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CHARLEEN H. CHAE

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CHARLEENCHAE@GMAIL.COM

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BEHANCE NY HQ


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INSTALLATION DESIGN + FABRICATION

SOFTlab | New York, NY SITU Studio | New York, NY


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/RIGHT West sculpture /BELOW Southbank Centre exterior with west sculpture

FESTIVAL OF LOVE /CLIENT The Southbank Centre /OFFICE SOFTlab /ROLE Designer + Fabricator /INSTALL 8 nights /MATERIALS Thin-grade aluminum, 3M Solar Mirror film, rivets, aluminum uni strut structure, aluminum pipe frame, custom 3d-printed pipe frame joints

The Festival of Love is a summer festival held at the Southbank Centre that lasts several months, providing free concerts, performances, events and exhibitions for the London public in addition to commissioning various sculptures that are displayed throughout their campus. Titled ‘Ventricle’, these two sculptures, located in the east and west atriums, resemble a web of intertwined tubes that look as if they are cascading downwards to the floor below. Each sculpture is made from thousands of unique, precisely cut thin-grade aluminum X’s that are joined at their arms with rivets. The aluminum is then clad in origami-like ‘scales’ made from 3M Solar Mirror Film, which is usually applied to glass in building systems. The soap bubble-like nature of the film creates multiple spectrums of color reflection and refraction that is multiplied by the scale’s facets and changes with the light.


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West sculpture front elevation

West sculpture side elevation

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East sculpture front elevation

/ABOVE Completed west sculpture from below /LEFT Interior elevations of both sculptures /FAR LEFT Completed east sculpture

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‘NOVA’ FLATIRON HOLIDAY PAVILION /CLIENT The Van Alen Institute + The Flatiron 23rd Street Partnership /OFFICE SOFTlab /ROLE Designer + Fabricator /INSTALL 4 days /MATERIALS Dichroic film-applied acrylic, aluminum cell frames, aluminum exterior plates with mirrored interior faces, zipties, assorted hardware, steel foot plates The Flatiron Holiday Pavilion competition is held yearly by the Van Alen Institute in collaboration with the Flatiron 23rd Street Partnership to choose a design to be constructed in the center of the famous Flatiron Plaza on 23rd Street in New York City. The pavilion stays in place for 2 months, through the Christmas season, and acts as a centerpoint for many holiday events that engage the surrounding neighborhood community. ‘Nova’ takes a step back from the idea of a traditional pavilion & provides multiple viewing funnels that frame iconic and historic views of the neighborhood including the Empire State Building, the Clocktower, Madison Square Park, & the Flatiron Building as well as street-level activity. The structure, made from a complex web of aluminum cell structures and clad in aluminum, is divided into seven arches that meet at the center to provide support to each other. The underside of the pavilion is clad in 3M Dichroic Film-laminated acrylic that creates a kaleidoscopic effect that changes in color in vibrancy as visitors move in and around the pavilion.


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/BELOW View from inside Nova, looking towards the Flatiron Building


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MACY’S BEAUTY SUITE /CLIENT Macy’s Herald Square /OFFICE SOFTlab /ROLE Designer + Fabricator /INSTALL 3 days /MATERIALS Pink mirror acrylic, laser-cut aluminum frames, MDF, white magnetic laminate, assorted accessory acrylics, assorted LEDs

The Beauty Suite is Macy’s first pop-up store and situated on the ‘trend’ floor of their flagship store at Herald Square. During its three-month long tenure it will house curated beauty items for three trends (lip, eye, and face) and offer personalized beauty services to customers. The goal of the store is to garner social media interest and also reach out to a younger audience by providing a fun, interactive location to experience the newest beauty trends. The bulk of the store consists of 12 custom millwork wall sections made from MDF, aluminum-frame cell structure clad in pink mirror acrylic, and various finishing elements and fixtures that are spread throughout the store. Every aspect of the store was designed, detailed and installed by SOFTlab.


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/ABOVE 360 degree VR photo of finished installation /NEXT PAGE Completed installation


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THEME creen showcasing a marketeo for The Beauty Suite

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SUGARFINA Candy store and display

‘LIPSTICK’ MACHINE Custom vending machine dispensing makeup samples and candy

DIY STATION + DISPLAY Displayed products with testers for customers to have a “Do-It-Yourself” experience with guidance from trend menus on the right

TRY BAR Makeup artists are on standby to teach and create the current trends using a curated selection of products

INSTAGRAM WALL Magnetized surface with interactive candy and makeup magnets. Hidden storage behind

TREND MENU Larger version of DIY trend menus

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ARCHTOBER EXHIBIT LOUNGE /CLIENT The Center for Architecture /OFFICE SOFTlab /ROLE Designer + Fabricator /INSTALL 5 days /MATERIALS Cardboard, stickers, glue, vinyl, white and yellow cardstock The Center for Architecture (CFA), home of the AIA New York Chapter, holds an annual, month-long event called ‘Archtober’ that is part of the city’s Architecture and Design Month festival. It offers over 150 free architecture exhibits, tours, activities and lectures to its members and the public in collaboration with many institutions in the city. The Archtober Lounge is a collaboration between Pentagram (branding) and SOFTlab (installation) to create an interesting exhibit that houses postcards for each day’s sponsored building tour but also functions as an advertisement through for the storefront. The Voronoi-inspired cell structure is made entirely from laser-cut cardboard, glue, and sticker tape, and then clad in colored cardstock. The design took into account different viewing angles, which dictated the placement of white vs. yellow faces. Branding designed by Pentagram was applied in vinyl lettering.


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/LEFT View of Archtober lounge from sidewalk /RIGHT View of Archtober lounge from CFA lobby


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/LEFT Completed installation photos /ABOVE Marketing postcard and graphics design by Pentagram


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/ALL Completed installation photos

BEHANCE NY HQ /CLIENT Behance /OFFICE SOFTlab /ROLE Designer + Fabricator /INSTALL 3 days /MATERIALS White translucent mylar, grommets, assorted color film sheets, aluminum pipe frames, 3d printed joints

The two floors of Behance’s new headquarters in NYC is connected by a central stair that connects to their open plan offices. SOFTlab was commissioned to design a sculpture that engages the first and second floor simultaneously while creating a colorful identity for the otherwise white and stark environment. The concept used is that of a stained glass window that uses color from the Behance and Adobe (Behance’s parent company) branding palettes to create multiple gradients throughout the sculpture. This is achieved by using thousands of small panels of color gel film sheets in a variety of colors that clad a mylar frame web. Each individual letter panel took about 3 days to assemble and grommet by hand. They were then stitched together on site into one continuous fabric before it was raised and fastened to the rectangular aluminum pipe structure built to hang from the ceiling over the central stairwell in Behance’s offices.


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/ALL Completed installation photos

MELISSA CRYSTALS /CLIENT Melissa Shoes /OFFICE SOFTlab /ROLE Designer + Fabricator /INSTALL 3 nights /MATERIALS Dichroic film-applied clear acrylic, plastic zipties, aluminum cell frames, steel rope, assorted hardware

For each new collection/season, Melissa Shoes commissions artists to create installations for their Soho boutique. The concept for these two sculptures was inspired by the Voronoi diagram and accompanies the Winter 2015 ‘Star Walker’ collections. Similar to a kaleidoscope, the sculptures look different from every angle, not only because of their facets, but also because of the ‘soap bubble’ nature of the film. The film then reflects its color-changing properties onto the blank white walls of the boutique, amplifying the presence of the sculptures. Since the space functions during the day as a shoe boutique, installation was done after business hours over the course of 3 nights. The 50 unique cells arrived at our studio as flatpacked aluminum frames, and constructed one by one with zipties. They were then brought to site to assemble into larger groups of cells that were hung from the ceiling via a network of cables and hooks. The dichroic acrylic outer faces were applied simultaneously while keeping in mind how to balance the weight of the cells evenly while multiple people worked on it.


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/BELOW The entrance to the main hall /RIGHT Photo taken from the mezzanine during the ball

BEAUX ARTS BALL /CLIENT Architectural League of New York /OFFICE SITU STUDIO /ROLE Freelance Fabricator /INSTALL 3 days /MATERIALS Fire-retardant polyethylene sheets, nylon rope, aluminum electrical conduits, assorted hardware The Beaux Arts Ball is an annual event held by the Architectural League of New York in October. Each year, a different design firm is invited to design the environment and centerpiece installation for the chosen venue. For the 2013 ball, themed “-ISM”, SITU STUDIO created an array of floating tension structures supported by a cable grid that hung off the surrounding mezzanine level of the Armory Hall. The faces of these structures, made from polyethylene sheets typically used for concrete curing, were used as canvases for live video feed and color projections created in collaboration with the Renfro Design Group. Fabrication and prototyping was conducted off-site at SITU Fabrication’s warehouse shop in the Brooklyn Navy Yard. All materials were then transported to the Armory on Lexington Ave, to be installed over a period of three days. The fabrication team consisted of four people, with an additional nine people who assisted with installation on-site.


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ARCHITECTURAL WORK

RAFT Architects | New York, NY SOMA Architects | New York, NY


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Neuehouse 25th St. by The Rockwell Group

NEUEHOUSE TEST FITS & STUDIO/DESK RE-DESIGN /CLIENT Neuehouse /OFFICE RAFT Architects /ROLE Designer Neuehouse is a members-only workshare club designed for creative-minded people. As one of the first occupants of the original Neuehouse on 25th St., RAFT Architects was able to partner with Neuehouse’s real estate expansion team to test-fit potential properties in large cities throughout the U.S. and Europe to research the feasibility of provided spaces in comparison to the performance of the original 25th St. location.


