sockelleiste

1

65

2,685

415

1

3

3

Verban

265

AK FT

1,10

Naturs

265

1,855 18

1

86

A

265

Startpunkt / Verlege Richtung NS wilder Verband 01

02

12

1195 05

+1,20

30

+1,38

Auflagerbereich Treppenlauf: Fundamenterder Anschlußfahne nicht in diesem Bereich

265 1,59

16

1,00

1,045

Querkraftdorn zur Lagesicherung n. Ang. Statik

Schnitt A-A

265

405

16 VK Rohdecke

R=

265

2,76

19

3

20mm t=

2,72

20mm t=

2,72

15

1,055

16

09

4

teinbel

+6,18

12

2318 1

15

+6,30 12

2318 1

18

19

90 18

12

12 30

18

1,10

1,19 1,10

1,50

15 8

r Verba nd

1,10

st, wilde

1,49

Pode

elag steinb Natur

32 3

3

3,25

OK Aufl. -4,02

AK FT

265

745

Naturstein Anröchter Dolomit, grün, geschliffen wilder Verband, Mindest Breite 12 cm Maximal Breite 30 cm Seitenverhältnis Länge/Breite: 2/1

VK STB

+2,50

49

5

5

ag Podes

15

01

+6,18

Schöcktronsole Typ B n. Ang. Statik

1

695

09

2,72

90

Heizkörper h/b/t 2000/ 506 / 136

02

5

+2,82

06

3

3 1,10

1,17 15

8

15 8

r Verba nd

1,49

1,10

st, wilde

Pode elag steinb Natur

32

15

1 2

AK FT

02

03

04

01 01

02

03

04

4

AK FT

1

15

12

90

1

86

03

0 / 26

1806

20 16

06

2,82

90

15

85

15 5 5

2 1,10 2 30 1 2 1,10 2 5

5

15 15 5

5

2 1,10 30

2

AK FT

47

5 19 5 4

06

07

08

05 05

06

07

VK FT-Stufe VK NS 08

1,01

30

32

9 5

Platten von der dauerelastischen Fuge aus verlegen

FT TR 1.1 9 Stg. 18 / 265 2,95

68

AK FT

1,135

15

09

2 15

15

85

5

13

15

30

VK STB

15

1

86

04

FT 8 Stg TR . 18 1.1

OK Aufl. -1,32

845 UK RD +1,20 OK FFB -1,08 OK RB -1,20

265

0 34

1,0197

1,1447

5

20

12

16

05 2,645

1,895

4

2,77

2,50 1675

OK Natursteinbelag 05

1,6

18

1,10

2 5 AK FT

47

AK FT

02

03

04

01 01

02

03

04

6 4 1,01 5 5

4

1,17

1,10

1,10

VK Rohdecke AK FT

2

5

1

3

3

d t = 20mm

1,10

09

2 1,49

teinbel

1,10

2,46 3,93

2,72

Naturs

AK FT

Verban t, wilder

Exemplarisch Darstellung Fassade

90

12

VK STB

Typ A2

Exemplarisch Darstellung Fassade

05

+7,325

05

2

2,50

wild

1 03 03

04

3 1,10

1,17

1,10

VK Rohdecke

04

Lauf 1.8 der Übersichtlichkeit halber gekürzt dargestellt - siehe ZG für Auflagerbereich unten

