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Clayton Madrid

Portfolio // 03.01.14


the sandLot // Oceano, CA

The sandLot has remained undeveloped for the existence of its designation as lots 23 and 24 by the county of San Luis Obispo. The sandLot was the name given to this undeveloped site for its natural scape and relationship to the dunes. Once aquired, the owner sought schematic design for vacation rentals as this is a desirable development in the local market. The project was constrained by many local and state wide regulations. The sandLot is centrally located within protected landscapes; State Parks to the North and Oceano Dunes Park to the South. Many design considerations were derived from the site and its context. To respect the boardering State Park and its ESHA protected species of native plants, large setbacks were incorporated to maximize the area of permeable surfaces and lighten the footprint consumed by the architecture. The permeable surfaces allow the native plant life to bleed through the site, below grade as existing systems and above grade as planted native sea grass. Due to the sites location, review by the Coastal Commission was required. Working closely with the local bodies and understanding the aim of the Coastal Commission, the project was successfully moved through all permiting processes in record time. Understanding the severe strain that structures impose on the local landscape and global resources, the owner requested a design that met and exceeded LEED standards. The project is currently in consideration as a LEED Gold project. The project contains 3 units of varying size and layout to accomodate a fluxuating market of tourists, travellers, local recreation and extended stay. The projected completion date for the sandLot is September 1st, 2014.

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Marfa Tower We traveled to Marfa, TX for an extended stay to gain an understanding of its dynamic culture and vast landscapes. Marfaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s current state of being is a blend of generational families derived from an evolved freight headquarters and a an evergrowing art scene. spawned from the residence of minimalist artist, Donald Judd. The juxtaposition of these two cultures has become a rich blend of local heritage and a fluctuating population of creative outsiders. The project directive was to develop a drive-in movie theatre informed by MOSâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; current proposal. A tower was developed to absorb the influx of traveling persons and reduce their footprint by elevating them from the ground. Festivels and times of travel have been known to double the size of the towns population. The architecture rehabilitates the surrounding sports field and rodeo ring by extending out with accomadating structures and supportive screens. The base of the tower serves as a temporary vehicular repository for travellers and film spectators. The screen has been placed on a shallow incline in the distant field as to redirect the viewers gaze back down to the horizon and create studium style seating. The dilapitaed state of the surrounding sports arenas and solar orientation provided guidence in the generation of the towers fenestration. The spherical volumes are a continuing study of non-orthogonal spaces and how the formations stem from human interaction and the break down of habitual tenedencies.


fof // soapHaus recording 4"x4" WOOD COLUMN, TYP.

12"x12"x1'-6" DEEP CONCRETE FOOTING

This presentation stand was developed as the proper presentation of my work is suited for digital displays capable of displaying motion.

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7

S101

S101 HD U8 6 4x

U8 6 4x

This presentation stand was developed as the proper presentation of my work is suited for digital displays capable of displaying motion.

6 S101

HD

24"x24"x18" DEEP CONCRETE FOOTING WITH REBAR 6" 0.C. , TYP.

18' - 4 3/4" 4

6" SLAB ON GRADE

S101

4" SLAB 15"x18"DEEP FOUNDATION 12' - 4 3/4"

This presentation stand was developed as the proper

8" STEM WALL

8 S101

5" STEP UP 6" THICK SLAB w/ #3 REBAR E.W. @ 12" O.C. OVER 4" SAND OVER 4" CRUSHED BASE w/ VAPOR BARRIER IN MIDDLE OF THE SAND

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fabrication_of_frame.s N. PARK WAY

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LANDIS ST

Clayton A Madrid 1

1815-B Main St San Diego, CA 92110

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FOUNDATION PLAN // SINGLE STORY CONSTRUCTION 1/4" = 1'-0"

clayton.madrid@gmail.com

3635 30TH ST SAN DIEG0 CA 91204

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LEGAL DESCRIPTION: LOT 11, BLOCK 20 OF WEST END MAP 590 APN#453-253-02

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RACT WITH ARC ENGINEERING, EITHER IN VERBAL OR WRITTEN FORM. CLIENT LTERATION OF ANY KIND SHALL BE MADE TO THESE DRAWINGS, AT ANY TIME, WHETHER ECHECK, DURING OR AFTER CONSTRUCTION. CLIENT RELEASES ARC ENGINEERING EES INCURRED BY CHANGES MADE WITHOUT CONSENT OF ARC ENGINEERING.

