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07-1 ELISE CHWAN ARCHITECTURAL INQUIRIES


SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE AND PLANNING UNIVERSITY AT BUFFALO STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK UNDERGRADUATE ARCHITECTURE PORTFOLIO 2007 THROUGH 2011


SCHEMES

A PERFORMANCE HOUSE MUSEUM WATERFRONT MARKET RIDE, PLAY, AND EAT THREADS OF THE CITY CONSTRUCTION TECHNOLOGY OTHER INTERESTS


PROFESSORS: JOYCE HWANG, CHRIS ROMANO_ FRESHMAN

A PERFORMANCE HOUSE


VELLUM, GRAPHITE

B

THE PERFORMANCE HOUSE ACCOMODATES THE ACTIVITIES OF AN ATHLETE THROUGH THEIR TYPICAL TWENTY-FOUR HOUR SCHEDULE.

A PROFESSIONAL

SOCCER PLAYER WOULD OCCUPY THIS PARTICULAR HOUSE. HIS/ HER ACTIVITIES INCLUDE: SLEEPING, EATING, SHOWER, ICE BATH, RELAXING, LAUNDRY, PHONE/ FREE TIME, WORKOUT/COOLDOWN, STRETCHING/RUNNING, AND COMPUTER/ T.V./READING. THERE IS ALSO A SEPARATION OF PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SPACE. PUBLIC SPACE IS DEFINED AS A LARGE, OPEN PLACE WHERE ATHLETIC ACTIVITY IS PERFORMED, AND A PRIVATE SPACE IS WHERE THE ATHLETE CAN BE SEPARATE FROM HIS/HER WORK ENVIRONMENT AND TAKE CARE OF PERSONAL NEEDS. JUST AS A SOCCER PLAYER RUNS WITH A PACE, THE SCHEDULE IS ITS OWN

PLAN

SECTION A-A

TIME-BASED REPETITIVE ENTITY THAT STRUCTURES THE LIFE OF THE ATHLETE.

PACED

A

B

SECTION B-B

CONCEPT

A


CHIPBOARD, BASSWOOD

FINAL MODEL


PROFESSOR: JEN OAKLEY_ SOPHMORE

MUSEUM


THE PROJECT STARTED AS A DIAGRAMMING AND MAPPING OF THE SITE IN FORT NIAGRA, NEW YORK.

THE BRICK WALL

ALONG THE EASTERN SIDE OF THE SITE BECAME INTERESTING AS A POTENTIAL PLACING OF THE MUSEUM.

ITS ACCESS

TO OTHER LOCATIONS ON THE SITE AT PARTICULAR

POINTS,

THE

EXISTING

WALL THAT COULD BE UTILIZED AS PART OF THE STRUCTURE, AND ITS LONGEV-

CAL.

MADE THE

THIS

LOCATION

PRACTI-

PROJECT EVOLVED INTO A

SERIES OF TUBES THAT WOULD VARY IN HEIGHT, WIDTH, AND LIGHT PASSAGE ENCASING THE PROGRAMATIC ELEMENTS INCLUDING:

A

LOBBY,

DESK,

COAT

ROOM,

BOOK

STORE,

STORAGE

HIBIT

SPACE,

AND

RECEPTION BATHROOMS, SPACE, A

TUBES

ITY

EX-

THEATER.

TUBES OF SPACE WAS A RESPONSE TO THE OPPORTUNITY PRESENTED BY THE EXISTING WALL, AND THE SPACES BECAME SIMPLE, LINEAR WAYS FOR VISITORS TO LEARN ABOUT WORK AND RESEARCH OF ARTISTS

CONCEPT

AND SCIENTISTS FROM WESTERN NEW YORK.


DIAGRAMATIC PLAN

MASSING ELEVATION

FINAL PLAN

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A

A

PARTIAL ROOF PLAN

LOBBY

PARTIAL SECTION A-A

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LIGHTING AXO LEAST LIGHT

7.

9.

MEDIUM LIGHT MOST LIGHT

1. LOBBY 2. RECEPTION DESK

8. 8.

3. COAT ROOM 4. BATHROOMS

4. 5.

5. BOOKSTORE 6. ANNEX

6.

7. STORAGE SPACE

3.

8. EXHIBIT SPACE 9. THEATER THE AMOUNT OF LIGHT ASSIGNED

2.

1.

