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Architecture Portfolio

Selected works

Gaddiel Torres-Pagรกn Design & Architecture


About This document respresents a compilation of different design projects completed in both Academic and Professional escenarios. The work presented reflects the sum of all the training, creative work and experience gathered in my profesional development as an Architect.


WHATEVER GOOD THINGS WE BUILD END UP BUILDING US. JIM ROHN


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Intro Resume Firts Steps

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ACADEMIC WORKS

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EXPLORATION BY DISSECTION ECOLOGY + PROTECTED BUILDING X -RAY SIMBIOTIC MUTUALISM SILENT RESOURCE URBAN SYNERGIES AUTOGESTIÓN TÁCTICA (FINAL YEAR PROJECT)

At the Office PROFESSIONAL WORKS

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LEARNING COMMONS AT UPR ARECIBO (54-55) RAFAEL SANTA ISABEL WATERFRONT RAFAEL HERNANDEZ COLÓN LIBRARY FOUNDATION (FBRHC)


ABOUT ME Gaddiel Torres-Pagán, Assoc AIA Intern Architect at Schizzo.Design. Architecture

1844 W CHAPEL DR DELTONA, FL 32738 787 - 249 - 2655 tpgaddiel.arch@gmail.com tpgaddiel@outlook.com Skype: Gaddiel TP

Intent:

To pursue excellence and be sensitive in design, aproaching logic and rigorous decisions in architectural concepts. To be respectful with my colleagues and be strategic in teamwork.

Education:

Work Experience:

Pontifical Catholic University of Puerto Rico Ponce Campus (PUCPR) Bachelor of Architecture (NAAB B.Arch) Minor in Sustainability Design and technologies 2009-2015

University of Puerto Rico | Ponce Campus (UPRP) Associate degree in Civil Engineering Technology 2006-2009

Acknowledgments: •

PUCPR Dean’s List 2009

UPR Ponce Engineering MSEIP Proposal prospect

UPR Ponce Honor Awards. May 2008

ARMY JROTC Leadership Reaction Course Attendee June 2005

Affiliations: •

Colegio de Arquitectos y Arquitectos Paisajistas de Puerto Rico (Puerto Rico’s Architecture professional association) Member, 2016

American Institute of Architects, Associate Member, 2016

AIAS American Institute of Architecture Students Member, 2012-2013

MAS+ Movimiento Arquitectura Social Social architecture movement Student Association - Member 2011-2012

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Schizzo.Design.Architecture 2014 - Present Ponce, PR Intern Architect Architecture Design Firm Atelier 66 PSC 2013 - 2014 Ponce, PR Student Intern Architect Architecture Design Firm Pontifical Catholic University of Puerto Rico 2010 – 2013 Ponce, PR School of Architecture Library, Media and Fabrication Laboratory auxiliary Federal Work – Study Program (FWS) Merca Parra Residential Developer 2009 - Ponce, PR Architectural Drafter University of Puerto Rico | Ponce Campus 2008 – 2009 Ponce,PR College clerical assistant Federal Work – Study Program (FWS) Engineering MSEIP Proposal

Research Experience: •

Minority Science and Engineering Improvement Program (MSEIP Proposal) University of Puerto Rico at Ponce, Title V Project, 2008-2009 United States Department of Education, Resource Research in technology for Civil Engineering Education Antonio Zaragoza P.E., Mentor


Activities:

Workshops:

Software & Skills:

Proficient (*) and Basic Understanding

Remote work with Marshall Moya Design in collaboration with Schizzo.design.architecture, 2017

AIA Conferrnce on Architecture A’17 Orlando, Florida. Attendee

Rafael Hernandez Colón Library Foundation Museum exhibition showcase assembly 2014

Federation of Caribbean Association of Architects • (FCAA) and CAA 5th Congress and GAM The Caribbean at the dawn of a decade Prototyping New Logistics of Architectural • Production and Interconnectivity Event attendant 2010 •

Interests:

Autodesk Revit Basic Worshop Course CAAPPR, 2017

Adobe Creative Suite: Photoshop*, Ilustrator*, InDesign

Autodesk Suite: Revit*, AutoCad*, Formit, Ecotect Analysis

3D Modeling & Rendering Tools: Rhinoceros*, Sketchup*, Lumion Pro*, Cinema4D

Without a Trace, 1st Edition PUCPR Design Competition 2014

GIS: ArcGIS

Casa Pueblo Organization Bosque del Pueblo - Adjuntas, PR Community self-management project Masterplan proposal workshop 2014

Office Suites: Word*, Excel, Keynote* & Powerpoint*

Project Management: Procore

Fabrication: Universal Laser Systems Products, Digital Fabrication Equipment, Hand Tools and techniques

MALI’s New Contemporary Art Wing The Lima Art Museum (MALI) Design Competition, Lima, Peru 2016 County Theater Expansion Project - 2016 Design Competition - Doylestown, Pennsylvania Visualizing Architecture Lecture speaker at UPR Ponce - 2015

DISUR,Inc. Proyecto 127.2 Brownfield recovery project workshop Ponce - Guayanilla - Peñuelas, PR EPA funded project 2013

Cinema and Photography

Sports and Travel

Culinary Arts

Industrial Design

Lenguages:

Graphic Design

Spanish (Native)

Architecture Community Service

English (Proficient)

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IRST STEPS ACADEMIC WORKS


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11 EXPLORATION BY DISSECTION Botany as inspiring element of form and space Architectural Design Fundamentals I & II Design Studio 101 & 102 Year 2009-2010 Ponce, PR


A1 EXPLORATION BY DISSECTION

We were assigned some plants from the collection of the botanist AgustĂ­n Stahl. These were dissected to know their structure and components. Among the factors that were considered was the time it took to wither and the elasticity that was lost while it was examined. The objective was to document the behavior of these plants in order to discover new expressions of form and textures as well as spaces that these specimens could form.


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A1

SCENIC PROTAGONIST VS SCENIC SPECTATOR

As the beginning of this second exercise, we studied five films: “Abre los Ojos”, “Vertigo”, “Eternal Sun of the Immaculate Mind”, “Gataca” and “Ciudad Oscura”. We were divided into groups of three, in order to study the content of the film.


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Once the film was analyzed, each group elaborated a concept that best describes the content, sequence, and impressions of the film. This concept served as an inspiring and generating source of furniture for the film. In this exercise, we study the scale, the constructive material and the human ergonomics as entities that define the form, together with the generated concept, and how its fusion forms the architectural object.


