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& CONVENTION CENTER

EXHIBITION

EXHIBITION

& CONVENTION CENTER


EXHIBITION CENTER OF SHERBROOKE Sherbrooke, Québec, Canada Conception Architect + 3D CCM² – Côté Chabot Morel architects Conception Team Yan Laplante, Mathieu Morel, Pierre Morel Validation Team Julie Nadeau, Aryann Gosselin Conception Engineer SNC Lavalin Realization Architect ArchiTech Design Inc. Realization Structural Jean-Marc Dugré, engineer Realization Mecanical/electrical + civil EXP Area 9,570 m² Photographer Stéphane Groleau / stephanegroleau.com

Located near the downtown of Sherbrooke, the Exhibition Center serves as a gathering place and a unique representation in the region. The project's main objective is to create divisible exhibition areas if needed for dedicated events for the wide public. The program includes the creation of exhibition halls, meeting rooms, offices, central hall, cloakroom, ticket office, restaurant and other technical spaces. The total project area is approximately 9,570 square meters. The main exhibition hall of 5,574 square meters, designed according to the highest standards in terms of functionality and specialized equipments, can be divided into three exhibition spaces when various events take place simultaneously. On both sides of the exhibition spaces, the related services are stated. On one side, the technical spaces contain the loading areas, storage areas and recycling areas. While on the other side, public spaces include the lobby, cloakroom, ticket office, services, restaurant and

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meeting rooms on the second floor. Upon arrival on the site, the visitor sees a large glass wall that shows partially the internal activity of the exhibition center. The main hall contains the essential services and allows visitors to walk through a space flooded by natural light. The pixels pattern on the glass surface created by a semi-transparent film adds a light veil on the indoor activities taking place in the hall and adds a subtle texture to the glass wall. From the outside, the angular shape rises and highlights the main entrance. Sculpted and defined as a break of the glass block, the main entrance is the key element of the project and marks the transition between the exterior and the interior environment. The use of bright yellow color shows the internal activity of the exhibition center. This color sequence animates the facades as if the internal boiling energy was breaking up partly and shows the festive character of the place.

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EXHIBITION CENTER OF SHERBROOKE Sherbrooke, Québec, Canada Conception Architect + 3D CCM² – Côté Chabot Morel architects Conception Team Yan Laplante, Mathieu Morel, Pierre Morel Validation Team Julie Nadeau, Aryann Gosselin Conception Engineer SNC Lavalin Realization Architect ArchiTech Design Inc. Realization Structural Jean-Marc Dugré, engineer Realization Mecanical/electrical + civil EXP Area 9,570 m² Photographer Stéphane Groleau / stephanegroleau.com

Located near the downtown of Sherbrooke, the Exhibition Center serves as a gathering place and a unique representation in the region. The project's main objective is to create divisible exhibition areas if needed for dedicated events for the wide public. The program includes the creation of exhibition halls, meeting rooms, offices, central hall, cloakroom, ticket office, restaurant and other technical spaces. The total project area is approximately 9,570 square meters. The main exhibition hall of 5,574 square meters, designed according to the highest standards in terms of functionality and specialized equipments, can be divided into three exhibition spaces when various events take place simultaneously. On both sides of the exhibition spaces, the related services are stated. On one side, the technical spaces contain the loading areas, storage areas and recycling areas. While on the other side, public spaces include the lobby, cloakroom, ticket office, services, restaurant and

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meeting rooms on the second floor. Upon arrival on the site, the visitor sees a large glass wall that shows partially the internal activity of the exhibition center. The main hall contains the essential services and allows visitors to walk through a space flooded by natural light. The pixels pattern on the glass surface created by a semi-transparent film adds a light veil on the indoor activities taking place in the hall and adds a subtle texture to the glass wall. From the outside, the angular shape rises and highlights the main entrance. Sculpted and defined as a break of the glass block, the main entrance is the key element of the project and marks the transition between the exterior and the interior environment. The use of bright yellow color shows the internal activity of the exhibition center. This color sequence animates the facades as if the internal boiling energy was breaking up partly and shows the festive character of the place.

