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Dominika Linowska

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Dominika Linowska. 2019 e: dominika@linowska.com w: www.linowska.com


Contents Responsive Suburbia incremental housing. thesis project

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Muskoka Bay Resort multi-unit residential. new build

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Bathouse public. competition

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Deep Bay Cottage residential. new build

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Office in Eastern Docklands office. civic / public functions

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Annex House residential. addition & reno. urban

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Reboot / Rescale housing. high density. restoration

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Georgian Bay Residence residential. new build

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Nodular Growth housing. mid-rise. medium density

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Deep Bay Bunkie small scale residential

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Union Station Enhancement public. infrastructure. revitalization

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Palmerston Additon + Reno residential. addition & reno. urban

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Lakeshore Towns multi-unit residential. new build

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Hand-made + Collage drawings, sketches, models, collage

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Archiprix 2014 nominee

Responsive Suburbia: dwelling and working in IJBurg Type of project: housing, thesis, individual Location: IJBurg, Amsterdam Supervisors: Nelson Mota (main) www.nelsonmota.com Ype Cuperus (secondary) Duration of project: 10 months Date of completion: June 26, 2013 (MSc.Arch) Responsive Suburbia is a project of 72 units, addressing housing in suburban areas such as IJBurg. Two dwelling types are distributed around the site forming clusters of live and work units. Apartments consist of free-standing, row, and semi-detached typologies, depending on their orientation. The capacity of these units to grow incrementally (‘responsive housing’) is a key feature of this project. Responsive Suburbia proposes an approach to the design of collective spaces, blurring the boundaries between public and private. The façade materialization corresponds with this notion as well as the idea of balancing individual expression with the community’s identity. The project has an activity strip located between the waterside and residential edge, consisting of landscape and recreational functions serving as a lively catalyst for the neighbourhood. Responsive Suburbia could be appropriated as a positive example for living collectively, and a healthy model for designing blank development sites such as IJBurg.

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office

office

storage

garbage/ recycling

pergolas

play ground

picnic area

dance studio

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1 Existing situation; vastness, open waters on Steigereiland North 2 Design proposal. View of main street; facade and human scale analysis.

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3x3 grid

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streets define blocks

Responsive Suburbia

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dwelling type A

dwelling type B

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3 x 3m construction grid

cross-lam. timber wall panels

cross lam. timber floor panels

elements are prefab. with openings

extentions in own material

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3 View of collective courtyard and the IJ river. A white render coat is used for the courtyard-facing facades acing as a canvas for additions, 4 Zoning diagram explaining incremental growth concept. House A grows outwards in one direction. House B can extend upwards by 1 storey. The dotted lines illustrate the maximum possible volume to extend for each dwelling which has been predetermined according to sun paths, circulation, privacy. 5 Extension matrix for dwelling types A and B. An array of programmatic and functional possibilities.

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6 Looking down from roof terrace of House B onto the public activity strip with integrated landscaping and pavilions following the grid.

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Responsive Suburbia


bedroom + living room

spa / salon

restaurant / cafe

photography studio

local lunch diner

dining room

bedrooms for 2 kids

master bedroom + study

2 extra bedrooms

basic unit: roof terrace

additional home office

dentist

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9m2

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Responsive Suburbia

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25m2

25m2

18m2

18m2

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11m2

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8m2

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LIVE WORK

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25m2

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20m2

20m2

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22m2

22m2

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3m2

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3m2

3m2

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3m2

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House A. includes an internal permeable divider

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9m2

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2m2

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25m2

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25m2

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14m2

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3m2 4500

WM

37m2

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37m2

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1 House A. interior axonometric, ‘permeable wall’ as vertical divider between dwelling and working. 2 Typical construction + materiality of House A 3m2

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8m2

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11m2

4 Diagrams of possible expansions for House A 5 House B. interior axonometric, study of materiality and spatial qualities 4.5m2

WM

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37m2

1500

6 Section through House B

3m2

4500

7 Diagram of second storey additions for House B 18m2

2300

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12.5m2

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25m2

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2 5mm white render coat, Fermacell HC reinforcing mesh, light plaster render, 125mm Fermacell HD Building Board , 140mm Ecobatt insulation with ECOSE timber battens every 578mm 900mm KLH 3-layer panel finish coat (white wax)

1 1:50 model (triplex wood, card, MDF) Front facade (street-facing) lined with black slate shingles.

Gaulhofer triple glazed tilt and slide wooden window

2 The ‘back’ facade (private entrance via internal courtyards) is treated with a white render coat. The who sides were chosen to have a neutral palette in order for the additions to take place in a more free manner, incorporating unique facades ranging from wood cladding, shingles, brick veneer, concrete panels, vinyl siding, aluminum, etc.

75mm cast in-situ polished concrete floor incorporating under floor heating and cooling, waterproof membrane, 100mm rigid insulation, 300mm concrete slab

3 1:20 (not to scale on page) section through dwelling type B. Investigation on cross-laminated timber panel construction as well as cladding, details, connections.

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Responsive Suburbia


triple-glazed wood-frame facade

wooden decking on top of soffit drainage layer: gravel polymer bitumen seal 140mm Ecobatt insulation (pressure-resistant) moisture barrier: bitumen aluminum 125mm KLH floor / roof panel

triple-glazed wood-frame operable window

white steel stair

6mm Marley Eternit black fibre cement slate cladding (500mm x 250mm) fixed with treated sw battens and counterbattens, 140mm Knaufinsulation Ecobatt with ECOSE, timber battens every 578mm 900mm KLH 3-layer cross-lam.timber panel

internal single glazing

triple-glazing facade

wooden canopy and sun shading

solid wooden door (street entrance) CLT partition wall

stone pavers above 1.5% slope (drainage layer)

3 Responsive Suburbia

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Bathouse: Type of project: public building, spa, competition, collaboration Competition name: “Renaissance of Retreat – Rebirth of the Bath house” Location: Liepaja, Latvia Duration of project: 4 months Date of completion: May 2014 The Liepaja bath house is part of a longstanding and rich tradition of communal bathing in Europe. Reactivating this bath house as a retreat destination begins with the relationship it has with the surrounding parkland and beach. The building endeavors to be a mediator between the spa experience and surrounding nature. The reactivation of the facility seeks to align the building with other historical bath houses. The baths of Pompeii remain one of the most iconic examples in the ancient world. As seen in figure C, the bath is nested within an urban block. The collection of rooms and courtyards are formed by the negative space left by the surrounding dwellings. This way, housing is given prime access to the surrounding city, while access to the spa is to retreat into a hidden world, removed from its surroundings. This basic relationship of dwelling and bathhouse is applied to arrange the building program. The spa becomes hidden from the world beyond, a place of seclusion and contemplation. Guests to the spa access accommodation and dining facilities off of the main spa floor and are welcomed by private views and access to the forest 14

and beach beyond.


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parking exist bldg footprint entrance accommodation patio

6 bar 7 w/c 8 restaurant 9 kitchen 10 gym

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courtyard sweat lodge storage mechanical loading area

EAST ELEVATION 1:400

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Bathouse

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bike parking admin offices personal care sensory chamber


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change rooms ring hall entrance accommodation restaurant patio

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6 indoor pool 7 w/c 8 steam room 9 sauna 10 showers

lobby mechanical storage outdoor pool yoga studio

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massage mud bath fire bath ice bath salt bath

NORTH ELEVATION 1:400

Bathouse

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1. lobby 2. existing hall 3. changeroom 4. private care facilities 5. spa wing 6. ring hall 7. outdoor pool

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8. indoor pool 9. gym 10. restaurant 11. accommodation