A2


17 ECOLOGY + PROTECTED New alternatives for Eco-Tourism Analitical Design Studio II Design Studio 202 Year 2010-2011 Caja de Muertos Island Natural Reserve Ponce, PR Program: Research, Socio-cultural, Ecology


A2 ECOLOGY + PROTECTED


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Caja de Muertos Island Natural Reserve Program aimed at defining the aspects physical, chemical and biological estuaries, the processes in arecifes, climatic trends and the examination of sourcesof land pollution. Educational programs for K-12 include field activities,Summer camps and workshops for middle school teachers of all the island. Collaborative tourism: Volunteers to assist biologists already established. It is based on creating accommodation for these invited groups.


A3


21 BUILDING X-RAY: A mixed-use building for the Ponce School of Medicine

Experimental Design Studio I: Building Technology and Sustainability Design Studio 301 Year 2011-2012 The Ponce School of Medicine Program: Research, Institutional


A3

The Ponce School of Medicine is interested in developing new facilities that will help the institution in fulfilling its mission to provide high-quality education, research, and health services in medicine, biological sciences, clinical psychology, public health, and other healthcare fields. The proposed project shall also provide the institution with the right image to attain its vision to be recognized as a prestigious academic center and a high-quality health sciences university.

BUILDING X-RAY:

SITE PLAN

KITCHEN

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CAFETERIA

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CAMPUS STORE


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STUDENT RESIDENCE


STUDENT RESIDENCE LOBBY

LIBRARY CAFETERIA

STUDENT LOUNGE GYM ADM.

1st Floor - Main Lobby

ADM.

2nd Floor - Studio Apartments


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27 SYMBIOTIC MUTUALISM Architecture and Structure Experimental Design Studio II: Structural Framework and assemblages Design Studio 302 Year 2012-2013 Ponce, PR Program: Socio-cultural, Urban development


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SYMBIOTIC MUTUALISM

As part of this Experimental Design course focused on structures, we will be studying structures as one of the components of the project design. The objective of this exercise is to understand the importance of the form of the structure in the conception of the architectural space. In this type of concrete structures of great light, it is fundamental to take in consideration the formal design of that structural and spatial envelope. It is necessary to ensure that it is feasible and to incorporate the structures or elements carriers of the spatial envelope within the conceptual narrative of the architectural project. The understanding of the tectonic and structural capacities of Concrete within the architectural project is another of the objectives of the exercise. For this exercise, we were asked to develop a public complex of sports equipment, which will house as a main programmatic element an indoor pool. It is within the context of the urban area of Ponce.


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The waves in the water indicate a rhythm and direction in the contained space, st from the shortest form to the most expa Using this concept, I give the Catenary (the concrete roof element) the sensatio of movement, at the same time keeping geometry and strength.


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Regarding the climatic condition of the project, the pool should work with cross ventilation, Priority was given to the use of passive technology in the project. Support areas of the program will be supported by mechanical systems. East Elevation

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33 SILENT RESOURCE Re-valorizing the water of our lands Contextual Design Studio I: Landscape, ecology and environment Design Studio 401 Year 2013-2014 Adjuntas PR Program: Socio-cultural, Landscape


A5 RE-VALORIZING THE WATER The fog in the Bosque del Pueblo, in Adjuntas,PR provides a series of design opportunities for those who contemplate it. Its scale is ideal to create a conservation program aimed at the education of all its elements

Condicionantes de ubicación de la propuesta:

Áreas urbanizadas vs. áreas de potencial económico y agricola

CONDICIONES DEL SITIO A CONSIDERAR: PROMEDIO ANUAL

MAYOR PRECIPITACIÓN PRECIPITACIÓN ANUAL (IN) 95-100

70-75

65-70

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BUENA CALIDAD DE VIENTO VELOCIDAD Y DIRECCIÓN DEL VIENTO (KS) 20

Factores de residencias cercanas que pueden representar una amenaza a la calidad del agua y otros recursos del area

AGRICULTURA

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TEMPERATURAS ADECUADAS TEMPERATURA (F o) 76

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Relación de puntos de interes:

Lugares donde el sistema económico de Casa Pueblo se integra

CASA PUEBLO Pieza principal del sistema económico de la región

Factores de economia local mas importantes:

El agua y la niebla como instrumento de adquisicion del recurso

CONDICIONES EN EL BOSQUE TRES PICACHOS

FASE 1: Selección del lugar de intervención mas óptimo BOSQUE DEL PUEBLO

CONDICIONES EN EL BOSQUE GUILARTE

BOSQUES

BOSQUE ESCUELA LA OLIMPIA

RESERVAS FORESTALES

PASTIZALES

FASE 2: Intervención en similares condiciones Bosque estatal de Toro Negro


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EL ATRAPANIEBLAS COMO ELEMENTO ESCENICO

Christo and Jeanne-Claude precedente

FOG CATCHER ATRAPANIEBLAS

ADAPTACIÓN DE INSTALACION PARA ADQUISION RECURSO INSTALLATION FOR ACQUISITION OF THE DEL RESOURCE

As a design piece, I use the fog • Retención y aprovechamiento del agua en areas remotas del recorrido • Crear reservas para fuentes a lo largo del recorrido catcher concept, commonly • Evitar tener una infraestructura principal que nutre a las demas areas programaticas y asi limitar o eliminar el uso de desert tuberias y conectores. seen in the Atacama in • Enfatizar el potencial de la zona y reforzar la conservación Chile in order to capture water y protección de los cuerpos de agua. • Promover la idea del ARTISAN WATER. for irrigation purposes. In this proposal, this concept is adapted DIAGRAMAS to be a landscaping manifesto in order to make a tourist landmark. These fog catchers, in this case, will be used to collect water for marketing purposes creating a self-sustaining system. These waters are currently recognized by several studies as the most pristine of the country, so it is possible to consume and market them. PROPÓSITO DEL ATRAPANIEBLAS:

TIPOLOGÍAS PARA IMPLEMENTACIÓN DE ATRAPANIEBLAS

Datos:

Precedente: FIJI ARTESIAN WATER

• Clima templado en alturas mayor de 2000ft • Temperatura Promedio 67°F • Temperaturas 20°F mas bajas que en la ciudad de San Juan. • Se registran temperaturas en invierno entre 40°F y 50°F • Humedad relativa promedio anual: 85%

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PROPOSALS FLORA EN AMENAZA

- TECTARIA ESTREMERANA - POLYSTICHUM CALDERONENSE - ENDEMIC

CIRCULATION EVENTS THAT INFLUENCE THE SITE OPTION OF LARGE SCALE EVENTS LIKE MARATHONS AND LOW IMPACT COMPETITIONS LIKE BIKES BICYCLES FREQUENT USER

NEW STRUCTURES PAVILLION INSTALLATION: - RESEARCH RESOURCE - HISTORICAL RESOURCE EXTENSION OF SHELTERS AND RESTPOINTS IN THE ROUTE AS WELL AS NEW SCENERY POINTS

HABITAT RESTORATION OCCUPY ZONES TO PROMOTE THE DEVELOPMENT OF FLORA IN DANGER OF EXTINCTION

- GROWS ON RAINFOREST AROUND THE CENTRAL MOUNTAIN RANGE, SPECIALLY ON GUILATE FOREST AND MOUNTAINS AROUND PEÑUELAS - MAIN THREAT DESTRUCTION AND DETERIORATION OF ITS MAIN HABITAT SOURCE: USFWS & DRNA PR

The framework of physical development, with its social, cultural and physical factors, which encompass the region, responded to the idea of how this reserve can serve both as a research component and as a recreational component in the same period of operation and time.


