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content 1 Boabab

4 AutoCad

07 Floor Plan 09 Elevations 10 Electrical 13 Roof Plan 15 Building Sections Window & Door Schedule 17 Cover Page 19 Site Plan 20 Inspiration Floor Plan & Kitchen Elev. 21 Sketches Roof Plan 22 Rendering Elevation One 23 Elevation Two 24 Section 25 Framing 26 Concept, Research, Location Electrical 27 Facade I Inspiration & Research Rendering Constructional Sketches Presentation Board

2 Floor Plan I

5 Patio Install 6 Maserati

3 Floor Plan II About, Inspiration, Style

Cover Page First Floor Plan Second Floor Plan Elevation One Elevation Two Sketch Model

Facade II Sketches 29 Process 30 Rendered Views 31 32 33 Photo 34 Color Pencil 35 Pastel & Charcoal 37 Ink & Gouache

7 ArtWorks

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Gazebo


BAOBAB

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Glenadale Community College Shed / Gazebo Competition


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Inspiration... The inspiration of this gazebo design came from a particular species of trees, called the Baobab. I was not only inspired from the immense size of this tree but mainly by the unique shape, structure and what the tree represented. The reason I chose to base my gazebo design off a tree is mainly, what the tree represents around the world. Trees have traditionally been planted in many cultures in honor of an accomplishment or an important rite of passage such as a graduation, wedding, retirement or the birth of a child. This tradition is also appropriate for honoring the life of a loved one at the loved one’s passing. A tree often represents life and slow, steady growth.

Research... This tree is native to only a few places around the world, Madagascar, Africa and Australia. The name Baobab is the most common and typical name for this tree, but there are other common name such as upside-down tree boab, boaboa, etc. The species of tree that was used for the gazebo design is that one that are found in Madagascar. Obviously the most conspicuous part of this tree is, besides of its odd shape, the trunk or the body of the tree. This trunk that can reach up to a circumference of 154 feet, is not only for esthetic purposes but it is also for practical purposes. Not only for the tree but also for the inhabitants around it. The immense trunks purpose is to store water during the raining season and used in time of drought and dry seasons. Not only does the Baobab use the stored up water during droughts but the inhabitants around it can bore a hole and draw out some of the stored water.


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Rendered Views... Here are some alternate rendered views of the Boabab gazebo.

Rendering done in Rhino


Under Construction... As the winner of this competition the tenant agreed to have the designer’s piece to be built. This is currently in the process of producing the construction document, to have it go through the engineer and the city.

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Under Construction

Construction Sketches... Some sketches that show the methods of constructing this gazebo.


Presentation Board

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Baobab Glendale Gazebo Competition Concept

OVERHANG LEVEL 8’-0”

SEAT LEVEL 1’-8” GROUND LEVEL 0’-0”

Purpose

Materials

The purpose for this gazebo is a place for the public people to gather leisurely and a locker for the gardener’s.

The materials used on the gazebo is one that is cost efficient. As the materials for the conopy are reclaimed sails, that are tightly stretched over the overhang. The main structure uses simple 2x4 which are then covered with melamine plywood.

Concept Emulates a baobab tree, that has the characteristics of man made and natural attributes. The man made attributes is the shape and the facade of the gazebo, where as the materials that are use portray the natural environment.

Function This gazebo is place not only to enhance the look and feel of this garden but as a form of a locker and a well. It can be used to store the gardener’s tools in a convenient manner and location. Also, the gazebo act a form of a well that stores and collects rain water resulting in free resources.

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Floor Plan I


One Story Residential... This work is done in a constructional document manner. The bases of this work was to learn the methods and terms of how a constructional document is portrayed and the manner it is done. The original work is all done by hand.

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Floor Plan II


Haniaethol Cyfoes... This work here is a custom two story residential that I had to design for one of my architectural class. We were given the location, lot size and the city regulation that has the setbacks and maximum height of the house. As for the design limitation, there was no regulations that we had to follow. As for the name of this residential house it is “contemporary abstract� translated in Welsh.

