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Contents INTRODUCTION  4 TIMELINE5 SKILLSET6 AWARDS7

“He who works with his hands is a laborer. He who works with his hands and his head is a craftsman. He who works with his hands and his head and his heart is an artist.” St. Francis of Assisi

UNDERGRADUATE8 PLATO’S BED 10 KOPANONG12 PSYCHOSIS THEATRIC 16

PRACTICE18 NESAU CREATIVE CAMPUS WILGERS MEDICAL

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IDIOSYNCRASY26 BRUYN ONTWERP

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STUDENT WORK

PROFESSIONAL WORK


INTRODUCTION Hi, my name is Hardus de Bruyn. I am a architectural technologist with a solid background in design and construction. The following pages are a selection of works that have been done and redone to represent my abilities and architectural methodology as it has developed through the years. I thoroughly enjoy architecture as an academic discipline although I have come to realize that I prefer the working environment and dealing directly with clients and consultants. I have great appreciation for the people that have selflessly and often even anonymously contributed to my studies and I realize that I owe it to them and to myself to reach the potential I have been challenged to reach. My greatest strengths are that I can think on my feet and design quickly. I do well under pressure and I have no problem working in constructive teams. My greatest weaknesses are that I tend to be bad at time-management although I have been working on it extensively during practice. I realized that it stemmed from an obsessive perfectionism. I have since realized that iteration and not perfection is the key to success. My future plans are to finish my honours degree in 2018 and my masters in 2019. Thereafter I would like to spend 5 years in a firm to learn specifically how to manage a dynamic design office. After that I would like to open my own firm and contribute to the South African and later global built environment by pro-actively design projects and finding the necessary partners to materialize the project.


TIMELINE 2002

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2017 GRAPHIC DESIGN CONSTRUCTION ACADEMICS OFFICE

2002-2006 Studied Theology at the Univeristy of Pretoria

2007 Worked in Construction

2008 Travelled to the USA and worked in Contrsuction

2009 Worked in Construction

2010 -2012 Studied Architecture at the Univeristy of Pretoria

2013 Worked for Boogertman and Partner Architects

2014 Graphic Design

2015 Worked for Holm Jordaan Architects and Urban Desgners

2017 Obtained BscArch degree at the Univeristy of Pretoria

I was born and raised in Sunnyside, Pretoria, South Africa. I have seen some of its best and worst times. My father was a Building contractor and my mother was a teacher.

great experience and I learned a great deal about timber construction, diesel engines, farming and architecture.

I went to primary school at Lynnwood Laerskool and started High school at Menlopark High school but decided to change over to a more tradisional all boys school called Affies after my parents realized that my grades weren’t what they were supposed to be and that my friends were in trouble with the law.

The following year I enrolled for the architecture coarse at the University of Pretoria. I finished my first and second year but during my final year my fathers business closed its doors after considerable financial challenges. I battled to stay the coarse. At that stage I was already paying my own way including, tuition, food, rent, transport, clothes etc. In fact at that stage I had no transport and I had to walk 45min to campus every morning and every evening. This continued during my first two years of emplyment. My father experienced health problems at during my third year and I realized that I had no choice. I left the University and worked to save up money to finish. It took me five years and the grace of God to be able to continue. I was able to finish my degree in 2017. It was an amazingly tough experience but I proved to myself that I am not a quiter and I also gained unparalleled experience.

My time at Affies greatly influenced my life. I made good friends there and became deeply religious. This prompted me to study Theology at the University of Pretoria. This is still something dear to my heart although I realize that my calling might be different than I anticipated, After studying theology and spending a bit of time in ministry I found myself frustrated with it. I longed to design and build something. I spoke to my father who advised me to visit the faculty of architecture at my alma mater. I was instantly excited and felt the pull of a familiar tailored calling. Unfortunately the entries for the coming year were closed so the lecturer advised me to travel. I took it to heart and decided to work in the United States to gain experience in Construction. It was

I feel that everything that has happened in my life has prepared me to be better at design. To me architecture is rooted in experience. The more experience you have to more you can translate it into good design.


SKILLSET Autodesk Autocad

Chaos Vray

Adobe Photoshop

Adobe After Effects

Autodesk Revit

Autodesk Dynamo

Adobe Indesign

Adobe Premier Pro

Autodesk 3ds Max

I have a very broad set of skills although this does not mean that I’m thinly spread. I believe that software enable and assists designers to achieve their desired outcome. This does not however mean that software should lead the example. Software is simply another weapon in the arsenal, I believe strongly in working in different media as I believe each medium can help overcome a different problem. For instance a scale model can help one get a sense of scale and spacial quality, where Autocad is great for setting up a basic site plan to work from. Photoshop is effective for creating quick concepts and Indesign is a great tool for compiling your finished work. All the tools work together to for a multimedia presentation that would

Adobe Illustrator

otherwise have either taken much longer or might have been nearly impossible. I am currently proficient in nearly all Adobe programs. I prefer to work in Autodesk Revit mostly but can comfortable work in Autocad. I have recently started coming to terms with 3ds Max and Vray. These are very powerful programs with an enormous amount of potensial for architecture. However the learning curve is incredibly steep and it has taken me some time to learn. Autodesk Dynamo is a product that has recently made its arrival and is a visual scripting program fro creating parametric elements inside

of revit. It has great potential application for Architecture but one does need some scripting to understand to work flow and nature of problem solving in Dynamo. I am currently still experimenting with Dynamo but hopefully I’ll get some time to advance in my understanding thereof. I have learned the hard way that when it comes to software companies like Adobe and Autodesk are the best although other programs have great features they tend to disappear over night. Learning software by yourself is a difficult and strenuous process and I prefer software that I know is going to be around for some time. I support ethical software practices.


AWARDS 2017 Award of Merit Die Wilgers, Pretoria from the Pretoria Institute for Architecture awarded to HolmJordaan Architects with Marguerite Pienaar as project architect.

Award for best public building Die Wilgers, Pretoria from the Pretoria Institute for Architecture awarded to HolmJordaan Architects with Marguerite Pienaar as project architect.

2012 First Prize Murray and Roberts Des Baker Competition for Psycosis Theatric.


UNDERGRADUATE FIRST YEAR During first year the focus was mainly on concept design and execution. Spacial perception development and ergonometry. The mediums available ranged from simple models or maquettes to sketches, paint and even some theatre. No digital mediums were allowed and as previously mentioned the emphasis was on concept not technical resolve at all.

SECOND YEAR In the second year of studies basic pragmatism came to the forefront. It wasn’t simply about a great concept but

you had to understand the construction methods and drawings or drafting methods. Digital presentation was allowed but working drawings were still done by hand.

THIRD YEAR Third year was about urban environment and designing within a context. For the first time free reign was

available for presentation. The main difference was that project size and setting was scrutinized. Socio-politics were also investigated and uniformed formalism was a carnal sin.


PLATO’S BED Temporary modular shelter.

Brief: Design a unit for a traveler where, for a short period, he or she can rest, work, cleanse him or herself and obviously store luggage. Apart from the functional requirements you cannot neglect the travelers sensory and tactile experiences. The user and context are Universal. That said it is required that the traveler could be you and therefor you should represent yourself in the space. For this purpose you should make a figure/model of yourself on a scale of 1:10 that at least show a standing, seated and reclining position. The intention of the unit is to be entirely prefabricated and transported to wherever in shipping containers.(Interior dimensions 6050x2750x2750mm). At least two units must fit in to a shipping container. (Should you be in doubt leave at least 200mm all around for structure and cladding of the exterior of which the detail is not relevant for now). Response: The Brief was originally named “Plato’s bed, and Icelandic volcano and 2010”. Therefor it is clear that this brief originated from a rescue situation. Therefore the brief was reinterpreted to a certain degree. The Designed units fit three people (two would have been ineffective) and the person can shower use their own bathroom and sit or sleep on their bed. There is storage space for luggage above and below the bed. However for the bed to fit the length of a 184mm tall man as myself the bed had to be adapted and the foot end raised. (See details in sketch).This has two benefits. Firstly the bed is shorter and fits in the container and secondly it ensures good posture and relief for foot swelling. In order to save space the unit wasn’t stored in the container but rather retrofitted and a part of it.


