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01 David M. Ahumada

UCID:dma9

Bachelors of Science in Architecture - Fall ‘14

New Jersey Institute of Technology. School of Architecture and Design

April 15, 1988 Male. 25 y.o 1(551)482-7403 7604 Bergenline Ave North Bergen NJ, 07047 dma9@njit.edu davidmahumada@yahoo.com

Serious, Hard Working, Creative and Highly Motivated professional with a record of increased responsibility. Proficient in prioritizing and completing tasks in a timely manner. Possesses excellent oral and written communication skills as well as a high level of cultural sensitivity and awareness. Seeking a position as a Junior Architect / Designer.


CONTENTS/CV

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01-04

HEBREW ACADEMY OF MORRIS COUNTY BOOKER-T WASHINGTON APTS

TOOTHPICK PROJECT GESTALT PARK

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05

31-32

34 - 36

HAND DRAWINGS SKETCHES

21-28

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29-30

GESTALT PARK VIEWING TOWER PHOTOGRAPHY

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11-20

HABITAT FOR HUMANITY HOUSING

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06 07

37 - 50

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CURRICULUM VITAE 00

EDUCATION New Jersey Institute of Technology, Newark, New Jersey. Bachelors of Science in Architecture [expected] 5/2014 Bergen Community College, Paramus, New Jersey. 6/2009 North Bergen High School, North Bergen, New Jersey. Diploma 6/2006

CAMPUS ACTIVITIES AIAS, Member. 2012 - Present Print Room, Volunteer. 2011 - Present Supply Shop, Volunteer. 2011 - Present SHPE, Member. 2011 - Present

SKILLS INTERESTS Adobe Illustrator Adobe Photoshop Adobe Premiere Pro Autodesk 3D Max Autodesk Autocad Autodesk Revit Architecture Autodesk Revit Structure Solid Works Google Sketch-up Hand Modeling Hand Drawing MS Office [Word, Excel, Power-point] Mac/Windows Platforms Operating Systems Rhinoceros Languages: Spanish [Native], English [Fluently] Digital Design Drawing Film Editing Filmmaking Golf Music Model Making Painting Photography Sketching Traveling

REFERENCES Jeffrey Barton AIA, 1-609-488-5190 Jeff@JeffreyBartonAIA.com Michael Andreaggi, 1-973-255-0621 Mikeandreaggi@myfirstclassmovers.com Rafael Hidalgo, 1-201-388-1605 Rafa2207@gmail.com


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PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE First Class Movers, Inc. Maintain up-to-date reference list of clients and payroll. Monitored the performance of our employees. Maintenance of trucks, and re-stock them with moving materials for next day move. Monitored by phone client satisfaction, comments and/or complaints. Livingston, NJ. 5/2012 - 8/2013 Fairleigh Dickinson University. Administrative Assistant/TOEFL. Reviewed and processed International student applications in company database. Analyzed and prepared applications to Fairleigh Dickinson University (FDU) from foreign students. Maintained work flow system with FDU International Admissions and ELS Teaneck admissions. Responsible for purchasing all office supplies used at the department. Prepared test room and programmed computers for TOEFL examination. Inspected candidate identification and oversaw computer lab during the test. Responsible for monitoring all students during examination to ensure there is no misconduct. Teaneck, NJ. 5/2011 - 8/2011 North Bergen Public Library. Janitor. Responsible for maintenance and appearance of the entire library. Assisted with set-up of tables and chairs for public and private events. Helped and assisted librarians labeling and organizing books, DVD's, and CD's. North Bergen, NJ. 5/2010 - 8/2010 Banquet Services. Waiter. Exclusively requested for VIP serving at Hyatt Regency Jersey City. Assisted with set-up of tables, linens, chairs, etc, for full service of banquet events. Maintained clear and open communication between all staff members for overall event success. Provided excellent food and beverage service along with superior guest attention. Worked closely with Banquet Staff to ensure all guest requests and concerns were taken care of in a quick and efficient manner New York, NY. 5/2009 - 8/2009 Jeffrey Barton A.I.A. Drafter. Extensive work on Solid Works software. Surveying office and residential buildings for alterations, and renovations. Organized materials library, documents, as well as the appearance of the office Ridgefield, NJ. 5/2008 - 8/2008 Cadent Inc. 3D Modeler/Drafter. Extensive work on OrthoCAD-iQ Software and OrthoCAD-iCast Software. Cleaned, fixed and prepared 3D models of dentures for brace placement. Required quantity of models done per day. Prepared the 3D models, placed braces, rendered multiple images for quality control for reference for our records and the doctor’s. Carlstadt, NJ. 5/2006 - 12/2007


