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CASE STUDY THE STUDY OF TYPOLOGY Nataly Bakeeragha Katy Kadmous Cristiene Morcos

Cal Poly Pomona ARC 3020 - Urban Design Professor Irma E. Ramirez Spring 2019


LOFTS AT CHEROKEE STUDIOS

FORMOSA 1140

unite d’habitation

BROADWAY HOUSING


INDEX LAYOUT KEY INFORMATION ( 3 - 6) CONCEPT / IDEA ( 7 - 10) SITE PLAN LOGIC ( 11 - 14) CIRCULATION ( 15 - 22) -VIRTICAL -HORIZANTAL -COURTYARD SPACE AND STAIRS -PEDESTRIAN & AUTOMOBILE RELATIONSHIP

PEDESTRIAN & AUTOMOBILE RELATIONSHIP ( 23 - 26) PUBLIC & PRIVATE ( 27 - 30) UNIT ANALYSIS ( 31 - 41)

-TYPES -INTERIOR PHOTOS -PLANS

MATERIALS, STRUCTRAL AND CONSTRUCTION ( 42 - 55) HUMAN AND SAFTY ( 56 - 59) NATURAL LIGHT AND VENTLATION ( 60 - 64) ELEVATION VIEWS ( 65- 68) CONCLUSION (69)


LOFTS AT CHEROKEE STUDIOS LAYOUT AND KEY INFORMATION PROJECT ARCHITECT : Cherokee Studios. PROJECT ARCHITECT :

Pugh and Scarpa.

DATA BUILT: 2010. LOCATION: CITY AND COUNTY:

751 North Fairfax Avenue, LA, USA.

COST: $6,250,000.00 AREA: 20505.25 SF. TYPOLOGY: Courtyard. PROJECT DENSITY: 26 unites per acre NUMBER OF UNITS: 12 Units/Four Floors. NUMBER OF UNITS TYPE: 12 Types. PRIVATE OUTDOOR SPACE PER DWELLING UNIT:

200 SF.

PARKING SPACE PER DWELLING SPACE :

2 Parking per Unit/7 Retial Parking

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FORMOSA 1140 LAYOUT AND KEY INFORMATION PROJECT ARCHITECT :

Lorcan O’Herlihy Architects

DATE BUILT: 2008 LOCATION: CITY AND COUNTY:

1140 North Formosa Avenue, WeHo

AREA: 15995 Ft Square TYPOLOGY:

Modified Courtyard Housing

PROJECT DENSITY: 30 Units per Acre NUMBER OF UNITS: 11 Units/Four Floors NUMBER OF UNITS TYPE: 2 Types PRIVATE OUTDOOR SPACE PER DWELLING UNIT:

170 Ft Square of balconies per unit

PARKING SPACE PER DWELLING SPACE :

2 Parking per Unit

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unite d’habitation LAYOUT AND KEY INFORMATION LAYOUT AND KEY INFORMATION PROJECT ARCHITECT : LE CORBUSIER DATA BUILT: 1947-1952 LOCATION: CITY AND COUNTY:

MARSEILLE, FRANCE

COST: $741,000 PER 1,500 SF AREA: 11.5ACRES TYPOLOGY: TOWER BLOCK PROJECT DENSITY: 29 unites per acre HIGH DENSITY NUMBER OF UNITS: 337UNITS NUMBER OF UNITS TYPE: 23 Types. PRIVATE OUTDOOR SPACE PER DWELLING UNIT: PARKING SPACE PER DWELLING SPACE :

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Broadway Housing LAYOUT AND KEY INFORMATION PROJECT ARCHITECT : Daly Genik PROJECT ARCHITECT : Daly Genik DATA BUILT: 2010-2012 LOCATION: CITY AND COUNTY:

Santa Monica, California

COST: $5,125,000 PER 22,039 SF AREA: 0.77acres TYPOLOGY: Block PROJECT DENSITY: 43 units per acre NUMBER OF UNITS: 33 Units NUMBER OF UNITS TYPE: 2 Types. PRIVATE OUTDOOR SPACE PER DWELLING UNIT:

0 SF.

PARKING SPACE PER DWELLING SPACE :

56 Parking

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LOFTS AT CHEROKEE STUDIOS CONCEPT /IDEA The Lofts at Cherokee Studios is a demonstration of the industry’s ability to go green without pricing out buyers. “Our company was founded on the concept that we would only do green development, and we felt green development could be done cost effectively and profitably,” Reitz says. The building is designed to incorporate passive and active energy-efficient measures and optimize building performance to reduce energy use during all phases of construction and occupancy. Passive design strategies include: - location and orientation for the solar cooling loads. - Shaping and oreintation of the building for the wind. -designing window to maximize daylighting. - Shaping the building for naatural ventilation. - Shading south-facing windows and minimizing west-facing glazing.