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39 URBAN SYNERGIES Reforms to existing use Contextual Design Studio II: Urban Scapes and Comunities Development Design Studio 402 Year 2014-2015 Santurce, PR Program: Socio-cultural, Urban development


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URBAN SYNERGIES

This proposal seeks to increase the added value of existing properties through public space. The goal, create a symbiosis of art, recreation and work in one plane. It is vital to know the inventory of amenities that delineate the Ponce de Leon avenues so that this district is nourished by economy. As a measure to reinforce the other proposals, it is necessary an urban intervention that enhances the activities located in the current urban context, such as the artistic expressions that we see today and the numerous companies that are increasingly recognizing this place as the most appropriate. The sidewalk is the protagonist of this reform, where it is demanded to expand the potential space that the first floor of a series of buildings can have. Making this a new city panorama, where the pedestrian feels more comfortable for the place where he transits and consecrates. Having more opportunities of places of sale, galleries and better work environments. As an urban strategy, setback provides the artery for recovery of that potential public space as well as providing a new perspective of mixed use.


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43 AUTOGESTIÓN TÁCTICA TACTICAL SELF-MANAGEMENT Maximizing the resources of the educational structure Development Design Studio 420 Final year project Year 2014-2015 Rincón, PR Program: Socio-cultural, Institutional


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AUTOGESTIÓN TACTICA

The public educational space in our country, as we know it today, restricts everyday life and the motives of the neighborhood and economic community that surrounds it. In a strategy to provide that these links are represented in a simple way to its users, it is necessary to reformulate the architectural dispositions to carry this end.

RINCÓN: BO. ENSENADA

PUERTO RICO 70

miles km

FACTORS TO BE ANALIZED

THE SAFETY AND COMMUNITY ISSUE GENERAL CONDITIONS OF PUBLIC SCHOOLS IN PR

SCHEDULES

SECURITY

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WHAT IS OFFERED?

OPORTUNITIES

ARTISANAL WORKMANSHIP

SURFING AND OTHER SPORTS


SANDY BEACH POOLS AREA DE APAREAMIENTO Y LACTANCIA DE BALLENAS

RINCON | PR

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NATURAL ENVIRONMENTS

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LOCAL CHARACTERISTICS:

RUTA ESCENICA PR - 413

MARIAS DOGMAN’S RESERVA NATURAL TRES PALMAS TRES PALMAS

FILÓN CORALINO CUERNO DE ARCE

COMMUNITY SPONSORS AND KEY PLAYERS On the way to Rincón PR, a place with a special emphasis on tourism and landscape, one often sees the appreciation of the sea and its assets that make it up. The community is strong and its youth has a presence. School identity, on the other hand, does not react to the variants of this place. The school is maintained with the same general vocabulary as the department that governs them. Therefore, based on this deficiency, a proposal from a more regionalized school that looks at the interests of this region is presented.

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VILLA PESQUERA

RINCÓN | PR : EXPOSICIÓN COMUNITARIA EXISTENTE

RINCÓN | PR : SCHOOL IN ITS REGION SITE CONDITIONS

CHARACTERISTICS OF THE PLACE

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BUILDING ENVELOPE STRATEGY:

GRC - Glass Reinforced Concrete | Concrete Cladding

MONTREAL CASINO

MENKES-SHOONER-DAGENAIS


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PLANES AND PERGOLAS LANGUAGE

THE MAPLE HORN REEF PREDOMINANT NATURAL RESOURCE IN THE AREA

n.t.t - 20’-6”

2da baranda

+1 n.p.t - 10’- 6”

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As an object of design, I found an endemic organism in this area. The maple horn reef, a species that live in the waters near Rincon, which is studied and protected in the country’s first marine reserve. The structure of this organism was studied and conceptualized so that it could be identified as a façade element throughout the structure. Its shape and appearance allowed, in the development of design, to achieve different types of morphologies such as pergolas and different types of enclosures, which try to give a unique harmony and identity to the rest of the built landscape.

42” baranda 48” 0 n.p.t


PAPAPET DETAIL

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9 EXINSTING CONCRETE ROOF SLAB & BEAM 10 ATTACHED GRC PANEL 2" (LIGHTWEIGHT CONCRETE) 11 PROPOSED CONTRETE SLAB 12 NEOPRENE BEARING STRIP 13 EXPANSION BOLTS THROUGH SLOTTED HOLE IN SUPPORTING STEEL ANGLE 14 CORBEL PROVIDES REQUIRED BEARING AREA

N.P.T. 1 : 0'-0"

15 PLYCEM CEILING / TRIM COVERING 21"

N.PATIO : - 1 - 9"

WALL SECTION RAMP LEVEL

ESC. 34" = 1'0"

BEAM CONNECTION DETAIL SCALE.1-1/2" = 1'0"

PARAPET DETAIL

BASE CONNECTION DETAIL

SCALE.1-1/2" = 1'0"

SCALE.1-1/2" = 1'0"

STEEL ANGLE ANCHORED TO PANEL & BEAM

A

STAINLESS STEEL 3 DOVELS 16 "

STAINLESS STEEL 3 BRACE 16 "

STEEL ANGLE ANCHORED TO PANEL & COLUMN

PUSH-PULL CONNECTION

A

FLASHING

REINFORCED CONCRETE BEAM

STAINLESS STEEL 3 DOVELS 16 "

GRC PANEL 2" (LIGHTWEIGHT CONCRETE)

3 " NUT RECESSED 16 CONNECTION

RECESSED CONNECTION

GRC PANEL 2" (LIGHTWEIGHT CONCRETE)

GRC PANEL 2" (LIGHTWEIGHT CONCRETE) STEEL ROD STAINLESS STEEL BRACE GUTTER 1/8"


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UNIVERSITY OF PUERTO RICO ARECIBO CAMPUS New Learning Commons

Substantial Completion: 11-29-17 Client: University of Puerto Rico Project Architect: Ligia M. Saldaña Martorell, AIA Schizzo.design.architecture


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61 As part of the efforts of the University of Puerto Rico to modernize its facilities, a proposal is presented to allow students to a new university environment that encourages the use of technology in a more effective socio-educational way. Achieved under the allocation of federal funds within the same university, its budget reached the design, for both the building and its plaza and common areas. The designer’s goal was to connect new areas outside the existing library that were underutilized without having to add new floors to this structure. The area in front of the library was found ideal as it answers to the topography of the place and interconnects the two most important key points of the site, which are the student center and the library itself.


