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David Begley Architecture and Design


I’ve never considered myself good at drawing. I didn’t feel comfortable sketching and did it as little as possible. That changed during the drawing class I took my sophomore year of college. One of our projects was to draw a self-portrait. I spent hours and hours drawing myself and am incredibly proud of the final product. Its given me the confidence to sketch more, and the skills to better communicate through drawing. The best memory I have from my time studying in Italy is the night I spent lost in Venice. I left my friends at a bar and walked back to my hotel. I took a wrong turn and spent a half hour wandering around back alleys and piazzas. It was incredible to experience Venice in such a personal and intimate way. There were no tourists around: just me, the cobblestone streets, and the water. I was a little disappointed when I stumbled into Piazza San Marco and knew the rest of my way home.


David Begley Alexandria, VA ddb90@vt.edu 970.412.8154

Education

Virginia Tech - Master of Architecture Lehigh University - Bachelor of Arts (Architecture) Study Abroad - Vicenza, Italy

May 2018 May 2012 Summer 2011

Experience

DBI Architects - Reston, VA Dan Ionescu Architects - New York, NY Hauser Architects - Loveland, CO TAAG Architects - Denver, CO

2017 - 2018; Designer 2014 - 2016; Project Manager 2013 - 2014; Intern Architect 2012 - 2013; Intern Architect

Extracurriculars

2017 Canstruction - Best Expression of Theme AIAS Treasurer 2017 Inter-school Design Competition 2018 AIAS Cote Top 10 Competition

Software

Revit, Autocad, Sketchup, Rhino, Grasshopper, Adobe Suite, Office, Bluebeam

Interests

Architecture, Photography, Travel, Hiking, Ice Cream See resume for more detail


Alexandria Library Books Are For Everyone The building is separated into three masses - occupants enter and exit in the light glass mass, read in the central mass covered in metal panels, and circulate in the heavy masonry mass. Books are kept in an underground vault watched over and distributed by robot librarians. Reading spaces are spread throughout the main mass. They become more exotic and whimsical as the building rises, culminating in a green roof with an egress slide.


The project is located in downtown Alexandria, VA. Occupants will approach on foot along King Street or by bike along Fayette Street.

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Four huge concrete columns stretch from the bottom of the vault to tie into the undulating roof beams.


The project funnels all rainwater to a collection and filtration system in the cellar.

The building is full of a variety of different styles of reading spaces. Some are quiet, some noisy, some traditional, some whimsical.


Alexandria Archeology Museum Bringing the Past to Life The project is a museum and conservation space designed to house the remains of a sailing ship found on the Alexandria Waterfront. The museum is a series of frames created by CLT trusses. The building rests lightly on a pixelated topography scaled to the human figure that reacts to the changing water levels of the Potomac River. Visitors progress through exhibits up to the second floor where the remains of the ship are juxtaposed with a usable replica floating in the Potomac.


Visitors approach the site inland along Prince Street. They enter the site, and from there enter the main building or the associated library.

Lessons Learned:

The whole building is based around one detail, the CLT truss. I missed the opportunity to design other details, such as the stairs or windows. This would give the building greater depth and would have resulted in a better final product. The landscape I designed is overly complicated and heavy handed. I was attempting to connect Old Town with the river, and I didn’t quite accomplish this. Looking back, the landscape could be simpler and include less intervention and still connect the two elements better.


The remains of a late 18th-century sailing ship were uncovered while digging the foundation for a hotel on the Alexandria waterfront in 2015. (Picture credit: Kate Patterson / Washington Post)


Weathering the Storm Hurricane Resiliency in the Florida Keys The project is a 600-student elementary school in Marathon, FL designed to serve the community during all stages of the disaster cycle. All the continuously-inhabited spaces are raised to protect against rising sea levels and storm-related flooding. The main classroom and office spaces are located in three wings that are protected by operable hurricane shutters. The wings are connected by open spaces covered with a large parasol roof to protect against rain and sun.


Site access is separated. Students enter the site from the east side, the public enters from the west.


Sunny Day

Cleaning Up During the Recovery Phase, the building provides anything the community needs. Shelter, food, power, and clean water are all available. Meanwhile, classes continue to provide stability to the children affected. During the Response Phase, the building acts as a shelter for the community, protecting the people against the wind and water of a hurricane.