TO A SPACE IS IN RELATION TO THE AMOUNT OF LIGHT THAT AN INDIVIDUAL NEEDS TO EXPERIENCE DIFFERENT PROGRAMS. THE SECTION MODEL DEMONSTRATES THE LOBBY AREA, WHERE A LARGE SKYLIGHT IS PLACED OVERHEAD A RECEPTION AREA; INFORMATION ABOUT THE MUSEUM CAN BE READ AND VISITORS CAN MEET. IN THE COAT ROOM NEXT TO THE LOBBY, THERE IS NO SKYLIGHT, AS THERE ARE NO FINAL SECTIONAL MODEL

PEOPLE PRESENT IN THIS AREA.

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FINAL SECTIONAL MODEL AND DETAILS BASSWOOD, MOHAGANY, CARDBOARD, PLEXIGLASS

VISION IS ALSO BLOCKED TO THE OUTSIDE FROM SIDE TO SIDE, TO FOCUS ON THE WALL MOUNTED EXHIBITS (WITH THE EXCEPTION OF THE FULL HEIGHT GLAZED ENTRANCE); HOWEVER, TO GET A SENSE OF THE ENVIRONMENT OUTSIDE AND THE HEIGHT ABOVE GROUND LEVEL, THE TRANSPARANT CLADDING IS ONLY IN CEILINGS AND FLOORS.

INTERIOR LIGHT, WOOD STRUCTURE BELOW

GLASS FLOORS & WALLS, WOOD CLAD WALLS


SHADOW STUDIES

STRUCTURAL SPACE FRAME CHIPBOARD MODEL ON VERTICAL BASE

PHASE 1: PATTERN- CREATE A PATTERN AND DESIGN

CONNECTIVITY

A SELF-SUPPORTING STRUCTURE FROM IT. THE RESULT IS A SPACE FRAME MADE OF LINKING UNITS.

PROFESSOR: KEN MACKAY_ JUNIOR

WATERFRONT MARKET


MODEL

INTERIOR

COLLAGE:

MODEL MADE OF BASSWOOD, MATTBOARD, FOAM

CORE.

COLLAGE

SHOWS

RESIDENTS

SHOPPING

FOR

PRODUCE

INSIDE

THE

MARKET THE

AND RIVER

LOCAL

VIEW

OF

BEYOND.

CLUSTER

P.E.T.G., AND

CONCEPT

CARDBOARD,


3D AUTOCAD MODEL

PHASE 2: CANOPY- CREATE A CANOPY FOR A FARMER’S MARKET. USING THE SAME SPACE FRAME SYSTEM, THE UNITS BECOME SELF SUPPORTING CLUSTERS THEMSELVES, AND A STRUCTURE IS FORMED WHERE THE VENDORS

AND

CUSTOMERS

VISIBLE TO EACH OTHER. SIBLE

FUNCTIONS

SUCH

CAN

EASILY

INTERACT

AND

BE

THE UNITS PROVIDE OTHER POSAS

A

PLACE

TO

HANG

ITEMS

OR

ATTACH A LIGHT-WEIGHT FABRIC FOR WEATHER PROTECTION.

LASERCUT CHIPBOARD, BASSWOOD, PLEXIGLASS, MOHAGANY MODEL


PHASE 3: MARKETPROPOSED MASTER PLAN IN PITTSBURGH, PA.

SEVERAL CLASSES TRANSPORTATION FOUND

OF ARE

THROUGHOUT

THIS SITE.

THE GOAL

OF THIS PLAN IS TO

5.

LINK THE METHODS OF TRANSPORTATION

TO

MAKE A QUICKER TRANSITION FROM THE SITE TO ANOTHER LOCATION IN PITTSBURGH.

3.

12.

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4.

11.

1.

10.

2.

9.

6.

1. NEW MARKET 2. ROOF GARDEN PLANTERS

8.

3. NEW APARTMENTS 4. EXISTING PRODUCE STORAGE 7.

8.