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Concept... As for the concept or the inspiration for this two story residential, there is no inspiration. The only idea that I had in mind for the design of this house, is that it went from contemporary to abstract and modern. The first floor of this residence layout, of the structure, is contemporary. The basic four walls square shape with some juxtaposed walls. However as you move up to the second floor it transforms into a more abstract layout, with many protruding corners and walls that create different angular walls. This transition from one form to the other takes place at the stairs. All in all, there is no concept or inspiration that came to mind in the design phase for this residential house. The main focus, from the first phase of design, was space and the flow of the house.

Style... This work is done in a constructional document manner. The original work is all done by hand.


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One Story Residential... This work is done in a constructional document manner. There is not inspiration or concept for this residential house. This is just a basic one story residential house for a family of four.

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41 3 A--

B A--

DN

H

I

13

DN J

12

14

HIS

113

K

MASTER BEDROOM 111

FAMILY ROOM

HERS

114

112

11

HALLWAY G

110

TUB

MASTER BATHROOM

L

10

109

SHOWER

SEAT

NICHE

9

DESK W.C. M F

KITCHEN

MICRO

115

D.W.

A A--

LAUNDRY

OVEN

108

REFR.

BEDROOM

116

HALLWAY

2 A--

4 A--

117

8

W/D

7

CLOSET

15 16

6

PANTRY

107

17

PANTRY 118

E

HALLWAY

BATH

102

106

5

D

SHOWER 105

NOOK

LIVING ROOM

N

119

101

4

CLOSET 104

2

3

C

O P

1

BEDROOM

A

103

PORCH

DN

B

1 A--

FLOOR PLAN

N

1/4" = 1'-0"

A


CLASS "A" ASPHALT SHINGLE ROOD OVER 30# FELT

RAKE TRIM, PAINT BRICK CHIMNEY

ASPHALT SHINGLE ROOF

4" GALVANIZED METAL GUTTER, PAINT FINISH

BRICK CHIMNEY

TOP PLATE

TOP PLATE

96.0000

FLOOR LINE

60" WINDOW PLANTER BOX

WOOD GUARDRAIL BRICK STAIRS AND PORCH

FLOOR LINE

GRADE LINE

WINDOW SHUTTERS, PAINT EXTERIOR SEMENT PLASTER, APINT, COLOR TO FOLLOW

BRICK STEPS AND LANDING 24X24 SCREENED ACCESS VENT

WINDOW SHUTTERS, PAINT

WOOD GUARDRAIL, PAINT

CEMENT PLASTER FINISH

1

EAST ELEVATION

2

1/4" = 1'-0"

1/4" =

1'-0"

CLASS "A" ASPHALT SHINGLE ROOD OVER 30# FELT

15" CIRCLE ATTIC VENT

BRICK CHIMNEY

NORTH ELEVATION

WOOD RAKE TRIM, PAINT

BRICK CHIMNEY

4" GALVANIZED METAL GUTTER, PAINT FINISH

RAKE TRIM, PAINT

TOP PLATE

TOP PLATE

FLOOR LINE

FLOOR LINE

96.0000

BRICK LANDING AND STEPS CEMENT PLASTER FINISH OVER METAL LATH

4X14 VENT, PAINT

GADE LINE BRICK LANDING AND STEPS CEMENT PLASTER FINISH OVER METAL LATH

BRICK STEPS AND LANDING 3" CIRCLE DOWNSPOUT, PAINT

24X24 SCREENED ACCESS VENT

CEMENT PLASTER FINISH OVER METAL LATH

A-1

3 42

WEST ELEVATION

1/4" = 1'-0"

4

SOUTH ELEVATION 1'-0"

1/4" =

A-4


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DN W.P.

3:12

ELECTRICAL LEGEND

DN

SLOPE W.P.

WALL MOUNTED DUPLEX OUTLET 16" A.F.F. - U.N.O

HERS WALL MOUNTED QUADPLEX OUTLET 16" A.F.F. - U.N.O. C

MASTER BEDROOM

GFI

HIS

+42" C

W.P.

WALL MOUNTED DUPLEX OUTLET GROUND FAULT INTERRUPTER (SEE PLANS FOR HEIGHTS)

WALL MOUNTED DUPLEX OUTLET WEATHER PROOF - 16" A.F.F. - U.N.O.

+42"

FAMILY ROOM

WALL MOUNTED DUPLEX OUTLET CONNECTED TO A LIGHT SWITCH

S GFI +44"

WALL MOUNTED TELEPHONE OUTLET 16" A.F.F. - U.N.O.