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Public / Amenities

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• 60 studio member seats

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• 26 atelie

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LEVEL 05 Advance / Atelier / Studio

36 Studio seats, 26 Atelier seats, 2 Cabanas, Library & Pre-Function, Multipurpose Room, Boardroom / Screening Room, Kitchen, Food //Atelier Event Staging Area, Event Storage Level 03 & Level 04 - Studio Level 05 - Advanc

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LEVEL 01 Lobby

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64 Gallery seats, 48 Canteen/Dining seats, Gallery Steps, 8 Living Rooms, 2 Conference Rooms Level 01 - Lobby

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NEW YORK, NY PROPERTY #1 NET FLOOR GALLERY AREA ROOF LEVEL 05 LEVEL 04 LEVEL 03 LEVEL 02 LEVEL 01 TOTAL

702 ft2 8,867 ft2 8,909 ft2 8,909 ft2 8,929 ft2 1,965 ft2 38,281 ft2

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STUDIO NET AREA OF EVENT/ SHARED SPACE 2,460 ft2 36 26 2,821 ft2 60 68 60 68 2,967 ft2 162 seats 156 seats 8,248 ft2

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Public / Amenities Studio / Atelier Membership Gallery Membership PROGRAM KEY Service / Core

Public //Amenities Public Amenities Studio Atelier Membership Studio // Atelier Membership Gallery Gallery Membership Membership PROGRAM: Service / Core / Core • Roof Service deck / Event space • At 0.3”/occupant of egress = 147.6” provided and 5 sq.ft. /

PROGRAM: person, maximum occupancy is • 492, 36 studio member seats NYC Building Code • 26 atelier member seats • 2 cabanas • Library / Pre-function • Multipurpose Room • Boardroom / Screening Room • Kitchen • Food / Event Staging Area • Event Storage •NetAtfloor 0.3”/occupant of egress = area: 702 sq.ft. 147.6” provided and 5 sq.ft. / person, maximum occupancy is

ROOF LEVEL Deck Space

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OPTION A: SHOWROOM ONLY (with potential to use Level 03-04 of adjacent warehouse)

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Option 1: Showroom Level 03 - Atelier Membership

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PROGRAM: • 36 studio member seats • 26 atelier member seats • 2 cabanas • Library / Pre-function • Multipurpose Room • Boardroom / Screening Room • Kitchen • Food / Event Staging Area • Event Storage • At 0.3”/occupant of egress = 147.6” provided and 5 sq.ft. / person, maximum occupancy is 333, NYC Building Code

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EXISTING CONFIGURATION

PROPOSED 10X10 CONFIGURATION

NET AREA OF EVENT/ SHARED SPACE

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PROGRAM KEY EXISTING STUDIOS STUDIOS Existing Studios PROPOSED STUDIOS 10’ x 10’ STUDIOS PROPOSED Proposed Studio GALLERY MEMBERSHIP

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Flexible Modular System

Flexible Studio Modules

NH - Studio Space

Metal Frame

Wood Working Surface

Flexible Magnetic Writable Panels

Metal Frames Metal Frame

Wood Working Surface Wood Working Surface

Metal Frame

“Pede-Stool”

Hooks Hooks Wood Working Surface

Acoustic Absorption Metal Frame 3’6”

Flexible Ma

Wood Working Surface

Flexible Ma

Acoustic Absorption

Hooks

Acoustic Absorption Acoustic Absorption

Hooks

Flexible Magnetic Writeable Panels Flexible Magnetic Writable Panels

“Pede-Stool”

Desk Components 27 JUNE 2014

NH - Studio Space 4’1

27 JUNE 2014

0” ’

10

10

5”

2’

27 JUNE 2014

Desk Dimensions

4-desk Studio Layout

“Peda-Stool”

“Pede-Stool” NH - Studio Space “Pede-Stool”

Acoustic Absorption

27 JUNE 2014 27 JUNE 2014

Hooks

Desk Components NH - Studio Space


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Desk Elevations 24 JULY 2014

24 JULY 2014

Y 2014

NH - Studio Space

Desk Re-Design Studies

Executive Desk 24 JULY 2014

Approach Approach 2: Bistro2:Lighting Bistro Lighting Alternate Alternate 24 JULY 2014 24 JULY 2014

Executive Desk with Catchall Leather Blotter

NH - Studio Space

NH - StudioNH Space - Studio Space

24 JULY 2014

Approach Approach 1: Bistro1:Lighting Bistro Lighting 24 JULY 2014 24 JULY 2014

Executive Desk with Hand Rest Leather B

NH - Studio Space

NH - StudioNH Space - Studio Space

NH - Stu

Approach Approach 3: Pull Chain 3: Pull Lighting Chain Lighting NH - StudioNH Space - Studio Space

Studio Re-Design Studies Approach 2: Bistro Lighting Alternate 24 JULY 2014

NH - Studio Space

Approach 1: Bistro Lighting 24 JULY 2014

NH - Studio Space

Approach 3: Pull Chain Lighting NH - Studio Space


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Flex Box L Flex Box L

Flex Box S Flex Box M Flex Box L

Flex Box S Flex Box S Flex Box S Flex Box S Flex Box M

Flex Box S Flex Box S Flex Box S Flex Box S Flex Box S Flex Box S

Open Flex Box S Flex Box M

Flex Box S Flex Box M Open

Executive Desk Customizable Kit of Parts Combinations 24 JULY 2014

NH - Studio Space

Executive Desk with Customizable Storage

4 JULY 2014

24 JULY 2014

Executive Desk with Customizable Storage and Extended Work Surface

NH - Studio Space

NH - Studio Space

27 AUG 2014

Approach 1:Approach Suspended1:Shelving Suspended Location Shelving B Location B

ULY 2014

24 JULY 2014

24 JULY 2014NH - Studio Space NH - Studio Space

Approach 1: Suspended Shelving Location B 24 JULY 2014

24 JULY 2014

NH - Studio Space

Approach 1: Suspended Approach Shelving 1: Suspended Location A Shelving Location A 24 JULY 2014 24 NH JULY -2014 Studio Space

NH - Studio Space

Approach Approach 2: Butler 2: Shelving Butler Shelving Location Location

NH - StudioNH Space - Studio Space

Approach 1: Suspended Shelving Location A

Approach 2: Butler Shelving Loca

NH - Studio Space

NH - Studio

24 JULY 2014

All images by RAFT Architects


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PRIMARY SCHOOL 332Q /CLIENT New York School Construction Authority /LOCATION Bayside, Queens, NY /OFFICE RAFT Architects /ROLE Designer This primary school (Pre-k to 5th grade) is situated in a suburb of Queens, located in a dense neighborhood next to a small middle school. The challenge here was to abide by strict guidelines and budget regulations laid by the New York School Construction Authority while also dealing with a large grade change and the close proximity of adjacent neighborhood houses. The project was conducted entirely in Revit, and construction was completed in July of 2016. The school opened its doors for the fall 2016 semester.


75


29'-0"

30'-0"

RTU Cafeteria

30'-10"

10'-8"

76

3

3

24'-10"

Speech Resource Reading Resource IDF

IDF

23'-6"

3

10'-8" 1'-10"

Elec. Jan.'s Cl.

SBST

1

1

2

23'-6"

NORTH ELEVATION

CDS

2

1

2

25'-5"

Instrum. Rm. Music Sm.Rm. Large Pr. Rm. 6'-0"

41'-11"

18'-2"

30'-0"

30'-0"

30'-0"

26'-6"

40’

3F

3RD FLOOR

2

SOUTH ELEVATION

Custodial Workshop

29'-0"

General Supply

K. Lock Cust. Lock. Cust. Cust. Lock. Toilet

Cust.Office Furniture Storeroom

10'-8" 1'-10"

23'-6"

EAST ELEVATION

24'-10"

K. Lock

Book Storeroom

Nurse'sOff.

Gym Equip.& ChairStor.

J / Ej. P.Rm Health Instr.

Nurse'sOff.

Toilet Toilet

Gymatorium

Stage

23'-6"

PF Open to Above

Water Service

25'-5"

Fuel Gas

6'-0"

WEST ELEVATION

Electrical Switch Room

41'-11"

CELLAR FLOOR

Fire Pump Room 18'-2"

30'-0"

30'-0"

30'-0"

40’

BF

2


77

24'-10"

24'-10"

RTU Classroom

4-5

4-5

Roof Equip.

29'-0"

29'-0"

4th Floor

MER Boiler Room

4-5

Elevator Machine Room

Chiller

RTU Classroom

RTU Gymatorium

Generator

10'-8" 1'-10" 23'-6"

10'-8" 1'-10"

Roof

Storage

Electrical Room

23'-6"

23'-6"

Librarian's Office

J

23'-6"

Library

Art Suite

Co/A/V IDF

4-5

25'-5"

25'-5"

Science

Sc Res Rm

6'-0"

41'-11"

18'-2"

30'-0"

30'-0"

30'-0"

26'-6"

40’

20’

10’

4F

4TH FLOOR

N

0’

6'-0"

41'-11"

18'-2"

30'-0"

30'-0"

30'-0"

26'-6"

40’

RF

5TH FLOOR PS 332Q

210-07 48th Avenue, Bayside

1st Floor

Gr.Equip. D75 Therapy Room

10'-8"

10'-8"

D-75 30'-10"

30'-10"

Vest. 16

Kitchen

D-75

16

D-75

16 16 16

Food Can Stor Wash

D-75

30'-0"

30'-0"

Food Stor Servery

Sp.Rm. D75 Guid. Ch.Rm.

16 16

Supervisor Office

Off.

8

29'-0"

29'-0"

16 8

Dining

24'-10"

El.

Ref & Rec Vest.

PF

J Waiting Room

Parents & Community Room 6'-0"

MDF Jan.'s Cl.

General Office

Open to Below

Open to Below

Waiting Area

Open to Above Secu rit Desk y

41'-11"

1ST FLOOR

18'-2"

A/V Storage

Pre-K

Principal Office

30'-0"

30'-0"

Pre-K

Pre-K CDS

K

Teachers&Aides Work Room Lounge

25'-5"

25'-5"

Rec. Rm

AV

10'-8"

Stor.

Pre-K

23'-6"

Staff Lunch/ Conference Storage

23'-6"

10'-8" 1'-10"

23'-6"

24'-10"

D75Stor. Vest.

30'-0"

26'-6"

40’

GF

20’

10’

0’

N

PS 332Q

6'-0"

K

Open To Below

41'-11"

2ND FLOOR

210-07 48th Avenue, Bayside

K

18'-2"

30'-0"

30'-0"

30'-0"

26'-6"

40’

2F


78 President & CEO Lorraine Grillo Board of Trustees

C

B2 CT6

B

A1 A

Paint

Paint

B1

Chancellor Dennis M. Walcott, Chairman Curtis A. Harris Emily A. Youssouf

B2

CT2

Paint

CT6

CT2

Architecture & Engineering

Open To Lobby Beyond 7'-2"



6

TV

E2



1st Floor 0"

0'

1/4" = 1'-0"

A A1

B Paint

B1

7

8'

A601.00

0'

1/4" = 1'-0"

B2 Paint

DISCON SWITCH

2'-10"

3

A920.00

4'

B2

CT2

Dedication Plaque

3

6

ECC Entrance North Elevation

3

CT2

CT6

E26

E1C

4'

8'

B1

CT6

E90

E63

5 10'-0"

7'-2"

B1 

1st Floor 0"

F

5

ECC Entrance South Elevation

5 0'

4'

8'

A601.00

CIVIL ENGINEER Maitra Associates 450 7th Avenue, 9th Floor New York, NY 10123

GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEERING Langan Engineering 360 W. 31st Street, 8th Fl New York, NY 10001

VERTICAL TRANSPORTATION Van Deusen Associates 5 Regent Street, Ste. 524 Livingston, NJ 07039

ACOUSTICS Cerami & Associates 404 5th Avenue New York, NY 10018

SUSTAINABILITY Vidaris 360 Park Avenue South New York, NY 10010

1/4" = 1'-0"

0'

4'

EXPEDITING JMV Associates 38-39 Bell Bvld., Ste. 350 Bayside, NY 11361

8'

FOOD SERVICE Romano Gatland 58 Albany Avenue, S. 201 Amityville, NY 11701

4"

OC

1/4" = 1'-0"

STRUCTURAL ENGINEER Robert Silman Associates 32 Old Slip, 10th Floor New York, NY 10005

