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Selection of Work From 2010 - 2017

Christina Nguyen


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Christina Nguyen 567 FLUSHING AVE, APT 407 BROOKLYN, NY 11206 t: +1 813 294 6060 w: christina-nguyen.com

SELECTION OF WORK 005

PRESS HOUSE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

2017

017

EASTON TOWN CENTER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

2016

033

THE GLASSHOUSE ON THE HUDSON . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

2016

047

NOBU CHRYSLER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

2016

057

METLIFE VISITOR CENTER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

2016

067

HUDSON LIGHTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

2015

077

THE POINT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

2015

087

HIGH BRIDGE: BRONX . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

2010

095

UNEARTH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

2016

099

WALLCASE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

2015

107

DUCK-WORK . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

2014

129

FIELD & FRAME . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

2013

135

THE NOISE IS TOO MUCH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

2012

143

FINE & DANDY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

2010

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Press House

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Press House

Press House RESIDENTIAL BUILDINGS Office: Rockwell Group, 2017 Client: Foulger-Pratt Site: Washington, D.C. Size: 446,000 sqf Status: Construction scheduled 2017 Press House comprises 301 and 331 N Street, two new residential buildings on a historic site in Washington, DC. Rockwell Group designed the amenity spaces as well as the unit layouts. AA Studio designed the exterior facades, maintaining one’s historic character while giving the other a contemporary look. Press House avoids the problem of underutilized amenity spaces but creating ones that emphasize community and neighborhood.

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IN

Press House concept

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UNION DISTRICT

THE SITE

1931 1963

301 N TODAY

WASHINGTON D.C.

1 P 96 M AN 3 AT TO CH N IN E C 1 G OL I H 963 IN O AV M TR R E LK O A DU DR CE EA D M

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1933-1945 FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT

E SP NN EE ED CH Y

1929-1933 HERBERT HOOVER

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U.S.A.

1 IN 95 DE KJ 1 VE ET LO PR 1 PE IN M 961 O D TIN O K

1 P 69 N APE 0 EW R 1 SP MA TI 931 AP KI M ES ER NG N IN & EW AM RO ER M IC AN A DE BU T 1 M 93 LI AC 9 BR LE AR IS Y H 1 O F Q 940 CO G UA RA R N G PH TER RE IC LY SS AR JO TS UR N AL O F 1 FD 943 R FI RE 1 SI TE 947 DE LE C CH VI ON SI G AT O R S N E SS O N

1 1 63 AM ST 9 (C E BO AM RI OK BR CA P RI ID N G TE E) D

Press House

301 N RESIDENCES

NATIONAL CAPITAL PRINT

AN OASIS IN THE CITY

301 N

1945-1953 1953-1961 1961-1963 HARRY S. TRUMAN DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER JOHN F. KENNEDY

NATIONAL CAPITAL PRESS COMPANY ACTIVE YEARS


Press House

301 N AND 331 N STREETS NE washington, dc

301 N AND 331 N STREETS NE

PERSPECTIVE - 3RD AND N STREETS

301/331 N STREET NE

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301/331 N Street NE Washington, DC 20002

MARCH 24, 2016

Record Architect Torti Gallas Urban, Inc. 1326 H Street, NE - 2nd Flr Washington, DC 20002 202.232.3132 Owner Foulger-Pratt 240.499.9600 Design Architect AA Studio 212.431.6162 Interior Designer Rockwell Group 212.463.0334 Structural Engineer The SK&A Group 202.659.2520 MEP Engineer Jordan & Skala Engineers 703.483.3730 Civil Engineer Bohler Engineering 202.524.5700 Landscape Architect Olin 215.440.0300

Key Plan

Issue No.

Revisions No.

Date

Date

Cover Sheet

5/27/2016 3:59:15 PM

Press House and 301/331 N Street views

JOB #14224.05

SD - BUILDING PHASE MAY 27, 2016 7

SD - BUILDING PHASE - 05.27.16

(RENDERING FROM AA STUDIOS)

Date 5/12/2016 Principal In Charge SE, SA Project Architect AG, MH Approved APV Drawn MH, AG, SA Job No. Project Number Scale Drawing No.

AG001


Press House

ENTRY

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ENTRY TO GARDEN

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1 - Elevator Lobby 2 - Lobby & Reception 3 - Coffee Bar 4 - Package Room 5 - Mailroom 6 - Social Media Wall 7 - Leasing Office

8 - Gym Overlook 9 - Studio 10 - Workshop 11 - Bike Club 12 - Pet Spa 13 - Laundry Drop Off

Ground floor plan

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Press House

Lobby Entrance and Cafe

Section details of Cafe and feature ceiling

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Press House

1 - Elevator Lobby 2 - Library 3 - Outdoor Nook 4 - Outdoor Lounge 5 - Communal Lounge 6 - Grilling & Dining 7 - Firepit 8 - Party Rooms 9 - Tanning Deck 10 - Pool 11 - Spa Pool 12 - Cabanas

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12 6 Level 12 Amenity floor plan

BOOK WALL WRAP

MARBLE COUNTER

WOOD CEILING

PORCELAIN TILE

BRICK WALL

AREA RUG

BLACKENED METAL DESK

STENCILED CONCRETE FLOOR

Material palette LOBBY MATERIALS ENTRY LEVEL

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301-331 N. STREET - SCHEMATIC DESIGN - 100% 9.23.2016

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Press House

Level 12 Amenity Living Room

Level 12 Amenity Party Room

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Press House

QUARTZITE COUNTERTOP

DARK WOOD DETAILS

CABINET DETAIL

FRENCH DOOR FRENCH REFRIGERATOR DOOR

SINGLE LEVER PULL DOWN FAUCET

ELECTRIC RANGE

DISHWASHER

REFRIGERATOR

KITCHEN ELEMENTS 301 APARTMENTS 301-331 N. STREET - SCHEMATIC DESIGN - 100% 9.23.2016

GLASS SHOWER DOOR

PORCELAIN & SUBWAY TILE

SINGLE LEVER FAUCET

SHOWER HEAD & VALVE

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VANITY WITH STORAGE BELOW

TISSUE HOLDER

TOWEL BAR

ROBE HOOK

BATHROOM ELEMENTS 301 APARTMENTS 301-331 N. STREET - SCHEMATIC DESIGN - 100% 9.23.2016

301 Material palette

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Press House

Typical 301 corridor and apartment unit

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Press House

QUARTZITE COUNTERTOP

SLIDING GLASS SCREEN

CABINET DETAIL

FRENCH DOOR FRENCH REFRIGERATOR DOOR

SINGLE LEVER PULL DOWN FAUCET

ELECTRIC RANGE

DISHWASHER

REFRIGERATOR

KITCHEN ELEMENTS 331 APARTMENTS 301-331 N. STREET - SCHEMATIC DESIGN - 100% 9.23.2016

GLASS SHOWER DOOR

PORCELAIN TILE

SINGLE LEVER FAUCET

SHOWER HEAD & VALVE

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VANITY WITH STORAGE BELOW

TISSUE HOLDER

TOWEL BAR

ROBE HOOK

BATHROOM ELEMENTS 331 APARTMENTS 301-331 N. STREET - SCHEMATIC DESIGN - 100% 9.23.2016

331 Material palette

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Press House

Typical 331 corridor and apartment unit

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Easton Town Center

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Easton Town Center

Easton Town Center RETAIL EXPERIENCE Office: Rockwell Group, 2015-2016 Client: L Brands Site: Columbus, OH Size: 87,460 sqf Status: In construction Easton Town Center is one of the first indoor/outdoor shopping complexes in America. Easton Town Center is a combination of old and new styles, with the industrial aesthetic of the Station Building and the contemporary architecture of the Fashion District. By highlighting the existing structure, extending the skylights, creating a garden, and refreshing the interior finishes we elevate the users’ retail experience.

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Easton Town Center

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1 - South Entrance 2 - South Pavilion 3 - Main Concourse 4 - North Pavilion

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5 - AMC Escalator 6 - North Entrance 7 - West Concourse 8 - East Concourse

Station Building Ground level floor plan

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framing Columbus views... Easton Town Center

and oasis for gathering and dining...

options to grand stairs...

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sky platform

SKY PLATFORM

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ENTRANCE FROM EAST PARKING GARAGE

STATION BUILDING 9 8

00’) / AMC (100’) MAIN ENTRANCE

4’) / AMC (121’)

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ORS RS

3

7 ENTRANCE FROM CINEMA PLAZA ENTRANCE FROM WEST PARKING GARAGE

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grand stair


Easton Town Center

NEW COLUMN LIGHTS

PLANTER BOXES

NEW COLUMN PAINT

MEDIA MESH SCREEN

LIGHT LANDSCAPE

NEW WALL SCONCES

FRESH PAINT

NEW COLUMN BASE

NEW PLANTING ABOVE

RAINDROP CHANDELIER

NEW CHANDELIER

N/S Section through the Station Building

TYPOGRAPHIC SEATING

INTEGRATED SEATING PRODUCT DISPLAY CASE

INTERACTIVE RETAIL TOUCH SCREEN

INTEGRATED PLANTERS

CONCOURSE SEATING DIGITAL ANCHORS

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Easton Town Center

Column material palette and treatment

Railing treatment

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Easton Town Center

Views of the South Pavilion and North Island

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Easton Town Center

Views of the North Island

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Easton Town Center

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2

6 3 4

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1 - The Haus Building Envelope 2 - The Haus L2 3 - The Haus L1 4 - New Restaurant at existing Macy’s Parking Garage 5 - Covered Portal 6 - Artist Workspace North District exploded axonometric

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Easton Town Center

WORTH STREET 2

2

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6 5

8

1

RETAIL #2

7 4

3

3

ANN TAYLOR

EXIST. LOADING DOCK

North District 1 - Communal Seating & Planters 2 - Outdoor Seating Pavilion 3 - Green Pavers 4 - Biergarten Seating

5 - Penny Floor Tile with Signage 6 - Food Carts 7 - Water/Fire Feature 8 - Mosaic Wood Floor Tile 9 - Reclaimed Wood Flooring

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FENLON STREET

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Easton Town Center

North District Markthaus East Elevation 1 - Glass Facade 2 - L1 Market 3 - L2 Shared Workspace 4 - Operable Glass Walls 5 - Brewery 6 - Corten Steel Roof 7 - Perforated Brick Facade 8 - Green Silo

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5

8

1

North District Markthaus Section Facing West 1 - Gabion Bench Seating 2 - L1 Market 3 - L2 Shared Workspace 4 - Free Range Retail 5 - Brewery 6 - Painted Wall Tile 7 - Wood Slat Interior Ceiling 8 - Green Silo 9 - Sculptural Signage

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Easton Town Center

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Easton Town Center

North Disrtict Entry and Markthaus

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Easton Town Center

North Disrtict Markthaus interior and exterior

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Glasshouse on the Hudson

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Glasshouse on the Hudson

Glasshouse on the Hudson EVENT SPACE Office: Rockwell Group, 2016 Client: Chelsea Corporate Events, LLC Site: New York, NY Size: 50,000 sqf Status: Design Development The Glasshouse on the Hudson is a multipurpose event space above the FedEx facility on the west side of Manhattan. The space will be able to accommodate a range of events including weddings, fashion shows, concerts, and sporting events, and will fill a need for premier waterfront event space in Manhattan.

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ST

ENTRY 1

NW

2 660 TWELFTH AVE ENTRY 2 ENTRY 2

ENTRY 1

NW NW

ENTRY 1

SW

Site Views

SITE | STREET ENTRY

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100% SCHEMATIC DESIGN 12.30.2016

ENTRY 2

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AV E

SW SW 49

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SITE | STREET ENTRY

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SITE SCHEMATIC | STREET ENTRY 100% DESIGN 12.30.2016 100% SCHEMATIC DESIGN 12.30.2016 W 48 TH ST

2 2

660 TWELFTH AVE

TH

W

12

ST

Glasshouse ENTRY on 2 the Hudson

Site Plan

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Glasshouse on the Hudson

CLOUDSCAPE CITYSCAPE

CITYSCAPE RIVERFRONT

Site Concept

Site Concept

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Glasshouse on the Hudson

STAINLESS STL, LETTERS W/ LED BACK LIGHT

NEW STL. CANOPY

MAIN EVENT ENTRANCE ELEVATION

HANGING FABRIC ART

MIRRORED STAINLESS STEEL LAMINATE WALL

STEEL TUBE STRUCTURAL AWNING

STAINLESS STEEL LETTERS

UNDERSIDE OF AWNING MIRRORED STAINLESS STEEL WITH LED LIGHTS

FIBER OPTIC POINT LIGHTS IN SIDEWALK & LOBBY FLOOR

STAINLESS STEEL GLASSHOUSE LOGO EMBEDDED IN SIDEWALK

MAIN EVENT LOBBY SECTION

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12TH AVENUE

Glasshouse on the Hudson

MAIN EVENT WEST LOBBY PLAN

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Glasshouse on the Hudson

NEON SIGN (2) REQ’D 3/4” STL. ROD SUPPORT TIES

PROVIDE PAINTED STL. PLATE SIGN PANEL WITH PAINTED STL. TUBE OUTRIGGING

PROVIDE CORRUGATED STL. ROOFING ON PAINTED STL. SUPPORT CANOPY

EXISTING OVERHEAD DOOR, PAINT BY LOCAL ARTIST

EXISTING GRILL, FRAME & DOOR TO REMAIN, PAINT

BACKSTAGE PASS ENTRANCE ELEVATION

NEW STEEL CANOPY WITH NEON SIGNAGE

WALL GRAPHICS BY LOCAL ARTIST

FREIGHT ELEVATOR

EXISTING ROLL UP DOOR

BACKSTAGE PASS LOBBY SECTION

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Glasshouse on the Hudson

49TH STREET NEW STL. AWNING EXIST. OVERHEAD DOOR TO REMAIN NEW INTERIOR OVERHEAD DOOR RAMP UP

EXPOSED CONC. FLOOR, TYP.

EXPOSED CONC. WALLS, PAINT

BACKSTAGE PASS ENTRANCE

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Glasshouse on the Hudson

Backstage Pass entrance concept

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Glasshouse on the Hudson

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Glasshouse on the Hudson

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31’ 10”

A.5

TERRACE N

PREFUNCTION N

VIP BAR

B

BACKSTAGE PASS 20’-0”

FREIGHT ELEVATOR C

MAIN EVENT SIXTH FLOOR LOBBY

47’-1”

C.1

EVENT SPACE

STAGE

20’-0”

D

25’-11”

D.5

TERRACE S

PREFUNCTION S

E

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RTICIPATE 1.5

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COCKTAILS/ LOUNGE

TERRACE

A.5

LEVEL 06 | FLOOR PLAN

B

100% SCHEMATIC DESIGN 12.30.2016

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B

C C C.1 C.1

SHOWROOM D D

D.5 D.5

COCKTAILS/ LOUNGE

TERRACE

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E.5 E.5

AUTO SHOW 1.5

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TERRACE

COCKTAILS/ LOUNGE

B B

C

SHOWROOM

C C.1 C.1

D D

D.5 D.5

TERRACE

COCKTAILS/ LOUNGE

E E

E.5 E.5

Flexible event space floor plans

TRADE SHOW

CONCEPT DESIGN 2

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Glasshouse on the Hudson

Event space ceilings

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Glasshouse on the Hudson

DECORATIVE LIGHT FIXTURES

LED STRIP LIGHT FIXTURES

MIRROR LAMINATE ON WALLS STEEL TRIM AT DOOR FRAMES Level 06 Lobby elevation

Level 06 Lobby concept

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Glasshouse on the Hudson

LEVEL 06

LEVEL 05

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Nobu Chrysler

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Nobu Chrysler

Nobu Chrysler Deco Restaurant Office: Rockwell Group Client: Tishman Speyer, Nobu Site: Chrysler Building Size: 12,190 sqf Status: Schematic Design The proposed Nobu Chrysler restaurant showcases all the signature of the Nobu brand while integrating and transforming the art deco elements of the Chrysler building. The ground level holds the bar and lounge areas while dining is located on the arcade level.

