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MUSICIAN RESIDENCE CAFE CONFRENCE/LECTURE HALL RECORDING STUDIO SOUND ENGINEERING REHEARSAL ROOM CONCERT HALL VIEWING DECK

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OUTDOOR AMPITHEATER ELEVATOR CORE STAIRS RESTROOM TICKET BOOTH RECREATION ROOM BUILDING ADMINSTRATION RECEPTION

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TRI-GEN HOUSING


Roof Plan

Fourth Level

Fifth Level

Second Level

Third Level

Cut @ 53’-6”

Cut @ 64’-6”

First Level

Cut @ 31’-6”

Cut @ 42’-6”

Cut @ 20’-6”

Open Below

Lobby

Three Bedroom_03

Three Bedroom_02

Three Bedroom_01

Two Bedroom_02

Open Below Lobby

Open Below

Piping System Open Below

Open Below

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Open Below

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Structural Framing

Glazing

Public Space

Green Space

Studio_01 Studio_02

Studio_03

Green Ramp

Mech.

Open Below Open Below Green Roof

Open Below Green Space Below

Open Below

Crontrolled Cross Ventilation for Filtration from Freeway Air

Common Space

Heating Supply

Main Irigation

Cogen Piping Public Space

Evening Shading Devices

Open Cross Ventilation for Soicial Spaces

Radiant Floors

Floor Drainage

Cogen Plant Public Space Public Space

One Bedroom_03

One Bedroom_02

One Bedroom_01

One Bedroom_01

Public Space

Two Bedroom_03

Cogeneration Loop

Heating Loop

Irigation Loop


Exterior e Scree

Piping System

Radiant Heati


LIMINAL CITY


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Evasion Zone Defensive Zone Avoidance Zone


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Forested Wavebreaks Road Commercial/Industry Oyster Rens Residences PLATFORM Trussing Structure Balancing Pontoon

Emergency Tether Release

Floating Load Bearing Pontoons

Gravity Anchor

PLATFORM MECHANISMS


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Market Site Plan

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Boat Dock Exterior Walkway Washroom Mark Stalls Exterior Seating Sliding Wall Interior Dining Area Entrance

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Market Floor Plan


ADD-ON CITY


Park and Recreation 1) Sloped Grassy Surface 2) Meeting / Presentation Rooms 3) Playground

1) Viewing Platform 2) Vending Machines 3)Picnic Area 4) Lavatories 5) Drinking Fountains 6) Rest Area 7) Stairs and Seating

Local History Museum 1) Rear Viewind Area 2) Exhibition Room 3) Reception Area 4) Grassy Area

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Library 1) Front Desk 2) Book Stacks 3) Study / Reading Tables 4) Lower Viewing Platform

Art Gallery 1) Gallery Space 2) Rear Viewing Area 3) Reception Area Black Box Theater 1) Rear Patio 2) Sound Engineer Booth 3) Mean Seating Room 4) Stage 5) Backstage 6) Ticket Room 7) Grassy Area

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Exterior Skin Floorplate Walkway Elevator Core Grass / Planter Past-Building