MEPF ENGINEER DVL Engineers 375 Main Street Hackensack, NJ 07601

SIGNAGE COST ESTIMATING Wojciechowski Art + Design Pete & Company 35 Medford Street, #202 555 Kappock Street, 26F Somerville, MA 02143 Bronx, NY 10463

1st Floor 0"

1st Floor Corridor North Elevation

4 A601.00

E74 8'-0"

10'-0"

Open To Corridor Beyond

ARCHITECT RAFT Architects 12 Vestry Street, 7th Floor New York, NY 10013

LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT QA / QC CONSULTING Maitra Associates Michael Fieldman Architect 450 7th Avenue, 9th Fl 337 Broome Street, 2nd Fl New York, NY 10123 New York, NY 10002

Paint

2'-0"

A601.00

Consultants:

1st Floor 0"

1st Floor Corridor South Elevation

2

A601.00

E. Bruce Barrett, R.A. LEED A.P., Vice President Elan R. Abneri, P.E., Director, Design Consultant Management Stanley Dahir, R.A., Director, Quality Control & Construction Support María A. Gómez, P.E., LEED A.P., Director, A&E In-House Design George D. Roussey, P.E., LEED A.P., Director, Technical Standards Stacey Spann-Thom, Director, Operations Support

7'-2"

F

10'-0"

10'-0"

10"

2'-10"

2'-0"

Paint

7 Paint

Perforated Metal Acoustic Panels

10'-0"

9'-0" 4'-0"

2nd Floor 14' - 0"

8"

A920.00

 OC   

Security Desk, See A713.00 for drawings

Fire Command Station

Open to Corridor Beyond

9'-4" A601.00

E90

E21

E21 E1A

Open to Corridor Beyond

E74

0'

1/4" = 1'-0"

4'

3

Preliminary Not For Construction

8'

   

PF

2

5

Paint, Typ.

Main Lobby and 1st Floor Circulation West Elevation

6

7

A601.00

1

A920.00

999

A601.00

CT6. Typ.

E1C

8"

1st Floor 0"

4

4

A920.00

4 4.1

A920.00

E18

OC

F

4

4

3

CT2, Typ.

E62

E21

E19

14'-0"

4.1

2

PT 1 and Base

E1A

NOTE:

Drawing may be printed at reduced scale

IT IS A VIOLATION OF THE STATE EDUCATION LAW SECTION 7209 (2) FOR ANY PERSON TO ALTER AN ITEM IN ANY WAY UNLESS SUCH PERSON IS ACTING UNDER THE DIRECTION OF A LICENSED PROFESSIONAL ENGINEER, AND THE ENGINEER STAMPS SUCH CHANGES

No.

GL 1, Typ.

Date

Revision

A920.00 DN Paint 11

5

3

4.1 4

3

2

5

Black Granite

A920.00 Paint, Typ.

CT6, Typ.

Security Desk, See A713.00 for drawings

A920.00

CT2, Typ.

01/29/2015

2'-0"

E26 Key Plan:

47th Avenue

10"

10

Compliance Submission

E63

A920.00

7'-2"

10'-0"

Open to Administration Suite Beyond

Open to Gymatorium Lobby Beyond

E74

E2 F

2

1st Floor 0"

Main Lobby and 1st Floor Corridor East elevation

7 10

A601.00

B3

4'

8'

A3

8

C

W

0'

1/4" = 1'-0"



  

211th Street

DP

210th Street

11

12 A601.00

B3

A920.00

PT1

PT1 2'-10"



48th Avenue

Block #

7327

28

Lot #

4"

9

6

9'-4"

9'-0"

10'-0"

10'-0"

 

2'-8"

Designer:

8"

E63

Black Granite

Paint

11 A601.00

1/4" = 1'-0"

Author Checker

Checked by: Design No or LLW No.:

West Elevation

Facility Code:

68867

Date:

01/29/2015

PS332Q

1/4" = 1'-0" Project:

B

PRIMARY SCHOOL PS 332Q

PT1 E1A

1

R. ANTHONY FIELDMAN

Drawn by:

1st Floor 0"

South Elevation

10 A601.00

4'-0"

4'-0"

Security Desk, See A713.00 for drawings

2nd Floor 14' - 0"

Commissioned Artwork

8"

5

1st Floor 0"

2nd Floor 14' - 0"

DON FLAGG

Discipline Lead:

PT1 Base PT1 Base

A920.00

VCS

R. ANTHONY FIELDMAN

Project Architect/Engineer:

6'-6"

7'-4"

10'-0"

888

Paint

8

FACP

JAMES ELBERFELD

SCA Design Manager:

A601.00

Black Granite Address:

14'-0"

210-21 48TH AVENUE, BAYSIDE, NY 11364 10'-0"

E44

Security Desk, See A713.00 for drawings

Open to Corridor Beyond

E2

1st Floor 0"

A601.00

0'

1/4" = 1'-0"

4'

A601.00

8'

0'

1/4" = 1'-0"

4'

A601.00

8'

A601.00

1st Floor 0"

Main Lobby North Elevation

9

MAIN LOBBY & 1ST FLOOR CIRCULATION Drawing No.:

1st Floor 0"

Main Lobby South Elevation

8

PT1 Base

Bicycle Rack

PT 1 and Base

8 1/8"

1.1

B3 Furniture Plan_Main Lobby

1

Drawing Title:

10'-0" 9'-4"

14'-0"

Perforated Metal Acoustic Panel 9'-3 7/8"

A3

North Elevation

12

1/4" = 1'-0"

0'

4'

A601.00

8'

Sheets in Contract Set:

## OF ##

1/4" = 1'-0"

Sheets in DOB Set:

## OF ##

President & CEO Lorraine Grillo

B2

E7

Toilet Room - Boys 309 167

E10 E78

16140

1

-

16720 16770

1 2

7 8 E2

E7 E10 E78

Toilet Rm - Boys 309_Owner Provided and Installed DESCRIPTION TRASH RECEPTACLE

E7 E10

0'

1/4" = 1'-0"

4'

SPEC SECTION QTY 10810 1

-

1 1

2" E2

23

2 3

2

B2

4

UE024 GRAB BAR - ADA COMPLIANT UE004 TOILET PAPER DISPENSER UE005B LIQUID SOAP DISPENSER - RECESSED UE014 MIRROR SK013 LAVATORY, SURFACE MOUNTED, BARRIER-FREE (PUPIL) EL005 DUPLEX THREE WIRE GROUNDED RECEPTACLE, 20A 125V. (NEMA 5-20R) MOUNTED 18" A.F.F. U.O.I. EL004 SINGLE POLE TOGGLE SWITCH (KEY-OPERATED) EL062 FIRE SIGNAL STROBE SUBSCRIPT

E2 E7 E10

5

1/4" = 1'-0"

0'

16140

1

-

16720

1

-

16770 16145

1 1

CT6

Paint

10840 10810 10810 10810 15440

-

16140

1

-

16140 16720

1 1

ITEM ITEM NO REF. DESCRIPTION 1 UE001A PAPER TOWEL/WASTE DISPENSER - RECESSED

H1 1'-1 1/2"

2 1 1 1 1

1

5'-7 7/8"

4 Grade 1 Toilet Rm. 307A 52 5 26 E2

4.1

A614.00 27

2 3 4 5 6 E2

3

2

6

5

SK013 UE014 UE005B UE024 UE004 EL005

E10 E78

LAVATORY, SURFACE MOUNTED, BARRIER-FREE (PUPIL) MIRROR LIQUID SOAP DISPENSER - RECESSED GRAB BAR - ADA COMPLIANT TOILET PAPER DISPENSER DUPLEX THREE WIRE GROUNDED RECEPTACLE, 20A 125V. (NEMA 5-20R) MOUNTED 18" A.F.F. U.O.I. FIRE SIGNAL STROBE SUBSCRIPT CEILING SPEAKER

13"W X 17"H X 4"D -

10810

1

16140

1

-

16720

1

-

16770 16145

1 1

EL062 EL206

Paint

1/4" = 1'-0"

0'

4'

Paint 2'-10" 10'-0"

1 7'-2"

8

SIZE 14" X 28" X 4" D 18" x 36" 10" X 6" X 4" -

Paint

CT6

4.1

SPEC SECTION QTY 10810 1 15440 10810 10810 10840 10810 16140

1 1 1 2 1 1

16720 16770

1 1

Paint

CT6

5

A614.00

8'

1/4" = 1'-0"

0'

4'

A614.00

8'

0'

1/4" = 1'-0"

4'

4

2

3

0'

1/4" = 1'-0"

North Elevation

22 4'

A614.00

8'

E7 6

4

1/4" = 1'-0"

2

1/4" = 1'-0"

4'

8'

A614.00

7

A614.00

5 6

1/4" = 1'-0"

Preliminary Not For Construction NOTE:

0'

4'

Drawing may be printed at reduced scale

8' IT IS A VIOLATION OF THE STATE EDUCATION LAW SECTION 7209 (2) FOR ANY PERSON TO ALTER AN ITEM IN ANY WAY UNLESS SUCH PERSON IS ACTING UNDER THE DIRECTION OF A LICENSED PROFESSIONAL ENGINEER, AND THE ENGINEER STAMPS SUCH CHANGES

4.1

No.

CT6

Paint

Date

Revision

CT6

2

1/4" = 1'-0"

0'

01/29/2015

E2

8'

3rd Floor 28' - 0"

South Elevation

27 4'

A614.00

28 0'

1/4" = 1'-0"

4'

8'

A614.00

2

3rd Floor 28' - 0"

East Elevation 1/4" = 1'-0"

0'

29 4'

8'

A614.00

Key Plan:

Compliance Submission

Paint

CT6

47th Avenue

West Elevation 0'

1/4" = 1'-0"

4'

8'

4

CT6 E10

6

5

6

3rd Floor 28' - 0"

4.1 4 Paint

NOTES: 1. FOR DEVICES NOT VISIBLE IN ELEVATION, SEE CORRESPONDING REFLECTED CEILING PLAN 2. ALL TOILETS CAN BE FOUND IN THE PLUMBING SCHEDULE 3. REFER TO SPECIFICATIONS FOR ALL FIXURE MOUNTING HEIGHTS

10'-0"

7

7'-2"

7'-2"

4

10'-0"

10'-0"

4

7'-2" 8'

10'-0"

10'-0"

1

1/4" = 1'-0"

4'

E10

6 E7

3

North Elevation

26 0'

Paint

2'-10"

2'-10"

CT6

7

West Elevation

A614.00

A614.00

4.1 Paint

Paint

2

3rd Floor 28' - 0"

A1 A

Paint, Typ.

4

8'

8'

2'-10"

2'-10" 4'-6"

1/4" = 1'-0"

4'

B

B CT6, Typ.