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THE XI'AN TRIDENT Xi’an, China Architect Eva Castro, Holger Kehne, Ulla Hell Architect Firm Plasma Studio Main Material Copper, Steel, Glass Area 19,300 m² Photographer Cristobal Palma, Plasma Studio

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The proposal comprises of a 6,500 m2 Theme Pavilion, a 5,000 m2 Greenhouse and the 7,800 m2 Guangyun Entrance landbridge sitting in a 370,000 m2 landscape for the International Horticultural Expo and a public park for Xi’an City as its legacy. The Theme Pavilion is located on the edge of the lake as the endpoint to the central axis that starts with the Guangyun Entrance, as well as the starting point for the crossing of the water by boat. It ties in with the series of piers that read as the landscape jetting out into the water. The built volume is interwoven with the articulated ground, producing continuities on many levels so that landscape and building become completely integrated. From this stems the organization of the building massing as three parallel volumes within the landscape, flowing through and underneath, leading to the piers. The volumes themselves hover as cantilevers over the lake. The fluid experience of passing through the landscape continues inside, where all zones are generous and interconnected. The employment of ramps enable visitors to move up to a mezzanine level and out onto the roof of the building. Through its materiality the building again manifests itself as an extension of the ground with its floors and interior walls made from concrete. Bronze, as a locally specific material, wraps the buildings partially while bands of greenery cover it like a tessellated net.

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THE XI'AN TRIDENT Xi’an, China Architect Eva Castro, Holger Kehne, Ulla Hell Architect Firm Plasma Studio Main Material Copper, Steel, Glass Area 19,300 m² Photographer Cristobal Palma, Plasma Studio

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The proposal comprises of a 6,500 m2 Theme Pavilion, a 5,000 m2 Greenhouse and the 7,800 m2 Guangyun Entrance landbridge sitting in a 370,000 m2 landscape for the International Horticultural Expo and a public park for Xi’an City as its legacy. The Theme Pavilion is located on the edge of the lake as the endpoint to the central axis that starts with the Guangyun Entrance, as well as the starting point for the crossing of the water by boat. It ties in with the series of piers that read as the landscape jetting out into the water. The built volume is interwoven with the articulated ground, producing continuities on many levels so that landscape and building become completely integrated. From this stems the organization of the building massing as three parallel volumes within the landscape, flowing through and underneath, leading to the piers. The volumes themselves hover as cantilevers over the lake. The fluid experience of passing through the landscape continues inside, where all zones are generous and interconnected. The employment of ramps enable visitors to move up to a mezzanine level and out onto the roof of the building. Through its materiality the building again manifests itself as an extension of the ground with its floors and interior walls made from concrete. Bronze, as a locally specific material, wraps the buildings partially while bands of greenery cover it like a tessellated net.

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ARAGON PAVILION Ranillas Avenue, Zaragoza Architect Daniel Olano Pérez, arquitecto, Alberto Mendo Martínez, arquitecto, Andrés Navarro Borque, arquitecto, Gabriel Lassa Cabello, arquitecto Area 8,500 m2 Photographer VVAA

The proposal incorporates the diversity of landscapes generated by water in Aragon inside a basket, using devices that condense and solve the structural requirements and functional needs of the building, offering a tour of its various types of landscape – social, cultural, natural, economic, etc. The project proposes a building erected on three structural and communication centers, which, in the manner of "technological legs", enable the space on the ground floor to be liberated to create a type of square built on stilts, offering the Expo site a free space at the level of its main walkway. Four levels have been erected above this plaza. Initially only two have been built, with a further two to be erected for subsequent use as a department of the regional Government of Aragon. The external closure of the building is designed as a continuous woven texture created by interrupted lines, formed by sheets of glass or prefabricated fair-faced micro concrete panels, reinforced with fiberglass(G.R.C.). The outer shell is more opaque at the lower levels, being more transparent further towards the top level, configured as a terrace facing the city and the site of the Expo, providing visual clarity, which is fundamental to be able to learn from the landscapes and urban silhouettes of the city and the river.