KOPANONG Artist Studios and exhibition space The Pretoria Arts Museum has identified a need for a catalyst project on their site. Analysis: The site is situated on the edge between the CBD and the High dense residential area of Arcadia. It is surrounded by important functions such as The Union buildings, Loftus Versveld, a school and a church. The site itself is surrounded by high density housing on the North, East and Western sides. These residential building also supply most of the visitors to the park. North and South of the Site the growth of the city has resulted into two very busy streets. The streets make pedestrian movement in a North-South direction minimal and almost act as an urban barrier. Thus most of the movement on the site is either in a EastWest direction or diagonal. The northern park of the site is occupied by the parking lot on the North western side, the museum in the center and an undulating landscaping area North East. There are commercial nodes on the Eastern and Western side of the site. A big SPAR on the west and some smaller cafe’s and restaurants further to the east. Informal trade is also found on the sidewalks of the eastern and western borders with informal traders transiting in and out of the area on a daily basis. Informal transport nodes are situated on the corners of the site whilst formal bus pickups are located on the Northern and Eastern borders. When questioned me than seventy percent of users did not know what the Arts building was and more 90% had never visited it. 65% of the users school children and 70% of the children interviewed were interested in some or other form of arts as a possible career with music production, musician and graphic design being the two most popular. Other than being a recreational park the site also functions as an informal soccer field and drug trading area.


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Soccer fields

Intention: Initial conceptual sketches were focused on intercepting users along the East - West pedestrian crossing on the Eastern edge. The edge made a great feeding area with most of the pedestrians entering the site through one of to entrances. The first was an entrance on the middle which generally escorts users moving through the park and secondly an entrance to the south where people using the informal taxi’s enter or leave the area. The building area would be between or around these two entrances. The idea being to expose the public to not only art but the making of art. This necessitated not only a gallery that was more accessible but also the work of the artists being visible to the public.


Programmatic considerations: The program a creative assembly necessitates the following functions: • a gallery • a makers space or studio • a lecture space, • reception, • welcoming space. • Parking area, • a defined arrival space from informal transport. • a kitchenette for artists, • a living quarter for the artist and Ablution facilities for both artists and visitors.


Concept development: Further design development lead to a system that employed different geometrical precepts for different functions. The circulatory spaces that intercepted the East-West movement across the site was defined by a rectangular system of open spaces that was defined only by the structure, the roof above and the corresponding floor below, but no walls what so ever. These circulatory spaces did however not impede the thoroughfare of pedestrians across the site. It should however lead to further investigation. The more defined spaces were more organics and had very strong walls towards the outside although they were completely visually accessible from certain angles and the circulation spaces. This meant that there was a denial and reward system incorporated where people are giving the opportunity and motivation to explore the space, the only hindrance being your level of curiosity


PSYCHOSIS THEATRIC

http://futurecapetown.com/2012/09/day-one-of-architecture-za-2012/#.W2QhcNIzZhG

Des Baker 2012 [Joint] Gold Medal Winner. AZA Student Congress 2012. CPT. TEAM: Johann Wiese Christopher Mcclements Hardus de Bruyn Brief: Murray & Roberts Des Baker Architecture Students Design Competition 2012 RE-SCRIPTING ARCHITECTURE: AN ARCHITECTURE THAT RESCRIPTS The similarities between the production of architecture and cinema, or buildings and films, are easily suggested: script : the brief director : the architect storyboard : sketch design actors : materials editor : builder film : building audience : users Like the architect, the film director brings to life a set of experiences for the audience, defining the poetry, pauses, rhythms, and spaces of a story by deliberating chopping up ‘real’ space and recording it. The film director hardly ever writes the script for the film but rather accepts it as a set of instructions with a particular logic that needs to be interpreted and brought to life through their craft and creative instincts; the film director works from another person’s creative act. What would happen if architects worked from a script or a story - a creative act - that preceded them? The 2012 Des Baker competition requires you to locate, define and re-script a pre-existing ‘script’ through the combination of a set of logical processes and your creative instincts. A pre-existing ‘script’ might be any number of things - blueprints, buildings, sites, descriptions, stories, paintings, sculptures, films ect. The ‘script’ is a set of instructions that will decipher on how you will approach the design, the site and the programme for your project. The key is to analyse and define the logic embedded in the ‘script’ and record the logical and creative processes whereby you have translated/transported/transformed (re-scripted) this into an architectural entity. The result must be a poetic, powerful and well-considered architectural space that contributes to public life or public space. It must be located in a real site, and should be a maximum of about 1000 cubic meters of space. suggested reading: Robin Evans, ‘Translations from Drawing to Building’ (essay)


Architectural response: Des Baker is South Africa’s most prestigious competition for undergraduate students of architecture. The brief of 2012 entailed exploring architecture driven by a narrative and the exploration of industry expanding its horizons into other fields. We decided to explore architecture in film as it touched on both these subjects. We explored the theme of “memory as the architect” - Architecture that can act as a trigger to unlock suppressed memory as a means of creating space and experiences from the past. Psychosis Theatric serves to convey the relationship between physical (trigger) and mental (memory) spacial construction, and how these can inform the creation of a virtual space as plausible as real space.

Psychosis theatric uses the metaphors of capitalism as a means to illustrate the lack of interface in our public South African society.

Film and architecture both make use of sequential movements through space.

The ‘secret killing machine’ housed within the cooling tower represents the economic struggle between two competing corporate entities fighting for the control of the power supply market in Pretoria. Their struggle indicates a breakdown in human interaction and modern affinities and desire to connect beyond their own personal interests. Film and architecture are simultaneous in character. The succession of scenes in a montage creates a mental space that resists chronological comprehension. The attractive thing about architecture is that it makes space. It is the place of activity and movement. The user is his or her own film director. Architectural space is physical and, a fraction later in thought, like film, simultaneous in character.

These are strung together by memory. This spatial simultaneity is an important property for arriving at reflexivity. With this, we also run into a complication. Our society functions more and more by means not of totalitarian but pluralistic, simultaneous systems. We must, rather, make use of this schizophrenic simultaneity in order to develop an open architecture of specificity and indeterminateness with a permanent capacity for bowling over the representations. Inspired by the music of Amon Tobin, Atrium Carceri and Massive Attack; and the works of Bernard Tschumi and Factory Fifteen.


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PRACTICE BOOGERTMANN + PARTNERS During my second year of studies I worked as an intern at Boogertmann and Partners. I had the incredible

opportunity of working with an incredibly talented young architect, Francois Bredenkamp. I rented an apartment from him and we became good friends. During my time at the office I learned a lot about big corporate office culture and had the opportunity to work on some great projects and get some exposure in Urban Design.

HOLMJORDAAN ARCHITECTS Award winning Architects Morne and Marguerite Pienaar appointed me to work for them in 2015. This was a

smaller guerrilla tactics office that functioned as a team. I felt this much more suited my personality type and I thoroughly enjoyed my three years with the firm.


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Located on one of the busiest streets in the capital of South Africa, Nesau is a creative Campus that challenges the segregation of working and living spaces. The working and living spaces are shared in the same building with the living quarters set above the studios. The studio work space becomes a rite of passage for those entering the living spaces whilst the living space provides passive surveillance and a sense of ownership through simple vantage.