The program is based on collaborative spaces that nurture the teaching and comfort of the student, which allows a new meeting place. It seeks to facilitate meetings for work and that its users have a better presence. A crucial issue was the connection of the existing library with the new project. A connector was requested to tie the existing library with the new building but this eventually became a pergola that tied the pieces in context. Part of the strategy in the floor pattern was achieved by exchanging the colors of the university. The new structure is identified with the existing ones.

B 20'-0"

6"

8'-0"

20'-0"

20'-0" 11'-6" 6'-4"

1'-0"

7'-8"

102 I A

4" 4'-0"

T

30

T

G 20'-0"

4

8'-0"

4'-2"

sheet

8

33

34

35

1

36

50.16 NPT

6

T

9

T

10

A-412

30

11

2

10'-9"

FOR BUILT IN FURNISHING DETAILS REFER TO SHEET A410

9'-73 4"

3"

6"

19'-9"

20'-0"

19'-9"

3"

3"

6" 15'-5"

4'-4"

15'-5"

4'-4"

3" 3"

REFER TO SHEET A310

5'-6"

4'-0"

T

3"

10'-3"

19'-9"

6"

A

issues/rev

20'-3" 49.44 NPT (SIDEWALK)

6"

002- COLLABORATION CORNER

44

stamp

103 I A

7

4"

2'-103 4"

50.06 NPT

6'-4"

F 20'-0"

6"

2 A-210

9", TYP.

11'-6"

1'-0"

4'-2"

4'-0" typ.

8"

E

D

C

20'-0"

20'-0"

A

A

3'-10"

4'-0" 3'-2" 6"

3'-4"

37 13

3'-3"

4"

3'-2"

3'-0"

5'-10"

3" 104 I A 38 50.16 NPT

50.11 NPT

20'-0"

3"

6'-4"

12'-0"

1'-10"

12'-8"

6"

27'-0"

007- LINGUISTICS LABORATORY

2 12

111 II A

A-412

50.16 NPT

A

A-430

50.06 NPT

T

8"

1

A-210

006- CYBER CAFE

6"

101 I A

6'-4"

6'-4"

12'-8"

1 A-412

A-210

EQ. EQ. EQ. EQ. 49.30 NPT (SIDEWALK)

31

016- WOMEN BATHROOMS

009- MULTIMEDIA ROOM

013- MECHANICAL ROOM

32

106 V A

1

21

A-430

12'-7"

2

50.11 NPT

4'-0"

108 II A

A

6'-10"

6"

3'-2"

4"

1'-10"

014- STORAGE ROOM

15'-6"

3'-2"

A-430

30

5'-10"

9'-4"

A

A-430

7'-0"

4'-11"

3'-4"

7'-2"

6" 1'-8"

7'-3"

51.13 NPT (TOP OF GUARDRAIL)

3

7'-3"

015- JANITOR

6'-2"

6"

8'-6"

1'-8"

107 II A

110 III A

2'-3"

A

001- FRONT DESK 6'-4"

010- INFORMATION SERVICES CENTER

4'-0"

50.61 NPT (TOP OF SMALL PLANTERS)

3"

49.50 NPT (SIDEWALK)

109 III A

3"

9'-3"

010- INFORMATION SERVICES CENTER

A-430

16'-2"

3'-4" 6"

6'-5"

6'-5"

3'-4" 3"

3" 6"

5'-6"

4'-0"

10'-9"

3'-10"

10'-3"

19'-9" 3"

004- MULTIMEDIA PODS

4

T

A-412

18

119 II A

16

T

T

17

2 A210

50.08 NPT

48.23 NPT

4"

48.49 NPT

51.13 NPT (TOP OF GUARDRAIL)

48.50 NPT (SIDEWALK)

4'-9"

22

15'-0"

48.13 NPT (SIDEWALK)

15'-8" 30'-8"

C.I.S I.D.

EXISTING WALLS TO BE DEMOLISHED (REFER TO DEMOLITION NOTES) CONCRETE WALLS

TYPE HW SET

DOOR TAG

SECTION TAG

A

WALL SECTION TAG

A

DETAIL TAG

A-100 CP

BLOCK WALLS

CHECK IN SITE

A

A-100

A-100

10'- 0"

sheet title

110'-3"

50.31 NPT (TYP.TOP OF PLANTER WALL)

4"

48.70 NPT (SIDEWALK)

owner

10'-0"

48.82 NPT (SIDEWALK)

10"

6"

48.90 NPT (SIDEWALK)

LEGEND:

4 105 IV A

8'-9"

10'-0"

012 A- ELECTRICAL ROOM (BELOW)

PLANTING AREA

FLOOR PLAN scale as indicated

3" 3'-4" 6"

011- COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT ROOM

20'-0"

3"

19

0"

0'-

R1

19'-9" 3"

113 III A

project

48.96 NPT (SIDEWALK)

002- COLLABORATION CORNER

T

3

7'-10" 114 III A

10'-9"

15'-23 4"

19'-9"

50.31 NPT (TYP.TOP OF PLANTER WALL)

115 V A

3"

3"

006A- CYBER CAFE TERRACE

T

6"

116 V B

117 V A

3'-4" 6"

118 V A

112 II A

6"

9'-3"

50.31 NPT (TYP.TOP OF PLANTER WALL)

2'-0"

50.61 NPT (TOP OF SMALL PLANTERS)

3'-2"

A-430

012- ELECTRICAL ROOM

57'-5"

A

T 48.98 NPT (SIDEWALK)

15

2'-3"

016- MENS BATHROOMS

3'-10"

3'-0"

A-430

003- COLLABORATION CONFERENCE ROOM

13'-11"

008- CONFERENCE ROOM

A

3'-2"

6"

39 14

20

7'-2"

6" 3'-2"

3"

003A- COLLABORATION CONFERENCE ROOM

30

6'-10"

1

4'-11"

3'-2"

A-430


63

1

1

3

2

3

2

4

4 F.R.L: 15''- 3"

ADD 1

F.R.L: 15''- 3"

PILKINGTON Solar-ETM Blue-Green NON - COATED SIDE

sheet

FOR PANEL ASSEMBLY REFER TO SHEET A-221

PILKINGTON Solar-ETM ARTIC BLUE NON - COATED SIDE

16'-0"

stamp

PILKINGTON Solar-ETM CLEAR COATED (FROSTED) 1 2" CLEAR TEMPERED GLASS (FRAMELESS DOORS AND SIDELITES)

