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PORTFOLIO OF XIAORAN LIU

SELECTED WORKS 2011-2017


“ My passion for architecture is rooted in my belief that good architectural design influences people’s behaviors and is influenced both by physical and cultural environment. ”


ACADEMIC WORKS 01 Vertical City 02 Tri-scape 03 Urban Landscape 04 432 Park Avenue Revitalization 05 Symbiosis City 06 Urban Connector 07 Library and Information Center Design 08 Village Transformation 09 Back to the “Oregon Experiment 10 Building Performance Simulation

PROFESSIONAL WORKS 01 Garden Expo Museum for Art 02 Jimei District Residential Planning 03 201 King of Prussia Rd Lobby Ronovation 04 426 Lancaster Ave Renovation 05 Subaru NSTC Lobby Stair Detail Drawings

OTHERWORKS


Vertical City An Ecological, Resilient Masterplan for Hainan Man-Made Eco-Island Date: 2016.9---2016.12 Location: Haikou, Hainan Island, China Type: Research Urban Design Studio Collaborator: Tai Feng, Shuo Wang Instructor: Thom Mayne& Ung-Joo Scott Lee(Morphosis Architects) Size:27,000,000sqft Responsibility: Case Research, Combinatory form study, 3D-Modeling, Partial Drawing, Diagrams Specification: It's an ecological, resilient masterplan for Man-made Eco-island in Hainan province in China. It will be a destination prototype for international, cruise-based eco-tourism. The island's eco-design incorporates local and regional consideration by addressing local demands for additional leisure and recreational landscapes, by facing the challenge of the extreme weather condition in Hainan island, and by creating multiple transportation methods, including air train, transit cruise, ferry, and inter-island light rail. This Man-made island could be a sustainable city both in good weather and bad weather. And we would like to create a city not only for people to have a leisure during good weather but also during the extreme weather conditions.

Sea Level +4 0

Orginal Planning Strategy

Sea Level +4 0

High-rises & Reduced Land

Sea Level +4 0

Sky Connections vertical city strategy


Site Conditions

Location

Hainan Island The Tropic of Cancer

Equator

The Tropic of Capricorn

Typhoon Trails in Past Ten Years 30

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Haikou

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Land Area Program FAR

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Modified Strategy

Dynamic Strategy

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Combinatory Form Study The ideas of combinatory urbanism is to solve the urban problem with the support of combinatory form. It considers all urban systems as autonomous layers that organize themselves. When all the layers are added up together, new complex gesture of complex form and spontaneous coherence will come out to the urban space. The process of this method shows below.. ARCH-701-204—Fall 2016

+ PRIMITIVE Form Study

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combinatory Form_Xiaoran

Instructor: Ung-Joo Scott ARCH-701-204—Fall 2016Lee

Constructed Paradise | Man-made island in Hainan

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Constructed Paradise | Man-made island in Hainan

Midterm Review

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combinatory Form_Shuo

Students: Shuo Wang, Tai Feng, Xiaoran Liu Midterm Review

+ PRIMITIVE Form Study

combinatory Form_Xiaoran

combinatory Form_Tai

combinatory Form_Shuo

Combinatory Island

Instructor: Ung-Joo Scott Lee

Students: Shuo Wang, Tai Feng, Xiaoran Liu


Zoning Strategy

Residential Zone

Central Zone Cultural Zone

Commercial& hotel zone

Transportation Methods

Airtrain System

Bus System

Road System


Site Plan

1. Bridge to Haikou City 2. Road 3. Cruise Terminal 4. Bus Station Convention Center Stadium 5. Towers& Connections 6. Music Center Art Center Museum 7. Towers& Connections 8. Cruise Ship Route


Dynamic Landscape Strategy

Without Typhoon

With Typhoon

Highrise

Landscape Scheme


Rendering Without Typhoon

RenderingWith Typhoon


Rendering of Horizontal Connection

Observation Housing Art& Restaurant

Housing,community center Housing landscape&park sports complex cultural facility commercial Adaptable Parking


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Vertical City Commercial Zone Section


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TRI-SCAPE Housing Renovation for Reinventing Beijing Courtyards Date: 2016.7-2016.8 Location: Beijing, China Type: Small Exhibition, Artist Studio Collaborator: Zheng Zhang, Yifeng Zhao, Tian You, Xiaoran Liu Size: 106m2 Specification: Different from those large formal courtyard houses, the low-rise residential complexes around Baitasi area have undergone a series of informal construction developments. The original enclosure form of a typical courtyard is in certain level lost. To revive the history of the courtyard lifestyle at the same time to renovate the possibility of living for the future hutong-ers, we propose to stage some cultural scenes by bringing the open courtyards back to the condensed structure of the existing buildings.

Original Housing and Courtyards

Rethink Programming and Circulation

Created New Courtyards


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Variable Space by Deployable Entrance located on the east side straight from Baitasi, posesses an unique and very recognizable perimeter. In our plan of rennovation, we designed three scenes as [Pay a Visit], [Take a Look] & [Think for a Second] to activate the interaction between the exhibior and the visitors. The alternation between open courtyard and enclosed exhibition space is brought together by a coninuous circulation route that also includes a path to the viewing rooftop.

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ROOF PLAN 1:100

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Detailed Sections

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3.90

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展厅 Exhibition

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2600

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小院 Courtyard

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卫生间 Restroom

2500

小院 Courtyard

4600

卧室 Bedroom

1000

工作室 Studio

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小院 Courtyard

850

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Existing Site of Japanese National Stadium


Urban Landscape Modern Olympic Park Date: 2016.2-2016.5 Location:Tokyo Type:Masterplan, Stadium Instructor: Nanako Umemoto Collaborator: Individual I designed an Olympic Park in Tokyo with respect to its post-Olympic inhabitation, the afterlife of a short-term event with far-reaching consequences for the city. Forming a compelling notion of what the future Park could be, the project will investigate the potentials latent in the adaptation of Olympic programming, confronting the challenge of facilitating a transition from present to future uses in strict architectural terms. The project aimed to create a megastructure inspired by the natural landscape as a motherboard, hanging up large sports fields and facilities to this structure. After Olympic games, large sports fields will be taken down, and the left megastructure will become a structural shelter for people playing activities within it.

The future landscape plan of the Park we are looking forward to a wide range of trajectories tracing the park’s assimilation into city life. we will propose speculative and open-ended schemes for integrating the projects’s olympic prehistory with its future identity, which describes an agenda wholly indifferent to the intended use of the forms.


Formation Study & Landscape Strategy Formation study models based on the researched Formation, including geological strate, airplane formations, or environmental conditions, will suggest the aesthetic and organizational charactor of the project and act as a point of reference for the work’s larger discursive context. Unrelated to the scale or content of the olympic program, they are intended to engage with the exercise’s core issue of planarity, inflection, continuity, surface relief, and field organizations.

Sports Programs Typologies

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Original site+Topgraphy lines

Plan Drawings 1:600

Structure

Topography line

New Field With Program

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Program

1


Programming Organization Study Programs will be organized on the surface of the site to form a network of figures and relationships to constitute the project, directly addressing concerns inherited from the chosen formation and considering the larger presence of the landscape as an urban park.