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HEBREW ACADEMY OF MORRIS COUNTY 01

Hebrew Academy of Morris County 146 Dover Chester Rd. Randolph, New Jersey 07869

Project Brief: The proposal for the New Hebrew Academy in Randolph NJ is to keep the school private from the public road, while at the same time preserving as many trees as possible due to religious believes or beliefs. The new purchased lot allows the perfect location for a Sanctuary, the existing dense forest will continue serving as a buffer of exterior noise, allowing peace and quiet to those who come to pray and meditate as well as framing views of the landscape and the architecture. The design takes into consideration the sun and its path during the day to create well lit and comfortable spaces for perfect studying conditions inside and outside. Through the architecture, materiality and structural elements a unique identification (New Identity) will be given to the school by displaying attributes of important symbols of Judaism, with an exceptional approach sequence where the nature and architecture are dominant. Initial Program Sketches Access to Sport Fields from Gym

Access to Sport Fields from Gym Sanctuary

Sanctuary Gymatorium

Gymatorium Visual/Physical Connection Academic + Lobby + Admissions to Sanctuary Lobby

Sanctuary as the pivot point

Visual/Physical Connection Lobby + Academic + Admissions + Dining to Sanctuary

Dining

Views from Sanctuary to School

Lobby y

Academics Academics

Students at the center Dining Administration Visual Connection to the Dover Chester Road Admin. not Connected to school.

Representatives of the School. Administration

Visual Connection to the Dover Chester Road Cantilever over Hillside Ave

Visual Connection to the Dover Chester Road

Midterm Presentation

After Midterm Process

Quick intertior sketches

Professors: Allan W. Kehrt Arch 563. 5th Year. Fall 2013 allan.w.kehrt.2@njit.edu


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Parking Lot View of Main Building

CC

DD

BB

Parking Lot View of Main Building

AA

N

Site Plan

9

Parking Lot View of Main Building

Hebrew Academy of Morris County 146 Dover Chester Rd. Randolph, New Jersey 07869

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HEBREW ACADEMY OF MORRIS COUNTY 01

07 David M. Ahumada Columns

Beams & Girders

Elevator Shaft

1st Floor - Concrete Slab

2nd Floor - Concrete Slab

Lounge

Sanctuary

Non-Load Bearing Walls

Non-Load Bearing Walls

Divides Program Wall-Up to Roof

Entrances/Exits Wall-Pass Roof

Sanctuary: Building Process F

Main Building - 1st Floor

150 SF

N

Main Building - 2nd Floor

1

Main Building - 3rd Floor

Main Building - Roof N

Level v 1 0

5’ 1’

20’ 10’

40’

Steel Structural System

Columns

Beams & Girders

Open Web Truss System

Elevator Shaft

Hebrew Academy of Morris County 146 Dover Chester Rd. Randolph, New Jersey 07869

1st Floor -Concrete Slab

2nd Floor -Concrete Slab

3rd Floor -Concrete Slab


01 HEBREW ACADEMY OF MORRIS COUNTY Non-Load Bearing Partition Walls 12”” Exterior

Non-Load Bearing Partition Walls 6”

Curtain Wall Exterior

Elevated Roof Allow for Skylight

Skylight

Horizontal Louvers -

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South Facade

Sanctuary: Building Process

Administration

N

Sanct Level 2 0

5’ 1’

Administration

20’ 10’

Academic

Sanctuary Building - 1st Floor

Administration Academic Dining N

Level 2 0

5’ 1’

20’ 10’

40’

Sanctuary Building - 2nd Floor

Administration

Academic Dining Gym

Sanctuary Building - Roof

N

Level 3 0

5’ 1’