Cherokee Studios. (1970, April 01). Retrieved from http://www.aiatopten.org/node/461

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FORMOSA 1140 CONCEPT /IDEA The design of this project is based on the idea of “greening the city” and wanting to embrace community living and giving back some public green to the city around it, which was resulted by shifting the courtyard to one side of the building not only for the residents, but the community at large. On the other hand, the units are organized in linear manner to allow each and every unit for cross ventilation, and park views.

It’s red corrugated metal exterior was inspired by the iconic nearby Fornosa Cafe, and not only highlighted the texture and pattern of the exterior, but also contrasted with with the green shades of the park.

The los Angeles region is notorious for its lack of urban public space. In Wset Hollywood, the need for parks is dire: the city is saturated with housing, 90% of which comprises multi-family residences, while only 1% of total land is allocated to parks. In his design for Formosa 1140, a West Hollywood multifamily housing unit, architect Lorcan O’Herlihy brought together two colors—green and red. The green comes in the form of a unique “pocket park” on the building’s lot that adds valuable public space to the neighborhood, while the building’s bright red exterior serves to highlight its contemporary, vibrant design.

CONCEPTUAL MODELS EXTROVERTED OPEN SPACE

Pohl, E. B. (2009, March 07). Formosa 1140 / Lorcan O’Herlihy Architects. Retrieved from https://www.archdaily.com/16194/formosa-1140-loha-architects

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unite d’habitation CONCEPT /IDEA

Unite d’Habitation designed to be on communal living for all the inhabitants to shop, play, live, and come together in a “vertical garden city.” The principles which formed it became an idea of architecture as a product of rationality; an instrument to delineate a social system as a system of reason. In it were incorporated principles of functionality and economy, acknowledging in the architecture a means of organising the urban space and offering improved possibilities for human groups. The creation of a new means of circulation, functional organisation, conception of a system of integrated relations: all these possibilities were used in a disciplined way and reflected the great desire to intervene in the architectural process and modern societies. The purpose of the building was to provide a solution to the masses of severely displaced people after the Second World War, and Le Corbusier was commissioned by the French state to undertake this project. Le Corbusier used a measuring

Kroll, A. (2010, November 05). AD Classics: Unite d’ Habitation / Le Corbusier. Retrieved from https://www.archdaily.com/85971/ad-classics-unite-d-habitation-le-cor

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Broadway Housing CONCEPT /IDEA

The objective of this housing project is to provide low income families that work on the Westside of Los Angeles with affordable housing that is both environmentally and economically sustainable. The design clusters economical, repeatable housing blocks around the canopy of an existing shade tree. An increased intensity and density was encouraged in the site development where a vacant nursing home is replaced by a three story, four building, 33 unit, housing complex with a green roof. Resting on a corner site, across from a large community park, the complex has access to a diverse range of transportation options including the future Bergamont Station Expo line and newly established bike lanes.

Sรกnchez, D. (2014, May 07). Broadway Housing / Kevin Daly Architects. Retrieved from

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site plan logic Urban landfill bordering West Hollywood, the 32,000 square-foot structure contains 12 resident-owned live/work lofts, along with 2,800 square feet of retail space and indoor parking and a secure underground parking garage and secure guest parking. The relationship between this building and others is very harmonic. Walk out onto the street to a pleasant landscaped sidewalk that provides a more attractive and natural face of the building. The landscaping grows above a ground-breaking storm water infiltration system that diverts water run-off to replenish natural ground water instead of entering storm drains that flow directly into the ocean. The courtyard is escaping to the peaceful internal landscaped courtyard for a respite from the bustle of the city. The building’s location is well server from all directions. Some shop centers are 0.2 miles away from the building. Also, is ¾ away from The Grove shopping mall and one mile away from the Beverly Center. Beyond the world famous neighborhood and its proximity to major attractions and amenities, it is also a “green” location.