21 0'

8

6

3rd Floor 28' - 0"

East Elevation

20

0'

E10

10'-0"

10'-0"

10'-0"

South Elevation

E2

4'

10'-0"

A614.00

A A1

7'-2"

5

2

3rd Floor 28' - 0"

0'

H1 CT6

2'-10"

8'

1/4" = 1'-0"

1

7

4'-6"

4'-6"

4'-6"

19 4'

A614.00

CT6

Paint

3

0'

8'

West Elevation

25

3

1

E88

4'

5'-6"

5'-6"

2'-10" 2'-8"

10'-0"

4

FOOD SERVICE Romano Gatland 58 Albany Avenue, S. 201 Amityville, NY 11701

CT6

3rd Floor 28' - 0"

East Elevation

2'-10"

CT6

Paint E10

3rd Floor 28' - 0"

North Elevation

8

24 0'

1/4" = 1'-0"

7'-2"

CT6

5'-6" 10'-0"

4

2

6

1/4" = 1'-0"

A614.00

8'

2'-10"

Paint

5

18

4'

Paint CT6

7

A614.00

South Elevation

23

0'

3rd Floor 28' - 0"

H1 CT6

3rd Floor 28' - 0"

6

3rd Floor 28' - 0"

B2 Paint

EXPEDITING JMV Associates 38-39 Bell Bvld., Ste. 350 Bayside, NY 11361

3

West Elevation

A614.00

8'

SUSTAINABILITY Vidaris 360 Park Avenue South New York, NY 10010

E2

4'-6" 17

VERTICAL TRANSPORTATION Van Deusen Associates 5 Regent Street, Ste. 524 Livingston, NJ 07039

ACOUSTICS Cerami & Associates 404 5th Avenue New York, NY 10018

2'-10"

4'

East Elevation

16

GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEERING Langan Engineering 360 W. 31st Street, 8th Fl New York, NY 10001

10'-0"

0'

1/4" = 1'-0"

South Elevation

CIVIL ENGINEER Maitra Associates 450 7th Avenue, 9th Floor New York, NY 10123

LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT QA / QC CONSULTING Maitra Associates Michael Fieldman Architect 450 7th Avenue, 9th Fl 337 Broome Street, 2nd Fl New York, NY 10123 New York, NY 10002

7'-2"

15

3rd Floor 28' - 0"

7'-2"

North Elevation

STRUCTURAL ENGINEER Robert Silman Associates 32 Old Slip, 10th Floor New York, NY 10005

MEPF ENGINEER DVL Engineers 375 Main Street Hackensack, NJ 07601

E10

E10

6

3rd Floor 28' - 0"

A

4

2

48th Avenue

1

7'-2"

A614.00

4'-6"

4'-6"

4'-6" 14

2

ARCHITECT RAFT Architects 12 Vestry Street, 7th Floor New York, NY 10013

8'

CT6

CT6

10'-0"

5 E2

3rd Floor 28' - 0"

Consultants:

SIGNAGE COST ESTIMATING Wojciechowski Art + Design Pete & Company 35 Medford Street, #202 555 Kappock Street, 26F Somerville, MA 02143 Bronx, NY 10463

3

6

3rd Floor 28' - 0"

E. Bruce Barrett, R.A. LEED A.P., Vice President Elan R. Abneri, P.E., Director, Design Consultant Management Stanley Dahir, R.A., Director, Quality Control & Construction Support María A. Gómez, P.E., LEED A.P., Director, A&E In-House Design George D. Roussey, P.E., LEED A.P., Director, Technical Standards Stacey Spann-Thom, Director, Operations Support

5

5

2

3rd Floor 28' - 0"

Architecture & Engineering

Grade 1 Toilet Room - 307A

7

10'-0"

1 2 1 1

Grade 1 Toilet Rm 307A_Contractor Provided and Installed SPEC SECTION QTY 10810 1

SIZE 14" X 28" X 4" D 10" X 6" X 4" 18" x 36" -

5'-6"

5'-6"

4

10810 10840 10810 10810

8'

4.1

3 Paint

10'-0"

4'

A614.00

1

3

0'

1/4" = 1'-0"

8'

E10

E88

1

18" x 36" -

Toilet Room - 334 / 336

3

4'

3

CT6

5'-6"

2'-10"

QTY 1

Grade 1 Toilet Room - 305A

2 A614.00

Paint

E7

6

16140 16720

2 3 4 5 6

3'-4"

1 1 2 1 1

24

10" X 6" X 4" 10810 18" x 36" 10810 10840 10810 16140

Grade 1 Toilet Rm.22 305A 56 A614.00

8'

CT6

10810

1

E2

SIZE -

ITEM ITEM NO REF. DESCRIPTION 1 UE001A PAPER TOWEL/WASTE DISPENSER - RECESSED

6'-10 5/8" 1

1

25

15440

4

2'-8"

10'-0"

4

3

13"W X 17"H X 4"D -

Grade 1 Toilet Rm 305A_Contractor Provided and Installed

SIZE 14" X 28" X 4" D -

E10

7

A614.00 19

7

A614.00

LAVATORY, SURFACE MOUNTED, BARRIER-FREE (PUPIL) UE005B LIQUID SOAP DISPENSER - RECESSED UE014 MIRROR UE024 GRAB BAR - ADA COMPLIANT UE004 TOILET PAPER DISPENSER EL005 DUPLEX THREE WIRE GROUNDED RECEPTACLE, 20A 125V. (NEMA 5-20R) MOUNTED 18" A.F.F. U.O.I. EL004 SINGLE POLE TOGGLE SWITCH (KEY-OPERATED) EL062 FIRE SIGNAL STROBE SUBSCRIPT

B2 Paint

1 1

8'

Grade 1 Toilet Room - 303A

1 A614.00

1

16720 16770

DESCRIPTION TRASH RECEPTACLE

4'-8 1/2"

K

6

5

16140

-

1 2 1 1

10" X 6" X 4" 10810

E88

ITEM ITEM NO REF. A UE039

QTY 1

K

5

4

5

-

2'-10"

4'

SK013

3 4 5 6 E2

18

6

Toilet Rm - Girls 311_Owner Provided and Installed SIZE

-

Grade 1 Toilet Rm 303A_Contractor Provided and Installed

2

E7

8

5

1

Toilet Rm. 336 60

5

10810 10840 10810 10810

2'-10"

ITEM ITEM NO REF. A UE039

ITEM ITEM NO REF. DESCRIPTION 1 UE001A PAPER TOWEL/WASTE DISPENSER - RECESSED

3

2 1 1

2"

A

0'

2

3 2

10810 10810 16140

18" x 36" -

10'-0"

1'-1 5/8"

1'-5 3/8"

6

1/4" = 1'-0"

E2

10810 10810

1

6

Grade 1 Toilet Rm. 303A 56

14" X 28" X 4" D 18" x 36" -

OC

A614.00

-

5 6

2

Toilet Rooms - 311 Girls / 309 Boys

4

2 1 1

5

1

1

211th Street

8

9 10"

4.1

E2

7

2

10810 10810 16140

1'-1 3/4"

K

2'-11 1/2"

5'-5"

6 A614.00 FD

10810

8

10" X 6" X 4" 10810

15440

210th Street

E7

1

8 1

14" X 28" X 4" D 18" x 36" -

2

3

2

15

1

2'-10"

7 8 E2

10810

A614.00

15440

SIZE 14" X 28" X 4" D -

SPEC SECTION QTY 10810 1

10'-0"

4

14

5 6

SIZE 14" X 28" X 4" D -

ITEM ITEM NO REF. DESCRIPTION 1 UE001A PAPER TOWEL/WASTE DISPENSER - RECESSED 2 SK013 LAVATORY, SURFACE MOUNTED, BARRIER-FREE (PUPIL) 3 UE005B LIQUID SOAP DISPENSER RECESSED 4 UE014 MIRROR 5 UE024 GRAB BAR - ADA COMPLIANT 6 UE004 TOILET PAPER DISPENSER 7 UE004B SANITARY NAPKIN / TAMPON VENDOR 8 UE954 SANITARY NAPKIN DISPOSAL UNIT E2 EL005 DUPLEX THREE WIRE GROUNDED RECEPTACLE, 20A 125V. (NEMA 5-20R) MOUNTED 18" A.F.F. U.O.I. E10 EL062 FIRE SIGNAL STROBE SUBSCRIPT E78 EL206 CEILING SPEAKER E88 EL504 OCCUPANCY SENSOR WITH OVERRIDE SWITCH - WALL MOUNTED 48" A.F.F.

7'-2"

6

4

7

1

Chancellor Dennis M. Walcott, Chairman Curtis A. Harris Emily A. Youssouf

Toilet Rm 336_Contractor Provided and Installed

SPEC SECTION QTY 10810 1

7'-2"

7

2

4

06410

3'-4"

3

3 2

6'-7"

2

2

7

72" X 24"

7'-2"

7'-9" 2'-3 3/4"

7

10810

3

2'-7 5/8"

7 2

4

1

1'-8 1/8"

5

1

06410

4

10'-0"

5

K

8

4

E2 E7

11

72" X 24"

Board of Trustees

1

Toilet Rm 334 58

28

A614.00

1 4

5'-0 1/4"

12

13

A

3

29

3

10

SIZE -

ITEM ITEM NO REF. DESCRIPTION 1 UE001A PAPER TOWEL/WASTE DISPENSER - RECESSED 2 SK013 LAVATORY, SURFACE MOUNTED, BARRIER-FREE (PUPIL) 3 UE005B LIQUID SOAP DISPENSER RECESSED 4 UE014 MIRROR 5 UE024 GRAB BAR - ADA COMPLIANT 6 UE004 TOILET PAPER DISPENSER 7 UE004B SANITARY NAPKIN / TAMPON VENDOR 8 UE954 SANITARY NAPKIN DISPOSAL UNIT E2 EL005 DUPLEX THREE WIRE GROUNDED RECEPTACLE, 20A 125V. (NEMA 5-20R) MOUNTED 18" A.F.F. U.O.I. E10 EL062 FIRE SIGNAL STROBE SUBSCRIPT E78 EL206 CEILING SPEAKER E88 EL504 OCCUPANCY SENSOR WITH OVERRIDE SWITCH - WALL MOUNTED 48" A.F.F.