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WILGERS MEDICAL ARCHITECT: Marguerite Pienaar TEAM: Walter Raubenheimer, Kobus Vos, Hardus deBruyn, Leone Pieters. The narrow site for this medical pavilion (200m2) faces onto a sea of parking to its immediate north (belonging to the Wilgers Hospital), with residential buildings along all remaining sides. The massing and placement on site were determined by the balance between a tight budget, FAR and said parking regulations respectively, followed by the rest of the opposing forces described above. The medical pavilion was positioned to edge tightly along the northern boundary of the site, with cars tucked away neatly behind. A double volume defines the entrance, dramatically framed with the corner articulation that responds to its ambition of becoming a small landmark. The pavilion takes cues from the architectural history of Pretoria. Envisioned as a stoep with a pergola to its north, the consulting rooms are placed at the centre of a constrained envelope. The exterior is bagged and painted white (another nod at local traditions), with a smooth interior finish. Local materials were used as far as possible, with furniture pieces hailing the city figure-ground, whilst responding to the notions of ethics of medical practice rather than simply aesthetics. As such, an environment that embodies an embracing, warm and therapeutic sensibility underpinned all decisions in the choice of careful detailing. An urban roof garden, again hailing the distant urban history, creates a small sanctuary. A carefully considered screen that will ultimately become a green screen softens the proximity to road and parking lot onto which the building faces, whilst binding the northern faรงade. It also mitigates the climate of the interior of the building, along with sliding screens that were again the result of a meticulous design process.


DRAWINGS ARE NOT TO BE SCALED FOUNDATIONS TO ALL BOUNDARY WALLS ARE NOT TO ENCROACH BOUNDARY ALL ELECTRICAL AND PLUMBING WORK IS TO BE CARRIED OUT BY A REGISTERED TRADESMAN BRICKFORCE IS TO BE INSTALLED EVERY 5 COURSES OF BRICKWORK PROVIDE DPC TO WALL AT SLAB LEVEL, UNDER ALL CILLS DRAINAGE NOTES: AND TO ALL CHANGES IN FLOOR LEVELS

ALL PLUMBING AND DRAINAGE WORK AND INSTALLATION OF SANITARY FITTINGS TO COMPLY WITH THE RELEVANT LOCAL AUTHORITY BYE-LAWS, REGULATIONS AND REQUIREMENTS.

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Roof sheeting to be Concealed Fix Klip-Lok 700 0,5mm thick light industrial Z450 spelter galvanised steel sheeting and accessories fixed to timber purlins at 2000mm centres.

Roof Insulation to be 80mm thick lamdaboard high density closed cell Polyisocyanurate insulation colour white with Kraft facing, fixed concurrent with roof covering over purlins with “H” bar joiners screw fixed at 1200mm centres with 5mm gap between boards butt-joined over purlins

Roof sheeting to be Concealed Fix Klip-Lok 700 0,5mm thick light industrial Z450 spelter galvanised steel sheeting and accessories fixed to timber purlins at 2000mm centres.

Headwall flashing (Code FK78) to be Brownbuilt Klip-Lok 700 375mm girth, two times bent along girth and notched on site to suit roof profile. Counter flashing (Code FK77) to be Brownbuilt Klip-Lok 700 185mm girth, two times bent along girth.

Insulation to 270mm cavity walls to be Lamdaboard high density 35kg/m³ closed cell Polyisocyanurate insulation boarding with Kraft facing, 50mm thick, 1200mm wide with butt end joints fixed to inner skin of brick/block cavity wall with galvanised mild steel once bent support and holdback ties with fishtailed ends built into horizontal joints in wall at maximum 1200mm centres along top and bottom edges, including neatly notching board edges around wall ties, window and door frames

Headwall flashing (Code FK78) to be Brownbuilt Klip-Lok 700 375mm girth, two times bent along girth and notched on site to suit roof profile.

Height of parapet wall increased to 935 from underside of lintol

Counter flashing (Code FK77) to be Brownbuilt Klip-Lok 700 185mm girth, two times bent along girth.

Brick parapet wall acc. to engineer specification 255mm Thick reinforced concrete slab acc. to engineer specification

76mm x 52mm SA Pine purlin SA Pine rafter spaced at 1200mm c/c

Side wall flashing (Code FK79) to be Brownbuilt Klip-Lok 700 408mm girth, two times bent along girth.

38mm x 38mm SA Pine batten spaced at 600mm c/c

Pre-cast concrete lintel to support brickwork acc.to engineer specification Steel dowels built into wall acc. to architects detail

255mm Thick reinforced concrete slab acc. to engineer specification

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Plaster and Paint

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Ophthalmologist consultation room

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Kobus Vos

ARCHITECT's DETAILS

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NAME CSAT 20818 SACAP REG. NO.

255mm Thick reinforced concrete slab with 55mm step from gridline 2 acc. to engineer specification

SIGNED

2000mm x 300mm Opening in slab for creeper acc. to engineer specification

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220mm Facebrick plinth wall underneath ground floor slab acc. to engineer

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550mm Brick balustrade wall 1000mm high

Plaster & Paint

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5 GUILD HOUSE 239 BRONKHORST STREET NIEW MUCLENEUK 0181 SOUTH AFRICA PO.BOX. 1852 GROENKLOOF, 0027 PROJECT DESCRIPTION

First Floor Plan

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1000mm High balustrade

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Marguerite Pienaar Pr Arch 21051

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TEL: (012) 460 3226/7/8 FAX: (012) 346 4168 E-MAIL: pta.admin@holmjordaan.co.za

Proposed New Medical Centre, Portion 1 of ERF 1152, Die Wilgers, Pretoria CONSTRUCTION DRAWINGS

Ground Floor Plan

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DRAWING DESCRIPTION

Section C and D Reinforced concrete foundation acc. to engineer specification

Reinforced concrete foundation acc. to engineer specification

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Reinforced concrete foundation acc. to engineer specification

D 2 1Section : 50

Reinforced concrete foundation acc. to engineer specification

2017/11/24 11:52:46 PM

Insulation to 270mm cavity walls to be Lamdaboard high density 35kg/m³ closed cell Polyisocyanurate insulation boarding with Kraft facing, 50mm thick, 1200mm wide with butt end joints fixed to inner skin of brick/block cavity wall with galvanised mild steel once bent support and holdback ties with fishtailed ends built into horizontal joints in wall at maximum 1200mm centres along top and bottom edges, including neatly notching board edges around wall ties, window and door frames

Consulting Room 04

SIGNED

5565.00 5565

6mm Safety glass shopfront to underside of first floor slab acc. to specialist specification

Covered Entrance

220mm Facebrick plinth wall underneath ground floor slab acc. to engineer

Roof Plan

2975

6mm Safety glass shopfront to underside of first floor slab acc. to specialist specification

Disabled Toilet

DRAWN

-385

4695

8mm Thick Commercial plywood ceiling fixed to custom metal hanger system with 20mm thick plywood fins acc. to Architects detail

Rm.16

Plaster & Paint

3000

255mm Thick reinforced concrete slab acc. to engineer specification

New planted screen according to architect details with Betafence Nylofor 3-M and 358 Singleskin

N0-02

4

20352/5/2100

SA Pine rafter spaced at 1200mm c/c

Roof Garden

110mm Brick balustrade wall 1000mm high

110mm Brick balustrade wall 1000mm high

NAME

DATE ARCHITECT PROJECT

DATE

1000

N0-01

CLIENT's DETAILSREVISION NO.

DRAWING NUMBER

DT04

2975

SF10

DT09

2125mm High single skin brick wall to be plastered and painted acc. to exterior specification

SF04

2015/11/11

STRUCTURAL ENGINEER's DETAILS

Lintel height

76mm x 52mm SA Pine purlin 38mm x 38mm SA Pine batten spaced at 600mm c/c

SF05

6mm Safety glass shopfront to underside of lintel acc. to specialist specification

6mm Safety glass shopfront as per shopfront schedule acc. to specialist specification

NAME REGISTRATION NO.

One layer Derbigum SP4 waterproofing membrane, with 75mm side laps and 100mm end laps, sealed to primed surface to falls and crossfalls by 'torchfusion' finished with two coats Roofcote bituminous aluminum paint. Waterproofing to be installed by an Approved Derbigum Contractor under a ten year guarantee.

