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FERNANDO HERRERA WORK SAMPLES PROFESSIONAL:

ARCHI-TECTONICS, EMERGENT

ACADEMIC:

SCI-ARC DESIGN DEVELOPMENT


HOTEL

BOARDWALK

The simultaneous cleaning up and inhabiting of the site immediately brought to mind the notion of a SMART LANDSCAPE. Retaining the pollution, adding healthy soil, introducing storm water retention, and alternative energy through windmills will change this industrial site into a productive landscape. The idea of the hotel on the waterfront, while being integrated in the landscape is further expressed in the continuation of the building massing in the immediate landscape patterns. The landscape is articulated as a set of strips with different textures (grasses, plants, gravel, bushy strips, etc.), this provides a stunning pattern and color shift in the landscape, and contains a split-level private parking, directly accessible from ones own garden. Even more, a practical function lies in the ecological program: water retention, filtering, and storm water management are facilitated by the pattern. The grounds and park also include recreational functions, playgrounds, parking and wind turbines. The landscape concept extends into the buildings in the form of suspended gardens emanating from green roofs, penetrating the public spaces (boardwalk, parks) at opportune moments.

DESIGN:

WINKA DUBBELDAM, FERNANDO HERRERA

PRODUCTION:

FERNANDO HERRERA, TAKANORI MATZUSAKA, MITHILA POOJARI, SINMITA PATEL, WEN GAO

SMART LANDSCAPES


The sustainable approach to the design employs an integrated series of systems as well as a choice of green materials requiring low maintenance, low energy use, high recycled content, and low environmental impact. The Hotel with its recycled cladding is a combination of a high performance terra-cotta rain-screen and an FSC certified natual wood siding. A geothermal heating and cooling system provides an off-the-grid energy source, along with wind turbines and photo-voltaic walls on the south facades. To complement these systems, the buildings’ massing maximizes natual cross-ventilation as well as natural interior day lighting, while the ‘green zones’ provide natural summer shading. The landscape further provides storm water retention gray water and recreation. The hotel’s entrance utilizes the housing’s entrance road and roundabout, thus also activation the Armory as a place of culture. Next to the armory, is the administration building, which will house art galleries on the ground floor and veteran’s meeting rooms gathering space on the second floor. The hotel entrance is on the level of the Armory, which means in the middle floor of the hotel, thus providing great views from Lobby and restaurant.

Armory.

Boardwalk

Pier Kayaking dock

Park


Boardwalk Stone sea wall Seating Lower platform Wetlands

The SITE is situated to fully engage the waterfront setting and views. A new boardwalk negotiates the renovated seawall, at once protecting and creating recreation, it is offset from the wall in a stepped pattern of steps and platforms along the waterfront, to provide a viewing pier, outdoor theatre, kajak landing etc. The staggering, combined with a volumetric shifting of the boardwalk and seawall, results in a ‘special and spatial’ feel that transforms the coast into a series of unique public environments. The boardwalk thus connects the housing, to the armory, to the park, further providing natural shading,, visual pleasure, maximum usability and accessibility.


LEVEL 2: HOTEL + PARKING

LEVEL 3: LOBBY

LEVEL 4


SECTION


SECTION


ARCHITECTONICS STATEN ISLAND HOTEL NATIONAL LIGHTHOUSE HARBOR DESIGN:

WINKA DUBBELDAM, FERNANDO HERRERA

PRODUCTION:

TAKANORI MATZUSAKA, FERNANDO HERRERA, MITHILA POOJARI

The project is a part of a colaborative redevelopment of the Staten Island harbor site that sits on a historic row of preserved buildings. The hotel is designed to hover above one of the preserved buildings using it as the gateway from the street the hotel’s multi level plaza that leads to the hotel’s lobby level. scope of the project calls for an entertainment attraction for Staten Island residents and visitors. It is an attempt to revitalize the ‘forgoten borough’ and make it a destination in the New York City area. The program is a 185 room butique hotel that eatures a gym, spa, pool and a banquate hall. The existing building will house the restaurants and shops as part of the street revitalization. The rooms which average 300sf feature a prefab bay window. The windows across the facade of the hotel rotate in angle to makimize views to the Hudson river. The facade is cladded with zinc diamond shaped panels in a continuation from the roof’s appearance of the existing building but provides a contrast to catalog the programatic change between the hotel and the brick surfaced plaza in the lower levels.