HALLWAY

MASTER BATHROOM TUB

GFI +44"

SEAT

+36"

C

WALL MOUNTED CABLE OUTLET - COAX CABLE 16" A.F.F. - U.N.O.

S

LIGHT OR EQUIPMENT SWITCH TO DESIGNATED OUTLET OR JUNCTION BOX

J

JUNCTION BOX

SHOWER

NICHE

GFI

DESK

GFI

W.C.

S

KITCHEN

+36"

MICRO

C

+36" D.W.

BEDROOM

GFI +44"

+36" REFR.

OVEN GFI +44"

GFI +44"

HALLWAY S

W/D GFI PANTRY

GFI +36"

HALLWAY LIVING ROOM

BATH

NOOK

S

BEDROOM

W.P.

PORCH

DN

ELECTRICAL PLAN N 1/4" = 1'-0"


3:12 SLOPE

3:12

3:12

SLOPE

SLOPE

3:12

3:12

SLOPE

SLOPE

3:12

3:12

SLOPE

SLOPE

ROOF PLAN 1/4" = 1'-0"

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45 ASPHALT SHINGLE ROOF OVER 30# FELT AND PLYWD SHEATHING

2X10 RAFTERS @ 16" O.C.

2X4 BRACE @ 48" O.C.

2X8 CEILING JSTS @ 24" O.C. WITH R-30 BATT INSULATION

TOP PLATE LINE

BEDROOM

2X4 STUD @ 16" O.C. WITH 5/8" EXTERIOR CEMENT PLASTER FINISH AND R-13 BATT INSULATION

KITCHEN

96.0000

FLOOR LINE

4X6 GIRDER

2X8 FLOOR JOIST @ 16" 0.C.

A

2X10 RAFTER @ 16" O.C. W/ R-30 BATT INSULATION

CONCERT PIER

BUILDING SECTION

2X8 CEILING JSTS @ 24" O.C.

SPREAD FOOTING

1/4" = 1'-0"

2X12 RIDGE BOARD

TOP PLATE LINE

95.9966

LIVING

HALLWAY

KITCHEN

2X4 STUD @ 16" O.C. WITH 5/8" EXTERIOR CEMENT PLASTER FINISH AND R-13 BATT INSULATION

MASTER BEDROOM

FLOOR LINE

2X6 FLOOR JOIST @ 16" O.C.

SPREAD FOOTING

B

BUILDING SECTION

4X6 GIRDER

1/4" = 1'-0"

A-5


Window and Door Schedule... The chart here shows the dimensions for all the windows and doors that are use for this floor plan.

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47 ROOM FINISH SCHEDULE

DOOR SCHEDULE DOOR

FLOOR

BASE

WALLS

NOTES/REMARKS NOTE/REMARKS

HT

MAT'L

FIN

MAT'L

FIN

FIN

MAT'L

FIN

LIVING ROOM

WOOD

WD-1

WOOD

B-1

GYP. BD.

P-1

WOOD

ST-1

HALLWAY

WOOD

WD-1

WOOD

B-1

GYP. BD.

P-1

WOOD

ST-1

FLAT

BEDROOM

WOOD

WD-1

WOOD

B-1

GYP. BD.

P-1

WOOD

ST-1

SLOPED

WOOD

CLOSET

WD-1

TILE

SHOWER

TILE-1

MARBLE

BATH

CLOSET

M-1

WOOD

BEDROOM

WD-1

WOOD

MASTER BATHROOM

WD-1

M-1

MARBLE

HALLWAY

WD-1

WOOD

WOOD

MASTER BEDROOM

WD-1

WOOD

TILE

WOOD

WOOD

WOOD

WOOD

WOOD

WOOD

MAT'L

B-1

GYP. BD.

B-1

GLASS

B-1

GYP. BD.

B-1

GYP. BD.

B-1

GYP. BD.

B-1

GYP. BD.

B-1

GYP. BD.

B-1

GYP. BD.

FRAME

CEILING

ROOM NAME

P-1

G-1

P-1

P-1

P-1

P-1

P-1

P-1

WOOD

GYT. BD.

GYT. BD.

WOOD

WOOD

GYT. BD

WOOD

WOOD

NUMBER

TYPE

1

1

SIZE (W X H)

THK.

1-3/4"

3'-0" X 6'-8"

MAT.