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Nobu Chrysler

1 - Host Stand 2 - Lounge 3 - Sushi 4 - Kitchen 5 - Private Dining Room 6 - Wait Station 7 - Women’s Restroom 8 - Men’s Restroom 9 - Elevator

4

Seat Count: 124 Bar: 26 Lounge: 98

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2

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9

6

7 1 8

Nobu Chrysler Ground floor level

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Nobu Chrysler

Nobu Chrylster Entry and Lounge views

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Nobu Chrysler

Furniture selection for lounge floor

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Nobu Chrysler

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Nobu Chrysler

1 - Host Stand 2 - Dining 3 - Sushi 4 - Kitchen 5 - Service Bar 6 - Private Dining Room 7 - Wait Station 8 - Women’s Restroom

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Nobu Chrysler Arcade floor level

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9 - Men’s Restroom 10 - Storage 11 - Elevator Seat Count: 181 Dining Room: 127 Sushi Bar: 8 PDR: 46


Nobu Chrysler

Nobu Chrysler Arcade interior views

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Nobu Chrysler

Furniture selection for arcade dining floor

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Nobu Chrysler

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MetLife Corporate Campus

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MetLife Corporate Campus

MetLife Corporate Campus WELCOME CENTER & ATRIUM Office: Rockwell Group, 2015-2016 Client: MetLife, Inc. Site: New York, NY Size: 200,000 sqf Status: In construction MetLife is consolidating its five existing New York City corporate offices into one urban campus, which will be located in the MetLife Building at 200 Park Avenue. The consolidated campus will be a legacy space that captures the “new, reenergized MetLife.”

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MetLife Corporate Campus

Global workplace The goal of the new campus, and specifically its common spaces, is to build an atmosphere that is dynamic, forward-thinking, and elevates the workplace experience, creating a strong sense of place for visitors and all 2,000 employees alike. The two areas of focus include the Welcome Center and the Atrium. The Welcome Center provides wayfinding and amenities for employees, visitors, and customers. The Atrium is the heart of the workplace and promotes day-to-day interactions in an inspiring setting. Both spaces reflect and promote MetLife’s Global Workplace Strategy.

Axonometric diagram

EXECUTIVE LEVELS 56-57

ATRIUM LEVELS 3-6 WELCOME CENTER

MetLife scope

200 Park October 17 2016

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MetLife Corporate Campus

Level 3 floor plan

Level 4 floor plan

Level 5 floor plan

Level 6 floor plan

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MetLife Corporate Campus

Level 3 - 6 Elevations

Level 3 finish floor plan

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MetLife Corporate Campus

Level 6 oculus progress October 17 2016

Study views and model

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MetLife Corporate Campus

juice bar October 17 2016

Juice bar and welcome center views

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MetLife Corporate Campus

Atrium views

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MetLife Corporate Campus

Section through MetLife Corporate Campus

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MetLife Corporate Campus

Construction photos

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Hudson Lights

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Hudson Lights

Hudson Lights MIXED USE REDEVELOPMENT Office: Arquitectonica, 2011-present Client: Tucker Development Contractor: Turner Construction Site: Fort Lee, NJ Size: 200,000 sqf Status: Complete Phase 1 of the Hudson Lights development is comprised of a residential tower with 276 units and retail storefront. The site is ideally located across Manhattan in Fort Lee, New Jersey with views looking toward the GWB Bridge and the Hudson River.

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Hudson Lights

Retail corridor Hudson Lights is a mixed use development with a residential tower and retail podium. This redevelopment plan creates a new visual environment for the east end of Main Street, filling a sizeable void in the Main Street retail corridor. The project will create 200,000 sf of retail, 477 residential units and a 175-room hotel within a block of the GW Bridge, supported by 1,227 parking spaces. The storefront undulates in and out and each retail lot is expressed by a unique facade. Instead of using standard garage screens, a louver system was designed in house and fabricated by the manufacturer. The residential towers are designed as bars that interlock with each other.

Aerial rendering

Exterior view

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Hudson Lights

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MP-3C 90.000°

FORT LEE REDEVELOPMENT

MP-3B

FORT LEE, NEW JERSEY

82.500° 95.000°

97.500°

DEVELOPER:

MP-3C

799 CENTRAL AVENUE, SUITE 300 HIGHLAND PARK, IL 60035

TEL:847.926.9999 FAX:847.926.9996

DEVELOPER:

MP-2C1

MP-3B

MP-1C 520 U.S. HIGHWAY 22 BRIDGEWATER, NJ 08807

MP-2C2

TEL:908.725.8100 FAX:908.725.7127

ARCHITECT

MP-3C

MP-3B

MP-1C

MP-2C1

100 FIFTH AVENUE 10TH FLOOR NEW YORK, NY 10011 STRUCTURAL ENGINEER:

TEL:212.254.2700 FAX:212.522.9203

900 WEST VALLEY FORGE ROAD, SUITE 200 KING OF PRUSSIA, PA 19406-4525 CIVIL ENGINEER:

TEL:610.337.3360 FAX:610.337.3359

35 TECHNOLOGY DRIVE WARREN, NJ 07059 M.E.P. ENGINEERS:

TEL:908.668.8300 FAX:908.754.4401

512 SEVENTH AVENUE NEW YORK, NY 10018 TRAFFIC CONSULTANT

TEL:212.532.9600 FAX:212.689.7489

MP-2C2 MP-3C

MP-1C

STONEFIELD ENGINEERING & DESIGN

MP-2C1

MP-2C2 MP-AB

36 AMES AVENUE, SUITE 2B RUTHERFORD, NJ 07070 GEOTECHNICAL CONSULTANT

TEL:201.340.4468 FAX:201.340.4472

MELICK-TULLY & ASSOCIATES, P.C. 117 CANAL ROAD SOUTH BOUND BROOK, NJ 08880 ACCOUSTICAL ENGINEER:

MP-CC

TEL:732.356.3400 FAX:732.356.9054

CERAMI & ASSOCIATES

MP-AC

404 FIFTH AVENUE NEW YORK, NY 10018 CODE CONSULTANT

MP-CC2

TEL:212.370.1776 FAX:-

ARUP 77WATER STREET NEW YORK, NY 10005 ENVIRONMENTAL

SW METAL PANEL - TYPE 2 CORNER 2 AND TYPE 3 BEND

3

SW METAL PANEL - TYPE 3 CORNER

A.324.2

4

SW METAL PANEL - TYPE 2 CORNER

A.324.2

2 A.324.2

SW METAL PANEL - TYPE 1 CORNER

TEL:212.896.3000 FAX:-

LANGAN ENVIRONMENTAL AND ENGINEERING SERVICES

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619 RIVER DRIVE CENTER 1 TEL:201.794.6900 ELMWOOD PARK, NJ 07407 FAX:ENVELOPE AND WATERPROOFING CONSULTANT

A.324.2

FRANK SETA AND ASSOCIATES 244 WEST 30TH STREET, SUITE 206 NEW YORK, NY 10001 POOL

TEL:212.465.1600 FAX:-

AQUA DESIGN INTERNATIONAL 7534 N. LA CHOLLA BLVD TUCSON, AZ GENERAL CONTRACTOR

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TEL:520.219.8929 FAX:520.219.9438

TISHMAN CONSTRUCTION

90.000°

AN AECOM COMPANY

ONE RIVERFRONT PLAZA NEWARK, NJ 07102

TEL:973.649.4007 FAX:-

FORT LEE REDEVELOPMENT FORT LEE, NEW JERSEY

82.500°

97.500°

2 PANELS SPLICED = 10'-0"

EQ

EQ

EQ

799 CENTRAL AVENUE, SUITE 300 HIGHLAND PARK, IL 60035

EQ

TEL:847.926.9999 FAX:847.926.9996

2' - 0"

2 PANELS SPLICED = 10'-0"

DEVELOPER:

DEVELOPER:

MP-2C1

MP-1C 520 U.S. HIGHWAY 22 BRIDGEWATER, NJ 08807

TEL:908.725.8100 FAX:908.725.7127

2' - 0"

ARCHITECT

PROFILE C MP-1C

MP-2C1

MP-1C 2' - 0"

MP-2C1

100 FIFTH AVENUE 10TH FLOOR NEW YORK, NY 10011 STRUCTURAL ENGINEER:

TEL:212.254.2700 FAX:212.522.9203

900 WEST VALLEY FORGE ROAD, SUITE 200 KING OF PRUSSIA, PA 19406-4525 CIVIL ENGINEER:

TEL:610.337.3360 FAX:610.337.3359

35 TECHNOLOGY DRIVE WARREN, NJ 07059 M.E.P. ENGINEERS:

TEL:908.668.8300 FAX:908.754.4401

512 SEVENTH AVENUE NEW YORK, NY 10018 TRAFFIC CONSULTANT

TEL:212.532.9600 FAX:212.689.7489

STONEFIELD ENGINEERING & DESIGN

PROFILE C

36 AMES AVENUE, SUITE 2B RUTHERFORD, NJ 07070 GEOTECHNICAL CONSULTANT

TEL:201.340.4468 FAX:201.340.4472

MELICK-TULLY & ASSOCIATES, P.C. 117 CANAL ROAD SOUTH BOUND BROOK, NJ 08880 ACCOUSTICAL ENGINEER:

8' - 0"

MP-CC

TEL:732.356.3400 FAX:732.356.9054

PROFILE A

CERAMI & ASSOCIATES

MP-AC

404 FIFTH AVENUE NEW YORK, NY 10018 CODE CONSULTANT

TEL:212.370.1776 FAX:-

2' - 0"

ARUP

E 3 CORNER

4

SW METAL PANEL - TYPE 2 CORNER

A.324.2

PROFILE A

2

77WATER STREET NEW YORK, NY 10005 ENVIRONMENTAL

SW METAL PANEL - TYPE 1 CORNER

A.324.2

TEL:212.896.3000 FAX:-

LANGAN ENVIRONMENTAL AND ENGINEERING SERVICES

22

619 RIVER DRIVE CENTER 1 TEL:201.794.6900 ELMWOOD PARK, NJ 07407 FAX:ENVELOPE AND WATERPROOFING CONSULTANT

A.324.2

FRANK SETA AND ASSOCIATES 244 WEST 30TH STREET, SUITE 206 NEW YORK, NY 10001 POOL

Metal panel profiles

TEL:212.465.1600 FAX:-

Metal panel mock-up

2' - 0"

AQUA DESIGN INTERNATIONAL 7534 N. LA CHOLLA BLVD TUCSON, AZ GENERAL CONTRACTOR

PROFILE A

TEL:520.219.8929 FAX:520.219.9438

TISHMAN CONSTRUCTION AN AECOM COMPANY

TEL:973.649.4007 FAX:-

2' - 0"

ONE RIVERFRONT PLAZA NEWARK, NJ 07102

1/4" GAP

1/4" GAP

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SEAL/SIGNATURE/DATE: OFFICE REGISTRATION #:

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DATE

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11 PERMIT SET REVISIONS 3 03.04.2014

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Hudson Lights

Interior renderings of the residential lobby and amenity spaces

70


Hudson Lights

71


FORT LEE REDEVELOPMENT FORT LEE, NEW JERSEY

Hudson Lights

DEVELOPER:

799 CENTRAL AVENUE, SUITE 300 HIGHLAND PARK, IL 60035

TEL:847.926.99 FAX:847.926.99

DEVELOPER:

520 U.S. HIGHWAY 22 BRIDGEWATER, NJ 08807

TEL:908.725.81 FAX:908.725.71

ARCHITECT

1

D

C

16

2

16

3

17' - 11 1/4"

_ _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

A.320.2

FAE

FAE

799 CENTRAL AVENUE, SUITE 300 HIGHLAND PARK, IL 60035

PROVIDE 1" FOAM BAFFLE, EVERY 48" IN JOINT

FLASHING MEMBRANE

4' - 0" TYP.

6' - 11 1/2"

4' - 6"

A.330.6

SIM.

SPANDREL GLASS EPDM MEMBRANE

HSS, SEE STRUCTURAL

9

ST-5

ST-5

7"

12 A.840.1

CONCRETE CURB FORMED STEEL CLIPS PTD. ST-5 TO MATCH MULLION

ST-5 ST-5

ST-5

12"

ST-5

ST-5

SIM.

2 A.840.1

TYP.

TRAFFIC COATING

ST-5

ST-5

ST-5

DRAIN, SEE PLUMBING 2 A.840.1

1"

WALL SECTION DETAIL

1 1/2" = 1'-0"

MEZZANINE 308'-6"

MTL-14

8' - 0" TEL:908.668.8300 FAX:908.754.4401

512 SEVENTH AVENUE NEW YORK, NY 10018 TRAFFIC CONSULTANT

TEL:212.532.9600 FAX:212.689.7489

619 RIVER DRIVE CENTER 1 TEL:201.794.69 ELMWOOD PARK, NJ 07407 FAX:ENVELOPE AND WATERPROOFING CONSULTANT

FRANK SETA AND ASSOCIATES 244 WEST 30TH STREET, SUITE 206 NEW YORK, NY 10001 POOL

7534 N. LA CHOLLA BLVD TUCSON, AZ GENERAL CONTRACTOR

117 CANAL ROAD SOUTH BOUND BROOK, NJ 08880 ACCOUSTICAL ENGINEER:

ST-5

ST-5

MTL-14

MTL-14

GL-2

GL-2

TEL:520.219.89 FAX:520.219.94

TISHMAN CONSTRUCTION

2ND FLOOR 318'-6"

TEL:201.340.4468 FAX:201.340.4472

ST-5

TEL:212.465.16 FAX:-

AQUA DESIGN INTERNATIONAL

MELICK-TULLY & ASSOCIATES, P.C.

AN AECOM COMPANY

ONE RIVERFRONT PLAZA NEWARK, NJ 07102

TEL:973.649.40 FAX:-

TEL:732.356.3400 FAX:732.356.9054

CERAMI & ASSOCIATES

SLAB, SEE STRUCT.

TEL:212.370.1776 FAX:-

77WATER STREET NEW YORK, NY 10005 ENVIRONMENTAL

STRUCT. SLAB, SEE STRUC.

7

MTL-14

MTL-14

MTL-14

MTL-14

MTL-14

MTL-14

WALL SECTION DETAIL MTL-14

1 1/2" = 1'-0"

TEL:212.896.3000 FAX:-

LANGAN ENVIRONMENTAL AND ENGINEERING SERVICES 619 RIVER DRIVE CENTER 1 TEL:201.794.6900 ELMWOOD PARK, NJ 07407 FAX:ENVELOPE AND WATERPROOFING CONSULTANT

RIGID INSULATION PINNED TO UNDERSIDE OF SECOND FLOOR SLAB, TYP. ENTIRE SECOND FLOOR SLAB

DRAIN, SEE PLUMBING

A.330.3

MTL-14

MTL-14

MTL-14

TEL:610.337.3360 FAX:610.337.3359

35 TECHNOLOGY DRIVE WARREN, NJ 07059 M.E.P. ENGINEERS:

TEL:212.896.30 FAX:-

LANGAN ENVIRONMENTAL AND ENGINEERING SERVICES

ARUP

11

DIMENSION TO BE VERIFIED BY EXTERIOR WALL CONTRACTOR.

900 WEST VALLEY FORGE ROAD, SUITE 200 KING OF PRUSSIA, PA 19406-4525 CIVIL ENGINEER:

404 FIFTH AVENUE NEW YORK, NY 10018 CODE CONSULTANT

RIGID INSULATION PINNED TO UNDERSIDE OF SECOND FLOOR SLAB, TYP. ENTIRE SECOND FLOOR SLAB

TYP.