SECTION BB 1:400

Bathouse

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Bathouse

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Office in Eastern Docklands Type of project: office/civic building, individual Location: Amsterdam centre, Piet Heinkade. Supervisor: Engbert van der Zaag www.mir.nl Duration of project: 8 weeks Date of completion: June 2012 (MSc.Arch) The design project is an office building for a yet-unknown user and is located between the Oostelijke Handelskade and the IJ. The client is a large project developer that wants an efficient and easily rentable building, meaning that the design has to be suitable for one large-scale tenant and several small-scale tenants. One storey has to have ideally rentable dimensions; separation walls must able to be placed at intervals of 1,8 m (standard grid of 1,8 m for office spaces used); installation facilities should be easily accessible and maintenance requirements must be kept to a minimum with respect to the façade in particular. Every office space has to have an operable window as well as light and sun protection. These spaces must also accommodate flexible workplace installations. The following types of office spaces are required: single-occupancy rooms, 2-person rooms, 4-person rooms, quiet workstations, open-plan offices, and a variety of informal consultation rooms. The building has to be as energy efficient as possible. The client contemplates climate façades and concrete-core activation. The challenge primarily lies in designing something interesting within these “generic” parameters. 22


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massing restrictions

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cut outs for busses + courtyards

circulation

Office in Eastern Docklands

offices on top + commercial below


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bike storage (144)

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resto diner

bar

cafe

books/print /post kiosk convenience + food

kiosk kiosk

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hallway lockers mech.

storage

storage

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storage

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storage

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storage + lockers

LEVEL -1 and -2 Office in Eastern Docklands

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4 LOW VEGETATION GROWING MEDIUM FIBER & DRAINAGE LAYER WATERPROOF MEMBRANE INSULATION LAYER

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CONCRETE TOPPING

FIREPROOFING

DETAIL A 1:5 1. Continuous aluminum angle 2. Terra cotta fastening middle zinc clip 3. Terra cotta tile (150.5 x 288mm) 4. Operable internal sun shading device 5. Terra cotta fastening bottom clip

DETAIL E 1:5 1. Spray fireproofing 2. Metal studs 3. Pivot/turn window 4. Jamb detail

1: 20 TYPICAL O

AIR SPACE ECOTHERM INSULATION CERAMIC TILE CLIP HARDWOOD BASEBOARD

2 3 1

CROSS-VENT. OPENINGS

WHITE-PAINTED SUSPENDED WOOD ACOUSTIC PANELS ARTEMIDE® 'Algoritmo' LIGHT STAND-ALONE SUSPENSION FLUO DIFFUSER-DUAL EMISSION DIRECT + INDIRECT + DIMMABLE

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SUSPENDED TUBE LIGHT 1800

DETAIL C 1:5 1. Steel profile 2. Wooden window frame and sill 3. Block

SPACE FOR MECHANICAL VENTILATION WIFI CABLES

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3037,05

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1800 x 1800 WOODEN WINDOW FRAME DOUBLE GLAZED WINDOW INTEGRATED WITH FIXED & OUTWARD-SWINGING

DESK LAMPS FOR OPTIONAL EXTRA DIRECT LIGHTING

C 13MM GYPSUM BOARD

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LIGHT GAUGE STEEL FRAMING 50MM ECOTHERM® INSULATION

B WATERPROOFING MEMBRANE 13MM GYPSUM SUBSTRATE

RADIANT HEATING / COOLING BUBBLE DECK® AIR POCKET STEEL REINFORCEMENT SITECAST CONC.

3215

FLUSH WINDOW INTEGRATED WITH FIXED & OUTWARD-SWINGING

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WOODEN TONGUE & GROOVE FLOORING CONCRETE TOPPING SHEAR REINFORCEMENT

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DECORATIVE GRAVEL MOISTURE MEMBRANE / BITUMEN HEAVY DUTY OUTDOOR INSULATION

DETAIL D 1:5

PRECAST CONC. ELEMENT FOR SUNKEN GARDEN

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1:20 TYPICAL F

1 1 to 20 section through facade explaining structure, 3 4 materialisation, climate of office spaces 2 Entering through the garden tunnels in between office volumes 3 Ground floor, main entrance: double height, glass block material

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1:20 VERTICAL SECTION

Office in Eastern Docklands

4 Double height office spaces on levels 1.5 / 2

DETAIL B 1:5 1. Extruded aluminum angle for metal stud wall 2. Light gauge steel U-track 3. Smooth concrete subfloor topping 4. Wooden baseboard detail


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Office in Eastern Docklands

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Reboot / Rescale Type of project: mass housing, refurbishment collaborated with Paul Mulder + Suzanna Weeda Location: Amsterdam South, Bijlmer district Supervisors: Olv Klijn www.fabrications.nl Caro van de Venne www.barcodearchitects.com Duration of project: 16 weeks Date of completion: January 2012 (MSc.Arch) The studio project deals with a quintessential relic of post-war housing in the Netherlands: the Bijlmerflat Kleiburg. Students were called to develop new strategies that reach farther then renovation of what is already there, or consolidation from a purely cultural vantage point. By making use of the existing building, new possibilities for this mastodon will be extensively explored. Refurbishing the existing apartment block by means of keeping the structural walls was essential. Dwellings are evenly partitioned off every 5m. New typologies for starters, students, young families as well as studios were implemented. The restoration of facade materials was also taken into consideration, transforming the grey and brutalist character into a more appealing, updated and brighter tone. The existing Kleijburg block is closed off and unapproachable. The main issue is that the existing building of 500 dwellings has a lifeless plinth. By raising the block and making the ground floor more permeable, more activity is generated and the housing complex becomes automatically safer. 28


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1 Main issue: human scale is lacking in the Bijlmer; it’s simply too big! ‘rescaling’ the area by neighbourhood allotment is a solution to the problem.

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2 Fragment model (1:100), facade study of apartments 3 Opening up the podium floor by raising building; main concept for enhancing activity on ground floor 4 Ground floor plan of the renewed Klejburg block 5 Typical 3-bedroom maisonette dwelling, level 10+11 6 Interior view of maisonette

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Reboot / Rescale

7 Interior of bedroom (maisonette type dwelling)


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Prize for Excellence! 2nd Place

Nodular Growth Type of project: housing, individual. Location: China Town, Ottawa Supervisor: Jay Lim Duration of project: 14 weeks Date of completion: December 2010 (B.Arch) Medium density Housing Project located on a constrained corner site in Ottawa’s Somerset Heights (770 Somerset Street West). Includes 40 units, parking, commercial space. Nodular Gowth is a new type of urban growth; a micro city within a neighbourhood. Units among the complex reflect the proportions of the surrounding vernacular housing type: one to two storey, clad in brick. Units are stacked vertically and horizontally to achieve the density of an apartment building. The gaps between the units allow for extensions or ‘rooms to grow’. These additional spaces incorporate a multitude of usages, such as: a den, guest room, library, winter garden. 40% of the units are equipped with these extensions. Having interconnected streets and nodes transforms an ordinary apartment building into a stacked micro neighbourhood within the macro city scale. A market hall at grade will serve as a shop for local goods and will additionally cater to various events, exhibitions.

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ATRIUM HOUSING COMMERCIAL

SOMERSET STREET WEST

The site: prominent corner, which used to be a parking lot

Typical street front facade

Street front with altered program

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Market / Exhibition Hall Underground Parking (21 lots) Mechanical / Electrical Atrium, main circulation

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Co-op meeting room Public Garden Roof terrace Residential Units


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1 Somerset Street West looking toward Booth Street. 2 First concept sketch of infill 3 Initial 1:200 concept model 5

4 West entrance to building from Lebreton Street. Market hall beneath housing shown 5 Axonometric of dwellings type A, B, and C (with grey nodes / extensions added)

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Nodular Growth

6 Roof terrace is open to residents, providing a place to meet neighbours, entertain, or enjoy a sunny day. North-facing view onto LeBreton Flats – a future housing development site. 7 Materiality of facade: white brick and wooden accents 8 Rendering of maisonette 9 Unit B, bedroom within one of the extentions


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professional work

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Union Station Enhancement Type of project: Public (3P) Location: Toronto, Ontario Project Architect: RDHA Role: Advocate Architect (RCD) Date of completion: witheld Union Station Trainshed Redevelopment is a major infrastructure project. A critical piece of the Metrolinx Regional Express Rail program that will provide all-day, two-way, service on all GO Transit corridors. The project includes preparation of infrastructure to accommodate increased capacity and the future electrification of the trains. The design concept for the project attempts to bring unity and clarity to these parts, and to create public visibility and a heightened expression of this dynamic piece of transit infrastructure. My role within this project was to generate design options for both the Platform level and the Concourse level; as well as various details throughout. I have taken part in coordination with consultants, as well as the production of computer renderings, and the meticulous production of Reference Concept Design drawings.