Hurricane

Recovery

Response

Mitigation

During the Mitigation Phase, the building acts as a normal elementary school while providing the community with strategies to make the existing neighborhood more resilient.

During the Preparedness Phase, the building performs as a normal school while also educating the public about procedures to follow Preparedness in the event of hurricane.

Chronic Flooding

The Disaster Cycle was originally developed by FEMA and described by David Godschalk; “Future Directions in Natural Hazard Mitigation� (09/17/2004)


All proposed uses are sorted and located by how protected they need to be. All uses are located high enough not to be interrupted by minor flooding or rising sea levels. Water heights are determined by historical records and NOAA sea level rise projections.


Copenhagen Concert Hall A Cultural Connection With Water The project is a concert hall in the Christiania neighborhood of Copenhagen, Denmark. The concert hall is shaped to mimic a wave rising up and breaking into the Copenhagen Harbor. The wave shape protects from harsh northerly wind, while opening to the sun from the south and west.


The section of the building mimics the structure and shape of a wave.

The steps that create the wave shape also create a public amphitheater facing the harbor. These steps also drop down into the water creating a place for the public to safely interact with the harbor on nice days.


Lessons Learned:

The building should be turned more to create one public space instead of two. The threshold needs work. There needs to be more of a transition from inside to out, and not a simple doorway. The structural system needs work as well. I ignored the structure, but if included it will and should affect the design of the building.


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1/2" FRTR PLYWOOD SHEATHING

1/2" FRTR PLYWOOD SHEATHING

VENTED NAIL BOARD INSULATED MIN R-33

9"

PRETRIM ENGINEERED ROOF INSUL BACK, ADD TRUSSES SOLID PER BLKG FOR AIR VENT STRUCTURAL ENGINEER

TRIM INSUL BACK, ADD SOLID BLKG FOR AIR VENT FRTR 2x10 BLOCKING

FRTR 2x10 BLOCKING 6"x6" ALUMINUM GUTTER

BP 5 132' - 6" 1'-0"

PVC TRIM FASCIA

10" LGMF

BP 5 132' - 6"

PVC TRIM FASCIA

BP 5 - 6"

1'-0"132'

1'-0" 1'-8"

VENT SOFFIT

1'-8"

VENT SOFFIT

6"x6" ALUMINUM GUTTER

10" LGMF CONTINUOUS RUNNER - TYP.

3/4" FRTR PLYWD SHEATHING

3/4" FRTR PLYWD SHEATHING

5

CIP TIE BEAMS

CIP TIE BEAMS

EIFS 1 - 2"

7' - 8"

5'-4"

EIFS 1 - 2"

8"

CONTINUOUS CLEAT

BP 1 124' - 10"

1'-8"

10" LGMF

8"

2 LAYERS 3/4" FRTR PLYWD SHEATHING CONTINUOUS RUNNER - TYP.

PRE ENGINEERED ROOF TRUSSES PER STRUCTURAL ENGINEER

PRE ENGINEERED ROOF TRUSSES PER STRUCTURAL ENGINEER

CONTINUOUS CLEAT 10" LGMF 2 LAYERS 3/4" FRTR PLYWD SHEATHING CONTINUOUS RUNNER - TYP.

BP 1 124' - 10"

VENT SOFFIT

CIP TIE BEAMS

2' - 0"

2' - 0"

BP 1 124' - 10"

4x4 AL DOWNSPOUT

FIN 1/2" GWB CEILING

FIN 1/2" GWB CEILING

2" RIGID INSULATION WITH METAL Z STUDS

2" RIGID INSULATION WITH METAL Z STUDS FIN 5/8" GYP BD CEILING

1/2" GWB

1/2" GWB

2" RIGID INSULATION ALUMINUM DRIP EDGE WITH METAL Z STUDS

8"

6"x6" ALUMINUM GUTTER

PVC TRIM FACIA 5/8" TYPE X GWB OVER 1/2"x2 3/8" RESIL CHANEL @ 16" O.C.

5/8" TYPE X GWB OVER 1/2"x2 3/8" RESIL CHANEL @ 16" O.C.