5. LIVING MACHINE 6. PUBLIC PARK 7. MARINA 8. FERRY PICK-UP/DROP-OFF 9. BRIDGE 10. BUFFALO’S LRRT 11. TRUCK DOCKS

N

12. BOAT LAUNCH


NEW MARKET BUILDING PLANS

ROOF PLAN

SECOND SLABS

SECOND FLOOR PLAN, FIRST SLABS


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FIRST FLOOR PLAN

PARKING GARAGE, SECOND LEVEL

PARKING GARAGE, FIRST LEVEL


BUFFALO NEEDS A BUILDING THAT CAN ACCOMODATE METHODS OF TRANSPORTATION SUCH AS TRAIN, BUS, AND TAXIS. THE SITE (AT WASHINGTON STREET AND EXCHANGE STREET IN DOWNTOWN BUFFALO, NY) IS LOCATED BETWEEN TWO SPORTS ARENAS. THE BUILDING SHOULD ALSO ACCOMODATE FOR DIFFERENT ATHLETIC PROGRAMS, AS WELL AS RESTAURANTS, WHICH WILL MAKE THIS SITE A MORE EXCITING, INPIRING, AND VIBRANT PLACE TO UTILIZE.

PROFESSOR: JAMES RAYBURG_ JUNIOR

RIDE, PLAY, AND EAT


Entry Hall Annex STRUCTURE Structure

STRUCTURAL AXONOMETRIC OF THE ENTRY HALL ANNEX

FLUIDITY

GEOMETRY Geometry

AUTOCAD

CONCEPT

CIRCULATION Circulation


PROGRAM SPECIFICITY TO PLATFORMS

AUTOCAD, ILLUSTRATOR

Formal Entry

Open Circulation Determined by Setup of Display

6 Walls for Showing Prada’s Work

Separate Spaces for Galleries or Sub-Exhibitions

WAIST DOWN

CINEMA

ART EXHIBITION

Configured for an Equal Flow of People to See Students’ Work

STUDENT TAKEOVER

PRADA TRANSFORMER- OMA/REM KOOLHAAS SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA (2009) BUILT, USED, AND TAKEN DOWN IN 2009, THIS QUICKLY DEPLOYABLE BUILDING CAN CHANGE PROGRAMS WITHIN ONE MONTH. THE BUILDING CAN BE CATEGORIZED AS TIME-BASED ARCHITECTURE. IT HAS 4 SIDES THAT ARE USED AS BASES FOR EACH PROGRAM: STUDENT TAKEOVER, CINEMA, ART EXHIBITION, AND WAIST DOWN. AFTER EACH PROGRAM HAS ENDED, THE BUILDING IS FLIPPED AND ROTATED TO ACCOMODATE ANOTHER PROGRAM. THE BUILDING WAS USED FOR APPROXIMATELY 6 MONTHS.


CONSTRUCTION SETUP/SWITCH OF EVENT

AUTOCAD, ILLUSTRATOR

DAYS WITH NO PROGRAM

NOVEMBER

OCTOBER

SEPTEMBER

AUGUST

JULY

JUNE

MAY

TIME PLANNING

APRIL

ART EXHIBITION STUDENT TAKEOVER

MARCH

CINEMA

FEBRUARY

WAIST DOWN

DAYS WITH PROGRAM

PRECEDENT STUDY


SITE CONDITIONS

Columns with Drains

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Walkable Path

Grass

Snow pushed over Skyway

Underground Piping

N N

THE SITE IS LOCATED ON THE BLOCK OF LAND BETWEEN WASHINGTON STREET AND EXCHANGE STREET IN DOWNTOWN BUFFALO, NY. THERE IS A SKYWAY OVERHEAD AND A SMALL AMTRAK STATION ON SITE. THE NFTA METRO AND NFTA BUS STOP IN THIS AREA.


WATER MOVEMENT FROM COLUMN DRAINS WATER OVERLAP ON LAND DUE TO COLUMNS WITH DRAINAGE, NUMBERS SHOW ELEVATION ABOVE SEA LEVEL AUTOCAD, ILLUSTRATOR

594

593

592

591

588

590

587 586

586

586

586

589

585

584

N PART

OF

THIS

SITE

IS

LOCATED

UNDERNEATH AN OVERPASS, PORTION OF ROUTE 190. THE STRUCTURE, AS WELL AS THE SLOPING LANDSCAPE, BESPORTS HUB

CAME OF INTEREST IN CONSIDERING WA-

TRANSPORTATION HUB

TER FLOW AND BUILD-UP ON THE SITE.

SKI

IN RESPONSE, THE LAND IS EVALUATED IN ORDER TO ACCOMODATE THE

BMX

TRANSPORTATION NEEDS.

