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LIVE LIVEWELL ARCH 892 _ Comprehensive Studio Prof. Ulrike Heine, Ufuk Ersoy, and Dustin Albright Chris Paris + Sam Pruitt

A LIVE+LEARN CLEMSON GRADUATE COMMUNITY Provide all the amenities of an OFF-campus community coupled with the convenience of ON-campus life.


site analysis ::

- Connect to the site by way of Lightsey Bridge. - Use the site as a distinct linkage to the Botanical Gardens.

- Divide the site into working zones. - Public (closest to core campus) Private (middle site) and Greenspace (Northern edge).


process ::

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Begin by distilling the project program into three primary headings.

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Conceptualize how these pieces interact. Where are they located on site? What are vital adjacencies?

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Use areas of intersection/framed openings to develop a broad spectrum of activity suited to the diverse needs of every graduate resident.


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1. appropriately place building volumes to align with and emphasize the varying zones established on site.

2. Hollow out residential volumes to allow for single-loaded corridor typology providing greater unit autonomy and improved natural daylighting.


3. angle inner residential wings in providing enhanced view

corridors to the botanical gardens and breaking the direct exposure of units across the courtyard.

4. angle the public block to emphasize connection to core campus and bookend traffic entering site from lightsey bridge.


SITE PLAN :: and aerial perspective


Green space preserved and enhanced for use by the greater public.

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Green space reserved for “backyard� style gathering amongst the residents

Private, Comfortable apartments.

Study Lounge :: connected to Residential units while looking onto the plaza.

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Fitness Complex :: Weight Training, Cardio, and fitness classes.

Public Plaza, Amphitheater, and Cafe

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LEVEL ONE :: Gym Mezzanine and Residential first floor

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Residential Parking, Cafe, and fitness

FLOOR PLANS :: 1/64”=1’ GROUND LEVEL


LEVEL THREE :: Typical third-sixth floors

LEVEL TWO :: Residential second floor


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1 metal coping to cap parapet 2 3-ply bituminous roofing membrane over 5/8” gypsum sheathing (wrap up parapet and under metal cap)

11 6” steel stud framing (to form spandrel back panel and structure for exterior ceiling)

3 tapered rigid insulation @ 1/4” to 1’

13 6” figerglass batt insulation

4 continuous flashing with drip edge

14 aluminum panel cladding system

12 rigid insulation

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5 spandrel panel tinted to match other glazing

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6 8” pre-cast square column 7 double-glazing curtain wall system

15 TURFSTONE plantable paver

8 extruded aluminum mulion cap

17 2” coase sand

9 pre-cast hollow-core slab with site-cast concrete topping

18 12“ compacted crushed gravel

10 curtain wall mulion anchor

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19 5’ spread column footing

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1 GYM + 3 COURTYARD SECTIONS :: 1/64”=1’

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W1 GYM SECTION :: 1/8”=1’ 1 metal coping to cap parapet 2 3-ply bituminous roofing membrane over 5/8” gypsum sheathing (wrap up parapet and under metal cap)

11 6” steel stud framing (to form spandrel back panel and structure for exterior ceiling)

3 tapered rigid insulation @ 1/4” to 1’

13 6” figerglass batt insulation

4 continuous flashing with drip edge

14 aluminum panel cladding system

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12 rigid insulation

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5 spandrel panel tinted to match other glazing

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6 8” pre-cast square column 7 double-glazing curtain wall system

15 TURFSTONE plantable paver

8 extruded aluminum mulion cap

17 2” coase sand

9 pre-cast hollow-core slab with site-cast concrete topping

18 12“ compacted crushed gravel

10 curtain wall mulion anchor

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16 3” topsoil

19 5’ spread column footing

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2 LOGITUDINAL SECTION :: 1/64”=1’


bituminous roof membrane

6” slab-on-grade

interlocking wood deck tiles

6” crushed gravel base

vapor barrier wrapping opening and exteding into apartment

continuous 6’spread footing at base of wall (4’below grade)

continuous aluminum flashing detail cable railing

rigid insulation along face of wall 5.5“ x 9” glue-laminated beam

drainage pipe within crushed gravel drainage layer

8”x8” tube steel column joist cap thin-set concrete over metal decking

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2x6 stud frame ceiling clad in 5/8” gypsum board sprinkler system laid above ceiling supply air ducts dropped below ceiling 7-ply CLT floor slabs (double-spline slab connection) laminate flooring over sound-proofing ruberized matt

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precast hollow core slab covered with continuous concrete topping. *grouted shear key pre-cast 24” double tee flooring with sitecast continuous concrete topping pre-cast inverted T beam 18” pre-cast concrete column 8’x2’ spread column footing (4’below grade)

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W2 GYM SECTION :: 3/64”=1’

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5” figerglass batt insulation in 2x6 stud frame plumbing wall continuous rigid insulation

cast-stone cap (custom tinted to match brick veneer

aluminum panel cladding system

8” CMU black brick veneer (anchored to CMU) 2x10 stud framing. fill with 9 inches of figerglass batt insulation fixed-pane window sliding patio doors tapered rigid insulation beneath bituminous roof membrane