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ITS RIGHT TO KEEP AND MAINTAIN ALL COPYRIGHTS AND PROPERTY RIGHTS TO ALL IDEAS, DETAILS, NOTES, AND SPECIFICATIONS, EITHER COPIES OR ORIGINALS THEREOF, TO THIS DESIGN. ARC ENGINEERING DOES NOT GIVE PERMISSION FOR ANY COPIES OF DRAWINGS, REPRESENTATIONS, IDEAS, DETAILS, NOTES, AND SPECIFICATIONS, EITHER O BE MADE, COPIED, OR ALTERED BY ANY PERSON, BUSINESS, OR CORPORATION EN PERMISSION OF ARC ENGINEERING.

30TH ST

29TH ST

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1/2" CFB BEHIND 2"x8" DOUGLAS FIR UNDER LIGHT GAUGE FLASHING

2"x8" PTDF SILL PLATE WITH ANCHORS AT 32" O.C. #3 REBAR, TYP.

WOOD-FRAMED WALL w/ EXT. LAP SIDING 2x6 P.T. PLATE w/ A.B.'s @ 32" O.C.

ROOF // SINGLE STORY CONSTRUCTION 9' - 7"

B.N.

T.O. Wall 8' - 8" A35 EA. SIDE EA. JOIST

6"

A35 @ 16" O.C. TO 2x BLK'G.

6" STEMWALL FIRST LEVEL // Ground Floor SINGLE STORY 0' - 6" CONSTRUCTION 0' - 0"

#4 REBAR, TYP.

FRAMED WALL WITH INSULATION

3"

3" 1' - 3"

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DETAIL - WALL TO ROOF, TYP 3/4" = 1'-0"

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DETAIL - WALL TO SLAB, TYP 3/4" = 1'-0"


Clayton A Madrid 24"x18" DEEP FOUNDATION

1815-B Main St San Diego, CA 92110

6" CONCRETE SLAB

3' - 9 1/2"

clayton.madrid@gmail.com

42" AT DECK

34" TO 38" AT STAIRS

3' - 2 7/8"

2x6 TOP RAIL

2x6 TOP RAIL

1x4 EA. SIDE w/ (3) 1-1/2" STAPLES, EA. BR'G.

1x4 EA. SIDE w/ (3) 1-1/2" STAPLES, EA. BR'G.

2x2 BALUSTERS (STUD-GRADE) AT SPACING TO NOT PASS A 4-3/8" SPHERE; 2x2 AT EACH EDGE OF PANEL FASTENED TO POST w/ 1/4" x 3" COURSE-THREAD SCREWS @ 6" O.C.

2x2 BALUSTERS (STUD-GRADE) AT SPACING TO NOT PASS A 4-3/8" SPHERE; 2x2 AT EACH EDGE OF PANEL FASTENED TO POST w/ 1/4" x 3" COURSE-THREAD SCREWS @ 6" O.C.

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ROOF DECK

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1x4 EA. SIDE 1x4 EA. SIDE

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2 X 12 RAFTERS @ 16" O.C., TYP

SIMPSON AC OR ACE (AS APPLICABLE) EA. SIDE, BEAM TO POST

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2x STUDS @ 16" O.C. SHEAR PANEL PER PLAN

SHEAR PANEL PER PLAN 2x OR 3x P.T. PLATE w/ A.B.'s PER S.W. SCHED. FIRST LEVEL // Ground Floor SINGLE STORY 0' - 6" #4 x15" DOWELS @ 24" O.C. CONSTRUCTION w/ SIMPSON SET-XP ADHESIVE 0' - 0"

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(E) CONC. SLAB

(N) CONC. FOOTING w/ (2) #4 TOP & BOTTOM w/ (2) #3 VERT TIES @ 24" O.C.