Sports Programs Typologies

Venes and Spectator Zones

Research on Organization of Sports programs and Shared Spectator Zone


Future Park’s Use and Inhabitation Study Responding to the social and urban issues entailed in the premise of an Olympic Park’s reuse, we will interpret the projects according to material and programmatic logics. We focus on the notions of Volume, Thinkness, and porosity. The projects will ascribe specific identities to the structures and singularities of the scheme. These are meanted to be a basis for specifying and annotating their contents, articulating the forces of change and moments of constancy that will inform the their material composition. As the ground can be understood to be an active series of horizons, the site will be read as a complex of interrelated systems. The internal order of these systems, manifest in networks of variable programming, circulation, ecological succession, or material transformation.

Possible Ground Conditions

Sports Programs & Structures Ground Plan

LOOR 1:1000

Surrounding Topgraphic Fields


Site Plan 1: 2000

Swimming Pool Lanes underneath Marathon Lanes and the Football Field


Rethinking Programs & Structures for Long-term Proposals I will work backwards from long-term proposals towards a design for the park’s Olympic functions. Close-up representations of the schemes and their associated material systems will be used to generate small-scale objects that support the park’s original state and possible transition scenarios. These transition should expose their architectural implications rather than generating diagrammatic representations.

Ceiling Structure Research

Ceiling Structure Based on the Waterline of Landscape

Section of Sports Fields and Landscape

Tree Ceiling Structure Inspired by Organization of Landscape


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Fields Level Plan & Walking Connections Plan

1000 OUT PROGRAM 1:1000

GROUND FLOOR 1:1000 GROUND FLOOR 1:1000

PROGRAM PLAN 1:1000 PROGRAM PLAN 1:1000

Open Space not just for Olymic Games events but for Music Concert


Perspective View from Central Park


RETIRE IN NYC Research New High-rise Typology for New York City Date: 2015.9-2015.12 Location: 432 Park Avenue, New York City Type: High-rise Design Instructor: Ali Rahim Collaborator: Jieming Jin, Yuchen Wen Specification: Designed to address the changing population demographics of new york city, this tower serves as a land-locked conceptual equivalent to the contemporary cruise ship, offering a hybird of housing and recreation to the city’s increasing number of people. Organized as a large scale mixed-use complex development in downtown Manhattan, the building is divided into a series of multi-functionWal parts with vastly different qualities that will create a comfortable life for elderly residents. The design thus creates opportunities for different types of programs to coexist. The program is different in each vertical section of the structure: residential units on top, entertainment and public areas at the bottom, coming together to form a hybirdized space in the middle. The tower would also provide medical clinics, recreation and fitness facilities, a shopping mall, a museum, theaters, and other amenities, including a hotel for people when family members visit..

Concept

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TITANIC VS OASIS OF THE SEAS

SEMINAL OCEAN LINERS/CRUISE SHIP

SEMINAL OCEAN LINERS/CRUISE SHIP

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SEMINAL OCEAN LINERS/CRUISE SHIP

SEMINAL OCEAN LINERS/CRUISE SHIP

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CHAPTER 4

TITANIC VS OASIS OF THE SEAS

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Cruise Ship Cabins 184

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Public Space


Formal Research

Accumulating

Bridging

Nesting

Seaming

Pinching

Texturing

Nesting Prototype Transformation

Programming Organization Strategy

observation

condos

Storage

loft

fitness facility

Atrium

apartment

restaurant

restaurant Hotel restaurant

recreation& lobby

Typical Clusters

shopping mall theather museum

Amenities

Public Space

Pattering


80F

EL 376m

Elevation& Section 74F

EL 376m

68F

EL 328m

62F

EL 280m

56F

EL 232m

50F

EL 184m

44F

EL 136m

38F

EL 88m

32F

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Entertainment

Shopping Mall

Museum


Nesting Housing Units

Section of Housing Units

Chunk Model

Facade Final Model


SYMBIOSIS CITY The Adaptive Redevelopment Of Old Factory and Bus Station Date: 2012.3---2012.5 Location: Old Factory and Main Bus Station, Xiamen, China Type: Research Urban Design Studio Instructor: Shaofeng Wu Collaborator: Individual Specification: With the rapid development of the city, old factories are gradually deserted by modern city and people because they are usused with simple spatial quality and with functions unrelevant to surroundings. Based on the biological symbiotic theory symbiosis city develop it into an urban symbiotic strategy. It focus on the relationships between old and new buildings, built areas and outdoor space, the exterior and the interior, and functional sequence. Different from common urban strategy, our design aims to build up new buildings as new media with old factories and surroundings to create and enclosure new interesting outdoor space and road systems which we call symbiotic space. Due to that, the interface between old factories and surroundings could be Activated, and people will have the communication with it. Based on the systems of symbiotic space and different functiondemands and development pressure, the whole strategy are featured with sustability.


Concept

Urban Image Gather

Blend

Cell

New building Old building Square Old building

Urban Seperated and Unorganized Public Space Situation New building

Transformation Strategy

Old Buildings Open Area


New Urban Public Space System

The project aims to reorganize the simple boring relationship of public space not only on the site but also around it by adding new buildings to enrich the original space.(image 1,2,3) Also, Under different purpose of development, the height, density, functionality of new buildings will be changed and the whole typology will be changed accordingly. Finally, New buildings and old buildings could connect with surroundings at different levels.

Public Space Distribution

Existing Site

FAR=2

FAR=3

FAR=4


As the FAR going up, urban spatial quality and function are developed in an organized way with the road, square and connection. Then They gather people at different level, and simulate the development of the old buildings in functional ways. We propose three senarios to evaluate it Commercial Central Park FAR=2

Hotel

Residential

Comercial

office

Apartment

Retail

Shopping Mall

Recreation

Retail

Exhibition

Shopping Mall

Shopping Mall

Commericial Complex FAR=3 Apartment

Retail

Office

Retail

Shopping Mall

Apartments

HOPSCA FAR=4 Apartment

Retail

Hotel

Retail

Office

Retail

Shopping Mall

Condos

Apartments


Vision of City As the FAR going up, urban spatial quality and function are developed in an organized way with the road, square and connection. Then They gather people at different level, and simulate the development of the old buildings in functional ways. We propose three senarios to evaluate it


Site Area: 30500 m2 Total Area: 120000 m2 Building Height: 213m Plot Ratio: 4.0 Density of Building: 32% Ratio of Green Space: 58% Ratio of Green Roofing: 100% Standard Floor Height: 4m


Urban Connector Research On New High-Rise Typology for Mixed-use Development Date: 2012.9-2012.11 Location: Jimei district, Xiamen, China Type: High-rise Design Instructor: Shaofeng Wu Collaborator: Nian Liu Specification: The site is located in the University City, where will be the busiest and most famous central area in the future. Also, it is the transfer zone for ground transportation, especially the bus and the elevated bus rapid transit. This project explores two questions. One is how to think about the relation between a commercial podium and outdoor ground area. Another is how to rethink the plan and space of the office tower. After researching on the economy, population, consumption, and comparison with many other cases in China, my proposal is to build up a transit-oriented, mixed-use, high-rise building that uplifts the commercial podium to return the ground to people. Also, the elevated podium serves as not only the part of the highrise, but also the connector that attracts and distributes people coming to this area. For the office tower, the tower space should not only be horizontal and is connected by the elevator, but also it could be vertical and is connected by stairs.