20’ 10’

40’

Main Building : Building Process Gymatorium

Horizontal Louvers -South Facade

Academic Admin. Dining Entrances/Exits Divides Program

Non-Load Bearing Walls

Vertical Louvers -North Facade

Wall-Pass Roof Non-Load Bearing Walls

Non-Load Bearing Partition Walls 6” Interior

Non-Load Bearing Partition Walls 12” Exterior

Hebrew Academy of Morris County 146 Dover Chester Rd. Randolph, New Jersey 07869

Curtain Walls

Louvers

Allow for Skylights

Elevated Roofs

Supply Return

Main Building - HVAC


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HEBREW ACADEMY OF MORRIS COUNTY 01

6

2

Main Building Lobby

2nd Floor View Towards Main Building

3

4

2nd Floor View Towards Sanctuary

2nd Floor View Towards Sanctuary

7

5

2nd Floor View Towards Gymatorium

Entering Sanctuary

Hebrew Academy of Morris County 146 Dover Chester Rd. Randolph, New Jersey 07869


01 HEBREW ACADEMY OF MORRIS COUNTY Metal Coping Cont. Pt. WD Blocking

Crush Stone

1/2” Protection Board

Roof Insulation

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4” Concrete Slab 3” Corrugated Metal Decking Steel Beam

Physical Model Horizontal Louvers 7 1/2” Aluminum Curtain Wall

3/4” x 1/2” Furring Channel

4” Cast Stone Veneer 2” Air Space 6” Cold Formed Metal Framing 1” Gyp. Bd. Bottom Plate 3/4” x 1/2” Furring Channel

Wood Flooring

4” Concrete Slab 3” Corrugated Metal Decking Steel Beam

Main Building -Birds Eye View Walls

Horizontal Louvers 7 1/2” Aluminum Curtain Wall

Shows the main walls in the new Hebrew Academy. These walls divide the interior spaces into Administration, Academic, Dining, and Gymatorium.

3/4” x 1/2” Furring Channel

4” Cast Stone Veneer 2” Air Space 6” Cold Formed Metal Framing 1” Gyp. Bd. Bottom Plate 3/4” x 1/2” Furring Channel

Wood Flooring

4” Concrete Slab 3” Corrugated Metal Decking Steel Beam

7 1/2” Aluminum Curtain Wall

Steel Column

24” x 24” Block Cut to be Filled with Concrete Base Plate 2” Non-Shrinck CRCUT

Main Building -Birds Eye View-Snow

Hebrew Academy of Morris County 146 Dover Chester Rd. Randolph, New Jersey 07869

Anchor Bolt

4” Crushed Stone 6” Concrete Slab 2” Rigid Insulation

24” x 12” Conc. Footing


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Housing Authority of Jersey City

Building Communities Creating Opportunities Transforming lives Jersey City, NJ Project Brief: In this project we focused on the renovation, conservation and redesign of the public housing as well as it’s response to natural disasters. We worked closely with the Jersey City Housing Authority and the residents to have a better understanding of the existing issues on site after Hurricane Sandy. After meeting with residents, we recognized various issues, such as flooding, parking, sound attenuation due to a freight train close to the site, security, lighting, trash, lack of identity, and lack of connection to the city. Part of this project was done individually and in group. Students selected and studied in detail different counties affected by Hurricane Sandy as well preventing measures and building strategies done around the world. Prof. Leah Meisterlin along with Prof. Brian Loughlin guided us throughout the designing process. Location: Booker-T Washington Apts. Jersey City, NJ 07302 Block 2114 Lot: K1 Initial Research Studies Public Housing

Effects of Hurricane Sandy

Fairfield County Demographics

Fairfield County Transportation

Robert Taylor Homes

Professors: Leah Meisterlin and Brian Loughlin. Arch 464. 4th Year. Spring 2013 leah.m.meisterlin@njit.edu