Side wall flashing (Code FK79) to be Brownbuilt Klip-Lok 700 408mm girth, two times bent along girth.

8mm Thick Commercial plywood ceiling fixed to custom metal hanger system acc. to Architects detail

Pre-cast concrete lintel to support brickwork acc.to engineer specification

2015-02-25

DATE

1 : 50

DATE

425

3195

255

4110

220mm Double masonry wall to be palstered and painted acc. to finishing schedule

Date

Ground Floor Plan

I

5915 270

255mm Thick reinforced concrete slab acc. to engineer specification

Slope and size of truss altered 2015-02-26 CONSTRUCTION DRAWINGS

2015 2017/11/24 11:49:57 PM

3220

30mm Thick Expanded polysterene EPS insulation board with a density of 16kf/m³

DRAWING DESCRIPTION

-SCALE

2365

Sand cement screed to fall of minimum 1:70 with minimum thicknes of 40mm according to engineers specifications

2720

B 1990

One layer Derbigum SP4 waterproofing membrane, with 75mm side laps and 100mm end laps, sealed to primed surface to falls and crossfalls by 'torchfusion' finished with two coats Roofcote bituminous aluminum paint. Waterproofing to be installed by an Approved Derbigum Contractor under a ten year guarantee.

Proposed New Medical Centre, PortionRevision 1 of ERF 1152, Die Schedule Wilgers, Pretoria

220mm Facebrick plinth wall underneath ground floor slab acc. to engineer

1

A

Slipsheet membrane to prtotect waterproofing from gravel according to engineer specifications

0 - 0.75 SQM 3mm GLASS 0,75 - 1,5 SQM 4mm GLASS 1,5 - NOTES: SQM 6mm GLASS TEL: (012) 460 3226/7/8 5 STEEL GUILD HOUSE FAX: (012) 346 4168 239 BRONKHORST ALL MILD STEEL COMPONENTS, AND ELEMENTS E-MAIL: STREET OPENING SECTIONS, WINDOWS SCREENS AND SIDELIGHTS LOWER TO BE PRIMED WITHFLOOR PLASCON, MILDSLIDING STEEL, OR pta.admin@holmjordaan.co.za NIEW MUCLENEUK THAN 500mm FROM 6MMMETALCARE SAFETY GLASS. ALKYD-BASED ZINK PHOSPHATE PRIMER ACC. TO 0181 FRENCH DOORS 6MM SAFETY GLASS WITH SAFETY PRODUCT DATA SHEET BEFORE INSTALATION SOUTH AFRICA INDICATORS. AFTER INSTALATION ALL ELEMENTS TO BE DOUBLE PO.BOX. 1852 CHECKED FOR DAMAGE ON PAINT TO BE MADE GOOD GROENKLOOF, 0027 PROJECT DESCRIPTION BEFORE APPLYING FINAL FINISHED COAT

Reinforced concrete foundation acc. to engineer specification 220

80mm Gravel fill using aggregate of mnimum 19mm diametre to be washed and cleaned of all loose debris before instalation fill to top of Creeper Frame

PROVIDE I.E.'S TO ALL BENDS AND JUNCTIONS WITH SUITABLE MARKERS AT GROUND LEVEL. MINIMUM FALL TO ALL DRAIN PIPES TO BE 1:40. PROVIDE APPROVED RESEAL TRAPS TO ALL WASTE FITTINGS. PROVIDE TO FOOT OF ALL SOIL STACKS. GLASSA.E. NOTES: I.E.'S TO WASTE PIPES TO BE FULLY ACCESSIBLE AT ALL TIMES. ALL DRAIN PIPES PASSING UNDER BUILDING OR FOOTINGS TO BE ENCASED IN CONCRETE OF MINIMUM 100mm THICKNESS ALL ROUND PIPE. First Floor Plan

N

C 1 1Section : 50

220mm Brick balustrade wall 1000mm high to be plastered and painted acc. to specification

SIGNED

ALL PLUMBING AND DRAINAGE WORK AND INSTALLATION OF SANITARY FITTINGS TO COMPLY WITH THE RELEVANT LOCAL AUTHORITY BYE-LAWS, REGULATIONS AND REQUIREMENTS.

4

Reinforced concrete foundation acc. to engineer specification

Floor Plan 1 1Ground : 50

Top of balustrade wall to recieve sand cement plastered coping and waterproofing acc. to specification

STRUCTURAL ENGINEER's DETAILS

BRICKFORCE IS TO BE INSTALLED EVERY 5 COURSES OF BRICKWORK NAME PROVIDE DPC TO WALL REGISTRATION NO. AT SLAB LEVEL, UNDER ALL CILLS DRAINAGE NOTES: AND TO ALL CHANGES IN FLOOR LEVELS

270

dpm

6mm Safety glass shopfront as per shopfront schedule acc. to specialist specification

SF04

ARCHITECT's DETAILS

IE

5375 255mm Thick reinforced concrete slab acc. to engineer specification

23040

Mild steel screen structure as per architects details acc. to engineer specification

DRAWINGS ARE NOT TO BE SCALED NAME FOUNDATIONS TO ALL BOUNDARY WALLS ARE NOT TO SACAP REG. NO. ENCROACH BOUNDARY ALL ELECTRICAL AND PLUMBING WORK IS TO BE CARRIED OUT DATE BY A REGISTERED TRADESMAN SIGNED

Underground storm water pipe acc. to engineer specification

22770

Lintel height New aluminium sliding screen acc. to Architects details 5310

NAME

DATE

New boundary wall plaster and paint Edge of roof above

Date

2975

400

Connect site drainage to municipal connection as per engineer specification

4670

400 400

4505

400

4145

400 400

Channel acc. to engineer specification

New built in wooden bench

Description

ANY INDISTINCTNESS OR INDISCREPANCIES MUST IMMEDIATELY BE POINTED OUT TO THE ARCHITECT FOR DATE RECTIFICATION OR EXPLANATION SIGNED BEFORE ANY CONSTRUCTION CAN COMMENCE.

3

220

Line of opening in roof slab acc. to engineer

2| 9088

IE

2270

920

CE

New planted screen Betafence Securifor 3510 to 2083mm high

9078

110

-385.00 -385

8

10 Covered

LintelEntrance height Rm.01 5310 Tiles

6mm Safety glass shopfront to underside of first floor slab acc. to specialist specification

Cut paving paterns

dpc

7

Reinforced concrete staircase wit 170mm risers and 300mm treads acc. to endineer specifications

N0-02

23040

dpc

6

No.

New DB acc. to èlectrical engineer 2015-01-15 FHR moved underneath stair 2015-01-15 Wall step from 220 to 110 moved 2015-02-02 100mm North Door relocated 2015-02-03 Shopfront replaced with 110mm brick 2015-02-03 wall GENERAL NOTES: 7 New frameless glass panel 2015-02-03 CONSTRUCTION MUST COMPLY 8 ALL MATERIALS 110mm AND non-loadbearing wall to become 2015-02-16 WITH THE220mm NATIONAL BUILDING loadbearing wall REGULATIONS INCLUDING ALL 9 (ACT NO 103 DoorOF 021977) position altered 2015-02-16 AMMENDMENTS AS WELL AS THE BY-LAWS OF THE 10 Door 04 position altered 2015-02-16 LOCAL AUTHORITIES. 11 Planter openings in slab to move 50mm 2015-02-16 South to allow for reinforcing steel ALL LEVELS DIMENSIONS AND STEPS ARE TO BE CHECKED AND VERIFIED ON SITE BEFORE COMMENCING WITH ANY CLIENT's DETAILS WORK.

in place

DT03

N0-01

5

9

255mm Thick reinforced concrete slab acc. to engineer specification

6mm Safety glass shopfront to underside of first floor slab acc. to specialist specification

4

2| 4101

Timber and safetyglass pivot door to open outwards with self closing mechanism

Concrete slab with downstand beam

New built in bench

2| 9088

Counter flashing (Code FK77) to be Reception Brownbuilt Klip-Lok 700 185mm girth, counter to two times bent along girth. detail Brick parapet wall acc. to engineer specification

2794

Gravel

3055

Side wall flashing (Code FK79) to be Brownbuilt Klip-Lok 700 408mm girth, two times bent along girth.

