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clayton k adkisson


resume

College of Architecture + Design Knoxville, Tennessee, USA

education:

DESIGN GPA: 3.75 | OVERALL GPA: 3.53 | graduated Cum Laude Virginia Polytechnic Institute [Virginia Tech] [2010]

Center for European Studies + Architecture [CESA] Riva San Vitale, Canton di Ticino, Switzerland Grand Tour: Drawing the Tuscan Landscape

[2007]

UTK Architecture, Summer Study Abroad Program Siena, Italy + various Italian hill towns Battle Ground Academy

['02-'06]

Franklin, Tennessee, USA

GPA: 3.83 | graduated Magna Cum Laude, with AP Credits DA | AD [Dryden Abernathy | Architecture Design]

[‘11-present]

Nashville, Tennessee, USA

intern architect working on projects in a variety of scales of: schematic design | design development | construction documents | construction administration DA | AD [Dryden Abernathy | Architecture Design]

awards:

work experience:

[2010]

Nashville, Tennessee, USA

summer internship designing for urban infill projects | schematic design + graphic design for architecture competition entries | furniture design + fabrication Design Innovations Architects

['07-'08]

Knoxville, Tennessee, USA

year-round + summer internship designing commercial + mixed use projects | field surveying + as-built drafting | mark-up + drawing review | office administration The Parent Company Construction, Inc.

[2007]

Brentwood, Tennessee, USA

summer assistant field engineer responsible for gps locating building structure + elevation layout | general field surveying Flow Construction Company

[2004]

Brentwood, Tennessee, USA

summer construction laborer responsible for jobsite maintenance ACSA International Design Competition

[2009]

American Collegiate Schools of Architecture Preservation as Provocation: Re-Thinking Kahn’s Salk honorable mention, Into the Light:(re)Discovery at The Salk AIA Mid-TN Sustainable Design Competition

[2009]

American Institute of Architects, Middle Tennessee + Nashville Civic Design Center Student Competition

exhibits:

winner, (un)Sustainable Exposure in Downtown Nashville

academic:

resume

University of Tennessee ['06-'11]

Mass-Public Space-Response [2010]

Universitat der Kunste Berlin [Berlin, Germany] | CESA Center [Riva San Vitale, Switzerland] | Virginia Tech, Cowgill Hall [Blacksburg, Virginia] group installation project, Obstructing Alexanderplatz Nashville Civic Design Center

['10-'11]

Nashville, Tennessee, USA

design project, Public Art-Private Space:Arts Consortium Hotel design project,(un)Sustainable Exposure in Downtown Nashville UT Zero Energy House

[2009]

College of Architecture + Design, UTK

student worker designing + constructing the UTzero--a net zero energy house module used as a prerequisite for entry into the 2011 US Solar Decathlon Digital Fabrication Lab

[2009]

College of Architecture + Design, UTK

student worker programming + maintaining CNC mills and laser CAMs

[location:] 4802 Kentucky Avenue : Nashville, TN : 37209


T.K. Davis, Associate Professor

[2013]

William Martella, Associate Professor

[2013]

invited juror for the midterm presentation of a micro-housing project sited in the Nashville metropolitan area UTK 3rd Year Architecture Studio invited juror for the final semester presentation of a ecology refuge / tourist hub in Charleston, South Carolina Georgia Tech 1st Year Architecture Studio

Andrew Ruff, Adjunct Faculty

invited juror for the midterm presentation of a design + build folley on the Georgia Tech campus Arc121 + Arc122: Visual Perception and Composition

['10-'11]

College of Architecture + Design, UTK

teaching assistant as one of five students from the entire college chosen to teach visual composition and representation to all 1st year students

The Compendium of Poetic Machines Volume 1 [2011]

Author: Ted Shelton | Published: January, 2011 Project number 1, ...In My Darkest Hour

Author: UTK College of Architecture + Design

scholarships:

[‘06-’11] [‘06-’11] [‘07-’11] [‘07-’10] [2010] [2009] [2006] [2005]

Tennessee Lottery HOPE Scholarship UT Volunteer Scholarship Alvin G. + Sally M. Beaman Scholarship Phi Gamma Delta Lincoln Fund Scholarship Zukerman Award SSOE International Travel Scholarship ACE Ed M. Rogers Memorial Scholarship ACE Middle Tennessee Chapter Scholarship

assoc:

CURRENT [‘09-’10]

['13-pres] [‘12-pres] ['07-'11] ['08-'11] ['07-'10] ['07-'11] ['07-'11]

Nashville Civic Design Center, Member Intern Development Program American Institute of Architecture Students [AIAS] Construction Specifications Institute [CSI] Dean’s Student Advisory Board, UTK CoAD Peer Mentor for Incoming Students, UTK CoAD Phi Gamma Delta, Kappa Tau Chapter

skills:

press:

instruction:

UTK Summer Urban Design Studio [2013]

very proficient proficient very proficient novice very proficient very proficient very proficient proficient proficient

ArchiCad Revit, Architecture and MEP versions Autocad, Drafting and Architecture versions Rhinoceros Artlantis Sketch-up Adobe Creative Suite, Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign Mac OS I-Work package Microsoft Office package drawing, digital collage, montage, writing, fabrication

interests:

strengths:

road / trail backcountry road/ team regional hunt study use

student project, Into the Light:(re)Discovery at The Salk student project, (un)Sustainable Exposure in Downtown Nashville

distance running snowboarding cycling cooking waterfowl cinema space

[electronic mail:] clay.k.adkisson [at] gmail.com

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References upon request


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(un)Sustainable Exposure in Downtown Nashville

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Intra V. Inter: The Bordertown Dilemma

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Into the Light: (re)Discovery at The Salk

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In My Darkest Hour: A Poetic Machine

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Public Art - Private Space: An Arts Consortium Hotel --

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Undergraduate Thesis

Architectural Alchemy: An Allegory of Opportunity

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-Design Competitions

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Professional Work --

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Sketchbook

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Teaching


[ (un)Sustainable Exposure in Downtown Nashville ] *winning entry for 2009 AIA Middle TN Sustainable Design Student Competition


advisor: year: time: size: location:

Ted Shelton 4th year, Fall Semester 12 weeks 92,000 square feet Nashville, TN, USA


This project is about exposing new urban OPPORTUNITIES in a growing downtown neighborhood. The adgenda intends to catalyze ‘sustainable’ building practices in metropolitan Nashville by proposing a didactic resource center in the up-and-coming SoBro neighborhood. This center includes some 30,000 sf of not-for-profit sustainable education programs, including: + advertising gallery for sustainable materials + office space for the USGBC, Nashville Chapter + sustainable construction resource library + studio for the Nashville Civic Design Center The design intends to expose ‘sustainability,’ most significantly, by being completely un-sustainable. Sustainability denotates endurance, staticism, and existence--it is my intention this building accomplishes none of these things. This building is intended to be versatile, changable, and temporary. Because ‘sustainability’ should be more than just a contemporary marketing ploy, I am more concerned with how this building will exist in the future. Void of becoming the proverbial 1950’s ‘ranch house’ of the next generation, this facility is designed to be easily disassembled and carted off-site at the end of its useful life, making room for new building opportunities in a then-developed (future) urban condition. The design works within the tight restrictions of standard, modular building materials (except its MEP and PV systems) to facilitate its deconstruction. All its connections (except foundation slabs and masonry mortar joints) are bolted, making them quickly removable. Materials are further sized to insure maximum spatial dimensions for this facility, while still retaining their ability to fit on standard, 53’ US tractor trailors.


site plan

A tall glass ‘PRIVATE’ bar creates the North edge for the site, utilizing the consistency of northern light and the added height needed to see out over downtown; a short glass ‘PUBLIC’ bar engages the ‘Ave. of Sciences,’ pushing up to its sidewalk to catalyze movement through the ground level’s consumer amenities, into the park space.

It further hopes to take advantage of the ‘typical’ urban block, utilizing the suggested height of a ‘downtown building’ as an opportunity to add additional high-rent program overlooking the Nashville skyline.

On the ground, the ‘open’ threshold connecting the busy ‘Ave. of Sciences’ and the interior courtyard offers tremendous opportunity for the addition of programmable retail shops.