AMTRAK

RIES OF PROGRAMS THAT SPANS THE

BUS TERMINAL TAXI EXISTING AMTRAK PATH

PROGRAMMING THE SITE RHINOCEROUS

DIFFERENT SPORTS PROGRAMS AND

SKATE

THIS SE-

SITE TAKES ON FLUID AND INFORMAL CIRCULATION, YET TIE INTO EXISTING TRANSPORT SYSTEMS, SUCH AS THE NFTA LIGHT RAIL AND BUS SYSTEM.


ROOF PLAN AUTOCAD, ILLUSTRATOR

SITE PLAN

N

AUTOCAD, ILLUSTRATOR


TRANSPORTATION HUB/SPORTS COMPLEX BUILDING PLANS

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10. 1.

Ro om s

9.

2.

Ch ang ing

9.

2.

3.

Offices

3.

4. 4. 11.

13.

Cleaning

Kitchen Food

Employee Lockers

Ski Rental

Employee Lounge

12. Tickets

Security Food

11. 7.

7.

Cleaning

Food

5.

Retail

Retail Retail

6.

Kitchen Restaurant

Barrier Free Space Taxis

8.

Information Desk

Waiting

Queuing Areas and Operation

FOURTH FLOOR PLAN

THIRD FLOOR PLAN

Offices Waiting

SECOND FLOOR PLAN

1. SPORTS HUB 2. SKI 3. BMX 4. SKATE 5. BICYCLE 6. TRANSPORTATION HUB 7. BUS TERMINAL 8. TAXI 9. AMTRAK 10. BATHROOMS 11. RESTAURANT 12. SECURITY 13. STORAGE FIRST FLOOR PLAN


TRANSPORTATION HUB

TICKETS

SECTION A

TICKE

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SKATE POOLS, AMTRAK

GSX

SUZUK

I

SECTION B

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RESTAURANT, LOOKOUT

SECTION C

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KI GSX

SUZU

SPORTS HUB, AMTRAK STATION

GSX

SUZUKI

SECTION D

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NOLLI PLAN

THREADS OF THE CITY PROFESSORS: BRAD WALES, JITENDRA VAIDYA

COMPREHENSIVE STUDIO


PUBLIC AND PRIVATE PROGRAM ARE WOVEN TOGETHER IN THIS PROJECT, AND STRETCH TO CONNECT TO THE CITY AS A SMALL PART

APARTMENTS

CONCEPT SKETCHES

STUDIOS/TEXTILE PRODUCTION CENTERS

OF A LARGE URBAN WEAVE. THE PUBLIC PROGRAM IS A TEXTILE MANUFACTURING FACILITY, AND THE PRIVATE PROGRAM IS APARTMENTS. THIS DESIGN PROPOSES TO CONNECT WITH THE LIBRARY

GREEN SPACE CIRCULATION

ACROSS BROADWAY STREET; BOTH MATERIALITY AND SHAPE OF THE

WEAVE

DESIGNED SITE EXTEND THE BUILDING’S THREADS OUTWARD.

N

CONCEPT

MARKER ON TRACE, PHOTOSHOP, ILLUSTRATOR

PASTEL ON BOND

PENCIL ON TRACE


N

LOWER GROUND FLOOR PLAN 1/8”= 1’0”

LOWER GROUND FLOOR PLAN

AUTOCAD, ILLUSTRATOR

N


OPE

N TO

BELO

W

OPE

N TO

BELO

W

N

HIGHER GROUND FLOOR PLAN 1/8”= 1’0”

UPPER GROUND FLOOR PLAN

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N


8

5

2

7

4

UPPER GROUND FLOOR

6

3

LOWER GROUND FLOOR

BUILDING PLANS

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AUTOCAD, ILLUSTRATOR SOLAR PANEL FACADE

SOLAR SHADING

GARDEN ROOF

DRAINAGE

ELEVATIONS 1/16" = 1'-0" ELEVATIONS

AUTOCAD, ILLUSTRATOR

30+60 AXONOMETRIC


TERRACE DETAILS AUTOCAD

GARDEN ROOF CONSTRUCTION

AUTOCAD


GROUND PLANS/SECTION/ELEVATION

AUTOCAD, ILLUSTRATOR


ACCESSIBILITY EMERGENCY EGRESS ACCESSIBILITY LEGISLATION IN THE US REQUIRES THE FOLLOWING:

SHARED CIRCULATION

SCHEMES 20-24 UNITS: 1 TYPE A ACCESSIBLE UNIT MINIMUM, ALL OTHER UNITS TO BE

REFUGE AREA

TYPE B ACCESSIBLE.