ARCHITECTONICS

YULIN CULTURAL CENTER COMPETITION DESIGN:

DAVE BARR, DANE ZEILER, FERNANDO HERRERA

PRODUCTION:

TAKANORI MATZUSAKA, FERNANDO HERRERA, MITHILA POOJARI, DANE ZEILER


EMERGENT

BUSAN OPERA HOUSE Type:

Opera and Multifunctional Theater

Size:

58,000 m2

Design Team: Tom Wiscombe David Stamatis Robbie Eleazer Mitch Rocheleau Fernando Herrera Jason Orbe-Smith Cindy Lin Klarke Wang

Concept This opera is a synthetic mountain. It stands in stark contrast to the horizontality of the Marine Culture District, and relates to the mountainous topography that bounds and characterizes the city. It can be seen from all over the bay as a strong silhouette. The mountain contains two nested volumes which house the 2,000 seat Opera and the 1,300 seat Multifunctional Theater. The outer shell of the mountain loosely contains these volumes, sometimes fusing with them, sometimes vaulting over them, and sometimes dissolving away to create views and passageways through. Openings in the mountain are positioned towards views of the city and the waterfront. The manifold skin of the mountain varies from razor-thin and rooflike to extremely thick and spatial, where it is packed with public amenities and private support functions. Elevator cores and other circulation elements also inhabit these poché spaces rather than being expressed. The double-layer mass is therefore an organizational device rather than simply a formal expression. The figural apertures in the mountain create deep space, drawing in visitors, and creating high-contrast lighting situations. An intricate pattern of architectural tracery weaves these deep apertures together with a system of windows, or penetrations in the manifold. The effect is one of mysterious irresolution between mass and flatness. The cavernous space inside the mountain operates as a microclimate. It is outdoors but feels enclosed; the ‘roof’ and ‘walls’ of the outer shell create spatial boundary, but also act as a sun shade and wind and rain break. The extreme environmental conditions of Busan’s hot summer days and monsoon rains are mediated to create a comfortable, protected urban space all year long. The mountain sits on top of a plinth. The plinth is not fused with the mountain in order to retain the independence of ground and building-object. It houses support functions such as parking, delivery, staging, storage, and technical rooms.


SCI-ARC DESIGN DEVELOPMENT Designed by Jason Menz (Sci-arc), the project is a multi-use complex that is anchored by a hotel and theatre. Globular shapes define the pubic use and theatre which begin at the bafe infiltrate a ridgid latice of private quarters that defines the hotel. The theme of the design lives in the disparity in the programs and the parrallels made with the deisparity in the formal language. The project in the context of the course was to investigate issues related to the implementation of design: technology, the use of materials, systems integration, and the archetypal analytical strategies of force, order and character. The project required a review of basic and advanced construction methods, analysis of building codes, the design of structural and mechanical systems, the development of building materials and the integration of building components and systems. The intent is to develop a cohesive understanding of how architects communicate complex building systems for the built environment and to demonstrate the ability to document a comprehensive architectural project.