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level 1- (street level)- auditorium / market+cafe/ bike shop

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[+] The design hopes to expose its sustainable building systems didactically, exhibiting how they work, for the user. These systems are organized by hierarchy within 3 categories : + moving systems + building systems + mechanical systems This project also meets the following criteria, according to construction and zoning requirements for Nashville: + type (heavy + A-1, + LEED

IV construction timber beams with steel columns) B, E, M occupancies Platinum certification (96 points)


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level 3- Community Design Center / Library

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[+] The MOVING SYSTEMS include circulation like the glass stair towers, set at the short end of each wing, and the concrete elevator core in the intersection of the two wings. These objects exist independently from the building’s timber structure as the exposed ‘bearing walls’ of each wing. The MECHANICAL SYSTEMS include the HVAC, electrical, and plumbing components. Individual Heat Pumps on each level and Heat Recovery Ventilators on the roof allow independent temperature control for each level of each building wing, taking into account NorthSouth and East-West temperature variations due to the seasonal elevation of the sun path.


level 2- reflected ceiling plan

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The BUILDING SYSTEMS include the levels of building structure. The ‘bones’ of the building are galvanized steel columns, supporting a 2-way system of double-cantilevered glulam beams. The ‘flesh’ consists of individual pieces of dimensional lumber used as a screen for the exposed ceiling, and decking for the floor system. It also includes the interior perimeter curtain-operable glazing walls created from dimensional lumber and ‘low-e’ glass panels.

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section 1


scaffolding skin

The ‘skin’ is exposed through its exterior scaffolding system. As scaffolding rises around the structure during the construction process it is intentionally left behind after the building tops out, integrating itself into the exterior facade. This exoskeleton, if you will, offers a framework for exterior solar shading screens, as well as creates usable platform levels to accomodate easier building maintenance and cleaning.


solar ivy skin

Once the scaffolding facade is secure, a lattice of photovoltaic cells (known as Solar Ivy) can be afixed to the entire building perimeter, offering full solar shading, while simultaneously generating photovoltaic energy for the building.


elevation a


HVAC system

In turn, each wing’s HVAC systems gather in a glass return case on each level, intended to visually expose the system’s advanced energysaving components to the user. Further, projected on these cases are real-time LCD energy graphs, exposing the occupant to the reality of their energy consumption.


section 2


[ Intra V. Inter: The Bordertown Dilemma ]


advisor: year: time: size: location:

Margarita McGrath 4th year, Spring Semester 8 weeks 167,640+ square meters Chiasso, Switzerland


Chiasso, Switzerland is a bordertown. It is quiet, it is faceless,and it is unassuming. Only two things move here: goods and money. Given the overwhelming presence of goods trafficking here, how can we unite the two to create a new, bustling, changing environment that resists the civic ennui this decaying neighborhood currently seems to exude? Programming its emptiness-- the gaping asphalt void which separates the Swiss side from the Italian side, this project intends to create civic opportunity on a regional scale . Because of its superior Swiss rail and financial infrastructure, Chiasso is a crucial transfer point for goods moving North-South through Europe: if it can be moved via truck or train, chances are it moves through Chiasso. For this reason, historically, Chiasso has not needed to develop into anything but a logistics hub, however, as the blanket of EU homogenization continues to encroatch dangerously on Switzerland’s borders, the solidarity of Swiss Identity begins to disappear. Therefore, a definitive ‘border’ must evolve that visually reestablishes Swiss boundaries by creating opportunities out of the infrasturcture that already works so well there. The goal is to create a ‘traveling mega-mall:’ something that exists on a regional scale, but uses the resources of both sides to make a duallybeneficial center for retail, industry, and the arts-- as well as provide necessary storage for the endless floods of shipping containers changing hands here daily (approx. 10,000 per month). Part logisitics, part civic, and all national-- this project hopes to create a dually authentic identity out of a ‘communal’ border.


CHIASSO, CH

COMO, IT

Intensifying the two primary shipping connections-the truck (northside) and the train (southside), this proposal creates a conveyor belt-like loop to efficiently move goods from the Italian highways to the Swiss train lines.


MENDRISIO, CH

CHIASSO, CH

CHIASSO, IT

COMO, IT

The intstitution of a streamlined Customs depot/loading bay at the north edge of the site, hopes to increase turnaround efficency for transfering these containers from the truck lanes to train yard. Eliminating the need to drive across town to the rail yard to load/ unload train containers, now trucks can pull alongside the platform to hoist their cargo up onto the conveyor belt.


site perspective

As the goods that are transported from Italian trucks (north) onto Swiss trains (south) roll along the conveyor line they can be ‘picked up’ by a series of lifts stationed throughout the site, and placed in a number of large, openweb super-structures for temporary storage.

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Simultaneously, certain containerspreconfigured to be independent shops, restaurants, or galleries--can also be picked up by the machines, and arranged on-site to create an interesting conglomeration of civic spaces within the ever-changing spatial landscape of these large super-structures.

top deck: shopping configuration

bottom deck: gallery configuration


site plan

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THE TRAIN The rail lines enter the city from the Swiss-side, to the West. Comprised of 2 entering tracks of SBB passenger lines and 4 entering tracks of commercial/ industrial shipping lines, making Chiasso a substantial transit hub. Containers are loaded/ unloaded here--via gantry crane--and lowered onto the container conveyor belt.

THE TRUCK The inter-national interstate highway (located to the north) provides the most crucial transportation artery for Chiasso. Its four intercity lanes are usually packed bumper-to-bumper with idling transport trucks waiting to pull-off the highway in Chiasso to go through International Customs.

THE LIFT The collection of hydraulic lifts scattered throughout this vast landscape allow the superstructures to, literally, build themselves. These cranes, running on linear tracks, zip from the urban edges of the site all the way into the center landscape, using their telescopic arms to pick up container units and place them in their predestined positions within the superstructure.


levels elevating to desired height

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Thus, these habitable ‘buildings’ are ultimately reduced to machines themselves-- creating a motionful variety of civic and spatial conditions, which animate the user as much as they glorify the shipping process, itself.

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[ Into the Light: (re)Discovery at The Salk ] *honorable mention for 2009 ACSA Preservation as Provocation Competition


advisor: year: time: size: location:

William Martella 3rd year, Spring Semester 12 weeks 130,000 square feet La Jolla, CA, USA


How is it we can preserve the empirical narrative of Louis Kahn’s design, while engaging the existing with the new to make the notion of discovery at the Salk Institute even more provocative? The brief calls for additions to the Salk campus similar to Kahn’s original masterplan-- a community/ conference center and hotel/apartments for visiting scientists; however, three more additional laboratory wings are included in the brief, aside from the two built by Anshen+Allen in 1996. To create this masterplan, the scheme reclaims Kahn’s main element--the central axis of procession--and extrudes it to the Eastern perimeter of the site, as an ordering device for the new laboratory, community center/hotel, and also the underground additions. Beginning the experience underground at the eastern border of the site, one moves through the entirety of the campus buildings in a Rationalist sequence of archetypical procession, starting the journey in the pits of darkness (eastside, underground) and ultimately ascending into the light (westside, courtyard). The programmatic components are organized along this path according to four points in the Empirical discovery process: RUMINATION, EVALUATION, REFLECTION, and REVELATION. ‘Rumination’ includes the eastern perimeter areas, specifically the new laboratories, community center/hotel, and underground museum path. ‘Evaluation’ includes excavating and expanding the area underneath the Anshen+Allen additions. ‘Reflection’ consists of the space where one breaks through the ground plane, and starts moving slowly up through the daylight, from underground. ‘Revelation’ takes place in Kahn’s subliminal courtyard, looking forward to the infinite horizon. Light and darkness govern all the design decisions in this project. In the new (above-ground) construction translucent concrete panels enclose the envelop of each building, with the only direct glazing reserved for the balcony decks of the laboratory and community center, which stare across the main ‘axis of procession’ at each other. The floor and ceilings in these spaces are sleek, even planes of light. The ‘ceiling’ is made of continuous translucent glass panels to hide all the lighting and mechanical systems. The underground procession, museum cells, and parking garage are created from thick, dark cast-in-place concrete, where light and air enter at specific moments in the sequence.


grade level plan

grade level: site entry + circulation path

below grade: procession of underground p a t h s , leading up in to eucalyptus grove

grade level: procession through ground plane, in to eucalyptus grove (orange)

grade level: v e r t i c a l circulation (yellow) + lawn access (red)

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level 3: laboratory balcony

level 2: community center

level 3: community center

level 2: laboratory

level 3: laboratory


site plan

Kahn’s line of experience--flat

new line of experience--dynamic

extension of experiential axis through entirity of site, bringing it east back to the highway (edge of site)

procession is influenced by 4 phases of empirical discovery

site section: symbolic experience from dark (left), rising through ground plane, into the light of Kahn’s subliminal courtyard

(right)


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[+] level 3: laboratory office

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[+] level 2: laboratory floor

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all levels: Litracon translucent concrete


[ In My Darkest Hour: A Poetic Machine ]


advisor: year: time: size: location:

Ted Shelton 4th year, Fall Semester 12 weeks 150 square feet n/a


...In My Darkest Hour

is a grieving machine; its purpose is to use mechanization as it is intended: as a means to an end. The “means” here uses the machine as a vehicle to facilitate the transmission of grief, and the “ends” is the culmination of peace and solace. This machine manifests its means in an acoustical chamber, using simple reverberation technology to create ‘a cathedral within a closet.’ It is my intention to place this machine in a hospital, unassumingly in plain sight, to be activated by those visitors who wish to grapple with their grief for those loved ones dying within its walls.


a cathedral. . .