15

4 4

5 5 6 15 15

15 15 85

2

13

5

30 05

VK STB

2,845

2,97

90

Exemplarisch Darstellung Fassade

2,50 1,10

1806

Naturstein Belag 1,10

07

VK STB

VK STB

15

15

2

85

20m m t= Verb and er

1,10

1,10

VK Rohdecke

1,49

est, Pod lag inbe rste

Natu

305

2 32

1,01 5 5 5 19 5 4

05

07

08

06 06

08

05

VK FT-Stufe VK NS 07

1,01 4 6 15 15 6

VK Rohdecke

1,49 15

12

12

VK STB

1817

90 9861

90 12 30

2,72

2,15 2,665

Exemplarisch Darstellung Fassade

Typ A2

+7,505

Typ A2

285

ag Podes

90

1817

20 06

1,10

285

1,49

1,50 1,10 32

3

3

2

FT TR 1.3 6 Stg. 18 / 265

15 79

85

18

775

1 1

16

09

1,10

17 385 14

08

1,10

265

Exemplarisch Darstellung Tür

1.OG

08

+7,625

06

1,17

265

07

2

0

265

06

15

1,0

265

1,855

05

85

265

2,12

1

8

15

nd t Verba

15

85 15 5 2

2,695

2,82

90

4,6367

4,5117

9866

90 12 30 05 2,7786

2,6536

15

15 85

15 1,28

VK Rohdecke

30

5 5 2 14

22 4 4

4

01

265

04

01

265

67

03

1,01

Podest Geländer 1.6 - 1.7 siehe Schnitt C-C

AK FT

265

1,01 16

4,92

10

Naturstein Trittstufe ganzen Stein

07

4

49

+7,745

AK FT

565

96

1

02

4

OK Aufl. -4,02

1

R=

+8,80

2,49

+3,00

20

Typ A2

1 5 1.1 / 26 06

wilder

6

3,70

845

= 30mm

06

Planspezifische Angaben

+3,12

08

1,1325

4,92

TR FT . 18

8

2,8

Wand- und Deckendurchbrüche nur nachrichtlich: siehe Angaben im Grun Ausbau (z.B. Trockenbau) nur nachrichtlich enthalten; siehe Ang. im GR W

+3,24

09

C

EG

NS

15

1,13 2,135

UK RD -1,50 OK FFB -3,78 OK RB -3,90

86

9 Stg

Typ A2

265

Stützenmittelpunkte liegen, wenn nicht anders vermasst, auf Achsenschnittpunk Wandachsen liegen, wenn nicht anders vermasst, auf den darunterliegenden Ac Einarbeitung Bodenbelag an Türschwellen hat immer parallel/gerade zu erfolgen Gefälleverzug ist im Belag herzustellen - keine schiefen Ebenen.