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SLOPE

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610mm TACTILE TILES

SLOPE

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ENCLOSURE, TYP. S U.N.O.

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COLUMN WITH SS COVER (TYP)

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2400mm MINIMUM

2735

NEW CANT STRIP CONC. COLUMN BASE

CONT. 3mm BENT METAL STAINLESS STEEL BAND, CAPPED AT ENDS

79

CONT. CAULKING

EDGE BARRIER AND CURB REFER TO PLANS FOR LOCATIONS

FASTENERS AS REQUIRED

50

610 mm TACTILE WARNING TILE REFER TO DRAWINGS FOR LOCATIONS

TRENCH DRAIN

T.O. PLATFORM - LEVEL BOARDING ONCORR USEP 1219mm ATR

- ROOF MEMBRANE - WATERPROOFING MEMBRANE LAPPED OVER TRANSITION MEMBRANE - SMOKE VENT / BULKHEAD (REFER TO STRUCTURAL DRAWINGS)

VARIES

MIN. 2% SLOPE

SEE STRUCTURAL FOR CONNECTION

CONCRETE BULKHEAD - REFER TO DRAWINGS FOR RECONSTRUCTION OR EXISTING LOCATIONS

BACKFILL REFER TO STRUCTURE

SMOKE VENT SKYLIGHT - DETAIL TYP

5 AN7601Z 1:2

BULKHEAD TYPICAL STUB PLATFORM - REFER TO DRAWINGS FOR CANOPY W/SINGLE RECONSTRUCTED OR COLUMN AT LARGER CANOPY SPAN EXISTING LOCATIONS

3

C.L.

VARIES

4

G3

2 AN7406Z

GENERAL NOTE: - REFER TO AND C WITH ARCHITECT DRAWINGS FOR W SMOKE VENTS AN - SITE VERIFY ALL

1 : 20

5

O.C.S

CONT. SSG

CONT. SSG

2 LAYERS OF 6mm TEMPERED LAMINATED GLASS

2 LAYERS OF 6mm TEMPERED LAMINATED GLASS

5 05/04/2019 ISSUED FOR 30% RCD 2 31/10/2018 ISSUED FOR 15% RCD 1 23/05/2018 ISSUED FOR 10% RCD MARK DATE REVISIONS

CONTINUOUS FALL ARREST RAIL

SEAL / STAMP

MAX

693

© 2015 Entuitive Corporation. Must be returned upon request. "Reproduction of these drawings, specifications, related documents and designs in whole or in part is strictly forbidden without the prior written permission of Entuitive Corporation"

U/S NEW STUB PFM CANOPIES

EL.87.703

U/S ONCORR USEP LVW

EL.86.783

T.O. PLATFORM - LEVEL BOARDING ONCORR USEP

VARIES

51mm x 51mm x 3mm ALUMINUM FRAME WHERE APPLICABLE

RWL WITH 1% SLOPE TYPICAL

965

BULKHEAD - REFER TO DRAWINGS FOR RECONSTRUCTED OR EXISTING LOCATIONS

NEW LVW

CONTINUOUS RECESSED LIGHT FIXTURE COLUMN WITH SS COVER (TYP)

CONSULTANT

SMOKE VENT BULKHEAD BEYOND

760 MIN.

CONC. COLUMN BASE TYPICAL

SMOKE VENT SKYLIGHT AT SSG JOINTS

610 mm TACTILE WARNING TILE REFER TO DRAWINGS FOR LOCATIONS

610 mm TACTILE WARNING TILE REFER TO DRAWINGS FOR LOCATIONS

METROLINX T.O. NEW TRACK SLAB EAST

BACKFILL REFER TO STRUCTURE

VARIES

SILICONE JOINT

ONCORR USEP

DESIGN

TO MATCH EXISTING

2 LAYERS OF 6mm TEMPERED LAMINATED GLASS

PROJECT

TITLE

100

6 AN7601Z 1:2

MIN. 2% SLOPE

100

TYPICAL STUB PLATFORM CANOPY W/ DOUBLE COLUMNS PLATFORM

1 AN7406Z 1 : 20

DRAWN

TYPICAL CANOPY AND EDGE BARRIER DETAILS RDHA RDHA

CHECKED

RDHA

EQ

EQ

SCALE

As indicated

DATE

05/04/2019

CONTRACT NO.

AN7406Z

201603

6 AN7601Z

BULKHEAD OR SMOKE VENT - REFER TO DRAWINGS FOR RECONSTRUCTED OR EXISTING LOCATIONS

EXTENT OF SMOKE VENT BULKHEAD VARIE

SMOKE VENT SKYLIGHT TYP

4 AN7601Z 1:5

Union Station Enhancement

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Lakeshore Towns Type of project: multi-unit residential Location: Mimico / Toronto, Ontario Project Architect: Trevor McIvor (Trevor McIvor Architect Inc) Developers: Preeminent Developments Role: DD, Interior design, marketing coordination Date of completion: expected 2020 Lakeshore Towns is a combination of timeless and contemporary features, housing 19 dwelling units located in Mimico, a thriving, prominetly green area in Etobicoke. The apartments focus on natural daylight, and smart uses of space, providing the dweller with cozy nooks, functional arrangements, and a flexible lifestyle. 50% of the units are equipped with expansive private roof top decks, which are perfect for entertaining, or just escaping from the everyday hustle and bustle. The 2 and 3 storey dwellings come with a feature stair which acts as a light well to bring in daylight from the top down to the lower levels. There are various layouts designed to suit all strata of society. Whether it’s a bachelorstyle of living, a full family home, students, or retirees, Lakeshoe Towns encompasses everybody’s needs and makes everyone feel unique in their dwelling. The interior palette includes light oak engineered hardwood floors, bright and spa-like surfaces in the bathrooms, quartz kitchen countertops, stainless steel appliances, and ample windows and storage space in every room.

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Ground Floor Plan

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Second Floor Plan

Lakeshore Towns


Third Floor Plan

Roof Plan

Lakeshore Towns

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2

4

3

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5

1 Kitchen / living room facing balcony with open stair to private spaces upstairs 2 Master bedroom of unit 2 3 Ground floor backyard and patio of unit 11 4 Outdoor terrace view towards Lake Ontario from unit 7 (rooftop) 5 Kitchen / dining room view from a 2-bdrm unit 6 Axonometric drawing of unit types within complex 7 Morning front facade view from Lakeshore Blvd West

6

7 Lakeshore Towns

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Muskoka Bay Resort Type of project: new built, residential condos Location: Muskoka, Ontario Project Architect: Trevor McIvor (Trevor McIvor Architect Inc) Developers: Freed Developments Role: Project Management, SD, DD Date of completion: expected 2019 The Muskoka Bay Resort was designed to blend into its’ surroundings of the Canadian shield. The 62-unit condo has two sides to it: the forested entrance side, and the golf course side. Both are quite different, relating to their specific programmes. The entry facade of mixed glazing types has an ephemeral quality that makes the building disappear into the surrounding forest. The golf side is compartmentalized into smaller units with outdoor space, framing some of these individual units with wooden boxes acting as frames to the views. The lobby of the Muskoka Bay Resort provides a link between the two contrasting sides of the building. The fully-glazed lobby is a portal joining the driveway side with the golf side, it is also the place where the building jogs in order to reduce the scale and create a more interesting flow of hallways above. Muskoka Bay Resort has eight typical unit types and two penthouse unit types. Muskoka Bay Resort will be built out of site-cast concrete and have an integrated panel system of varying types of glass finishes.