Concept

office

bus station

commercial

BRT

Massing Study

Create Urban Public Space

Rich Circulation, Increase Commercial Value

Vertical Office Public Space


Private Car Entrance & Exit

Bus Station Exit

Bus Station Entrance

Site Plan


Structure we use the large steel frame structure as the main structure of the whole podium because this design would make people see this huge bulk as a big island floating in the air.

Core Tube

core

core+elevators

Steel Truss System

Floor Slab

Concrete Frame Structure

Steel Sway Frame Structure with jointed Node

Structural Slab System


Vertical Office Public Space


Standard Floor Plan

Section A

Podium Plan

Section B


Rendering Perspective in front of Book Storage


Library and Information Center Date: 2011.3-2011.5 Location: 507 arsenal transformation, Chongqin, China Type: Library design, Adaptive redevelopment Instructor: Peiru Yin Specification: The site is located in the old arsenal area, where several arsenals are left empty. Old Arsenal elements in the site create an atmosphere of history. This project aims to turn an old arsenal into the library & information center. On the one hand, I aim to keep the environment of the history of this arsenal; On the other hand, I attempt to rethink the library design regarding plan and space. My proposal aims to put the open stacks into the center of the building, which could not only be seemed like the center of vision, but also the center of spirit.

Concept

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service space

circulation


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First Floor Plan

Regional Site Plan

1.auditorium 2.computer center 3.control center 4.computer control 5.store 6.electricity room 7. lobby 8.closed shelves 9. cashier 10.catalog 11.copy center 12.art designing room 13.editor 14.conference 15.office 16.fire control center

Second Floor Plan

South Elevation

West Elevation


Rendering Perspective from Reading Zone to Book Storage

Rendering Perspective of Main Entrance


Roof Panels

Steel Truss System

Structural Deck

Steel Beam System

Concrete Column System


Sustainable Design

Artificial Light

Natural Light

Daylight

Nighttime

Heating and Ventilation

Pressure Ventilation

Detail Design

Entrance Lobby

Roof Windows

Book Depot

Umbrella Shelter


Village Transformation The Research on the Transformation of Zengcuoan Village Community Date: 2013.2---2013.6 Location: Zeng Cuo An fishing village, Xiamen Type: Research Urban Design Studio Collaborator: Ningsha Jia Instructor: Yide Wu Specification: With the growth and expansion of the city, many urban villages disappear because architecture becomes the expression of capital due to its increase of land value. With the development of urban tourism, the site where used to be quiet place is full of new informal buildings and hundreds oftourists, which leads to the indistinct figure -ground. Also, I found out a lot of problems in this small village, such as old broken buildings, disappeared culture, the lonely elder. I propose to transform this old area based on the research by reorganizing outdoor space sequence, redistributing functions, and reforming ancient buildings, which help the village better adapt to new situation.


Urban Village Figure-ground Timeline

Strategies

Populous Area

The Dense Area of Commercial

Design Site

Ancient Buildings

The Sparse Area of Commercial

Sidewalk

New Feature

Lake Youth Street Storyeum

BEFORE TRANSFORMATION

AFTER TRANSFORMATION


Building Design Reference

Building Transformation Concept

Wall Structure Detail


BACK TO “THE OREGON EXPERIMENT” The Research on Revitalization and Repurposing of Unused space on Chinese Typical Campus Date: 2012.2---2012.6 Location: Huaqiao University, Xiamen Type: Research Urban Design Studio Instructor: Minfeng Yao Collabortor: Sijia Liu, Nian Liu Specification: The site is located on my undergraduate campus, which is organized under normal campus planning. “The OREGON EXPERIMENT” was the important urban design theory proposed by Christopher Alexander that suggested to rethink the built area and buildings. This project aims to find out unused or large outdoor space on built campus and to revitalize and repurpose it into funtional space for students. As an example, we focus on the empty space along the main route from dormitory to administrative building where students would pass by every day. This process would make planned campus developed more organized and organic.


Strategies As an example, we focus on the empty space along the main route from dormitory to administrative building where students would pass by every day. This process would make planned campus developed more organized and organic. problems 1. large unused space 2. lack of space for student activities

Unused space on campus

Dormitory

Revitalized Area

Academic Buildings

Revitalized Area

Activity Area

Unused Space

Landscape

Outdoor Activity Facility

After Revitalization


Rendering Perspective of Student Club around Dormitory

Rendering Perspective of reading corner in front of library


Student Union Administration Center& Fitness base on earth sheltered building design 1. rich circulation diversity 2. increase private


Building Performance Simulation Date: 2016.9---2016.12 Instructor: Mostapha Sadeghipour Roudsari

Climate Zone weather data: USA_PA_Philadelphia.Intl.AP.724080_TMY3 lattitude: 39.87 longitude:-75.23 occupied hour: 6pm-8am

Comprehensive Climate Analysis General Analysis:

CLimate Zone: -5 zone Characteristic: Temperature in Philadelphia is mainly between between 12 to 20 throughout the whole year, And the average relative humidity is 65.9. However, relative humidity during daytime decreases to about 50%, which helps cooling temperature down by using evaporative strategy. My building type of this project is 4-floor townhouse, and the occupied hour is mainly from 6pm to 8am, in which the outside temperature is not as high as daytime, but relative humidity higher than daytime might cause a problem which makes people uncomfortable.

WIND SPEED m/s

RELATIVE HUMIDITY %

DEW POINT TEMPERATURE °C

DRY BULB TEMPERATURE °C

Outdoor Comfort “UTCI, is Universial Thermal Climate Index, including parameters of dry bulb temperature relative humidity, wind speed, and it uses them in a human energy balance model to give a temperature value that is indicative of the heat stress or cold stress felt by the human body. From the UTCI graphic, the main issue is in summer during daytime, it is in strong heat stress range, and from October to December and January to April, it is in the cold stress.

Heat Stress(-13<UTCI<9)=3.14% Comfortable( 9<UTCI<26)=41.28% Cold Stress(26<UTCI<32)=34.3%

-3 - Strong Cold Stress - potential public health hazard with higher-than-normal mortality rates (UTCI < -13C). -2 - Moderate Cold Stress - cold but no public health hazard (-13C < UTCI < 0C). -1 - Slight Cold Stress - cool but comfortable for short periods of time (0C < UTCI < 9C) 0 - No Thermal Stress - comfortable conditions (9C < UTCI < 26C). +1 - Slight Heat Stress - warm but comfortable for short periods of time (26C < UTCI < 28C). +2 - Moderate Heat Stress - hot but no public health hazard (28C < UTCI < 32C). +3 - Strong Heat Stress - potential public health hazard with higher-than-normal mortality rates (UTCI > 32C).