SCALE: 1/32” = 1’-0” Cherokee Studios. (1970, April 01). Retrieved from http://www.aiatopten.org/node/461

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site plan logic This design pushes the building to the side of the lot to create a public-private park on the property, to create density and green space and models a replicable prototype for incremental community-driven city development. Completed in 2008, the 16,000-squarefoot building cuts a striking figure in its neighborhood with its red corrugated metal exterior. The stacked, two-story units all overlook the 4,600-square-foot park, and each one benefits from generous cross-ventilation. The structure’s corrugated, perforated metal skin mediates the dynamic, layered façade; according to O’Herlihy, its bright red color was inspired by the exterior hue of an iconic restaurant down the block.

SITE PLAN SCALE: 1/32” = 1’-0”

Pohl, E. B. (2009, March 07). Formosa 1140 / Lorcan O’Herlihy Architects. Retrieved from https://www.archdaily.com/16194/formosa-1140-loha-architects

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unite d’habitation site plan logic Urban landfill bordering West Hollywood, the 32,000 the initialinpiration of the brutalist architectural style and philosophy The building is constructed in béton brut (rough-cast concrete), as the hoped-for steel frame proved too expensive in light of post-War shortages. It is also designated a historic monument by the French Ministry of Culture. This self-sufficient state envisaged by Le Corbusier was the expression of a concern which began to surface in the 1920’s in his analyses of urban phenomena of distribution and circulation, which had begun to have an effect on modern society. It was specifically planned to rehouse the victims of those neighbourhoods destroyed in the city and put in motion a principle whose development began with the “housing villa” and the “jagged blocks” of 1922.

Kroll, A. (2010, November 05). AD Classics: Unite d’ Habitation / Le Corbusier. Retrieved from https://www.archdaily.com/85971/ad-classics-unite-d-habitation-le-cor

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Broadway Housing site plan logic Urban landfill bordering West Hollywood, the 32,000 square-foot structure contains 12 resident-owned live/work lofts, along with 2,800 square feet of retail space and indoor parking and a secure underground parking garage and secure guest parking. The relationship between this building and others is very harmonic. Walk out onto the street to a pleasant landscaped sidewalk that provides a more attractive and natural face of the building. The landscaping grows above a ground-breaking storm water infiltration system that diverts water run-off to replenish natural ground water instead of entering storm drains that flow directly into the ocean. The courtyard is escaping to the peaceful internal landscaped courtyard for a respite from the bustle of the city. The building’s location is well server from all directions. Some shop centers are 0.2 miles away from the building. Also, is ¾ away from The Grove shopping mall and one mile away from the Beverly Center. Beyond the world famous neighborhood and its proximity to major attractions and amenities, it is also a “green” location.

Sánchez, D. (2014, May 07). Broadway Housing / Kevin Daly Architects. Retrieved from

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LOFTS AT CHEROKEE STUDIOS

CIRCULATION VERTICAL CIRCULATION

SCALE: 1/32” = 1’-0”

Cherokee Studios. (1970, April 01). Retrieved from http://www.aiatopten.org/node/461

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CIRCULATION HORIZANTAL CIRCULATION

Cherokee Studios. (1970, April 01). Retrieved from http://www.aiatopten.org/node/461 SCALE:

Cherokee Studios. (1970, April 01). Retrieved from http://www.aiatopten.org/node/461

1/32” = 1’-0”

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LOFTS AT CHEROKEE STUDIOS CIRCULATION (COURTYARD SPACE AND STAIRS)

Cherokee Studios. (1970, April 01). Retrieved from http://www.aiatopten.org/node/461

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CIRCULATION (PEDESTRIANS AND AUTOMOBILE)

Cherokee Studios. (1970, April 01). Retrieved from http://www.aiatopten.org/node/461

Cherokee Studios. (1970, April 01). Retrieved from http://www.aiatopten.org/node/461

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CIRCULATION The façade’s metal screen creates an exte-rior circulation path for residents between public and private realms through the exter-nal perforated metal. Residents would use an exterior stair on the west side of the build-ing that leads to the exterior corridor on the first and third floors, providing access to the apartments and serving as buffer for the units inside.