. . . in a closet

floor plan: acoustic symbology


Plan: 1/4

Section ~ Acoustic Chamber

...In My Darkest Hour


[ Public Art - Private Space: An Arts Consortium Hotel ]


advisor: year: time: size: location:

T.K. Davis 5th year, Fall Semester 12 weeks 248,000 square feet Nashville, TN, USA


Nashville

is emerging with artistic conscience.

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new,

As Music City continues to grow into the home for creative patrons of all likes, a growing interest in civic art, community space, and pedestrianfriendly urban planning, is beginning to develop. As this civic image grows, downtown is emerging as a more appealing travel destination for those tourists with a similar affinity for the arts and entertainment. Working to continue this image, the city has commissioned a new pedestrian park along the 1st Ave riverfront-- a major step to help establish the entirety of the riverfront sector of downtown as the major commercial and cultural spine of the city.

Responding to these conditions, this project hopes to activate the block of 2nd Ave + Church St, creating a zone in the heart of downtown that can link the commercial corridor of 2nd Ave with the park space of 1st Ave together, through an Arts Consortium Hotel.

Combining civic art with commercial retail, the public, street-level zone of this consortium mixes art gallery with fine dining, and various rentable retail spaces. Transitioning the 22’ change in elevation between 1st Ave and 2nd Ave, a grand pedestrian stair punches through the length of the building, merging retail and gallery space along the way. The upper, private levels of the program contain a local art inspired boutique hotel. Rising out of the public gallery area below, a vast atrium gallery makes its way through the height of the building, offering generous daylighting and variable nooks suitable for guests to lounge and enjoy.


site plan

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context: (site shown in red) existing art houses, galleries, or museums

1st Ave perspective: showing civic stair and hotel entry / lobby

context: (site shown in red) existing hotels in downtown area

context: (site shown in red) major commercial / entertainment avenues


level 3: gallery

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plaza / spa

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perspective from 2nd Ave level of consortium


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perspective of hotel atrium

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level 7: typical hotel level


1st Ave side


section 1

2nd Ave side


section 2

Bank Alley

Church St


section 3

2nd Ave side

1st Ave side


[ Architectural Alchemy: An Allegory of Opportunity ]


advisor: year: time: size: location:

Tricia Stuth 5th year 12 weeks research, 12 weeks design 286,000 square feet Isla Maciel, Buenos Aires, Argentina


An opportunist is one who meets the wolf at the front door, and the next day emerges wearing a fur coat. * * * * This project tests a question: Is it possible that architecture can make opportunity out of inopportunity? Space making is a powerful institution, and it should be respected. Its intentions are deliberate, but deliberate does not always mean stated; some of the strongest convictions can be made through the most implicit satire. This project calls into question the latent possibility behind architecture’s presence in the real world. It speculates how we can actually construct good opportunities out of the bad situations in our built environment. Creating something both local and authentic, this tactic uses architecture as a vehicle to reform these detrimental conditions that affect our environment most deliberately by embracing them. Here, it test the potential to create truly democratic space from the guise of an oppressive textile factory in industrial Buenos Aires, Argentina. It zooms in on the decaying working-class neighborhood of greater La Boca, where a mammoth clothing factory intends to bring capitalism and production back to the cheap real estate along the banks of the overly-polluted Riachuelo River. Under the surface, however, this factory subverts the traditional programmatic division of architecture— inserting community space within the liminal crevices of a work place. The scheme hopes to create a factory that, at the same time it must exploit the labor of its workers, creates a facility that both improves the quality of the neighborhood and provides a democratic place to bond, learn, and improve one’s condition.


site plan

petrochemical area to south

aerial view- looking NW

men going to work

commercial side of La Boca

traditional La Boca housing aerial view of commerical side

favela side of La Boca El Caminito tourist area


southeast entry from favela


site concept

thread harnessing

thread making


shuttle weaving

product dying

section 1


level 3: thread path 1

3

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shuttle thread supply

beater area

spindle base + rotation cup

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threads running

key points B

thread path

turbine generator

harnesses splitting thread paths pollution inside turbine


section: thread turbine


fabric facade

fabric path

fabric shade screen


fabric walls fabric leaving dye room

section 2


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level 2: fabric creating facade

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fabric warehousing

finishing room

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shuttle threading room exhaust systems

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sewing room

cutting chamber


section a: pressing chamber


subversive functions

open community space

machine lockers closing


stadium seating unfolding

public access unfolding

section 3


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level 2: subversive = community

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2

loading / warehousing

basketball courts

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public use

B

secure equipment / open space

athletic stadium


section b: fusing chamber / public gala


[ Design Competitions ]


Can we use Architecture as a tactic? I see Architecture as a means rather than an end. Defying Architecture as an ‘object’--a product formed through divergent circumstances and contradictory programs, I want to test the validity of Architecture as a ‘vehicle:’ the driving force moving these pieces simultaneously along towards a common goal. In this view, the common goal is the end game, and what Architecture should hope to achieve. The entries herein test my interest in growing this architectural catalogue of moves. These projects explore the ‘big move’ as a space maker to elicit latent possibilities in contexts and bind diverse programmatic complexities together on a single path.


*Group Project w/ Caitlin Turski + Andy Ruff Submitted for AC_CA Competition, July 2012*

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[ Professional Work ]


all work is property of

2520 White Avenue | Nashville, Tn


front perspective

first floor plan

Kitch-A-Crib 2011: undisclosed location


rear perspective

Kitch-A-Crib undisclosed location: 2011

second floor plan


entry perspective

142’ - 6”

22’ - 10”

Master Bath 17’0 x 28’6

Master Closet 17’0 x 9’3 Pantry / Bar 26’4 x 8’0

34’ - 2” Porch 17’6 x 15’8

Living 32’0 x 21’0

Kitchen 32’0 x 15’0

Entry 24’0 x 8’8

Coat 16’0 x 4’6

4’6 x 10’0

4’6 x 10’0

4’6 x 10’0 Powder 6’6 x 4’6

Master 15’8 x 20’8

Bedroom 13’0 x 14’6

Bedroom 13’0 x 14’6

Bedroom 13’0 x 14’6

Closet 4’6 x 10’0

Closet 4’6 x 10’0

Closet 4’6 x 10’0

Dining 20’6 x 10’0 Mud Room 9’0 x 7’6

Closet 7’6 x 4’6

Laundry 7’6 x 13’3

72’ - 8”

98’ - 8”

Storage 11’2 x 9’8

WC 5’0 x 5’0

16’ - 4”

Office 16’4 x 9’3

Exercise 15’8 x 17’0

Closet 4’6 x 5’6

Bath 9’6 x 8’3 Screening Room 15’8 x 19’8

Guest Suite 16’6 x 14’8

Covered Porch 16’6 x 14’8 Closet 7’0 x 5’6

WC 5’6 x 5’0

Conditioned Main House: 4,966 s.f. Conditioned Auxiliary House: 1,326 s.f. Conditioned Total: 6,292 s.f.

first floor plan

8’ - 0” 101’ - 8”

Kelley Residence 2012: Belle Meade, TN


courtyard perspective

Roof Deck 33’4 x 27’8

Conditioned Main House: 4,966 s.f. Conditioned Auxiliary House: 1,326 s.f. Conditioned Total: 6,292 s.f.

Kelley Residence Belle Meade, TN: 2012

roof plan


WINDOW SCHEDULE

thin-cut natural stone veneer, TYP.