JLLF Inc. ARCHITECTS

722 South Los Angeles Street Los Angeles, CA 90014 PHONE: (213)323-4056 FAX: (213)323-4111

JASON MENZ

Luis Corona, Fernando Herrera, Lindsay Merget 610 South Main Street Los Angeles, CA 90014 PHONE: (213)323-9429 FAX: (213)323-5762

CONSULTANTS

PARKING ENTRANCE

SOUTH SA

EA ST 1

ST ST

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MAIN ENTRY

TE

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PARKING IN

TO PARKING

11 PA ST

DELIVERY

EA

ST

REAR ENTRY

JLLF Inc. ARCHITECTS

PARKING EXIT

722 South Los Angeles Street Los Angeles, CA 90014 PHONE: (213)323-4056 FAX: (213)323-4111

JASON MENZ

Luis Corona, Fernando Herrera, Lindsay Merget 610 South Main Street Los Angeles, CA 90014 PHONE: (213)323-9429 FAX: (213)323-5762

DESIGN DEVELOPMENT ISSUE DECEMBER 5 2011

CONSULTANTS

TO PARKING

OTB

WISCOMBE & BAUMGARTNER 960 EAST 3RD STREET LOS ANGELES, CA 90013

COCOON TOWER

Judge John Aiso Street

OFFICE

DRESSING ROOM

Los Angeles, CA 90013

THEATRE LOBBY

LOUNGE

OTB

LEGEND:

GEFFEN CONTEMPORARY MUSEUM

DESIGN DEVELOPMENT ISSUE OCTOBER 24 2011

CAR CIRCULATION ADA ACCESSIBLE PEDESTRIAN CIRC SITE OUTLINE

JAPANESE AMERICAN MUSEUM

PROJECT:

SITE PLAN 1:1000

2008-10-24

SCALE:

AS SHOWN

DRAWN BY: LM

WISCOMBE & BAUMGARTNER 960 EAST 3RD STREET LOS ANGELES, CA 90013

SHEET NUMBER

1 A-2.0

MUSHROOM TOWER Judge John Aiso Street Los Angeles, CA 90013

DATE:

DECEMBER 5 2011

THEATER PLAN 1/32” = 1’0”

PROJECT: 2008-10-24

SCALE:

AS SHOWN

DRAWN BY: LAM

DATE:

OCTOBER 24 2011

SHEET NUMBER

A-1.1


ARCHITECTS

722 South Los Angeles Street Los Angeles, CA 90014 PHONE: (213)323-4056 FAX: (213)323-4111 Steele Beams+Columns

JASON MENZ

JLLF Inc.

Luis Corona, Fernando Herrera, Lindsay Merget 610 South Main Street Los Angeles, CA 90014

ARCHITECTS

722 South Los Angeles Street Los Angeles, CA 90014

PHONE: (213)323-9429 FAX: (213)323-5762

PHONE: (213)323-4056 FAX: (213)323-4111 Steele Beams+Columns

JASON MENZ

Luis Corona, Fernando Herrera, Lindsay Merget 610 South Main Street Los Angeles, CA 90014

Core (a frame)

PHONE: (213)323-9429 FAX: (213)323-5762

CONSULTANTS

e (a frame) Trusses

CONSULTANTS

Trusses

Bearing Walls

Bearing Walls

Steele Tubes

Steele Tubes

ection Grid

W Section Grid

Trusses

Trusses

DESIGN DEVELOPMENT ISSUE

Bearing Walls

DECEMBER 5 2011

DESIGN DEVELOPMENT ISSUE

Bearing Walls

DECEMBER 5 2011

ss

Truss WISCOMBE & BAUMGARTNER

Steele Core

960 EAST 3RD STREET LOS ANGELES, CA 90013

el Tubes

COCOON TOWER

Judge John Aiso Street Los Angeles, CA 90013

WISCOMBE & BAUMGARTNER

Steele Core

960 EAST 3RD STREET LOS ANGELES, CA 90013

Steel Tubes ring Wall

COCOON TOWER

Judge John Aiso Street Los Angeles, CA 90013

Trusses

Bearing Wall PROJECT:

2008-10-24

Bearing Walls

Trusses

Structural AXO Not to Scale

SCALE:

AS SHOWN

DRAWN BY:

JM

SHEET NUMBER

S-1.0

DATE:

DECEMBER 5 2011

PROJECT:

2008-10-24

Bearing Walls

SCALE:

AS SHOWN

SHEET NUMBER


JLLF JLLF Inc. Inc. ARCHITECTS

JLLF JLLF Inc.Inc.