Building for Disaster

FOREVER Home


02 BOOKER-T WASHINGTON APTS Effects of Sandy

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Demographics Research

United States Connecticut

United States Connecticut 1.1% Connecticut 3,590,347 residents

0.1% Connecticut

98.9%

99.9%

[USA] land area = 3,531,905.43

[USA] population = 313,914,040

1.2% Connecticut 1,360,115 households

98.8%

200 km

[USA] households = 114,761,359

4,842.36 square miles

20 km

738.1 persons per square mile

=

10 mi

200 mi

[Connecticut] density

Fairfield County Towns Affected Flooded Zones Sherman New Fairfield Brookfield

Danbury

Newtown Bethel Monroe

Ridgefield

Shelton

Redding

Easton Trumbull

75%

25% Fairfield County 926,000

New Canaan Stamford Greenwich

98%

Fairfield County residents affected.

1,479 persons per square mile

Stratford Fairfield Bridgeport Westport

Norwalk Darien

98%

3,590,347 Population

Weston Wilton

87.1%

12.9% Fairfield county 624.89 sq. miles

=

10 km 5 mi

2.5 persons per household

4,842.36 sq mi land area

Housing Authority of Jersey City Building Communities Creating Opportunities Transforming lives Jersey City, NJ

[Fairfield] density

2.5 persons per household


BOOKER-T WASHINGTON APTS 02 New Fairfield

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Effects of Sandy Fairfield County

Brookfield

Danbury

Advisory Zone A area subject to storm surge flooding from the 1% annual chance coastal flood. These areas are not subject to high velocity wave action but are still considered high risk flooding areas. Advisory Zone V area subject to high velocity wave action (a 3-foot breaking wave) from the 1% annual chance coastal flood. Zone V is subject to more stringent building requirements than other zones because these areas are exposed to a higher level of risk. Greenwich Flood Zones

Newtown Bethel Monroe Redding

Ridgefield

Easton

Trumbull

Weston Wilton

Bridgeport Stratford Fairfield

New Canaan

Westport Norwalk

Stamford Darien

5 mi

Advisory Base Flood Elevations

Flood/Evacuation Zone

Shelton

10 km Advisory Zone A Advisory Zone V

Least Affected

Shelter

Bridgeport Shelter. Jettie Tisdale Geraldine Johnson Cesar Batalla

Greenwich Shelter. Greenwich Civic Center

Norwalk Shelter. Brian McMahon High School

Fairfield Shelter. Ludlowe High School

Housing Authority of Jersey City Building Communities Creating Opportunities Transforming lives Jersey City, NJ

Westport Shelter. Longlots Elementary School on Hyde Lane


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Effects of Sandy Fairfield County [Transportation] Danbury Branch Sherman

I-84

New Haven Line Newcaan Branch

New Fairfield

Rt 25

Rt 7

Rt 8 Merritt Pkwy

Brookfield Merritt Pkwyy I-95

I-95

Merritt Pkwyy

Danbury Newtown

he e Bethel

I-95

I-95

Monroe Redding

Ridgefield

Shelton

Easton

Trumbull

Weston ord o Bridgeport Stratford

Wilton Wilto ton to Fairfield

New Canaan an

Major Road Close

Norwalk r

Stamford Greenwich

Westport

Darien D 5 mi mi 10 1 0 km km

Housing Authority of Jersey City Building Communities Creating Opportunities Transforming lives Jersey City, NJ


BOOKER-T WASHINGTON APTS 02

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Robert Taylor Apts Public Housing Research United States Illinois

Illinois Cook County

41% Cook County 5,218,080 Residents

59%

98.3%

Cook County Chicago

Chicago Robert Taylor Homes

5,519 Persons per square mile

1.7% Cook County 945.33 square miles

55,518.93 sq mi Illinois land area

12,859,752 Illinois Population

10 km

200 km

50 mi

30 km

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200 mi

10 mi

14% Park Space 6% Building Area

80%

Density 34.5 Dwelling Units per Acre

10 km 5 mi

811,685 Sq Ft of Green Space 648 SqFt of Green per Dwelling Unit E.. 43 E 43rr

Free Space

28 Buildings 16 Stories

158

Apt. per Bldng

9.8

Apt. per Floor

12,269

SqFt Per Floor

1,252

SqFt per Unit

128 Acres 4,415 Apartments 11,000 Exp. Residents 27,000 Act. Residents

E.. 47th E

1/4 mi E. 51s 5

1/2 mi 1 mi 1000 ft 200 m N

Building Footprints

1000 ft

Building Coverage

1000 ft

200 m

200 m

N

N

Landscape

Housing Authority of Jersey City Building Communities Creating Opportunities Transforming lives Jersey City, NJ