PRE-FINISHED METAL COPING, TYP.

UNILUX GLAZING SYSTEM, TYP.

+ 28'-10" TOP OF CHIMNEY

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2'-6" 12'-0" 7'-12" 11'-12" 2'-7" 12'-0" 16'-0" 11'-12" 7'-12" 6'-12" 8'-12" 11'-12" 8'-12" 8'-12" 11'-12" 15'-12" 8'-6" 9'-12" 8'-2" 8'-2" 8'-2" 8'-2" 2'-0"

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UNILUX GLAZING SYSTEM, TYP.

O

+ 16'-0" ROOF BEARING HEIGHT + 14'-0" TOP OF FINISH FLOOR

1X6 HARDWOOD SIDINGSTAIN-GRADE, TYP.

C2

+ 12'-0" ROOF BEARING HEIGHT

+ 12'-0" ROOF BEARING HEIGHT + 10'-0" ROOF BEARING HEIGHT

B1 D C1 G

METAL / CABLE HANDRAIL ASSEMBLYPRIMED + PAINTED, TYP.

C

Project:

SOLID WOOD DOORSTAIN-GRADE

F B

E

204 VAUGHN'S GAP ROAD | NASHVILLE, TN USA 37205

+ 2'-6" den - top of finish floor

thin-cut natural stone veneer, TYP.

+ 0'-0" TOP OF FINISH FLOOR

Address:

NEINKEN RESIDENCE

UNILUX SLIDING PANEL SYSTEM, TYP.

Project #:

A

13445

+ 0'-0" TOP OF FINISH FLOOR - 1'-6" garage - TOP OF FINISH FLOOR

- 5'-4" TOP OF FOOTING

Revisions:

- 5'-4" TOP OF FOOTING

Phase:

1

- Pricing Set Not for Construction

SOUTHEAST ELEVATION SCALE: 1/4"

=

1'-0"

0

2'

4'

8'

Date: 28 May 2013

ELEVATIONS

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entry perspective

Neinken Residence 2013: West Nashville, TN


2 A3.2

2 A3.1 WINDOW SCHEDULE

3 A2.1

22'-0"

5'-0"

3'-11"

SIZE

HEAD HEIGHT (AFF)

12'-0"x2'-6" 12'-0"x9'-6" 3'-8"x8'-0" 7'-10"x4'-0" 17'-0"x2'-7" 17'-0"x9'-7" 17'-0"x4'-0" 12'-0"x10'-0" 2'-0"x7'-0" 8'-0"x2'-0" 3'-4"x7'-0" 10'-0"x3'-0" 7'-0"x7'-0" 2'-6"x5'-6" 6'-0"x2'-0" 17'-4"x5'-10" 5'-0"x5'-0" 5'-0"x1'-6" 8'-0"x5'-6" 2'-6"x5'-6" 13'-0"x2'-0" 15'-6"x4'-0" 20'-0"x1'-10"

2'-6" 12'-0" 7'-12" 11'-12" 2'-7" 12'-0" 16'-0" 11'-12" 7'-12" 6'-12" 8'-12" 11'-12" 8'-12" 8'-12" 11'-12" 15'-12" 8'-6" 9'-12" 8'-2" 8'-2" 8'-2" 8'-2" 2'-0"

NOTES

4" 4'-1" 2'-6" 1'-9 1/2" 2'-3 1/2"

17'-11"

FROSTED GLASS

DOOR SCHEDULE

ID

A A1 B B1 C C1 C2 D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S

6'-6"

ID

WIDTH

HEIGHT

100 101 102 103 103 104 105 106 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 121 122 123 124 125 126 201 202 203 204 205 206 207 208 209 210

4'-0" 4'-0" 5'-0" 4'-5 1/2" 4'-6" 3'-0" 3'-0" 3'-0" 4'-0" 3'-0" 3'-0" 3'-0" 9'-0" 16'-0" 3'-0" 3'-0" 17'-0" 3'-0" 3'-0" 3'-0" 3'-0" 2'-6" 4'-0" 3'-0" 4'-0" 12'-0" 3'-0" 3'-0" 3'-0" 3'-0" 3'-0" 3'-0" 3'-0" 3'-0" 3'-0" 3'-0" 3'-0" 3'-0" 3'-0"

8'-0" 8'-0" 8'-0" 10'-0" 10'-0" 8'-0" 8'-0" 8'-0" 8'-0" 8'-0" 8'-0" 8'-0" 8'-0" 8'-0" 8'-0" 8'-0" 10'-0" 8'-0" 8'-0" 8'-0" 8'-0" 8'-0" 8'-0" 8'-0" 8'-0" 9'-0" 8'-0" 8'-0" 8'-0" 8'-0" 8'-0" 8'-0" 8'-0" 8'-0" 8'-0" 8'-0" 8'-0" 8'-0" 8'-0"

GLAZ

PAIR

RATING

NOTES

2520 White Avenue Nashville, Tennessee 37204 P: 615.248.3223 F: 615.248.2023 www.daad-group.com

YES YES

YES YES YES

YES

YES

YES YES

4 O

4'-1"

210

6

4'-0"

208

42'-1 1/2" 5'-1 1/2"

10'-7"

R

5'-2 1/2"

205

2'-8 1/2" 2'-8 1/2"

9'-3"

10'-7" 2'-1"

6'-6 1/2"

202

5'-3"

12'-3 1/2"

15'-8"

P

4

8 1 A3.2 1 A3.1

201

Project:

5

28'-4 1/2"

1 A3.1

dn

5 5'-8"

203

14'-3 1/2"

1 A3.2

4'-10"

3'-4" 4'-8 1/2"

4'-10" 4'-0"

7'-8 1/2"

2 A2.1

204

5'-3 1/2"

10 Q

70'-5"

4'-2 1/2"

8

4'-3"

206

4

8'-2 1/2"

58'-6"

3'-10"

8

5'-4"

3'-10"

4'-2 1/2"

10

4 A2.1

2'-3 1/2"

2'-1"

5'-0"

Q

UNILUX SLIDING PANELS

8'-2 1/2"

4'-10"

4'-8 1/2"

207

204 VAUGHN'S GAP ROAD | NASHVILLE, TN USA 37205

P

18'-5 1/2"

4

UNILUX SLIDING PANELS

Address:

4

NEINKEN RESIDENCE

15'-11 1/2"

14'-3 1/2"

209

O

Project #:

4

13445

5 11'-11"

Revisions:

NOTES: 1. all dimensio ns are from face of stud to face of stud

unless o therwise noted.

2. all openings are dimensio ned from center lines, unless

o therwise noted.

5'-0"

3. all structural headers to be sized by licensed

3'-11"

2'-2"

6'-11"

5

18'-0"

structural engineer.

4. builder to pro vide termite treatments to comply with

4'-4"

SCALE: 1/4"

=

0

1'-0"

2'

4'

Phase:

N

SECOND FLOOR PLAN

1

22'-4"

local buil ding codes.

- Pricing Set Not for Construction

8'

Date: * note: all interior walls are 'type # 9', u.n.o.

5. install termite shields between wood and co ncrete

28 May 2013

surfaces.

6. all finish floors shall be flush to adjacent floors,

SECOND FLOOR PLAN

unless o therwise noted.

A1.2

7. it is the builder's respo nsibil ity to make sure all

co nstructio n meets or exceeds all appl icabl e codes.

8. BUILDER TO PRO VIDE APPRO PRIATE ROOF VENTILATION SYSTEM

AS REQUIRED BY LOCAL BUILDING CODES.