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2

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C1 B2 B1 A1 A2

1 Site Plan showing ground floor plan, lobby, circulation, various types of units

3

2 Golf-side view of condo; Rendering by Caramel.

P1

3 Axonometric drawings of unit types; typology study. 4 Penthouse unit view onto golf course. Rendering by Caramel.

C3 C2

4 Muskoka Bay Resort

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Deep Bay Cottage Type of project: new built, sinlg family residential Location: Parry Sound, Ontario Project Architect: Trevor McIvor (Trevor McIvor Architect) Role: Project Mangement, SD, DD, CD Date of completion: 2019 expected Located near Ontario’s Killbear Provincial Park, this cottage features incredible views onto a lake, as well as crown land which has copious forests lacking any types of buildings. It was a perfect opportunity to build on top of the highest point of the property, overlooking the water, and the edges of the cliff. The granite on site gave way to a perfect and stable foundation, on bedrock. The cottage is mainly steel frame construction with timber infill roof system at three different heights. The largest challenge was the lack of wall space, due to a high amount of glazing. Multiple moment frames, as well as heavy roof beams had to be used in order to achieve this look. Deep Bay Cottage ‘grows’ out of the surrounding stone and is nestled in between the old pines, and cedar trees.

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Title

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NW 4.03

1 Construction site photo of main roof, showing detail of steel and wood framing 2 Construction site photo of ICF foundation, steel errection and blasted rock. 3 Construction site photo of kid;’s bedroom wing, steel, wood framing up. 4 Penthouse unit view onto golf course. Rendering by Caramel.

A

1

B

PREFINISHED WOOD SIDING, TYPICAL

METAL FASCIA

METAL FASCIA

W10

CW2c

W08

W09

W03

West Elevation

W A4.03

SCALE: 3/16" =

7

D06

2

1'-0"

6

14'-01/8"

W11

W12 12'-7"

15'-43/8"

PREFINISHED WOOD SIDING, TYPICAL

C

STONE CLAD WOOD-BURNING FIREPLACE

5+

5

4

3+

3 STONE CLAD WOOD-BURNING FIREPLACE

PREFINISHED WOOD SIDING, TYPICAL

METAL FASCIA MIN.2%

METAL FASCIA MIN.2%

METAL FASCIA

CW5d W12 12'-91/8"

W11

W10

CW5b

W08

W03

D01

D06

West Elevation SCALE: 3/16" =

58

1'-0"

Deep Bay Cottage

12'-101/2"

15'-61/4"

CW5c


ofs

RR

+ Vapour Barrier (min.R30)

2

C

3

B

A

3+

4

5

5+

1 A5.04 R03

R01

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2 A5.04

3 A5.04

R01

R01

FD01e

KITCHEN

ENTRY HALL

BEDROOM 1

F01

-1'-4 1/4"

F01

SG01

-1'-4 1/4"

FW1

-1'-4 1/4"

LOWER LOUNGE

BEDROCK

1. Copyright of this drawing is reserved by the Architect. The drawing and all associated documents are an instrument of service by the Architect. The drawing and the information contained therein may not be reproduced in whole or in part without prior written permission of the Architect. 2. These Contract Documents are the property of the Architect. The Architect bears no responsibility for the interpretation of these documents by the Contractor. Upon written application, the Architect will provide written/ graphic clarification or supplementary information regarding the intent of the Contract Documents. The Architect will review Shop Drawings submitted by the Contractor for design conformance only.

BEDROCK

SG01

-10'-4"

3. Drawings are not to be scaled for construction. The Contractor is to verify all existing conditions and dimensions required to perform the work and report any discrepancies with the Contract Documents to the Architect before commencing any work.

n + Vapour Barrier (min. R30)

BEDROOM 2

1'-63/4"

SG01

BATH

8'-8"

DINING / LOUNGE

9'-0"

12'-0"

s

BEDROCK

4. Positions of exposed finished mechanical or electrical devices, fittings, and fixtures are indicated on architectural drawings. The locations shown on the architectural drawings govern over the Mechanical and Electrical drawings. Those items not clearly located will be located as directed by the Architect. 5. These drawings are not to be used for constuction unless noted below as "Issuance: For Construction" 6. All work is to be carried out in conformance with the Code and Bylaws of the authorities having jurisdiction. 7. The Architect of these plans and specifications gives no warranty or representation to any party about the constructabilit y of the building(s) represented by them. All contractors or subcontractors must satisf y themselves when bidding and at all times ensure that they can properly construct the work represented by these plans. © TREVOR MCIVOR ARCHITECT INC 2017

Section through kitchen and living SCALE: 3/16" =

1'-0"

Change ID

Change Name

0

Rev. ID

Issue Name

02

Issued for Building Permit

2017-10-05

01

Issued for Client Review

Date

2016-11-25

1

3

T/O STEEL HIGH ROOF 13'-2 5/8"

10'-0" T/O SLAB BASEMENT -10'-0"

1'-21/2"

.R10) -2'-6 1/4" FW1

8'

2 A5.01

E

F

12'

Section through master wing SCALE: 3/16" =

2 A5.05 R03

R02

R01

R02

12'-0"

KITCHEN

LIVING ROOM

SG01

SG02

4"

R02

T/O SUBFLR MAIN FLOOR 0"

4'

2

W1

1 A5.05

General Information A0.01 Cover Sheet A0.02 Document Management A0.03 Construction Assemblies Site Plans A1.01 Existing Survey A1.04 Site Plan Proposed Floor Plans A2.41 Proposed Foundation Plan A2.43 Proposed Foundation Perspective A2.44 Proposed Foundation + Steel Perspective A2.45 Proposed R03 Foundation + Steel + Framing Persp… A2.46 Proposed Basement Plan A2.47 Proposed Main Floor Plan A2.48 Proposed Roof Plan Elevations A4.01 North Elevation A4.02 East & South Elevation A4.03 West Elevation Building Sections MASTER BEDROOM OFFICE A5.01 Building Sections A5.02 Building Sections A5.03 Building Sections Wall Sections A5.04 Wall Sections A5.05 SG01 Wall Sections A5.06 Wall Sections A5.07 Wall Sections A5.08 Wall Sections Schedules A8.01 Window & Door Schedule STRUCTURAL S001 General Notes & Typical Details S002 General Notes & Typical Details S101 Foundation Plan S102 Ground Floor Framing Plan S103 Roof Framing Plan S201 Lower Sections S202 Lower Sections S301 Upper Sections S302 Upper Sections

8'-91/2"

T/O STEEL MED ROOF 10'-2 5/8" T/O STEEL LOW ROOF 8'-9 5/8"

0

D

Sheet Index

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1 A5.01

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02

6

SG01

-1'-4 1/4"

-1'-4 1/4" FW1

3

1'-0"

TREVOR MCIVOR ARCHITECT INC Architecture:

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5+

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Trevor McIvor trevor@trevormcivor.com Dominika Linowska dominika@trevormcivor.com METAL SIDING, TYPICAL

T/O STEEL MED ROOF MIN.2% 10'-2 5/8" T/O STEEL LOW ROOF 8'-9 5/8"

Consultant CW2b

CW2a

MIN.2%

Architect D02

Engineering:

D03

D04

CW1

W20

14'-4"

Ross Spark

T/O SUBFLR MAIN FLOOR 0"

PREFINISHED WOOD SIDING, TYPICAL

MIN.2%

W19

W18

W17

W16

W15 13'-81/8"

16'-41/2"

METAL FASCIA

134 Peter St. Toronto, ON M5A 4M2 t: 416. 912. 0544 x228 w: www.trevormcivor.com

MIN.2%

T/O STEEL HIGH ROOF 13'-2 5/8"

16'-11"

PREFINISHED WOOD SIDING, TYPICAL

Blackwell Engineers 416.593. 5300 blackwell.ca

MIN. 5% SLOPE FOR DRAINAGE

MIN. 5% SLOPE FOR DRAINAGE

D05

CW4

D06

T/O SLAB BASEMENT -10'-0"

Deep Bay Cottage

77 Calow Rd. Township of Carling, District of Parry Sound, ON, P0G 1G0

0

4'

East Elevation SCALE: 3/16" =

1'-0"

8'

12'