TEL:212.254.2700 FAX:212.522.9203

STONEFIELD ENGINEERING & DESIGN

2ND FLOOR 318'-6"

SIM

77WATER STREET NEW YORK, NY 10005 ENVIRONMENTAL

TEL:908.725.8100 FAX:908.725.7127

100 FIFTH AVENUE 10TH FLOOR NEW YORK, NY 10011 STRUCTURAL ENGINEER:

36 AMES AVENUE, SUITE 2B RUTHERFORD, NJ 07070 GEOTECHNICAL CONSULTANT

ST-5

ST-5

TEL:212.370.17 FAX:-

ARUP

ARCHITECT

REINFORCED EPDM MEMBRANE

2ND FLOOR 318'-6"

7 A.330.6

SEE ELEVATION

12 A.840.1

1

_ _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

1' - 0"

9"

7"

520 U.S. HIGHWAY 22 BRIDGEWATER, NJ 08807

WEATHER SEALANT AIR & VAPOR BARRIER

PTD. ALUMINUM MULLION

TRAFFIC COATING

9

2ND FLOOR 318'-6"

SEALANT PTD.13ALUMINUM MULLION SEALANT & BACKER ROD SEALANT & BACKER ROD SPANDREL GLASS

00°

CHANNEL STUD BATT INSULATION EXTERIOR SHEATHING

TEL:847.926.9999 FAX:847.926.9996

DEVELOPER:

EPDM MEMBRANE TERMINATED WITH TERMINATION BAR AND SEALANT

REGLET SEALANT & BACKER ROD

TEL:732.356.34 FAX:732.356.90

404 FIFTH AVENUE NEW YORK, NY 10018 CODE CONSULTANT

SLOPE 1/4" / 1 FT

PTD. INSULATED METAL PANEL

11

AIR & VAPOR BARRIER

BOXED STUD HEADER EXTERIOR SHEATHING CHANNEL STUD 3" 1' - 7" HAT CHANNEL G-PROFILE CLIP HSS, SEE STRUCT. FORMED STEEL CLIPS PTD. TO MATCH MULLION CONCRETE CURB S.S. FLASHING 1/2" WEEP HOLE EVERY 4'-0"

117 CANAL ROAD SOUTH BOUND BROOK, NJ 08880 ACCOUSTICAL ENGINEER:

CERAMI & ASSOCIATES

PTD. ALUMINUM MULLION

SEE ELEVATION FLASHING MEMBRANE

TEL:201.340.44 FAX:201.340.44

MELICK-TULLY & ASSOCIATES, P.C.

FORT LEE, NEW JERSEY DEVELOPER:

SEE PLAN

SLOPE

4' - 5"

TEL:212.532.96 FAX:212.689.74

36 AMES AVENUE, SUITE 2B RUTHERFORD, NJ 07070 GEOTECHNICAL CONSULTANT

FORT LEE REDEVELOPMENT

NEOPRENE PAD FLASHING MEMBRANE

SEE PLAN

TEL:908.668.83 FAX:908.754.44

STONEFIELD ENGINEERING & DESIGN

METAL COPING PTD. TO MATCH MULLION, WITH PRESSURE PLATE TO SEAL EDGE

FAE

TEL:610.337.33 FAX:610.337.33

35 TECHNOLOGY DRIVE WARREN, NJ 07059 M.E.P. ENGINEERS:

512 SEVENTH AVENUE NEW YORK, NY 10018 TRAFFIC CONSULTANT

FAE

FAE

BOXED STUD HEADER N.I.C.

TEL:212.254.27 FAX:212.522.92

900 WEST VALLEY FORGE ROAD, SUITE 200 KING OF PRUSSIA, PA 19406-4525 CIVIL ENGINEER:

A.331.2

55' - 0"

/8"

FAE

100 FIFTH AVENUE 10TH FLOOR NEW YORK, NY 10011 STRUCTURAL ENGINEER:

_ _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

FRANK SETA AND ASSOCIATES 244 WEST 30TH STREET, SUITE 206 NEW YORK, NY 10001 POOL

TEL:212.465.1600 FAX:-

AQUA DESIGN INTERNATIONAL 7534 N. LA CHOLLA BLVD TUCSON, AZ GENERAL CONTRACTOR

TEL:520.219.8929 FAX:520.219.9438

TISHMAN CONSTRUCTION

2

AN AECOM COMPANY

MTL-14

MTL-14 A.330.3

ONE RIVERFRONT PLAZA NEWARK, NJ 07102

TEL:973.649.4007 FAX:-

CL

N.I.C. 3' - 8"

3' - 8"

GL-2

GL-2

22' - 0"

FAE

3' - 0"

ALIGN, TYP. GL-2

SHIMS AS REQ'D SEE ELEVATION FLASHING MEMBRANE BOXED STUD HEADER, TYP.

GL-2

GL-2

GL-2

GL-2

HSS

11

GL-2

GL-2

FORT LEE REDEVELOPMENT

REGLET

GL-2

9

DEVELOPER: FORT LEE REDEVELOPMENT

12 A.840.1

3' - 8"

CONCRETE GUARD, SEE STRUC.

BATT INSULATION GYPSUM CEILING EXTERIOR SHEATHING EPDM MEMBRANE

G-111 3' - 8"

FORT LEE, NEW JERSEY

CHANNEL STUD

SIM.

2ND FLOOR 318'-6" 3' - 8"

3' - 8"

AIR & VAPOR BARRIER SEALANT

3' - 8"

3' - 8"

1' - 8 3/4"

3' - 8"

3' - 8"

3' - 8"

REGLET

3' - 8"

3' - 8"

S.S. THRU WALL FLASHING

D

1 1/2" = 1'-0"

1

1 1/2" = 1'-0"

TYP.

9"

ST-5

2ND FLOOR ST-5 318'-6"

ST-5

WALL SECTION DETAIL

1 1/2" = 1'-0"

FAE

1

_ _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

ST-5

ALIGN, TYP.

ST-5

N.I.C.

ST-5

ST-5

1 1/2" = 1'-0"

ST-5

MTL-14

1/2" WEEP

ST-5 ST-5

SEE PLAN

ST-5

11

12 1' - 2"

2 A.840.1

7"

MTL-14

MTL-14

C

TYP. 12 A.840.1

SIM.

A C D 9 11 12

PTD. INSULATED METAL PANEL

AL PANEL, COLOR TO BE SELECTED BY T

1"

6"

1 3/4"

6"

7/8"

05.05.2015

MTL-14

MTL-14

MTL-14

MTL-14

MTL-14

MTL-14

GL-2

GL-2

BOXED STUD HEADER

GL-2

MTL-14

GL-2 EQ

GL-2

GL-2

CEMENT BOARD AT LOADING DOCK AND GARAGE ENTRY

3' - 8"

1 1/2" = 1'-0"

3' - 8"

3' - 8"

MTL-14

5

A.330.3

WALL SECTION DETAIL

1 1/2" = 1'-0"

5/8" 4 1/2"

1"

MTL-14

GL-2

GL-2

8

3' - 8"

6" 5/8"

A.330.1

C

MEZZANINE 308'-6" GL-2

3' - 8"

GL-2

3' - 8"

3' - 8"

GL-2

GL-2

1 1/2" = 1'-0"

MTL-14

PTD. ALUMINUM MULLION

1 1/2" = 1'-0" A.330.1

1/2" = 1'-0"

1 A.320.2

MTL-14

MTL-14

11

PITCH

MTL-14

1 A.330.3

MTL-14

GL-2

MTL-14

GL-2

MTL-14

3' - 8"

DRAWING TITLE

STOREFRONT GL-2 FACADE PTD. ALUMINUM MULLION DETAILS

D

GL-2

A B DRAWING TITLE

STOREFRONT FACADE SE BLOCK MTL-14

N

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GL-2

VISION GLASS

N DATE: 02/20/2015 GL-2 SUSPENDED ACOUSTICAL CEILING

G-110

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GL-2

GL-2

GL

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WALL SECTION DETAIL AT RETAIL FACADE CANTILEVER WALL SECTION DETAIL 5(SOLID)

GROUND FLOOR AT STOREFRONT

MAIN RUNNER A B 1" x 1" x 16GA. CONTINUOUS PERIMETER ANGLE

EQ

GL-2

6" 3' - 8" 2 1/2"

ST

KEY PLAN:

PLAN: CONT. STL.KEYPLATE ALONG ENTIRE FACADE

C D GL-2 GL-2 PTD. STORM RESISTANT LOUVER TO MATCH MULLION

GL-2

3' - 8"

ST-5

SIM

SEALANT & BACKER ROD 3' - 8" SEALANT & BACKER ROD

3' - 8"

9' - 0"

VISION GLASS

4' - 7 3/4"

ST-5

ST-5

7 A.330.6

S.S. FLASHING SEALANT MTL-14 1/2" WEEP HOLE EVERY 4'-0"

MTL-14

STRUCT. SLAB, SEE STRUC. GL-2

ST-5

DATE

BOXED STUD HEADER

2ND FLOOR 318'-6"

3' - 8"

A.330.3

GL-2

3' - 8"

WALL SECTION DETAIL

1 1/2" = 1'-0"

2 A.330.1

LB-1 LB-1

G-110

3' - 8"

3' - 8"

3' - 8"

3' - 8"

3' - 8"

3' - 8"

3' - 8"

3' - 8"

3' - 8"

3' - 8"

9' - 0"

G-111 3' - 8"

7 A.330.0

TEL:973.649.40 01.14.2013 FAX:02.18.2013 03.14.2013 05.03.2013 06.14.2013 03.04.2014 VARIES

5/8"

GYPSUM WALLBOARD

DESCRIPTION

CLIP ADDENDUM A G-PROFILE 03.14.2013 ADDENDUM C SEE ELEVATION 05.03.2013 ADDENDUM D 06.14.2013 Z-BAR PERMIT SET REVISIONS 2 12.06.2013 RIGID INSULATION PERMIT SET REVISIONS 3 03.04.2014 SHEATHING BULLETINEXTERIOR 2 10.20.2014

TRAFFIC COATING

GL-2

_WALL SECTION DETAIL AT RETAIL FACADE CANTILEVER (GLASS)

GROUND FLOOR 296'-6"

PERMIT SET ADDENDUM A ADDENDUM C ADDENDUM D PERMIT SET REVISIONS 3 ISSUED BACK WITH SUBMITTAL AND/OR RFI 16 PERMIT SET 4 UPDATE

AIR & VAPOR BARRIER

A.320.2

SEE ELEVATION

RIGID INSULATION PINNED MAIN RUNNER TO UNDERSIDE GL-2OF SECOND FLOOR SLAB, TYP. SUSPENDED ACOUSTICAL CEILING ENTIRE SECOND FLOOR GL-2 SLAB

3' - 8"

3"

DATE

4 A C D 11 13

ST-5

1 1/2"

ST-5

ST-5

G-110

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9 MTL-14

A.330.6 MTL-14 EPDM MEMBRANE

MTL-14

ST-5

REGLET

3

WEEP

FORMED STEEL CLIPS PTD. TO MATCH MULLION

FLOOR 318'-6"

G-111 3' - 8"

5/8"

TEL:520.219.89 FAX:520.219.94

TEL:973.649.4007 FAX:-

AN AECOM COMPANY DESCRIPTION ONE RIVERFRONT PLAZA BID SET NEWARK, NJ 07102

7' - 4"

3' -

GROUND FLOOR 296'-6"

SIM

PERMIT SET 4

LB-1

GROUND FLOOR 296'-6"

SLOPE

02/20/2015 SEAL/SIGNATURE/DATE: OFFICE REGISTRATION #:

3

STOREFRONT ELEVATION 1' - 5 1/4"

A.320.2

1/2" = 1'-0"

2

PERMIT SET 4 UPDATE

A.320.2

05/05/2015 DESCRIPTION

3

STOREFRONT SECTION

A.320.2

1/2" = 1'-0"

SEE ELEVATION

Exterior wall section details

SPANDREL GLASS

HAT CHANNEL

PTD. ALUMINUM MULLION

GYPSUM WALLBOARD

9 1/4"

DATE

C ADDENDUM C 05.03.2013 SEAL/SIGNATURE/DATE: OFFICE REGISTRATION #: D ADDENDUM D 06.14.2013 11 PERMIT SET REVISIONS 3 03.04.2014 12 BULLETIN 2 10.20.2014

11

PTD. STORM RESISTANT LOUVER TO MATCH MULLION

11

SUSPENDED ACOUSTICAL CEILING

MEZZANINE 308'-6"

BOXED STUD HEADER

DESCRIPTION

CHANNEL STUD

1" x 1" x 16GA. CONTINUOUS PERIMETER ANGLE 13 A.330.7

AIR & VAPOR BARRIER EXTERIOR SHEATHING

SPANDREL GLASS

RIGID INSULATION S.S. FLASHING 1/2" WEEP HOLE EVERY 4'-0" SEALANT PTD. ALUMINUM MULLION

11

CEILING, SEE SCHEDULE

G-111

MAIN RUNNER VISION GLASS

11 13 A.330.7

SEALANT & BACKER ROD 3 PLATE ALONG ENTIRE FACADE CONT. STL. _ _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

A.320.2 1 1/2" = 1'-0"

10

D

A.330.1

16

MEZZANINE 308'-6"

PTD. ALUMINUM MULLION PTD. INSULATED METAL PANEL

1" x 1" x 16GA. CONTINUOUS PERIMETER ANGLE SUSPENDED ACOUSTICAL CEILING

G-110 PITCH

PTD. ALUMINUM MULLION

VISION GLASS

13

WALL SECTION DETAIL

MAIN RUNNER 17' - 11 1/4"

G-PROFILE CLIP Z-BAR

PTD. ALUMINUM MULLION

1

3 A.331.0

11 11

WALL SECTION DETAIL

1 1/2" = 1'-0"

7

G-111

A.330.1

VISION GLASS 7 A.330.6

11

C

WALL SECTION DETAIL

1 1/2" = 1'-0"

GROUND FLOOR AT STOREFRONT

4

1 WALL SECTION DETAIL 1/2" = 1'-0" A.320.2

A.330.1

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2ND FLOOR 1 318'-6"

G-110

DATE

BID SET PERMIT SET ADDENDUM A ADDENDUM C ADDENDUM D C REVISIONS D 3 PERMIT SET ISSUED BACK WITH SUBMITTAL AND/OR RFI 16 PERMIT SET 4 UPDATE 4 A C D 11 13

KEY PLAN:

A

01.14.2013 02.18.2013 03.14.2013 05.03.2013 06.14.2013 03.04.2014 VARIES

05.05.2015

B DRAWING TITLE

STOREFRONT FACADE DETAILS 17' - 11 1/4"

16

KEY PLAN:

N

DATE:

02/20/2015

SCALE:

1 1/2" = 1'-0"

C

D

PROJECT NUMBER: 22719.00

sers\vmalerba\Documents\22719_Fort Lee - SE SW Central File_vmalerba.rvt

SEE ELEVATION

12' - 0"

2013. NO COPIES, TRANSMISSIONS, REPRODUCTIONS OR ELECTRONIC MANIPULATION OF ANY PORTION OF THESE DRAWINGS IN WHOLE OR IN PART ARE TO BE MADE WITHOUT THE EXPRESS WRITTEN PERMISSION OF ARQUITECTONICA.

SUSPENDED ACOUSTICAL CEILING

WINGS ARE THE PROPERTY OF ARQUITECTONICA. ALL COPYRIGHTS RESERVED

PTD. INSULATED METAL PANEL

6GA. CONTINUOUS PERIMETER ANGLE

3 A.330.1

C:\Users\vmalerba\Documents\22719_Fort Lee - SE SW Central File_vmalerba.rvt

MTL. SIM STUD

3 A.330.6

MEZZANINE 308'-6"

CL 1' - 0 5/8"

TEL:212.465.16 FAX:-

TEL:520.219.8929

TISHMAN CONSTRUCTION

22' - 0"

MTL-14

ST-5

PTD. ALUMINUM MULLION STRUCT. SLAB, PTD. STORM RESISTANT LOUVER TOGL-2 MATCH MULLION SEE STRUC.

GL-2

16

CONCRETE GUARD, SEE STRUC.