New aluminium sliding screen acc. to Architects details WT02 6mm SafetyN0-04 glass shopfront to underside of lintel acc. to specialist specification

SF08

Mild steel downpipe outlet acc. to architects detail to follow

Rainwater system acc. to architects detail to follow DT03 DT05

2 3 4

5565

5 6

1900

Tiles 20 m²

321

116

Line of slab above

2120

205

50

Rm.13

255mm Thick reinforced concrete slab acc. to engineer specification 3055 Facebrick plinth wall 110 220mm underneath ground floor slab acc. to engineer

4145 2| 9087

4505

2200

N0-01

2140

Rm.26

3 2 1 1000mm high steel and plywood balustrade acc. to architacts details

Ground Floor Plan

N0-02

Plaster and Paint

N0-01

220

Tiles 26 m²

DT02

SF06

255mm Thick reinforced concrete slab acc. to engineer in place specification Brick wall to keep gravel

6575

55

927

270Rm.02

3

New planted screen according to architect details with Betafence Nylofor 3-M and 358 Singleskin

Roof Plan

2

220

5

1200

Reception

1310

2

New 110mm PVC drain pipe at min 1:60 fall from out building

6

14 m²

Brick parapet wall acc. to engineer specification

Revision Schedule

Exi line sting canc to be seve r spe elle cial d ac ist c. to

7

Existing boundary wall

270

1

255

8

First Floor Plan

Parking Area

IE

1

Headwall flashing (Code FK78) to be Brownbuilt Klip-Lok 700 375mm girth, two times bent along girth and notched on site to suit roof profile.

New built in wooden bench

6mm Safety glass shopfront to underside of lintel acc. to specialist specification 9

Rm.04 1245 Tiles

HALLWAY

2590.00 2590

855

55

DB acc. to electrical engineer

950

2975

30m FHR 1x4.5kg DCP 1x5kg CO2 2CA FB13 F13 F4

Safety glass side hung door to open outwards with fire rated glazing and break glass box thumb turn lock and self closing mechanism

1270

N0-03

2140

8mm Thick Birch plywood ceiling fixed DB to custom metal hanger system acc. to Architects detail

1000mm High balustrade

S

2000

E3

3mm GLASS 4mm GLASS 6mm GLASS

ALL MILD STEEL COMPONENTS, AND ELEMENTS OPENING SECTIONS, WINDOWS SCREENS AND SIDELIGHTS LOWER TO BE500mm PRIMED WITHFLOOR PLASCON, MILDSLIDING STEEL, OR THAN FROM 6MMMETALCARE SAFETY GLASS. ALKYD-BASED ZINK PHOSPHATE PRIMER ACC. TO FRENCH DOORS 6MM SAFETY GLASS WITH SAFETY PRODUCT DATA SHEET BEFORE INSTALATION INDICATORS. AFTER INSTALATION ALL ELEMENTS TO BE DOUBLE CHECKED FOR DAMAGE ON PAINT TO BE MADE GOOD BEFORE APPLYING FINAL FINISHED COAT

Glass shopfront to underside of first floor slab

2| 9087

2 9078

0 - 0.75 SQM 0,75 - 1,5 SQM STEEL- NOTES: 1,5 SQM

Edge of roof above CE

1

1420

2| 4100

220

1 2

Bagged plaster and paint

Tiles 14 m²

1

Ophthalmologist consultation room

1| 4100

SF06

N0-01

DT05

Existing boundary wall

Rm.05

DT02

SF08

Rm.29 Tiles 7 m²

CE

DT02

38mm x 38mm SA Pine batten spaced at 600mm c/c

Lobby

4

2

S

Consulting Room 02 2905

SA Pine rafter spaced at 1200mm c/c

1625

Tiles 2 m²

2305

2305

N0-02

1050

Rm.11

WC

N0-01

N0-01

DT03

1255

E3

Toilet

WT01

3

2200

N0-04

50 Plan Roof

5565 5565.00

115

Tiles 3 m²

Brick parapet wall acc. to engineer specification 2145 76mm x 52mm SA Pine purlin

DT02

DT03

Rm.10

4

S

4505

1160

DT02

Disabled Toilet

Stairs

AE

100

N0-01

Roof sheeting to be Concealed Fix KlipLok 700 0,5mm thick light industrial Z450 spelter galvanised steel sheeting and accessories fixed to timber purlins at 2000mm centres. Sheet matel gutter acc. to engineer specification

N0-05

WC

N0-02

S

1500

Roof Insulation to be 80mm thick lamdaboard high Consulting Consulting density closed Room 04 cell Polyisocyanurate insulation colour Room 03 whiteRm.07 with Kraft facing, fixed concurrent with roof Rm.06 Tilesover purlins with “H” bar joiners screw fixed Tiles covering at 14 m² 1200mm centres with 5mm gap between boards butt-14 m² joined over purlins

220

whb

WT01

270

DT04

7725

1800

Connect building drainage to site IE drainage as per engineer specification

Opening in slab acc. to engineer

N0-02

1216

Frameless glass panel from finnished floor level to soffit

whb

AC console units x 3 1132

DT04

N0-03

N0-03

Tiles 2 m²

270

2000 2015

2

599

New aluminium sliding screen acc. to Architects details solinoid to open screen

New steel green screen acc. to Architects details

2000

1826

SF03

SF04

3030

New 110mm PVC drain pipe at min 1:60 fall

110

270

3220 3220

Opening in slab acc. to engineer

230

DT04

N0-04

648

270

270 3030

3030 110

1160

7975

1160

911

Opening in slab acc. to engineer

1130

DT04

DT03 Rm.09

WC

N0-03

AC console units x 3

Opening in slab acc. to engineer

Toilet WT04

220

0220

49 110

920

920

790

2975

to 0 e 1:6 pip in in t m dra a C tion PV ec m nn 0m co 11 ipal ew ic N un m l fa

904

AE

220

220

3165 3165

SF02

Plinth wall underneath ground floor slab acc. to engineer

Consulting Room 05

S

Tiles 17 m²

IE

960

3000

Mild steel grid acc. to architects detail to follow New 110mm PVC drain pipe at min 1:60 fall underneath toe of building

New steel green screen acc. to Architects details

AE

Rm.08

2| 4101

110

SF05

100mm dia Single stack with 2-way vent

2965

Butt joint corner

Glass shopfront to underside of first floor slab

IE

220

3000 3165 3165

1819

New aluminium sliding screen acc. to Architects details solinoid to open screen

IE

CE

220

2768 3220

1265

3000

2270

270

220

2365

3375

1930

2176

452 1990 2204

270

2654

110

12525

255

1824

220

2720

270

2176

SF01

2204

170 85

D

2| 4100

C

1| 4100

B

1| 4101

A

DATE

2015/11/11

1 : 50

Section B 1 1Perimeter 20352/5/4101 : 20 1

DRAWING NUMBER

REVISION NO.

PROJECT ARCHITECT

DRAWN

Marguerite Pienaar Pr Arch 21051

Kobus Vos CSAT 20818

PROJECT NUMBER

20 352

Reinforced concrete foundations acc. to engineer specification

938 -2340


50x 50 x 2

Floor External Door Section Structure 1 1First : 10 4

3

2

GENERAL NOTES:

1

Roof Insulation to be 80mm thick lamdaboard high density closed cell Polyisocyanurate insulation colour white with Kraft facing, fixed concurrent with roof covering over purlins with “H” bar joiners screw fixed at 1200mm centres with 5mm gap between boards buttjoined over purlins

2905

2000

1245

1310

Side wall flashing (Code FK79) to be Brownbuilt Klip-Lok 700 408mm girth, two times bent along girth.