1 1/4" EIFS 4

1 1/4" EIFS 4

4 1/2"

TRIM INSUL BACK, ADD SOLID BLKG FRTR 2x10 BLOCKING

5/4 PVC CLOSED CELL TRIM

5/4 PVC CLOSED CELL TRIM

5

5/8" FRTR PLYWOOD SHEATHING

ALUMINUM FLASHING

ALUMINUM FLASHING

12

VENTED NAIL BOARD INSULATED MIN R-33

4 1/2"

REINFORCED MAS WALL 8" CMU

REINFORCED MAS WALL 8" CMU

STANDING SEAM METAL ROOFING OVER ROSIN PAPER AND 15 LB FELT

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5/4 PVC CLOSED CELL TRIM

5/4 PVC CLOSED CELL TRIM

REINFORCED MAS WALL 8" CMU

1'-0"

CONTINUOUS RUNNER - TYP.

7' - 8"

EIFS 4 - 1 1/4"

ALUMINUM DRIP EDGE ALUMINUM DRIP EDGE

INSULATED GLASS WINDOW

INSULATED GLASS WINDOW 5/8" GYP BD

4x4 AL DOWNSPOUT

6'-0" R.O.

INSULATED GLASS WINDOW

EXTR. ALUMINUM SILL TYP.

9'-6"

8' - 6"

8' - 6"

9'-6"

9'-6"

10'-6"

10'-6"

11' - 6"

11' - 6"

4x4 AL DOWNSPOUT

EXTR. ALUMINUM SILL TYP.

11' - 6"

1'-0"

410 Seve Suite 405 Annapolis 410.268.3

VENTED NAIL BOARD INSULATED MIN R-33

5'-4"

9"

5

5

STANDING SEAM METAL ROOFING OVER ROSIN PAPER AND 2 LAYERS 15LB FELT

8"

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5

12

12

Q

12 STANDING SEAM METAL ROOFING OVER ROSIN PAPER AND 2 LAYERS 15LB FELT

1'-8"

Q

PTD WD STOOL TYP.

PTD WD STOOL TYP.

EXTR. AL SILL TYP.

PTD WD STOOL TYP.

3/4" FRTR PLYWD SHEATHING

3'-10"

3' - 4"

3' - 4"

REINFORCED MAS WALL 8" CMU

SECOND FLOOR 113' - 4"

8" CONCRETE HOLLOW CORE PLANK

8" CONCRETE HOLLOW CORE PLANK 1/2" GWB

1/2" GWB

REINFORCED MAS WALL 8" CMU

EIFS 1 - 2"

EIFS 1 - 2"

CIP TIE BEAM 4' - 10"

1'-0"

CIP TIE BEAM

REINFORCED MAS WALL 8" CMU

3'-10"

3'-4"

5/4 PVC CLOSED CELL TRIM

5/4 PVC CLOSED CELL TRIM CIP TIE BEAM 8" CONCRETE HOLLOW CORE PLANK

2" CONC. TOPPING

SECOND FLOOR 113' - 4"

10" LGMF CONTINUOUS RUNNER - TYP. 2 LAYERS VERT.3/4" FRTR PLYWD SHEATHING

10"

SECOND FLOOR 113' - 4"

10" LGMF CONTINUOUS RUNNER - TYP. 2 LAYERS VERT.3/4" FRTR PLYWD SHEATHING

2" CONC. TOPPING

CONTINUOUS CLEAT

1'-0"

CONTINUOUS CLEAT

BASEBOARD TBD

BASEBOARD TBD

ALUMINUM FLASHING

ALUMINUM FLASHING

10"

3/4"TOPPING FRTR PLYWD SHEATHING 2" CONC.

2' - 6"

EXTR ALUMINUM SILL

EXTR ALUMINUM SILL BASEBOARD TBD

EIFS 1 - 2"

5/8" GWB ALUMINUM DRIP EDGE

FIN 1/2" GWB CEILING

FIN 1/2" GWB CEILING

2" RIGID INSULATION WITH METAL Z STUD - MIN R-10

2" RIGID INSULATION WITH METAL Z STUD - MIN R-10

1 1/4" EIFS 4

1' - 0"

1 1/4" EIFS 4

1' - 0"

3/4"

ALUMINUM DRIP EDGE SEALANT

9'-10"

SEALANT

ALUMINUM DRIP EDGE

9'-10"

SEALANT

INSULATED GLASS WINDOW

INSULATED GLASS WINDOW

13'-4"

1 1/4" EIFS 4 2" RIGID INSULATION WITH METAL Z STUD - MIN R-10

1' - 0"