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ARAGON PAVILION Ranillas Avenue, Zaragoza Architect Daniel Olano Pérez, arquitecto, Alberto Mendo Martínez, arquitecto, Andrés Navarro Borque, arquitecto, Gabriel Lassa Cabello, arquitecto Area 8,500 m2 Photographer VVAA

The proposal incorporates the diversity of landscapes generated by water in Aragon inside a basket, using devices that condense and solve the structural requirements and functional needs of the building, offering a tour of its various types of landscape – social, cultural, natural, economic, etc. The project proposes a building erected on three structural and communication centers, which, in the manner of "technological legs", enable the space on the ground floor to be liberated to create a type of square built on stilts, offering the Expo site a free space at the level of its main walkway. Four levels have been erected above this plaza. Initially only two have been built, with a further two to be erected for subsequent use as a department of the regional Government of Aragon. The external closure of the building is designed as a continuous woven texture created by interrupted lines, formed by sheets of glass or prefabricated fair-faced micro concrete panels, reinforced with fiberglass(G.R.C.). The outer shell is more opaque at the lower levels, being more transparent further towards the top level, configured as a terrace facing the city and the site of the Expo, providing visual clarity, which is fundamental to be able to learn from the landscapes and urban silhouettes of the city and the river.

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BRISBANE CONVENTION AND EXHIBITION CENTER EXPANSION Brisbane, Australia Architect Michael Rayner, Peter Hale, Hang Ling Firm Cox Rayner Architects Floor Area 19,200 m2 Photographer Angus Martin, Florian Groehn

Known as "BCEC on Grey Street", this expansion of our practice’s 1996 exhibition and convention center provides it with a frontage to South Bank that was not previously possible. The expansion consists of 5 levels that enable a connection to be made over the South Brisbane rail corridor into the upper level of the original building which was substantially modified in the process. The main challenge of the design was, however, to satisfy a brief for two new auditoria, a ballroom and various meeting rooms on a strip of land 30 meters in width and some 200 meters long. It was largely resolved by stacking the two auditoria so that they are accessible from each of the four upper levels, with street edge circulation corridors providing access to the meeting rooms and ballroom spaces. A full height atrium intervenes between these zones, lit from above. The main enjoyment in designing the expansion was in how architecture can animate the street experience over such a distance. The narrow site width was somewhat relieved by an allowance to cantilever above part of the footpath, so that the architectural solution entailed structural complexity in designing it to vary along the length. It is for this reason the project is included in the section "Art and Structure", although not as obvious as the Kurilpa Bridge. The shifting façade rhythm is inspired by the work of Brisbane artist Lincoln Austin with whom we have had a long association and engaged on several projects. He was, however, not directly involved in this project, and another artist, Bruce Reynolds, was commissioned for a series of sculptures, wall pieces and reliefs that accompany movement from the street and up through the atrium space. These works interrelate familiar patterns of Brisbane’s domestic architecture to aspects of South Bank’s environmental history. The form of the expansion does not draw upon any part of the original exhibition and convention center, which required much more challenging spans. This distinction is intended to clarify the staging of the combined building’s evolution and to generate a different experience of place responsive to a different context and time.

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BRISBANE CONVENTION AND EXHIBITION CENTER EXPANSION Brisbane, Australia Architect Michael Rayner, Peter Hale, Hang Ling Firm Cox Rayner Architects Floor Area 19,200 m2 Photographer Angus Martin, Florian Groehn