ANY INDISTINCTNESS OR INDISCREPANCIES MUST IMMEDIATELY BE POINTED OUT TO THE ARCHITECT FOR RECTIFICATION OR EXPLANATION BEFORE ANY CONSTRUCTION CAN COMMENCE.

Headwall flashing (Code FK78) to be Brownbuilt Klip-Lok 700 375mm girth, two times bent along girth and notched on site to suit roof profile.

116

Lintel height

5310

Concrete slab with downstand beam

Consultation room

6mm Safety glass shopfront to underside of lintel acc. to specialist specification

Reinforced concrete staircase wit 170mm risers and 300mm treads acc. to endineer specifications

255mm Thick reinforced concrete slab acc. to engineer specification

dpc 255

dpc

dpm

dpc

220mm Facebrick plinth wall underneath ground floor slab acc. to engineer

391

dpm

167

Reinforced concrete foundation acc. to engineer specification

3

Revision Schedule

1

220

F

735

3620 270

1585

4110

490

195

3195

50 5

1530

H

3220

9550

2485 160

270 65 50 5 100 5 Roof Insulation to be 80mm thick lamdaboard high density closed cell Polyisocyanurate insulation colour white with Kraft facing, fixed concurrent with roof covering over purlins with “H” bar joiners screw fixed at 1200mm centres with 5mm gap between boards butt-joined over purlins

G

3165

9280

5 50 65

270

65 50 5 100 5

5915 3375

2485

1530

125

1367x1529x12mm Marine Plywood fixed to 50x 50 x 2,5mm Cold Formed Square Hollow Sections. Finish: Rubiomonocoat OIL PLUS 2C. Colour: 5% White

76mm x 52mm SA Pine purlin

100x50x3 Cold Formed Rectangular Hollow Section

255mm Thick reinforced concrete slab acc. to engineer specification

SA Pine rafter spaced at 1200mm c/c

Side wall flashing (Code FK79) to be Brownbuilt Klip-Lok 700 408mm girth, two times bent along girth.

50x 50 x 2,5mm Cold Formed Square Hollow Section

38mm x 38mm SA Pine batten spaced at 600mm c/c SF05

110mm Brick balustrade wall 1000mm high

3000 50

1918

100x50x3 Cold Formed Rectangular Hollow Section

Pre-cast concrete lintel to 1530 support brickwork acc.to engineer specification Steel dowels built into wall acc. to architects detail

1480

50x 50 x 2,5mm Cold Formed Square Hollow Section

Disabled Toilet Rm.10

220mm Facebrick plinth wall underneath ground floor slab acc. to engineer

Consulting Room 04

Consulting Room 03

Plaster and Paint

Plaster and Paint

Rm.07

Tiles 3 m²

DT04 N0-04

Rm.06

DT04 N0-03

Consulting Room 02

consultation room

Plaster & Paint

Plaster and Paint

Rm.05

N0-02

Rm.01

Plaster and Paint

Rm.02

DT04

255mm Thick reinforced concrete slab acc. to engineer specification

N0-01

415x1529x12mm Marine Plywood fixed to 50x 50 x 2,5mm Cold Formed Square Hollow Sections. Finish: Rubiomonocoat OIL PLUS 2C. Colour: 5% White

dpc dpm

Floor External Door Section Structure 1 1First : 10 Reinforced concrete foundation acc. to engineer specification

D 2 1Section : 50

D

50x 50 x 2,5mm Cold Formed Square Hollow Section

25x25x3 Hot Rolled Equal Leg Angle welded to 50x50 x 2mm Cold Formed Square Hollow Section 1945x167x6,5mm Clear laminated safety glass according to SANS 10400

First Floor Plan

2590 2590.00

100x50x3 Cold Formed Rectangular Hollow Section 0TEL: (012)- 460 0.753226/7/8 SQM 3mm GLASS 5 GUILD HOUSE 0,75FAX: (012) - 1,5 346 SQM 4mm GLASS 4168 239 BRONKHORST STEEL 1,5 - NOTES: SQM 6mm GLASS E-MAIL: STREET pta.admin@holmjordaan.co.za MUCLENEUK 50x 50 NIEW x 2,5mm Cold Formed ALL MILD STEEL COMPONENTS, AND ELEM OPENING SECTIONS, WINDOWS SCREENS AND SIDELIGHTS LO Square0181 Hollow Section TO BE PRIMED WITH PLASCON, MILDSLID ST THAN 500mm FROM FLOOR 6MMMETALCARE SAFETY GLASS. SOUTH AFRICA ALKYD-BASED ZINK PHOSPHATE PRIMER ACC. TO FRENCH DOORS 6MM SAFETY GLASS WITH SAFETY PO.BOX. 1852 PRODUCT DATA SHEET BEFORE INSTALATION INDICATORS. GROENKLOOF, 0027 AFTER INSTALATION ALL ELEMENTS TO BE DOUBLE PROJECT DESCRIPTION CHECKED FOR DAMAGE ON PAINT TO BE MADE GOO 175x1503x6,5mm Clear laminated safety glass BEFORE APPLYING FINAL FINISHED COAT according to SANS 10400

Proposed New Medical Centre, Portion 1 of ERF 1152, Die Revision Schedule Wilgers, Pretoria

25x25x3 Hot Rolled Equal Leg Angle welded to 50x50 x 2mm Cold Formed Square Hollow Section 50x 50 x 2,5mm Cold Formed Square Hollow Section

Ground Floor Plan

-385 -385.00

No.

Description

CONSTRUCTION DRAWINGS

415x1529x5mm Mild Steel Sheet with powder coating finish. White collour according to DRAWING DESCRIPTION architects spesifications.t

Section C and D

90 69

Door hinge according to specialist

Reinforced concrete foundation acc. to engineer specification

Door hinge according to specialist

Door hinge according to specialist

5 56

dpm

220mm Facebrick plinth wall underneath ground floor slab acc. to engineer Precast concrete water channel acc. to engineer specification

PROVIDE I.E.'S TO ALL BENDS AND JUNCTIONS WITH SUITABLE MARKERS AT GROUND LEVEL. MINIMUM FALL TO ALL DRAIN PIPES TO BE 1:40. PROVIDE APPROVED RESEAL TRAPS TO ALL WASTE FITTINGS. PROVIDE A.E. TO FOOT OF ALL SOIL STACKS. GLASS NOTES: I.E.'S TO WASTE PIPES TO BE FULLY ACCESSIBLE AT TIMES. ALL DRAIN PIPES PASSING UNDER BUILDING OR FOO TO BE ENCASED IN CONCRETE OF MINIMUM 100mm THICKNESS ALL ROUND PIPE.

50x50x3 Cold Formed Rectangular Hollow Section

50x 50 x 2,5mm Cold Formed Square Hollow Section

550mm Brick balustrade wall 1000mm high

Plaster & Paint

50x 50 x 2,5mm Cold Formed Square Hollow Section

dpc

Lintel height

ALL PLUMBING AND DRAINAGE WORK AND INSTALLA OF SANITARY FITTINGS TO COMPLY WITH THE RELEV LOCAL AUTHORITY BYE-LAWS, REGULATIONS AND REQUIREMENTS.