VERTICAL CIRCULATION HORIZONTAL CIRCULATION

SCALE: 1/32” = 1’-0” CIRCULATION PATH

Pohl, E. B. (2009, March 07). Formosa 1140 / Lorcan O’Herlihy Architects. Retrieved from https://www.archdaily.com/16194/formosa-1140-loha-architects

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unite d’habitation CIRCULATION VERTICAL AND HORIZANTAL CIRCULATION

Kroll, A. (2010, November 05). AD Classics: Unite d’ Habitation / Le Corbusier. Retrieved from https://www.archdaily.com/85971/ad-classics-unite-d-habitation-le-cor-

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unite d’habitation CIRCULATION

Kroll, A. (2010, November 05). AD Classics: Unite d’ Habitation / Le Corbusier. Retrieved from https://www.archdaily.com/85971/ad-classics-unite-d-habitation-le-cor-

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Broadway Housing CIRCULATION HORIZANTAL CIRCULATION

Sรกnchez, D. (2014, May 07). Broadway Housing / Kevin Daly Architects. Retrieved from https://www.archdaily.com/503233/broadway-housing-kevin-daly-architects

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LOFTS AT CHEROKEE STUDIOS PEDESTRIA & AUTOMOBILE RELATIONSHIP

SCALE: 1/32” = 1’-0”

Cherokee Studios. (1970, April 01). Retrieved from http://www.aiatopten.org/node/461

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FORMOSA 1140 PEDESTRIA & AUTOMOBILE RELATIONSHIP

AUTOMOBILE PEDESTRIAN

SCALE: 1/32” = 1’-0” STREET VIEW OF THE BUILDING

Pohl, E. B. (2009, March 07). Formosa 1140 / Lorcan O’Herlihy Architects. Retrieved from https://www.archdaily.com/16194/formosa-1140-loha-architects

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PEDESTRIA & AUTOMOBILE RELATIONSHIP

Kroll, A. (2010, November 05). AD Classics: Unite d’ Habitation / Le Corbusier. Retrieved from https://www.archdaily.com/85971/ad-classics-unite-d-habitation-le-cor-

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Broadway Housing

PEDESTRIA & AUTOMOBILE RELATIONSHIP

SITE PLAN SCALE: 1/32” = 1’-0”

Sánchez, D. (2014, May 07). Broadway Housing / Kevin Daly Architects. Retrieved from https://www.archdaily.com/503233/broadway-housing-kevin-daly-architects

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LOFTS AT CHEROKEE STUDIOS PUBLIC & PRIVATE

SCALE: 1/32” = 1’-0”

Cherokee Studios. (1970, April 01). Retrieved from http://www.aiatopten.org/node/461

PUBLIC PRIVATE

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FORMOSA 1140 PUBLIC & PRIVATE This project is divided into two separated volumes. The Public, which is the courtyard on the front side of the building. And the Private, which is the building itself that is enclosed with the metal skin that creates a transfer from the very private inside the units to the semi-private in the corridor, to the outside public area.

SCALE: 1/32” = 1’-0” SECTION SCALE: 1/32” = 1’-0”

PRIVATE PUBLIC

GROUND FLOOR PLAN

Pohl, E. B. (2009, March 07). Formosa 1140 / Lorcan O’Herlihy Architects. Retrieved from https://www.archdaily.com/16194/formosa-1140-loha-architects

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unite d’habitation PUBLIC & PRIVATE

Kroll, A. (2010, November 05). AD Classics: Unite d’ Habitation / Le Corbusier. Retrieved from https://www.archdaily.com/85971/ad-classics-unite-d-habitation-le-cor

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Broadway Housing PUBLIC & PRIVATE

PRIVATE

PUBLIC

GROUND FLOOR PLAN SCALE: 1/32” = 1’-0”

Sánchez, D. (2014, May 07). Broadway Housing / Kevin Daly Architects. Retrieved from https://www.archdaily.com/503233/broadway-housing-kevin-daly-architects

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UNIT ANALYSIS (TYPES) Retail

The ONLY green LEED Platinum* retail space in California. If you want to make an environmental statement for your business this is a major step. Locate your business in what will be a landmark property on the environmental, architectural and cultural fronts. The Cherokee Studios retail space can be sub-divided into three 800 to 900 SF units, two 1200 to 1400 SF units, or one 2600 SF unit. It has 61 feet of frontage with 13’ high floor to ceiling windows. It comes with 10 parking spaces and 1 loading space and has storage space available in the basement.