Known as "BCEC on Grey Street", this expansion of our practice’s 1996 exhibition and convention center provides it with a frontage to South Bank that was not previously possible. The expansion consists of 5 levels that enable a connection to be made over the South Brisbane rail corridor into the upper level of the original building which was substantially modified in the process. The main challenge of the design was, however, to satisfy a brief for two new auditoria, a ballroom and various meeting rooms on a strip of land 30 meters in width and some 200 meters long. It was largely resolved by stacking the two auditoria so that they are accessible from each of the four upper levels, with street edge circulation corridors providing access to the meeting rooms and ballroom spaces. A full height atrium intervenes between these zones, lit from above. The main enjoyment in designing the expansion was in how architecture can animate the street experience over such a distance. The narrow site width was somewhat relieved by an allowance to cantilever above part of the footpath, so that the architectural solution entailed structural complexity in designing it to vary along the length. It is for this reason the project is included in the section "Art and Structure", although not as obvious as the Kurilpa Bridge. The shifting façade rhythm is inspired by the work of Brisbane artist Lincoln Austin with whom we have had a long association and engaged on several projects. He was, however, not directly involved in this project, and another artist, Bruce Reynolds, was commissioned for a series of sculptures, wall pieces and reliefs that accompany movement from the street and up through the atrium space. These works interrelate familiar patterns of Brisbane’s domestic architecture to aspects of South Bank’s environmental history. The form of the expansion does not draw upon any part of the original exhibition and convention center, which required much more challenging spans. This distinction is intended to clarify the staging of the combined building’s evolution and to generate a different experience of place responsive to a different context and time.

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PAINT FINISH WB AND BRACKETS TO STRUCTURAL PAINT FINISH WB AND ENGINEER'S BRACKETS TODETAILS

DETAILS AND SPECIFICATION

1.5°

GP GLAZING YSTEM. EFER A63.26 ACADE PECIFICATION

FFL 8.460 LEVEL 1 FFL 8.460 LEVEL 1

02.13

VOID

VAR IES VAR IES

04 A63.26

CORBELS FIXED TO STUCTURAL STRUCTURE STEEL TRUSS SUPPORT FOR STUCTURAL PRECAST STEEL TRUSS PANELS. SUPPORT FOR REFER PRECAST STRUCTURAL PANELS. ENGINEERS REFER DWGS STRUCTURAL

02.13

PCO OFFICE

VOID

02

ANGLED 150MM PC1 PANELS ON DEADLOAD FIXED PC1 TO CORBELS ANGLED 150MM STRUCTURE PANELS ON DEADLOAD

670

MC5

02

CFC SOFFIT. REFER RCP PLANS FOR EXTENT

PAINT FINISH SHS COLUMN TO STRUCTURAL ENGINEER'S DETAILS

PANELIZED VERTICAL BLADE REFER TO PLAN DETAILS AND FACADE ENGINEER'S DETAILS AND SPECIFCIATION

VOID

STRUCTURAL STRUCTURAL ENGINEERS BEAM. REFER DWGS STRUCTURAL ENGINEERS A63.26 DWGS CFC SOFFIT. REFER RCP A63.26 PLANS FOR EXTENT

FFL 18.750 LEVEL 4 FFL 18.750 LEVEL 4

PCO OFFICE

3430 3430

SUSPENDED CEILING REFER RCP PLANS

1000

04.15

VOID

METAL FRAMING STRUCTURAL TO ALLREFER SIDES BEAM.

CL

STACK JOINT TO FACADE ENGINEER'S DETAILS

3430 3430

4300

1100 GLA ZING

HEAD BEAM TO STRUCTURAL ENG. DETAILS

PCO OFFICE

FFL 11.890 LEVEL 2 FFL 11.890 LEVEL 2

STEEL BEAM SUPPORT STRUCTURE WITH 2 HR FIRE PROTECTION (AS SPECIFIED) REFER TO STRUCTURAL ENGINEER'S DRAWINGS

ALTRAC FALL ARREST SYSTEM AS SPECIFIED

400

ONC2 PROJECTION

670

3085 3085

FFL 18.750 LEVEL 4

WWT1 GLAZING PAINTED CFC ONSYSTEM TO FACADE SPECIFICATION 35MM ALUMINIUM TOPHATSCFC ON ON PAINTED METALALUMINIUM FRAMING 35MM TO ALL SIDES TOPHATS ON

A63.26 CL

PAINTED CFC ON 35MM ALUMINIUM TOPHATS ON METAL FRAMING TO ALL SIDES

75

05

VOID

ANGLED WWT1 GLAZING SYSTEM

75 400

WWT1 GLAZING SYSTEM TO FACADE SPECIFICATION

AUTO BLIND AS SPECIFIED

ENGINEER'S DETAILS AND SPECIFICATIONS

1.5°

1130

VOID

ANGLED AUTOMATIC AIR INTAKE AWNING WINDOWS TO FACADEAIR ANGLED AUTOMATIC ENGINEER'S DETAILS INTAKE AWNING AND SPECIFICATIONS WINDOWS TO FACADE