9'-0 5/8"

FD Toilet Room - Girls 311 170

DESCRIPTION GRAB BAR - ADA COMPLIANT UNDER THE COUNTER LAVATORY / MULTIPLE STATIONS FOR GENERAL USE CTP02 INTEGRAL COUNTERTOP W/BACKSPLASH UE005 LIQUID SOAP DISPENSER COUNTERTOP MTD UE004 TOILET PAPER DISPENSER UE001A PAPER TOWEL/WASTE DISPENSER RECESSED UE014 MIRROR UE004A TOILET PAPER DISPENSER - ADA EL005 DUPLEX THREE WIRE GROUNDED RECEPTACLE, 20A 125V. (NEMA 5-20R) MOUNTED 18" A.F.F. U.O.I. EL004 SINGLE POLE TOGGLE SWITCH (KEY-OPERATED) EL062 FIRE SIGNAL STROBE SUBSCRIPT EL206 CEILING SPEAKER

Toilet Rm 334_Contractor Provided and Installed

E2 OC

16

6

SIZE -

2'-6 1/2" E88

SPEC SECTION QTY 10840 2 15440 2

10'-5 1/8"

6

DESCRIPTION GRAB BAR - ADA COMPLIANT UNDER THE COUNTER LAVATORY / MULTIPLE STATIONS FOR GENERAL USE CTP02 INTEGRAL COUNTERTOP W/BACKSPLASH UE005 LIQUID SOAP DISPENSER COUNTERTOP MTD UE001A PAPER TOWEL/WASTE DISPENSER RECESSED UE014 MIRROR UE004A TOILET PAPER DISPENSER - ADA EL005 DUPLEX THREE WIRE GROUNDED RECEPTACLE, 20A 125V. (NEMA 5-20R) MOUNTED 18" A.F.F. U.O.I. EL004 SINGLE POLE TOGGLE SWITCH (KEY-OPERATED) EL062 FIRE SIGNAL STROBE SUBSCRIPT EL206 CEILING SPEAKER

ITEM ITEM NO REF. 1 UE024 2 SK027

17

5'-4 3/8"

1'-4 1/2" 1'-11 1/2"

Toilet Rm - Girls 311_Contractor Provided and Installed SPEC SECTION QTY 10840 2 15440 2

20

18'-10 1/8"

ITEM ITEM NO REF. 1 UE024 2 SK027

21

B

6 1/4"

4"

Toilet Rm - Boys 309_Contractor Provided and Installed

A1

A

Block #

7327

28

Lot #

E2

6 A614.00

3rd Floor 28' - 0"

North Elevation

7 0'

1/4" = 1'-0"

4'

8'

A614.00

3

3rd Floor 28' - 0"

South Elevation

8 0'

1/4" = 1'-0"

4'

8'

A614.00

1/4" = 1'-0"

9

0'

4'

8'

A614.00

Designer:

West Elevation 0'

4'

7

Checker

Checked by:

Paint

CT6

2'-10"

E10

Author

8'

68867 Paint

CT6, Typ.

R. ANTHONY FIELDMAN

Drawn by:

1/4" = 1'-0"

A1 A Paint, Typ.

2'-10"

2'-10"

B

CT6

Facility Code:

Date:

01/29/2015

PS332Q

Project:

CT6

PRIMARY SCHOOL PS 332Q

2'-10"

B Paint

DON FLAGG

Discipline Lead:

Design No or LLW No.:

A A1

R. ANTHONY FIELDMAN

Project Architect/Engineer:

3rd Floor 28' - 0"

East Elevation

JAMES ELBERFELD

SCA Design Manager:

8

3

3rd Floor 28' - 0"

7 Address:

210-21 48TH AVENUE, BAYSIDE, NY 11364

5

1 5

8

5

6

3rd Floor 28' - 0" 10

3rd Floor 28' - 0"

North Elevation 1/4" = 1'-0"

11 0'

4'

8'

A614.00

3

1/4" = 1'-0"

TOILET ROOMS 8

3rd Floor 28' - 0"

South Elevation

12 0'

4'

8'

A614.00

3rd Floor 28' - 0"

East Elevation 1/4" = 1'-0"

Drawing Title:

1

2 3

E2

A614.00

10'-0"

4 A

7'-2"

4

4

7'-2"

A

7

10'-0"

E7 7'-2"

7'-2"

10'-0"

6

10'-0"

6

0'

13 4'

8'

A614.00

Drawing No.:

A614.00

West Elevation 1/4" = 1'-0"

0'

4'

8'

Sheets in Contract Set:

## OF ## Sheets in DOB Set:

## OF ##


79 President & CEO Lorraine Grillo Board of Trustees

1/4" backplate 1/16" faceplate

1/4" backplate 1/16" faceplate

4"

Etched zinc faceplate with tactile letters.

Mount to gyp. bd. wall with threaded rods and silicone adhesive.

Side View

2"

A Door Tag scale: full size

E. Bruce Barrett, R.A. LEED A.P., Vice President Elan R. Abneri, P.E., Director, Design Consultant Management Stanley Dahir, R.A., Director, Quality Control & Construction Support María A. Gómez, P.E., LEED A.P., Director, A&E In-House Design George D. Roussey, P.E., LEED A.P., Director, Technical Standards Stacey Spann-Thom, Director, Operations Support

202

Aluminum backplate. Edge of backplate and faceplate to align, satin finish all around. Faceplate to match color 1. Top stamp letters to match color 2.

1 1/2"

Mount to door frame with threaded rods and silicone adhesive.

Architecture & Engineering

Etched zinc faceplate with tactile letters and Braille.

202

Aluminum backplate. Edge of backplate and faceplate to align, satin finish all around. Faceplate to match color 1. Top stamp letters to match color 2.

Side View

Chancellor Dennis M. Walcott, Chairman Curtis A. Harris Emily A. Youssouf

8"

Consultants:

B Door Sign with Room Number scale: full size

ARCHITECT RAF|T Architects 12 Vestry Street, 7th Floor New York, NY 10013

STRUCTURAL ENGINEER Robert Silman Associates 32 Old Slip, 10th Floor New York, NY 10005

MEPF ENGINEER DVL Engineers 375 Main Street Hackensack, NJ 07601

CIVIL ENGINEER Maitra Associates 450 7th Avenue, 9th Floor New York, NY 10123

LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT QA / QC CONSULTING Maitra Associates Michael Fieldman Architect 450 7th Avenue, 9th Fl 337 Broome Street, 2nd Fl New York, NY 10123 New York, NY 10002

11"

1/4" backplate 1/16" faceplate Same construction as sign type C, except for dimensions and insert.

SUSTAINABILITY Vidaris 360 Park Avenue South New York, NY 10010

EXPEDITING JMV Associates 38-39 Bell Bvld., Ste. 350 Bayside, NY 11361

2"

1/4" backplate

VERTICAL TRANSPORTATION Van Deusen Associates 5 Regent Street, Ste. 524 Livingston, NJ 07039

ACOUSTICS Cerami & Associates 404 5th Avenue New York, NY 10018

SIGNAGE COST ESTIMATING Wojciechowski Art + Design Pete & Company 35 Medford Street, #202 555 Kappock Street, 26F Somerville, MA 02143 Bronx, NY 10463

216

Mount to metal panel with two-face tape and silcone adhesive.

GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEERING Langan Engineering 360 W. 31st Street, 8th Fl New York, NY 10001

FOOD SERVICE Romano Gatland 58 Albany Avenue, S. 201 Amityville, NY 11701

8"

1/16" faceplate

DISTRICT 75 CLASSROOM

8"

Existing metal pan on sidelight

2"

2"

220

Aluminum backplate. Edge of backplate and faceplate to align, satin finish all around.

2 1/4"

Etched zinc faceplate with tactile letters and Braille.

2"

Mill out 1/8” deep recess to accept paper insert. Cover insert area with clear acrylic lens. Face of lens to align with face of sign.

2 1/4"

Mount to gyp. bd. wall with threaded rods and silicone adhesive.

3"

DISTRICT 75 THERAPY

Lower area background to match color 2. Top stamp letters to match color 1.

6 1/2"

1/2"

Background of header to match color 1. Top stamp letters to match color 2.

1/2"

Side View

Preliminary Not For Construction

D Door Sign with Room Number, and two Paper Insert Windows scale: full size

Side View Typical Mounting on Glass Sidelight

C Door Sign with Room Number and Name scale: full size

Drawing may be printed at reduced scale

NOTE:

IT IS A VIOLATION OF THE STATE EDUCATION LAW SECTION 7209 (2) FOR ANY PERSON TO ALTER AN ITEM IN ANY WAY UNLESS SUCH PERSON IS ACTING UNDER THE DIRECTION OF A LICENSED PROFESSIONAL ENGINEER, AND THE ENGINEER STAMPS SUCH CHANGES

NOTE: See message schedule for signs mounted on sidelite.

No.

Date

Revision

1/29/2015 Key Plan:

1/4" backplate

Compliance Submission

47th Avenue

1/4" backplate

1/16" faceplate

1/16" faceplate

C03

2"

Aluminum backplate. Edge of backplate and faceplate to align, satin finish all around.

1. For all signs on this page, work only from digital artwork provided by designer.

211th Street

General notes:

Etched zinc faceplate with tactile letters and Braille.

C04

Mount to gyp. bd. wall with threaded rods and silicone adhesive.

210th Street

Same construction as sign type C, except for dimensions.

Background of header to match color 1. Top stamp letters to match color 2.

48th Avenue

Lower area background to match color 2. Top stamp letters to match color 1.

Block #

7327

Lot #

28

JAMES ELBERFELD

SCA Design Manager:

R. ANTHONY FIELDMAN

Project Architect/Engineer:

Mount to gyp. bd. wall with threaded rods and silicone adhesive.

DON FLAGG

Discipline Lead:

R. ANTHONY FIELDMAN

Designer:

TOM WOJCIECHOWSKI

Drawn by:

TOM WOJCIECHOWSKI

6 1/2"

Checked by: Design No or LLW No.:

Facility Code:

68867

Date:

1/29/2015

PS332Q

Project:

BOYS

PRIMARY SCHOOL PS 332Q

GIRLS

Address:

210-21 48TH AVENUE, BAYSIDE, NY 11364

Drawing Title:

DETAILS SIGN TYPES A, B, C, D, F, and G

A942

Drawing No.:

Side View

F Boys/Men scale: full size

Side View

G Girls/Women scale: full size

Sheets in Contract Set:

OF ###

Sheets in DOB Set:

OF ###

President & CEO Lorraine Grillo

EL056

E10 E19

EL063 EL036

E25

EL203

E34 E67 E70

EL037 EL028 EL503

1

M N

TB322 KF039

2

PRIVACY/CALL-IN SWITCH MOUNTED AT 4'-0" 16770 A.F.F. TELEPHONE OUTLET FOR STANDARD WALL 16725 INSTRUMENT, WITH SINGLE JACK INSTALLED IN METAL LOCK BOX MOUNTED AT 4'-0" A.F.F. 16130 WALL MOUNTED RECEPTACLE/DATA DUAL RACEWAY. RACEWAY HOUSES 10-20 AMP. DUPLEX RECEPTACLES, TWO (2) DATA JACKS. SUBSCRIPT 'K' INDICATES 'SAFETY TYPE'

1

FIRE SIGNAL STROBE SUBSCRIPT DATA OUTLET WITH SINGLE JACK LABELED "DATA" MOUNTED AT 18" A.F.F. DUPLEX OUTLET LABELED "DATA" AND "DATA" MOUNTED AT 18" A.F.F. WIRELESS ACCESS POINT CABLE DROP LOW VOLTAGE PUSH BUTTON SWITCH CEILING MOUNTED LOW VOLTAGE OCCUPANCY SENSOR, AUTOMATIC 'ON'/'OFF'

16720 16727

1 1

16727

1

16727 16140 16145

1 1 1

O P Q R S

KF037 KF028 KF010 KF011 DK102

TABLE ROUND FOLD AND LOCK HIDE AWAY STORAGE BLOCK STORAGE CABINET MINI-LIBRARY DISPLAY KINDERGARTEN WORK BENCH DOUBLE EASEL/DESK DESK W/ RETURN