West Elevation

A4.03

Drawn: DL

Deep Bay Cottage

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Annex House Type of project: renovation & addition residential Location: Toronto, Ontario Project Architect: Trevor McIvor (Trevor McIvor Architect Inc) Role: Project Mangement, SD-DD-CD-CA, Interior Design Date of completion: 2016 Located in Toronto’s Annex neighbourhood, the dwelling for a family of 4 features an extensive renovation of an existing Victorian home. Maintaining the historic shell as much as possible, the interior was entirely gutted, altering the floor plans, the circulation and the programme. Integrating a fresh and contemporary style of living into the design was key. A smart placement of stairs and hallways allows for an open plan. Annex House is all about bringing in natural daylight, avoiding clutter, keeping organized, and allowing for a balanced lifestyle. The main feature of the house is the double-height opening over the dining room with suspended glowing lights, as well as the original parallam opentread stair. This void brings in natural daylight to the main living area on the main floor as well as helps open up the second floor volume. Many elements, whether its millwork or windows in the house frame the views. Linear lighting plays a key role in adding character to the house. It helps to accent important moments, as well as provides subtle, indirect lighting, creating an overall glow to the house. The interiors of Annex House encompass a modern yet timeless palette of: white oak, white painted walls, custom oak 60

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third floor

second floor

ground floor

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2

1 View onto second floor hallway and double-height void, surrounded by linear lights 2 View from sunken family room onto contemporary kitchen, and stair ‘lightwell’ 3. A large opening was created in the second floor structure to bring ample daylight into dining room, and the entire ground floor.

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1 Second floor hallway from yoga room, looking down into kitchen from double-height void 2 Main entrance view onto kitchen, dining, living room and feature staircase made of parallam open risers. 3 Entrance family room nook; careful design of lighting, materials, and clean details gives this home a contemporary yet timeless look.

ROOF ASSEMBLY R01

1

POROUS PAVERS

SONO TUBES FOR COLUMN ABOVE (SEE STRUCTURAL)

3 A500

BLDG SECTION DD

2 A500

BLDG SECTION AA

SCALE: 1/4" =

1'-0"

2

3

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SCALE: 1/4" =

1'-0"


ROOF ASSEMBLY R02

MIN. 2% SLOPE

ROOF ASSEMBLY R01

MIN. 2% SLOPE TOP OF JOISTS

10'-11"

3.33m

U/S JOISTS

9'-11"

3.02m

ROOF ASSEMBLY R01 (UNINSULATED) - ProSeal EPDM Roofing Membrane - 5/8" Roof sheathing - New joists (see structural) - 3/4" T+G D.Fir Soffit / Ceiling

PARTITION WALL P01 - 2x4 wood studs @ 16"oc - 1/2" Gyp Bd, E/S, Painted PARTITION WALL P02 - 2x4 Wood studs @ 16"oc - Sound Batt Insulation - 1/2" Gyp. Bd, E/S, Painted

ROOF ASSEMBLY R02 - ProSeal EPDM Roofing Membrane - 5/8" Roof sheathing - New joists (see structural) - CC medium density polyurethane foam (Wall-Tite Eco or equal) R-31 - 1/2" Gyp Bd Pt

PARTITION WALL P03 - 2x6 Wood studs @ 16"oc - Sound Batt Insulation - 1/2" Gyp. Bd, E/S, Painted

MUD RM

GARAGE

EXTERIOR WALL W04 - New brick veneer - Tyvek air barrier, joints taped - Exterior Sheathing - 2x6 Wd Studs @ 16" oc - R-31 CC medium density polyurethane foam insulation (Wall-Tite Eco or eq.) - 1/2" Gyp Bd, Painted

FOUNDATION WALL FD01 - 4" Weeping tile w/ filter cloth w/ 6" of 3/4" crushed stone - Delta MS - 10" Concrete Block Foundation wall on strip footings (See structural drawings) - 2x4 wd studs - 6mil polyvapor barrier - 1/2" Gyp.Bd, Painted

FLOOR ASSEMBLY F01

existing ground floor, demolition plan

TOP OF JOISTS

0"

0.0m

-1'

-0.3m

-3'-3"

-0.99m

EXISTING BASEMENT

-7'-9"

-2.36m

PROPOSED BASEMENT

-9'-7"

-9.92m

U/S JOISTS

SG01 SLAB ON GRADE - Tile or Marmoleum - 3/4" Plywood subfloor, glued - 4" Concrete slab (heated) - 2" Spray foam ins. R-10 - 6" Compacted gravel

EXTERIOR WALL W01A - 45min rated - Pre-finished steel siding (Vicwest of Equal) on resilient channels - Tyvek air barrier, joints taped - 5/8" Dens Glas Fireguard sheathing - 2x6 Wood studs @ 16"oc - 5 1/2" (R-31) CC medium density polyurethane foam insulation (Wall-Tite Eco or equal) - 5/8" Type 'X' Gyp. Bd, Painted

STONE PATIO

NEW CONCRETE STAIR

SG02 SLAB ON GRADE (EXIST) - Hardwood Flooring - 3/4" Plywood subfloor, glued - 2" Concrete topping (heated) - 2" Spray foam ins. R-10 - Existing Slab on Grade - Existing Compacted gravel

EXTERIOR WALL W01B - not rated - Pre-finished steel siding (Vicwest of Equal) on resilient channels - Tyvek air barrier, joints taped - 5/8" Dens Glas Fireguard sheathing - 2x6 Wood studs @ 16"oc - 5 1/2" (R-31) CC medium density polyurethane foam insulation (Wall-Tite Eco or equal) - 5/8" Type 'X' Gyp. Bd, Painted

DEN

FLOOR ASSEMBLY F01 - 3/4" Hardwood floor or tile - 2" lightweight conc. overpour w/ radiant tubes - 3/4" plywood sub-floor, glued - New eng. wood joists (see structural) - min. R-24 insulation - 1/2" Gyp. Bd. Ptd.

EXTERIOR WALL W02 (UNHEATED GARAGE) 45min FRR, non-combustile cladding - Prefinished Steel Cladding on resilient channels - Tyvek air barrier, joists taped - 5/8" Dens Glas Fireguard sheathing - 2x6 wd studs @ 16" oc - 5/8" Type 'X' Gyp. Bd, painted

SG01 SLAB ON GRADE

EXTERIOR PARTY WALL W03 (1HR RATED) - Pre-finished steel siding (Vicwest or equal) on resilient channels - Tyvek air barrier - 5/8" Densglas Fireguard sheathing - 2x6 wd studs @ 16" oc - 5 1/2" R-24 Roxul Comfort Batt Insul. - 6 mil Polyvapour barrier - 2 layers 5/8" Type 'X' Gyp.Bd, joints taped between layers, Ptd.

NEW 3'-8" x 3'-8" SKYLIGHTS SEE DETAIL 7/A701

ROOF ASSEMBLY R02

TOP OF JOISTS

A701

HALL

BEDROOM 3

GLASS GUARD 36" AS PER O.B.C

LAUNDRY

29'-10"

9.09m

U/S OF JOISTS

29'-1"

8.86m

TOP OF JOISTS

20'-9"

6.32m

U/S JOISTS

19'-9"

6.02m

TOP OF JOISTS

10'-11"

3.33m

U/S JOISTS

9'-11"

3.02m

EXISTING SLOPED ROOF TO REMAIN

FLOOR ASSEMBLY F01

ROOF ASSEMBLY R02

A701

ROOF ASSEMBLY R02

YOGA ROOM

HALL

MIN. 2% SLOPE

MASTER ROOF ASSEMBLY R01

GLASS GUARD 36" AS PER O.B.C

FLOOR ASSEMBLY F01

DINING ROOM

LIVING ROOM

KITCHEN

COVERED PORCH

WOOD DECORATIVE COVERING

FAMILY ROOM FLOOR ASSEMBLY F01

STAIR DETAIL REFER TO A700

WOOD GUARD 36" AS PER O.B.C BENCH

TOP OF JOISTS

0"

0.0m

-1'

-0.3m

-3'-3"

-0.99m

EXISTING BASEMENT

-7'-9"

-2.36m

PROPOSED BASEMENT

-9'-7"