100x50x6mm Mild steel unequal leg angle door frame fixed to 220mm masonary wall with steel solids welded to angle and epoxied into masonry wall

5310

1000mm High balustrade

Reception

Rm.04

25x25x3 Hot Rolled Equal Leg Angle welded to 50x50 x DT04 2mm Cold Formed Square Hollow Section

Roof Plan

6mm Safety glass shopfront to underside of first floor slab acc. to specialist specification

Covered Entrance 886

255mm Thick reinforced concrete slab acc. to engineer specification

175x1503x6,5mm Clear laminated safety glass according Ophthalmologist to SANS 10400

976

6mm Safety glass shopfront to underside of first floor slab acc. to specialist specification

Insulation to 270mm cavity walls to be Lamdaboard high density 35kg/m³ closed cell Polyisocyanurate insulation boarding with Kraft facing, 50mm thick, 1200mm wide with butt end joints fixed to inner skin of brick/block cavity wall with galvanised mild steel once bent support and holdback ties with fishtailed ends built into horizontal joints in wall at maximum 1200mm centres along top and bottom edges, including neatly notching board edges around wall ties, window and door frames

8mm Thick Commercial plywood ceiling fixed to custom metal hanger system with 20mm thick plywood fins acc. to Architects detail

Plaster & Paint

255mm Thick reinforced concrete slab acc. to engineer specification

1367x1529x5mm Mild Steel Sheet with powder coating finish. White collour according to architects spesifications.

SA Pine rafter spaced at 1200mm c/c

10 90

1945x167x6,5mm Clear laminated Garden Rm.16 safety glass according to SANS 10400

110mm Brick balustrade wall 1000mm high

10

25x25x3 Hot Rolled Equal Leg Angle welded to 50x50 x 2mm Cold Formed Square Hollow Section Roof

N0-01

2157

DT09

6mm Safety glass shopfront to underside of lintel acc. to specialist specification

IMMEDIATELY BE POINTED OUT TO THE ARCHITECT FOR RECTIFICATION OR EXPLANATION BEFORE ANY CONSTRUCTION CAN COMMENCE.

SACAP REG. NO.

5565.00 5565

76mm x 52mm SA Pine purlin 38mm x 38mm SA Pine batten spaced at 600mm c/c

Door hinge according to specialist SF10

2092

8mm Thick Commercial plywood ceiling fixed to custom metal hanger system acc. to Architects detail

ALL LEVELS DIMENSIONS AND STEPS ARE TO BE CH AND VERIFIED ON SITE BEFORE COMMENCING WITH WORK.

DRAWINGS ARE NOT TO BE SCALED 100x65x8mm Mild Steel unequal leg angle FOUNDATIONS TO ALL BOUNDARY WALLS ARE NOT T DATE SIGNED door frame with solid steel rounds epoxy ENCROACH BOUNDARY fixed into masonary wall. Primed according ELECTRICAL AND PLUMBING WORK IS TO BE CA STRUCTURAL ENGINEER'sALLDETAILS to general notes spesification. Finished OUT with non-drip enamel paint, white colour to NAME BY A REGISTERED TRADESMAN match colour of masonary wall Door hinge according to specialist REGISTRATION NO. BRICKFORCE IS TO BE INSTALLED EVERY 5 COURSE BRICKWORK 1972X635X5mm Mild Steel Sheet with powder PROVIDE DPC TO WALL AT SLAB LEVEL, UNDER ALL coating finish. DATE White collour according to architects SIGNED DRAINAGE NOTES: AND TO ALL CHANGES IN FLOOR LEVELS spesifications

One layer Derbigum SP4 waterproofing membrane, with 75mm side laps and 100mm end laps, sealed to primed surface to falls and crossfalls by 'torchfusion' finished with two coats Roofcote bituminous aluminum paint. Waterproofing to be installed by an Approved Derbigum Contractor under a ten year guarantee. Brick parapet wall acc. to engineer specification

SIGNED

ANY INDISTINCTNESS OR INDISCREPANCIES MUST ARCHITECT's DETAILS

50x 50 x NAME 2,5mm Cold Formed Square Hollow Section

Headwall flashing (Code FK78) to be Brownbuilt Klip-Lok 700 375mm girth, two times bent along girth and notched on site to suit roof profile. Counter flashing (Code FK77) to be Brownbuilt Klip-Lok 700 185mm girth, two times bent along girth.

50

DATE

5 50 65

Roof sheeting to be Concealed Fix Klip-Lok 700 0,5mm thick light industrial Z450 spelter galvanised steel sheeting and accessories fixed to timber purlins at 2000mm centres.

5 5 50 65 90

Side wall flashing (Code FK79) to be Brownbuilt Klip-Lok 700 408mm girth, two times bent along girth.

Headwall flashing (Code FK78) to be Brownbuilt Klip-Lok 700 375mm girth, two times bent along girth and notched on site to suit roof profile.

977

Counter flashing (Code FK77) to be Brownbuilt Klip-Lok 700 185mm girth, two times bent along girth.

Insulation to 270mm cavity walls to be Lamdaboard high density 35kg/m³ closed Door hinge according to specialist cell Polyisocyanurate insulation boarding with Kraft facing, 50mm thick, 1200mm wide with butt end joints fixed to inner skin of brick/block cavity wall with 1972x635x12mm fixed toties 50xwith 50 xfishtailed ends galvanised mild steel once bentMarine supportPlywood and holdback 2,5mm ColdinFormed Hollow Sections. Finish: built into horizontal joints wall at Square maximum 1200mm centres along top and PLUS board 2C. Colour: Whitewall ties, window bottom edges,Rubiomonocoat including neatlyOIL notching edges5% around and door frames 100x50x6mm Mild steel unequal leg angle door frame fixed to 220mm masonary wall with steel solids welded to angle and epoxied into masonry wall

NAME

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797

Roof sheeting to be Concealed Fix Klip-Lok 700 0,5mm thick light industrial Z450 spelter galvanised50 steel sheeting and accessories fixed to timber purlins at 2000mm centres.

Floor 4 1First :2

CLIENT's DETAILS LOCAL AUTHORITIES.

1585

1275 195

2015-02-26

ALL MATERIALS AND CONSTRUCTION MUST COMPLY WITH THE NATIONAL BUILDING REGULATIONS (ACT NO 103 OF 1977) INCLUDING ALL AMMENDMENTS AS WELL AS THE BY-LAWS OF THE

735

220

Date

2015-02-25

GENERAL NOTES:

50x 50 x 2,5mm Cold Formed Square Hollow Section

Roof Insulation to be 80mm thick lamdaboard high density 100x65x8mm Mild Steel unequal leg angle closed cell Polyisocyanurate insulation colour white with door Kraftframe with solid steel rounds epoxy over fixed purlins into masonary facing, fixed concurrent with roof covering with “H”wall. Primed according to general notes spesification. bar joiners screw fixed at 1200mm centres with 5mm gap Finished with non-drip enamel paint, white colour to between boards butt-joined over purlins match colour of masonary wall

Description

Height of parapet wall increased to 935 from underside of lintol Slope and size of truss altered

3

270

490

5mm Thick Flat plate door handle with cutouts according to elevation

2615

5375

160

270

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Reinforced concrete foundation acc. to engineer specification

50x 50 x 2,5mm Cold Formed Square Hollow Section -SCALE

Floor External Door Section 2 1First : 10

Reinforced concrete foundation acc. to engineer specification

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255

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2975

C 2365

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800

1000

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Floor External Door Plan 3 1First : 25

Reinforced concrete foundation acc. to engineer specification

White

ALL MILD STEEL COMPONENTS, SCREENS AND ELEMENTS Door WINDOWS hinge according to SIDELIGHTS specialist OPENING SECTIONS, AND LOWER TO BE500mm PRIMED WITHFLOOR PLASCON, MILDSLIDING STEEL, OR THAN FROM 6MMMETALCARE SAFETY GLASS. ALKYD-BASED ZINK PHOSPHATE PRIMER ACC. TO FRENCH DOORS 6MM WITH SAFETY 50x 50SAFETY x 2,5mm GLASS Cold Formed Square Hollow PRODUCT DATA SHEET BEFORE INSTALATION INDICATORS. Section ClearALL laminated safety glass according to SANS 10400 AFTER INSTALATION ELEMENTS TO BE DOUBLE CHECKED FOR DAMAGE ON PAINT BE MADE GOOD 50x 50 x 2,5mm ColdTO Formed BEFORE APPLYING FINAL FINISHED Square Hollow SectionCOAT