FIN 5/8" GWB CEILING

3/4"

EXTR ALUMINUM SILL

CAST STONE WATER TABLE

BASEBOARD TBD

8" CMU

1/2" EXPANSION JOINT

4" FACE BRICK - PARGE BELOW GRADE PRECAST CONC. SPLASH BLOCK CONCRETE FOOTING - PER STRUCTURAL ENGINEER SLOPE AWAY FROM FOUNDATION

4" CONCRETE SLAB

FIRST FLOOR 100' - 0"

1

WALL SECTION

2" RIGID INSULATION WITH 2" Z CHANNEL - MIN R-10

8" STRUCTURAL CMU

5/8" FRTR PLYWOOD SHEATHING

BASEBOARD TBD

EXTR AL FLASHING

1/2" EXPANSION JOINT 4" CONCRETE SLAB

4" FACE BRICK - PARGE BELOW GRADE CONCRETE FOOTING - PER STRUCTURAL ENGINEER

4"

PRECAST CONC. SPLASH BLOCK

2' - 4"

CONTINUOUS VAPOR BARRIER

2

A315

SLOPE AWAY FROM FOUNDATION

CONTINUOUS VAPOR BARRIER 6" MIN GRAVEL

6" MIN GRAVEL

3/4" = 1'-0" A315 Copyright/DBI/2017/All Rights Reserved

2" RIGID INSULATION WITH METAL Z STUD - MIN R-10

4"

FIRST FLOOR 100' - 0"

PTD WD STOOL TYP.

8" STRUCTURAL CMU

2' - 4"

2'-4"

2" RIGID INSULATION WITH METAL Z STUD - MIN R-10

5/4 PVC CLOSED CELL TRIM

BASEBOARD TBD 8" CMU SLAB 4" CONCRETE

4" FACE BRICK - PARGE 6" MINBELOW GRAVELGRADE CONTINUOUS PRECAST CONC. SPLASH BLOCK VAPOR BARRIER CONCRETE FOOTING - PER STRUCTURAL ENGINEER SLOPE AWAY FROM FOUNDATION

PTD WD STOOL TYP.

ALUMINUM FLASHING CONTINUOUS CLEAT 1'-0" 1 1/2"

1/2" EXPANSION JOINT CAST STONE WATER TABLE

3/4" FRTR PLYWD SHEATHING

FRTR BLOCKING AS REQUIRED 1'-0" 1 1/2"

GALV. LADDER TIES @ 5/4 PVC CLOSED CELL TRIM 16" O.C.

EXTR. AL SILL TYP.

2" RIGID INSULATION MIN R-10

2" RIGID INSULATION MIN R-10

WALL SECTION 3/4" = 1'-0"

2' - 6"

EXTR ALUMINUM SILL 3/4" FRTR PLYWD SHEATHING PTD WD STOOL TYP. ALUMINUM FLASHING CONTINUOUS 2" RIGID INSULATIONCLEAT WITH METALFRTR Z STUD - MIN R-10 BLOCKING AS REQUIRED

6' - 0" R.O.

10' - 0"

10' - 0"

10'-0"

6'-0"

6'-0"

INSULATED GLASS WINDOW

2

A315

WALL SECTION

Meridian Assisted Living - Brandon, FL

This 300-bed assisted living facility is located in Brandon, FL and includes a memory care component. I produced many of the construction drawings for this project including these sections.

3/4" = 1'-0"

FIRST FLOOR 100' - 0"


PROPERTY LINE

EXISTING JOISTS TO REMAIN

EXISTING JOISTS IN NEIGHBORING APARTMENT

EXISTING JOISTS TO REMAIN

EXISTING BRICK PARTY WALL EXISTING BRICK WALL

2

2' MAX

THICKEN SLAB AND KEY INTO FOUNDATION AS SHOWN

#5@12 EACH WAY - TYP.