VOID

ING ING 1100 GLAZ 1100 GLAZ

ANGLED 150MM PC1 PANELS ON DEADLOAD CORBELS FIXED TO STRUCTURE

PAINT FINISHAS PFC BLIND AUTO BLIND SUPPORT SPECIFIEDBRACKET

PLENUM PLENUM PLENUM

STACK JOINT TO FACADE ENGINEER'S DETAILS

VOID

FFL 28.450 LEVEL 6

MC5

TO STRUCTURAL PAINT FINISH PFC BLIND ENGINEER'S DETAILS SUPPORT BRACKET

01

3430 3430

SIM

01 A63.23

A63.26 ACADE PECIFICATION ONC2 ROJECTION ONC2 ROJECTION

670

SUSPENDED CEILING PAINT FINISH SHS COLUMN REFER RCP PLANS TO STRUCTURAL ENGINEER'S PAINT FINISHDETAILS SHS COLUMN

01

03.20

03

670

SIM A63.29

BOARDROOM

1000 TO 1000 SILL TO SILL

1715

STRUCTURAL STEEL TRUSS TO SUPPORT PC1 PANELS TO STRUCTURAL ENGINEERS DETAILS

CL

MC5

PANELIZED VERTICAL BLADE REFER TO PLAN DETAILS AND FACADE ENGINEER'S PANELIZED VERTICAL BLADE DETAILS AND SPECIFCIATION REFER TO PLAN DETAILS

STACK JOINT TO FACADE A63.29 ENGINEER'S DETAILS

03.20

400

FFL 15.320 LEVEL 3 FFL 15.320 LEVEL 3

175

FFL 24.150 LEVEL 5

04

BOARDROOM

NGLED COLUMN BEYOND GP GLAZING YSTEM. EFER GP GLAZING A63.26 ACADE YSTEM. PECIFICATION EFER

03

05.21

GB1 BALUSTRADE

CL

A63.26

NGLED COLUMN BEYOND

TERRACE

SPECIFIED) REFER TO STRUCTURAL SUSPENDED CEILING ENGINEER'S DRAWINGS REFER RCP PLANS

AND FACADE ENGINEER'S DETAILS AND SPECIFCIATION SIM

A63.26

ANGLED HOT DIP GALV STRUCTURAL STEEL COLUMNS BEYOND. PAINT FINISH

STEEL BEAM SUPPORT STRUCTURE WITH 2 HR FIRE PROTECTION (AS SPECIFIED) TO STRUCTURAL STEEL BEAMREFER SUPPORT STRUCTURE ENGINEER'S DRAWINGS WITH 2 HR FIRE PROTECTION (AS

HEAD BEAM TO STRUCTURAL ENG. DETAILS

04.15

D

670

ALTRAC FALL ARREST HEAD BEAM TO STRUCTURAL SYSTEM AS SPECIFIED ENG. DETAILS

75 400

75

METAL FRAMING TO ALL SIDES ONC2 PROJECTION

670

ALTRAC FALL ARREST SYSTEM AS SPECIFIED

PCO OFFICE

400

FFL 18.750 LEVEL 4 FFL 18.750 LEVEL 4

1100 GLA 1100 GLA ZING ZING 1000 1000

ANGLED WWT1 GLAZING SYSTEM ANGLED WWT1

4300 4300

CL

OFFICE F FL 5.030

LOADING G.03

G.07

OFFICE F FL 5.030

G.07

OFFICE G.06

L OWER B EA M AT GRID 4 BE YOND

RETAIL 01

L OWER B EA M AT GRID 4 BE YOND

RETAIL 01

OFFICE G.06

F FL 4.380

G.14

F FL 4.400

F FL 4.380

G.14

F FL 4.400

F.F.L 8.460 LEVEL 1 F.F.L 5.030 GROUND FL F.F.L 5.030 GROUND FL

FFL 5.030 GRD FLOOR

Ee

Dd

Bb

Cc

Aa

4780

14420

9250

11160 SIMILAR A68.03 MIRRORED

D MIRRORED SIMILAR

C

6100

28

A40.09

POD 11

B

A

6300

B

A

A40.07

A40.06

Cross Cross Section Section

D 7975

15475

C A40.08

R OOF SE CTION SH OWN AT GRID LINE 4 FOR C LA RIDY.