1

5

nd t Verba

02

5

01

02

a

+1,50

09

03

1

B

07

04

115

01

06

05

1

115

Schöcktronsole Typ F (Linienlager) n. Ang. Statik

05

06

1

4

04

03

115

4

03

04

1

06

1,055

1,00

d

05

115

09

1

565

06

VK FT-Stufe VK NS 06

1

2,275

285 2,72

2,15 2,665

5

15

85

15

15

1,10

3

3

285

01

02

6

2

4

Exemplarisch Darstellung Fassade

1 1,10

1,10

1,17

01

AK FT

02

2

5 4

04

05

06

03 03

04

05

VK FT-Stufe VK NS 06

1,01

07

1

85

02

07

115

06

8

1,04 R=

1 16

OK Aufl. -0,24

AK FT

05

07

Exemplarisch Darstellung Fassade

2,50 15 2

85

t=

1,10

and

1,10

Verb er

1,49

wild est, Pod ag

nbel rstei

2

Natu

32

30

47

VK RohdeckeAK FT

5 19

20m m

4 1,01 4 5 5

5 9 5 07

30

15

5

15 6

2 5 15

85 1,10

1,10

VK Rohdecke AK FT

2 32 3

1

08

AK FT

1,10

1,10

1

49

2

115

20

5

1

Verband

85

1

wilder

15

115

NS

85

1

09

1,10

115

4

NS wilder t = 30mm

3

115

VK FT-Stufe VK NS 08

32

1

01

08

115

08

1,00

1

14

Verban

08

1

07

185

2,685 2,985

04

1,10

115

06

R=

1,33

435 485

NS wilder t = 30mm

85

1

09

08

2

47

15 1,17 3

t = 20mm

2,72

nd

Verba t, wilder

115

VK FT-Stufe VK NS 08

Podes

1

07

lag

115

05

teinbe

1

115

2,11

06

1,49

1

03

Naturs

115

05

15

1

07

15

1,055

4

1525

= 30mm

7

115

4,92

1,04

1

nd t Verba

1,10

1

02

265

wilder

3

115

01

265

NS

2,72

1

03

m 30m

AK FT

FT TR 1.6 9 Stg. 18 / 265

03

1,42

115

Verband NS wilder t = 30mm

t=

265

06

7

1

1

16

5

265

03

15

115

02

and

+8,95

10

1.OG

1

OK Natursteinbelag 05

03

01

+6,30

Exemplarisch Darstellung Tür

2,49 2,50

265

04

Handlauf auf den Boden führen

1

OK Aufl. -0,24

2,385

03

VK Rohdecke

1

115

60 x 15 mm

Platten von der dauerelastischen Fuge aus verlegen

2,12

03

UK RD +8,95 OK FFB +6,30 OK RB +6,18

565 AK FT

1

Schnitt C-C

B

1

r Verb

5

Schöcktronsole Typ F (Linienlager) n. Ang. Statik

Typ B2

5,41

115

OK Natursteinbelag 03

A

2,075

2,82

A

AK FT

265

FT TR 1.4 9 Stg. 18 / 265

VK FT-Stufe VK NS 05

15

2,26

68

06

1,93

1,00

1

115

07

UK RD +5,88 OK FFB +3,24 OK RB +3,12

5

2,245

265

16

Verband

14

15

2,195 R=

265

14 8

NS wilder t = 30mm

1 1 Sockelleiste

1,895

4

05

4

61

30

04

275

4

265

5

1525 265 38

16

02

265

03

AK FT

FT TR 1.10 8 Stg. 1806 / 265

1

04

1,45

1

06

wilde

Pode

04

ag

265

5

Platten von der dauerelastischen Fuge aus verlegen

86

4

165

1 1

02

265 1,855

1,00

01

265

R=

01

265

85

and

22

1

86

r Verb wilde NS 30mm t=

1

115

4,92

44

265

1,33 1,065

A

AK FT

03

1,1775

02

355

70

OK Aufl. -1,32

20

m 20m

09

08

06

07

05

04

03

02

01

st,

nbel

rstei

Natu

15

09

08

07

VK FT-Stufe VK NS 06

05

04

03

02

01

t=

41

2,985

1

+9,25 +9,13

VK STB

04

and

1

07

UK RD +7,325 OK FFB +6,30 OK RB +6,18

r Verb

FT TR 1.5 6 Stg. 18 / 265

02

15

Heizkörper

85

1

1

83

+9,37

08

h/b/t 2000/ 506 / 136

1,66

225 1

845

Schöcktronsole Typ F (Linienlager) n. Ang. Statik

09 Typ A3

angrenzende Decke +9,00

115

08 08

5

915

2,685

75

Sockelleiste

02

01

265

AK FT

1,045

4

A 265

7 03

2,12

5

15

03

Typ A3

18

1

15

265

1,325

02

04

5

2,5

FT TR 1.11 9 Stg. 1806 / 265

15

265

1,59

16

1,00

Verband

2 / 26

1,775

4

R=

NS wilder t = 30mm

FT 8 Stg TR . 18 1.1 17

32

1

685

265

565

1

01

2.OG

5

angrenzende Decke +9,25

1

10

265

01

1

3,2

OK Natursteinbelag 05

1

C

AK FT

265

m 30m

02

5,41

1,065

15

1,25

745

1

UK RD +1,20 OK FFB -1,08 OK RB -1,20

2,49

07

Typ A3

+10,405

115

265

16

56

AK FT

t=

B

695

1

86

Typ A3

+10,585

845

+11,87

08

+10,705

06

2.OG

16

OK Aufl. +3,00

2,985

OK Aufl. -1,32

15

01

+10,825

5,41

East-West Section // at north end of building through living bar (left) and the hotel bar (right)

+12,22

3 5 1.1 / 26 TR 17 FT . 18 Stg

29

1

OK Natursteinbelag 05

86

10

Typ A3

a

15

1,055

1,00

15

Schöcktronsole Typ F (Linienlager) n. Ang. Statik

01

1

Schnitt B-B

1,04 R=

1

1,3325

4

04

Typ C1

4

15

03

Schöcktronsole Typ F (Linienlager) n. Ang. Statik

10

185

2,685 OK Aufl. +1,38

1

14 FT TR 1.8 9 Stg. 18 / 265

and

UK RD +12,22 OK FFB +9,37 OK RB +9,25

Typ C1

4,92

VK STB

265

Exemplarisch Darstellung Tür

435 485

3,67

06

04

2,49 2,50

2,38

16

30

5

FT 9 Stg TR . 18 1.8 / 26 5

02

01

5

34

1

265

Höhensp darüber

Heizung Lüftung Sanitär Elektro nach statisc

H L S E n.s.E.