Window

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INDOOR COMFORT Adaptive comfort first run of energy simulation to caculate the indoor comfort. Indoor comfort analysis for baseline shows only about 10% PMV comfort and 17% adaptive comfort of entire year hours. Comparing to outdoor UTCI comfort, there is 20 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 30 % reduction in both PMV and adaptive comfort of indoor environment. By looking at comfort condition chart, the major reason caused uncomfortable is cold issue in winter and hot issue in summer. Adaptive comfort(%)=17.8 Hot(%)=27.1 Cold(%)=55

PMV COMFORT OR NOT

10.75% comfortable

ADAPTIVE COMFORT OR NOT

17% comfortable

DESIGN ISSUE AND DESIGN PROPOSAL Issue1: Cold Stress in Winter&low Adaptive Comfortable Issue2: low sDA means the room cannot get enough sunlight Proposal: comfortable hours could be modified by several reasons 1. change room orientation 2. change the size of windows 3. change construction materials 4. add shading


Orientation Change 0°

Adaptive comfort (%)17.02 PMV comfort(%)10.75 Cold Stress(%)57.69

45°

Adaptive comfort (%)16.50 PMV comfort(%)10.65 Cold Stress(%)57.41

Adaptive comfort (%)16.39 PMV comfort(%)10.71 Cold Stress(%)57.32

45°

Adaptive comfort (%)16.0 PMV comfort(%)10.38 Cold Stress(%)56.46

90°

Adaptive comfort (%)16.64 PMV comfort(%)10.71 Cold Stress(%)56.52 90°

Adaptive comfort (%)15.8 PMV comfort(%)10.38 Cold Stress(%)54.2

135°

Adaptive comfort (%)16.68 PMV comfort(%)10.8 Cold Stress(%)55.53

180°

Adaptive comfort (%)17.05 PMV comfort(%)10.97 Cold Stress(%)55.03

135°

180°

Adaptive comfort (%)16.03 PMV comfort(%)10.08 Cold Stress(%)51.75

Adaptive comfort (%)16.24 PMV comfort(%)10.8 Cold Stress(%)50.55

WWR 0.1

sDA:14.31%

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DAYLIGHT AUTONOMY(DLA) 300 LUX

USEFUL DAYLIGHT(UDLI) 100-2000z LUX

USEFUL DAYLIGHT(UDLI) >2000 LUX

WWR 0.1 N

sDA:30.13%

DAYLIGHT AUTONOMY(DLA) 300 LUX

USEFUL DAYLIGHT(UDLI) 100-2000z LUX

USEFUL DAYLIGHT(UDLI) >2000 LUX

DAYLIGHT AUTONOMY(DLA) 300 LUX

USEFUL DAYLIGHT(UDLI) 100-2000z LUX

USEFUL DAYLIGHT(UDLI) >2000 LUX

WWR 0.3 N

sDA:78.94%


Orientation&Window Ratio Window

Door Desk Bed

Desk

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shelf

shelf shelf Bed

N

Door Door

sDA:14.31%

Adaptive comfort(%)=17.8 hot(%)=27.1 cold(%)=55

Window

Desk

Window

N

sDA:78.94%

sDA:30.13%

Adaptive comfort (%)16.24 PMV comfort(%)10.8 Cold Stress(%)50.55

Adaptive comfort (%)17.05 PMV comfort(%)10.97 Cold Stress(%)55.03

Add shading shelter window to wall ratio 0.3 same to what I get from before

shelter number 1

shelter number 2

shelter number 3

Adaptive comfort (%)21.72 Hot Stress(%)45.70 Cold Stress(%)32.58

Adaptive comfort (%)23.87 Hot Stress(%)39.24 Cold Stress(%)36.89

Adaptive comfort (%)24.20 Hot Stress(%)34.21 Cold Stress(%)41.59

Adaptive comfort (%)23.85 Hot Stress(%)30.25 Cold Stress(%)45.9

Exterior Wall (R34.4) Exterior Window(R0.7, SHGC0.65) Exterior Roof(R34.4) Air change hour(2)

Exterior Wall (R34.4) Exterior Window(R0.7, SHGC0.65) Exterior Roof(R34.4) Air change hour(2)

Exterior Wall (R34.4) Exterior Window(R0.7, SHGC0.65) Exterior Roof(R34.4) Air change hour(2)

Exterior Wall (R34.4) Exterior Window(R0.7, SHGC0.65) Exterior Roof(R34.4) Air change hour(2)

Final Result The room reoriented to south and added shelters could get best sDA and adaptive comfort.

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Adaptive comfort (%)24.10 Hot Stress(%)23.26 Cold Stress(%)52.64 sDA:42.01%

DAYLIGHT AUTONOMY(DLA) 300 LUX

USEFUL DAYLIGHT(UDLI) 100-2000z LUX

USEFUL DAYLIGHT(UDLI) >2000 LUX


GARDEN EXPO MUSEUM for ART Zhejiang Tianren Jingjie Architecture & Associates Date: 2014.10-2014.11 Location: Xiamen Leader: Yuqi Ji Role: Generated conceptual design and production for design competition

Northernwest Elevation

Specification: The site is located within Xiamen Garden Expo Area where it needs a sulptural building with geometric figure. To design a symbolic museum in this area, we need to take care of the key elements in surrounding atmosphere as well as creating beautiful sceneries for tourists. I propose to initially manipulate and organize exhibition spaces so that the shape of the museum will come out.

Section

First FLoor

Exhibition Organize Exhibition Space Second FLoor


2014.11-2014.12 JIMEI DISTRICT RESIDENTIAL PlANNING Date: Location: Hangzhou Leader: Yuqi Ji

Zhejiang Tianren Jingjie Architecture & Associates

Landscape System

Role: Generated conceptual design and production for design competition

Public Buildings

Car Road System

Commercial Buildings

Economic Index Planning Area: 779650m2 Total Built Area: 1559300m2 Residential Area: 78688m2 Commercial Area: 50000m2 Educational/Medicine Area: 30923m2 Public Space: 506772m2 FAR: 2.0 Green Ratio: 50% Building Area Ratio: 20.5% Residential Area Total population: 29652 Residential Area Total Unit: 9884


201 King of Prussia Rd Lobby Renovation Granum A/I


426 Lancastvnovation Granum A/I


Subaru NSTC Lobby Stair Detail Drawings Granum A/I M

T.O. PARAPET 32' - 0"

7

6

5

A-600

A-600

A-600

GRANUM A/I

ARCHITECT 100 MATSONFORD ROAD RADNOR CORPORATE CENTER 4, SUITE 110 RADNOR, PA 19087 215.525.2663

T.O. ROOF 31' - 0"

IN COLLABORATION WITH:

T&M ASSOCIATES

CIVIL ENGINEER AND LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT

5

6

7

A-600

A-600

A-600

5

6

A-600

A-600

11 TINDALL ROAD MIDDLETOWN, NJ 07748 484.530.1270

7 A-600

O'DONNELL & NACCARATO 6"

4' - 0"

4' - 0"

6"

2"

4' - 0"

1' - 0"

8"

DASHED LINES INDICATE JOINT PATTERN OF PRECAST TILES AT LANDING

STRUCTURAL ENGINEER

2"

111 S. INDEPENDENCE MALL EAST PHILADELPHIA, PA 19106 215.925.3788

10

MEPFP ENGINEERS

200 AMERICAN METRO BOULEVARD SUITE 120 HAMILTON, NJ 08619 609.750.9590

A-602

MEZZANINE 18' - 0"

4

DRAGO ILLUMINATION LIGHTING DESIGN

A-600

11"

1'-0" RADIUS

AKF ENGINEERS

TYP

5 A-831

1' - 0"

7

4' - 0"

EXTENSION OF STEEL-PLATE BENCH ALIGN

4' - 0"

4' - 0"