PTD. ALUMINUM MULLION

MAIN RUNNER

ST-5

OFFICE REGISTRATION #:

1" x 1" x 16GA. CONTINUOUS PERIMETER ANGLE

PTD. ALUMINUM MULLION

3 A.331.0

ST-5 SEAL/SIGNATURE/DATE:

12

SIM AIR & VAPOR BARRIER 7

DIMENSION TO BE HOLE EVERY 4'-0" SEALANT & BACKER ROD VERIFIED BY EXTERIOR 2ND

1" 2' - 2 1/2"

S.S. FLASHING BOX HEADER STUD

WALLSTL. CONTRACTOR. CONT. PLATE ALONG ENTIRE FACADE

GL-2

PTD. INSULATED METAL PANEL

TEL:201.794.69 FAX:ENVELOPE AND WATERPROOFING CONSULTANT

CL

ST-5

SEE ELEVATION

1"

WALL SECTION DETAIL

CL

12"

MTL-14 A.840.1

SIM.

SIM

4' - 7 3/4"

1/2" = 1'-0"

619 RIVER DRIVE CENTER 1 FRANK SETA AND ASSOCIATES ELMWOOD PARK, NJ 07407

TUCSON, AZ

6

12"

12

MTL-14

FORMED STEEL CLIPS PTD. TO MATCH MULLION

STOREFRONT SECTION

LANGAN ENVIRONMENTAL AND ENGINEERING SERVICES

SEAL/SIGNATURE/DATE: 619 RIVER DRIVE CENTER 1 TEL:201.794.6900 ELMWOOD PARK, NJ 07407 FAX:OFFICE REGISTRATION #: ENVELOPE AND WATERPROOFING CONSULTANT

AN AECOM 7534COMPANY N. LA CHOLLA BLVD

A.330.1

ST-5

BOXED STUD HEADER

6' - 11 1/2"

4' - 0" TYP.

TYP.

TEL:212.896.30 FAX:-

TISHMAN CONSTRUCTION

02/20/2015 ST-5

ST-5

A.330.6

S.S. THRU WALL FLASHING 2 A.840.1

TEL:212.896.3000 FAX:-

05/05/2015

NEW YORK, NY 10005 LANGAN ENVIRONMENTAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING SERVICES

Z-BAR

G-111

D

TEL:212.370.17 FAX:-

ARUP

77WATER STREET NEW YORK, NY 10005 ENVIRONMENTAL 77WATER STREET

8' - 0"

9

SHIMS AS REQ'D

RIGID INSULATION REGLET SEE ELEVATION AIR & VAPOR BARRIER FLASHING CHANNEL STUD TRAFFIC COATING Z-BAR CONCRETE GUARD, SEE STRUC. G-PROFILE CLIP

11

FAE

TEL:212.370.1776 FAX:-

NEW YORK, NY 10018

FAX:520.219.9438 AQUA DESIGN INTERNATIONAL

A.330.1

ST-5

EXTERIOR SHEATHING

4' - 6"

2 A.330.1

CERAMI & ASSOCIATES

ARUPCODE CONSULTANT

ONE RIVERFRONT PLAZA GENERAL CONTRACTOR NEWARK, NJ 07102

SEE PLAN

ST-5 ST-5

13

13

CONCRETE CURB

PERMIT SET 4 UPDATE

ACCOUSTICAL - 11ENGINEER: 1/4" CERAMI &17' ASSOCIATES

404 FIFTH AVENUE NEW YORK, NY 10018 404 FIFTH AVENUE CODE CONSULTANT

POOL 7534 N. LA CHOLLA BLVD TUCSON, AZ GENERAL CONTRACTOR

CL

38.00

SEALANT

DRAIN, SEE PLUMBING

117 CANAL ROAD TEL:732.356.3400 CANAL ROAD TEL:732.356.34 SOUTH117 BOUND BROOK, NJ 08880 FAX:732.356.9054 SOUTH ENGINEER: BOUND BROOK, NJ 08880 FAX:732.356.90 ACCOUSTICAL

17' - 11 1/4"

SEE PLAN

7"

TEL:201.340.44 TEL:201.340.4468 FAX:201.340.4472 FAX:201.340.44

16

2 A.320.2

FAE

PERMIT SET 4

11

9

36AVENUE, AMES AVENUE, 36 AMES SUITE 2B SUITE 2B RUTHERFORD, NJ 07070NJ 07070 RUTHERFORD, GEOTECHNICAL CONSULTANT GEOTECHNICAL CONSULTANT

TEL:212.465.1600 FRANK SETA AND ASSOCIATES FAX:-

G-PROFILE CLIP

DIMENSION TO BE S.S. THRU WALL FLASHING VERIFIED BY EXTERIOR WALL CONTRACTOR. WEEP

TEL:212.532.9600 FAX:212.689.74 FAX:212.689.7489

244 WEST 30TH STREET, SUITE 206 NEW YORK, NY 10001 POOL

FLASHING MEMBRANE

SPANDREL GLASS

TEL:212.532.96

512 SEVENTH AVENUE NEW YORK, NY 10018 NEW YORK, NY 10018 TRAFFIC CONSULTANT TRAFFIC CONSULTANT

NEW YORK, NY 10001

1' - 7" 1' - 0" MIN.

15' - 9 1/2"

SEE ELEVATION

13 A.330.7

ST-5

512 SEVENTH AVENUE

EXTERIOR SHEATHING HSS GIRT, SEE STRUCT. GYPSUM WALLBOARD

MEZZANINE 308'-6"

EPDM MEMBRANE

MEZZANINE 308'-6"

1/2" = 1'-0"

WEATHER SEALANT

2' - 3"

PTD. ALUMINUM MULLION ALIGN TOP OF MULLION TO TOP OF CURB

3 A.330.3

TEL:908.668.8300 FAX:908.754.4401

AQUA INTERNATIONAL 244DESIGN WEST 30TH STREET, SUITE 206

A.330.6

CHANNEL STUD

4' - 0" TYP.

1 1/2" = 1'-0"

TEL:610.337.33 FAX:610.337.33

TEL:908.668.83 FAX:908.754.44

35 TECHNOLOGY DRIVE M.E.P. ENGINEERS: WARREN, NJ 07059 M.E.P. ENGINEERS:

STONEFIELD ENGINEERING & DESIGN STONEFIELD ENGINEERING & DESIGN

VISION GLASS

_ _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

6' - 11 1/2"

DETAIL AT RETAIL FACADE 1

MEZZANINE 308'-6"

35 TECHNOLOGY DRIVE WARREN, NJ 07059

TEL:610.337.3360 FAX:610.337.3359

MELICK-TULLY & ASSOCIATES, P.C. MELICK-TULLY & ASSOCIATES, P.C.

STOREFRONT ELEVATION

12

PROVIDE 1" FOAM BAFFLE, EVERY 48" IN JOINT EPDM MEMBRANE TERMINATED WITH TERMINATION BAR AND SEALANT

12

EXTERIOR SHEATHING

4' - 6"

WALL SECTION MAIN RUNNER

SIM

3' - 0"

7 A.330.6

WALL SECTION DETAIL 13

SUSPENDED ACOUSTICAL CEILING

12

2 A.330.6

C

CHANNEL STUD SEE ELEVATION RIGID INSULATION AIR & VAPOR BARRIER

FAE

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SLOPE 1/4" PER FOOT

FAE

1" x 1" x 16GA. CONTINUOUS PERIMETER ANGLE

MATCH EXTERIOR MATERIAL

SIM

4' - 5"

00°

16

_ _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

VISION GLASS

11

FAE MATCH EXTERIOR MATERIAL

ALIGN, TYP.

2ND FLOOR 318'-6"

SLOPE 1/4" / 1 FT

FAE

RIGID INSULATION PINNED TO UNDERSIDE OF MEZZANINE 3 SECOND FLOOR SLAB, TYP. 308'-6" A.320.2 ENTIRE SECOND FLOOR SLAB

PTD. ALUMINUM MULLION

GROUND FLOOR 296'-6"

SEALANT & BACKER ROD S.S. FLASHING G-PROFILE CLIP Z-BAR BOXED STUD HEADER HAT CHANNEL

55' - 0"

PTD. STORM RESISTANT LOUVER TO MATCH MULLION

6

900 WEST VALLEY FORGE ROAD, SUITE 200 CIVIL ENGINEER: KING OF PRUSSIA, PA 19406-4525 CIVIL ENGINEER:

A.331.2

PTD. ALUMINUM MULLION SEALANT & BACKER ROD

17' - 11 1/4"

STRUC. SLAB, FAE

TEL:212.254.27 FAX:212.522.92 TEL:212.254.2700 FAX:212.522.9203

900 WEST VALLEY FORGE ROAD, SUITE 200 KING OF PRUSSIA, PA 19406-4525

2

1" x 1" x 16GA. CONTINUOUS PERIMETER ANGLE SEALANT & BACKER ROD 16 CONT. STL. PLATE ALONG ENTIRE FACADE

SEE STRUC.

HSS, SEE STRUCTURE

SADDLE-TILE HAT CHANNEL BOXED STUD HEADER 1' - 7" TO MAIN RUNNER (16 GA.) VISION GLASS

2ND FLOOR 318'-6"

FAE

A.330.3

TEL:908.725.8100 FAX:908.725.7127

100 FIFTH AVENUE 10TH FLOOR NEW YORK, NY 10011 STRUCTURAL ENGINEER:

100 FIFTH AVENUE 10TH FLOOR NEW YORK, NY 10011 STRUCTURAL ENGINEER:

11

_ _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

3

A.320.2

RIGID INSULATION

SIM

1 A.330.3

SEE PLAN

AIR & VAPOR BARRIER METAL COPING PTD. TO MATCH MULLION, S.S. FLASHING WITH PRESSURE PLATE TO SEAL EDGE 1/2" WEEP HOLE EVERY 4'-0" SEALANT STL. PLATE ALONG ENTIRE FACADE SHIMS AS REQ'D PTD. ALUMINUM MULLION FLASHING MEMBRANE SEALANT & BACKER ROD SEALANT & BACKER ROD SEALANT & BACKER ROD PTD. ALUMINUM MULLION 4' - 5" GYPSUM WALLBOARD

9"

WALL SECTION DETAIL

5' - 8 3/8"

3 A.320.2

PTD. STORM RESISTANT LOUVER TO MATCH MULLION MAIN RUNNER

1' - 0" TYP.

CHANNEL STUD1/2" = 1'-0" EXTERIOR SHEATHING

C

SIM.

_ _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

12 FAE

BOXED STUD HEADER

TEL:908.725.81 FAX:908.725.71

ARCHITECT

(SECURITY CAMERA WHERE OCCURS)

CONCRETE CURB

SIM

1

BOXED STUD HEADER DRAIN, SEE PLUMBING HEADER

STOREFRONT SECTION Z-BAR

3"

2 A.330.6

FAE

SLOPE 1/4" / 1 FT

520 U.S. HIGHWAY 22 BRIDGEWATER, NJ 08807

520 U.S. HIGHWAY 22 BRIDGEWATER, NJ 08807

12 A.840.1

16 A.840.1 METAL PLATE TO MOUNT SECURITY CAMERA

55' - 0"

TEL:847.926.9999 FAX:847.926.9996

DEVELOPER:

3' - 8"

ARCHITECT

TYP.

2

FORMED STEEL CLIPS PTD. TO MATCH MULLION

11

3' - 8"

LB-1

PTD. ALUMINUM MULLION

PTD. ALUMINUM MULLION ALIGN TOP OF MULLION TO TOP OF CURB

/8"

S.S. FLASHING SEE ELEVATION RIGID INSULATION G-PROFILE CLIP

9

TEL:847.926.99 FAX:847.926.99

DEVELOPER: 799 CENTRAL AVENUE, SUITE 300 HIGHLAND PARK, IL 60035

PTD. ALUMINUM MULLION

CL

SEALANT & BACKER ROD CROSS BRACING BATT INSULATION TL. PLATE ALONG ENTIRE FACADE AIR & VAPOR BARRIER SEALANT & BACKER ROD SEALANT & BACKER ROD

D

SPANDREL GLASS

7' - 4"

11

WEEP

12"

GROUND FLOOR 296'-6"

CONCRETE SLAB, SEE STRUCTURE VISION GLASS DRAIN, SEE PLUMBING SEALANT & BACKER ROD

799 CENTRAL AVENUE, SUITE 300 HIGHLAND PARK, IL 60035

SPANDREL GLASS

11

LB-1

G-110

TRAFFIC COATING

11 11

DEVELOPER:

9' - 0"

TYP.

2 A.840.1

FORMED STEEL CLIPS PTD. TO MATCH MULLION

1

FORT LEE, NEW JERSEY

GL-2

SEE ELEVATION

CONCRETE CURB

PTD. ALUMINUM MULLION

GL-2

3' - 0"

5/8/2015 7:01:34 PM

11

GL-2

11

GL-2

SPANDREL GLASS

GL-2

CL

GL-2

CL

4' - 7 3/4"

SLOPE 1/4" / 1 FT

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Hudson Lights FORT LEE REDEVELOPMENT

FORT LEE REDEVELOPMENT

FORT LEE, NEW JERSEY

FORT LEE, NEW JERSEY

DEVELOPER:

DEVELOPER:

799 CENTRAL AVENUE, SUITE 300 HIGHLAND PARK, IL 60035

C

C

DEVELOPER:

D

TEL:847.926.9999 799 CENTRAL AVENUE, SUITE 300 FAX:847.926.9996 HIGHLAND PARK, IL 60035

D

520 U.S. HIGHWAY 22 BRIDGEWATER, NJ 08807

TEL:908.725.8100 520 U.S. HIGHWAY 22 FAX:908.725.7127 BRIDGEWATER, NJ 08807

ARCHITECT

C

C

D

D

BEDROOM 1 DOOR AT 5TH FLOOR DOOR AT 5TH FLOOR SEE OVERALL PLANS AND ELEVATIONS SEE OVERALL PLANS AND ELEVATIONS

5

TYP.

TYP.

5

A.350.0

A.350.0

3

3

A.760.3

A.760.3

TYP.

8

13

TYP.

8

A.350.0

6-101CBEDROOM 1

WD-6

RB-2

PNT-1

PNT-2

PNT-2

PNT-2 PNT-2 PNT-2

WD-6

7 A.770.2

TYP.

7 A.770.2

PNT-1 PNT-2 PNT-2

100 FIFTH AVENUE 10TH FLOOR NEW YORK, NY 10011 STRUCTURAL ENGINEER:

TEL:212.254.2700 100 FIFTH AVENUE 10TH FLOOR FAX:212.522.9203 NEW YORK, NY 10011 STRUCTURAL ENGINEER:

TEL:212.254.2700 FAX:212.522.9203

900 WEST VALLEY FORGE ROAD, SUITE 200 KING OF PRUSSIA, PA 19406-4525 CIVIL ENGINEER:

TEL:610.337.3360 900 WEST VALLEY FORGE ROAD, SUITE 200 FAX:610.337.3359 KING OF PRUSSIA, PA 19406-4525 CIVIL ENGINEER:

TYP.

7 A.770.2

TYP.

7 A.770.2

TEL:610.337.3360 FAX:610.337.3359

35 TECHNOLOGY DRIVE WARREN, NJ 07059 M.E.P. ENGINEERS:

TEL:908.668.8300 35 TECHNOLOGY DRIVE FAX:908.754.4401 WARREN, NJ 07059 M.E.P. ENGINEERS:

512 SEVENTH AVENUE NEW YORK, NY 10018 TRAFFIC CONSULTANT

TEL:212.532.9600 512 SEVENTH AVENUE FAX:212.689.7489 NEW YORK, NY 10018 TRAFFIC CONSULTANT

TYP.