SHELVING DETAIL

3

SCALE= 1/2"=1'-0"

3

1'-5"

4" 5" THICKEN SLAB AND KEY INTO FOUNDATION AS SHOWN COMPACTED SOIL UNDER FOOTING

6"

2 MIN

1'

SLAB RETAINING WALL DETAIL SCALE= 1/2"=1'-0"

A-302 2

SCALE= 1/2"=1'-0"

4" 5"

4" MIN 1'-3"

4" 5"

1'-3"

2'-6" UNDERPINNING

CONTINUOUS VAPOR BARRIER

CONTINUOUS VAPOR BARRIER

KEY THICKENED SLAB INTO FOUNDATION

6" MIN

UNDERPINNING DETAIL

NEW REINFORCED SLAB 6x6-W2xW2 WWF 4" GRAVEL

5" REINFORCED SLAB 6x6-W2xW2 WWF 4" GRAVEL CONTINUOUS VAPOR BARRIER

COMPACTED SOIL UNDER FOOTING

1

4" GRAVEL #5 @ 12" EACH WAY

1/2" EXPANSION JOINT

EXISTING FOOTING

KEY SLAB INTO FOOTING

6" MIN

NEW REINFORCED SLAB 6x6-W2xW2 WWF

±4'-8" SEE PLAN

NEW CONCRETE SHELF

EXISTING FOOTING NEW CONCRETE UNDERPINNING 5" REINFORCED SLAB 6x6-W2xW2 WWF 4" GRAVEL CONTINUOUS VAPOR BARRIER

±2'-6" EXISTING

SHIM AND DRY PACK

EXISTING RUBBLE WALL FOUNDATION

EXISTING CELLAR SLAB IN NEIGHBORING APARTMENT

EXISTING RUBBLE WALL FOUNDATION

8'-2" CLEAR

8'-2" CLEAR

PROPERTY LINE

PLUMBING CHASE TO ROOF REPLACE WINDOW WITH WIDER ONE AS SHOWN SEE WINDOW SCHEDULE

PARTY WALL TO REMAIN EXPOSED BRICK - PATCH AND REPAIR BRICK AS REQUIRED

A 4A 2.08 BEDROOM AREA: 111 SQ FT LIGHT REQ: 12 SQ FT LIGHT PROVIDED: 15 SQ FT VENT REQ: 6 SQ FT VENT PROVIDED: 7.5 SQ FT

2.11

DN

2'-778"

A

2'-778"

C B A

3'

C

A

3'

3'

A

C

B 3'

3' 1 A-202

EXISTING FIRE ESCAPE TO REMAIN

B

3'

W/D 2'-6"

2.06

PLUMBING CHASE TO ROOF

4A A REPLACE WINDOW WITH WIDER ONE AS SHOWN SEE WINDOW SCHEDULE

UNDERPIN IN 3PLUMBING PHASESCHASE - EXCAVATE TO ROOF AND POUR FOUNDATION IN "A" SECTIONS, THEN "B" SECTIONS AND LASTLY "C" SECTIONS

1 A-202

KITCHEN / LIVING AREA: 193 SQ FT LIGHT 19.3 SQ FT LINE OFREQ: EXCAVATION LIGHT PROVIDED: 25 SQ FT VENT REQ: 9.8 SQ FT VENT PROVIDED: 12 SQ FT

2

3'

3'

3'

B

3'

3'

C

A

3'

B

3'

C

A

LINE OF FOOTING UNDER UNDERPINNING

A-301 X

INFILL DOORWAY MATCH EXISTING WALL ALIGN

2.04 2

PARTY WALL TO REMAIN EXPOSED BRICK - PATCH AND REPAIR BRICK AS REQUIRED

EXISTING BEAM TO REMAIN SHORE AS REQUIRED

4A

2.03 BEDROOM AREA: 140 SQ FT LIGHT REQ: 14.0 SQ FT LIGHT PROVIDED: 25 SQ FT VENT REQ: 7.0 SQ FT VENT PROVIDED: 12 SQ FT

2

9'

EXISTING BEAM TO REMAIN PLUMBING CHASE TO ROOF

UP

C

1

UP

726 SQ FT CONCRETE STEPS

2.10

4A

DN

INFILL DOORWAY MATCH EXISTING WALL

2 BEDROOM

2.09 CONCRETE SHELF - SEE DETAIL

C

3'

PLUMBING CHASE TO ROOF

UP

NEW COLUMN AND FOOTING SHORE EXISTING BEAM AS REQUIRED SEE DETAIL 4/A-400

3'