2" RADIUS

7

EQUALLY-SPACED

PICKETS AT 4" OC MAX

6.9

3' - 6"

4' - 0"

6.9

138 CRICKET AVENUE ARDMORE, PA 19003 484.410.4580

8

7

6.9

6 A-831

62 7/8"

UPHOLSTERED CUSHION 4

4

3

12' - 10"

Project Name:

SUBARU OF AMERICA NATIONAL SERVICE TRAINING CENTER CAMDEN, NJ

A-600

PAINTED, STEEL CHANNEL STRINGER

ALIGN

STEEL-PLATE MODESTY PANEL

PAINTED, TUBE-STEEL SCREEN WALL FRAME WITH BARGRATING INFILL PANELS 2" RADIUS

1' - 8"

8 7 3/4"

8

9

PAINTED STEEL PLATE BENCH WITH UPHOLSTERED CUSHION

DN

UP

A-401

OPEN

1' - 0 1/4"

1' - 6"

1' - 0 1/4"

8"

1"

LEVEL 1 0"

PAINTED STEEL STIFFENER PLATE AT EACH SCREEN VERTICAL

1

A-600

TYP

A-602

(15) TREAD @ 11"

13' - 9"

11

PAINTED STEEL-PLATE GUARDRAIL INFILL

(15) TREAD @ 11"

TUBE-STEEL SCREEN WALL ASSEMBLY

12' - 10"

(15) TREADS @ 11" EA

STEEL-PLATE BENCH

(14) TREADS @ 11" EA

A-600

13' - 9"

A-600

ENLARGED PLAN AT STAIR 02 - FIRST FLOOR

2

3/8" = 1'-0"

A-600

ENLARGED PLAN AT STAIR 02 - MEZZANINE LEVEL

3

3/8" = 1'-0"

A-600

ELEVATION AT STAIR 02

4

3/8" = 1'-0"

A-600

CROSS SECTION AT STAIR 02 3/8" = 1'-0"

N

4

T.O. PARAPET 32' - 0" T.O. ROOF 31' - 0"

A-600

8

4

6.9

6.9

6"

1' - 1 1/4"

2"

3' - 0"

6.9

8

A-600

T.O. PARAPET 32' - 0" T.O. ROOF 31' - 0"

2"

2"

3' - 0"

2"

3' - 0"

3' - 0"

8

4 A-600

Professional Seals

6"

ANCHOR TUBE STEEL FRAME TO STRUCTURE ABOVE

PAINTED STEEL-PLATE GUARDRAIL FROM 1/4" PLATE WITH CONTINUOUS TOP CAP; EXTEND FROM TOP OF STRINGER TO FULL GUARDRAIL HEIGHT AT MEZZANINE 2"

PAINTED STEEL-PLATE GUARDRAIL; EXTEND TO FLUSH WITH FIRST FLOOR CEILING

2 A-602

EQUALLY-SPACED PICKETS AT 4" OC MAX

Patrick J. McGranaghan; NJ License # 21AI01596000 Issue Description

3' - 6"

2"

7 A-831

3' - 6"

PAINTED STEEL-PLATE GUARDRAIL; EXTEND TO FLUSH WITH FIRST FLOOR CEILING

10

MEZZANINE 18' - 0"

TYP

MEZZANINE 18' - 0"

20' - 0"

MEZZANINE 18' - 0"

YYYY-MM-DD

DESIGN DEVELOPMENT BULLETIN 2 -CD ISSUE BULLETIN 3 - PERMIT ISSUE

A-602

2017-05-17 2017-09-01 2017-09-22 2017-09-27

TYP

8' - 8 1/2"

4"

1' - 0"

4" RADIUS

(15) RISERS @ 6.97" +/-

4 A-602

1 1/2" DIAMETER STAINLESS STEEL HANDRAIL

8 A-602

20' - 0"

PAINTED 5/16" STEEL PLATE MODESTY PANEL

6 A-602

PAINTED, TUBE-STEEL SCREEN WALL FRAME WITH BAR-GRATING INFILL PANELS

2" TYP

Project No: BRT 1118G

1 1/2" DIAMETER STAINLESS STEEL HANDRAIL 7' - 0"

9' - 3 1/2"

NOTE: REFER TO 6/A-600 FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

1'-0" RADIUS

2" RADIUS

Sheet Title

STAIR 02 - ENLARGED PLANS, ELEVATIONS, AND SECTIONS

PAINTED STEEL CHANNEL STRINGER

1' -

4" 6"

0"

LEVEL 1 0"

LEVEL 1 0"

LEVEL 1 0"

Original drawing is 42 x 30

6

A-600

3/8" = 1'-0"

SECTION AT STAIR 02

7

A-600

3/8" = 1'-0"

SECTON AT STAIR 02 3/8" = 1'-0"

FULL WIDTH OF STRINGER 4" OC MAX REFER TO STAIR SECTION

3

PAINTED STEEL-PLATE GUARDRAIL

3

A-602

PAINTED STEEL-PLATE GUARDRAIL

A-602 4

3/4" OUTSIDE RADIUS

A-602

A-602

HANDRAIL BRACKET DETAIL AT WALL OR SCREEN WALL 1 1/2" = 1'-0"

1 1/2" DIAMETER STAINLESS STEEL HANDRAIL ALIGN CLOSURE PLATE WITH END OF HANDRAIL BRACKET

STEEL PAN WITH PAINTED RISERS

SHIM FLOOR FINISH AS SCHEDULED

PAINTED STEEL-PLATE GUARDRAIL

CONCRETE SLAB ON METAL DECK; REFER TO STRUCTURAL ALIGN

0" 1' -

THIN-SET, PRECAST, CONCRETE TREADS

HANDR

1 1/2" = 1

METAL EDGE STRIP

1/2"

REINFORCED POUR STOP; REFER TO STRUCTURAL

FLOOR FINISH AS S CONTINUOUS, PAIN STEEL BENT PLATE

1/2" GYP BOARD RE SHIM REINFORCED POUR TO STRUCTURAL

CONCRETE SLAB O METAL DECK; REFE TO STRUCTURAL

STEEL BEAM; REFER TO STRUCTURAL

STEEL-PLATE HANDRAIL BRACKET FULL WIDTH OF OPENING BETWEEN GUARDRAIL PICKETS; PAINT TO MATCH GUARDRAIL

6

A-602

PAINTED STEEL-PL GUARDRAIL SUPPO WITH COUNTERSUN

PAINTED STEEL-PLATE GUARDRAIL SUPPORT BRACKET

1 3/4"

2" 1"

PAINTED STEEL-CHANNEL STAIR STRINGER

5

1 1/2" = 1'-0"

STEEL BAR BLOCKING

2"

THIN-SET CONCRETE STAIR TREAD

HANDRAIL BRACKET ELEVATION

PAINTED STEEL-PLATE GUARDRAIL

A-602

11"

A-602

1 1/2" = 1'-0"

3

1/4" RAKED CAULK JOINT

4

CLOSURE PLATE

1/2" x 6" STEE BLOCKING; ALIGN WITH HANDRAIL BRACKETS ABOVE; PAINT TO MATCH STRINGER

STEEL PAN

WALL AS SCHEDULED OR TUBESTEEL FRAME; PROVIDE BLOCKING AS NECESSARY AT WALL LOCATIONS

HANDRAIL BRACKET DETAIL AT GUARDRAIL

SCHEDULED FLOOR FINISH

COUNTER-SUNK ANCHORS; PAINT TO MATCH ADJACENT SURFACE

3/4"