Tri-Level Lofts (Unit 1, 2, &3)

Living space with soaring 16 foot ceiling and floor to ceiling windows, large kitchen with island, master bedroom with master bath, mezzanine music production room/b room/office, 2nd bathroom. Views of Hollywood Hills.

Loft Flats (Unit 4&5)

11 foot loft ceiling, L-kitchen, great room, master bedroom opening up onto balcony with large master bath and walk in closet, 2nd bedroom or workspace and 2nd bath. Views of Hollywood Hills.

Premium / Penthouses (Unit 4,7 &8)

Large state of the art wrap around kitchen, great room, bathroom, home music production/ creative space, and balcony are all on the 4th floor, 40 feet above street level, to maximize city skyline views, daylight, and energy efficiency. Lower level: Deluxe master bed/bath suite + 2 bedrooms (or 1 bedroom + office) and large second bathroom. Views of Hollywood Hills and Century City from both levels.

Loft Townhouses (Unit 9,10,11 &12)

Unit 9 & 12: State of the art kitchen, great room, bathroom and balcony are on the 4th floor 40 feet above street level to maximize city skyline views, daylight, and energy efficiency. 1 large loft master bedroom with deluxe master bath. Loft master bedroom can easily be divided into 1 large bedroom and den /office area. Views of Hollywood Hills and Downtown LA from both levels. Unit 10 &11: State of the art kitchen, great room, bathroom, and balcony are on the 4th floor 40 feet above street level to maximize city skyline views, daylight, and energy efficiency. Master bedroom, master bath, 2nd bedroom and bath on 3rd floor. Views of Hollywood Hills and Downtown LA from both levels.

Cherokee Studios. (1970, April 01). Retrieved from http://www.aiatopten.org/node/461

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UNIT ANALYSIS (interior photos)

Cherokee Studios. (1970, April 01). Retrieved from http://www.aiatopten.org/node/461

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UNIT ANALYSIS (PLANS) Number of Units: 12. / Number of Unit Types: 4.

UNIT #1 Tri-Level Lofts

UNIT #4 Loft Flats

Cherokee Studios. (1970, April 01). Retrieved from http://www.aiatopten.org/node/461

UNIT #2 Tri-Level Lofts

UNIT #5 Loft Flats

UNIT #3 Tri-Level Lofts

UNIT #6 Premium / Penthouses

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UNIT ANALYSIS (PLANS) Number of Units: 12. / Number of Unit Types: 4.

UNIT #7 Premium / Penthouses

UNIT #8 Premium / Penthouses

UNIT #9 Loft Townhouses

UNIT #10 Loft Townhouses

UNIT #11 Loft Townhouses

UNIT #12 Loft Townhouses

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FORMOSA 1140

UNIT ANALYSIS (TYPES) Number of Units: 11 / Number of Unit Types: 2 The building is composed of two unit types. The first one is two-story unit; that has kitchen, dining, small bath, and living room in the first floor. And the upper level has two bedrooms, two baths, and large balconies. It is layed out as 4 units in each story and two layers stack on top of each other. The second unit type is a three-story unit type with kitchen, dining, and small bath in the first floor. The second level has two bedrooms, two baths, and balconies. And also, this unit enjoys roof deck views of the Hollywood hills. And is facing the street for more views. UNIT TYPE #2

UNIT TYPE #1

SECOND FLOOR PLAN

SECOND FLOOR PLAN

GROUND FLOOR PLAN SCALE: 1/16” = 1’-0”

GROUND FLOOR PLAN SCALE: 1/16” = 1’-0”

Pohl, E. B. (2009, March 07). Formosa 1140 / Lorcan O’Herlihy Architects. Retrieved from https://www.archdaily.com/16194/formosa-1140-loha-architects

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UNIT ANALYSIS (interior photos)

Pohl, E. B. (2009, March 07). Formosa 1140 / Lorcan O’Herlihy Architects. Retrieved from https://www.archdaily.com/16194/formosa-1140-loha-architects