© Copyright 2013 DA|AD, LLC

WINDOW SCHEDULE ID

SIZE

HEAD HEIGHT (AFF)

A A1 B B1 C C1 C2 D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S

12'-0"x2'-6" 12'-0"x9'-6" 3'-8"x8'-0" 7'-10"x4'-0" 17'-0"x2'-7" 17'-0"x9'-7" 17'-0"x4'-0" 12'-0"x10'-0" 2'-0"x7'-0" 8'-0"x2'-0" 3'-4"x7'-0" 10'-0"x3'-0" 7'-0"x7'-0" 2'-6"x5'-6" 6'-0"x2'-0" 17'-4"x5'-10" 5'-0"x5'-0" 5'-0"x1'-6" 8'-0"x5'-6" 2'-6"x5'-6" 13'-0"x2'-0" 15'-6"x4'-0" 20'-0"x1'-10"

2'-6" 12'-0" 7'-12" 11'-12" 2'-7" 12'-0" 16'-0" 11'-12" 7'-12" 6'-12" 8'-12" 11'-12" 8'-12" 8'-12" 11'-12" 15'-12" 8'-6" 9'-12" 8'-2" 8'-2" 8'-2" 8'-2" 2'-0"

NOTES

2520 White Avenue Nashville, Tennessee 37204 P: 615.248.3223 F: 615.248.2023 www.daad-group.com

3 A2.1

110'-0" 4'-0"

17'-9" 5'-0"

4'-3"

20'-10 1/2"

11'-1 1/2"

20'-0"

6'-0"

26'-0"

4

12'-9"

3'-8 1/2"

6'-0"

4

126

1'-10"

125

1'-10"

3'-8 1/2"

K

8

21'-6"

8'-0"

8'-0"

124

FROSTED GLASS

2'-6 1/2" 123

15'-6"

4

4'-3 1/2"

4'-3 1/2"

4'-4"

5'-5"

3'-5"

2'-5"

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

8'-3 1/2"

4'-0"

2'-0"

4

22'-8"

3'-4"

112

7'-7"

4

6'-4"

106

DW

12'-0" 108

103

5'-0 1/2"

10'-0"

4

1 A3.2 1 A3.1

4

102

5'-3"

F

8'-6 1/2"

4

4

7'-7"

1

2

12'-0"

6

Project:

B1

7

3

5

5

4

6 100

B

5

7 x 6" = 3'-6"

YES

13'-8 1/2"

8'-11 1/2"

5'-1 1/2"

5

6

2'-5"

up

6'-0"

107

E

5'-9"

D

101

4

5

4

7'-5"

6 5

5

4

YES

8'-5" 4'-0"

2'-0"

2'-4"

5'-11"

1'-8"

16'-0"

4'-4"

4'-2 1/2"

4'-2 1/2" 19'-8"

4'-3"

2'-2"

4'-8" 4'-0"

3'-8"

2'-2" 2'-1"

8'-0"

3'-0"

3'-0" 12'-8"

3'-0"

13445

5'-5 1/2"

6

Revisions:

1'-7" 4 7'-4"

4'-0"

4'-0"

4'-0"

4'-0"

8'-0"

4'-0"

12'-0"

12'-0"

110'-0"

o therwise noted.

3. all structural headers to be sized by licensed

structural engineer.

4. builder to pro vide termite treatments to comply with

2 A3.2

2 A3.1

1 A2.1

1

N

FIRST FLOOR PLAN SCALE: 1/4"

=

1'-0"

0

2'

4'

8'

Phase:

- Pricing Set Not for Construction Date:

local buil ding codes.

5. install termite shields between wood and co ncrete

Project #:

A1 A

YES YES

unless o therwise noted.

9'-8"

C1 C

2. all openings are dimensio ned from center lines, unless

6'-11 1/2"

4'-8"

4

NOTES:

R/F

13'-1 1/2" 17'-2" 8'-4"

YES YES YES

6'-4"

104

14'-6 1/2"

10'-5 1/2"

YES

109

6'-11 1/2"

5

YES

1. all dimensio ns are from face of stud to face of stud

up

105

5

2'-0"

NOTES

3'-4 1/2"

RATING

H

PAIR

4'-10"

GLAZ

4

8'-0" 8'-0" 8'-0" 10'-0" 10'-0" 8'-0" 8'-0" 8'-0" 8'-0" 8'-0" 8'-0" 8'-0" 8'-0" 8'-0" 8'-0" 8'-0" 10'-0" 8'-0" 8'-0" 8'-0" 8'-0" 8'-0" 8'-0" 8'-0" 8'-0" 9'-0" 8'-0" 8'-0" 8'-0" 8'-0" 8'-0" 8'-0" 8'-0" 8'-0" 8'-0" 8'-0" 8'-0" 8'-0" 8'-0"

6

HEIGHT

25'-0"

1 A3.1 DOOR SCHEDULE WIDTH

4'-0" 4'-0" 5'-0" 4'-5 1/2" 4'-6" 3'-0" 3'-0" 3'-0" 4'-0" 3'-0" 3'-0" 3'-0" 9'-0" 16'-0" 3'-0" 3'-0" 17'-0" 3'-0" 3'-0" 3'-0" 3'-0" 2'-6" 4'-0" 3'-0" 4'-0" 12'-0" 3'-0" 3'-0" 3'-0" 3'-0" 3'-0" 3'-0" 3'-0" 3'-0" 3'-0" 3'-0" 3'-0" 3'-0" 3'-0"

13'-0"

9'-0"

5'-6"

9'-8 1/2"

5

1 A3.2

40'-0"

8

116

68'-0"

4'-4"

4

6'-11 1/2"

3'-5 1/2"

5

3'-7"

2'-2"

114

110

19

115

ID

16'-1 1/2"

4'-6"

4'-6" 4

18

6'-6"

120

4'-8"

2'-11" 4'-5"

4

113

16

L

4'-6 1/2"

4'-3"

4

7'-0"

121

15

2'-3 1/2"

122

4'-8 1/2"

5'-7"

14

16'-0"

119

1'-6 1/2"

1'-8 1/2" 2'-2" 11'-10 1/2"

2'-10" 3'-6"

I

3'-7"

8

M N

12

13

17

8

11'-2"

M N

11

5'-0"

8

2 A2.1

4

9

2'-4"

117

J

27'-6"

8

10

G

100 101 102 103 103 104 105 106 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 121 122 123 124 125 126 201 202 203 204 205 206 207 208 209 210

NEINKEN RESIDENCE

7

10'-5 1/2"

84'-0"

UNILUX SLIDING PANELS

5

6

118

4 A2.1

3

4

111

19 x 7 1/4" = 11'-6"

14'-5 1/2"

9'-3"

4 UNILUX SLIDING PANELS

30'-0"

11'-9"

13'-5 1/2"

1

4

2

3

2

* note: all interior walls are 'type # 7', u.n.o.

28 May 2013

surfaces.

6. all finish floors shall be flush to adjacent floors,

unless o therwise noted.

7. it is the builder's respo nsibil ity to make sure all

co nstructio n meets or exceeds all appl icabl e codes.

8. BUILDER TO PRO VIDE APPRO PRIATE ROOF VENTILATION SYSTEM

AS REQUIRED BY LOCAL BUILDING CODES.

FIRST FLOOR PLAN

A1.1 © Copyright 2013 DA|AD, LLC

204 VAUGHN'S GAP ROAD | NASHVILLE, TN USA 37205

4 1

4

Address:

11'-10 1/2"

11'-10"

4


south perspective

first floor plan

second floor plan

Voce - Prototype Home # 5 2013: Nashville, TN


aerial east perspective

first floor plan

Voce - Prototype Home # 6 Nashville, TN: 2013

second floor plan


south perspective

basement plan

first floor plan

second floor plan

Voce - Prototype Home # 22 2013: Nashville, TN


aerial northeast perspective

first floor plan

Voce - Prototype Home # 46 Nashville, TN: 2013

outdoor living plan

second floor plan


west perspective

4

INTERIOR DOOR SCHEDULE

Y Y Y Y

PAIR

Y Y Y Y Y Y

WINDOW SCHEDULE

MATERIAL

FINISH

FRAME

STEEL STEEL STEEL STEEL STEEL STEEL STEEL STEEL STEEL STEEL STEEL

PAINTED PAINTED PAINTED PAINTED PAINTED PAINTED PAINTED PAINTED PAINTED PAINTED PAINTED

STEEL STEEL STEEL STEEL STEEL STEEL STEEL STEEL STEEL STEEL STEEL

NOTES

1 A3.2

15'-0"

2'-4 1/2"

17'-4 1/2"

2

10'-10" 2

4'-6"

1'-2"

2'-4 1/2"

8'-9"

6

1'-2"

4'-6"

8'-9 1/2"

2'-4 1/2"

D

6

4'-7 1/2"

22

2

20

7'-3"

6'-3 1/2"

MECH. 4

15

3 A4.5

14

W/D

2'-5 1/2"

6

14

103.4

W/D

2

UP

UP

42'-0"

103.3

6'-5 1/2"

102.4

102.3

6'-5 1/2"

D

5'-6 1/2"

101.4

1'-6"

ALIGN

BATH

1 A3.1

105.1

17

16

BATH

1

2 A4.3

18

103.5

W 101.5

3'-10 1/2" 10 A4.4

5'-10 1/2"

BATH 3'-4 1/2"

6'-5 1/2"

26'-8"

10

5'-10 1/2"

2 A4.2

MECH.