-9.92m

SG02 SLAB ON GRADE (EXIST) U/S JOISTS

STONE PATIO

EXISTING COLUMN

MECH RM

HALL SG01 SLAB ON GRADE

EXISTING SLAB TO REMAIN ADD NEW SUBFLOOR AND FINISH

BENCH UNDERPINNING (SEE STRUCTURAL)

UNDERPINNING (SEE STRUCTURAL)

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Georgian Bay Residence Type of project: new built, single family residential Location: Parry Sound, Ontario Project Architect: Trevor McIvor (Trevor McIvor Architect Inc) Role: Project Mangement, SD, DD, CD Date of completion: 2018 Situated on a vast, and open landscape directly facing the open waters of Georgian Bay, this 5,000 sf house was designed with keeping family and function in mind. Georgian Bay Residence generally encompasses an open plan with a private and a public axis. The ground floor plan acts as a bungalow layout, with all rooms flowing into the central gathering space. The house was mainly steel-frame construction on ICF walls with infill framing TJI joists and LVL’s. The biggest challenge was detailing the glass cantilevered boxed which hung off the steel beams. Another challenge was the vast roof which was originall designed as a flat roof. The client asked for a pitch, and the challenge was to seemingly maintain a contamporary flat roof while still using a truss system. Georgian Bay Residence fits comfortably in the site, which is mainly composed of the Canadian Shield’s granite, also used as the cladding materials for some of the stonework on the walls as well as the patio terrace and entry way steps.

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Foundation + Steel Perspective B SCALE: 3/8" =

1'-0"

TREVOR MCIVOR ARCHITECT INC

Print Date: 2017-04-06

Consultant

Architecture:

Engineering:

Trevor McIvor trevor@trevormcivor.com

Tim Joyce

Dominika Linowska dominika@trevormcivor.com

Blackwell Engineers 416.593. 5300 blackwell.ca

Architect

5 Kid’s suite; cantilevered glass box

2 Main entrance, as built 6 Evening photo (courtesy photo courtesy of client of client) showing glowing Hall House Project #: 2016-03 cantilevered boxes. 3 3D bimx model visualiza- glass 4 Bayview Trail, McDougall, ON P2A 2W9 tion from waterfront side Proposed Foundationline + Steel 7 Perspective drawing Perspective of steel frame construction 4 NDaytime waterfront side and foundation, Used for emphasizing cantilevered coordination of steel shop glass boxes Drawn: DL drawings

A2.43

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MBRANE

R02 | Typical Roof - High

R01 | Vented Soffit Roof

TURAL) NSULATION

80MIL. EPDM FULLY-ADHERED ROOF MEMBRANE 1/2" PLYWOOD ON SLOPED FRAMING 2" VENT SPACE 1/2" PLYWOOD ON 11 7/8" TJI (SEE STRUCTURAL) MIN R30 POLYURETHANE SPRAY FOAM INSULATION 3/4" 1X4 WOOD STRAPPING FINISHED CEILING (TBD)

80 MIL. EPDM FULLY-ADHERED ROOF MEMBRANE 1/2" PLYWOOD ON SLOPED FRAMING 5 1/2" 2X6 ROOF JOISTS (SEE STRUCTURAL) 3/4" WOOD STRAPPING 1X6 CLEAR CEDAR T+G SOFFIT

2" VENT SPACE

BENT ALUMINUM FASCIA W/ DRIP EDGE

High Roof 11'-2 7/8" CONCEALED DROP-DOWN SUN SCREEN (SEE DETAIL ON A6.02 )

SLIP CONNECTION 3/4" DEFLECTION TOLERANCE

1.5" ROOF VENT

CURTAINWALL BY ROSS

FD01e | Typical Floor w/ Conc. Topping

CUT OUT IN STEEL BEAM FOR MECHANICAL SYSTEM 1.5" LINEAR SLOT DIFFUSER

FD01 | Typical Floor w/ Conc. Topping 3/4" WOOD FLOORING 2" CONCRETE TOPPING W/ WWM + RADIANT 3/4" SUBFLOORING 11 7/8" WOOD FRAMING (SEE STRUCTURAL) 3/4" WOOD STRAPPING 5 1/2" WOOD FRAMING (DROPPED CEILING) 1/2" GYPSUM BOARD (REGULAR)

CURTAIN WALL (SEE ROSS W+D SPECS)

ALUMINUM FLASHING W/ DRIP EDGE 6" DUCT

Main Floor 0" 10" DROPPED CEILING FOR MECHANICAL

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EDGE FINISH (SAME AS FLOOR)

3/4" WOOD FLOORING 2" CONCRETE TOPPING W/ WWM + RADIANT 3/4" SUBFLOORING 11 7/8" WOOD FRAMING + POLYURETHANE SPRAYFOAM + VAPOUR BARRIER (R30) 3/4" WOOD STRAPPING BLUESKIN OR SIMILAR (FULLY-ADHERED) 1" RIGID INSULATION 3/4" WOOD STRAPPING 1x6 CLEAR CEDAR T+G SOFFIT

ping

+ RADIANT

UCTURAL)

FN03 | Proposed Foundation Wall (R20)

BLASTED ROCK

3'

5/8" WOOD SIDING (TBD) 1/2" AIR SPACE 2" INSULATION RIGID (R7) 1/8" BLUESKIN OR SIMILAR (FULLY-ADHERED) 2" RIGID INSULATION 8" CONCRETE STRUCTURAL 2" RIGID INSULATION 2 1/2" WOOD FRAMING 1/2" GYPSUM BOARD (REGULAR)

SG03 | Slab on Grade Exterior + Stone

SG02 | Slab on Grade + Polished Concrete

1" STONE 4" STRUCTURAL CONCRETE SLAB 6" CLEAR STONE

4" POLISHED STRUCTURAL CONCRETE SLAB 2" POLYURETHANE SPRAY FOAM INSULATION (MIN. R10) 6" CLEAR STONE

BEDROCK MIN. 6" WEEPING TILE

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OR ARCHITECT INC

WS6 Wall Section SCALE: 1"

=

Consultant

1'-0"

Georgian Bay House Architect

Hall House


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1 Open-plan kitchen with view onto Georgian Bay and sunken living room 2 Master bathroom with interchangeable windows and mirror vertical slits 3 Master bathroom with tons of daylight and contemporary details 4 Daytime waterfront side emphasizing cantilevered glass boxes

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Georgian Bay House

5 Terrace with indoor/outdoor full-height glass sliders 6 Modern, bright kitchen

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Deep Bay Bunkie Type of project: new build, small scale residential Location: Parry Sound, Ontario Supervisor: Trevor McIvor (Trevor McIvor Architect Inc) Role: Design, Project Mangement, SD, DD, CD Date of completion: 2018 Deep Bay Bunkie is located right next to Deep Bay Cottage. The clients approached us to design a small but functional sleeping cabin for their guests near the waterfront area. The bunkie was to have two bedrooms and sleep 3-8 people. Two large sliding patio doors are to serve the bunkie with proper light and natural air flow and have the bunkie act an in/out ‘screened porch’. The bunkie is a simple form, with a vernacular pitched roof clad in contrasting materials: charcoal siding against white-washed birch ply. The same Scandinavian-style birch panelling is used to clad the interior of the bunkie in a staggered pattern. Black accents throughout appear within the plumbing fixtures as well as lighting. A glazed triangular window wall brings attention to the roof line as well as provides additional daylighting into the living space from above.