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unite d’habitation UNIT ANALYSIS (TYPES) the building holds 337 apartments of 23 types, varying from bachelor apartments to such for families with 8 children. The apartments, being distributed in pairs on three floors, need only 5 corridors, called interior roads, one on every third floor. They run in the longitudinal axis of the building. The 17th and last floor contains a kindergarten and a nursery, from where a ramp leads to a roofgarden and a small swimming pool far children. Besides the garden and the terrace, the roof contains a gymnasium, an open space for gymnastics, a 300 m sprinters’ track and a sola­rium with a snackbar.

Kroll, A. (2010, November 05). AD Classics: Unite d’ Habitation / Le Corbusier. Retrieved from https://www.archdaily.com/85971/ad-classics-unite-d-habitation-le-cor-

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UNIT ANALYSIS (TYPES)

Kroll, A. (2010, November 05). AD Classics: Unite d’ Habitation / Le Corbusier. Retrieved from https://www.archdaily.com/85971/ad-classics-unite-d-habitation-le-cor-

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UNIT ANALYSIS (TYPES) There are 173 one bedroom, 267 two bedroom, 85 three bedroom and 4 four bedroom units. One unit has five bedrooms. There are also a small number of offices and business in some of the units today. All units extend over two floors and they are reached through a wide center hallway or here called Street.

Kroll, A. (2010, November 05). AD Classics: Unite d’ Habitation / Le Corbusier. Retrieved from https://www.archdaily.com/85971/ad-classics-unite-d-habitation-le-cor-

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UNIT ANALYSIS (interior photos)

Kroll, A. (2010, November 05). AD Classics: Unite d’ Habitation / Le Corbusier. Retrieved from https://www.archdaily.com/85971/ad-classics-unite-d-habitation-le-cor-

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Broadway Housing UNIT ANALYSIS (TYPES) Number of Units: 33 / Number of Unit Types: 2 The building is composed of two unit types. One type is a two-bedroom; with 23 units of it, and the other type is three-bdroom; with 10 units. The first one has living, dining, shared bath, and two bedrooms. The second unit type has living, dining, kitchen, and two bedroom with a small bath plus the master bedroom with its own bathroom. The similar unit types are stacking on top of each other for efficiency. All of the units face a central courtyard, and every room in each unit has access to natural light and ventilation, with views to the street as well for most of the units. THREE-BEDROOM UNIT

GROUND FLOOR PLAN SCALE: 1/16” = 1’-0”

TWO-BEDROOM UNIT

GROUND FLOOR PLAN SCALE: 1/16” = 1’-0”

Sánchez, D. (2014, May 07). Broadway Housing / Kevin Daly Architects. Retrieved from https://www.archdaily.com/503233/broadway-housing-kevin-daly-architects

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UNIT ANALYSIS (TYPES)

Sรกnchez, D. (2014, May 07). Broadway Housing / Kevin Daly Architects. Retrieved from https://www.archdaily.com/503233/broadway-housing-kevin-daly-architects

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MATERIALS

Material with natural finishes throughout the thickness of the material were specified so that when the material suffers from abuse, it shows less wear and therefore lasts longer. The building has facilities to sort, collect, and recycle paper, plastic and metal products. Because of the very low power demand of the building, thousands of feet of wire were saved. STEEL STRUCTURCLEAR GLASS PANEL OPAQUE GLASS PANEL ACADE STRUCTURE CATWALK GLASS PANEL FACADE

Cherokee Studios. (1970, April 01). Retrieved from http://www.aiatopten.org/node/461

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STRUCTURAL

The structural steel frame, countertops, skateboard backsplashes and tiles include recycled content.