Churches Education Facilities Parks Residential Industrial

1 mile from site 1/2 mile from site 1/4 mile from site Site Retail High-Rise Residential


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Building For Disaster FOREVERHOME Price $ 175,000 finished Built in 30 days Weather tight in 40 hrs

Name: ForeverHome Prototype Location: Sebring, Florida Material: Pre-Cast Concrete

Year Built: 2011 Style: Shotgun (New Orleans Home)

Everything in this home is pre-cast concrete. A concrete bunker that would stand up to strong winds of up to 200mph, flying debris, and storm surges.

1200 sq ft, LEED Platinum certified. Wall Detail 8” Concrete Planks

L-Shape Concrete Beam Diffusion of Moisture Through Materials Frost

Interior Finish

Air Leakage Paths Anchor

Precast Concrete

Insulated Precast Concrete Roof The roof is made of individual per-cast sections that are gable-shaped and have ribs that provide the flexural strength required to span the entire width of the structure. The surface of the roof is concrete and has a continuous 5-inch layer of rigid insulation cast within the concrete. Window Detail

Pre-cast Concrete

Head

2” Rigid Insulation

Pre-cast Concrete

Jamb

Integral gutters are cast into the roof sections. The joints between roof members are sealed to prevent water intrusion and a membrane is applied over the entire surface of the roof, for further waterproofing. Pre-cast Concrete 5” Rigid Insulation Pre-cast Concrete Integral Gutters

Housing Authority of Jersey City Building Communities Creating Opportunities Transforming lives Jersey City, NJ

BOOKER-T WASHINGTON APTS

The L-shaped reinforced concrete beams around the perimeter of the structure to support the weight of the wall and roof above.


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BOOKER-T WASHINGTON APTS 02 (Light) Existing & Proposed Lighting Conditions

Booker-T Washington Apts. Meeting with residents

Existing Lights Not Working New / Replaced Lights N

(Security) Existing & Proposed Camera Locations

Initial Studies After meeting with residents, we recognized various issues, such as flooding, parking, sound attenuation due to a freight train close to the site, security, lighting, trash, lack of identity, and lack of connection to the city. I took as part of my research to survey the entire complex and map existing lighting conditions , security cameras, and dumpsters around site. Booker T Washington Apts suffers from a great lack on lighting at night, heavy littered areas, (Trash) Existing & Proposed Trash Locations and no security. Existing Cameras

New Cameras (interior)

N

New Cameras (perimeter)

I decided to tackle these issues by proposing to fix and replace the non working lighting fixtures, place more cameras inside and outside of the buildings as well as on the perimeter of the complex, lastly i proposed to place more dumpsters on site to eliminate or help alleviate littered affected areas. Dumpsters Waste Can New Dumpsters New Waste Cans N

Housing Authority of Jersey City Building Communities Creating Opportunities Transforming lives Jersey City, NJ


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Booker-T Washington Apts. Initial Approach I selected building number nine, located to the North East of the complex. The buildings in Booker-T Washington suffer from lack of identity,and maintenance, so remodeling this buildings was essential. I decided that building number nine was to have double entry doors on both sides, a few entries through the interior and a few through the perimeter. Bigger families live in this building, so for me keeping these families here was key. I designed a module that consisted of (2) four bedroom apartments and (2) two bedroom apartments. Essentially increasing each apartment’s square footage and comfortability of the residents. Existing Site Plan Proposed Building Module Plan. Bldg #9

AA

BB

-

620 sq ft

810 8 1 sq q ft ft 600 sq ft 210 sq ft

Proposed Building Module 3D Bldg #9

Housing Authority of Jersey City Building Communities Creating Opportunities Transforming lives Jersey City, NJ

Proposed Site Plan


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BOOKER-T WASHINGTON APTS 02

To bring more control and security to the residents each apartment has remote control of the entrance door as well as of the security camera located at the front door of each building. Each resident has eyes on the street and control of who comes in the building, this will definitely improve security.