(N) CONC. FOOTING w/ (2) #4 TOP & BOTTOM w/ (2) #3 VERT TIES @ 24" O.C.

1' - 0"

SHEAR WALL FTG. 3/4" = 1'-0"

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STAND-OFF POST BASE 1"

2x4 SILL PLATE w/ ANCHORS @ 32" O.C.

6" CONC FIRST LEVEL // SLAB-ON-GRADE Ground Floor #3 @ 12" O.C. E.W. SINGLEw/ STORY 0' -BARS 6" CONSTRUCTION 0' - 0"

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Description

Shear Strength lb./ft.

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15/32" Structural I Plywood with 8d nails at 6" o/c at edges and 12" o/c field.

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15/32" Structural I, 5 PLY Plywood with 8d nails at 6" o/c at edges and 12" o/c field.

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15/32" Structural I, 5 PLY Plywood with 8d nails at 4" o/c at edges and 12" o/c field.

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15/32" Structural I, 5 PLY Plywood with 10d nails at 4" o/c at edges and 12" o/c field.

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15/32" Structural I, 5 PLY Plywood with 10d nails at 2" o/c at edges and 12" o/c field.

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SECTION - STRINGER WALL SPACING 3" = 1'-0"

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WEST ELEVATION - STAIRS 1/2" = 1'-0"

4-1/4" MAX. 11"

1/2" THICK, NON-SLIP WEATHERPROOF PROTECTIVE COATING

(MIN. 10")

Jessica Gulati

3/4" THICK PLYWOOD RISERS AND TREADS

3635 30TH ST. SAN DIEGO, CA 92104 3/8" DIA. ANCHOR BOLT SIMPSON A35 EA. STRINGER 2x4 P.T. SILL

Sill Plate Conn. To Ftg. w/ 5/8"x 24" A.B. Spacing

To 2x BLK'g U.N.O.

LTP4 @ 24" o/c

36" (in 2x SILL Plate)

16d @ 6" o/c Staggered

LTP4 @ 21" o/c

24" (in 3x SILL Plate)

1/4" SDS Screws @ 10" o/c

LTP4 @ 16" o/c

18" (in 3x SILL Plate)

1/4" SDS Screws @ 8" o/c

550

LTP4 @ 12" o/c

16" (in 3x SILL Plate)

1/4" SDS Screws @ 8" o/c

870

LTP4 @ 6" o/c

6" (in 3x SILL Plate)

1/4" SDS Screws @ 4" o/c (in 3x BLK'g)

430

6 S102

7" 4x6 POST PER PLAN

CONC. SLAB-ON-GRADE

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4" CONCRETE SLAB

ROOF // SINGLE STORY CONSTRUCTION 9' - 7" CONT. RIM-JOIST FROM 2x12 2x SOLID BLK'G BTWN. STRINGERS

T.O. Wall 8' - 8"

STRUCTURE

SIMPSON HU HANGER AT EACH STRINGER

Ground Floor 0' - 6"

WOOD-FRAMED WALL 2x STRINGERS 6 S102

Project Number Date Drawn By Checked By

S101

4 Scale

001 07.08.13 CAM --

STAIR CONNECTION TO SLAB 1 1/2" = 1'-0"

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WOOD-FRAMED WALL w/ INSULATION

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"I Gagan P. Singh Bains do hereby certify that the structure(s) or modification to existing structure(s) shown on these plans do not require Federal Aviation Administration notification because per Section 77.15(a) of Title 14 of the Code of Federal Regulations CFR Part 77, notification is not required."

Shear Wall Schedule 2010 California Building Code

CMU WALL w/ FILLED CORE & ALTERNATING REBAR

#4 REBAR, TYP.