UK roh UK fertig Raumhöhe OK fertig OK roh

Die Zeichnung gilt nur in Verbindung mit den gültigen Fachplanungen (Tragwerk Alle Masse sind verantwortlich am Bau zu prüfen; Unstimmigkeiten sind der Bau Türhöhen bzw. Brüstungshöhen beziehen sich auf OK FFB des höherliegenden

+4,44

03

06

15

RH

OK Natursteinbelag 05

and

4

A

Handlauf auf den Boden führen

VK Rohdecke

265

T m

Höhensp darüber

Höhensprung fertig

ZG

06

06

ZG

07

1,1775

20

15

Typ A3

16

265

5

Flächenangaben:

Höhensprung roh

B

FT 8 Stg

07

08

15

BD.. Bodendurchbruch (LxB ≙ Planlänge x -höhe)

Boden

08

07

Exemplarisch Darstellung Tür

+12,52 +12,40

1.9 5 TR / 26 . 18

02

09

+4,74 +4,62

265

07

4,92

angrenzende Decke +12,27

OK Natursteinbelag 05

565

AK FT

265

2,12

StB-Kanten mit Dreika

KBB d=… Kernbohrung Boden

08 07

1,115

1

2,82

265

FT TR 1.6 9 Stg. 18 / 265

+12,64

09

1,50

1,00

5 19

1,17

1,10

1,10

AK FT

2

5

3

3

d t = 20mm

1 30

32

Verban

2

AK FT

ag Podes teinbel Naturs

VK STB

VK STB

1,10

2,72 05

05

t, wilder

1,10

8

Verb

and

r Verb

wilde 30mm t=

2,985

30

15

+5,88

49

14

265

wilde

16

OK Aufl. +9,13

2,685

Sockelleiste

1

405 FT TR 1.12 8 Stg. 1817 / 265

OK Aufl. +7,505

R=

1525

Wanddur (Ansicht)

KB d=.. Kernbohrung

BA.. Bodenaussparung, BS.. Bodenschlitz (LxBxT)

08

Verbm er wild = 30m t

75

185

1,485

1

AK FT

GK-Deck

Revision

WS.. Wandschlitz (BxTxH)