ARCHITECTS

ARCHITECTS ARCHITECTS

722 South Los Angeles Street 722 South Los Angeles Street Los Angeles, CA 90014 Los Angeles, CA 90014

722 Los South Los Angeles 722 South Angeles Street Street Los Angeles, CA 90014 Los Angeles, CA 90014

PHONE: (213)323-4056 PHONE: (213)323-4056 FAX: (213)323-4111 FAX: (213)323-4111

PHONE: (213)323-4056 PHONE: (213)323-4056 (213)323-4111 FAX: FAX: (213)323-4111

JASON MENZ JASON MENZ Luis Corona, Fernando Herrera, Lindsay Merget

JASONJASON MENZ MENZ

Luis Corona, Fernando Herrera, Lindsay Merget 610 South Main Street 610 South Main Street Los Angeles, CA 90014 Los Angeles, CA 90014

Luis Corona, Fernando Lindsay Merget Luis Corona, Fernando Herrera, Herrera, Lindsay Merget 610Main South Main Street 610 South Street Los Angeles, CA 90014 Los Angeles, CA 90014

LEVEL16 16 LEVEL ROOMSAREA AREA150M2 150M2/ /1615SQF 1615SQF ROOMS OCCUPANCY:146 146 OCCUPANCY:

PHONE: (213)323-9429 PHONE: (213)323-9429 FAX: (213)323-5762 FAX: (213)323-5762

(213)323-9429 PHONE: PHONE: (213)323-9429 FAX: (213)323-5762 FAX: (213)323-5762

LEVEL15 15 LEVEL ROOMSAREA AREA150M2 150M2/ /1615SQF 1615SQF ROOMS OCCUPANCY:146 146 OCCUPANCY: LEVEL14 14 LEVEL ROOMSAREA AREA150M2 150M2/ /1615SQF 1615SQF ROOMS OCCUPANCY:146 146 OCCUPANCY: LEVEL13 13 LEVEL EXHIBITIONAREA AREA150M2 150M2/ / EXHIBITION 1615SQF 1615SQF OCCUPANCY:146 146 OCCUPANCY:

CONSULTANTS CONSULTANTS

CONSULTANTS CONSULTANTS

LEVEL12 12 LEVEL ROOMSAREA AREA150M2 150M2/ /1615SQF 1615SQF ROOMS OCCUPANCY:146 146 OCCUPANCY: LEVEL11 11 LEVEL ROOMSAREA AREA130M2 130M2/ /1400SQF 1400SQF ROOMS OCCUPANCY:127 127 OCCUPANCY: LEVEL10 10 LEVEL ROOMSAREA AREA130M2 130M2/ /1400SQF 1400SQF ROOMS OCCUPANCY:127 127 OCCUPANCY:

TYPICAL FLOOR TYPICAL FLOOR MAX. DISTANCE TOTO EGREES: MAX. DISTANCE EGREES: A. A. 15M B. 30M 15M B. 30M

LEVEL LEVEL99 ROOMS ROOMSAREA AREA150M2 150M2/ /1615SQF 1615SQF OCCUPANCY: OCCUPANCY:146 146

TYPICAL TYPICALFLOOR FLOOR22 MAX. MAX.DISTANCE DISTANCETO TOEGREES: EGREES: A. A.12M 12MB. B.32M 32M

TYPICAL TYPICALFLOOR FLOOR MAX. MAX.DISTANCE DISTANCETO TOEGREES: EGREES: A.A.15M 15MB.B.30M 30M

TYPICAL FLOOR TYPICAL FLOOR 2 2 MAX. DISTANCE TO TO EGREES: MAX. DISTANCE EGREES: A. 12M B. 32M A. 12M B. 32M

UP UP

LEVEL LEVEL88 ROOMS ROOMSAREA AREA150M2 150M2/ /1615SQF 1615SQF OCCUPANCY: OCCUPANCY:146 146

DN DN

18’-0” 18’-0”