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Outdoor Picnic / Rest Area

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Local History Museum

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Blackbox Theater

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Park and Recreation

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SUBURBAN STRIP


Building skin with operable louver ventilation panels

Structural arches and framing

Steel tensions rods from which pathways are suspended and held

Moss planted mesh that wraps and cools walkways and gallery spaces

Intertwined circulation pathways and gallery spaces

Lower level pond which acts as a catach basin and evaporative cooler


ETFE PANELIZED SKIN

STEEL I-BEAMS

CONCRETE FOOTINGS

POND/ CATCH BASIN

STEEL TENSION STRUCTURAL RODS

CORUGATED METAL

GLASS RAILINGS

STEEL CROSS MEMBERS

CORTEN STEEL WALKWAY

BUTLER FRAMED TRUSS

EXPLODED TENSION ROD BRACKET


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MALIBU RANCH


CLEVELAND CULTIVATION


FURROWING LAYOUT -PLANTING -WATER COLLECTION

STRAIGHT TRUSS LINES

FARM SURFACE EXTRACTED FROM RULED SURFACE

This project introduces two additional programs to the school in order to strive for comprehensive, hands on educational tools; the city market and the urban farm are introduced as agents that engage students, parents, and the community to help refocus educational practices. Being fiscally integral and functionally co-dependent, the additional programs are spatially distinct from one another. The incorporation of farm and market addresses issues pertaining to child nutrition and communal food interests, through which the participants in the school can help to disseminate into the adjacent neighborhoods by stewarding the land themselves and working in the market. From the politics of the public plaza to the commerce in the market, the school environment offers opportunities for direct interaction with social and economic concepts, principles, and a strategy provided in academia and allows the children of the school direct access to democratic production, economics, and maintenance. This proposal seeks to capitalize on the confluence of city, agriculture and school and Benefiting from the density of the city, the ecological and environment, the project engenders a culture of sustainable urban living through education, production, and stewardship of the farm and city alike. The market is sited adjacent to Live/ Work artist lofts connected by a plaza. Imagining that occasionally market would flow out into the plaza, the plaza is located in relation to the the Live/ Work lofts with tucked under the farm with access via 21st street.

SITE PROPERTY

PROPOSED FIELD / EDGE MIX


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First Floor Program Second Floor Program 21 PLAZA 01 URBAN EDUCATION CLASSROOM 22 MARKET 02 ‘FLEX WALL’ 23 GYMNASIUM 03 12TH GRADE CLASSROOM 24 LOCKER ROOM 04 11TH GRADE CLASSROOM 25 OFFICE 05 10TH GRADE CLASSROOM 26 STORAGE 06 9TH GRADE CLASSROOM 27 CUSTODIAL/ WORKROOM 07 8TH GRADE CLASSROOM 28 FACULTY LOUNGE 08 7TH GRADE CLASSROOM 29 KITCHEN 09 6TH GRADE CLASSROOM 30 DINING / ASSEMBLY 10 5TH GRADE CLASSROOM 31 GREEN HOUSE 11 4TH GRADE CLASSROOM 32 RECYCLE / SEPARATION AREA 12 3RD GRADE CLASSROOM 33 COMPOSTING STORAGE 13 2ND GRADE CLASSROOM 34 FARM TECHNOLOGY LABORATORY 14 1ST GRADE CLASSROOM 35 ADMINISTRATION 15 KINDERGARTEN 36 RESTROOMS 16 COVERED PLAY AREA 37 THEATER 17 OPEN PLAY AREA 38 VOCAL CLASSROOM 18 RESTROOMS 39 INSTRUCMENTAL CLASSROOM 19 FARM 40 VISUAL ARTS CLASSROOM 20 GREEN HOUSE 41 GROUP ART AREA 21 LIBRARY 42 COURTYARD 22 WORKROOM 43 ENTRY / DROP OFF (CARS) 23 STORAGE 44 ENTRY / DROP OFF(BUSES) 45 PARKING 46 LIBRARY 47 FARM 75’-00”

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GREEN HOUSE

STRIPED ROOF FARMING

CLASS ROOMS

MARKET

KITCEN

GREEN HOUSE

FARM

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PLAZA

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DINING PROGRAM / CIRCULATION LOOP

CONTOURED CITY EDGE

UNIVERSITY

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CITY TY / FARM FEEDBACK LOOP

PUBLIC CIRCULATION


MADERA VILLAGE


MULTI-FAMILY GARAGE LEVEL (ON GRADE) SITE PLAN NOTES

LANDSCAPE & ENRICHED PARKWAY PROVIDED MADERA ROAD: LANDSCAPE SETBACK PROVIDED: ENRICHED SETBACK PROVIDED:

LOS ANGELES AVENUE: LANDSCAPE SETBACK PROVIDED: ENRICHED SETBACK PROVIDED:

TOTAL SETBACKS PROVIDED:

10'-0" x 853'-3" = 8,533 S.F. 11'-0" x 853'-3" = 9,386 S.F. TOTAL = 17,919 S.F.

10'-0" x 1068'-8" VARIES x 1068-8" TOTAL

= 10,687 S.F. = 23,945 S.F. = 34,632 S.F.

17,919 S.F. + 34,632 S.F. = 52,551 S.F.

SITE PLAN SHEET


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