20

16

265

Schöcktronsole Typ F (Linienlager) n. Ang. Statik

10

angrenzende Decke +12,52

+6,06

4

15

NS

70

1,3325

d

4225

Verband NS wilder t = 30mm

265

1,00

Gewachs

Böschun

01

AK FT

Verban wilder30mm t=

265

R=

4

NS

AK FT

2,12

FT TR 1.10 8 Stg. 1806 / 265

16

1

265

09

1,85

5

265

er

8

265

09

265 38

wild

14

265

NS

Platten von der dauerelastischen Fuge aus verlegen

A

38 16

265

265

5

1

NS

1 1

265

08

1525

165

1525

2,245

VK FT-Stufe VK NS Trittstufe 05

1,00

15

1,055 Platten von der dauerelastischen Fuge aus verlegen

08

15

NS

R=

1,775

AK FT

07

4

AK FT

1,04

1

16

06

5

1,00

05

2,2475

R=

04

1

Platten von der dauerelastischen Fuge aus verlegen

1 1

16

OK Aufl. +3,00

07

09

08

90

1

5

Platten von der dauerelastischen Fuge aus verlegen

08

07

06

05

89

1

16

5

17 385

05

Verband NS wilder t = 30mm

09

VK FT-Stufe VK NS 07

06

04

Verband NS wilder t = 30mm

5

15

1,37

15

2,985

04

4

165

1

1

1,50

16

1 155

AK FT

4

1

14

05

03

02

01

AK FT

2,985

04

03

02

01

1525

1,485

1

OK Aufl. +9,13

85 FT TR 1.11 9 Stg. 1806 / 265 2,685

d

Verban wilder30mm t=

15

18 NS

1,1775

15

30

2,385

14

OK Aufl. +7,505

1

17

2,205

48 16

16

1,00

265

265

14

VK FT-Stufe VK NS 06

1 1

R=

265

03

Verband NS wilder t = 30mm

1,00

R=

86

265

85

03

15

02

1

86

A

265

AK FT

1,1325

845

10

265

2,685

01

+15,34

+15,34

15

265

FT TR 1.7 9 Stg. 18 / 265

02

angrenzende Decke +15,34

265

2,12

OK Aufl. +1,38

1

B

265

2,385 18

16

1,00

30

AK FT

265

48 14

01

10

265

43

16

1,01

1

5

15

1

86

VK Rohdecke

285

2

565

845

1

85

15

5

6

85

UK RD +4,44 OK FFB +1,62 OK RB +1,50

D

d

905

265

30

AK FT

2

5

3

3

1

4

1

1

05

a

06

1

07

115

08

1

05

115

06

1

08

115

VK FT-Stufe VK NS 07

1

1,01

115

4

1

15

115

5

1

1,48

2

115

9

1

47

115

15

30 265

Schöcktronsole Typ F (Linienlager) n. Ang. Statik 2,11

4

4,92

VK Rohdecke

1

5

115

Kies

REV

WD.. Wanddurchbruch (BxH)

Wand

+6,30

03

09

1

Sockelleiste

265

4

1,10

1,10

VK Rohdecke

1,17 VK Rohdecke 115

09

1

5,41

265

OK Natursteinbelag 05

40 115

3.OG

265

9

30

32

47

2 85

15

15

5 2,15 2,665

AK FT 1

Isopanee

GKD

06

angrenzende Decke +5,88

2,72

a

08 08

2,49

AK FT

09

2

5 09

AK FT

1,49

1,10

1,10

29

285 Exemplarisch Darstellung Fassade

1

3

3

2 1,10

1

09 09

D

15

265

5

6

10 10

VK Rohdecke

4

+4,86

A

Feuerhem

KBD d=.. Kernbohrung Decke

+6,18

07

1,1325

1.OG

+15,14

265

15

4

UK RD +15,34 OK FFB +12,64 OK RB +12,52

Feuerbes

mineralisch gebundene Holzwolle

DA.. Deckenaussparung, DS.. Deckenschlitz (LxBxT)

08

angrenzende Decke +6,18

1,45

1,545

Stahl Ans

Brandwand

DD.. Deckendurchbruch (LxB ≙ Planlänge x -höhe)

Decke

Schöcktronsole Typ F (Linienlager) n. Ang. Statik

4,92

VK STB

43

A

1,26 2,135

Stahl ges

XPS Dämmung, Perimeterdämmung

Estrich

Podest Geländer 1.9 siehe Schnitt B-B

Fensterbank Anröchter Dolomit grün

UK RD +9,00 OK FFB +6,30 OK RB +6,18

Schnitt D-D

15

1,53

1,10

01

1

t = 20mm

Verba nd t, wilder Podes steinb elag

2,72

2,15 2,665

Exemplarisch Darstellung Fassade

Natur

1,10 15

2

85

20m m t= er wild

1,10

1,10

15

2,49 2,50

56

AK FT

15

1,45

04

Verban wilder30mm t=

15

2,27 2,42

15

1,63

and Verb

VK Rohdecke

est, Pod

1,49

lag inbe rste

2 47

32

30

1,365

3.OG

1

2,12 FT TR 1.8 9 Stg. 18 / 265

4

185

1,615

Holz

Abdichtung Dampfsperre 155

VK Rohdecke

3,60

5,41

89

265

Holz, Ho Brettschi

EPS Dämmung EPS Sockeldämmplatte

Mineralwolle 1000°C

Typ C1

R=

UK RD +10,405 OK FFB +7,745 OK RB +7,625

265

OK Aufl. +4,62

30

Exemplarisch Darstellung Tür

15

265

WDF

Sichtbeton

Mineralwolle

265

Typ C1

5

2,82

AK FT

2,04

1

Sockelleiste

08

1,185

1,01 4

18

15

1,45

Exemplarisch Darstellung Tür

09

VK Rohdecke

VK Rohdecke

01

Lauf 1.12 der Übersichtlichkeit halber gekürzt dargestellt - siehe 2.OG für Auflagerbereich unten