3/4"

3

1 3/4"

1' - 0 1/4" CONC TREAD

5/16" STEEL-PLATE BRACKET; PAINT TO MATCH ADJACENT SURFACE

1"

HANDRAIL EXTENSION

PAINTED STEEL-CHANNEL STRINGER

1"

1 1/2" 3/4"

CONTINUOUS, 5/16", STEELPLATE, MODESTY PANEL

7"

6 A-602

ALIGN

STEEL-PLATE HANDRAIL BRACKET; PAINT TO MATCH GUARDRAIL 1' - 0"

1 1/2" DIAMETER BRUSHED SS HANDRAIL

2"

STEEL-PLATE HANDRAIL BRACKET FULL WIDTH OF OPENING BETWEEN GUARDRAIL PICKETS; PAINT TO MATCH GUARDRAIL

STEEL-PLATE HANDRAIL BRACKET; PAINT TO MATCH GUARDRAIL

ALIGN CLOSURE PLATE WITH END OF HANDRAIL BRACKET

COUNTER-SUNK ANCHORS; PAINT TO MATCH ADJACENT SURFACE

1 1/2" DIAMETER STAINLESS STEEL HANDRAIL

1 1/2" DIAMETER STAINLESS STEEL HANDRAIL

2" 1 1/2"

7 A-602

5/16", PAINTED, STEEL-PLATE, HANDRAIL BRACKET

1/4"

2"

1 1/2" DIAMETER STAINLESS STEEL HANDRAIL

2" 1 1/2"

2"

2"

PAINTED STEEL-PLATE GUARDRAIL

A-602

4"

1 1/2" DIAMETER STAINLESS STEEL HANDRAIL

STEEL BEAM; REFE TO STRUCTURAL

CONTINUOUS BOTTOM RAIL

PAINTED STEELPLATE GUARDRAIL SCHEDULED PARTITION

1

A-602

MODESTY PANEL DETAIL AT STAIR 02 1 1/2" = 1'-0"

2

A-602

HANDRAIL EXTENSION AND RISER / TREAD DEATIL - STAIR 02 1 1/2" = 1'-0"

PAINTED TUBE STEEL SCREEN WALL UPHOLSTERED CUSHION PAINTED 5/16" STEEL-PLATE BENCH

2"

1"

1" RADIUS

1" RADIUS

1' - 6"

PAINTED STEEL STIFFENER PLATE AT EACH SCREEN WALL VERTICAL PAINTED STEEL BLOCKING AT EACH SCREEN WALL VERTICAL 4"

A-600

SECTION AT STAIR 02

Do not scale contents of this drawing

A-600

Sheet Number

8" MINIMUM CORE DRILL WITH EPOXY

5

5 1/2"

0"

(16) RISERS @ 6.97" +/-

5' -

3' - 0"

TYP 1 A-602

12 BENCH DETAIL

A-602

1 1/2" = 1'-0"

8

A-602

HANDRAIL TERMINATION DETAIL 1 1/2" = 1'-0"

9

A-602

GUARDRAIL CONNECTION AT SLAB 1 1/2" = 1'-0"

10 GUARDRAIL CONNECTION AT DRYWALL

A-602

1 1/2" = 1'-0"


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GRANUM A/I

A-601

ARCHITECT 100 MATSONFORD ROAD RADNOR CORPORATE CENTER 4, SUITE 110 RADNOR, PA 19087 215.525.2663

T.O. PARAPET 32' - 0" T.O. ROOF 31' - 0"

G 3 A-601

G

3

IN COLLABORATION WITH:

A-601

1' - 9 1/4"

1.2

3' - 0"

2"

3' - 0"

2"

3' - 0"

2"

3' - 0"

T&M ASSOCIATES

CIVIL ENGINEER AND LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT

6"

ANCHOR TUBE STEEL FRAME TO STRUCTURE ABOVE

3A1

3

11 TINDALL ROAD MIDDLETOWN, NJ 07748 484.530.1270

A-601

7' - 0"

1.2

4" OC MAX

ALIGN BRACKETS AT WALLMOUNTED HANDRAIL WITH BRACKETS AT SCREENMOUNTED HANDRAIL

1' - 4"

14 A

111 S. INDEPENDENCE MALL EAST PHILADELPHIA, PA 19106 215.925.3788

EQUALLY-SPACED 2" PICKETS AT

2"

34A1

UP

3' - 6"

7 A-601

1' - 0"

14 A

STRUCTURAL ENGINEER

8 A-601

4' - 10"

3' - 10 3/8"

ST01B

O'DONNELL & NACCARATO

20' - 0"

MEZZANINE 18' - 0"

LIGHTING DESIGN

8' - 8 1/2"

6 A-601

20' - 0" 9' - 3 1/2"

4' - 7"

SUBARU OF AMERICA NATIONAL SERVICE TRAINING CEN

PAINTED, TUBE-STEEL SCREEN WALL FRAME WITH BAR GRATING INFILL PANELS

CAMDEN, NJ

(16) RISERS @ 6.97" +/-

11" 3' - 8"

2"

EQUAL PICKETS 2" @ 4" OC MAX PAINTED, STEEL-PLATE BARRIER

1' - 6"

3' - 6" 6"

6"

3' - 8"

LEVEL 1 0"

24 A 1

LEVEL 1 0" 4"

24 A 1

6"

A-602

5 A-601

CONCRETE-FILLED, STEELPAN STAIR ON PAINTED STEEL CHANNEL STRINGER WITH RUBBER STAIR TREADS AND PAINTED RISERS

EGRESS BARRIER

2

3' - 8"

3' - 8" 3' - 8"

1

(15) RISERS @ 6.97" +/-

12' - 10"

13' - 9"

12' - 10"

13' - 9"

(15) TREAD @ 11" EA

4 A-601

ENLARGED PLAN AT STAIR - FIRST FLOOR

A-601

9

Project Name:

4 A-601

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200 AMERICAN METRO BOULEVARD SUITE 120 HAMILTON, NJ 08619 609.750.9590

138 CRICKET AVENUE ARDMORE, PA 19003 484.410.4580

TYP

24 A 1

MEPFP ENGINEERS

DRAGO ILLUMINATION

MEZZANINE 18' - 0"

4 A-602

34A1

AKF ENGINEERS

2

3' - 8"

ENLARGED PLAN AT STAIR - MEZZANINE LEVEL

A-601

3/8" = 1'-0"

6"

3

A-601

3/8" = 1'-0"

SECTION AT EGRESS STAIR

4

A-601

3/8" = 1'-0"

SECTION AT EGRESS STAIR

Professional Seals

3/8" = 1'-0"

2 G

5 3/8" 1' - 0"

GRANUM A/I

HANDRAIL EXTENSION

6 1/2"

HANDRAIL, BEYOND

PARTITION TYPE AS SCHEDULED

PARTITION AS SCHEDULED

FLOOR SLAB

ALIGN HANDRAIL CLOSURE PLATE WITH EDGE OF GUARDRAIL POST 1 1/2" DIAMETER STAINLESS STEEL HANDRAIL GUARDRAIL SCREEN

J-RUNNER

MEZZANINE 18' - 0"