FIN.

HDWR.

MAT.

FIN.

WOOD

PAINT

SILVER/AL.

MTL.

PAINT

HEAD

2

1

3'-0" X 6'-8"

1-3/4"

WOOD

PAINT

SILVER/AL.

3

3

3'-0" X 6'-8"

1-1/2"

AI./MI

PAINT

SILVER/AL.

PAINT

5

3'-0" X 6'-8"

1-3/4"

WOOD

PAINT

SILVER/AL.

WOOD

PAINT

6

9

2'-0" X 6'-8"

1-7/16"

WOOD

PAINT

SILVER/AL.

WOOD

PAINT

7

1

3'-0" X 6'-8"

1-3/4"

WOOD

PAINT

SILVER/AL.

WOOD

PAINT

8

3

3'-0" X 6'-8"

1-1/2"

AI./MI

PAINT

SILVER/AL.

MTL.

PAINT

9

1

3'-0" X 6'-8"

1-3/4"

WOOD

PAINT

SILVER/AL.

WOOD

PAINT

SILVER/AL.

WOOD

PAINT

PAINT

WOOD

ST-1

2'-8 X 6'-8"

10

2

2-7/8"

WOOD

PAINT

SILVER/AL.

WOOD

PAINT

11

1

3'-0" X 6'-8"

1-3/4"

WOOD

PAINT

SILVER/AL.

WOOD

PAINT

12

1

3'-0" X 6'-8"

1-3/4"

WOOD

PAINT

SILVER/AL.

WOOD

PAINT

13

6

2'-7" X 6'-8"

2-1/4"

WD./GL.

PAINT

SILVER/AL.

MTL.

PAINT

14

7

2'-7" X 6'-8"

2-1/4"

WD./GL.

PAINT

SILVER/AL.

MTL.

PAINT

PAINT

WOOD

WOOD

WD-1

WD-1

WOOD

HIS

WOOD

WOOD

B-1

GYP. BD.

B-1

GYP. BD.

FAMILY ROOM

WOOD

WD-1

WOOD

B-1

GYP. BD.

KICHEN

WOOD

WD-1

WOOD

B-1

LAUNDRY

WOOD

WD-1

WOOD

B-1

P-1

P-1

WOOD

WOOD

WOOD

FLAT

ST-1

ST-1

FLAT

P-1

WOOD

ST-1

GYP. BD.

P-1

WOOD

ST-1

FLAT

GYP. BD.

P-1

WOOD

ST-1

FLAT

SLOPED

HALLWAY

WOOD

WD-1

WOOD

B-1

GYP. BD.

P-1

WOOD

ST-1

FLAT

PANTRY

WOOD

WD-1

WOOD

B-1

GYP. BD.

P-1

WOOD

ST-1

FLAT

NOOK

WOOD

WD-1

WOOD

B-1

GYP. BD.

P-1

WOOD

ST-1

SLOPED

1'-9" X 6'-8"

-

WOOD

1-1/2"

PAINT

WOOD

8

WOOD

PAINT

SILVER/AL.

WOOD

PAINT

16

8

1'-9" X 6'-8"

1-1/2"

WOOD

PAINT

SILVER/AL.

WOOD

PAINT

17

2

2'-8 X 6'-8"

2-7/8"

WD./GL.

PAINT

SILVER/AL.

WOOD

PAINT

-

-

WOOD PAINT

-

PAINT

WOOD

15

-

PAINT

SLOPED

PAINT HERS

-

-

WOOD PAINT

-

-

WOOD PAINT

FLAT

ST-1

PAINT

WOOD

-

-

WOOD PAINT

FLAT

ST-1

PAINT

WOOD

-

-

AI./MI PAINT

SLOPED

P-1

PAINT

AI./MI

-

-

WOOD PAINT

FLAT

ST-1

PAINT

WOOD

-

-

WOOD PAINT

FLAT

P-1

-

-

WOOD

FLAT

P-1

-

-

PAINT

WOOD

-

-

PAINT WOOD

PAINT

FLAT

ST-1

-

PAINT

WOOD PAINT

1

PAINT

WOOD

AL.

WOOD PAINT

WOOD

PAINT

1-1/2"

5

PAINT

WOOD

PAINT

WOOD

THRES.