5 9041

736

-385.00 -385

12mm Marine Plywood fixed to 50x 50 x 2,5mm 0 - 0.75 SQM 3mm GLASS Cold Formed Square Hollow Sections. Finish: 0,75 - 1,5 SQM 4mm GLASS Rubiomonocoat OIL PLUS 2C. Colour: 5% STEEL- NOTES: 1,5 SQM 6mm GLASS

2500

New planted screen Betafence Securifor 3510 to 2083mm high

903

2 9078

220mm Facebrick plinth wall underneath ground floor slab acc. to engineer

Isoboard® high density 32-36kg/m³ rigid extruded polystyrene 100% closed cell insulation boarding 40mm thick x 600mm wide with tongue and groove joints

1597

6mm Safety glass shopfront to underside of first floor slab acc. to specialist specification

255mm Thick reinforced concrete slab acc. to engineer specification

1484

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5 50 50 195 50

2975

DT03

1589

N0-01

N0-01

4 55 50 50 50

DT03

DT05

6mm Safety glass shopfront to underside of first floor slab acc. to specialist specification

Ground Floor Plan

9041

50

255mm Thick reinforced concrete slab acc. to engineer specification

Bagged plaster and paint

Parking Area

270mm plastered and painted

cavity wall PROVIDE I.E.'S TOmassonry ALL BENDS AND JUNCTIONS WITH SUITABLE Door hinge according to specialist MARKERS AT GROUND LEVEL. MINIMUM FALL TO ALL DRAIN PIPES TO BE 1:40. 100x50x3 Cold Formed PROVIDE APPROVED RESEAL TRAPS TO ALL WASTE Rectangular Hollow Section FITTINGS. PROVIDE A.E. TO FOOT OF ALL SOIL STACKS. GLASS NOTES: I.E.'S TO WASTE PIPES TO BE FULLY ACCESSIBLE AT ALL 5mm Mild Steel Sheet with powder TIMES. coating finish. White collour according ALL DRAIN PIPEStoPASSING BUILDING OR FOOTINGS architects UNDER spesifications TO BE ENCASED IN CONCRETE OF MINIMUM 100mm THICKNESS ALL ROUND PIPE.

4

1000mm high steel and plywood balustrade acc. to architacts details 255mm Thick reinforced concrete slab acc. to engineer specification

Existing boundary wall

ALL PLUMBING AND DRAINAGE WORK AND INSTALLATION OF SANITARY FITTINGS TO COMPLY WITH THE RELEVANT LOCAL AUTHORITY BYE-LAWS, REGULATIONS AND REQUIREMENTS.

2500

First Floor Plan

2590.00 2590

SF08

255

Existing boundary wall

New aluminium sliding screen acc. to Architects details

2794

Rm.13

Plaster and Paint

SF06

6mm Safety glass shopfront to underside of lintel acc. to specialist specification

2654

8mm Thick Birch plywood ceiling fixed to custom metal hanger system acc. to Architects detail

BRICKFORCE IS TO BE INSTALLED EVERY 5 COURSES OF BRICKWORK PROVIDE DPC TO WALL AT SLAB LEVEL, UNDER ALL CILLS DRAINAGE NOTES: AND TO ALL CHANGES IN FLOOR LEVELS

2720

2975

38mm x 38mm SA Pine batten spaced at 600mm c/c

DRAWINGS ARE NOT TO BE SCALED FOUNDATIONS TO ALL BOUNDARY WALLS ARE NOT TO ENCROACH BOUNDARY ALL ELECTRICAL AND PLUMBING WORK IS TO BE CARRIED OUT BY A REGISTERED TRADESMAN

EXTERIOR

Brick parapet wall acc. to engineer specification

SA Pine rafter spaced at 1200mm c/c

INTERIOR

76mm x 52mm SA Pine purlin

920

Counter flashing (Code FK77) to be Brownbuilt Klip-Lok 700 185mm girth, two times bent along girth. 321

Brick parapet wall acc. to engineer specification 205

Roof Plan

ALL LEVELS DIMENSIONS AND STEPS ARE TO BE CHECKED AND VERIFIED ON SITE BEFORE COMMENCING WITH ANY WORK.

270

Roof sheeting to be Concealed Fix KlipLok 700 0,5mm thick light industrial Z450 spelter galvanised steel sheeting and accessories fixed to timber purlins at 2000mm centres. Sheet matel gutter acc. to engineer specification

5565 5565.00

ALL MATERIALS AND CONSTRUCTION MUST COMPLY WITH THE NATIONAL BUILDING REGULATIONS (ACT NO 103 OF 1977) INCLUDING ALL AMMENDMENTS AS WELL AS THE BY-LAWS OF THE LOCAL AUTHORITIES.

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DATE

2015/11/11

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REVISION NO.

20352/5/4101 PROJECT ARCHITECT

DRAWN

Marguerite Pienaar Pr Arch 21051

Kobus Vos CSAT 20818

NAME

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CLIENT's DETAILS

DATE PROJECT NUMBER

SIGNED

ARCHITECT's DETAILS

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NAME SACAP REG. NO.

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UNDERGRADUATE IDIOSYNCRASY ARCHITECTURE

PHOTOGRAPHY I have always been drawn to photography. I started taking photos of my friend doing heroic stunts on

their skateboards. Thereafter I started taking sports photos for the school paper and eventually took photography as an additional subject at school where I learned how to develop and roll my own film and prints.

GRAPHIC DESIGN My first two years of University were paid by money I made as a freelance graphic designer. I had no idea of what I was doing but I quickly found my way. By the end of my second year I was outsourcing most of the work to lecturers of the University’s Information design department. I have had the opportunity to design for some big clients like the AZA Congress and the PPC Imaginarium.

VISUALIZATION For some odd reason I always end up trying to make buildings look pretty. I have done extensive

Architectural visualization in various formats and platforms including animations and Virtual Reality. My most ambitious project included to design and setup of a virtual world (called level design) for a first person shooter game. The game was never published but I enjoyed the process and I think its an amazing way to virtually interact with digital architecture.


BRUYN ONTWERP Logo Design

The logo is developed as a abstraction of the Golden Ratio.

VISUAL IDENTITY & BRANDING As part of our studies we were encouraged to develop our own brand or identity. For my personal brand I chose to develop a shortened version of my Surname which is “de Bruyn�. The surname de Bruyn is relalted to the colour brown and thus it seemed obvious to keep this relationship in the branding.

Digital strategy:

Brand strategy

Upon decideding how to aproach the brand. It seemed obvious to stay away from a printed brand and encourporate a digital approach as fas as possible. Thus a personal portfolio website, instagram account, facebook account and email was created to showcase work and develop and communicate ideas with others who might be interested.

Social media platforms allow focused content that is shareable to individuals with specific interests. Thus the social media platforms, similar to the portfolio, will act as links back to the website where dialogue and data is captured. Due to the concenced nature of social media various portions of an article or project is scheduled to allow continious exposure to the same article without a repitition of posts. This is also stagered in between other posts to make sure that the content is spead and not menotonous.


Colour Palette

The palette is primarilly inspired by the Brown surname. This is complimented by the blue. The grey tones act as gradient colours. The palette is desaturated because of the discretionary nature of Architecture in contradiction to the bright saturated palletes normally used in graphic media.

Stationary

It has to be said that some form of stationary might be neccesary initially. Thus it was decided to design businesscards and a Portfolio. The Portfolio was designed to be as compact as possible and to offer options for further reading on the website. By sending those who are interested to the website, dialogue can be established, which would be dificult through an extensive printed document.


HARDUS DE BRUYN @bruynontwerp hardus@bruyn.co.za 082 690 8848

Hardus de Bruyn - Undergraduate Architecture Portfolio  

a Collection of works done by Hardus de Bruyn with other individuals as mentioned as part of the application for the honours programme at th...

Hardus de Bruyn - Undergraduate Architecture Portfolio  

a Collection of works done by Hardus de Bruyn with other individuals as mentioned as part of the application for the honours programme at th...

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