715

4

6

1.OG

08

5 4

03

04

05

06

02

265

02

03

04

05

265

AK FT

14

265

16

86

155

5

AK FT

265

8

97

1,50

15

4 5 19

9

VK FT-Stufe VK NS 06

265

FT TR 1.12 8 Stg. 1817 / 265

2,80 2,95

85 15 5 2

A

265

8

16

Platten von der dauerelastischen Fuge aus verlegen

1,9725

10 09

Natu

4 1,01 5

5 5

1,00 R= Platten von der dauerelastischen Fuge aus verlegen

4

5 07 07

265 1,855

1,935

1

265

30

NS

15

AK FT

6

5

15

15 15

5 2

85

1,10

1,17

1,10

VK Rohdecke AK FT

2 1

3

t = 20mm

32 3

47

30 2

08 AK FT

1,10

1,10

08

2,72

nd Verba t, wilder Podes lag teinbe

1,49

Naturs

265

8

30

1525

165

1

Platten von der dauerelastischen Fuge aus verlegen

1,26

49

265

14

OK Aufl. +10,585

5

1,00

20

38 16

1,00

R=

15

AK FT

16

1

Verband NS wilder t = 30mm

1

265

43

1

4

R=

1 08

1,00

08

1 R=

Platten von der dauerelastischen Fuge aus verlegen

Sockelleiste

07

89

155

06

1

30

5

AK FT

05

2,50

1

86

10

04

Verband

Verband

15

845

11

1

16 07

NS wilder t = 30mm

10

NS wilder t = 30mm

5

1,23

5

1

16

OK Aufl. +12,40

09

08

07

06

05

04

03

02

01

AK FT

09

3,25

08

06

05

04

03

02

01

4

1,22

1 16

10

VK FT-Stufe VK NS 07

d

1,18

1

05

38 14 85

FT TR 1.13 10 Stg. 1817 / 265 2,95

15

17 5

AK FT

905

A

265

04

265

VK FT-Stufe VK06 NS

265

03

2,38

265

03

265 5

Verband NS wilder t = 30mm

265

2,65 18

Verban wilder NS t = 30mm

15

265

14

OK Aufl. +10,585

1

15

30

AK FT

265

48 16

16

1,00

265

AK FT

+8,80

15

1,32

30 02

1 1

R=

265

43

2,72

1,305

1 1

30

1525 01

90

1

5

17

OK Aufl. +6,06

85

02

565

89

265 385

2,42 01

UK RD +15,34 OK FFB +10,825 OK RB +10,705

265

FT TR 1.9 8 Stg. 18 / 265

d

5,41

15

Verban wilder30mm t=

15

265

AK FT

1,1325

11

265

2,12 18

OK Aufl. +4,62

1

1

265 1,855

NS

1,48

265

30

16

1,00

30

AK FT

265

48

1

R=

265

43

1

AK FT

6 1

4

565

845 86

15

5

15

15 15

5 2

UK RD +9,00 OK FFB +4,86 OK RB +4,74

85

28

15

MW KS

05

05

Fertigteil +9,00 VK STB

95 11

MW trag

25

25

WU-Beton angrenzende Decke +9,00

4,92

15

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vertreten durch: DEVELOPMENT PAR Herr Rainer Schulz Kaistraße 2 40221 Düsseldorf


Ansicht Nord

Ansicht Ost

North Elevation //

East Elevation //

Ansicht West

Ansicht Süd Projekt 107 FAN Fasangarten MK-Gebäude

Projekt 107 FAN Fasangarten MK-Gebäude

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07.08.2014

South Elevation //

//62

West Elevation //

Projekt 107 FAN Fasangarten MK-Gebäude

Projekt 107 FAN Fasangarten MK-Gebäude

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07.08.2014

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Blick aus der Marklandstraße

Im Innenhof

Projekt 107 FAN Fasangarten MK-Gebäude

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Exterior Views // (top) approaching building from the southwest (bottom) +1 Floor park for residents

//64

Photos of Construction process //

Projekt 107 FAN Fasangarten MK-Gebäude

07.08.2014

//65


03 design-build:


COFFEE // WORK TABLE The design of this coffee table arose from a small scale study of integrating programs in order to introduce a high degree of flexibility and functionality into an ordinary, everyday piece of furniture. I designed the table to accommodate the ways in which I use space and surfaces. My primary goal was to create a coffee table that I could also comfortably use as a work desk. There was an in-depth analysis of the proportions of the table and a study of how the table would fit the spaces it was in-

tended for. I constructed two horizontal planes that house three storage units: one closed (drawer), one semi-open (cubby), and one completely open. The compartments are used to store the different objects of my daily work within reach, but neatly organized and stored in order to have a coffee table accessible immediately.