2

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#3 REBAR @ 16" O.C.

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DN

A103

SHEAR WALL FTG.1 3/4" = 1'-0"

4

1/4"

ROOF FRAMING PLAN // SINGLE STORY CONSTRUCTION 1/4" = 1'-0"

AB's OF 880# CAPACITY

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4-1/4" MAX.

2" X 8" WOOD CARRIAGES

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AB's OF 1000# CAPACITY

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2x STUDS @ 16" O.C.

2x OR 3x P.T. PLATE w/ A.B.'s FIRST LEVEL // PER S.W. SCHED. Ground Floor SINGLE STORY 0' - 6" #4 x15" DOWELS @ 24" O.C. CONSTRUCTION w/ SIMPSON SET-XP ADHESIVE 0' - 0"

B.N.

B

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STRINGER HAS 0' - 1/4" STAND OFF FROM MASONRY WALL TO PREVENT ABSORBTION OF MOISTURE/ DETERIATION OF WOOD.

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TYP. A103

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DECK GUARDRAIL SECTION 1 1/2" = 1'-0"

3' - 2" CLR (MIN. 36")

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POST PER PLAN

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STAIR GUARDRAIL SECTION 1 1/2" = 1'-0"

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EXISTING NON-PERMITTED STRUCTURE

2 X 4 WOOD STUDS @ 16" O.C., TYP.

R EG I S T

4 X12 DOUGLAS FIR BEAM

27"x27"x18" DEEP FOUNDATION

SINGLE STORY CONSTRUCTION

2X8 FASCIA, TYP

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(MAX. 7.75")

L = 10' - 0"

3 A103

2"X6" WOOD HANDRAIL

2" MIN.

34" TO 38"

AC

44

ARC ENGINEERING DOES ASSERT ITS RIGHT TO KEEP AND MAINTAIN ALL COPYRIGHTS AND PROPERTY RIGHTS TO ALL DRAWINGS, REPRESENTATIONS, IDEAS, DETAILS, NOTES, AND SPECIFICATIONS, EITHER COPIES OR ORIGINALS THEREOF, THAT MAY BE INCORPORATED INTO THIS DESIGN. ARC ENGINEERING DOES NOT GIVE PERMISSION FOR ANY COPIES OF SAID COPYRIGHTED MATERIALS, DRAWINGS, REPRESENTATIONS, IDEAS, DETAILS, NOTES, AND SPECIFICATIONS, EITHER ORIGINAL OR COPIES THEREOF, TO BE MADE, COPIED, OR ALTERED BY ANY PERSON, BUSINESS, OR CORPORATION WITHOUT THE EXPRESSED WRITTEN PERMISSION OF ARC ENGINEERING.

AC

4

4x 4 44

4x

2

3.5" X 9.25" PARALLAM BEAM

14' - 8"

9 S101

2x STRINGER (#2 D.F. OR BETTER)

2" MIN.

CLIENT HAS ENGAGED IN A CONTRACT WITH ARC ENGINEERING, EITHER IN VERBAL OR WRITTEN FORM. CLIENT ENSURES THAT NO CHANGE OR ALTERATION OF ANY KIND SHALL BE MADE TO THESE DRAWINGS, AT ANY TIME, WHETHER DURING DESIGN, PLAN CHECK, RECHECK, DURING OR AFTER CONSTRUCTION. CLIENT RELEASES ARC ENGINEERING FROM ALL DAMAGES, FINES OR FEES INCURRED BY CHANGES MADE WITHOUT CONSENT OF ARC ENGINEERING.