SKIN STRUCTURE

STRUCTURE GRID ALL FLOORS

Cherokee Studios. (1970, April 01). Retrieved from http://www.aiatopten.org/node/461

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CONSTRUCTION & STRUCTURAL

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CONSTRUCTION & STRUCTURAL

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CONSTRUCTION & STRUCTURAL

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MATERIALS The façade is clad in red, metal panels. Using Valspar’s 70% PVDF Fluropon coating, a custom red color –Coronado Red —was inspired by the iconic nearby Formosa Café, and not only highlighted the texture and pattern of the exterior, but also contrasted with the green shades of the park. Tested under extreme conditions, Valspar’s PVDF resin-based coatings are proven to resist humidity, fading, chalking, abrasions and chemicals, while retaining the intended color, gloss and appearance. Additionally, the Fluropon coating will offer the residential building long-lasting durability and UV protection – that will enable the unique color scheme to endure. The metal façade is made of 12,900 square feet of perforated T16-E panels from Metal Sales Manufacturing Corporation, which conceal and shade outdoor walkways on the three-story building, giving residents a sense of privacy in spite of the structure’s openness to the park and street.

Pohl, E. B. (2009, March 07). Formosa 1140 / Lorcan O’Herlihy Architects. Retrieved from https://www.archdaily.com/16194/formosa-1140-loha-architects

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STRUCTURAL The design is a simple wood-frame building. Based on a grid. The exterior walls of each unit is part of the structure and works as load bearing walls in which it goes from the bottom to the last floor.

Pohl, E. B. (2009, March 07). Formosa 1140 / Lorcan O’Herlihy Architects. Retrieved from https://www.archdaily.com/16194/formosa-1140-loha-architects

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unite d’habitation MATERIALS he main structure consists of a grid or lattice of columns and concrete beams forming seven levels which subsequently defines each property by prefabricated materials, supported by a large plate reinforced concrete floor and where to get the facilities, in turn is supported by a series of columns in the form of concrete brackets, but these are longer in areas where the slope is greater because of the connection between parking and building. Materials used in reinforced concrete structure, the coating of exterior walls is made of prefabricated base, carpentry, steel, some wood trim in the interior housing.

Kroll, A. (2010, November 05). AD Classics: Unite d’ Habitation / Le Corbusier. Retrieved from https://www.archdaily.com/85971/ad-classics-unite-d-habitation-le-cor

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STRUCTURAL The design is a simple wood-frame building. Based on a grid that has the width of a unit, which was about 17 feet. The exterior walls of each unit is part of the structure and works as load bearing walls in which it goes from the bottom to the last floor.

Kroll, A. (2010, November 05). AD Classics: Unite d’ Habitation / Le Corbusier. Retrieved from https://www.archdaily.com/85971/ad-classics-unite-d-habitation-le-cor

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CONSTRUCTION & STRUCTURAL The structure is based on one block, raised on free-standing pillars, which allows for the whole ground space to be freed-up for gardens and leisure space, with its reinforced concrete structure acting like a shelf over the top.On these stilts, the building was designed in a way which allows for a great permeability at ground level, which acts as a communication space between the exterior and interior and provides access to the vertical communications. Although the program of the building is elaborate, structurally it is simple: a rectilinear ferroconcrete grid, into which are slotted precast individual apartment units, like ‘bottles into a wine rack’ as the architect put it.

Kroll, A. (2010, November 05). AD Classics: Unite d’ Habitation / Le Corbusier. Retrieved from https://www.archdaily.com/85971/ad-classics-unite-d-habitation-le-cor

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Sรกnchez, D. (2014, May 07). Broadway Housing / Kevin Daly Architects. Retrieved from https://www.archdaily.com/503233/broadway-housing-kevin-daly-architects

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MATERIALS Faรงade - Fiber cement board, painted satin, black-brown & sky blue - Elastomeric coating over plaster, sand finish, light grey. - Waterproof membrane, smooth, frosted green - Galvalum trim, brake metal - Windows Aluminum, clear anodized - Doors - Flush wood doors, semi-gloss, sky blue

Sรกnchez, D. (2014, May 07). Broadway Housing / Kevin Daly Architects. Retrieved from https://www.archdaily.com/503233/broadway-housing-kevin-daly-architects

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STRUCTURAL The design is a simple wood-frame building. Based on a grid that has the width of a unit, which was about 17 feet. The exterior walls of each unit is part of the structure and works as load bearing walls in which it goes from the bottom to the last floor.