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ground floor plan

main entrance elevation

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Palmerston Addition & Renovation Type of project: renovation & addition residential Location: Toronto, Ontario Project Architect: Cathy Garrido (Altius Architecture Inc) Role: Project Mangement, SD-DD-CD-CA, Interiors Date of completion: 2015 Palmerston Blvd is a well-known romantic residential street situated in Toronto’s downtown. A young couple with two children wanted to redesign their semi while keeping the historic exterior shell. The dwelling contains 3 bathrooms and 3 bedrooms. The dwelling encompasses an open-plan layout with integrated natural daylight, as well as timeless yet clean interiors. The functions within the dwelling were thoughtfully relocated, creating better circulation, and a more useable space in general. The stair is the only element that stayed in its original location. The basement floor was expanded into living headquarters as well, not just for storage as it was prior to the redesign. The interior houses custom millwork in white oak, with white and grey accents, maintaining a very ‘clean’ Scandinavian-like aesthetic. The main feature of the house is the 3-panel lift and slide over-looking the rear garden from the main living space, which you see upon entrance. The addition on the ground floor squared off the original floor plan to create a more flexible space. A third floor dormer was also extended in order to make a large master suite. The master bedroom features a fireplace, 10’ ceilings, and a skylight. There is plenty 74

storage space concealed along the walls.


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33"

30 7/8"

RIFT SAWN WHITE OAK SHELVES TO FIT RECESS (ON CLEATES)

TOUCH LATCHES ON THESE DOORS BULKHEAD (DRYWALL)

BULKHEAD (DRYWALL)

OPEN SHELVES W/ CONCRETE SUPPORTS

LED UNDER CABINET

LED UNDER CABINET LIGHT INTEGRATED INTO ALL CABINETS

36"

36"

36"

30"

1 1/2"

31"

18" 1 1/2" 16"

81"

31"

eq.

2'-9"

3'

3'

F

2'-6"

3'

2'-6"

2'-6"

2'-2"

1'-0"

RE 2'-8 3/4"

30"

F.P.

2'

SCALE: 3/8" =

36"

SUPPORT FOR FIREPLACE HEARTH

eq.

ALL CABINETS QUARTER SAWN WHITE OAK DOORS / GABLES W/WHITE INTERIORS AND BLUM LEGRABOX DRAWERS W/ SOFT CLOSE HINGES/ SLIDES

1 KITCHEN NORTH WALL INTERIOR KITCHEN ELEVATION A903

FREEZER

30"

GAS FIREPLACE

SLATE HEARTH

FREEZER

4"

2/5 4"

LED UNDER CABINET

COUNTER IN CAESARSTONE

WOLF GAS RANGE #GR304

36"

P.T. GYPSUM WALL

PANTRY W/ ROLL-OUT SHELVES (4)

PANELIZED FRIDGE

1 1/2"

STAINLESS STEEL BACKSPLASH

SUBZERO MODEL # IT-30CIID

30"

36" 2/5 1/5 1 1/2"

30"

LUCE WALL HOOD #ZLU-E30AS

BULKHEAD PANEL

1 1/2"

PANEL

2'-7"

6'-10"

9"

1 7/8"

2'-7"

12'

4'

1 A903

KITCHEN A904 3

1 A501

6'

3'-1 1/2" 2'

2'-10"

LIVING ROOM 2'

1'-6" A912 6

2'-6"

A904 2

3'

1 A904

2'

DW

1'

DINING ROOM

20'-8"

8'-4" 4 A904

the Architect. The drawing and all associated documents are an instrument of service by the Architect. The drawing and the information contained therein may not be reproduced in whole or in part without prior written

perty of the Architect. The Architect bears no responsibility for the interpretation of these documents by the Contractor. Upon written application, the Architect will provide written/graphic clarification or supplementary act Documents. The Architect will review Shop Drawings submitted by the Contractor for design conformance only.

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ction. The Contractor is to verify all existing conditions and dimensions required to perform the work and report any discrepancies with the Contract Documents to the Architect before commencing any work. or electrical devices, fittings, and fixtures are indicated on architectural drawings. The locations shown on the architectural drawings govern over the Mechanical and Electrical drawings. Those items not clearly located will

nstruction unless noted below as "Issuance: For Construction"

ce with the Code and Bylaws of the authorities having jurisdiction.

ations gives no warranty or representation to any party about the constructability of the building(s) represented by them. All contractors or subcontractors must satisfy themselves when bidding and at all times ensure that ented by these plans.

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ISSUANCE ZONING

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BUILDING PERMIT APPLICATION

08/22/14

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BUILDING PERMIT

DATE MM/DD/YY 07/22/14

10/07/14

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PERMIT REVIEW APPLICATION

11/27/14

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ISSUED FOR CONSTRUCTION

05/20/15

Print Date: 7/7/15

ALTIUS ARCHITECTURE INC.

Architecture:

Addition & Renovation

109 Atlantic Ave, Suite 201 Toronto M6K 1X4

Cathy Garrido x229 cathy@altius.net Dominika Linowska x244 dominika@altius.net

497 Palmerston Blvd. M6G 2P2 Toronto ON

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t: 416 516 7772 f: 416 516 7774 www.altius.net

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Palmerston Addition & Renovation

Project #: 2014-04

A903

Interior Elevation Kitchen Print Date: 7/7/15


1 Kitchen millwork detail, featuring white oak cabinetry and quartz countertops continuing up the wall as backsplash 2 Custom millwork: shelves, kitchen, cabinetry, fireplace, concrete hearth.

EXISTING REAR FACADE

3 Interior shot from living room towards kitchen. 4 Interior visualization; experimenting with materials and proportions in BIM.

PROPOSED REAR FACADE

4 Palmerston Addition & Renovation

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1'-7"

FLIP-UP STORAGE

4"

FLIP-UP STORAGE

5'-6"

3 A905

3'-4 1/4"

5'-9 1/4"

INTERIORS TO BE WHITE MELAMINE: ADJUSTABLE SHELVES

SCREEN SCALE: 3/8" =

2 A905

1'-0"

BENCH STORAGE DETAIL SCALE: 3/8" =

3 A905

1'-0"

SCREEN SCALE: 3/8" =

1'-0"

WOOD SLAT SCREEN 2x6s A905 24

WOOD SLAT SCREEN 2x6s

9'-3 1/2"

A905 24

9'-3 1/2"

3 1/2"

WOOD TOP W/ CUSTOM UPHOLSTERED PADS (BY OTHERS)

15R

UP

4'-11 13/16"x7'-6 1/4"

BENCH W/ STORAGE

FLIP-UP STORAGE

3'-4 1/4"

2 BENCH STORAGE DETAIL A905 Addition & Renovation SCALE: 3/8" = 1'-0"

A905

1. Copyright of this drawing is reserved by the Architect. The drawing and all associated documents are an instrument of service by the Architect. The drawing and the information contained therein may not be reproduced in whole or in part without prior written permission of the Architect. 2. These Contract Documents are the property of the Architect. The Architect bears no responsibility for the interpretation of these documents by the Contractor. Upon written application, the Architect will provide written/graphic clarification or supplementary information regarding the intent of the Contract Documents. The Architect will review Shop Drawings submitted by the Contractor for design conformance only.

Interior Elevation Entrance Hall

WEST WALL SCALE: 3/8" =

# 1

ISSUANCE ZONING

1'-0"

3 A905

DATE MM/DD/YY 07/22/14

3. Drawings are not to be scaled for construction. The Contractor is to verify all existing conditions and dimensions required to perform the work and report any discrepancies with the Contract Documents to the Architect before commencing any work.

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BUILDING PERMIT APPLICATION

08/22/14

4. Positions of exposed finished mechanical or electrical devices, fittings, and fixtures are indicated on architectural drawings. The locations shown on the architectural drawings govern over the Mechanical and Electrical drawings. Those items not clearly located will be located as directed by the Architect.

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BUILDING PERMIT

10/07/14

5. These drawings are not to be used for construction unless noted below as "Issuance: For Construction"

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PERMIT REVIEW APPLICATION

11/27/14

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ISSUED FOR CONSTRUCTION

05/20/15

497 Palmerston Blvd. M6G 2P2 Toronto ON

Print Date: 7/7/15

6. All work is to be carried out in conformance with the Code and Bylaws of the authorities having jurisdiction.

4'-1"

5'-9 1/4"

1 A905

INTERIORS TO BE WHITE MELAMINE: ADJUSTABLE SHELVES

Project #: 2014-04

4'-11 13/16"x7'-6 1/4"

7. The Architect of these plans and specifications gives no warranty or representation to any party about the constructability of the building(s) represented by them. All contractors or subcontractors must satisfy themselves when bidding and at all times ensure that they can properly construct the work represented by these plans. © Altius architecture inc 2007

Print Date: 7/7/15

2x2 DOUGLAS FIR SLATS ON CEILING

ALTIUS ARCHITECTURE INC.