60” TURNING RADIUS TERRACE

TO ENCOURAGE A WIDE RANGE OF EXPLORATIONS OF UNIT TYPES,THE STUDIO HAS BEEN GRANTED A VARIANCE. THE SCHEME INCLUDES 1 TYPE A, AND ALL OTHERS ARE TYPE B AND/OR WALKUP.

TYPE A FLAT

TYPE B BI-LEVEL

6TH FLOOR TYPICAL RESIDENTIAL LEVEL

5TH FLOOR PUBLIC PROGRAM (TEXTILE PRODUCTION UNITS)

UPPER GROUND FLOOR

LOWER GROUND FLOOR (PARKING) AUTOCAD, ILLUSTRATOR


LIFE SAFETY: OCCUPANCY GROUPS AND FIRE RATED CONSTRUCTION

TYPICAL RESIDENTIAL/TRANSIENT HOUSING LEVEL

RAMP

3 HOUR 2 HOUR UPPER GROUND FLOOR

1 HOUR 1/2 HOUR

FIRE PROTECTION SYSTEMS: SMOKE DETECTORS ARE REQUIRED FOR ALL OCCUPANCIES. FOR R-1 AND R-2 RESIDENTIAL, A DETECTOR IS REQUIRED 1) IN EACH SLEEPING ROOM/AREA, 2) ON EACH FLOOR IMMEDIATELY OUTSIDE EACH SLEEPING AREA, AND 3) ON THE FLOOR OF EACH UNIT. AUDIOVISUAL FIRE ALARMS ARE REQUIRED THROUGHOUT THE BUILDING EVERY 75 FEET WITHIN SPACES AND IN ESCAPE ROUTES. PULL STATIONS ARE REQUIRED IMMEDIATELY OUTSIDE ENTRANCES TO EGRESS STAIRS AND WITHIN THE STAIR AT THE FINAL EXIT AT GRADE LEVEL. BECAUSE OF THE R-1/R-2 OCCUPANT GROUP, SPRINKLERS ARE REQUIRED THROUGHOUT THE ENTIRE BUILDING. THE MAXIMUM AREA OF COVERAGE PER SPRINKLER IS 225 SQUARE FEET. EACH ROOM REQUIRES AT LEAST ONE SPRINKLER HEAD. ALL AREAS ARE REQUIRED TO BE COVERED INCLUDING CLOSETS OR STORAGE AREAS MORE LOWER GROUND FLOOR (PARKING)

THAN 4 FEET IN LENGTH OR WIDTH. AUTOCAD, ILLUSTRATOR


BUILDING SERVICES, HVAC AND PLUMBING

METERS HVAC UNITS MECHANICAL PLANT

ELEVATOR ELEVATOR SERVICES SKETCHUP, ILLUSTRATOR


MEANS OF EGRESS/TYPOLOGIES AND ASSOCIATED UNITS

RAMP

UPPER GROUND FLOOR

LOWER GROUND FLOOR (PARKING)

VERTICAL CORES IN A SINGLE LOADED SKIP-STOP SYSTEM

OCCUPANCY GROUPS AND MEANS OF EGRESS OCCUPANCY OCCUPANT

MAX FLOOR

# OF

# OF

GROUP

LOAD

AREA

OCCUPANTS

EGRESS STAIRS WIDTH

STAIR

F-1

281

22,473

80

2

M

55

2,199

40

R-1

543

21,722

R-2

969

S-1 S-2

SMOKEPROOF SPRINKLERS? MAX TRAVEL STAIRS? Y/N

Y/N

DISTANCE

3’

Y

Y

50’

-

-

-

Y

-

40

2

3’

Y

Y

50’

31,020

32

2

2’8”

Y

Y

20’

-

-

0

2

3’

Y

Y

50’

186

18,600

100

2

3’

Y

Y

85’

WALK-UPS

SKETCHUP, AUTOCAD, ILLUSTRATOR


CONCEPTUAL MODEL STEEL, POPLAR, PLYWOOD

DEVELOPMENT MODELS WHITE FOAM, FOAMCORE, CHIPBOARD, MATTEBOARD, PLYWOOD, BASSWOOD, SPRAYPAINT, MYLAR


LAZERCUT SECTIONAL MODEL PLYWOOD, BASSWOOD, PLEXIGLASS, PETG, BURLAP


EXTERIOR RENDER/COLLAGE

SKETCHUP, VRAY, PHOTOSHOP


INTERIOR RENDER/COLLAGE OF TEXTILE PRODUCTION AREA

SKETCHUP, VRAY, PHOTOSHOP


CONSTRUCTION TECHNOLOGY PROFESSOR_ ANNETTE LECUYER


RAISED FLOOR DETAIL


(4)