T U V W X

KF041 KF032 KF033 KF040 KF038

PLEXI-MIRROR, TWO POSITION ROCKING DOLL CRADLE BENTWOOD CARRIAGE BIG BOOK MINI EASEL TOY AND BLOCK MOBILE

1

12

6

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M

M

H

8 H H

T H

M

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FF203.00

3

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FF203.00

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10

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K

H

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2

X

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A

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2

25"H 30"X60" (+45" RETURN) -

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8

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P

5

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D

E3

4

4

7

1 1 1 1 2

L

B

L

8'

9

L

E2 E

FOOD SERVICE Romano Gatland 58 Albany Avenue, S. 201 Amityville, NY 11701

AA

E

10

10

10

H

8

8'

10

K

K

Furniture Plan_Kindergarten 206

2 0'

1/4" = 1'-0"

SUSTAINABILITY Vidaris 360 Park Avenue South New York, NY 10010

E10

Furniture Plan_Kindergarten 204

1 FF203.00

B

6

1 8

B L

BB

9

E2

   

5

E1

B

E2

13

X

E5 E4 E3 E34 E85

VERTICAL TRANSPORTATION Van Deusen Associates 5 Regent Street, Ste. 524 Livingston, NJ 07039

ACOUSTICS Cerami & Associates 404 5th Avenue New York, NY 10018

Z

E2

S

1 1 1 1 1

GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEERING Langan Engineering 360 W. 31st Street, 8th Fl New York, NY 10001

EXPEDITING JMV Associates 38-39 Bell Bvld., Ste. 350 Bayside, NY 11361

H

G

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AA

F

6

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C

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K

CIVIL ENGINEER Maitra Associates 450 7th Avenue, 9th Floor New York, NY 10123

SIGNAGE COST ESTIMATING Wojciechowski Art + Design Pete & Company 35 Medford Street, #202 555 Kappock Street, 26F Somerville, MA 02143 Bronx, NY 10463

R H

1 20 1 4 1 2

STRUCTURAL ENGINEER Robert Silman Associates 32 Old Slip, 10th Floor New York, NY 10005

MEPF ENGINEER DVL Engineers 375 Main Street Hackensack, NJ 07601

LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT QA / QC CONSULTING Maitra Associates Michael Fieldman Architect 450 7th Avenue, 9th Fl 337 Broome Street, 2nd Fl New York, NY 10123 New York, NY 10002

H

H H

1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1

1

H S H

H

L

E9

1

12" H 48"x24" 20 1/2" x 26 3/4" x 18" S.H. 30" DIA -

4

16140

J

T

13

QTY

1

H

E1 Kindergarten Rm.204

FF203.00

ARCHITECT RAFT Architects 12 Vestry Street, 7th Floor New York, NY 10013

OC

TE002

18"x20 1/2"x35 1/4" -

G H I J K L

16770

-

13 4

H

S

15

SIZE

SET OF COUCH, TABLE, & CHAIR GARBAGE CAN COMPUTER RECYCLE CAN CHEST OF DRAWERS LAPTOP SIDE CHAIR WOOD PRINTER SAND/WATER PLAY TABLE W/ COVER KF029 AUDIO/VISUAL CENTER CH002A SIDE CHAIR/ STUDENT KF035 FOUR UNIT KITCHEN SET-UP KF008 TABLE WOOD/RECTANGULAR KF001 20 TRAY HIDE AWAY CABINET CH003D COMPUTER TABLE CHAIR

1 J

9

DESCRIPTION

KF006 UE060 CN010 UE061 KF003 CN011 CH006 CN020 KF030

H

EL034

E5

A AA B BB C CC D E F

1

Consultants:

1 H U

N

H U

C

E. Bruce Barrett, R.A. LEED A.P., Vice President Elan R. Abneri, P.E., Director, Design Consultant Management Stanley Dahir, R.A., Director, Quality Control & Construction Support María A. Gómez, P.E., LEED A.P., Director, A&E In-House Design George D. Roussey, P.E., LEED A.P., Director, Technical Standards Stacey Spann-Thom, Director, Operations Support

F

E2

G

BB AA

U

E2

SPEC SECTI ON

H

J

F J

N

C

OWNER PROVIDED AND INSTALLED ITEMS ITEM REF.

H

E2

H

8

K

ITEM NO.

E2

E4

Kindergarten Rm.206

X

Architecture & Engineering

E67

X

E19

E19 E67

EL039

X A1

CC

7 H

X

A1

CC

5

Kindergarten Rm.208

H

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4

E3

D

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A

EL005

E3

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Chancellor Dennis M. Walcott, Chairman Curtis A. Harris Emily A. Youssouf

K

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J

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B3

E2

16770

4

V H

Co SPEC SECTION unt

Description COMBINATION ANALOG CLOCK/SOUND SYSTEM SPEAKER DUPLEX THREE WIRE GROUNDED RECEPTACLE, 20A 125V. (NEMA 5-20R) MOUNTED 18" A.F.F. U.O.I. QUAD. THREE WIRE GROUNDED RECEPTACLE, 20A, 125V. (NEMA 5-20R) MOUNTED 18" A.F.F. U.O.I. SUBSCRIPTS 'F' INDICATES FURNITURE MOUNTED, 'S' INDICATES SURGE SUPRESSOR, 'K' INDICATES SAFETY TYPE.

E4 11

H

ITEM REF. CL001

B

B

O

1

CONTRACTOR PROVIDED AND INSTALLED ITEMS ITEM NO. E1

   

E2

1

1 1

4

16727

11

2 1 4 1 1 1

65"x50" 10"x12"x4"

    

E34 E85

L 

06410 06410 06410 10100 10100 10100

CK059 INTERACTIVE WHITEBOARD EL501 WIRELESS ACCESS POINT CABLE DROP

E3

30"x 12"x 24" 8'6" x 30" 24" x 12" x 24" 4' x 4' 8'6" x 2'8" 5' x 4'

A1 E85

L

3 1 1 2 2 1 1

E34 E85 8'

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5

06410 06410 06410 10100 10100 06410 15440

B2

QTY

7

UC042 CTP01 UC011 DB017 DB106 DB001

2'6" x 1'4" x 7' 2'4" x 2' 10' x 2' 7'6" x 8" 7'6" x 4'0" 60" x 24" 25"x17"x4 1/2"

SIZE

E1

L

8 9 10 11 12 13

BOOKSHELF UNIT - 6 SHELVES TEACHER'S WARDROBE/ CLOSET STUDENT'S WARDROBE /CLOSET TACKBOARD MARKERBOARD COUNTERTOP / SINK SINK AND DRINKING FOUNT./BARRIER FREE WALL HUNG SHELVES COUNTERTOP / COMPUTER WALL HUNG SHELVES TACKBOARD TACKBOARD TACKBOARD

DESCRIPTION

3 E4 E10 E3 E25

L

BS316 CW652 CW653 DB362 CK045 CTP01 SK014

QTY

P

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

SPEC SECTION

SIZE

E1

E5 E3 E10 E25

DESCRIPTION

E5

8'

9

OC

ITEM REF.

SPEC SECTION

3

P

ITEM NO.

ITEM REF.

2 2

K

10

ITEM NO.

Board of Trustees

3

OWNER PROVIDED, CONTRACTOR INSTALLED ITEMS

2 CONTRACTOR PROVIDED AND INSTALLED ITEMS

4'

FF203.00

8'

Furniture Plan_Kindergarten 208

3 0'

1/4" = 1'-0"

4'

8'

FF203.00

0'

1/4" = 1'-0"

4'

8'

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Panormic view of Park Place facing north

PARK PLACE CONDO TOWER /CLIENT Private /LOCATION New York, NY /OFFICE SOMA Architects /ROLE Designer The constraints of this very narrow site called for a solution in which an extreme slenderness ratio would have to be achieved in order to accommodate for the amount of program needed in a luxury condo high-rise. However, the greatest question was, how do you create an identity for this particular building among the dominant towers of the famous New York City skyline? How can we not only add to the vibrance of the Financial District, but also set ourselves apart from other buildings in the area? The work presented in this portfolio is a representation of the designs completed during a two-week period for an initial meeting with the client. Financial District skyline - what do we build next?


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Scheme A - ‘Strands’ Using a simple grid system that divided the site into nine vertical strands, a very logical and cost effective system of creating units could be implemented with easy calculations of sell-able square footage. In addition, these strands aided the design in emphasizing vertical growth, which embraced the slenderness ratio that the small site demanded.


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47th Floor = 1270 SQFT, One 2-bedroom only

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Scheme B - ‘Panoramic’ The site is located at the very northern edge of the financial district and therefore can take advantage of unobstructed views towards uptown and to the river on either side of Manhattan. By creating a unique and more organic footprint for each floor of the tower, variety in view and program can be achieved. The overall stacking nature of these footprints then allow for a genre of building that has yet to be realized in New York City, providing identity to this neglected site and its immediate surroundings.


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MADINAH HOTEL PROPOSAL /CLIENT Private /LOCATION Private /OFFICE RAFT Architects /ROLE Designer In collaboration with our partners, MH Architects in Dubai, our team put together a number of proposals for potential hotels that engaged the surrounding context while taking into account specific climatic and religious factors that are indigenous to the city. The schematic design proposal submitted contained general square footage calculations and layout for the desired number of hotel keys as well as necessary program to support the hotel’s status. In addition, multiple facade options were explored to provide enough privacy to the hotel’s clients while also giving the hotel an iconic look to contend with the city’s other architectural features.


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OPTION 1 BATHEL AL-KHAIR, MADINAH HOTEL - 2014.10.20


92 HOTEL ROOMS RETAIL SERVICED APARTMENTS AMENITIES BACK OF HOUSE CORE / CIRCULATION

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FACADE CONCEPT 1

The proximity of the hotel to The Grand Mosque is of primary importance in the design of this facade and is also integral to the planning of the interior. By rotating each room module towards the east, each and every guest will have a direct view towards the mosque from their hotel room. This move also has the effect of creating a highly textured facade and as a result the entire building gestures towards the mosque. The solid surfaces of the facade are treated with perforations much like a Mashribiya but imagine with a more abstract geometry.

Option 1 Facade Concept

The proximity of the hotel to The Grand Mosque is of primary importance in the design of this facade and is also integral to the planning of the interior. By rotating each room module towards the East, each and every guest will have a direct view towards the mosque from their hotel room. This move also has the effect of creating a highly textured facade and as a result the entire building gestures towards the mosque. The solid surfaces of the facade are treated with perforations much like a Mashrabiya but imagined with a more loose and abstract geometry.