9 S101

2

6"

BEAM PER PLAN 2 A103

3.5" X 9.25" PARALLAM BEAM

4x4 #1 D.F. GUARDRAIL POST w/ (2) 1/2"Ø LAG-SCREWS RAFTER JOISTS PER PLAN w/ HANGERS TO BEAM

5

3' - 8"

1

4x4 #1 D.F. GUARDRAIL POST w/ (2) 1/2"Ø LAG-SCREWS

6"

9 S101 4 AC x6 E4 4

9 S101 4 AC x6 E4 4

7 5/8" CMU BLOCK WALL WITH #4 VERTICAL REBAR AT 16"O.C. AND #3 HORRIZONTAL REBAR EVERY OTHER COURSE

4 S102

5

STAIR CONNECTION TO BUILDING 1 1/2" = 1'-0"

2

SECTION THROUGH STAIRS 1/2" = 1'-0"


East Village Creative

We traveled to Marfa, TX for an extended stay to gain an understanding of its dynamic culture and vast landscapes. Marfaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s current state of being is a blend of generational families derived from an evolved freight headquarters and a an evergrowing art scene. spawned from the residence of minimalist artist, Donald Judd. The juxtaposition of these two cultures has become a rich blend of local heritage and a fluctuating population of creative outsiders. The project directive was to develop a drive-in movie theatre informed by MOSâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; current proposal. A tower was developed to absorb the influx of traveling persons and reduce their footprint by elevating them from the ground. Festivels and times of travel have been known to double


Adaptive Computational Ecologies

This thesis questions the role of designers in the future and how we might begin to rethink the approach to design of habitable spaces in an environment of emerging complexities. To meet the demands of the public for the creation of cus-tomizable space, the designer must seek out alternative methods of process which have the potential of yielding dy-namic results. The mass-customization of habitable space must be directly influenced by user input and it is the role of the designer to develop a platform in which the general public can intuitively generate personalized space.

RULES 1. If d > X, respawn 2. More controlled agents, interior ribbing to define surface/ members.

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This platform for design can be seen as the generation of software, developed for specific conditions informed by the needs and wants of the user. I have begun the development of an applet that generates space based on specific site and societal conditions. The creation of this applet provided a tool in which I was able to rethink the typical residential unit through the active manipulation of design parameters and constraints.

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The system for the creation of space via a digital interface (applet) is based on computational agency. The use of autonomous agents designed to take decisions at local levels results in formations of space derived from complexity, adaptation, and heterogeneity. Simple rules were tested, adapted and altered or dismissed through the initial pro-cesses of system exploration. Based on my research, I have developed a system by which habitable space is generated through the interaction of agents, site, and user. The typical residential unit has evolved into a dynamic system of spatial consideration ca-pable of meeting the demands of mass-customization, complex-ity, adaptation, and heterogeneity. Integrated Furniture: A piece of furniture is no longer a stand-alone object, it has been


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hapaYoga // customLockers This presentation stand was developed as the proper presentation of my work is suited for digital displays capable of displaying motion. This presentation stand was developed as the proper presentation of my work is suited for digital displays capable of displaying motion.


servingTray

This thesis questions the role of designers in the future and how we might begin to rethink the approach to design of habitable spaces in an environment of emerging complexities. To meet the demands of the public for the creation of cus-tomizable space, the designer must seek out alternative methods of process which have the potential of yielding dy-namic results. The mass-customization of habitable space must be directly influenced by user input and it is the role of the designer to develop a platform in which the general public can intuitively generate personalized space. This platform for design can be seen as the generation of software, developed for specific conditions related to the needs and wants of the user. I have begun the development of an applet that generates space based on specific site and societal conditions. The creation of this applet provided a tool in which I was able to rethink the typical residential unit through the active manipulation of design parameters and constraints. The system for the creation of space via a digital interface (applet) is based on computational agency. The use of


lampShades 0.1

This thesis questions the role of designers in the future and how we might begin to rethink the approach to design of habitable spaces in an environment of emerging complexities. To meet the demands of the public for the creation of cus-tomizable space, the designer must seek out alternative methods of process which have the potential of yielding dy-namic results. The mass-customization of habitable space must be directly influenced by user input and it is the role of the designer to develop a platform in which the general public can intuitively generate personalized space. This platform for design can be seen as the generation of software, developed for specific conditions related to the needs and wants of the user. I have begun the development of an


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