J

PNT-2 PNT-2 PNT-2

6-101

A.741.4

12

13

PNT-1

PNT-2

PNT-2 PNT-2

2

4

12

RB-2

A.741.3 1

5' - 6 3/4"

CL

PTAC

5' - 6 3/4"

0.22

0.42 6-101C

6-101C

12' - 2 3/4"

5 A.730.0

0.22 0.22

1.22S

1.24

4

CL

4

4

CL

0.11

2.23S

4

2.23S

0.11

PTAC

0.11 12

PTAC

0.11 12

A.350.1

0.22

EQ

TYP. A.741.3

A.350.0

EQ

J

CL

6 5

13' - 1"

13' - 1"

BEDROOM 2

A.741.3

A.350.0

6-101D

6-101DBEDROOM 2

F

F

0.42

5' - 3 3/4"

0.22 0.42

0.22

0.22

0.22

1.22S 1.22S

1.22S

6

6

0.11

16

0.11

4' - 10"

1.22S

0.22

6-101D

1.22S

4

5

6-101H

5' - 3 3/4"

0.22 6-101I

6-101D

1.23

6-101E WD-6

RB-2

PNT-1

PNT-2

PNT-2

PNT-2 PNT-2 PNT-2

WD-6

RB-2

PNT-1

PNT-2

PNT-2 PNT-2

3

0.22 0.22

CL

6-101H

16

0.22

0.22

5

A.740.5

4' - 10"

0.22

1

A.741.6

1.22S

1.22S

6-101I

6

0.22 2.23S

0.22

0.22

6-101E

J 3

1

2

1.23

2

A.741.6

6

0.22

1.22S

A.741.6

2.23S

2.23S 1.23

1.22STL-2 PNT-3

7 A.730.0

16

7 A.730.0

1.22S

2.23S 1.22S

1.23 J

BATHROOM 2

FA

2' - 0"

CL

2.23S

5' - 3 3/4"

A.741.6

DIRECTION OF WOOD FLOOR PLANK DIRECTION OF WOOD FLOOR PLANK FA

A.741.6

1.22S

WH

0.22 6-101F

0.22

TYP.

8

5

6-101G

2.23S WH

0.22

0.22 6-101F

A.350.1

6

EQ

FA

4

A.741.6

0.22

UTILITY CLOSET

A.740.52.23S

5

6-101G

1.22S 3' - 9"

0.22

W/D

UTILITY CLOSET

2.23S

J

EQ

EQ

1.22S

9 A.730.0

2.23S

6-101EBATHROOM 2

TLB-1

PNT-1

PNT-3

PNT-3 PNT-3 PNT-3

TL-2

SHOWER/TUB WALLS = TL-3

16

2.23S1.22S 3 1/8"

TLB-1

BATHROOM 1 PNT-1

PNT-3

PNT-3 PNT-3 TL-2 TLB-1 TL-4

2.23S 6-IT

3 1/8"

6-101ABATHROOM 1

PNT-3

SHOWER/TUB WALLS = TL-3

16 J

6-IT

9 A.730.0

6-101E

SHOWER/TUB WALLS = TL-3

16

1.22S

5' - 3 3/4"

1' - 4 1/2"

GYPSUM CEILING 7'-9"

FF

ALIGN

EQ

2.23S 0.22

0.22

6

CL

CL EQ EQ

0.22

6-101A

10' - 5 1/4"

0.22

0.22

J

6-101A

GYPSUM CEILING 7'-9" EQ

FFFF

EQ

6-101A

10' - 5 1/4"

0.11

3' - 4 1/4"

CL

EQ

0.22

1' - 4 1/2"

FS

EQ

EQ

2.23S

J

6

BATHROOM 1

8

FA

FS

CL

1.24

5

PNT-1

6-101A

TL-2

TLB-1

PNT-1

PNT-3 PNT-3 TL-4

PNT-3

PNT-3 PNT-3

PERMIT SET 4 UPDATE

SHOWER/TUB WALLS = TL-3

PERMIT SET 4 UPDATE

J

05/05/2015

05/05/2015

SEAL/SIGNATURE/DATE: OFFICE REGISTRATION #:

SEAL/SIGNATURE/DATE: OFFICE REGISTRATION #:

2 BR unit plan APT 101 RCP

1/2" = 1'-0"

2 A.722.3

APT 101 RCP

1/2" = 1'-0"

2

1 101 (SIM. 142) APT 101 (SIM. 142) APT

A.722.3

1/2" = 1'-0"

A.722.3

1/2" = 1'-0"

1 A.722.3

DESCRIPTION

E M 0" A N 1'-

SPRINKLER HEAD

FINISHED FLOOR CEILING TAG

HEIGHT OF CEILING ABOVE FINISHED FLOOR SEE FIRE PROTECTION DRAWING FOR MORE INFORMATION

LAY IN CEILING

LAY IN CEILING

SUPPLY AIR DEVICE

GYP. BD. CLG.

GYP. BD. CLG.

RETURN/ EXHAUST AIR DEVICE

WD. WALL-PAPER CLG.

WD. WALL-PAPER CLG.

LINEAR DIFFUSER

LUMINAIRE

LUMINAIRE

EXIT LUMINAIRE

PENDANT MOUNTED LUMINAIRE

PENDANT MOUNTED MECHOSHADE LUMINAIRE

ALL DESIGNS INDICATED IN THESE DRAWINGS ARE THE PROPERTY OF ARQUITECTONICA. ALL COPYRIGHTS RESERVED

CEILING TAG

HEIGHT OF CEILING ABOVE

GENERAL NOTES: REFLECTED CEILING GENERAL PLAN(S) NOTES: REFLECTED CEILING PLAN(S)

ACCESS PANEL

COVE LUMINAIRE

COVE LUMINAIRE

GRID STARTING POINT

PLAN NOTES:

1. CENTER ACOUSTICAL PANEL CEILING 1. CENTER SYSTEM ACOUSTICAL IN ROOM PANEL AS CEILING SYSTEM IN ROOM AS SPRINKLER HEAD SHOWN U.N.O. SHOWN U.N.O. 2. REF. REFLECTED CEILING PLANS 2. FOR REF. CEILING REFLECTED HEIGHTS. CEILING PLANS FOR CEILING HEIGHTS. 3. CENTER RECESSED DOWNLIGHTS 3. CENTER IN ACOUSTICAL RECESSEDPANEL DOWNLIGHTS U.N.O. IN ACOUSTICAL PANEL U.N.O. SUPPLY AIR DEVICE 4. CENTER DOWN LIGHTS IN GYP. 4. BD. CENTER IN BOTH DOWN DIRECTIONS LIGHTS IN AND GYP. BD. IN BOTH DIRECTIONS AND ALIGN WITH ADJACENT DOWN LIGHTS ALIGN WITH U.N.O. ADJACENT DOWN LIGHTS U.N.O. 5. FIXTURES, DEVICES AND EQUIPMENT 5. FIXTURES, SHOWN DEVICES ON REFLECTED AND EQUIPMENT SHOWN ON REFLECTED RETURN/ EXHAUST CEILING PLANS ARE FOR COORDINATION CEILING PLANS PURPOSES. ARE FOR SEECOORDINATION PURPOSES. SEE AIR DEVICE MEP/FP/CODE COMPLIANCE DRAWINGS MEP/FP/CODE FOR ADDITIONAL COMPLIANCE DRAWINGS FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION AND REQUIREMENTS. INFORMATION AND REQUIREMENTS. LINEAR 6. CENTER SPRINKLER HEADS IN ACOUSTICAL 6. CENTER SPRINKLER PANEL CEILINGS HEADS IN UNO ACOUSTICAL PANEL CEILINGS UNO DIFFUSER 7. RECESSED CANOPY FIXTURE ABOVE 7. RECESSED SHOWER CANOPY MUST MEET FIXTURE ABOVE SHOWER MUST MEET REQUIREMENTS FOR WET CONDITIONS REQUIREMENTS FOR WET CONDITIONS EXIT LUMINAIRE 8. AT RESIDENTIAL FLOORS; ALL EXPOSED 8. AT RESIDENTIAL UNDERSIDE FLOORS; OF ALL EXPOSED UNDERSIDE OF FLOORSLAB AND EXPOSED COLUMNS FLOORSLAB TO RECEIVE AND EXPOSED COVER COAT COLUMNS TO RECEIVE COVER COAT COMPOUND AND PAINT. COMPOUND AND PAINT. MECHOSHADE 9. INSULATION(R16) AT UNDERSIDE 9. INSULATION(R16) OF; ENTIRE FLOOR ATSLAB UNDERSIDE AT 2NDOF; ENTIRE FLOOR SLAB AT 2ND FLOOR (EXCEPT AT PENETRATIONS, FLOOR LOADING (EXCEPT DOCK AT PENETRATIONS, AND PARKING LOADING DOCK AND PARKING 9 ENTRY RAMP TO GL K ) AND UNDER ENTRY 5THRAMP FLOOR TO SLAB GL KAT ) AND TOWER UNDER 5TH FLOOR SLAB AT TOWER ACCESSFOOTPRINT. PANEL FOOTPRINT. 10. DOOR FRAME TO WALL RETURN 10. DOOR 3" TYP. FRAME U.N.O TO WALL RETURN 3" TYP. U.N.O GRID STARTING POINT

1. ALL DIMS ARE TO FINISH FACE1. OF ALL WALL, DIMSU.N.O. ARE TO FINISH FACE OF WALL, U.N.O.TYPICAL UNIT 101 2.CENTER CLOSET DOORS ON CLOSET, 2.CENTER U.N.O. CLOSET DOORS ON CLOSET, U.N.O. 5-101 6-101 3. UTILITY CLOSET FLOORING TO 3.MATCH UTILITY LIVING, CLOSETDINING, FLOORING KITCHEN. TO MATCH9 LIVING,7-101 DINING, KITCHEN. 8-101 9-101 10-101 11-101 12-101 ROOM FINISH TAG KEY: ROOM FINISH TAG KEY:

SEE FIRE PROTECTION DRAWING FOR MORE INFORMATION

ROOM NAME

9

ROOM NAME ROOM NO.

FLOOR FINISH

BASE FINISH

NORTH WALL COMMENTS

SOUTH WALL NORTH EAST WALL WALL COMMENTS

APPLIANCE SCHEDULE: (1)MICROWAVE (1)REFRIGERATOR (1)DISHWASHER (1)ELECTRIC STOVETOP (1) WATER HEATER

9

UNIT TYPICAL KEY PLANUNIT 101 5-101 6-101 7-101 8-101 9-101 10-101 11-101 12-101

UNIT KEY PLAN

DESCRIPTION

DATE

01.14.2013 02.18.2013 4 03.14.2013 A 05.03.2013 C 06.14.2013 D VARIES 13

BID SET PERMIT SET ADDENDUM A ADDENDUM C ADDENDUM D ISSUED BACK WITH SUBMITTAL AND/OR RFI 05.05.2015 16 PERMIT SET 4 UPDATE

01.14.2013 02.18.2013 03.14.2013 05.03.2013 06.14.2013 VARIES 05.05.2015

ROOM NO.

FLOOR CEILING FINISH FINISH BASE FINISH

CEILING FINISH

SOUTH WEST WALL WALL

EAST WALL

KEY PLAN:

KEY PLAN:

WEST WALL

C

APPLIANCE SCHEDULE: (1)MICROWAVE (1)REFRIGERATOR (1)DISHWASHER (1)ELECTRIC STOVETOP (1) WATER HEATER

BATHROOM ACCESORY SCHEDULE: BATHROOM ACCESORY SCHEDULE: (1) - TOWEL BAR (1) - TOWEL BAR (1) - TOILET PAPER DISPENSER (1) - TOILET PAPER DISPENSER (1) - MEDICINE CABINET (1) - MEDICINE CABINET

D

C

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N

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Kitchen finishes elevation

12/4/2013 12:44:58 PM

Kitchen finishes plan

DATE

BID SET 4 PERMIT SET A ADDENDUM A C ADDENDUM C D ADDENDUM D 13 ISSUED BACK WITH SUBMITTAL AND/OR RFI 16 PERMIT SET 4 UPDATE

PLAN NOTES:

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REFLECTED CEILING PLAN SYMBOLS REFLECTED CEILING PLAN SYMBOLS

C:\Users\avelez\Documents\22719_Fort Lee - SE SW Central File_avelez.rvt

2 BR unit RCP plan

ALL DESIGNS INDICATED IN THESE DRAWINGS ARE THE PROPERTY OF ARQUITECTONICA. ALL COPYRIGHTS RESERVED

0.22

W/D

FF

2' - 0"

CL

2.23S

0.11

CL

CL

EQ 3' - 9"

6-101B 5

0.42

14' - 7 3/4"

EQ

FS CL

14' - 7 3/4"

0.11

CL

GYPSUM CEILING 7'-9" EQ

GYPSUM CEILING 7'-9"

FF

2' - 7 1/2"

FF

EQ

EQ EQ

EQ

FF

6-101E

TEL:973.649.4007 FAX:-

5.4

1.22S

CL EQ

FF

CL EQ

ALIGN

EQ

BATHROOM 2

FF

AN AECOM COMPANY

TEL:973.649.4007 ONE RIVERFRONT PLAZA FAX:NEWARK, NJ 07102

5.4

0.22

FS

FF

CL

FF

CL

6-101E

6' - 6 1/8"

TEL:520.219.8929 FAX:520.219.9438

TISHMAN CONSTRUCTION

AN AECOM COMPANY

A.350.0

3' - 4 1/4"

EQ

EQ

CL

2' - 7 1/2"

FS

6-101A

EQ

EQ

FF

CL

ALIGN

ALIGN

FF

CL

BATHROOM 2

12' - 2 3/4"

6' - 6 1/8"

TEL:212.465.1600 FAX:-

AQUA DESIGN INTERNATIONAL

TEL:520.219.8929 7534 N. LA CHOLLA BLVD FAX:520.219.9438 TUCSON, AZ GENERAL CONTRACTOR

TISHMAN CONSTRUCTION ONE RIVERFRONT PLAZA NEWARK, NJ 07102

13' - 1"

13' - 1"

TYP.

8

0.11

EQ EQ

EQ

CL

2013. NO COPIES, TRANSMISSIONS, REPRODUCTIONS OR ELECTRONIC MANIPULATION OF ANY PORTION OF THESE DRAWINGS IN WHOLE OR IN PART ARE TO BE MADE WITHOUT THE EXPRESS WRITTEN PERMISSION OF ARQUITECTONICA.

EQ

FF

FF

EQ

TEL:212.465.1600 244 WEST 30TH STREET, SUITE 206 FAX:NEW YORK, NY 10001 POOL

1.24

7534 N. LA CHOLLA BLVD TUCSON, AZ GENERAL CONTRACTOR

PNT-2 PNT-2

A.350.1

TYP.

8 A.350.0

FF

EQ

E M 0" A N 1'-

2013. NO COPIES, TRANSMISSIONS, REPRODUCTIONS OR ELECTRONIC MANIPULATION OF ANY PORTION OF THESE DRAWINGS IN WHOLE OR IN PART ARE TO BE MADE WITHOUT THE EXPRESS WRITTEN PERMISSION OF ARQUITECTONICA.