(5)

(3)

(1)

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

(2)

FOUNDATION FTG DRAIN @ EXT. WALL, TYP 6” PERFORATED PVC PIPE WITH MIN. 6” DRAIN GRAVEL SURROUNDED BY FILTER FABRIC WITH 12” MIN. OVERLAP. TYP. FOOTING PER STRUCTURAL: 16” THK PAD, 3’-6” WIDE AND 1’ WIDE AT VERTICAL. OVERALL 11 1/2” TALL FOOT. AT LEVELS 1 AND 2 PROVIDE WORDING MAT AS REQ’D DURING WET WEATHER: 4” MIN. CRUSHED ROCK OVER GEOTEXTILE FABRIC. 24” PERIMETER INSULATION (R-10) CONT. BENTONITE WATERSTOP @ COLD JOINT. SLAB PER STRUCTURAL OVER VAPOR BARRIER OVER MIN. 4” SAND & GRAVEL EXPANSION JOINT FILLER DRAINAGE MAT OVER PROTECTION BOARD OVER MEMBRANE WATERPROOFING OVER CIP CONCRETE OVER FURRING AND INSULATION PER WALL TYPE. FILTER FABRIC OVER MIN. 18” FREE DRAINING SAND & GRAVEL. UNDISTURBED SOIL COMPACTED BACKFILL SLOPE PER GEOTECH TERMINATION BAR @ GRADE @ EXPOSED CONC. TYP. REF: 8/A7.8 FOR TYP. DTL @ STONE CLADDING WATERPROOFING @ SOIL NAIL STEP 1: CUT BUTYL SEALANT TAPE INTO 3 1/2” - 4” LONG STRIPS. FOR DOWLS AND BOLTS 3/4” - 1 1/4” DIAMETER, ADJUST LENGTH FOR SMALLER OR LARGER DIAMETER PROJECTIONS. STEP 2: SLIT BUTYL SEALANT TAPE THRU THE MIDDLE 2/3 OR THE LENGTH AS SHOWN, APPX. 2 1/2”. STEP 3: SET BUTYL SEALANT TAPE IN A PRIME COAT OF ADHESIVE APPLIED OVER WATERPROOFING OR PROTECTION BOARD. WORK TAPE AROUND DOWEL OVERLAPPING LEG #2 OVER LEG #1, SHOWN IN STEP 4. STEP 4: AFTER OVERLAPPINIG THE TWO LEGS OF TAPE AROUND PROJECTION, COMPRESS TAPE FIRMLY TO SEAL. NOTE: WHEN WORKING WITH TAPE USE A CAN OF WATER AS SOURCE TO WET FINGERS, SCISSORS, KNIVES, ETC. SUB-SLAB DRAINAGE AT LEVELS 1 AND 2, PROVIDE WORKING MAT AS REQ’D DURING WET WEATHER 4” MIN. CRUSHED ROCK OVER GEOTEXTILE FABRIC. CONCRETE SLAB PER STRUCTURAL OVER VAPOR BARRIER OVER MIN. 4” CRUSHED ROCK. PROVIDE 12” MIN. DRAINAGE LAYER AROUND DRAIN PIPE PER GEOTECHNICAL RECOMMENDATION. 4” PERFORATED PVC DRAIN PIPE, 20’-0” O.C. WRAP WITH FILTER FABRIC. FIRST FLOOR RAISED FLOOR SYSTEM 1’22” ACCESS FLOOR OVER 4” CONC. SLAB ON GRADE WITH T FLOOR FRAMING. ABOVE FLOOR FRAMING 1 1/2” THICK PAVERS, 4” GRAVEL, 4” WORKING MAT. CEILING 1 LEVEL 1 SUSPENDED ACT CEILING, CONCRETE SILL AT STOREFRONT ROOF ASSEMBLY TYPE-1 OVER C.I.P. CONC. SLAB W/ SLOPE PER PLAN; OVER PRECAST CONC. PLANKS W/ SLOPED TOPPING SLAB AT SIM. CONT. WATERPROOFING W/ UNCURED NEOPRENE FLASHING CONTINUE UP AND OVER T.O. CURB. BACKER ROD AND SEALANT EA SIDE. PREFIN ALUM FLASHING. ROOF GARDEN ASSEMBLY. ROOF (TOWARDS CEILING 1) LEVEL 1 CONC. BEAM BYD. GARDEN ROOF ASSEMBLY. RIRE PROTECTION PIPING SLEEVED THROUGH CONC. BEAM AS REQ’D. FIRE PROTECTION PIPING ABOVE BEAM. EXTERNAL WALL 1 LEVEL 1 SITE CAST CONC. FOUNDATION. #5 REBAR @ 16” O.C. 3 HORIZONTAL FIRST FLOOR ABOVE WINDOWS. 20 HORIZONTAL IN FOUNDATION.