MEZZANINE 18' - 0"

MEZZANINE 18' - 0" GUARDRAIL SCREEN POST

POUR STOP GUARDRAIL BEYOND

PAINTED STEEL-CHANNEL STRINGER

FLOOR SLAB, SEE STRUCTURAL DRAWINGS

11"

STEEL BAR BLOCKING

STEEL FRAMING, SEE STRUCTURAL DRAWINGS

STAIRS, BEYOND

FLOOR FINISH AS SCHEDULED

MEZZANINE 18' - 0"

7"

STEEL FRAMING, SEE STRUCTURAL DRAWINGS

1/4"

2"

POUR STOP POUR STOP GWB TO BYBASS EDGE OF SLAB

Patrick J. McGranaghan; NJ License # 21AI01596

CLOSURE PLATE

1"

FLOOR SLAB

PARTITION AS SCHEDULED

ARCHITECT 100 MATSONFORD ROAD RADNOR CORPORATE CENTER 4, S RADNOR, PA 19087 215.525.2663

Issue Description

YYYY

IN COLLABORATION WITH: BULLETIN 2 -CD ISSUE BULLETIN 3 - PERMIT ISSUE

T&M ASSOCIATES

2 2 2

CIVIL ENGINEER AND LANDSCAPE

J-RUNNER PARTITION TYPE AS SCHEDULED

PARTITION AS SCHEDULED

PARTITION TYPE AS SCHEUDLED

STEEL PAN, PAINTED THIN-SET, PRECAST, CONCRETE TREADS

11 TINDALL ROAD MIDDLETOWN, NJ 07748 484.530.1270

O'DONNELL & NACCA STRUCTURAL ENGINEER

5

A-601

SECTION DETAIL AT EDGE OF SLAB AT EGRESS STAIR

6

A-601

1 1/2" = 1'-0"

SECTION DETAIL AT EDGE OF SLAB AT EGRESS STAIR

7

1 1/2" = 1'-0"

A-601

SECTION DETAIL AT EGDE OF SLAB -EGRESS STAIR - EAST SIDE

8

1 1/2" = 1'-0"

111 S. INDEPENDENCE MALL EAST PHILADELPHIA, PA 19106 215.925.3788

SECTION DETAIL AT EGRESS STAIR 1 1/2" = 1'-0"

AKF ENGINEERS Project No: BRT 1118G MEPFP ENGINEERS

200 AMERICAN METRO BOULEVAR Sheet Title SUITE 120 STAIR 01 ENLARGED HAMILTON, NJ 08619 PLANS, SECTIONS 609.750.9590

AND DETAILS

DRAGO ILLUMINATION LIGHTING DESIGN

Original drawing is 42 x 30

Do not scale contents of thi

A-601

Sheet Number

A-602

PAINTED STEEL-PLATE GUARDRAIL

EQ

4

1 1/2" DIAMETER STAINLESS STEEL HANDRAIL

3/4"

STEEL-PLATE HANDRAIL BRACKET FULL WIDTH OF OPENING BETWEEN GUARDRAIL PICKETS; PAINT TO MATCH GUARDRAIL

STEEL-PLATE HANDRAIL BRACKET; PAINT TO MATCH GUARDRAIL

TUBE-STEEL FRAME

1 1/2" DIAMETER BRUSHED SS HANDRAIL

2"

2" 1 1/2"

A-602

1 1/2" DIAMETER STAINLESS STEEL HANDRAIL

1 1/2" DIAMETER BRUSHED SS HANDRAIL

6

4

A-602

HANDRAIL BRACKET ELEVATION

5

A-602

1 1/2" = 1'-0"

CONTINUOUS, 5/16", STEELPLATE, MODESTY PANEL

5/16" STEEL-PLATE BRACKET; PAINT TO MATCH ADJACENT SURFACE

HANDRAIL BRACKET DETAIL AT WALL OR SCREEN WALL 1 1/2" = 1'-0"

1 1/2"

SHIM

5 1/2"

CONCRETE SLAB ON METAL DECK; REFER TO STRUCTURAL ALIGN

HANDRAIL BRACKET ELEVATION AT SCREEN WALL 1 1/2" = 1'-0"

REINFORCED POUR STOP; REFER TO STRUCTURAL

1/2" GYP BOARD REVEAL SHIM REINFORCED POUR STOP; REFER TO STRUCTURAL

STEEL BEAM; REFER TO STRUCTURAL

CONTINUOUS BOTTOM RAIL

A-602

1 1/2" = 1'-0"

CAMDEN, NJ

7

A-602

HANDRAIL BRACKET ELEVATION AT MODESTY PANEL 1 1/2" = 1'-0"

PAINTED STEELPLATE GUARDRAIL SHIM AND BLOCKING AS NECESSARY PAINTED STEEL-PLATE GUARDRAIL SUPPORT BRACKET WITH COUNTERSUNK ANCHORS ALIGN

PAINTED STEELPLATE GUARDRAIL

10 GUARDRAIL CONNECTION AT DRYWALL

A-602

1 1/2" = 1'-0"

SCHEDULED PARTITION AND CEILING CONTINUOUS BOTTOM PLATE

SCHEDULED PARTITION

GUARDRAIL CONNECTION AT SLAB

Project Name:

SUBARU OF AMERICA NATIONAL SERVICE TR

FLOOR FINISH AS SCHEDULED CONTINUOUS, PAINTED STEEL BENT PLATE

CONCRETE SLAB ON METAL DECK; REFER TO STRUCTURAL

STEEL BEAM; REFER TO STRUCTURAL

9

6"

METAL EDGE STRIP

1/2"

1"

1"

FLOOR FINISH AS SCHEDULED

STEEL-PLATE HANDRAIL BRACKET FULL WIDTH OF OPENING BETWEEN GUARDRAIL PICKETS; PAINT TO MATCH GUARDRAIL

NATION DETAIL

1 3/4"

1 3/4"

PAINTED STEEL-PLATE GUARDRAIL SUPPORT BRACKET

4"

1 1/2" DIAMETER STAINLESS STEEL HANDRAIL ALIGN CLOSURE PLATE WITH END OF HANDRAIL BRACKET

6

A-602

5/16" STEEL-PLATE BRACKET; PAINT TO MATCH TUBE-STEEL FRAME

PAINTED STEEL-PLATE GUARDRAIL SUPPORT BRACKET WITH COUNTERSUNK ANCHORS

PAINTED STEEL-PLATE GUARDRAIL

PAINTED STEEL-PLATE GUARDRAIL

5/16", PAINTED, STEEL-PLATE, HANDRAIL BRACKET

A-602

WALL AS SCHEDULED OR TUBESTEEL FRAME; PROVIDE BLOCKING AS NECESSARY AT WALL LOCATIONS

ET DETAIL AT GUARDRAIL

1 1/2" DIAMETER STAINLESS STEEL HANDRAIL

EQ

1 3/4" 6 1/2"

A-602

4"

PAINTED STEEL-PLATE GUARDRAIL

138 CRICKET AVENUE ARDMORE, PA 19003 484.410.4580

5

3

11 GUARDRAIL CONNECTION

A-602

1 1/2" = 1'-0"

Professional Seals


South Jersey Industries Pre-Planning

GRANUM A/I ARCHITECT 100 MATSONFORD ROAD RADNOR CORPORATE CENTER 4, SUITE 110 RADNOR, PA 19087 215.525.2663

IN COLLABORATION WITH:

ALDERSON ENGINEERING

Granum A/I

MEP, FP

407 LAKESIDE DR SOUTHAMPTON, PA 18966 215.364.5635

Key Plan

Project Name:

SJI: FOLSOM RENOVATION HAMMONTON, NJ 08087

Professional Seals

No.