CL

EQ

FS

6-101D

244 WEST 30TH STREET, SUITE 206 NEW YORK, NY 10001 POOL

PNT-1 1.24

PNT-2

EQ

ALIGN

ALIGN

EQ

FF

BATHROOM 1

BEDROOM 2

RB-2

SHELVING

6-101B

PTAC

12

A.350.1

DIRECTION OF WOOD FLOOR PLANK DIRECTION OF WOOD FLOOR PLANK CL

EQ

FF

6-101D

WD-6

PNT-2 PNT-2 PNT-2

0.22

BEDROOM 2

6-101B

AQUA DESIGN INTERNATIONAL

PNT-1

PNT-2 1

FRANK SETA AND ASSOCIATES

6' - 3 3/4"

GYPSUM CEILING 8'-0"

J

6-101B

GYPSUM CEILING 8'-0" EQ

6-101BCLOSET

RB-2 A.741.3

PNT-2

TEL:212.896.3000 FAX:-

LANGAN ENVIRONMENTAL AND ENGINEERING SERVICES

FRANK SETA AND ASSOCIATES

A.730.0

12

6-101B

0.11

LANGAN ENVIRONMENTAL AND ENGINEERING SERVICES

EQ

CLOSET

FF

CL

CL

CL

EQ EQ

EQ

EQ

CL GYPSUM CEILING 8'-0" EQ

GYPSUM CEILING 8'-0"

EQ

CLOSET

FF

FF

WD-6 4 2

TEL:212.370.1776 FAX:-

ARUP TEL:212.896.3000 77WATER STREET FAX:NEW YORK, NY 10005 ENVIRONMENTAL

619 RIVER DRIVE CENTER 1 TEL:201.794.6900 619 RIVER DRIVE CENTER 1 TEL:201.794.6900 ELMWOOD PARK, NJ 07407 ELMWOOD PARK, NJ 07407 FAX:FAX:ENVELOPE AND WATERPROOFING CONSULTANT ENVELOPE AND WATERPROOFING CONSULTANT

6' - 3 3/4"

CL

EQ

FF

J

A.760.3

CLOSET

SHELVING

TEL:732.356.3400 FAX:732.356.9054

CERAMI & ASSOCIATES

TEL:212.370.1776 404 FIFTH AVENUE FAX:NEW YORK, NY 10018 CODE CONSULTANT

77WATER STREET NEW YORK, NY 10005 ENVIRONMENTAL

0.11

5.4

TYP.

19

PNT-1

PNT-2

5

404 FIFTH AVENUE NEW YORK, NY 10018 CODE CONSULTANT

2' - 0 7/8"

CL

5.4

WD-6

RB-2

PNT-2

13

A.741.4

6-101 LIVING, DINING, KITCHEN

WD-6

MELICK-TULLY & ASSOCIATES, P.C.

ARUP

2 A.730.0

TEL:212.532.9600 FAX:212.689.7489

TEL:201.340.4468 FAX:201.340.4472

TEL:732.356.3400 117 CANAL ROAD FAX:732.356.9054 SOUTH BOUND BROOK, NJ 08880 ACCOUSTICAL ENGINEER:

0.11 CERAMI & ASSOCIATES

A.350.1

A.350.0

1.24

117 CANAL ROAD SOUTH BOUND BROOK, NJ 08880 ACCOUSTICAL ENGINEER:

5

TYP.

8

A.350.1 PTAC

A.350.0

12

0.11

TYP.

8

PTAC

A.350.1

7' - 4 1/2"

7' - 4 1/2"

CL

LIVING, DINING, KITCHEN

EQ

TYP.

6-101C

EQ

EQ

19

BEDROOM 1

6-101C

12

PTAC

TYP.

A.350.0 2 A.730.0

FF

CL

FF

A.760.3

BEDROOM 1

FF

CL

FF

EQ

6-101

CL

6-101

EQ

CL

LIVING, DINING, KITCHEN

EQ

LIVING, DINING, KITCHEN

A.350.1

TEL:908.668.8300 FAX:908.754.4401

STONEFIELD ENGINEERING & DESIGN

TEL:201.340.4468 36 AMES AVENUE, SUITE 2B FAX:201.340.4472 RUTHERFORD, NJ 07070 GEOTECHNICAL CONSULTANT

MELICK-TULLY & ASSOCIATES, P.C.

J

0.22

12

PTAC8

TYP.

COVER COAT A.350.0 AND PAINT

J

0.22

12 8

COVER COAT AND PAINT

2' - 0 7/8"

J

5

DIRECTION OF WOOD FLOOR PLANK

5

EQ

EQ

EQ

FF

DIRECTION OF WOOD FLOOR PLANK

CL

EQEQ

FF

36 AMES AVENUE, SUITE 2B RUTHERFORD, NJ 07070 GEOTECHNICAL CONSULTANT

1.24

2' - 7 1/2"

CL

2' - 7 1/2"

STONEFIELD ENGINEERING & DESIGN

EQ

TEL:908.725.8100 FAX:908.725.7127

ARCHITECT

6-101C

RB-2 PNT-2

13

A.350.0

TEL:847.926.9999 FAX:847.926.9996

DEVELOPER:

FORT LEE REDEVELOPMENT FORT LEE, NEW JERSEY DEVELOPER:

5 A.730.1

PROVIDE BLOCKING 799 CENTRAL AVENUE, SUITE 300 HIGHLAND PARK, IL 60035

TEL:847.926.9999 FAX:847.926.9996

DEVELOPER:

4 5/8"

VENEER ON PLYWOOD SUBSTRATE

VANITY LIGHT

4" CLEAR INTERIOR SPACE

Z CLIP

520 U.S. HIGHWAY 22 BRIDGEWATER, NJ 08807

Z CLIP

FRAMELESS MIRRORED GLASS ON ALUMINUM FRAMED DOOR

ADJUSTABLE SHELF

100 FIFTH AVENUE 10TH FLOOR NEW YORK, NY 10011 STRUCTURAL ENGINEER:

TEL:212.254.2700 FAX:212.522.9203

STAINLESS STEEL PULL

900 WEST VALLEY FORGE ROAD, SUITE 200 KING OF PRUSSIA, PA 19406-4525 CIVIL ENGINEER:

TEL:610.337.3360 FAX:610.337.3359

35 TECHNOLOGY DRIVE WARREN, NJ 07059 M.E.P. ENGINEERS:

TEL:908.668.8300 FAX:908.754.4401

2' - 6"

MIRRORED INTERIOR

FRAMELESS MIRRORED GLASS ON ALUMINUM FRAMED DOOR

(3) 1/4" ADJUSTABLE GLASS SHELVES

(3) 1/4" ADJUSTABLE GLASS SHELVES

ALUMINUM CABINET BODY

ALUMINUM CABINET BODY

Z MOUNTING BAR

Z MOUNTING BAR

512 SEVENTH AVENUE NEW YORK, NY 10018 TRAFFIC CONSULTANT

MARBLE COUNTERTOP

QUARTZ COUNTERTOP

3' - 1 3/4"

4"

4"

3/4"

5/8"

METAL PULL

1 3/8"

1/2"

1' - 11 1/4"

1/2"

REF PLUMBING DRAWINGS

EQ

34 5/8"

2' - 11 7/8"

VENEER ON PLYWOOD SUBSTRATE - REF SPECS

14 1/2"

TYPICAL BATHROOM BASE CABINET - AT DRAWER

1 1/2" = 1'-0"

F ARQUITECTONICA.

Millwork section details

1' - 10 7/8"

8 A.750.1

6TH FLOOR 367' - 0"

TYPICAL BATHROOM BASE CABINET AT SINK

1 1/2" = 1'-0"

10 A.750.1

6TH FLOOR 367' - 0"

KITCHEN TYPE B - DISHWASHER

1 1/2" = 1'-0"

7 A.750.1

BASE CABINET DRAWER - TYPICAL

1 1/2" = 1'-0"

6 A.750.1

WOOD BLOCKING

6TH FLOOR 367' - 0"

BASE CABINET

1 1/2" = 1'-0"

5 A.750.1

VENEER ON PLYWOOD SUBSTRATE - REF SPECS

PROVIDE BLOCKING

7534 N. LA CHOLLA BLVD TUCSON, AZ GENERAL CONTRACTOR

TEL:212.465.1600 FAX:-

TEL:520.219.8929 FAX:520.219.9438

AN AECOM COMPANY

6TH FLOOR 367' - 0"

WOOD BLOCKING

73

PROVIDE BACKING

244 WEST 30TH STREET, SUITE 206 NEW YORK, NY 10001 POOL

ONE RIVERFRONT PLAZA NEWARK, NJ 07102

2' - 2 5/8"

4"

4 3/4" 1' - 10 7/8"

619 RIVER DRIVE CENTER 1 TEL:201.794.6900 ELMWOOD PARK, NJ 07407 FAX:ENVELOPE AND WATERPROOFING CONSULTANT

TISHMAN CONSTRUCTION

WOOD BLOCKING

6TH FLOOR 367' - 0"

TEL:212.896.3000 FAX:-

LANGAN ENVIRONMENTAL AND ENGINEERING SERVICES

AQUA DESIGN INTERNATIONAL

EQ 36"

2' - 4 3/4"

EQ

ADJUSTABLE SHELF

VENEER ON PLYWOOD SUBSTRATE - REF SPECS

STAINLESS STEEL DISHWASHER

VENEER ON PLYWOOD SUBSTRATE REF. SPECS 2' - 9 1/2"

EQ

STAINLESS STEEL PULL

5/8"

WOOD BLOCKING

3"

TEL:212.370.1776 FAX:-

ARUP

FRANK SETA AND ASSOCIATES

BASE CABINET

VENEER ON PLYWOOD SUBSTRATE REF. SPECS

404 FIFTH AVENUE NEW YORK, NY 10018 CODE CONSULTANT

77WATER STREET NEW YORK, NY 10005 ENVIRONMENTAL

EQ

11"

TEL:732.356.3400 FAX:732.356.9054

CERAMI & ASSOCIATES

QUARTZ COUNTERTOP 2' - 11 7/8"

2' - 1 5/8" 4"

1 1/2"

TEL:201.340.4468 FAX:201.340.4472

MELICK-TULLY & ASSOCIATES, P.C. 117 CANAL ROAD SOUTH BOUND BROOK, NJ 08880 ACCOUSTICAL ENGINEER:

85 1/4"

MARBLE BACKSPLASH

MARBLE COUNTERTOP

36 AMES AVENUE, SUITE 2B RUTHERFORD, NJ 07070 GEOTECHNICAL CONSULTANT

QUARTZ BACKSPLASH

2" SCREWS WITH WALL ANCHORS MARBLE BACKSPLASH

TEL:212.532.9600 FAX:212.689.7489

STONEFIELD ENGINEERING & DESIGN

QUARTZ COUNTERTOP

1' - 8 7/8"

2' - 6"

MIRRORED INTERIOR

DRAWER

TEL:908.725.8100 FAX:908.725.7127

ARCHITECT

28 3/4"

VANITY LIGHT

4 5/8" 4" CLEAR INTERIOR SPACE

PROVIDE BLOCKING

TEL:973.649.4007 FAX:-


The Point

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The Point

The Point GATEWAY TO FENWAY Office: Arquitectonica, 2015 Client: Samuels & Associates Contractor: John Moriarty & Associates Site: Boston, MA Size: 350,000 sqf Status: In Construction 2018 Arquitectonica are the design architects for The Point, a sustainable mixed-use tower built to house 109 condominium units, 240 rental units and over 20,000 square feet of street-level retail space. Residents will experience expansive views of Boston and be situated along the Emerald necklace blocks from Fenway stadium.

77


The Point

Gateway design The overall concept of the project massing originates from its prominent location at the junction of Brookline Avenue and Boylston Street. The project announces the arrival to Fenway district, invigorating the pedestrian realm with both residential and commercial activity. The extruded mass is divided in 3 volumes and the vehicular turning street is replaced with plaza space. The volumes shift in response to the context, frees up area to be incorporated into public space, and draws views down the Brookline and Boylston corridors. Varied heights give the building a stronger presence in the skyline, creating a slender intervention. With the addition of The Point, Boston’s goals of maintaining active use street frontage in the Fenway neighborhood is met with full retail frontage on Boylston Street and Brookline Avenue serving to complete the twol retail corridors while adding ctive use retail to the gateway parcel. The tower adheres to a self imposed setback, lessening the street wall effect and creating a better pedestrian experience. The building is further divided horizontally to respect the varying datums in place.

BROOKLINE

AUDUBON CIRCLE PARK E

DRIV

FENWAY / KENMORE

BOYLSTON STREET

E

NU

KL

OO

BR

E AV INE

LONGWOOD MEDICAL AREA

Site diagram

PRINCIPLE ONE: Gateway Design - Location Map The overall concept of the project massing originates from its prominent location at the junction of Brookline Avenue and Boylston Street. The project announces the arrival to Fenway district, invigorating the pedestrian realm with both residential and commercial activity.

DESIGN PRINCIPLES BOSTON CIVIC DESIGN COMMISSION

APRIL 2, 2013

THE POINT

BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS

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SAMUELS & ASSOCIATES

ARQUITECTONICA

KEITH LEBLANC LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE


The Point

Dividing Mass

Shifted Volumes

Varied Heights

The mass extruded from the footprint is divided into 3 volumes, allowing the building to be formed to respond to the site and the surroundings. In addition, the vehicular turning street is replaced with plaza space, creating the opportunity to enhance pedestrian experience, by introducing planting, public seating and a public art installation

The 3 volumes are shifted in response to the site shape creating an entrance into the Fenway neighborhood. This shift also serves to free site area that will be incorporated into the plaza and pedestrian experience. The shifted volumes also help to reinforce The Point as a gateway to the neighborhood, drawing ones views down the Brookline & Boylston corridors.

The volumes are then varied in height to give the building a presence within the existing skyline as well as to reinforce a slender intervention on the site as it comes to intersection of Boylston, Brookline and Park.

TRILOGY

TRILOGY

FENWAY CIVIC MEETING

DESIGN PRINCIPLES THE POINT

OCTOBER 14, 2014

SAMUELS & ASSOCIATES

BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS

ARQUITECTONICA

KEITH LEBLANC LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE

CTB

Massing diagrams PRINCIPLE FOUR: Contextual Scale and Dematerialization The Facade is broken into vertical components in a distinctive sawtooth pattern that gradually decrease in frequency towards the corner of Brookline Avenue and Boylston Street. The effect is a dynamic rhythm and the feeling of dematerialization as the building moves toward the Emerald Necklace. The proposed facade treatment also benefits the street level, as it breaks down the building to a scale appropriate to the public realm.