METAL

WOOD PAINT

WOOD

WOOD

1'-2" X 6'-8"

4

JAMB

WOOD

SLOPED

WOOD

METAL

PAINT

PAINT

WOOD

AL. METAL

WOOD PAINT

PAINT

WOOD

AL.

-

WOOD PAINT

PAINT

WOOD

-

WOOD PAINT

PAINT

-

DOOR TYPES:

1

2

3

4

5

MATERIAL AND COLOR LEGEND

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7

8

WINDOW SCHEDULE DETAILS SIZE (W X H)

MATERIAL

FINISH

GLAZING

(3) 2'-2" X 4'-5"

MTL./VINYL

WHITE

DUAL GLAZING

3'-6" X 3'-10"

MTL./VINYL

WHITE

DUAL GLAZING

MTL./VINYL

WHITE

DUAL GLAZING

NUMBER

TYPE

A

4

FLOOR COVERING FINISH

WALL AND CEILING FINISH

B

3

C

1

(2) 1'-10" X 3'-5"

(2) 1'-10" X 3'-5"

MATERIAL

COLOR

DESCRIPTION

MATERIAL

COLOR

DESCRIPTION

CP-1

CARPET

CREAM

TO FOLLOW

P-1

PAINT

WHITE

FLAT

T-1

TILE

WHITE

TO FOLLOW

P-2

PAINT

WHITE

SEMI GLOSSY

WD-1

WOOD

OAK

TO FOLLOW

FINISH

P-3

PAINT

WHITE

EXTERIOR FLAT

CT-1

TILE

WHITE

TO FOLLOW

D

1

MTL./VINYL

WHITE

DUAL GLAZING

E

6

1'-6" X 2'-5"

MTL./VINYL

WHITE

DUAL GLAZING

F

6

1'-6" X 2'-5"

MTL./VINYL

WHITE

DUAL GLAZING

G

3

3'-6" X 3'-10"

MTL./VINYL

WHITE

DUAL GLAZING

WALL BASE FINISH

ABBREVIATIONS: MATERIAL

COLOR

DESCRIPTION

B-1

WOOD

TO FOLLOW

TO FOLLOW

B-2

TILE

TO FOLLOW

TO FOLLOW

AL. = ALUMINUM ANOD. = ANODIZED GL. = GLASS MI. = MIRROR MTL. = METAL PT. = PAINT ST. = STAIN WD. = WOOD S.C. = SOLID CORE

STAIN

OAK

JAMB

2'-7" X 4'-10"

I

5

2'-7" X 4'-10"

MTL./VINYL

WHITE

DUAL GLAZING

J

5

2'-7" X 4'-10"

MTL./VINYL

WHITE

DUAL GLAZING

K

2

3'-0" X 4'-10"

MTL./VINYL

WHITE

DUAL GLAZING

L

2

3'-0" X 4'-10"

MTL./VINYL

WHITE

DUAL GLAZING

M

1

WHITE

DUAL GLAZING

MTL./VINYL

WHITE

DUAL GLAZING

(2) 1'-10" X 3'-5"

MTL./VINYL

N

3

MTL./VINYL

WHITE

DUAL GLAZING

O

3

3'-6" X 3'-10"

MTL./VINYL

WHITE

DUAL GLAZING

P

5

2'-7" X 4'-10"

MTL./VINYL

WHITE

DUAL GLAZING

METAL

METAL

METAL

METAL

METAL

METAL

METAL

METAL

METAL

METAL PAINT

PAINT

METAL

METAL

METAL

METAL

METAL

METAL

PAINT

METAL PAINT

PAINT METAL

METAL

PAINT

PAINT

PAINT

METAL

METAL

METAL

PAINT

PAINT METAL

METAL

PAINT

PAINT

PAINT

METAL

PAINT

PAINT

PAINT

METAL

PAINT

PAINT

PAINT

METAL

PAINT METAL

METAL

METAL

PAINT

PAINT

PAINT

METAL

PAINT

PAINT

PAINT

METAL

PAINT

PAINT

PAINT

METAL

PAINT

PAINT

PAINT

METAL

PAINT

PAINT METAL

METAL

PAINT

PAINT METAL

METAL

PAINT METAL

METAL PAINT

METAL

PAINT

3'-6" X 3'-10"