ACCESSIBLE PATHWAY

ACCESSIBLE PATHWAY

ACCESSIBLE PATHWAY

LEVEL LEVEL77 ROOMS ROOMSAREA AREA150M2 150M2/ /1615SQF 1615SQF OCCUPANCY: OCCUPANCY:146 146

ACCESSIBLE PATHWAY

ACCESSIBLE PATHWAY ACCESSIBLE PATHWAY

UPUP 9’-0” 9’-0”

LEVEL LEVEL55 ROOMS ROOMSAREA AREA150M2 150M2/ /1615SQF 1615SQF OCCUPANCY: OCCUPANCY:146 146

8’-0” 8’-0”

ADA ADAPARKING PARKING 1/16” 1/16”==1’0” 1’0”

MECH ROOM MECH ROOM

NO NO PARKING PARKING

ADA ADAPARKING PARKINGDETAIL DETAIL 1/8” 1/8”==1’0” 1’0”

DNDN

LEVEL LEVEL66 ROOMS ROOMSAREA AREA150M2 150M2/ /1615SQF 1615SQF OCCUPANCY: OCCUPANCY:146 146

DNDN 3’-0” 3’-0”

5’-0” 5’-0”

UPUP

LEVEL LEVEL44 ROOMS ROOMSAREA AREA200M2 200M2/ /2150SQF 2150SQF OCCUPANCY: OCCUPANCY:195 195

ADA ADAELEVATOR ELEVATORCORE CORE 3/16” 3/16”==1’0” 1’0”

LEVEL LEVEL33 ROOMS ROOMSAREA AREA180M2 180M2/ /1938SQF 1938SQF OCCUPANCY: OCCUPANCY:175 175 LEVEL LEVEL22 ROOMS ROOMSAREA AREA150M2 150M2/ /1615SQF 1615SQF OCCUPANCY: OCCUPANCY:146 146

DESIGN DEVELOPMENT ISSUE DESIGN DEVELOPMENT ISSUE DECEMBER 5 2011 DECEMBER 5 2011

LEVEL LEVEL11 ROOMS ROOMSAREA AREA150M2 150M2/ /1615SQF 1615SQF OCCUPANCY: OCCUPANCY:146 146 LEVEL LEVEL00 BUSINESS BUSINESSAREA AREA200M2 200M2/ / 2150SQF 2150SQF OCCUPANCY: OCCUPANCY:195 195

ADA ADARESTROOM RESTROOM 3/16” 3/16”==1’0” 1’0”

ADA ADARESTROOM RESTROOM 3/16” 3/16”==1’0” 1’0”

DESIGN DESIGNDEVELOPMENT DEVELOPMENT ISSUE ISSUE DECEMBER DECEMBER552011 2011

THEATRE LEVEL ONE THEATRE LEVEL ONE

WISCOMBE & BAUMGARTNER WISCOMBE & BAUMGARTNER 960 EAST 3RD STREET 960 EAST 3RD STREET LOS ANGELES, CA 90013 LOS ANGELES, CA 90013

WISCOMBE WISCOMBE&&BAUMGARTNER BAUMGARTNER 960 960EAST EAST3RD 3RDSTREET STREET LOS LOSANGELES, ANGELES,CA CA90013 90013

THEATRE THEATRELEVEL LEVELONE ONE COCOON TOWER COCOON TOWER

COCOON COCOONTOWER TOWER

Los Angeles, CA 90013 Los Angeles, CA 90013

Los LosAngeles, Angeles,CA CA90013 90013

PROJECT: 2008-10-24PROJECT:

PROJECT: PROJECT:

Judge JohnJohn Aiso Aiso Street Judge Street

2008-10-24

SCALE:

AS SHOWNSCALE: AS SHOWN

DRAWN BY: LC DRAWN BY: LC

AXONOMETRIC AXONOMETRIC

AXONOMETRIC AXONOMETRIC

THEATRE GROUNDFLOOR THEATRE GROUNDFLOOR

DATE:

DECEMBERDATE: 5 2011 DECEMBER 5 2011

SHEET NUMBER SHEET NUMBER

A-3.0 A-3.0

THEATREGROUNDFLOOR GROUNDFLOOR THEATRE

Judge JudgeJohn JohnAiso AisoStreet Street

2008-10-24 2008-10-24

SCALE: SCALE:

ASSHOWN SHOWN AS

DRAWNBY: BY: DRAWN LCLC

DATE: DATE:

DECEMBER552011 2011 DECEMBER

SHEETNUMBER NUMBER SHEET

A-3.1


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A

B

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JLLF Inc.

JLLF Inc.

E

722 South Los Angeles Street Los Angeles, CA 90014

722 South Los Angeles Street Los Angeles, CA 90014

Luis Corona, Fernando Herrera, Lindsay Merget 610 South Main Street Los Angeles, CA 90014 PHONE: (213)323-9429 FAX: (213)323-5762

PHONE: (213)323-9429 FAX: (213)323-5762

1

1

1 6” dia.

6” dia.

HIGHEST POINT

JASON MENZ

EXHAUST

EXHAUST

Luis Corona, Fernan 610 South Main Str

JASON MENZ

Luis Corona, Fernando Herrera, Lindsay Merget Los Angeles, CA 90 610 South Main Street Los Angeles, CA 90014 PHONE: (213)323-9 FAX:

(213)323-5

PHONE: (213)323-9429 FAX: (213)323-5762

HIGHEST POINT

6” dia.

6” dia.

6” dia.

VENTILATION

VENTILATION

+261’-0”

+261’-0”

722 South Los A Los Angeles, CA

PHONE: (213)32 FAX: (213)32

PHONE: (213)323-4056 FAX: (213)323-4111

MECHANICAL ROOM

MECHANICAL ROOM

JASON MENZ

JASON MENZ

Luis Corona, Fernando Herrera, Lindsay Merget 610 South Main Street Los Angeles, CA 90014

ARCHITECT

ARCHITECTS

722 South Los Angeles Street Los Angeles, CA 90014 PHONE: (213)323-4056 FAX: (213)323-4111

PHONE: (213)323-4056 FAX: (213)323-4111

JLLF In

JLLF Inc.

ARCHITECTS

ARCHITECTS

FCU

FCU

+249’-0” LEVEL 15

+249’-0”

FCU

LEVEL 15 CONSULTANTS

6” dia.

+237’-0”

FCU

LEVEL 14

CONSULTANTS

SUPPLY AIR

SUPPLY AIR

CONSULTANTS

CONSULTANTS

+237’-0” LEVEL 14

+225’-0”

RETURN AIR

LEVEL 13

2

2

+225’-0” LEVEL 13

RETURN AIR BATHROOM

+213’-0”

2

LEVEL 12

BATHROOM EXHAUST

+213’-0” LEVEL 12

6” dia.

3

6” dia.

6” dia.

6” dia.

6” dia.

TYPICAL ROOM HVAC DETAIL (MIXED AIR FAN COIL SYSTEM)

6” dia.

3

3 NOT TO SCALE TYPICAL ROOM HVAC DETAIL (MIXED AIR FAN COIL SYSTEM) NOT TO SCALE

see detail above

UP +155’-0”

COCOON LEVEL 2

UP

6” dia.

DN

6” dia.

4

TYPICAL ROOM HVAC DETAIL (MIXED AIR FAN COIL SYSTEM)

NOT TO SCALE

TYPICAL ROOM HVAC DETAIL (MIXED AIR FAN COIL SYSTEM)

NOT TO SCALE

+155’-0”

4

6” dia.