DESIGN PRINCIPLES BOSTON CIVIC DESIGN COMMISSION

APRIL 2, 2013

THE POINT

BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS

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ARQUITECTONICA

KEITH LEBLANC LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE


The Point

A

A.2

B

P8 A203

LOUVER PANEL LOUVER PANEL BEYOND

SEALANT AND BACKER ROD

GLASS JOINT TAPE

STRUCTURAL GLASS PANEL

2 5

3

ARQ 003

4'-5 99/256"

1'-6"

LAMINATED STRUCTURAL GLASS FIN

7'-0"

PERFORATED STRUCTURAL GLASS PANEL

1'-6"

GLASS JOINT TAPE

10'-0"

LAMINATED STRUCTURAL GLASS FIN JOINT

1'-6"

1'-6"

LAMINATED STRUCTURAL GLASS FIN

INSUL GLASS

4

2

4

ARQ 003

11'-3 199/256"

14'-4 199/256"

126B ARQ 003

6

7

DETAIL OF GLASS ROOF TO FACADE 1" = 1'-0"

DETAIL OF FIN CONNECTION 1" = 1'-0"

1'-6"

5

5'-2 29/32"

11 ARQ 003

6

METAL PANEL BEYOND

LAMINATED STRUCTURAL GLASS FIN BEYOND

3 ARQ 003 004

PERFORATED STRUCTURAL GLASS PANEL

INSUL GLASS 4" FRAME STAINLESS STEEL BEYOND

Level 1 16' - 9 5/8"

8"

4" FRAME STAINLESS STEEL

4"

1-1/2" GRANITE PAVERS 2" SAND BED COMPACTED EARTH (95%) OR CONCRETE

LAMINATED STRUCTURAL GLASS FIN

STEEL PLATE WITH ANCHORS AS REQ'D 4" FRAME STAINLESS STEEL BELOW

9

11

DETAIL OF STEEL PLATE 1" = 1'-0"

PLAN DETAIL @ 2' 1" = 1'-0"

P2 A203

1

GLASS CANOPY FLOOR PLAN 1/4" = 1'-0"

4 ARQ 003

14'-4 199/256" 1'-6"

11'-3 199/256"

5

5

1'-6"

ARQ 003

ARQ 003 STOREFRONT BEYOND

10'-0"

10'-0"

7'-0"

1'-6"

LOUVER PANEL BEYOND

1'-6"

LAMINATED STRUCTURAL GLASS FIN

STRUCTURAL GLASS PANEL

12 ARQ 003 PERFORATED STRUCTURAL GLASS PANEL

STOREFRONT

11 ARQ 003

4" FRAME STAINLESS STEEL

11 4" FRAME STAINLESS STEEL

4" FRAME STAINLESS STEEL

ARQ 003

Level 1 16' - 9 5/8"

2

12/16/2014 12:59:33 PM

13'-7 1/16"

ARQ 003

12'-0 1/16"

12 126B STOREFRONT BEYOND

LAMINATED STRUCTURAL GLASS FIN BEYOND

13'-7 1/16"

PERFORATED STRUCTURAL GLASS PANEL SEE ARQ 003/10

1'-6"

LAMINATED STRUCTURAL GLASS FIN

STRUCTURAL GLASS PANEL

PERFORATED STRUCTURAL GLASS PANEL

7'-0"

LOUVER PANEL

1'-7"

1'-6"

Level 1 16' - 9 5/8"

3

FRONT ELEVATION 1/4" = 1'-0"

80

SIDE ELEVATION 1/4" = 1'-0"

4

TRANSVERSE SECTION 1/4" = 1'-0"

THE POINT

11/05/2014 As indicated


The Point

circle diameter: 1/8"

circle diameter: 3/16"

The retail entrance for the Point connects to a public plaza at the intersection of Brookline Ave and Boylston Street, across from Fenway Park. It is wrapped in glass to provide a smooth, light transition from the street to the interior. The final canopy is minimal while providing wind abatement. Although the building will be wrapped in a glassy exterior, it will respect the surrounding neighborhood by using metal panels that are similar in scale and appearance of standard terracotta and brick. The facade is broken into vertical components in a distinctive pattern that gradually decreases in frequency towards the east. The effect is a dynamic rhythm and the feeling of dematerialization as the building moves toward the Emerald Necklace. The proposed facade treatment also benefits the street level as it breaks down the building to a scale appropriate to the public realm. A full-scale mock up of a corner portion of the facade was constructed to compare panel color and glass options.

circle diameter: 3/8"

1'-6"

1 1/2"

1 1/2" 3"

1'-6"

1 1/2" 1 1/2" 3"

1'-6"

1 1/2" 1 1/2" 3"

1'-1 1/4"

2 3/4"

Retail and facade

circle diameter: 1/2"

1 1/2" 1 1/2" 3"

L BELOW

1'-6"

L BELOW

circle diameter: 5/8"

1 1/2" 1 1/2" 3"

UL GLASS

circle diameter: 1"

circle diameter: 1 1/4"

circle diameter: 1 1/2"

1'-6 1/2"

1 1/2" 1 1/2" 3"

1'-6"

1 1/2" 1 1/2" 3"

1'-6"

1 1/2" 1 1/2" 3"

1'-6"

TRUCTURAL ASS PANEL

circle diameter: 1 3/4"

2"

2"

1 1/8"

1 1/8"

EDGE CONDITION: 2" SPACING ON CENTER MIN 1 1/8" SPACING EDGE TO EDGE 4" FRAME STAINLESS STEEL NOTE: VERTICAL SPACING 3" ON CENTER HORIZANTAL SPACING 3" ON CENTER EDGE SPACING 2" ON CENTER MIN 1 1/8" SPACING EDGE TO EDGE

10

PERFORATED GLASS PATTERN DETAIL 1 1/2" = 1'-0"

GLASS CANOPY DETAILS OPTION 1 81


The Point

Full-scale facade mockup

82


The Point

4'-0"

3'-0"

3'-0"

4'-0"

4'-0"

3'-0"

3'-0"

GL 01

5'-0"

GL 01

GL 01

SB 01

3'-1 1/4" 3'-1 1/4" 3'-1 1/4" 5'-0" 5'-0"

GL 01 GL 01 MTL 01 MTL 01 MTL 01

SOFFIT MTL-01

2

1/4" = 1'-0"

LEVEL 2 PLAN 1/4" = 1'-0"

SOFFIT MTL-01

ARQ 001

GL GL 02 02 GL 02 GL 3'-0" 02 GL 02 3'-0"

3'-0"

MTL 01 MTL 01

GL 01

SB 01

GL 01 GL 01

SB 01 SB 01

MTL 05 MTL 05

ST 1'-0" 01SOFFIT MTL-01 SOFFIT MTL3'-0" STMTL-01 04 01 MTL ST 043'-0" 01

6'-0"

4'-2"

4'-2"

2

LEVEL 2 PLAN

2 2

LEVEL 2 PLAN

3'-0"

MTL 6'-0" 02 MTL 02 ROOF COPING MTL MTL-01 02 ROOF MTL COPING MTL-01 01 ROOF COPING MTL-01 MTL 01 1'-0" GL MTL REVEAL 02 MTL-06 01 GL REVEAL GL 02 MTL-06 02 GL REVEAL 02 MTL-06 GL 3'-0" 02 GL 02 3'-0"

3'-0"

6'-0"

1'-0"

3'-0"

6'-0"

1'-0"

3'-0"

MTL 03

MTL 02 MTL 02 MTL 01

SB 01 SB 01

GL 02 GL GL 02 02 GL 02 GL 02 GL 02

SOFFIT MTL-01 SOFFIT MTL-01

1/4" = 1'-0"

GL 01

MTL 01 MTL 01

GL 01 GL 01

MTL 05 MTL 01 MTL 01

SOFFIT MTL ST MTL-01 04 01 SOFFIT MTL MTL-01 04 SOFFIT MTL MTL-01 04

GL 01

MTL 03 MTL GL 03 MTL 0501 GL 01 MTL MTL 01 05

SB 01 SB 01 SB 01

MTL 02 ROOF COPING MTL-01 MTL 02 MTL ROOF COPING MTL-01 02 MTL ROOF COPING MTL-01 01

GL REVEAL02 MTL-06 GL REVEALGL 02 02 MTL-06 GL REVEAL02 MTL-06 GL 02 GL 02

ST 01 ST 01

MTL 03 MTL 03 MTL 03 MTL 05

MTL 01 MTL 01

ST MTL SOFFIT 01 04 MTL-01

MTL 05 MTL 05

GL 01

GL 01

GL 01 GL 01 MTL 01

GL 01 GL 01

MTL 01 MTL 01

ST MTL SOFFIT 01 04 MTL-01 ST MTL SOFFIT 01 04 MTL-01

LEVEL 2 PLAN 1/4" = 1'-0"

1'-0"

3'-0"

3'-0"

3'-0"

1'-0"

3'-0"

3'-0"

3'-0"

1'-0"

3'-0"

3'-0"

MTL 03

GL 01

SB 01

MTL 03 MTL 03 MTL 05

GL 01 GL 01

SB 01 SB 01

ST 1'-0" SOFFIT 01 MTL-01 SOFFIT MTL3'-0" ST MTL-01 04 01 MTL ST 043'-0" 01

3'-0"

GL 01 GL 01

MTL 01 MTL 01

SOFFIT MTL-01

1/4" = 1'-0"

MTL 05 MTL 05 SOFFIT 1'-0" MTL-01

MTL 04

GL 01 GL 01 MTL 01

ARQ 001

16'-0"

16'-0" 6'-0"

3'-0"

MTL 03 MTL 03 MTL 05

SOFFIT MTL-01 1'-0"

16'-0"

3'-0" 3'-0"

1'-0" 3'-0"

MTL 03

1'-0"

MTL 04

3'-0"

1'-0" 1'-0" 3'-0"

3'-0"

MTL 01

GL 02

1'-0" 3'-0"

6'-0" 3'-0" 4

MTL 02 MTL 02

1/4" = 1'-0"

ARQ 001 4

4'-2" 4'-2"

4'-2" 4'-2"

1/4" = 1'-0"

3'-0"

MTL 6'-0" 02

GL SB 01 01 GL SB 01 01 LEVEL 2 PLAN

3'-0"

16'-0"

16'-0" 3'-0" 16'-0" 6'-0"

3'-0"

4'-2" 4'-2"

4'-2"

LEVEL 2 PLAN

6'-0"

SOFFIT MTL-01 SOFFIT MTL-01

SOFFIT MTL-01 SOFFIT MTL-01

LEVEL 2 PLAN

2 2

4'-0"

4'-0"

MTL 01 MTL 01

2

16'-0" 3'-0"

3'-0"

3'-0"

GL 01

SB 01

3'-0"

5

FACADE MOCK-UP

5

FACADE MOCK-UP

5 5

FACADE MOCK-UP

5 5

FACADE MOCK-UP MTL 02 FACADE MOCK-UP SB 01

6'-0"

3'-0"

1'-0"

16'-0" 6'-0"

3'-0"

1'-0"

3'-0"

1'-0"

16'-0"

MTL 6'-0" 02

MTL 03

MTL 02 ROOF COPING MTL-01 MTL 02

GL REVEAL 02 MTL-06GL 02 GL REVEAL MTL-0602 GL 3'-0" 02 GL 02 3'-0"

3'-0"

1'-0"

MTL 05 MTL 05

1'-0" MTL 04

ST 1'-0" 01

MTL3'-0" ST 04 01 MTL ST 043'-0" 01

GL 01

GL 01

MTL 01

5

3'-0"

MTL 03

5

FACADE MOCK-UP

5 5

FACADE MOCK-UP FACADE MOCK-UP ROOF COPING MTL-01

MTL 05

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High Bridge: Bronx

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High Bridge: Bronx

High Bridge: Bronx MAKING CONNECTIONS Office: Lyn Rice Architects, 2010 Client: AIANY Emerging New York Architects Committee Site: Center for Architecture, New York, NY Status: Built HB:BX is an open international ideas competition to design an arts center that culturally reinforces the physical connection between the Manhattan and Bronx Highbridge communities of New York City. This competition is hosted by the Emerging New York Architects Committee and in 2010 the Center for Architecture held an exhibition designed by Lyn Rice Architects.

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Logo representation and exhibition walls, photos courtesy of Rice+Lipka Architects

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Graphic identity Lyn Rice Architects led the exhibition and graphic identity design for the 2010 HB:BX Building Cultural Infrastructure competition. The exhibition explored the intersection between physical and social infrastructure and the creation of a cultural infrastructure over the High Bridge, an abandoned steel arch bridge over the Harlem river connecting upper Manhattan and the Bronx. Full-size wall graphics depicting High Bridge elements give a true sense of scale. The logo design illustrates this connection from the bridge to a potential future structure.

Postcard exhibition invites

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Center for Architecture storefront studies

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Unearth

Unearth 5x5: Participatory Provocations Curators: Original Copy, Kyle May Architect Team: Sean Gaffney Sponsors: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, RISD, CUDC, OMI International Arts Center Size: 36”x4”x12” Status: Various exhibitions in 2016, 2017 5x5 : Participatory Provocations is an exhibit of 25 architectural models by 25 young American architects. We were invited to address one of five contemporary issues through the construction of an architectural model, in this case, Trump Wall. Dec 2, 2015 at a campaign rally in Manassas, VA: Boy: “So you’re going to build the wall? What’s it going to be made out of?” Trump: “I tell you what it’s going to be made of, it’s going to be made of hardened concrete, and it’s going to be made out of rebar and steel. And you know, it’s so easy. That’s what I do.” The blanket statements made by Trump disregard virtually all aspects of this complex issue other than materiality. The imprint left here is an artifact of the varying landforms such a panoptic wall would encase; 1,954 miles of vast deserts, mountains, cities, canyons and lakes are compressed into a single monolith.

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Rhino model for lasercut mold

Concrete model underside

Exhibition photo (c) Robert Prochaska

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Concrete model in elevation

Exhibition photo (c) Original Copy

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Wallcase

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Wallcase

Wallcase DIVIDING SPACE Team: Sean Gaffney Site: Brooklyn, NY Size: 114 sqf Status: Built Completed: 2015 Wallcase was built as a second bedroom in a Brooklyn loft as minimally as possible, in design and construction. The bookcase is constructed out of modular bays and forms a partition that aligns with the entry. The bed is raised to create storage space and opens out to the main space.

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Wallcase

The Wallcase is a modular unitized bookcase that functions as a division in an otherwise unbuilt space. Instead of building a room with standard drywall partitions, we designed a modular wall that is self-supporting and creates storage area while providing a sleeping space. It is minimal in execution and labor. Two walls are reduced to a single line that divides and creates space by continuing the angle of the entry wall. Everything was constructed with standardized sheets of plywood. A sliding door keeps the entry Initial sketches area compact with minimal impact on the rest of the apartment. A horizontal window spans two bays and aligns with the bed platform to keep the interior space as open as possible.

Apartment plan

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Sliding door details

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Photos of the wallcase from the kitchen and living room

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Duck-Work

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Duck-Work

Duck-Work INNOVATIVE TIMBER CONSTRUCTION Sponsor: Boston Society of Architects, 2014 Team: Sean Gaffney Structural consultant: Benjamin Cornelius, LERA Fabricators: CW Keller, Studio A+I, Kin & Co Site: Boston, MA Size: 300 sqf Status: Built The Timber: New England Design + Fabrication Competition called for proposals to create a site-specific installation innovating within New England building and craft traditions. Duck-Work was a winning entry and was built for the Urban Timber: From Seed to City exhibition at the Boston Society of Architects Space.

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Competition The Boston Society of Architects held a call for proposals for Timber: New England., Design+Fabrication competition. The challenge was to propose a site specific installation innovating within New England building and craft traditions using engineered lumber or heavy timber. Duck-Work is a winning entry and was realized in June 2014. Duck-Work combines two tools from traditional wood building techniques in order to create a new construction method: One, “ducks” or spline weights, used to aid in the drafting of curved timber elements in shipbuilding such as the ribs of a hull; and Two, form-work, used when pouring vertical concrete elements in buildings such as walls. Both of these tools are used to hold a surface in shape by clamping perpendicularly to it, incorporating a form-tie. Thinking about these two tools created the opportunity to design a curved wooden structural module able to hold its shape by integrating the form-tie or duck directly within it, creating a new ground plane for the gallery.

top panel bottom panel top connection point bottom connection point

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Assembly details

3/4” length 1/2”-20 socket head cap screw countersink hole in top plywood panel 3/4” threaded round standoff countersink hole in bottom plywood panel

Section of original plywood attachment concept

Model studies of double-curved forms

Formal studies of doubly-curved surfaces

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Renderings of competition entry

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Mock-up studies Initially the project investigated how to create complex doubly curved forms using only shearconnected hardware elements, rather than relying on the standard practices of steaming, laminating or cutting wood to obtain a certain shape. Typically in creating curved forms out of wood, pieces are cut out products with orthogonal shape and off-the-shelf dimensions. The dimensionality and shape of these standardized materials often have nothing to do with the desired curved form, creating large amounts of off-cutting and wasted material. In Duck-Work, by dry-bending flat plywood sheets and breaking down the overall geometry using the modularity of standard plywood dimensions, we produced no wasted off-cut material. The primary components of 1 module took up exactly (1x) standard 4’x8’ sheet of plywood with no off-cutting. We proposed a site specific prototype of Duck-Work to be realized as part of an exhibition on using engineered lumber in urban environments. From an early stage many limiting factors including the spatial constraints of the gallery, the human resources/ skill level required to construct the project, and a small $5000 budget for fabrication, materials and transportation were decisive factors in the design. These limiting factors forced us to innovate a complex wooden structural system which would fill the entire footprint of the gallery with minimal means; entirely constructed on site in 24 hours by only 3 people. From a very early stage we decided to design a system that would handle the large live loads associated with people inhabiting the curved surface and subsequently the prototype went through many structural analyses. After going through multiple iterations of connection types, erection methods and module designs we settled on a

Undeflected Shape Assembly 3/4” plywood paneling, 2 layers top and bottom with 7.25” clear and 10.25” total depth

Support Locations

Deflected Shape Load Case: DL + LL Dead Load: Self weight Live Load: 50 psf Maximum Deflection: 3.67”

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4’x4’ cruciform module comprised of 4 layers of 2’x4’ plywood sheets. In order to bring each flat element into the desired curvature easily and by hand, two primary elements were used: One, a central tension rod which could be tightened with a ratchet; and Two, wooden spacers which clamped the sheets together using bolts. In the shop, the predetermined layout for each panel was cut and drilled using a CNC router. Each piece was brought into shape and assembled into modules by using these components, then shipped to the site. The overall geometry of the prototype can be seen when assembling all the modules together. Governed by two primary sections, each section is a segment of a sine curve in profile lofted along one another. The curves are governed by the APA 30’ radii dry-bending limitation dictated by the thickness of the plywood, then broken down into unrolled 4’ lengths based on the module of a standard plywood sheet. Each of the (28x) 4’x4’ internally arched modules were laid along this doubly curved geometry, creating the resulting form. Although each module has the same curvature, their orientations change mixing domes, bowls and saddles. Rather than applying a structural system to a completely free-form shape, the limitations and properties of the specific plywood used dictated the overall form of the structural system. In future prototypes we hope to continue to optimize and simplify the way complex free-form shapes are broken down into modules, as well as the way in which these modules are designed for ease of constructability in the field. With a focus on the sustainable material of wood, we hope to apply this system at the scale of building, creating constructed landscapes and new inhabitable spaces.