METAL PAINT

PAINT METAL

PAINT

PAINT METAL

METAL

TO FOLLOW

SILL

METAL

METAL PAINT

PAINT

5

H ST-1

NOTES/REMARKS

HARDWARE HEAD

METAL

PAINT

PAINT

PAINT

METAL

METAL

METAL

METAL

METAL

METAL

METAL

METAL

METAL

METAL

METAL

METAL

METAL

METAL

METAL

METAL

WINDOW TYPES:

1'-6" X 2'-5"

(2) 1'-10" X 3'-5" 3'-0" X 4'-10"

1

2

3'-6" X 3'-10"

3

(3) 2'-2" X 4'-5"

4

2'-7" X 4'-10"

5

6

9


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Patio Installation


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Purpose... The aim of this installation is to provide some form of seating and lounge for a patio that has a view. This installation is done in a way that will provide seating and lounging without taking way from the view with a solid mass furniture.


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Maserati


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Maserati Dealership Concept


1950

2000 Research...

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The history of Maserati is quite extensive and to cut it short, the life of Maserati has a lot of positives and negatives. It all started with three brothers, who share the passion of racing. The true passion that is shared for ever automotive enthusiast, the true performance of the car in every aspect, how it handles on the open road. However, the true passion of racing continues on, but in today’s age where it’s more class then its bloodline, that it’s more about the badge than how the car handles when it has all of its horses out and in a frenzy. Nonetheless, there are features in the car itself that continues on, and that is the unique fish mouth grill.


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FUTURE

Concept... One of the main ideas for this concept is to keep in mind the bloodline of this particular automotive brand. The key aspect for this concept is to portray the pivotal features, which as been used on their car models, which have been consistent throughout history, onto the façade of the building.

Location... The location of the dealership building is in the city of Pasadena, California. Located at 308 South Fair Oaks, Pasadena, California. This was the location of a previous Maserati dealer until they have moved out, due to unknown circumstances. The reason to choose this location was that it’s location was behind the main strip of Pasadena’s main attraction and shopping. To redesign and remodel the building so that it would attract viewers and challenge them to pondering off into the unknown of Pasadena.


Facade I... Being located on a corner of a busy intersection, the decision to make this the focal point of the building was unanimous. This feature being the hierarchy of the building, some research had to be done. Upon doing the research, on the models, the one think that was true and evident was it’s every unique “fishmouthed” grill. Ever since the first production model to today’s models, that infamous grill transferred from model to model.

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Facade II...

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In this façade, though it’s located in an ally way, as little hidden feature was add on this building design. This design feature will only be understood by those who are automotive enthusiasts. This design was taken from the hood of Maserati MC12, which is the only exotic car that was made, which made what this automotive company is know to the world. The introduction of this particular model, within the new millennium, is what put Maserati into the exotic car map.


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Original... Here portrays the original structure of the building without any additions or modifications. Here one can see the basic structure and style. As for the style of architecture, since it is placed in Old Town Pasadena, it has a American Craftsman style of architecture. Where the use of red brick is wrapped around the whole faรงade of the building.

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Addition I... The element that is being introduced and added here is on the pillars of the building. To stick with the illusion of the Maserati grill, this element had to be added in order to create and complete the illusion. The use of the element will be wrapped around the pillars, in that sense there will be less demolition. The reason why this element is added is the create that illusion of the pillars bending. As you can see not all of the pillars has this element on it, also and addition of one pillar.

Addition II... The final element to be added to this build is the most important, because it is what give the building its character and a sense of uniqueness. This last element is another wrap around building that has the shape of the grill cut out. This being the most Important piece it had to be place in a way that is seems like the element is floating in place. And by adding this element, the characteristics of the automobile can be physically shown. In addition, there is places a divot which in some way tells a story of the remodeling. The story is that, although this building is made more modern, the history of this building is still present under all the layers. That you can take something old and out dated and just by adding modern shapes and elements to it, it can be acceptable in the modern world.


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Alternate Views... Here are some alternate views of the dealership, that has been rendered, of the final overhaul.


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ArtWorks


*Nikon N6006, F-stop 3.5, Shutter speed : Bulb*

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*Color Pencil*


*Pastel & Charcoal*

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*Ink & Gouache*

joseph lee  

This is a collection of his architectural projects while he was in Glendale Community College CA.

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