8'-6"

TIMBER FORMWORK CONCRETE FINISH SEE NOTE A (A-200)

3'-6"

POLISHED CONCRETE

CURB: 6"

3"

F.F.L: 0'-0"

4'-0"

F.F.L: 0'-0"

WALL REVEAL PROFILE

POLISHED CONCRETE

A.1 WEST ELEVATION

A-200

1"

CURB: 6"

TIMBER FORMWORK CONCRETE FINISH SEE NOTE A (A-200) SIDEWALK LEVEL : -4'-2"

scale: 3/16"=1'-0"

issues/rev

POLISHED CONCRETE

SIDEWALK LEVEL : -4'-2"

TIMBER FORMWORK CONCRETE FINISH

3

4

1

2

F.R.L: 15''- 3"

1

2

3

PILKINGTON Solar-ETM Blue-Green NON - COATED SIDE

4

PILKINGTON Solar-ETM ARTIC BLUE NON - COATED SIDE

F.R.L: 15''- 3"

2'-6"

PILKINGTON Solar-ETM CLEAR COATED (FROSTED)

4'-0"

4" X4" 2"x4"

4"x4" PIVOTING HEADER

1 2" CLEAR TEMPERED GLASS (FRAMELESS DOORS AND SIDELITES)

4"x4" PIVOTING HEADER CURB: 6"

2'-0"

4'-0"

F.F.L: 0'-0"

CURB: 6"

B.1 EAST ELEVATION

1'-6"

F.F.L: 0'-0"

A-200

SIDEWALK LEVEL : -6'- 3"

scale: 3/16"=1'-0"

G

SIDEWALK LEVEL : -4'-2"

F

E

D

4

F.R.L: 15''- 3"

3

2

PILKINGTON 1 Solar-ETM Blue-Green NON - COATED SIDE

PILKINGTON Solar-ETM CLEAR COATED (FROSTED)

PILKINGTON Solar-ETM ARTIC BLUE NON - COATED SIDE

1 2" CLEAR TEMPERED GLASS (FRAMELESS DOORS AND SIDELITES)

16'-0"

FOR PANEL ASSEMBLY REFER TO SHEET A-222

F.F.L: 0'- 0"

CURB: 6"

TIMBER FORMWORK CONCRETE FINISH

LEVATIONS

F.R.L: 15''- 3"

C

B

A


My participation in this project was the design of several components such as the pergola, the panels of the envelope and other elements inside and outside the structure. A key part of the design was the incorporation of perforated aluminum panels around the entire structure that give a dimmer light effect and associated the “digital� concept to the entire complex. Different pieces of furniture were designed, such as the reception and others that allow storage and exhibition.


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D

C

6" STEEL STUD FRAMING 20 G @ 16" O.C. MAX TYP.

4" 6"

A.F.F: 8'-6"

5'-0"

L5C

L5B

CURVED TRACK

1'-53 4"

3'-4"

L1

1'-4"

3'-33 4" 214"

8"

CURVED TRACK

5/8" THK, PROPIETARY TYPE X GYPSUM BOARD TYP. FOR ALL CEILING AND CEILING FASCIAS

L5B G.B. WALL (PROPOSED)

L5C

SOFFIT CEILING @8'-0" AFF IN COORDINATION WITH INFORMATION DESK

6'-10"

3'-6"

8'-6"

ALTERNATE

F.F.L: 0'-0"

F.F.L: 0'-0"

UNIVERSITY OF PUERTO RICO

UPRA-LC-DA-14-II-2017 D.1

43 4"

BRACING AS REQUIRED

CURVED TRACK

1'-114"

A.F.F: 8'-6"

L1

4'-4"

1'-03 4"

RECEPTION DESK: 10'-0"

43 4 " 1'-6"

RECEPTION DESK: 10'-0"

2'-43 4"

2'-0"

PLENUM SLOT DIFFUSER

3'-6"

6" CHANNEL

8'-6"

10"

CEILING TRIM

PLENUM: 12'-0"

WALL SECTION DETAIL D.1

214"

1'-6"

PLENUM: 12'-0"

TO BOTTON OF STRUCTURE

6"

TO BOTTON OF STRUCTURE

1'-114"

RECEPTION DESK PROPOSED

8'-6"

E


4"x4" top steel header

℄ DETAIL 1 TOP

1"x1" Hot Dip Galvanized tubular frame

DETAIL 2

DETAIL 2 BOTTOM

BOTTOM panel frame 1"x1" chord

Existing concrete curb

1 2" steel rod 1 8" steel plate 3 16" mounting

4"

holes

1"

0"

6"

5"

Drive on concrete curb

2'-

8"

7'-6"

3" gap

7'-3"

TOP panel frame 1"x1" chord

12" Cane Bolt DETAIL 3

2"

Pivot plate

6"

1 8"

4"X4" Steel header

DETAIL 1

PIVOT PLATE DETAIL SCALE 3"=1'-0"

1 2"

1-1/2"

1 2"


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ATTACHED TO W12X14 BEAM

REFER TO DETAIL A A-06

L6X4X1/4"

2X4X81" ST TUBE @48"C.C.

1"X1" ST TUBE

2X2X81" ST TUBE @48"C.C.

5 8"

PLYCEM FIBER CEMENT BOARD PANEL

2'-6"

REFER TO DETAIL A-03

C8X11.5

ALUMINUM PANEL 18" THK

3'-0"

REFER TO DETAIL A-05

1'-6"

F.R.L: 15'-3"

2x2xD1875 ANGLE

2"X4" ST TUBE 2"X4" ST TUBE

C1

W12X14

A

A-02

4"

HSS6.625ØX0.280 ATTACH TO W12X14

2"

CURTAIN WALL

JAMB ANCHORING LOCATION

4"X6"xD3125 ANGLE EXTEND GB CEILING TO ANGLE EDGE

1-1/2" FURRING CHANNEL

5 8" THK, PROPIETARY TYPE X GYPSUM BOARD TYP. FOR ALL CEILING AND CEILING FASCIAS

4'-0"

2'-9"

CONTINUOUS CLEAR ANODIZED ANGULAR FLASHING 1" x1 1/2" x 1/16" THK

ENTRANCE PORTICO

2'-0"

HSS6.625ØX0.280 ATTACHED TO PORTICO

16'-0"

A

2'-0" 3"

2'-0"

812"

UNIVERSITY OF PUERTO RICO

112"

6" 2"

WEED DETERRENT BARRIER TERRATOP WC

3'-6"

F.F.L.