21

2'-4 1/2"

19

102.5

D

105.2

6

24

23

1'-2"

4'-6"

1 A4.3

25

11'-1"

10'-11"

6

A: 403.56 sq ft

A: 75.77 sq ft

4'-8"

4

3'-1 1/2"

4'-1"

12'-7"

12

11

10

8

A: 765.16 sq ft

7

COMMERCIAL

6

4

DW

LIVING

3

2

2'-4 1/2" DW

3'-3"

UP

DW

2'-8 1/2"

103.1

A

A

UP

104.1

3 A4.2

2

11'-7 1/2"

2

2'-10"

8'-2" 14'-3"

9'-2" 3'-2"

2'-10"

2'-10"

3

3'-1"

11.380 Revisions:

11"

2'-3"

UP

9'-6"

4'-2"

9 3/4"

1'-4"

2'-5"

102.8

CLO.

3'-9"

103.2

5

4

Project #:

6

3'-11"

102.2 102.1

2

2

CLO.

4

5'-1 1/2"

101.2

3'-11"

CLO.

101.1

2 A3.1

1

6

6

UP

2'-4 1/2"

1'-3"

10'-4"

2'-4 1/2"

A

8'-3"

3

13'-0"

LIVING

16'-9"

16'-9"

LIVING

19'-2"

5

2 A3.1

24'-1"

KITCHEN

20'-2 1/2"

15'-3"

14'-0 1/2"

15'-3"

C

1 A4.2

Unit 104

9

A: 673.42 sq ft

Type B Unit KITCHEN

3'-3"

Unit 103

A: 659.59 sq ft

Type B Unit KITCHEN

3'-3"

Unit 102

A: 673.42 sq ft

15'-5"

Unit 101 Type A Unit

28'-4"

1'-6"

28'-2"

3'-4 1/2"

3'-3"

3'-10 1/2"

8'-2" 14'-3"

9'-2" 010 ASD

3'-2"

8'-2" 14'-3"

A New Mixed-Use Development:

R

5

3'-3"

R

5

37'-0"

ALIGN

3'-0"

3'-0"

37'-0"

13

R

101.3

900 Lischey Ave. | Nashville, TN 37207

6

8'-9"

BEDROOM

1

102.6

101.6

9

CLO.

CLO. 6

1

103.6

BEDROOM

11

10'-11"

CLO. 6

12

2

8

11'-10"

BEDROOM 13

10'-11"

10'-11"

14

7

4

Refuse

11

6'-3"

UP

10'-11"

6

Unit 105

4

103.7

102.7

101.7

1'-0"

15

5

2

RISER ROOM

B

2 A4.5

1'-0"

C

1

B

9'-5 1/2"

B

105.2

B

17

4

2520 White Avenue Nashville, Tennessee 37204 P: 615.248.3223 F: 615.248.2023 www.daad-group.com

3'-6"

C

1'-0"

17'-5" B

16

3

FIXED WINDOW CASEMENT WINDOW FIXED WINDOW AWNING BOTTOM, FIXED TOP WINDOW FIXED BOTTOM, FIXED TOP WINDOW CASEMENT WINDOW FIXED BOTTOM, CASEMENT TOP WINDOW FIXED BOTTON, FIXED TOP WINDOW FIXED WINDOW FIXED WINDOW

11

18

2

FIXED WINDOW *MEASUREMENT TAKEN FROM F.F.E. OF 'BLDG 2' (0'-0")

7'-8" 7'-8" 7'-6" 9'-6" 9'-6" 7'-6" 9'-6" 9'-6" 13'-0" 13'-0"

6'-8"

2'-4 1/2"

19

1

FIXED WINDOW

7'-4 1/2"

5'-8" 2'-8" 1'-6" 1'-6" 1'-6" 2'-6" 1'-6" 1'-6" 11'-0" 11'-0"

18'-0"

11

105.2

15'-0"

1 B

7'-6"

-1'-3 1/2"

2'-0" 5'-0" 6'-0" 8'-0" 8'-0" 5'-0" 8'-0" 8'-0" 2'-0" 2'-0"

4 A4.2

4

2'-4 1/2"

6'-4 1/2"

4'-10"

8'-8"

2'-0" 2'-0" 3'-0" 3'-0" 3'-0" 5'-0" 2'-8" 2'-8" 3'-0" 2'-0"

27'-0" 10'-8"

UP

1 A3.1

2'-8"

2'-6"

32'-2" 4'-8"

104.2

1 A4.5

2'-8"

E F G H J K L.1 L.2 M N

2 A3.2 3 A3.2

52'-0" 14'-5"

DOUBLE-HUNG WINDOW

C D

FIRE RATED

3

NOTES ONE 2'-0" FIXED SIDELIGHT AND ONE 3'-0" DOUBLE HUNG WINDOW MULLED TOGETHER

for Urban Housing Solutions

Y Y

7'-8"

North Fourth

Y Y

1'-8"

4'-10"

Y

6'-0"

13'-6"

Y Y

7'-8"

3'-0"

3'-11 1/2"

Y

HEAD HEIGHT

2'-8"

B

3

Y Y

SILL HEIGHT

5'-0"

2

Y

HEIGHT

5'-0"

8

Y Y

WIDTH

A

FIRE RATED

45 MIN. FIRE-RATED

Y

TAG

1

3

13'-11 1/2"

Y Y

GLZ

7'-0" 7'-0" 7'-0" 8'-0" 6'-8" 8'-0" 6'-8" 7'-0" 7'-0" 7'-0" 7'-0"

2'-7"

Y

HEIGHT

3'-0" 3'-0" 3'-0" 3'-0" 6'-0" 3'-0" 3'-0" 3'-0" 3'-0" 3'-0" 3'-0"

D

WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD

Y Y Y

WIDTH

2'-7"

BIRCH VENEER BIRCH VENEER BIRCH VENEER BIRCH VENEER BIRCH VENEER BIRCH VENEER BIRCH VENEER BIRCH VENEER BIRCH VENEER BIRCH VENEER BIRCH VENEER BIRCH VENEER BIRCH VENEER BIRCH VENEER BIRCH VENEER BIRCH VENEER BIRCH VENEER BIRCH VENEER BIRCH VENEER BIRCH VENEER BIRCH VENEER BIRCH VENEER BIRCH VENEER BIRCH VENEER BIRCH VENEER BIRCH VENEER BIRCH VENEER BIRCH VENEER BIRCH VENEER

EXTERIOR DOOR SCHEDULE TAG

101.1 102.1 103.1 104.1 104.2 105.1 105.2 201.1 202.1 203.1 204.1

1'-10"

WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD

NOTES 45 MIN. FIRE-RATED 45 MIN. FIRE-RATED

2'-9 1/2"

WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD

3'-3"

FRAME

BIRCH VENEER BIRCH VENEER BIRCH VENEER BIRCH VENEER BIRCH VENEER BIRCH VENEER BIRCH VENEER BIRCH VENEER BIRCH VENEER BIRCH VENEER BIRCH VENEER BIRCH VENEER

5

FINISH

WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD

4

MATERIAL

12'-2 1/2"

PAIR

7

GLZ

9

2'-0" 2'-0" 2'-0" 6'-8" 6'-8" 6'-8" 6'-8" 6'-8" 6'-8" 6'-8" 6'-8" 6'-8" 6'-8" 6'-8" 6'-8" FIELD VERIFY 2'-0" 6'-8" 6'-8" 6'-8" 6'-8" 6'-8" 6'-8" 6'-8" 6'-8" 6'-8" 6'-8" 6'-8" 6'-8" 6'-8" 6'-8" 6'-8" 6'-8" 6'-8" 6'-8" 6'-8" 6'-8" 6'-8" 6'-8" 6'-8" 6'-8" 6'-8" 6'-8" 6'-8" 6'-8" 6'-8"