Proposed Building Elevation. Bldg #9

3D Section AA

Housing Authority of Jersey City Building Communities Creating Opportunities Transforming lives Jersey City, NJ


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Detail Air-pocket Wall-Sound Attenuation Wall Concrete Cap Parapet

Roof Membrane Insulation 2” x 4” Wood Top Plate 2” x 4” @ 16” o.c 2” x 4” Air Pocket Gypsum Board

6” Wood Base 2” x 4” Wood Bottom Plate 3/4” Hardwood Floor Roofing Deck 2” x 4” Wood Top Plate

2” x 4” @ 16” o.c 2” x 4” Air Pocket Gypsum Board 6” Wood Base 2” x 4” Wood Bottom Plate 3/4” Hardwood Floor Roofing Deck

2” x 4” Wood Top Plate CMU Concrete Block

2” x 4” @ 16” o.c 2” x 4” Air Pocket

Concrete Panels (Dark)

Gypsum Board 6” Wood Base 2” x 4” Wood Bottom Plate 3/4” Hardwood Floor Roofing Deck

Wall section Detail Physical Model

2” x 4” Wood Top Plate

2” x 4” @ 16” o.c Handrail w/ 3-7/8” Max. Opng.

2” x 4” Air Pocket Gypsum Board

12” x 12” Concrete Columns 12” Min. Tread 7” Max. Riser

6” Wood Base 2” x 4” Wood Bottom Plate Existing Concrete Slab

Grade Existing Concrete Footing

3D Section BB

Site Physical Model

Existing Concrete Slab

Continuous Concrete Footing

1/16 Scale Wall Section Detail Housing Authority of Jersey City Building Communities Creating Opportunities Transforming lives Jersey City, NJ


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Habitat For Humanity Housing East Orange Housing Authority East Orange, NJ Project Brief: This project consisted of designing five sustainable homes, for low income residents of the area. The required price per square foot couldn’t exceed $100.00 USD.

Prof. Darius Sollohub along with Architect Jack Inglese guided us throughout the designing process.

North 15th St.

North 16th St.

We worked closely with East Orange Housing Authority and the residents to have a better understanding of the existing issues on site, as well as the resident’s wants for their homes.

DN

UP

DN UP

DN

William St

William St

North 15th St.

North 16th St.

Location: William St. North 15th, 16th, & 17th St’s, East Orange NJ, 07017

Initial Program Diagrams 2nd Floor

1st Floor

Basement Patio Garage

Patio Garage Bedroom

Bedroom

Bedroom Dining

Bedroom

Dining Kitchen Bathroom Laundry

Stairs

Stairs

Shared Bathroom Mast. Bathroom

Kitchen Bathroom Laundry

Mech. Room Bathroom

Stairs

Stairs

Living Room

Master Bedroom Living Room

Professor: Darius Sollohub. Arch 463. 4th Year. Fall 2012 darius.t.sollohub@njit.edu

Shared Bathroom Mast. Bathroom

Master Bedroom

Stairs


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North 15th St.

North 16th St.

Physical Models

DN

UP

DN UP

DN

William St

Habitat for Humanity. Housing Project. East Orange, NJ Housing Authority

North 15th St.

North 16th St.

William St


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Corner Lot Home - Type A

Estimated Cost Exterior Walls Interior Walls Flooring Roofing Site Doors/Windows Bathrooms/ Kitchen Slab/ Garage Electrical

$ 9,497.80 $ 564.00 $ 15,855.00 $ 8,144.25 $ 4,475.00 $ 9,325.00 $ 33,750.00 $ 12,000.00

Grand Total Total Sq Ft Price per Sq Ft

$121,902.85 1500 sq ft $ 90.00

Plumbing Diagram

Corner Lot Home - Type A

Thermal Envelope

Drought Tolerant Plants

Section AA 0

2

4

8

Habitat for Humanity. Housing Project. East Orange, NJ Housing Authority

Cold Water Hot Water Vent Lines Drain Lines


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10' - 0"

Corner Lot Home - Type A

20' - 0"

North 15th St.