MINARETS

Traditional Stone Mashrabiya

Modern Stone Mashrabiya

ANGLED HOTEL ROOMS PROVIDE INDIVIDUAL VIEWS DIRECTED TOWARDS THE MOSQUE AND MINARETS

OPTION 1 BATHEL AL-KHAIR, MADINAH HOTEL - 2014.10.20

FACADE CONCEPT 2

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OPTION 1 - Concept

We have adapted the rigid geometry of the building’s planning and structural module into an ornamental and sinuous facade geometry, one that is evocative of traditional Islamic geometry. This strategy involves crafting a carved and highly articulated geometry not only in elevation but three-dimensionally to create a sculptural quality found in examples of great Islamic architecture. The cornice of the building has been sculpted to evoke traditional details found in Hijazi architecture and the colonnade of the building’s base has been interpreted as a series of Islamic-inspired arches. BATHEL AL-KHAIR, MADINAH HOTEL - 2014.10.20

n 3 Facade Concept

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FACADE CONCEPT 3

Similarly to concept 2, the facade is subdivided using a geometrical transformation of the building’s OPTION 3 - CONCEPT structural and planning module. In this case, however, we are using an existing and widely used Islamic pattern, which then turned into a three-dimensional sculptural texture on the building’s facade. This particular pattern offers a variation of window shapes on the interior, a horizontal type and a vertical type. To add a degree of complexity the size of the window diminishes from top to bottom creating more expansive views for guests on the upper levels and more privacy to guests closer to street level. n 2 Facade Concept BATHEL AL-KHAIR, MADINAH HOTEL - 2014.10.20

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BASTROP CHILDREN’S ADVOCACY CENTER /CLIENT Bastrop Children’s Advocacy Center /LOCATION Bastrop, TX /OFFICE MFArchitecture /ROLE Volunteer Designer In light of the devastating wildfires in Bastrop County in 2011, said to be the most destructive wildfire in Texas history, a slow current of re-building has become prominent in the area. Along with efforts to repair damage from the fires, other community projects have come to the attention of the county, including that of expanding the Bastrop Children’s Advocacy Center (BCAC), a non-profit therapy and rehabilitation center for children who have been victims to sexual or physical abuse. Currently located in an old, dilapidated house, MF Architecture chose to provide design proposal services for free so that the BCAC could use the proposal to generate fundraising for a newer facility.


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ACCESS + PARKING

ZONE + ENTRANCE

OUTDOOR + SPACE

SCREEN + PROTECT

EXISTING PARKING

PROPOSED PARKING

EXISTING MOVEMENT + USER RELATIONSHIPS

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‘HARVEST’ /COMPETITION Fairy Tales 2015 /SPONSOR The Blank Space Project /TEAM Charleen Chae + Maggie Graham `The fairy tale and accompanying illustrations on the next page tell of a world in the future, when farmland has become exhausted of its nutrients and cities must yield their urban footprints in order to continue feeding the ever-growing populations. City and agricultural life exists side by side, crop production as much of a part of everyday life as the towering buildings above.


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“HARVEST” Corn, Wheat. As far as the eye can see. The cities glow gold at sunrise and sunset. Their skylines sway gently in the breeze. Look how beautiful the world has become. The Earth will never go hungry again. ---------------------Agricity [ag-ri-sit-ee] n., pl. agricities An urban setting that integrates mass agriculture into its fabric There was a time when the earth’s rural farming lands, exhausted by their constant duty to provide nutrient to our food, began to weaken and the supply was running out. The world’s population was growing, urban boundaries were expanding, and every day, more people needed to be fed. No longer could the dwindling farmland provide abundant food, so the people devised a plan to restore balance to the world They nurtured what remained of the farmland and allowed it to seep into the city itself. Thus, the Agricity was born. Before the Agricity, people used to walk on what they called streets – hundreds of thousands of miles of tar, asphalt and concrete that covered every inch of the city, smothering the healthy soil beneath – a concept unimaginable to us

today. Why walk on the soil when you can grow food in it? In an Agricity, what’s existing continues to allow the same daily functions, but with a new, raised infrastructure. Buildings remain standing while in the spaces between, crop is sown and grown. Only absolutely necessary land is given to new construction in order to maximize crop production. The farm has infiltrated the city and rooted itself into the daily urban environment, filling once barren gaps with stronger purpose and life, every last square foot used for crop production and prosperity. Endless crop, tall and strong, fades deep into the horizon. People maneuver through the labyrinth, traveling along elevated citypaths amidst a network of funiculars, ruffling the edges of the crop as they zoom by. Everyone conducts their daily lives at tens of feet above grade, surrounded by the feathery tips of wheat and corn that sway gently in the passing breeze. Children playing along the paths strain to reach through the openings in the side rail to skim the nearby stalks with their fingertips. Passersby wave to the Caretakers, strong and tan from the sun, who grasp the strong stalks at various heights as they pluck the ripened produce and toss it over their heads into the baskets strapped to their backs. Below the citypaths lies another world. The underbelly of the city reveals a maze of stalks as robust as tree trunks growing high up into the sky, passing the people on the citypaths to reach the sun’s nurturing rays. The daylight streams through the gaps in the thicket to reveal hundreds of Caretakers in the midst of the crop, working to nurture it and deliver it to the city’s people. Caretakers are zealously devoted to the movement, coming near and far from a medley of backgrounds, but possessing the same convictions. Some are born into generations of Caretakers with the concept of the Agricity woven into their way of life; others come from the disappearing rural towns surrounding them as they join the movement towards a better, more beautiful future. They rise before dawn every morning and make their way down to the city’s terrain where they divide themselves into tasks for the day – nurturing the soil, climbing the


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that the Earth had to offer. On this day, the people celebrate the success of the Agricity model, and give thanks to the Caretakers for their work in nourishing the people.

Witnessing the growth of the crop is a joy to all of the city’s people. Whether from the ground below or the web of citypaths and funiculars above, watching the cycle of newly sown seeds in freshly turned earth sprout into its first leaves and quickly mature into flourishing stalks towering high above the daily walks of life are all part of an Agricity’s identity and charm. Observing this rhythm of nature gives great pride to the people of an Agricity, an evolving exhibit of their success and well-being, nurtured by its people and conceived by the city itself.

The city celebrates long into the night, feasts upon its yields, and toasts to a growing prosperity. And finally, as the sun of the new day rises, there is the final ceremonious event of The Festival. Balloons filled with seeds and bountiful fertilizer are handed out to the excited crowd, ready to be released from their eager grips into the morning sky. They will float across the Agricity, eventually bursting and scattering themselves throughout the crop. The people hold their balloon strings up high, the colorful tops filling the city square, and the square goes quiet as the mayor reads the harvest blessing:

In the depths of the lush crop at the city’s center lies the celebration square; a perfectly smooth, man-made square. It is the single clearing in the brush, the only open space in the dense forest of stalks. At any time, the city’s people can descend onto the square and marvel at the sheer magnificence and scale of the crop towering above them. They can appreciate what they have worked hard together to create so that their families may live in a better world.

On the eve of a new year, May we bless every seed, every nurturing hand, Those which have a profound place in our hearts. May we continue to evolve and learn from our journeys. With everyone’s continued perseverance, Our city will only thrive and grow. Let your balloons fly far and wide, And may they bring us eternal happiness.

The Harvest Festival is everyone’s favorite event of the year. Early in the morning, thousands flood into the square, alighting from the citypaths to partake in the festival. Caretakers, children, mothers and fathers, young men and women all congregate to celebrate the bountiful years past and the many more to come. The Mayor reads the city anthem for a fruitful coming year of abundant crop, following with a welcome presentation for the new class of Caretakers; a class of strong, youthful men and women who have just graduated from training school, have demonstrated a strong commitment to the Agricity, and possess the nurturing quality necessary to carefully hone the crop to its prime. This is also a time for everyone to remember the struggles past, when misuse and over-development wasted away the bountiful gifts


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‘PENDULUS’ /COMPETITION RE-BALL! /SPONSOR The Dupont Underground /TEAM Charleen Chae + Maggie Graham RE-BALL! was a competition held to re-purpose the plastic balls used in laser year’s ‘The Beach’ installation by Snarkitecture at the National Building Museum. The Underground is an infrequently used tunnel beneath the Dupont Circle in Washington, D.C. that was previously a streetcar station. The challenge was to bring art, culture, and public attention to the space by using the plastic balls as part of a creative and sensory experience. The intent of PENDULUS is to create a labryinth-like experience where visitors can immerse themselves and engage freely with the installation. Suspended by a grid of PVC pipes above, netted sacks sway gently as visitors move between them. Within each sack are LED-lit balls that illuminate their surroundings, providing glowing, firefly-like points of light that are scattered throughout the tunnel. Though lightweight, the large quantities of balls cause the sacks to expand into a teardrop -shaped form, which vary in diameter as well as height so as to create a gradient of presence within the space and to allow for glimpses of visibility between people. With over 600 sacks occupying the tunnel, visitors must nudge their way in between them to make their way through the tunnel. As they do so, their movements cause a rippling effect through their vicinity as they nudge adjacent sacks and those in turn, push those around them. Hanging as low as 2ft above the ground and starting as high as 7 ft, the sack density allows for only occasional glimpses of feet and upper bodies of other partakers. The presence of other people can be seen by the oscillating, pendulum-like movements of nearby sacks. The scale of the installation leaves visitors no choice but to enter the thicket, guaranteeing that the design is experienced, and not simply viewed. The experience of traveling through these suspended forms is intended to encourage a multitude of emotional and sensual experiences including surprise, intrigue and joy. In small clearings scattered throughout, netted therapy swings hang from the ceiling, giving the opportunity to climb in and become a part of the gentle swaying movements that are occurring around them. Fabrication would consist of lightweight materials including PVC pipe, netting fabric, polypropylene cord, and the provided balls. The structure provides an advantage in both the fabrication and installation processes, as it can be prepared off-site and then easily assembled with minor hardware. The density of the installation and textured nature of the net material fills the linear void of the tunnel with the illusion of a weighted mass, challenging the visitor to enter with swimming-like motions. The entire installation floats in the center of the space, touching neither the floor or the walls, and is terminated by acrylic mirrored surfaces, suggesting that the grid of sacks continues on, multiplying the glow of the lights created by the embedded LEDs. Simple and minimal attachments are used to secure the installation to the ceiling.