B

A

UP

NEW SLAB ON GRADE

CONCRETE SHELF - SEE DETAIL

A-302 2

17-31 Linden Street - Queens, NY EXISTING STEPS TO GRADE TO REMAIN

This is the upper floor plan and some underpinning details of a threestory, six-unit walk-up in Ridgewood Queens. As the project manager, I redesigned the units to provide a better layout, an extra bathroom, and a nicer kitchen while adhering to strict light and ventilation requirements. 3 BEDROOM In addition, the basement and a lightwell were excavated to gain more W/D space and I produced these details with the help of a structural engineer to safely underpin the existing foundation. W/D

UNDERPINNING PLAN

REPLACE WINDOW WITH WIDER ONE AS SHOWN SEE WINDOW SCHEDULE

PLUMBING CHASE TO ROOF

A

4A

4A

3.08

4A

DN

BEDROOM AREA: 111 SQ FT LIGHT REQ: 12 SQ FT LIGHT PROVIDED: 15 SQ FT VENT REQ: 6 SQ FT VENT PROVIDED: 7.5 SQ FT

3.11

3.07

9'

3.02

14'-821"

1 A-202

4A

BEDROOM AREA: 111 SQ FT LIGHT REQ: 12 SQ FT LIGHT PROVIDED: 15 SQ FT VENT REQ: 6 SQ FT VENT PROVIDED: 7.5 SQ FT

3 BEDROOM

3.01

ALIGN

1

DN

UP

1

INFILL DOORWAY MATCH EXISTING WALL A-301 X

INFILL DOORWAY MATCH EXISTING WALL

ALIGN

933 SQ FT

3.09

3.10

3.06

BEDROOM AREA: 140 SQ FT LIGHT REQ: 14.0 SQ FT LIGHT PROVIDED: 25 SQ FT VENT REQ: 7.0 SQ FT VENT PROVIDED: 12 SQ FT

2

PLUMBING CHASE TO ROOF

2'-6"

4A

2

3.05

2

3.12

EXISTING FIRE ESCAPE TO

KITCHEN / LIVING AREA: 193 SQ FT LIGHT REQ: 19.3 SQ FT LIGHT PROVIDED: 25 SQ FT VENT REQ: 9.8 SQ FT VENT PROVIDED: 12 SQ FT

2

2

2

6'-3"

972 SQ FT

2

2

4A

SPIRAL STAIR TO NEW POP UP ON ROOF

PARTY WALL TO REMAIN EXPOSED BRICK - PATCH AND REPAIR BRICK AS REQUIRED

PLUMBING CHASE TO ROOF

4A

KITCHEN / LIVING AREA: 193 SQ FT LIGHT REQ: 19.3 SQ FT LIGHT PROVIDED: 25 SQ FT VENT REQ: 9.8 SQ FT

2

3.04

MIN 3'-6"

SCALE= 1/4"=1'-0"

PLUMBING CHASE TO ROOF

MIN 3'-6"

5

AREA OF AREA OF EXISTING EXCAVATION SLAB TO BE REPLACED

UP

2'-778"

2'-10"

NSTRUCTION PLAN

B

3'

B

2'-778"

2'-778"

2'-10"

A

2.12

ALIGN 1

4'-421"

2'-778"

C

BEDROOM AREA: 111 SQ FT LIGHT REQ: 12 SQ FT LIGHT PROVIDED: 15 SQ FT VENT REQ: 6 SQ FT VENT PROVIDED: 7.5 SQ FT

14'-821"

6'-3" UP

2.01

2

2

1 A-202

BEDROOM AREA: 140 SQ FT LIGHT REQ: 14.0 SQ FT LIGHT PROVIDED: 25 SQ FT VENT REQ: 7.0 SQ FT VENT PROVIDED: 12 SQ FT

2

2.05

W/D

2

2

726 SQ FT

2

2

4A

2 BEDROOM

2.07

9'

2.02

MIN 3'-6"

4A 4A

4A 2

KITCHEN / LIVING AREA: 193 SQ FT LIGHT REQ: 19.3 SQ FT LIGHT PROVIDED: 25 SQ FT VENT REQ: 9.8 SQ FT VENT PROVIDED: 12 SQ FT

MIN 3'-6"

PLUMBING CHASE TO ROOF

4A

3.03 BEDROOM AREA: 140 SQ FT LIGHT REQ: 14.0 SQ FT


Portfolio  

A collection of some of my work.

Portfolio  

A collection of some of my work.

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