6"

9"

DRAIN 2" WIDE CURB CUT, TYP. WHERE INDICATED

2"

F.F.L: 0'-0"

PEBBLE GRAVEL RIVER STONE AT LEAST 6" ABOVE GROUND LEVEL

6"

ATTACH TO STEEL COLUMN

3'-1" 2'-0"

1"

3"

WALL REVEAL PROFILE

2'-0"

SUNSHADES TO BE ATTACHED TO CONCRETE PORTICO

2'-0"

8'-6"

10'-0"

4'-0"

12'-5"

2'-0"

A-03

8"

WALL SECTION DETAIL A


PLAZA ENTRANCE RAILING DETAIL SCALE 3/4" = 1'-0"

1'-0"

ALIGN CENTER

1'-0"

6"

6"

6"

ALL MATERIAL STAINLESS STEEL 306 U.O.N.

SCALE 3/4" = 1'-0"

1'-0"

HAND RAILINGS 113.74

P.

TY

4"

UPRA-LC-DA-28-VI-2017

3'-0" (TO EDGE)

"Ø TYP.

NEW LEARNING COMMONS

SIDEWALK LEVEL : -2-0"

1 2

6"

F.F.L: 0'-0"

3'-0" (TO EDGE)

6"

UPR ARECIBO CAMPUS

" R3

1 21"Ø FSR HANDRAIL

1 21"Ø FSR POST

1 FSR POST

3'-0" (TO EDGE)

PLANTER

1'-0" 4" 1 2"Ø

UNIVERSITY OF PUERTO RICO

5'-0"

RAILING DETAIL

A-01

As part of the concept, the square is intended to be a meeting place, where moments of shade and points of interest like the side terraces appear. The axes drawn in the plaza seek to project connections to other buildings of the complex, interconnecting the other meeting places such as the student center.


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71 MALECON DE SANTA ISABEL Santa Isabel Waterfront Santa Isabel, PR Under construction Client: The Puerto Rico Infrastructure Financing Authority Project Architect: Ligia SaldaĂąa Martorell Schizzo.design.architecture


P-5 P-6

"A"

1-SHEET A-101

P-1

P-7

A/E CERTIFICATION

P-4 P-3 P-2

MATCHLINE

P-8

P-9

Yo, LIGIA M. SALDAÑA MARTORELL, 14065, certifico que soy el profesional que confeccionó y/o diseñó y/o preparó estos planos y las especificaciones complementarias. También certifico que entiendo que dichos planos y especificaciones cumplen con las disposiciones aplicables del Reglamento Conjunto y las disposiciones aplicables de los Reglamentos y Códigos de Construcción Vigentes de las Agencias, Juntas Reglamentadoras o Corporaciones Públicas con jurisdicción. Reconozco que cualquier declaración falsa o falsificación de los hechos que se haya producido por desconocimiento o por negligencia ya sea por mí, mis agentes o empleados, o por otras personas con mi conocimiento, me hacen responsable de cualquier acción judicial y disciplinaria por la OGPe.

P-10

K-1A

P-11 K-1B

300'-0" (APROX) ROX)

147'-0" (AP

P-12

12'-0"

P-13 K-1C

2

BREAKWATER LAND PROTECTION

375'-0

DETA HLIN E IL 2-S HEET B A-10

BREAKWATER SEA PROTECTION

TC

" (APR

MA

OX) K-1D

PROJECT LIMIT FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION REFER TO CIVIL DRAWINGS, TYP.

SEE

EXISTING SHEET PILE

EXISTING DOCK TO REMAIN - NIC

P-14

412

TITLE

P-15

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(AP

ROX

)

PROPOSED SITE PLAN NIC

EXISTING BOAT RAMP - NIC

ISSUED FOR CONSTRUCTION

SCALE: 1:450

PHASE

This proposal seeks to rescue an area that was active around fishing and the beach community in general. It was known already of several interventions in the past but given the circumstances of bad weather together with the deterioration as well as the abandonment of its facilities, interest was lost and fell to ruin. Later, efforts were made to obtain state and federal funds for the reconstruction of this waterfront that will allow extended safeguard and will give new opportunities to the area.

A/E

MALECON SANTA ISABEL

SEE DETAIL

P2


20'-0" 20'-0" 20'-0"

20'-0"

2'-6"

20'-0"

B

12°

A304

STEPS 1

"

K-1A

RAMP 2 1:20

2.90 FFE

2.90 FFE

20'-0

Yo, LIGIA M. SALDAÑA MARTORELL, 14065, certifico que soy el profesional que confeccionó y/o diseñó y/o preparó estos planos y las especificaciones complementarias. También certifico que entiendo que dichos planos y especificaciones cumplen con las disposiciones aplicables del Reglamento Conjunto y las disposiciones aplicables de los Reglamentos y Códigos de Construcción Vigentes de las Agencias, Juntas Reglamentadoras o Corporaciones Públicas con jurisdicción. Reconozco que cualquier declaración falsa o falsificación de los hechos que se haya producido por desconocimiento o por negligencia ya sea por mí, mis agentes o empleados, o por otras personas con mi conocimiento, me hacen responsable de cualquier acción judicial y disciplinaria por la OGPe.

24 A211 20'-0"

P-15

15°

2.55 FFE -1'-13 4" FFE

STEPS 2

0'-0" FFE

0'-0" FFE

ALUMINUM DECK

20'-0"

RAMP 3 1:20

"

B A-03

20'-0

2.31 FFE

RAMP 1 1:20

-1'-11 12" FFE

2.76 FFE -0'-5 12" FFE

2.90 FFE

TITLE

0'-0" FFE

A A300

A

A304

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5

9

8

7

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10

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12

13

14

15

16

17

C A300 18

19

20

PROPOSED FLAG POLE

21

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23

24

25

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26

CONCRETE CURB 6"

27

ROCK PROTECTION LAND FILL

EXISTING DOCK NIC

PROJECT LIMIT FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION REFER TO CIVIL DRAWINGS, TYP.