COCOON LEVEL 2

6” dia.

+131’-0”

MECHANICAL ROOM

ia.

see detail above

6” dia.

DN

EXHAUST

6” dia.

COCOON LEVEL 1

4

6” dia.

+117’-0”

+131’-0”

MECHANICAL ROOM

LEVEL 4

COCOON LEVEL 1

+105’-0”

5

5

DN

LEVEL 3

+117’-0” LEVEL 4

+93’-0” LEVEL 2

+105’-0” LEVEL 3

UP

5

DN

+81’-0” LEVEL 1

+93’-0” LEVEL 2

UP

6

6” dia.

6” dia.

6” dia.

6” dia.

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6” dia.

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6” dia. see detail above

DECEMBER

MEZZANINE

DESIGN DEVELOPMENT ISSUE

+60’-0”

DECEMBER 5 2011

see detail above

6

DESIGN D

+60’-0”

LEVEL 1

6

6” dia.

6” dia.

6” dia.

DECEMBER 5 2011 +81’-0”

DESIGN DEVELOPMENT ISSUE

6” dia.

7

DESIGN DEVELOPMENT ISSUE

DECEMBER 5 2011

MEZZANINE

WISCOMBE &

WISCOMBE & BAUMGARTNER

7

960 EAST 3RD LOS ANGELES,

960 EAST 3RD STREET LOS ANGELES, CA 90013

COCOON TOWER

Judge John Aiso Street Los Angeles, CA 90013

COCOON

0’-0”

LEVEL 0

GARAGE VENTILATION

WISCOMBE & BAUMGARTNER

7

960 EAST 3RD STREET LOS ANGELES, CA 90013

AHU

-14’-0”

SUB-STAGE

8

8

COCOON TOWER

Judge John Aiso Street

LEVEL 0

EXHAUST -14’-0”

SUB-STAGE

AHU

Los Angeles, CA

WISCOMBE & BAUMGARTNER 960 EAST 3RD STREET LOS ANGELES, CA 90013

COCOON TOWER

LEGEND: 0’-0”

Los Angeles, CA 90013

AHU

Judge John

GARAGE EXHAUST TO STREET LEVEL

OUTSIDE AIR

-24’-0”

PARKING LEVEL

GARAGE VENTILATION

AHU

AHU

AHU

Judge John Aiso Street

GARAGE EXHAUST TO STREET LEVEL

LEGEND:

Los Angeles, CA 90013

SUPPLY

8

LEGEND:

B

C

D

E

2008-10-24

TYPICAL HVAC FLOOR PLAN - LEVEL 13 1/32” = 1’0”

OUTSIDE AIR

SCALE:

AS SHOWN

DRAWN BY: LM

SUPPLY

EXHAUST

PARKING LEVEL PROJECT:

A

LEGEND:

RETURN -24’-0”

EXHAUST

PROJECT:

SHEET NUMBER

2008-10-24

LONGITUDINAL HVAC SECTION

S-3.0

SCALE:

OUTSIDE AIR AS SHOWN

1/16” = 1’0”

DRAWN BY: LM

DATE: SUPPLY

DATE:

DECEMBER 5 2011

DECEMBER 5 2011

RETURN PROJECT:

B

C

D

E

TYPICAL HVAC FLOOR PLAN - LEVEL 13 1/32” = 1’0”

2008-10-24

SCALE:

AS SHOWN

DRAWN BY: LM

DATE:

DECEMBER 5 2011

RETURN PROJECT:

SHEET NUMBER

S-3.0

2008-10-24

LONGITUDINAL HVAC SECTION

1/16” = 1’0”

SCALE:

AS SHOWN

DRAWN BY: LM

DATE:

DECEMBER 5 2011

SHEET NUMBER

S-3.1


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