Architecture:

109 Atlantic Ave, Suite 201 Toronto M6K 1X4

Cathy Garrido x229 cathy@altius.net Dominika Linowska x244 dominika@altius.net

t: 416 516 7772 f: 416 516 7774 www.altius.net

SCREEN SCALE: 3/8" =

1'-0"

Project #: 2014-04

9'-3 1/2"497

A905 24

Print Date: 7/7/15

2x6 DOUGLAS FIR CUT TO SUIT PATTERN.

5'-1 1/2"

WOOD SLAT CEILING ABOVE

4'-11 13/16"x7'-6 1/4"

15R

UP

3 1/2"

8' 7 1/4"

4'-11 13/16"x7'-6 1/4"

4' 9 3/8"

4' 7 11/16"

4' 6 1/16"

4' 4 3/8"

4' 2 11/16"

4' 1 1/16"

3' 11 3/8"

BENCH W/ STORAGE

3' 9 11/16"

SCALE: 3/8" =

# 1

ISSUANCE ZONING

2

BUILDING PERMIT APPLICATION

08/22/14

3

BUILDING PERMIT

10/07/14

5. These drawings are not to be used for construction unless noted below as "Issuance: For Construction"

4

PERMIT REVIEW APPLICATION

11/27/14

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ISSUED FOR CONSTRUCTION

05/20/15

6. All work is to be carried out in conformance with the Code and Bylaws of the authorities having jurisdiction.

1. Copyright of this drawing is reserved by the Architect. The drawing and all associated documents are an instrument of service by the Architect. The drawing and the information contained therein may not be reproduced in whole or in part without prior written permission of the Architect. 2. These Contract Documents are the property of the Architect. The Architect bears no responsibility for the interpretation of these documents by the Contractor. Upon written application, the Architect will provide written/graphic clarification or supplementary information regarding the intent of the Contract Documents. The Architect will review Shop Drawings submitted by the Contractor for design conformance only.

# 1

DATE MM/DD/YY 07/22/14

Print Date: 7/7/15

ISSUANCE ZONING

DATE MM/DD/YY 07/22/14

3. Drawings are not to be scaled for construction. The Contractor is to verify all existing conditions and dimensions required to perform the work and report any discrepancies with the Contract Documents to the Architect before commencing any work.

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BUILDING PERMIT APPLICATION

08/22/14

4. Positions of exposed finished mechanical or electrical devices, fittings, and fixtures are indicated on architectural drawings. The locations shown on the architectural drawings govern over the Mechanical and Electrical drawings. Those items not clearly located will be located as directed by the Architect.

3

BUILDING PERMIT

10/07/14

5. These drawings are not to be used for construction unless noted below as "Issuance: For Construction"

4

PERMIT REVIEW APPLICATION

11/27/14

5

ISSUED FOR CONSTRUCTION

05/20/15

6. All work is to be carried out in conformance with the Code and Bylaws of the authorities having jurisdiction. 7. The Architect of these plans and specifications gives no warranty or representation to any party about the constructability of the building(s) represented by them. All contractors or subcontractors must satisfy themselves when bidding and at all times ensure that they can properly construct the work represented by these plans. © Altius architecture inc 2007

3' 3 1/16"

3' 1 3/8"

2' 11 11/16"

3'

4'-1"

4'-11 13/16"x7'-6 1/4" 3' 4 9/16"

2' 10 1/16"

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4. Positions of exposed finished mechanical or electrical devices, fittings, and fixtures are indicated on architectural drawings. The locations shown on the architectural drawings govern over the Mechanical and Electrical drawings. Those items not clearly located will be located as directed by the Architect.

7. The Architect of these plans and specifications gives no warranty or representation to any party about the constructability of the building(s) represented by them. All contractors or subcontractors must satisfy themselves when bidding and at all times ensure that they can properly construct the work represented by these plans. © Altius architecture inc 2007

3' 6 3/8"

1'-0"

3. Drawings are not to be scaled for construction. The Contractor is to verify all existing conditions and dimensions required to perform the work and report any discrepancies with the Contract Documents to the Architect before commencing any work.

2. These Contract Documents are the property of the Architect. The Architect bears no responsibility for the interpretation of these documents by the Contractor. Upon written application, the Architect will provide written/graphic clarification or supplementary information regarding the intent of the Contract Documents. The Architect will review Shop Drawings submitted by the Contractor for design conformance only.

3' 8 1/16"

WEST WALL

5 1/2"

1. Copyright of this drawing is reserved by the Architect. The drawing and all associated documents are an instrument of service by the Architect. The drawing and the information contained therein may not be reproduced in whole or in part without prior written permission of the Architect.

3'-7 1/2"

CLOSET

1 A905

Print Date: 2016/01/25

ALTIUS ARCHITECTURE INC.

Architecture:

Addition & Renovation

109 Atlantic Ave, Suite 201 Toronto M6K 1X4

Cathy Garrido x229 cathy@altius.net Dominika Linowska x244 dominika@altius.net

497 Palmerston Blvd. M6G 2P2 Toronto ON

t: 416 516 7772 f: 416 516 7774 www.altius.net

Project #: 2014-04

Architecture:

Addition & Renovation

109 Atlantic Ave, Suite 201 Toronto M6K 1X4

Cathy Garrido x229 cathy@altius.net Dominika Linowska x244 dominika@altius.net

497 Palmerston Blvd. M6G 2P2 Toronto ON

t: 416 516 7772 f: 416 516 7774 www.altius.net

Palmerston Addition & Renovation

A905

Interior Elevation Entrance Hall Print Date: 7/7/15

ALTIUS ARCHITECTURE INC.

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Interior Elevation Entrance Hall

Palmerston Blvd. M6G 2P2 Toronto ON

WOOD SCREEN

2 3/4"

4' 11 1/8"

A905

Addition & Renovation

WOOD SLAT SCREEN 2x6s

8 A905

5'-6"

3'-7 1/2"

3'

CLOSET

4"

FLIP-UP STORAGE

x229 et wska x244 us.net

5'-1 1/2"

4'-11 13/16"x7'-6 1/4" PANTRY W/ ROLL-OUTS

1'-5 1/2"

QUARTER SAWN WHITE OAK DOORS 4'-1"

4'

3'-7 1/2"

CLOSET

1'-7"

3 1/2"

UP

4'-11 13/16"x7'-6 1/4" 4'-11 13/16"x7'-6 1/4"

WOOD SLAT CEILING ABOVE

1'-5 1/2"

5'-1 1/2" 15R

6'-2 1/4"

FINGER PULLS 4'-11 13/16"x7'-6 1/4"

2x6 DOUGLAS FIR CUT TO SUIT PATTERN.

1'-5 1/2"

WHITE OAK COUNTER

8 A905

WOOD SCREEN

TOUCH LATCH

3'

8 A905

2x2 DOUGLAS FIR SLATS ON CEILING WOOD SLAT CEILING ABOVE

Project #: 2014-04

A917

Cut sheets Screen Detail Print Date: 2016/01/25

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third floor

second floor

ground floor 1 Entrance hall featuring a custom design Oak screen, providing a transition between entrance and living room space, with added privacy 2 Black herringbone slate tile meets white oak floors, and oak screen; Carefully-designed smart storage beneath stair landing.

basement floor Palmerston Addition & Renovation

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1 Sketch for B.Arch 2nd year one-week stair project 2 Hand-made scale model, for Altius Architecture Inc 2

3 Physical model of thesis Responsive Suburbia 1:200. 4 Perspective of flooded Farnsworth House, graphite 5 Physical study model 1:50, of facade and structure (CLTs) Responsive Suburbia 6 Interior of 1:50 physical model of Responsive Suburbia

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Hand-made + Hand-drawn

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Collage


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1 Peaks and Canyon Series 01. 2 Green Series 01 3 Green Series 07 4 Pink Series 01 5 Pink Series 03

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