KITSAP COUNTY BUILDING: MILLER HULL


FOUNDATIONS 1. FOUNDATION FOR PERIMETER WALL: 36” WIDE x 12” THICK CONTINUOUS SITE CAST CONCRETE STRIP FOOTING WITH 3-#5 REINFORCEMENT BARS. 2. FOUNDATION AT FIREPLACE: 6’ x 6’ x 12” THICK SITE CAST CONCRETE PAD WITH #5 REBAR @ 16” O.C. BOTH DIRECTION. 3. FOUNDATION AT INTERIOR WALL: 26” WIDE x 9” THICK SITE CAST CONCRETE PAD WITH 3 #5 REBAR, CONTINUOUS. WALLS 4. EXTERNAL WALL BELOW GRADE: EXTERIOR COURSING 8” x 8” x 8” C.M.U.s 5. EXTERNAL WALL AT GROUND LEVEL: EXTERNAL COURSING: 8” x 8” x 8” WYTHES WITH BATT INSULATION UP TO 8’3”. ABOVE 12” x 8’ LINTEL WITH 2 #5 REBAR; 2 COURSES OF 8” x 8” x 8” C.M.U.s AND 2” RIGID INSULATION; WEEP HOLES 32” O.C. INTERNAL COURSING: 8” x 16” x 8” C.M.U.s UP TO 8’3”. ABOVE, 12” WIDE x 16” THICK BOND BEAM WITH 4 #5 REBAR, 3/4” BOLT INTO 4” x 6” WOOD AND 8” x 8” x 8” GROUTED CELL. 6. EXTERNAL WALL AT UPPER FLOORS: CAST CONCRETE SILL FINISH FLUSH WITH FINISH ON INTERIOR F.O.M.; 8” x 8” x 8” C.M.U.s. 2- 2 COURSE LINTELS (I- INT, 1- EXT.) EXTEND 8” EACH SIDE OF M.O. TYP. WEEP 32” O.C. TYP. THRU WALL FLASHING, LENGTH OF LINTEL. ON EXTERIOR 6 COURSES 4” x 8” x 8” WYTHES AND 2” RIGID INSULATION. ON INTERIOR 3 COURSES 8” x 8” x 8” GROUTED CELLS; 3/4” BOLTS @ 16” O.C. THRU 8x8 WITH 2x6 LEDGER. 1 LINTEL is 8” WIDE x 8” DEEP WITH 2 #5 REBAR. 3/4” BOLTS @ 16” O.C. THRU 8x8 WITH 3x8 LEDGER. 2 COURSES 8” x 8” x 8” GROUTED CELLS. 7. INTERIOR WALL AT GROUND LEVEL: 2 x 4 STUD FRAME CONSTRUCTION WITH 1/2” GYPSUM BOARD ON EITHER SIDE. FLOORS 8. GROUND FLOOR: 4” COMPACTED SAND FILL, VAPOR BARRIER, 4” SITE CAST CONCRETE SLAB ON GRADE WITH MESH REBAR. 2” x 8” WOOD FLOORING. 9. FIRST FLOOR: 2 x 10 JOISTS SPACED 16” O.C. SPANNING FULL WIDTH OF HOUSE. 2 LAYERS 3/4” PLYWOOD SHEATHING. FIREPLACE 10. 2’-3” x 2’-3” SQUARE ROTATED 45” PERPENDICULAR TO EXTERIOR WALL. 2 EDGES (CLOSEST AND FARTHEST FROM EXTERIOR WALL) ARE BEVELED. 8” x 8” x 4” and 8” x 8” x 8” WYTHES COMBINED ON FIRST COURSE ALTERNATING WITH ONLY 8” x 8” x 8” WYTHES ON SECOND COURSE. TOP COURSE CONSISTS OF TWO 12” x 8” x 8” C.M.U.s. 2 #5 REBAR ON EACH CORNER OF SQUARE PIERS 11. C.M.U. PIER EACH SIDE OF CHIMNEY 2 #5 REBAR IN GROUTED CAVITY WITH 9 QA. 12. WIRE TIES @ 16” O.C. VERTICAL, 5’ x 5’ WITH MESH REBAR. WINDOWS 13. WINDOWS AT GROUND FLOOR (@ FIREPLACE): SITE CAST CONCRETE SILL. 16” BOND BEAM LINTEL. STEEL SASH WINDOWS WITH INSULATED GLASS. SECURE TO MASONRY. SEAL JOINTS. 14. WINDOWS AT SECOND FLOOR (@ FIREPLACE): SITE CAST CONCRETE SILL. 16” BOND BEAM LINTEL. STEEL SASH WINDOWS WITH INSULATED GLASS. SECURE TO MASONRY. SEAL JOINTS. 15. WINDOWS AT SECOND FLOOR: SITE CAST CONCRETE SILL. 16” BOND BEAM LINTEL. STEEL SASH WINDOWS WITH INSULATED GLASS. SECURE TO MASONRY. SEAL JOINTS. 1/2” MULLIONS, 6” HORIZONTAL DIVIDING MULLION ROOF 16. 1/2” GYPSUM BOARD, BATT INSULATION, 2 SPACED 3/4” PLYWOOD, RUBBER MATERIAL FINISH AND SEAL.