AA

20' - 0"

5' - 0" 3' - 0"

22' - 0"

Materials Vertical Siding (White) Horizontal Siding (Tan) Wood Planks

Dining 159 SF Kitchen 117 SF

Powder Room 24 SF

Bedroom 130 SF

Bedroom 120 SF

34' - 0"

Mech. Room 24 SF

Shared Bathroom 39 SF

Powder Room 37 SF

Laundry

M. Bathroom 39 SF Living 134 SF

M.Bedroom 128 SF W.I.C 40 SF

0

Level 0 0

2

4

Level 2

2

8

0

1

Level 1 0

2

4

8

Corner Lot Home - Type A

South Elevation

West Elevation 0

2

4

8

East Elevation 0

2

Habitat for Humanity. Housing Project. East Orange, NJ Housing Authority

4

8

North Elevation 0

2

4

8

0

2

4

8

2

4

8


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Interior Lot Home - Type C

Estimated Cost

Infill Lot Home - Type C

Exterior Walls Interior Walls Flooring Roofing Site Doors/Windows Bathrooms/ Kitchen Slab/ Garage Electrical

$ 9,497.80 $ 564.00 $ 15,855.00 $ 8,144.25 $ 4,475.00 $ 9,325.00 $ 33,750.00 $ 12,000.00

Grand Total Total Sq Ft Price per Sq Ft

$121,902.85 1500 sq ft $ 90.00

Plumbing Diagram

Energy Efficient Windows Thermal Envelope

Drought Tolerant Plants

Section CC 0

2

4

8

Habitat for Humanity. Housing Project. East Orange, NJ Housing Authority

Cold Water Hot Water Vent Lines Drain Lines


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Interior Lot Home - Type C CC 1

22' - 0"

Materials Vertical Siding (White) Horizontal Siding (Tan) Wood Planks

Dining 159 SF Kitchen 117 SF

Bedroom 129 SF

34' - 0"

Mech. Room 24 SF

Powder Room 24 SF

Bedroom 116 SF

Shared Bathroom 39 SF

Powder Room 37 SF

Laundry

M. Bathroom 39 SF Living 134 SF

M.Bedroom 128 SF W.I.C 40 SF

0

Level 0 0

2

4

8

2

Level 2 0

1

2

4

8

Level 1 0

2

4

8

Infill Lot Home - Type C

South Elevation

West Elevation 0

2

4

8

East Elevation 0

2

Habitat for Humanity. Housing Project. East Orange, NJ Housing Authority

4

8

North Elevation 0

2

4

8

0

2

4

8


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Wall Specifications

5 1/2”

5 1/2”

3 1/2”

7 5/8”

CLG. Joist

CLG. Joist

CLG. Joist

2 - 2” x 6” Wood Top Plate

2 - 2” x 6” Wood Top Plate

2 - 2” x 4” Wood Top Plate

2” x 6” Wood Stud @ 16” o.c

5/8” Gypsum Wallboard

5/8” Gypsum Wallboard

5/8” Gypsum Wallboard R-15 Batt Insu.

2” x 4” Wood Stud @ 16” o.c

1/2” Ext. Grade Sheathing

Ex’g Conc. Wall R-15 Batt Insul.

6” Vinyl Siding on Tyvek House Wrap

5/8” Gypsum Wallboard

2” x 6” Wood Bottom Plate

2” x 4” Wood Bottom Plate

Floor

Floor

Exterior Walls

2” x 4” Wood Bottom Plate

Interior Partitions

Interior Block Wall

Metal Joist Hanger

Wall Section Details Press Metal Plates

Roof Shingles

Stairshaft / Skylight

Truss System TYP. Soffit width 12” Continous Screen Vent (2) 2” x 6” Stud @ 24” o.c W/ 1/2” Gyp. Batt Insulation

Master Bedroom

Bedroom

Horizontal Siding Vertical Siding 3/4” Hardwood Floor on 5/8” Plywood Subfloor

6” Wood Base

Alum. Gutters & Ldrs. To Storm

CLG Joist 2” x 4” Wood Top Plate

(3) 2” x10” Perimeter

12” TJI 230 Pro Series @ 16” O.C Living Room

Kitchen

Entrance Vestibule Handrail W/3-7/8” Max. Opng.