10

HEIGHT

2'-0" 2'-0" 2'-0" 2'-4" 2'-4" 3'-0" 5'-0" 4'-0" 4'-0" 2'-4" 3'-0" 4'-0" 3'-0" 4'-0" 4'-0" FIELD VERIFY 0'-10" 2'-4" 3'-0" 4'-0" 3'-0" 4'-0" 4'-0" 2'-4" 3'-0" 4'-0" 3'-0" 4'-0" 4'-0" 2'-4" 3'-0" 4'-0" 3'-0" 4'-0" 4'-0" 2'-4" 3'-0" 4'-0" 3'-0" 4'-0" 4'-0" 2'-8" 3'-0" 3'-0" 3'-0" 2'-0"

11

10 A4.4

WIDTH

13

5

TAG 100.1 100.2 100.3 101.2 101.3 101.4 101.5 101.6 101.7 102.2 102.3 102.4 102.5 102.6 102.7 102.8 103.2 103.3 103.4 103.5 103.6 103.7 201.2 201.3 201.4 201.5 201.6 201.7 202.2 202.3 202.4 202.5 202.6 202.7 203.2 203.3 203.4 203.5 203.6 203.7 204.2 204.3 204.4 204.5 204.6

12

5

1

05.16.2012

2

08.30.2012

3

09.27.2012 Code Comments

4

10.30.12

5

01.07.13

16'-3"

26'-4 1/2"

5'-0"

3 A4.3

2'-6 1/2"

52'-0"

Phase:

Construction Documents Date:

2 A3.2

October 30, 2012

UP

UP

3 A3.2

1 A3.2

First Floor Plan

1

FIRST FLOOR PLAN

A1.1

0

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2'

4'

8'

4


east perspective

2x10 WOOD FRAMING 5/8" ROOF SHEATHING STANDING SEAM METAL ROOF 1/2" EXT. GYPSUM BOARD BREAK METAL

2520 White Avenue Nashville, Tennessee 37204 P: 615.248.3223 F: 615.248.2023 www.daad-group.com

WOOD TRUSS-SEE STRUCTURAL 1/2" GYPSUM BOARD

5 x 5/16 CEMENT BOARDLAP SIDING

5/8" ROOF DECKING STANDING SEAM METAL ROOF 2x10 WOOD FRAMING 2x6 WOOD BLOCKING 2x10 1/2" EXT. GYPSUM BOARD BREAK METAL

2'-5 1/2"

3

BREAK METAL + FLASHING

BATT INSULATION

25'-8" BEARING HEIGHT

25'-5"

2x6

TOP OF COLUMN

2x8

5x5/16 CEMENT BOARD- LAP SIDING 2x8 HEADER 1/2" PLYWOOD 23'-6"

24 GAUGE METAL SIDING

CEMENT BOARD + BATTEN

6'-2 1/2"

BEARING HEIGHT

STANDING SEAM METAL ROOF 5/8" ROOF SHEATHING

3 A4.4

1/2" EXT. SHEATHING

3" STEEL PIPE COLUMN STANDING SEAM METAL ROOF 5/8" ROOF SHEATHING

CEMENT BOARD + BATTEN 1/2" EXT. RATED SHEATHING 1/2" GYPSUM BOARD

2x6

2x6 2x10 WOOD FRAMING

2x8 HEADER

1/2" GYPSUM BOARD

BATT INSULATION

1/2" EXT. RATED SHEATHING

WOOD TRUSS-SEE STRUCTURAL

2x8 HEADER

1/2" GYPSUM BOARD 19'-6" BEARING HEIGHT

19'-6" CEILING HEIGHT

BATT INSULATION 18'-4" F.F.E. BEARING HEIGHT

9 1/4"

1/2" GYPSUM BOARD

2x6

24 GAUGE METAL SIDING

1

3/4" PLYWOOD DECKING

3

16" LVL 1/2" EXT. GYPSUM BOARD

SEE STRUCTURAL

7'-11"

5x5/16 CEMENT BOARD- LAP SIDING

6 A4.4

26'-6"

31'-0 3/4"

1'-10" GLULAM BEAM

8 A4.4

GIRDER TRUSS- SEE STRUCTURAL 1-1/4" FINISH FLOOR 1/2" EXT. GYPSUM BOARD WOOD TRUSS- SEE STRUCTURAL 2x6 3/4" PLYWOOD DECKING NORMAN BRICKS, IN RUNNING BOND

1-1/4" FINISH FLOOR

10'-6" F.F.E. SECOND FLOOR

2x10 JOIST ALUM. GUTTER NORMAN BRICKS, IN RUNNING BOND 3" STEEL PIPE COLUMN

DRIP PAD + FLASHING NORMAN BRICK- CUT, SOLDIER COURSE AT OPENINGS, (TYP.) 1/2" EXT. GYPSUM BOARD

1-1/4" FINISH FLOOR 3/4" PLYWOOD DECKING

1/2" GYPSUM BOARD

LVL- SEE STRUCTURAL 1'-10" GLULAM BEAM DRIP PAD + FLASHING

10'-6" F.F.E. SECOND FLOOR

WOOD TRUSSSEE STRUCTURAL

10'-6" F.F.E. SECOND FLOOR

10'-6" F.F.E. SECOND FLOOR

WEEP HOLE 9'-0"

SEE STRUCTURAL

19'-5 3/4"

16" WOOD TRUSS

8'-2 1/2"

9'-0"

2"x4" ALUM. STOREFRONT

25'-8 1/2"

13'-0"

2x8 HEADER

9'-0"

9'-0"

9'-0"

BATT INSULATION 1/2" EXT. RATED SHEATHING

1/2" EXT. SHEATHING

3 1-1/4" FINISH FLOOR WOOD FRAMING- SEE STRUCTURAL

CONCRETE SLAB- SEE STRUCTURAL 5 MIL. MEMBRANE VAPOR BARRIER

13'-5"

13'-6"

VAPOR BARRIER

CONCRETE FOOTERSEE STRUCTURAL

4" GRAVEL BACKFILL

2

8"x8"x16" CMU BLOCK

2

4" CONCRETE SLAB

BATT INSULATION

4" GRAVEL BACKFILL

3

DRIP PAD + FLASHING WEEP HOLE

-3'-0" F.F.E. FIRST FLR - BLDG 1

8"x8"x16" CMU BLOCK +/- 0'-0" F.F.E. FIRST FLR - BLDG 2

2x8 CONCRETE SLABSEE STRUCTURAL 8"x8"x16" CMU BLOCK 2" RIGID INSULATION VAPOR BARRIER 12"x8"x16" CMU BLOCK 4" GRAVEL BACKFILL

NOTE: f.f.e. is top of concrete floor slab in building '1'

NOTE: f.f.e. is top of concrete floor slab in building '1'

1-1/4" FINISH FLOOR 3/4" PLYWOOD DECKING WOOD FRAMINGSEE STRUCTURAL

NOTE: f.f.e. is 1-1/4" above top of decking in building '2'

-3'-0" F.F.E. FIRST FLR - BLDG 1

CONCRETE FOOTERSEE STRUCTURAL

+/- 0'-0" F.F.E. FIRST FLR - BLDG 2

5 MIL. MEMBRANE VAPOR BARRIER GRAVEL BACKFILL NOTE: f.f.e. is 1-1/4" above top of decking in building '2'

CONCRETE FOOTERSEE STRUCTURAL

TOP OF COL. FTG.

-5'-8" TOP OF FOOTING

Project #:

11.380 Revisions:

CONCRETE FOOTERSEE STRUCTURAL

-4'-0"

A New Mixed-Use Development:

8"x8"x16" CMU BLOCK

10'-6"

10'-6"

8" TUBE STEEL COLUMN DRIP PAD + FLASHING

900 Lischey Ave. | Nashville, TN 37207

2" RIGID INSULATION

NORMAN BRICKS, IN RUNNING BOND

for Urban Housing Solutions

21'-4"

NORMAN BRICKS, IN RUNNING BOND

North Fourth

1/2" EXT. SHEATHING

4" STEEL TUBE COLUMN

- 5'-2 3/4" TOP OF FOOTING

-5'-8" TOP OF FOOTING

- 5'-2 3/4" TOP OF FOOTING

1

05.16.2012

2

08.30.2012

3

09.27.2012 Code Comments

Phase:

Construction Documents

4

Wall Section 0

1'

2'

4'

3

Wall Section 0

1'

2'

4'

2

Wall Section 0

1'

2'

4'

1

Wall Section 0

1'

2'

Date: 4'

October 25, 2012 Wall Sections

North Fourth Nashville, TN: 2012-13

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west perspective - realized

4"

8 RISERS

3'-6"

7"