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HUMAN SAFETY

SCALE: 1/32” = 1’-0”

Cherokee Studios. (1970, April 01). Retrieved from http://www.aiatopten.org/node/461

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HUMAN SAFETY

Pohl, E. B. (2009, March 07). Formosa 1140 / Lorcan O’Herlihy Architects. Retrieved from https://www.archdaily.com/16194/formosa-1140-loha-architects

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unite d’habitation HUMAN SAFETY

Kroll, A. (2010, November 05). AD Classics: Unite d’ Habitation / Le Corbusier. Retrieved from https://www.archdaily.com/85971/ad-classics-unite-d-habitation-le-cor

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Broadway Housing HUMAN SAFETY

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NATURAL LIGHT AND VENTILATION The building’s exterior metal screens function as a light filter and shading device but also play a very important role in creating a much-needed sense of visual and acoustic privacy for its location in a dense urban environment. Like many of the features of this project, they perform several roles for functional, formal, and experiential effect. 100% of the regularly occupied building area is daylit and can be ventilated with operable windows.

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NATURAL LIGHT AND VENTILATION One of the team’s primary objectives was to enhance the quality of living for each resident by surpassing standards found in conventional market-rate housing projects. All living units have 11� ceilings, ceiling fans, and large windows with lots of natural light and abundant cross-ventilation. Indoor air quality was emphasized by minimizing offgassing. Formaldehyde-free cabinetry, low-VOC paints, natural stone, and fluorescent lighting with low mercury content were used to minimize pollution from materials. These details, coupled with the qualities and character found throughout the building, distinguish this project from similar projects and benefit not only each individual resident but also the community at large.

Cherokee Studios. (1970, April 01). Retrieved from http://www.aiatopten.org/node/461

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NATURAL LIGHT AND VENTILATION Thee long and narrow building form allows for cross ventilation. Temperature differences on north and south sides of the building help increase ventilation. The open space heps air move through the site and create micro-climate.

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unite d’habitation NATURAL LIGHT AND VENTILATION The Innovations which resolve isolation and light problems with concrete shutters Balcony sun protections Shelters exceeding from the main body building apartments are covering the whole floor but allow to natural light and ventilation to be permeable in both sides and also surround the apartments. Each apartment is decorated with a large glass wall internal corridors are dark. The only source of light comes from the lights above doors.

Kroll, A. (2010, November 05). AD Classics: Unite d’ Habitation / Le Corbusier. Retrieved from https://www.archdaily.com/85971/ad-classics-unite-d-habitation-le-cor

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Broadway Housing light and ventilation The residential buildings area all connected by the latticed bridges that surround the central courtyard. This multifunctional walkway provides code required fire escapes as well as preventing views directly into each unit. Establishing high levels of privacy in this clustered environment. This scheme also allows for each unit to have access to natural light and ventilation. Many sustainable features provide each unit with a comfortable living temperature throughout the year. Each individual unit has an open floor plan, which allows the resident to natural ventilate air throughout, and is visual.

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ELEVATION VIEWS

SCALE: 1/32” = 1’-0”

Cherokee Studios. (1970, April 01). Retrieved from http://www.aiatopten.org/node/461

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FORMOSA 1140

ELEVATION VIEWS

SCALE: 1/16” = 1’-0”

Pohl, E. B. (2009, March 07). Formosa 1140 / Lorcan O’Herlihy Architects. Retrieved from https://www.archdaily.com/16194/formosa-1140-loha-architects

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unite d’habitation ELEVATION VIEWS

Kroll, A. (2010, November 05). AD Classics: Unite d’ Habitation / Le Corbusier. Retrieved from https://www.archdaily.com/85971/ad-classics-unite-d-habitation-le-cor

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Broadway Housing ELEVATION VIEWS

Sรกnchez, D. (2014, May 07). Broadway Housing / Kevin Daly Architects. Retrieved from https://www.archdaily.com/503233/broadway-housing-kevin-daly-architects

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CONCLUSION CONCLUSION

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Profile for Nataly Bakeeragha

CASE STUDY THE STUDY OF TYPOLOGY  

Cal Poly Pomona ARC 3020 - Urban Design Professor Irma E. Ramirez Spring 2019 DONE BY: Nataly Bakeeragha Katy Kadmous Cristiene Morcos

CASE STUDY THE STUDY OF TYPOLOGY  

Cal Poly Pomona ARC 3020 - Urban Design Professor Irma E. Ramirez Spring 2019 DONE BY: Nataly Bakeeragha Katy Kadmous Cristiene Morcos

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