Front//

Side//

Phases of Involvement: Complete Design- from the selection of rough lumber to finishing. Material: Hard White Maple

As Coffee Table// //68

Top//

As Work Station// //69


El Canton Community Healthcare Clinic In February 2012, the University of Texas Global Architecture Brigades chapter participated in a month long design competition for a health care clinic in El Canton, Honduras. The design proposal was selected as the sole winner among 16 other entries by chapters nationwide. The strategy taken by the design team allowed for the future development of the site for a community center. The key to the success of the design was an understanding of the construction techniques of that region in order to design a feasible structure in terms of cost, material resources, and construction ability. In addition to participating in the UT

B 11

chapter idea proposals competition, I was involved in document production for the final competition submission.

11

4

6

7

8

9

10

5

Programs: Revit, AutoCad, Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, EQuest Energy Simulation + Modeling

A

A

2

3

4

1

Design Team: Caitlin McCunney, Francisca Pineda, Hellen Awino, Jorge Martinez, Maite Bermudez, Matthew Dubin, Megan Matthews, Melissa Jones, Michaela Wright, Nan Jiang, Parker Thompson, Ryan McCulloch, Tyler Stowell, Yanjing Chen

B N

1 entrance 2 general storage 3 reception

4 outdoor waiting area 5 hallway 6 secure medical storage

7 8 9

office treatment room examination room

plan | 1:100

10 dental room 11 rainwater cistern

Floor Plan // entry on south-west side of building

Status: Completed 2014

5

3

6

4

1

2

3

4

5

6

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N

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1 road to Teupasenti 2 entrance 3 future community center

4 parking 5 proposed site 6 dirt path

site plan | 1:200

Site Plan // Sited on a steep slope south of agricultural farm

assembly diagram

Construction Process Strategy // //71


corrugated aluminum roof 2 X 6 wood member wood runners

metal gutter drainage pipe cistern

concrete beam CMU plastered & painted clerestory window with mesh CMU block filled with sand for insulation

drainage canal concrete sill

section B-B | 1:75

section A-A | 1:75

Long Section // through hallway

mamposteria foundation

Cross Section // through reception, hallway + treatment room

concrete slab

construction details | 1:30

Detailed Section // of retaining wall and water collection process

corrugated aluminum roof wood runners

w

sun

summe r sun

2 X 6 wood member r inte

metal gutter

Rainwater colecion The roof of the largest building of the clinic will be used for water colection. The roof closest to the front of the building collects water left in the tank for use in sinks and other functions within the clinics for treatment, examination and dental consutorios. (shown in blue) In addition, the rear roof of the tank collects water for the outdoor pilas, sinks and bathrooms. The annual projection for water usage will be approximately clininca of 68.000 to 76.000 liters, which means that the roofs will be able to collect from from 150.000 to 160.000 liters of agual year.

wood screen 8� square wood column steel connection plate

Sustainability The building roof also provides extensive cover for the sun during the summer and winter. To facilitate the construction of the building, the roof truss is designed with standard sizes for the top and bottom of the truss. Photovoltaic panels will be mounted on the roof to store and provide electricity for the clinic. Additionally, the windows postions were articulated to create breezes for ventilation of the building while conditioning the spaces inside the clinic.

concrete beam

10� square concrete base for column mamposteria foundation concrete stairs wood concrete sill concrete slab

Diagram // Passive Strategies and Rainwater Collection

//72

sustainability diagrams

construction details | 1:30

Detailed Section // of porch entry

//73


Rendered Perspective // looking at site from east

//74

Rendered Perspective // looking southeast of site

//75


Rendered Perspective // (left) Porch and (right) circulation hall

//76

Photos of Construction process //

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Hellen Rose Awino // Selected Works hrawino@gmail.com

hellen rose anyango awino // selected works  
hellen rose anyango awino // selected works  
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