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PENDULUS utilizes the movement of the underground to guide visitors through a dense path of suspended netted sacks shaped by the mass of reused plastic balls within to create an impulsive journey throughout the space. Though lightweight, these plastic balls expand the sacks into a teardropshaped form, which when placed in a dense grid creates tight spaces between their counterparts at their widest points. The visitor must push their way through the space and weave in and out between the many sacks to make their way through the length of the installation. Gathering the translucent balls into these hanging masses clouds their natural translucency even further, enhancing the curiosity of what is beyond. LEDlit balls are buried within the sacks sporadically illuminating the clusters as they sway gently around you. Both the translucent balls and open weave netting suggest a sense a visual clarity, but when multiplied so densely in a narrow space, create a nearly opaque network through which the visitors can allow themselves to immerse fully into the experience. The scale and extents of the installation leave visitors no choice but to enter the thicket, guaranteeing that the design is experienced, and not simply viewed. The pendulum-like sacks are suspended at varying heights, almost completely obscuring the eld of vision so that the presence of other visitors can only be preceded by the ripple of moving sacks. Hanging as low as a couple of feet above the ground, only moving feet and tops of heads may be perceptible from the outskirts of the installation. The mazelike experience of traveling through these suspended forms is intended to encourage a multitude of emotional and sensual experiences including surprise, wonder and joy. In small clearings scattered throughout, netted therapy swings hang from the ceiling, giving the visitor the opportunity to climb in and become a part of the masses that make up this dense environment. The entirety of the installation is constructed by commonly used, lightweight materials: PVC pipe, netting fabric, polypropylene cord, and the Re-ball! translucent plastic balls. The structure provides an advantage in both the fabrication and installation processes, as it is easy to put together and dismantle. While consisting of lightweight materials, the design provides a contrasting visual experience with a seemingly oating white PVC grid that denes the space and provides structure for the hanging sacks and swings below. The density of the installation and textured nature of the net material lls the linear void of the tunnel with the illusion of a weighted mass, challenging the visitor to enter with swimming-like motions. The entire installation oats in the center space, touching neither the oor or the walls. Simple and minimal attachments are used to secure materials to the ceiling. The 260-foot long installation is terminated by acrylic mirrored surfaces, suggesting that the thicket of sacks continues on, multiplying the twinkle of the lights created by the embedded LEDs. In an oppressive, dark, and un-occupied space, the lightweight and mobile nature of PENDULUS provides a stark contrast to what one expects from an underground passage.

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8 TIE THE REMAINING END OF EACH SACK CORD TO THE INTERSECTIONS OF THE PVC GRID ABOVE

5 ATTACH PVC GRID TO CEILING SCREW EYE ANCHORS WITH WIRE ROPE

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This project was featured in the London Evening Standard on April 4, 2013 as part of an article detailing the competition

VAUXHALL TRANSIT STRATEGY /COMPETITION Vauxhall: the Missing Link, by RIBA awarded Highly Commended /SCHOOL The University of Texas at Austin /STUDIO Advanced Studio /PROFESSOR Simon Atkinson /TEAM Charleen Chae + Julie Huynh + Drew Finke Vauxhall is on the move! And so are the thousands of people who pass through its bus, train and ferry terminals every day. People have to navigate through a confusing gyratory of transit options, and whereas Vauxhall was once known for its complex pleasure garden, it is now characterized by its winding network of streets and train tracks. In our vision for this area, streets, paths and stations have been streamlined into a more sinuous network. The congestion of rail at Waterloo Station is alleviated by expanding the existing Vauxhall Station, and relocating St. George’s Wharf to the open riverfront boardwalk area that includes a marina community. The rail, which was once a barrier between east-west, now plays host to soaring sculptural bands that help to animate the area and articulate pedestrian thoroughfares between Spring Gardens and the new Vauxhall Harbor, providing a constant connection between both leisure, neighborhood, east and west.


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Riverfront park and boardwalk

Vauxhall ferry stop New Vauxhall pleasure gardens

Community gardens

Transit coils: rain cover lighting transit location identity gateway aesthetic uplift


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Train route Bus route Ferry route Ferry stop

circulation network: before masterplan intervention

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SIMON AND EMILY the Urban Family: Simon spends his Saturday afternoons in the park teaching his daughter Emily how to play tennis. Throughout the week, they also like to tend to the family’s vegetables at the community garden in New Spring Gardens.

THOMAS the Houseboater: Thomas lives in a quirky houseboat, moored in the new Vauxhall Harbor. He loves the festive, vibrant atmosphere of the boardwalk and the gentle rocking of the river. To go to work, he just hops on the ferry, twenty steps from his home deck.

MADELEINE the Shopkeeper: Madeleine owns and works at a boutique in one of the arches that has a view of the harbor. She rides her bike down the riverfront boardwalk every morning to get to work, stopping at the arch next door for a coffee and a bagel.

ANDREA the University Student: Andrea lives in student housing across from the New Spring Gardens, next to all the new retail in the arches, green leisure space, and only a five minute walk to the station so that she can commute to Imperial College where she studies mathematics.

MATTHEW the Commuter: Matthew arrives at Vauxhall Station to work in one of the new office towers after taking the train form his home in Wimbledon. He loves having access to trains, buses, Barclays bicycles and Car2Go rentals all in one convenient location.


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URBAN TRAIN PAVILION /SCHOOL The University of Texas at Austin in Paris /STUDIO Advanced Studio /PROFESSOR Simon Atkinson Euston Station is the main station connecting London to several important destinations including Birmingham, Manchester, Liverpool, and Glasgow. It is serviced by four commuter networks, but integrating four new high-speed trains requires thorough consideration for converting into a more advanced transportation hub. The current station yearns for a new identity to distance itself from its current 1970s attire. The proposed “URBAN TRAIN PAVILION” acts as a display case to the adjacent street frontages, its focal point directed along Euston road where commuters often merge with travelers from neighboring stations - the famous St. Pancras Station and King’s Cross Station. The form situates itself within the context of the site where three existing office towers are located, but particularly unique is the presence of a sunken plaza. The plaza ramps below ground, providing access to the Euston Underground station and shopping area while simultaneously establishing a strong sense of place separate from the bustle of the street. For people travelling to and from Euston Station, elevators and escalators at the end of the great hall bring users up to the “sorting level,” which allocates concourse program in the center and distributes circulation along its perimeter. The sorting level grants equal access to each platform in the station, initiating the start of a new journey. View from sorting platform towards Euston Road


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Secondary plaza Existing Office Tower Great entrance hall Infinity pool water feature Departure point to King’s Cross and St. Pancrass

Secondary plaza Existing Office Towers 1:20 Slope grass lawn New Euston Station bus stop

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Train ‘display cases’ to surrounding streets

Longitudinal Section

Light punctures

Retail distribution


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Massing diagrams


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TOWN LAKE SWIM CENTER /SCHOOL The University of Texas at Austin in Paris /STUDIO Design 6, “Sound Building� /PROFESSOR Danelle Briscoe A thin strip of land separates downtown Austin and the Town Lake edge - an interesting building opportunity. In order to preserve the existing park and trail that runs alongside the water, the swim center grows out of the street edge, arches over the land, and anchors itself into the lake. The primary purpose of the swim center is as an urban park and secondly as a fitness center. The park is a continuation of the plateau that downtown Austin rests on. The concrete band supports serve multiple functions: mechanical, passive solar, structural, water collection, and planting. The arcade-like form over the lake-side entrance jogging trail provides shade and casts a shadow over the facade to alleviate the sweltering Austin heat without compromising panoramic view s of the lake and dual visual transparency, integrating the well-known outdoor culture of Austin.


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Band ends by rooting into the ground as structure Works as a shading device to shade 60% of the facade 40% cross sectional area reduction used for HVAC duct space and to alleviate weight

Bands notch together to form a rigid frame structure

Multifunctional Strip Diagrams

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INDIVIDUAL SPRINT (sprint) Three laps of careful strategy between two opposing racers. The first to cross the finish line wins.

INDIVIDUAL PURSUIT (sprint) Two opposing racers start on opposite sides of the track. The winner is the racer who catches the other, or the first to finish 4km.

KIERIN (endurance + sprint) A pacer on a motorcycle leads the line of individual racers, gradually increasing speed. The last three and a half laps are a sprint to the finish.

Velodrome from London 2012 Olympics

Cote d’Azur line Pole line 1 Sprinter’s line

POINTS RACE (endurance) An individual event over 40km that results in a winner who accumulates the most sprint points, taken at every 10 laps.

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250m Velodrome Track Lines Chart OLYMPIC SPRINT (sprint) A team of three begins together, losing one member at the beginning of each lap. The last rider finishes the race alone.

CYCLING ANALYSIS + DATA MAPPING

TEAM PURSUIT (sprint) A four-rider team continuously moves through a sequence similar to a paceline. The rider in front moves up the bank of the incline and rejoins the team at the back of the line. Time is taken from the third rider across the finish line.

/SCHOOL The Unversity of Texas at Austin /STUDIO Design 5 /PROFESSOR Clay Shortall This studio was divided into a three-part analysis series centered around the theme of the velodrome, a worldwide cycling racetrack with complex geometric properties. Each student was assigned a topic related to a velodrome to explore. The topic studied for this project is that of cyclist movement, both in training and during the seven designated Olympic races. Through these exercises, a method of research is formulated and then applied to an imaginary site for a new velodrome complex.

MADISON (endurance) Teams of two take turns racing and resting throughout a 60-min race. Sprints are held every 20 laps and the winning team is determined by first, the number of sprint points accumulated, and then the number of laps completed. The two team members switch off by propelling the other foward with a hand sling.

Circulation dries program. This is an empty site by the river in Zilker Park, Austin, TX. By analyzing the difference sources of inhabitants, the source factors, a logical location for pieces of program can be determined. This done through a step-by-step process similar to that of the race mappings. This logic is then applied to the site as each piece of program is added in sequence of importance. The colors represent densities of people traffic from source factors. Once a program’s location is determined, it is then added to the list of factors that affect the next piece of program’s location. An additional layer, represented by the thick red line in the plans, shows the circulation between the pieces of program that so far have been placed onto the site. The purpose of this phase is NOT to create a building, but to present a solid discussion for the potential of this site to house a future velodrome complex as well as competitions. Each piece of program introduced into the mix generated a different internal form of circulation (the thick red line) due to changes that the circulation goes through, by mapping these changes, different movements create information that generates a research model which can be used to further determine the correct placement of program as well as the potential for the site as a velodrome host. Race lap structure comparisons


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Racing formations and positions

Individual Pursuit

Map of presence in Sprinter’s Lane

Training formation patterns

Individual Sprint

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Olympic Sprint

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+VELODROME

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+LOCKERS, HEALTHCARE, OFFICES, MULTIPURPOSE, AND ENTRY

+HEALTH CLUB AND CAFE

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PHASE 1: Each change in circulation is compared chronologically

PHASE 2: entry points (red dots) along the lines of circulation

PHASE 3: blue lines track the chronological movements of entry points

PHASE 5: lines in purple track how points of circulation are affected over time

PHASE 6: phases 4 and 5 compiled to see what has remained static

PHASE 7: surfaces are created by the lines from phase 5 to observe relationships

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PHASE 4: heights of entry points are highlighted by the green lines

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SKIN STUDY: THE PLATINE /SCHOOL The University of Texas at Austin, School of Architecture /COURSE Construction V /TEAM Charleen Chae + Drew Finke 1

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LIGHT APERTURE /SCHOOL The University of Texas at Austin /STUDIO Design 2 /PROFESSOR Elizabeth Danze Over a hundred modules, consisting of seven isosceles triangles each, are held in place by two adjoining layers of plexiglass. Light first enters the box through the larger modules, travels through a void in between two “sandwiches” of modules, and then filters through the mass of smaller modules. Because of the angled nature of each module, the light becomes further and further diffused as it travels through the aperture, creating kaleidoscopic patterns on the the box’s interior no matter the orientation of the box or light source.


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Process sunprints & final photos

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