CROFFEAD HOUSE: CLARK & MENEFEE ARCHITECTS

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT


OTHER INTERESTS


PROFESSOR: TIMOTHY SCAFFIDI__PROCESSING (PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE)

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PFont myFont; int strokex; float[] x = new float[25]; float[] y = new float[25]; float segLength = 40; void setup() {

background(255);

void keyPressed() {

switch(key)

size(1200, 600);

smooth();

{ case ‘x’: strokex= color(0);

myFont = loadFont(“Verdana-48.vlw”);

textFont(myFont, 16);

strokeWeight(.1); }

break; case ‘w’: strokex= color(255); break; case ‘r’: strokex= color(255,0,0); break; case ‘y’: strokex=

color(255,255,0); break; case ‘b’: strokex= color(0,0,255); break; } } void draw() { stroke(strokex); dragSegment(0, mouseX, mouseY); for(int i=0; i<x.length-1; i++)

dragSegment(i+1, x[i], y[i]);

fill(0); text(“R”, 400, 580); text(“Y”, 440, 580); text(“B”, 480, 580); text(“X”, 520, 580); text(“W”, 560, 580); text(“/”, 600, 580); text(“CLICK TO CLEAR”, 640, 580); } void dragSegment(int i, float xin, float yin) { float dx = xin - x[i]; float dy = yin - y[i]; float angle = atan2(dy, dx); x[i] = xin - cos(angle) * segLength; y[i] = yin - sin(angle) * segLength; segment(x[i], y[i], angle); } void segment(float x, float y, float a) { pushMatrix(); translate(x, y); rotate(a); line(0, 0, segLength, 0); popMatrix(); } void mousePressed(){ setup(); }


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PROFESSOR: BRIAN SCHROEDER__STRATA 3D MODELER AND RENDERER


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PROFESSOR: BRIAN SCHROEDER__STRATA 3D MODELER AND RENDERER


ARCHITECTURE: A COMPOSITION OF RHYTHMS FORMED SPECIFICALLY AS A RESULT OF EVERY FACTOR AND INQUIRY THAT INFLUENCES A DESIGN. RHYTHM CAN BE:

PACED

LIKE A HEART BEAT,

EXPRESSED WITH MORE FREE-FORMED

FOUND IN A

FLUIDITY

WEAVE

, WHERE EVERY

STRAND IS SIMILAR TO EVERY OTHER BUT WILL

NEVER BE IDENTICAL,

PATTERNS OF UNITS THAT

OR

,

CLUSTER

TOGETHER,

ULTIMATELY FORMING A LARGER UNIT,

TUBES

OF SPACE THAT REFLECT UPON

EXISTING CONDITIONS.

ARCHTECTURE CAN EXIST WHEN A DESIGN LENDS ITSELF TO A SPECIFIC CONCEPT AND CAN FUNCTION RHYTHMICALLY IN LIGHT OF THE CONCEPT.


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