Handrail W/3-7/8” Max. Opng.

6” X 6” Posts

6” X 6” Posts

10” Min. Tread 8” Max. Riser

Grade

Down to Porch 8”

Down to Porch 8”

Pressure Treated 5/4” x 6” Decking

Pressure Treated 5/4” x 6” Decking

Galv. Joist Hanger 2” x 8” @16” o.c (2) 2” x 10” Perimeter 6” x 6” Post W/Galv. Bracket

Concrete Footing

Bolted w/ 1/2” Thru-Bolts @ 24” o.c Staggered

R-19 VSK Fiberglass Batts-Draped and Sealed

Closet

Closet

2” x 4” Wood Bottom Plate

Habitat for Humanity. Housing Project. East Orange, NJ Housing Authority

6” x 6” Post W/Galv. Bracket Concrete Footing

R-15 Batt Insul.

24” x 12” Continous Conc. Footing W/2 Rebar Grounded. Perforated Perimeter Foundation Drain Set in Pourus Fill w/Filter Fabric w/Cement Cove

2” x 8” @16” o.c (2) 2” x 10” Perimeter

Long Section Detail Drawing

10” Min. Tread 8” Max. Riser

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Truss System 2” x 6”

Ladder Truss A

Press Metal Plates

Truss A

2” x 6”

Truss B

2” x 4”

2” x 6”

2” x 4”

2” x 4”

2” x 6”

2” x 4”

2” x 4”

2” x 6”

Ladder Truss B 2” x 6”

2” x 4”

2” x 4”

2” x 4”

Truss A

Ladder Truss A

Truss B

Ladder Truss B

Stairshaft / Skylight

(2) 2” x 6” Stud @ 24” o.c W/ 1/2” Gyp. Batt Insul. Wood Planks Horizontal Siding

Bathroom

6” Wood Base

Bathroom

5/8 Gypsoum Wallboard

Bathroom

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R-19 VSK Fiberglass Batt-Draped and Sealed R-15 Batt Insul. 2” x 4” Wood Bottom Plate Floor

Short Section Detail Drawing Habitat for Humanity. Housing Project. East Orange, NJ Housing Authority

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TOOTHPICK PROJECT 04

Project Brief: This project consisted of designing a toothpick structure, no limit on the amount of toothpicks used, that could withstand as many bricks as possible without falling or breaking. I base my idea, on women shoes, high heels. They are small, fitted to specific measurement, to withstand a specific weight.

Professor: Mounir. Arch 163. 1st Year. Fall 2009


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Professor: Mounir. Arch 163. 1st Year. Fall 2009

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GESTALT PARK 05

Project Brief: In this project, I selected this famous painting by Vincent Van Gogh called Starry Night. We were to essentially make diagram to better understand it, and eventually make a park.

Professor: Christopher Phillips. Arch 155. 1st Year. Fall 2009


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Professor: Christopher Phillips. Arch 155. 1st Year. Fall 2009

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GESTALT PARK VIEWING TOWER 06

Project Brief: After finishing Gesltalt Park, students were to make a viewing tower for the park.

Professor: Mounir. Arch 163. 1st Year. Fall 2009


PHOTOGRAPHY 07

Professor: Nina Prantis. Arch 419. 2nd Year. Spring 2011 nina.prantis@njit.edu

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Professor: Nina Prantis. Arch 419. 2nd Year. Spring 2011 nina.prantis@njit.edu

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PHOTOGRAPHY 07

Professor: Nina Prantis. Arch 419. 2nd Year. Spring 2011 nina.prantis@njit.edu

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HAND DRAWINGS SKETCHES 08

Body Parts ,Animals and Things Medium: Pencil The goal here is to express different line weights and shadow techniques used, as well as different ways to approach a drawing.

drawing negative shapes

drawing shapes

shapes & shadows


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Medium: Ink The goal here is to express different line weights and line shadow techniques used,

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