Model configuration studies

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Development of typical X and Y-Axis Sections: Two 30’ radius circles are broken into arcs which unroll into 4’ lengths. A 30’ radius was chosen based on the dry-bent plywood limitation provided by the APA. The 4’ division is based on the length of a typical module and the dimensional constraints of standard plywood sheets. The two X and Y-Axis Curves are overlaid creating a doubly curved field. A crop the size and shape of the gallery is taken to determine the project’s limitation. Modules mark points of intersection within this field and are broken into varying types of curvature.

Module curvature diagrams

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DUCK-WORK Sean Gaffney: seanpgaffney@gmail.com Christina Nguyen: cpnguyen86@gmail.com

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LERA Benjamin M Cornelius: benjamin.cornelius@lera.com

ARCHITECTURE MENTOR NADAAA Nader Tehrani: ntehrani@nadaaa.com

PLYWOOD MANUFACTURER

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6'-2"

Plum Creek Jim Thompson: Jim.Thompson@plumcreek.com

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CW Keller & Associates Daniel Ramirez: DRamirez@cwkeller.com

STEEL FABRICATION Kin & Co. Joseph Vidich: info@kinandcompany.com

BASE FABRICATION Studio a+i Louis Lim: louis051@gmail.com

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LERA Benjamin M Cornelius: benjamin.cornelius@lera.com

ARCHITECTURE MENTOR NADAAA Nader Tehrani: ntehrani@nadaaa.com

PLYWOOD MANUFACTURER

6'-2"

6'-2"

Plum Creek Jim Thompson: Jim.Thompson@plumcreek.com

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CW Keller & Associates Daniel Ramirez: DRamirez@cwkeller.com

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Kin & Co. Joseph Vidich: info@kinandcompany.com

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Supports

POST

From a very early stage we decided to design a system that would handle the large live loads associated with people inhabiting the curved surface and subsequently the prototype went through many structural analyses. After going through multiple iterations of connection types, erection methods and module designs we settled on a 4’x4’ cruciform module comprised of 4 layers of 2’x4’ plywood sheets. In order to bring each flat element into the desired curvature easily and by hand, two primary elements were used: One, a central tension rod which could be tightened with a ratchet; and Two, wooden spacers which clamped the sheets together using bolts. In the shop, the predetermined layout for each panel was cut and drilled using a CNC router. Each piece wasC brought into shape and assembled into modules by using these components, then shipped to the site. Posts that connect to the underside of the structure to provide extra support 2" and stability. The posts increased the head height so peo4" " BOLT WITH planes. ple could experience the structure on different 1

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Jim Thompson: Jim.Thompson@plumcreek.com

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CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS

SCALE: 3" = 1'-0

NO.10 x 3" LONG SCREWS COUNTER SUNK IN 7 32" HOLE AND PARALLEL TO POST, TYP

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1/2" TO 3/4" TYP

SCALE: 3" = 1'-0

SCALE: AS NOTED

Steel posts fabricated by Kin & Co.

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TYPICAL POST TOP - CONNECTION OF PLATE TO POST SCALE: 6" = 1'-0

TYPICAL POST TOP - CONNECTION OF PLATE TO POST SCALE: 6" = 1'-0

SCALE: 6" = 1'-0

Studio a+i Louis Lim: louis051@gmail.com

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TYPICAL POST TOP - UNDERSIDE OF STEEL PLATE

TYPICAL POST TOP - CONNECTION OF PLATE TO POS

TYPICAL POST TOP - CONNECTION OF PLA BASE D FABRICATION SCALE: 6" = 1'-0

TYPICAL POST TOP - ELEVATION (LOOKING SOUTH EAST)

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Kin & Co. Joseph Vidich: info@kinandcompany.com

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1/2" TYP

NO.10 x 3" LONG SCREW COUNTER SUNK IN 7 32" AND PARALLEL TO POS

1/2" TO MANUFACTURER 3/4" PLYWOOD TYP Plum Creek D

NO.10 x 3" LONG SCREWS COUNTER SUNK IN 7 32" HOLE AND PARALLEL TO POST, TYP D

3/4" TO 1" TYP

LERA Benjamin M Cornelius: benjamin.cornelius@lera.com

ARCHITECTURE MENTOR

SCALE: 3" = 1'-0

1/2" TYP

NO.10 x 3" LO COUNTER SU AND PARALL

ENGINEER MENTOR

TYPICAL POST TOP - UNDERSIDE OF STEEL PLATE

1/2" TO 3/4" TYP 1 4" HOLE COUNTERSUNK PERPENDICULAR TO PLATE FOR NO. 12 WOOD SCREW, TYP SEE DRAWING A-522

Sean Gaffney: seanpgaffney@gmail.com

NADAAA Nader Tehrani: ntehrani@nadaaa.com

3 12"x3 12" WOOD POST B

SCALE: 3" = 1'-0

Christina Nguyen: cpnguyen86@gmail.com

D

3 12"x3 12" WOOD POST

SCALE: 3" = 1'-0

TYPICAL POST TOP - ELEVATION (LOOKING

DUCK-WORK

1/2" TYP 3

CHAMFER IN WOOD 16"1/2" TO POST SLOT TO ALLOW 3/4" TYP FOR FILLET WELD

1 8" GAP TO ALLOW FOR EXPANSION

STEM PL 12"x3"

B TYPICAL POST TOP - ELEVATION (LOOKING SOUTH WEST)

B

SCALE: 3" = 1'-0

C

C

4

1 8" GAP TO ALLOW FOR EXPANSION

STEM PL 12"x3"

1" 12

POST (2) 3 4"x19"x19" PLYWOOD CAPITAL NOT SHOWN FOR CLARITY SEE DRAWING A-522 1 4" HOLE COUNTERSUNK PERPENDICULAR TO PLATE 3 FOR 12 WOOD SCREW, TYP BRG PLNO. 8"x8"x8" SEE DRAWING A-522 C 3/4" TO 1" TYP NO. 10 X 3" LONG SCREWS (4 PER POST) PARALLEL TO POST. PROVIDE 7 32" IN WORK POINT @ STEEL PLATE HOLE COUNTERSUNK LOW POINT ON PARALLEL TO WOOD POST TOP OF WOOD POST SEE DETAIL D

B

1" 12

NO. 10 X 3" LONG SCREWS (4 PER POST) PARALLEL TO POST. PROVIDE 7 32" IN STEEL PLATE HOLE COUNTERSUNK PARALLEL TO WOOD POST SEE DETAIL D

1

3 12"x3 12" WOOD POST

3 16" STD WASHER UNDER BOLT HEAD AND LOCKNUT SET INTO 3 4" DEEP COUNTERBORE EA. END

A

3 16" C POST FOR F

C

2

1" 12

POST

(2) 3 4"x19"x19" PLYWOOD CAPITAL NOT SHOWN FOR CLARITY SEE DRAWING A-522

B C

A-520


Duck-Work

Steel posts integrated with wood standee base

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Field & Frame

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Field & Frame

Field & Frame RECONSTRUCTING LANDSCAPE Sponsor: The Architecture League, 2013 Team: Sean Gaffney Site: Long Island City, NY Size: 576 sqf Status: Concept Field & Frame is a submission for The Architectural League’s folly competition. It is situated in Socrates Sculpture Park, grafting another landscape onto the existing one.

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Form of folly Traditionally a folly sits within a landscape in order to serve as an object to look at and from. Instead of reconstructing a landscape through framed views, Field & Frame reconstructs a landscape through a structural field of vertical elements. Socrates Sculpture Park is a flat, horizontal site occasionally broken by vertical trees. This folly implies the movement of a gently cascading landscape through a field of tilted vertical elements held by a horizontal plane. It grafts an “other” landscape onto the site by using the linear language of the fields and trees present. The columns are oriented perpendicularly to the curvature of the undulating surface and create different spatial experiences in areas of concavity and convexity. In areas of concave curvature the structural field opens up to invite people in and gather. In areas of convex curvature, the structural field closes to create dense and uninhabitable spaces. The structure creates an open field for exploration with no clear paths so people are able to negotiate their own way through.

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c a a 3/4” x 4’ x 8’ birch plywood b 2 1/2” wood screw c 2” x 8” douglas fir beam d 2” pvc pipe e clevis pin and cotter pin f 2” x 4” douglas fir grip Section detail at roof

Axonometric detail of 4’x8’ module connection

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The Noise Is Too Much

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The Noise Is Too Much

The Noise Is Too Much LOCATING STILLSPOTS IN NYC Sponsor/Studio: Guggenheim, Stillspotting 2012 Professor: SIDL, Guggenheim Team: Rachel Hillery, Kate MacGregor Site: New York, NY Media: Website Stillspotting NYC was a two-year multidisciplinary project organized by the Guggenheim. The Spatial Information Design Lab at the Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation at Columbia University developed a mapping study on silence and noise in New York City. From 311 data and internet sources, our team developed a visual representation of frustrating moments in the city - a landscape of complaints.

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PROCESSING 2.0

Stillspots Stillspotting NYC was a two-year multidisciplinary project organized by the Guggenheim. The Spatial Information Design Lab at the Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation at Columbia University was commissioned to develop a mapping study on silence and noise in New York City. From 311 data and internet sources, our team developed a visual representation of frustrating moments in the city - a landscape of complaints. But many of these moments are simultaneously stillspots for those producing or enjoying the sounds that others are complaining about. “The Noise is Too Much” examines and records the discrepancy between the enjoyment of music and the complaints against it. The code compares live Twitter API feeds using the search terms “music” and “noise.” The size of the circles change proportionally over time.

SEARCH TERM: MUSIC

SEARCH TERM: NOISE

The Noise is Too Much Processing code

Editions About Noise Map Data Studies Video Studies Create Your Own Credits Rachel Hillery, Christina Phuong Nguyen & Kate MacGregor THE NOISE IS TOO MUCH

Projects by

Many noise complaints are actually stillspots for those producing or enjoying the very sounds that others find offensive. The Noise Is Too Much examines and records the discrepancy between the enjoyment and aversion of music based on 311 data and other Internet sources.

Greta Byrum Kelly Danz Elizabeth Fallon Dimitra Gavrilaki & Sanny Ng Rachel Hillery, Christina Phuong Nguyen & Kate MacGregor

View the The Noise Is Too Much website.

Eugenia Manwelyan Maxwell Sokol

The Noise is Too Much on the Stillspotting website

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PRODUCTIVE SOURCES

TOTAL COMPLAINTS

ICE CREAM SOURCES

TOTAL COMPLAINTS FOR 2006

UNPRODUCTIVE SOURCES

PRODUCTIVE SOURCES

TOTAL COMPLAINTS

“Caller said noise from a ice cream truck is upsetting him.”

PRODUCTIVE SOURCES

TOTAL COMPLAINTS

BASKETBALL SOURCES

NUMBER OF “LOUD” COMPLAINTS

1-9 COMPLAINTS

UNPRODUCTIVE SOURCES

PRODUCTIVE SOURCES

10-24 COMPLAINTS

TOTAL COMPLAINTS

“Approx 10 people are playing basketball inside of schoolyard which is disturbing residents.”

PRODUCTIVE SOURCES

DANCING/SINGING/TALKING SOURCES PRODUCTIVE SOURCES

>24 COMPLAINTS

TOTAL COMPLAINTS

NUMBER OF “MUSIC” COMPLAINTS

1-9 COMPLAINTS

UNPRODUCTIVE SOURCES

10-24 COMPLAINTS

TOTAL COMPLAINTS

>24 COMPLAINTS

“Singing, dancing and slamming on the floor.”

PRODUCTIVE SOURCES

TOTAL COMPLAINTS

1 LOCATION COMPLAINED 92 TIMES

MUSIC SOURCES

PRODUCTIVE SOURCES

STATEN ISLAND

UNPRODUCTIVE SOURCES TOTAL COMPLAINTS

“Loud music. This is an ongoing problem.”

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“Loud music is coming from building very far away. Caller states a very large speaker on a roof is involved.”


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Fine & Dandy

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Fine & Dandy

Fine & Dandy SUN SCREEN SPECTACLE Studio: Surface, Screen & Structure, 2010 Professor: Joseph Vidich Team: Kyle Hovenkotter, Rachel Villalta Status: Built Fine & Dandy was fabricated during Surface, Screen, & Structure, a digital fabrication course at Columbia University Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation. It is a prototype for a sun screening system for the Adidas Sport Performance Store at 610 Broadway. The system was designed in Rhino and Grasshopper, detailed and fabricated using Solidworks, and produced at Maloya Laser, GSAPP’s fabrication lab, and FACE Design.

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1 PANEL: 2’5”X3’9”

panel layout test Clockwise from left: Detailed portion of facade, early panel layout test, message for Soho consumers, interior view.

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Invading space How far can we stretch the laser cut metal panel? Can a sun screen also be a vessel for flowers? Can it send subliminal messages? Fine and Dandy is a series of metal panels that become containers for dandelions, providing a sun screen for the Adidas building in Soho, while becoming a tourist detraction and subversive billboard. More and more, the building facades of Soho are becoming less typical storefront and more avant-garde advertisting canvases. Using the Space Invaders typeface, we created the text “obey, watch, consume, buy� as an ironic take on purchased gallery, storefront, and retail space. We created an interplay between grow panels, perforated panels, and voids. Over the course of a year, the entire facade would change as the dandelions bloomed. The facade would be a living spectacle, culminating in a final act of the seeds blowing away over New York, snowing on the public.

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installation couple panels using Part 1

place Part 1 into Part 2

insert safety pins

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connection detail

Part 1 2 3/4"

QTY: 4

ÿ0 1/4"

0 5/16"

0 41/64"

1" 0 5/8"

2 1/2"

0 1/4"

5"

1"

cut list: 4 elongated holes 5/8” x 5/16” 1 round hole 1/4” Dia.

3 9/64"

overall dimensions: 2 3/4”w x 5”l x 1/4”h

0 5/8"

0 7/8"

1/4” plate steel

Part 2: fixes panel assembly to armature

1 3/4"

0 1/2" 0 1/2"

Part 2 0 1/2"

QTY: 8

2"

overall dimensions: 2 3/16” l x 1 1/4” w x 2” h

1 1/4"

0 1/4"

2 3/16"

cut list: 2 round holes 1/4” Dia. 1 square hole 1/4” w x 1/2” l

0 31/64"

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ÿ0 1/4"

2” angle stock 1/4” thick

2"

Part 1: holds panels together

0 3/8"


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exploded detail

flat panel (mesh like perf)

grow panel

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section section perspective perspective

0101 panels panels 0202 tension tension cable cable 0303 unistruts unistruts 0404 anchors anchors 0505 catwalk catwalk

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Christina Nguyen  

Selection of Work From 2011-2017.

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