Issue Description

Project No:

SJI 1156A

Sheet Title

{3D - xliu}

1

A-711

YYYY-MM-DD

Unnamed

Original drawing is 48 x 36 Do not scale contents of this drawing

NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION

A-711

Sheet Number

GRANUM A/I ARCHITECT 100 MATSONFORD ROAD RADNOR CORPORATE CENTER 4, SUITE 110 RADNOR, PA 19087 215.525.2663

IN COLLABORATION WITH:

ALDERSON ENGINEERING MEP, FP

407 LAKESIDE DR SOUTHAMPTON, PA 18966 215.364.5635

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D'

E'

F'

G.3'

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G.1'

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L'

K'

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4

3

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B'

PENTHOUSE FLR 113' - 1 1/2"

SECOND FLOOR 99' - 6"

FIRST FLOOR 84' - 6"

9

A-700

A-EE NORTH HIDDEN 1984

2

1/8" = 1'-0"

13'

A-700

A-EE SOUTH 1/8" = 1'-0"

1

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Key Plan

PENTHOUSE FLR 113' - 1 1/2"

SECOND FLOOR 99' - 6"

Project Name:

FIRST FLOOR 84' - 6"

8

A-700

A-EE EAST HIDDEN 1984

3

1/8" = 1'-0"

14'

A-700

13'

SJI: FOLSOM RENOVATION HAMMONTON, NJ 08087

A-EE NORTH 1/8" = 1'-0"

11'

9'

6'

3'

2'

A

1'

B

C

D

E

F

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PENTHOUSE FLR 113' - 1 1/2"

SECOND FLOOR 99' - 6"

No.

Issue Description

FIRST FLOOR 84' - 6" 6

A-700

A-EE WEST

4

1/8" = 1'-0"

A-700

J

H

G

A-EE WEST HIDDEN 1969 NORTH

5

1/8" = 1'-0"

A-700

F

E

A-EE WEST HIDDEN 1969 SOUTH 1/8" = 1'-0"

D

C

B

A

PENTHOUSE FLR 113' - 1 1/2"

SECOND FLOOR 99' - 6" Project No:

SJI 1156A

Sheet Title

FIRST FLOOR 84' - 6"

7

A-700

A-EE SOUTHEAST 1984 1/8" = 1'-0"

1

A-700

A-EE EAST 1/8" = 1'-0"

MECHANICAL 77' - 6"

NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION

EXTERIOR ELEVATIONS

Original drawing is 48 x 36 Do not scale contents of this drawing

Sheet Number

A-700

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GRANUM A/I

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ARCHITECT 100 MATSONFORD ROAD RADNOR CORPORATE CENTER 4, SUITE 110 RADNOR, PA 19087 215.525.2663

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IN COLLABORATION WITH:

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ALDERSON ENGINEERING MEP, FP

407 LAKESIDE DR SOUTHAMPTON, PA 18966 215.364.5635

6' - 0 1/2"

C

1' - 6"

20' - 0"

D

4' - 7 3/16" B'

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D'

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M.5'

N.5'

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19' - 8"

12' - 7" 6' - 5"

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12' - 0 3/16"

14' - 10"

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Key Plan

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10'

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11'

6' - 0"

5' - 1"

12'

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9'

8'

6.5'

20' - 8"

8' 7' 6.5' 6'

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Project Name:

5' - 9 3/8"

6' - 8"

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4'

HAMMONTON, NJ 08087

5' - 8"

6' - 3 5/8"

1' - 4"

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SJI 1156A

Sheet Title

Unnamed W-XL 02 EXG PLAN 1/8" = 1'-0"

Original drawing is 48 x 36 Do not scale contents of this drawing

NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION

A-712

Sheet Number

GRANUM A/I ARCHITECT 100 MATSONFORD ROAD RADNOR CORPORATE CENTER 4, SUITE 110 RADNOR, PA 19087 215.525.2663

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IN COLLABORATION WITH:

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ALDERSON ENGINEERING MEP, FP

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7' - 6"

40' - 0"

40' - 0"

40' - 0"

7' - 6"

407 LAKESIDE DR SOUTHAMPTON, PA 18966 215.364.5635

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11"11"

38' - 2"

11" 2' - 8"

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9' - 6"

3' - 8"

11" 2' - 8"

1' - 0"

1' - 0"

11"11" 1' - 4"

11" 2' - 8"

2' - 8" 11"

7' - 6"

2' - 0"

5' - 9"

N.5'

12' - 6"

14'

11"11"

3"

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11'

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10'

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8' - 10"

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40' - 0"

16' - 4"

3' - 0"

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27' - 1"

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Key Plan

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3' - 0"

26' - 1"

11' - 3"

2' - 1"

5' - 1"

6' - 0 17/32"

41' - 4 1/2"

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8' - 7"

5' - 1 3/4"

14' - 10" 11'

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5" 4' - 11"

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11"11"

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5' - 7 1/2"

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8' - 0"

2' - 8"

1' - 0"

1' - 4 1/2"

2' - 8"

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6' - 10"

2' - 8"

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40' - 0"

6' - 3"

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11"11"

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11' - 6"

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2' - 8"

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5' - 0"

4' - 5"

4' - 0"

1' - 0"

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3' - 4 1/2"

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Project Name:

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11"11"

5' - 9 3/16"

1' - 5 29/32"

5'

1' - 1"

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5' - 9"

4' - 8"

HAMMONTON, NJ 08087

5" 2' - 1"

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5' 4'

SJI: FOLSOM RENOVATION

4' - 4 1/2" 6' - 6 3/16"

5' - 9 3/8"

8' - 11"

45.00

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8' 8' 7' 6.5' 6.5'

10' - 1"

11"11"

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11"11"

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Issue Description

7' - 6"

1' - 4"

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7'

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3' - 6"

31' - 1"

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1' - 0"

7'

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H'

2' - 8" 11"

4' - 0"

7'

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3'

7' -2

11' - 2"

5'

3' - 8" 1' - 0"

10' - 1"

3' - 8"

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11"

1' - 1"

2' - 8" 2'

1' - 0"

3' - 10 3/16" 1'

1' - 0"

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A-712

1' - 0"

18' - 10"

11' - 0"

7' - 10"

7' - 2"

1' - 1"

19' - 11"

31' - 1"

40' - 0"

45' - 4 1/2"

Project No:

1' - 5" 1' - 8"2' - 6"

SJI 1156A

Sheet Title

C'

1

A-713

D'

E'

F'

Unnamed M'

N'

N.1'

W-XL 01 EXG PLAN

Original drawing is 48 x 36 Do not scale contents of this drawing

1/8" = 1'-0"

NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION

Sheet Number

A-713

YYYY-MM-DD


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