3'-6" UP

NOTE: HANDRAILS ON BOTH SIDES OF STAIR

5 TREADS @ 11"

1-1/2" x 1-1/2" x 1/8" STEEL ANGLE

4"

13'-6"

5'-7 1/2"

4'-2"

3'-6"

8 TREADS @ 11"

9 TREADS @ 11"

10 RISERS

9 TREADS @ 11"

3'-8"

4"

3'-0"

3'-0" 3'-6 3/4"

S.S. CHECKED PLATE

1'-0" X 3'-0" S.S. CHECKED PLATE TREADS

HANDRAIL

4'-0'

10"

SECOND FLOOR

11"

TUBE STEEL COLUMN

7'-0"

6'-8"

4'-2" 3'-6"

3'-4 1/4"

4" 3'-6" 4'-3"

HANDRAIL 11"

3'-11"

UP

3'-0"

FIRST FLOOR

6 RISERS

12 TREADS @ 11"

2"

HANDRAIL

2"x6" STUD WALL

1'-0" 11"

1"

3'-0"

4"

7'-3 1/2"

7'-9"

3 3/4"

UP

3'-6 3/4"

5

6'

Stair-Plan Detail 0

2'

4'

Stair-Plan Detail

4

6'

0

2'

4'

3

6'

Stair-Section 0

1'

2'

4'

4"

3'-6" 1"

4"

7"

3'-6"

5'-9"

TO FACE OF WALL

11.380

4"

3'-6"

STEEL BACK PLATE, BOLTED 1'-0" X 4'-0" GALV. PLATE TREADS

1-1/2" x 1-1/2" x 1/8" STEEL ANGLE

NOTE: HANDRAILS ON BOTH SIDES OF STAIR

1 RISER

10'-11"

1 RISER

Project #:

4'-7" 2" CONCRETE SLAB

3'-0"

9 RISERS

4'-0"

NOTE: HANDRAILS ON BOTH SIDES OF STAIR

1"

12 RISERS

6'-8 1/2"

STEEL BACK PLATE, BOLTED

900 Lischey Ave. | Nashville, TN 37207

4'

3'-6"

2'

for Urban Housing Solutions

Stair-Plan Detail

1"

Revisions: 1

05.16.2012

2

08.30.2012

3

09.27.2012 Code Comments

2" CONCRETE SLAB

1'-0" 11"

12 RISERS

4'-1" 1"

5'-4 3/4"

1'-0" 11" 1"

Phase:

Construction Documents 1-1/2" x 1-1/2" x 1/8" STEEL ANGLE

3'-6"

TUBE STEEL COLUMN

9 RISERS

5'-2"

TUBE STEEL COLUMN

3'-6"

0

14'-0"

6

4'-0"

North Fourth

4"

A New Mixed-Use Development:

1'-11"

7'-3 1/2"

7'-0"

6'-8"

2'-10"

HANDRAIL

4'-6 1/4"

4'-0"

4'-7"

2'-10"

ALIGN

3'-2"

2"x6" STUD WALL 7"

DN

3'-0"

3'-0"

4"

2"x6" STUD WALL

2"

5 1/2"

2"x6" STUD WALL

TO FACE OF WALL

7 TREADS @ 11"

12 TREADS @ 11"

3'-6"

2520 White Avenue Nashville, Tennessee 37204 P: 615.248.3223 F: 615.248.2023 www.daad-group.com

Date: 1'-0" X 3'-6" GALV. PLATE TREADS

October 25, 2012 STAIR DETAILS

2

Stair-Section 0

1'

2'

4'

1

A4.5

Stair-Section 0

1'

2'

4'

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ASD 13.1 SECTION

realized - east perspective

3'-4"

CL

GUTTER

TREX DECKING

BRICK

4X4 P.T. WOOD POST, PAINTED

CL

1X4 P.T. WOOD BOARD, PAINTED

Porch 102 Plan

3'-1" 3" STEEL PIPE COLUMN

1'-0"

3'-1"

weld hss steel member so that edge is flush w/ face of fence post mounting

HSS5x2x1/4 3'-1"

1X4 IS FLUSH W/ TOP

3 1/2" 2 1/2"

1X4 WOOD BOARD

BRICK CAP

1 1/4" TREX DECKING 16" PARALLAM

3'-3 1/2"

1/2" HARDI PANEL

2'-0" MIN.

3'-3 1/2"

3/4" WOOD SHIMS 9'-0"

1/2" HARDI PANEL 1/2" PLYWOOD SHEATHING 1/2" HARDI PANEL

3'-1"

3'-1"

7 1/2"

2'-0" MIN.

2x10 JOIST

10'-6" F.F.E. SECOND FLOOR

FLASHING 2x P.T. WOOD FRAMING

Porch 102 Section SCALE: 3/4" =

014.1

1'-0"

north fourth

north fourth

900 lischey street | nashville, tn | 37207 Drawing Number: Drawing Name: Date:

ASD 013.1 1/A1.1 19 JUNE 2013

Upstairs Railing Detail 0

1'

2'

3'

project:

900 lischey street | nashville, tn | 37207

NOTE: THIS DOCUMENT IS A REVISION TO PREVIOUS ASD # 13, ISSUED 03/20/2013.

2520 White Avenue Nashville, Tennessee 37204 P: 615.248.3223 F: 615.248.2023 www.daad-group.com

Drawing Number: Drawing Name: Date:

ASD.014 1/A1.2 21 March 2013

3'-2 3/4"

13.1

3'-1"

3'-1"

3" STEEL PIPE COLUMN

project:

TREX DECKING

DOOR INTO CRAWL SPACE

3'-6"

TAPCON OR SIM. ANCHOR THROUGH FRAMING ANGLE INTO BRICK/BLOCK

1x4 WOOD BOARD 7 1/2" 3'-3 1/2"

2X4 WOOD POST

TYP.

HEAVY-GAUGE FRAMING ANGLEWOOD POST IS CROSS-DRILLED AND BOLTED THROUGH 1" TREX DECKING 2x P.T. WOOD FRAMING

2x4 WOOD POST

1 1/2" 3 1/2"

2'-11"

2X4 P.T. WOOD TOP RAIL, PAINTED 4x4 P.T. WOOD POST, PAINTED

THICKER WALLS

1X4 P.T. WOOD BOARD, PAINTED

NOTE: WALL BELOW IS JUST FRAMED OUT TO COVER PARALLAM BEAMS-IT WILL BE OFFSET INWARD ON NORTH SIDE OF THE THICKER WALLS

SCALE: 1/2" =

CL

3'-3 1/2"

13.1

EQU.

3'-1"

EQU.

3'-3 1/2"

EQU.

ASD 13.1 SECTION

1'-8"

CL

3'-3 1/4"

19'-6" BEARING HEIGHT

WOOD BLADE SIGNINSET FLUSH BETWEEN POSTS, PAINTED

THICKER WALLS

UP

6'-0"

CMU BLOCK

NOTE: POST IS FLUSH W/ EDGE OF MASONRY WALL BELOW

2520 White Avenue Nashville, Tennessee 37204 P: 615.248.3223 F: 615.248.2023 www.daad-group.com


[ Sketchbook ]


siena, italy. medieval city gates. 2007


siena, italy. campo di siena. 2007


siena, italy. duomo in landscape. 2007


siena, italy. roadside chapel. 2007


nashville, tn. chemical plant. 2011


buenos aires, argentina. industrial wharf. 2011


sumvigt, switzerland. saint benedict’s chapel. 2009


sumvigt, switzerland. saint benedict’s chapel. 2009


east tennessee. gravel quarry. 2011


east tennessee. gravel quarry. 2011


maggia valley, switzerland. saint john’s chapel. 2010


bern, switzerland. paul klee museum. 2010


prague, czech republic. civic plan. 2010


vienna, austria. cubist church. 2010


[ Teaching ]


jessica arnholt. charcoal. 2011


jessica arnholt. charcoal. 2011


amy stewart. ink, watercolor. 2011


billy yang. watercolor. 2011


taylor dotson. watercolor. 2011


hayden king. charcoal. 2011


wesley petit. watercolor. 2011


chloe lane. watercolor. 2011


jessica arnholt. graphite. 2011


jean paul baron. graphite, ink. 2011


jessica arnholt. ink, spray paint. 2011


amy stewart. ink, spray paint, tape. 2011


Thank you.

clayton k adkisson [electronic mail:]

clay.k.adkisson [at] gmail.com

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