6” slab-on-grade

interlocking wood deck tiles

6” crushed gravel base

vapor barrier wrapping opening and exteding into apartment

continuous 6’spread footing at base of wall (4’below grade)

continuous aluminum flashing detail cable railing

rigid insulation along face of wall 5.5“ x 9” glue-laminated beam

drainage pipe within crushed gravel drainage layer

8”x8” tube steel column joist cap thin-set concrete over metal decking

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basement level :: 1/16” = 1’

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outdoor corridor :: 1/16” = 1’

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2x6 stud frame ceiling clad in 5/8” gypsum board

balcony extension :: 1/16”


metal coping to cap parapet (continuous flashing up the back of wall and under coping) 3-ply bituminous roofing membrane over 5/8” gypsum sheathing. tapered rigid insulation @ 1/4” to 1’

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operable shutter mounted with barn door slider 4’ wide sliding window

continuous flashing with drip edge

1x2 and 2x2 wood louvers fixed to a 1/2” plywood backing

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5-ply CLT shear walls with vapor barrier on outer face

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rigid insulation

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parapet wall :: 1/4” = 1’

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bedroom window :: 1/4” = 1’


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bedroom (above) 1. 1(below) apartments.

and 2 bedroom This configuration serves as the largest expansion of the base unit. It features a 5 foot deep frame around the glazed living-room wall. This configuration provides an additional 55SF of outdoor living space as an extension of the living/ public zone in the apartment.

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bedroom (above) and 2 bedroom 1 bedroom (above) 2. 1(below) apartments. This configuration 3. (below) apartments. serves as a conditioned extension of the base unit.

and 2 bedroom This configuration serves as a baseline typologie or the residential units.

It features a 3 foot deep frame around the glazed living-room wall with inset juliette balcony. In this unit the glazing is pushed OUT an additional 2 feet adding 22 SF of indoor living space.

It features a 1 foot deep frame around the glazed living-room wall with inset juliette balcony; allowing residents to open the living space to the outdoors without living outside.


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Supply Ducts Return Ducts - Efficient VAV system - 6 25’x7’x4’ Packaged units housed on residential roof top to service apartments. (25 ton capacity) - 2 units housed on cafe roof; 1 36’x7’x8’ (65 ton capacity) to service fitness complex; 1 17’x7’x5’ (22 ton capacity) to service cafe.


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Necessitated by the 20 foot span of the CLT panels, a second bearing wall is introduced which acts as a point load Floor slabs spaced to accomodate falling between two are of the girders. 10 feet of inhabitable space on each level. The parking garage below has a floor-to-ceiling height of 15 feet.

The parking structure is designed with pre-cast columns and girders. The structrual bay is 32 feet deep to accomodate vehicular circulation as well as correspond with the apartments above.

A secondary structure consisting of 6” steel columns and glu-lam beams is used to structure the open-air corridors to the

The parking structure designed back with and provide a isheader pre-cast columns bearing walls.and girders. The structrual bay is 32 feet deep to accomodate vehicular circulation as well as correspond with the apartments above.

Constructed of CLT, the exterior wall acts as shear reinforcment for the building. Necessitated by the 20 foot span of the CLT panels, a second bearing wall is introduced which acts as a point load falling between two of the girders.

Bearing walls set at 32 feet provide the 20’-0” primary load path for compressive forces through the building. These walls transfer the load of the apartments through the structure to the corresponding girders below.

Bearing walls set at 32 feet provide the primary load path for compressive forces through the building. These walls transfer the load of the apartments through the structure to the corresponding girders below.

Necessitated by the 20 foot span of the CLT panels, a second bearing wall is introduced which acts as a point load falling between two of the girders.

A secondary structure consisting of 6” steel columns and glu-lam beams is used to structure the open-air corridors and provide a header back to the bearing walls.

A secondary structure consisting of 6” steel columns and glu-lam beams is used to structure the open-air corridors and provide a header back to the bearing walls.

Constructed of CLT, the exterior wall acts as shear reinforcment for the building.

Constructed of CLT, the exterior wall acts as shear reinforcment for the building.

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Gym Section Diagram: Conditioned air is supplied on the ground leveland returns at the top of the light well. Circulation isaided by natural convection due to the rising of the onditioned air as it is warmed in the space.

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10’-0” 10’-0” 10’-0” 10’-0” 10’-0” 10’-0” 15’-0”

Floor slabs are spaced to accomodate 10 feet of inhabitable space on each level. The parking garage below has a floor-to-ceiling height of 15 feet.

The parking structure is designed with pre-cast columns and girders. The structrual bay is 32 feet deep to accomodate vehicular circulation as well as correspond with the apartments above.

Bearing walls set at 32 feet provide the primary load path for compressive forces through the building. These walls transfer the load of the apartments through the structure to the corresponding girders below.


20’-0”

Necessitated by the 20 foot span of the CLT panels, a second bearing wall is introduced which acts as a point load falling between two of the girders.

A secondary structure consisting of 6” steel columns and glu-lam beams is used to structure the open-air corridors and provide a header back to the bearing walls.

Constructed of CLT, the exterior wall acts as shear reinforcment for the building.


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Chris Paris and Sam Pruitt Comprehensive Studio Spring 2013

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