EXISTING SHEET PILE

PHASE

ROCK PROTECTION (WAVE MITIGATION)

ISSUED FOR CONSTRUCTION

2 1

EXISTING SHEET PILE REVISION

PROPOSED SITE PLAN - AREA 1 SCALE : 116"= 1'-0"

20'-0"

N.I.C. C.I.S. I.D. TYPE HW SET

A

A-100

A

A-100 CP

NOT INCLUDED IN CONTRACT CHECK IN SITE

C

0'-0" FFE

0'-0" FFL

DOOR TAG SECTION TAG WALL SECTION TAG

RECEPTION 101

1"

K-1A

INTERIOR ELEVATION TAG FINISHED FLOOR ELEVATION (PLAN) FINISHED FLOOR LEVEL ROOM ID & NUMBER LEVEL CHANGE TAG

20'-0"

RAMPA 1 1:20

20'-0" 20'-0" 20'-0" 20'-0" 20'-0" 20'-0" 20'-0"

20'-0"

20'-0" 20'-0"

15°

RAMPA 2 1:20 20'-0"

RAMPA 3

1:20 20'-0"

20'-0"

20'-0"

2

PROPOSED BOAT RAMP AREA

20'-0"

K-1B

56

55

20'-0"

20'-0"

20'-0"

SCALE: 3/32" = 1'-0"

20'-0"

20'-0"

20'-0"

K-1C K-1C

20'-0"

20'-0"

K-2C

20'-0"

RAMPA 4 1:20

20'-0"

20'-0"

20'-0"

K-1D 20'-0"

20'-0"

20'-0"

20'-0"

20'-0"

20'-0"

3 20'-0"

20'-0"

RAMPA 5

1:20

SHEET 14 of 46

12°

20'-0"

20'-0"

20'-0"

20'-0" 20'-0"

20'-0"

20'-0"

20'-0"

20'-0"

NO.

1

DATE

keyplan

ELEVATION TAG 12°

B

A-101

DETAIL TAG

20'-0"

A

PROPOSED SITE PLAN AREA 1

A

DRAWING NUMBER/ TITLE

A

A-100

A-100

D

"B"

ROCK PROTECTION - LAND FILL

MATCHL INE

ROCK PROTECTION (WAVE MITIGATION)

"A"

LEYEND

MATCHLINE

"

20'-0

57

58

PROPOSED ROCK PROTECTION (WAVE MITIGATION)

SCALE: AS INDICATED

C A300

20'-0"

PROPOSED BOAT RAMP - PLAN DETAIL

20'-0"

SIM 5-IV-2017 B

20'-0"

7'-2"

32'-10"

REVITALIZACIÓN MALECÓN

1 A211

20'-0"

20'-0"

20'-0"

20'-0" 20'-0"

20'-0"

WALKWAY

AUTORIDAD PARA EL FINANCIAMIENTO DE LA INFRAESTRUCTURA

12°

A A301 20'-0" 20'-0"

SEE DETAIL

3

A211

MATCHLIN

1

20'-0"

1

1-SHEET A-10

19 A211

7 A211

5 A211

E "A"

15 A211

11 A211

FOR PLANTERS GEOMETRIC DEFINITION REFER TO SHEET A-304

SANTA ISABEL, PUERTO RICO

A/E CERTIFICATION

PROJECT SIGN

BOAT RAMP PLAN

A/E

A-02

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10'-0" 2.86

2'-0"

1'-6"

CONCRETE WALL @ 3'- 6" AFF (POLISHED) PROPOSED CONCRETE PILE

12'-0"

14'-11"

12'-2"

19'-0"

CONCRETE SLAB GUARDRAIL POST GALVANIZED 6X6X3/16 HSS

2'-0"

RAMP 50'-0"

12'-11" 45°

1:20

23'-8"

CONTINOUS METAL GALVANIZED TENSION GUARDRAIL @3'-6" AFF

45°

60'-0"

DN

2.09

11'-2"

WOOD SUBFLOOR (PAINTED)

29'-4"

45°

17'-10"

25'-5"

25'-8"

45°

45°

14'-5" 2.09

PROPOSED PIER PLAN

2.09

63'-2"

SCALE: 3/32" = 1'-0"

A-02

AUTORIDAD PARA EL FINANCIAMIENTO DE LA INFRAESTRUCTURA

REVITALIZACIÓN MALECÓN SANTA ISABEL, PUERTO RICO

SIM 3-III-2017 PROPOSED PIER PLAN

PIER PLAN DETAIL SCALE 3/32" = 1'-0"

A DTL

CONTINOUS METAL GALVANIZED TENSION GUARDRAIL

T.O. SEA LEVEL ELEV. 0.00M

EXISTING PILE

NEW INSTALLED PILE

EXISTING FILL TO REMAIN

NEW INSTALLED PILE

EXISTING PILE EXISTING GROUND

PROPOSED PIER LONGITUDINAL SECTION

AFF 34" (1005.2.1)

1'-8"

2"

CONTINOUS METAL GALVANIZED TENSION GUARDRAIL

4" 6"

2"

2'-10"

2'-1" 10"

4" 4" 4" 4" 4" 4" 4" 4" 4" 4" 2"

FFL: 2.138

GUARDRAIL POST GALVANIZED 4X4X3/16 HSS

7"

3'-6"

SCALE: 1/8" = 1'-0"

CURB (1005.3.1) 2X6 FRAMING

EXISTING SEA WALL

SCALE: AS INDICATED

T.O. SEA LEVEL ELEV. 0.00M

EXISTING PILE

PIER LONGITUDINAL SECTION

1:20

ALUMINUM TOP DECKING CHANNEL CROSS MEMBERS AND STRINGERS

EXISTING PILE

SIM 30-III-2017

EXISTING STEEL SHEET PILE WALL PARTIALLY REMOVED

REVITALIZACIÓN MALECÓN

T.O. STREET ELEV. VARIES

2.138

AUTORIDAD PARA EL FINANCIAMIENTO DE LA INFRAESTRUCTURA

1.96

Due to the poor condition of several components in the walk, especially the pier, it was considered to make a proposal that would extend the uses within the scope of both the budget and the stipulated time. The pier would be an extension as well as the restoration of the boat ramp. It was an opportunity to recognize and reaffirm a better entrance to the place and give a better presence.

SANTA ISABEL, PUERTO RICO

2.90

PIER F.F.L.

PROPOSED PIER SECTION

ADA GUARDRAIL @ 2'-10

A-01


14

'-0 "

A/E

SPECIALTY PLANTER WALLS TO HAVE POLISHED CONCRETE FINISH WITH 2 COATS OF SEALANT

19'-6"

2"

5'-

2'-8"

2'-2"

2'-2"

8'-5"

42'-0"

6"

3'-0"

2'-8"

2'-7"

A/E CERTIFICATION

2'-9"

20'-3"

6'-0"

6'-0"

6'-0"

6'-7" 6'-0"

6'-0"

2'-0"

2'-2"

2'-1"

TITLE

2'-0"

6'-8"

8'-0

"

7'-0"

"

5'-9"

7'-0

PHASE

0"

C PLANTER PLAN & ELEVATION DETAIL C A304 SCALE: 1/8" = 1'-0"

ALUM. PERFORATED PANEL SEE DETAIL F-SHEET A304

ISSUED FOR CONSTRUCTION

3"

ALUM. FLUSH PANEL

6"

2'-1

3'-6"

6" 3'-3"

2"

3'-0"

3'-1"

3"

2'-9"

2'-2"

3"

2'-5"

3'-1"

8"

ELECTRIC CLOSET WALLS TO HAVE POLISHED CONCRETE FINISH WITH 2 COATS OF SEALANT

6"

7'-0"

30'-1"

8'-0" 2"

8"

2'-3"

2'-6"

3'-0"

9'-7"

6'-0"

23'-7"

AXONOMETRIC - PLANTER DETAIL

"

2'-10"

77'-3"

Yo, LIGIA M. SALDAÑA MARTORELL, 14065, certifico que soy el profesional que confeccionó y/o diseñó y/o preparó estos planos y las especificaciones complementarias. También certifico que entiendo que dichos planos y especificaciones cumplen con las disposiciones aplicables del Reglamento Conjunto y las disposiciones aplicables de los Reglamentos y Códigos de Construcción Vigentes de las Agencias, Juntas Reglamentadoras o Corporaciones Públicas con jurisdicción. Reconozco que cualquier declaración falsa o falsificación de los hechos que se haya producido por desconocimiento o por negligencia ya sea por mí, mis agentes o empleados, o por otras personas con mi conocimiento, me hacen responsable de cualquier acción judicial y disciplinaria por la OGPe.

6'-0"

2'-4"

6'-0"

B PLANTER PLAN & ELEVATION DETAIL B A304 SCALE: 1/8" = 1'-0"

B PLANTER DETAIL B A304

4'-0

2'-7"

2'-6"

2'-5"

2'-4"

6'-0"

3-0"

6'-0"

2'-9"

32'-4"

6'-0"

2'-11"

13'-3"

6'-0"

2'-10"

4'-9"

2'-5"

C PLANTER DETAIL C A304

2'-3"

A PLANTER PLAN & ELEVATION DETAIL A A304 SCALE: 1/8" = 1'-0"

3'-6"

A PLANTER DETAIL A A304

2'-2"

2'-0"

50'-11"

INTERIOR WALLS TO HAVE POLISHED CONCRETE FINISH WITH 2 COATS OF SEALANT

6"

"

4'-0

HARDWARE TO BE INCLUDED DEADBOLT AND PULLBAR

TIMBER FORMWORK CONCRETE FINISH CONCRETE WALL

E ELECTRIC CLOSET DOOR DETAIL A304 SCALE: 3/4" = 1'-0"

GEOTEXTILE LAYER

GRAVEL

DATE

5"

PROJECT 1"

REVISION

2'-0"

4"

VARIES

3'-6"

8" 7'-0"

4"

VARIES (MIN. 2'-0" MAX 2'-6")

4"

TOPSOIL

CONCRETE WALL

F A304

1"x1" ALUM. ANGLE

PERFORATED PANEL DETAIL

SCALE: 3" = 1'-0"

G TYPICAL PLANTER DETAIL A304 NOT TO SCALE

H PLANTER PROFILE AND SUBTRATE A304 SCALE: 1/2" = 1'-0"

1

SHEET 26 of 46

VALPERF PERFORATED PANEL POWDER COATED PAINT

D ELECTRIC CLOSET DETAIL A304 NOT TO SCALE

A-304

1/8"

PLANTERS & CLOSET DETAILS

3/16" ALUM. POP RIVET

DRAWING NUMBER/ TITLE

6 7/8"

NO.

1 3/4"x4" ALUM. MULLION

DOORS TO ALIGN WITH CENTER LINE ON BEAM

75


P3


77

RHC LIBRARY FOUNDATION

OFFICE FURNITURE DESIGN Substantial Completion: 2014 Client: Rafael Hernandez Colón Libary Foundation Project Architect: Ligia Saldaña Martorell Schizzo.design.architecture Deisign Team: Atelier 66 csp


P3

RHC FURNITURE


1'-8"

#

hoja

1'-8"

MUEBLE MUEBLE RECEPCIÓN RECEPCIÓN PRINCIPAL PRINCIPAL / TIENDA / TIENDA

certificado

2'-3"

B

B

AXONOMÉ A

ESC. 83" = 1'-0"

NO A ESCALA

1'-5"

ESC. 38" = 1'-0"

INSTALACION FACILIDADES INTERIORES

ESC. 38" = 1'-0"

3'-6" ESC. 38" = 1'-0"

ESC. 38" = 1'-0"

2'-6"

escala- según indicada

3'-6"

3'-6"

As part of the final delivery for the Rafael Hernandez Colón Library Foundation project, the design of - MUEBLE -RECEPCIÓN MUEBLE RECEPCIÓN PRINCIPALPRINCIPAL POSTERIOR - MUEBLE -RECEPCIÓN MUEBLE RECEPCIÓN -"LOCKERS" -"LOCKERS" D D POSTERIOR E C FRONTAL several furnishings that would be C FRONTAL exhibited at key points within the work was commissioned. We were required to comply with the aesthetics already established in the building and to support additional storage spaces. My participation was the design of these pieces of furniture and the delivery of their plans for the workshop. The reception was the first of a set that would complement the rest of the building.

7'-9"

NO

4'-3"

4'-3"

AXONOMÉTRICO

2'-6"

6'-4"

ESC. 38" = 1'-0"

1'-5"

ESC. 38" = 1'-0"

6'-4"

ESC. 83" = 1'-0"

NO A ESCALA

3'-6"

6'-1"

1'-4"

A

PLANTA - PLANTA MUEBLE -RECEPCIÓN MUEBLE RECEPCIÓN PRINCIPALPRINCIPAL FRONTAL FRONTAL - MUEBLE -RECEPCIÓN MUEBLE RECEPCIÓN -" LOCKERS" -" LOCKERS"

1

A

79

issues/rev

DOCUMENTOS SUBASTA

1'-4"

2'-3"

6'-1"

8'-0"

8'-0"

8'-0"

7'-6" 8'-0"

7'-6"

E

LATERA

ESC. 38" = 1'-0


The designed elements were also pieces that were used in the division of the spaces. These doors were commissioned once the work was finished to divide meeting rooms and spaces between exhibitions. The selection of materials (glazing) and scale were important factors for the design of these doors. Part of the objectives was to guarantee certain privacy and at the same time percolate light into more closed spaces.


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These bookcases are located in reading areas. Part of the design was to ensure that bookcases were also exhibition points in space. The piece was considered to extend throughout the room to complement and give presence to the space. Part of the work was to coordinate these pieces with the rest of office furniture that had already been selected.


Gaddiel Torres Pagan 1844 W Chapel Dr Deltona FL 32738 787 249 2655 tpgaddiel.arch@gmail.com

Gaddiel Torres Portfolio - Architecture  

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Gaddiel Torres Portfolio - Architecture  

Selection of professional and academic projects

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