02 A43.02

VG

08

33

A43.25

P ITCH IN G POINT TOP OF STEE L R.L 2 8.460

TOP OF TR USS R .L 2 8.555

TOP OF TR USS R .L 2 8.485

TOP OF STEE LWORK R .L 2 8.930 TOP OF TR US S R.L 28 .715

1.5°

1.5°

A68.04

TOP OF TR USS R .L 2 8.935

SIMILAR MIRRORED

F.F.L 28.450 LEVEL 6

BG C EILING L INE B EYOND

MC2

FUNCTION ROOM

MEETING ROOM 1

Detail Section

TERRACE

05.06

05.10

05.21

F.F.L 24.150 LEVEL 5

EXISTING BUILDING

E XISTIN G DOORS

UPPER FOYER 04.17

EXISTING PLAZA BALLROOM FOYER

F.F.L 18.750 LEVEL 4

600 PAX PLENARY HALL 03.07 N EW FLOOR OVER E XISTING N EW C ON CR ETE PLINTH TO EN GINE ER S DETAILS P AC K TO N EW FLOOR WHERE NECCE SSARY

FOYER

CORR 03.08

F.F.L 15.320 LEVEL 3

MEETING ROOM

CORR

B EAM BE YOND

02.02

L IN E OF C LA DD ING

F.F.L 11.890 LEVEL 2

400 PAX PLENARY HALL 01.07

EXISTING RAILWAY LINES LOADING BAY EXISTING SERVICE ROAD

LOBBY 01.08

F.F.L 8.460 LEVEL 1 LOADING

OFFICE

G.03

G.07

OFFICE G.06

L OWER B EA M AT GRID 4 BE YOND

RETAIL 01 G.14

F FL 5.030 F FL 4.380

F FL 4.400

F.F.L 5.030 GROUND FL

Cross Section Section Section

Section

050

Elevation Elevation

051


D D

ANGLED HOT DIP GALV STRUCTURAL ANGLED HOT DIP STEEL COLUMNS GALV BEYOND. PAINT STRUCTURAL FINISH STEEL COLUMNS

TERRACE 05.21

TERRACE

BEYOND. PAINT GB1 BALUSTRADE FINISH

FFL 24.150 LEVEL 5 FFL 24.150 LEVEL 5

05.21

175

GB1 BALUSTRADE

1715 1715

175

STRUCTURAL STEEL TRUSS TO SUPPORT PC1 PANELS TO STRUCTURAL STEEL STRUCTURAL TRUSS TO SUPPORT ENGINEERS PC1 PANELS DETAILS TO

STRUCTURAL ENGINEERS DETAILS ANGLED 150MM PC1 PANELS ON DEADLOAD ANGLED 150MM CORBELS FIXED PC1 PANELS ON TO STRUCTURE DEADLOAD

SIM

01

SIM A63.23

VOID

A63.23

VOID

1130 1130

01

CORBELS FIXED TO STRUCTURE

FFL 28.450 LEVEL 6 FFL 28.450 LEVEL 6

05

VOID VOID

A63.26

05

A63.26

CL

GLAZING SYSTEM PAINTED CFC ON 35MM ALUMINIUM TOPHATSCFC ON ON PAINTED METAL FRAMING 35MM ALUMINIUM TO ALL SIDES TOPHATS ON

ONC2 PROJECTION

04.15

PCO OFFICE FFL 24.150 LEVEL 5 FFL 24.150 LEVEL 5

VOID VOID

04

1000

75

FFL 24.150 LEVEL 5

VOID

MC5

PANELIZED VERTICAL BLADE REFER TO PLAN DETAILS AND FACADE ENGINEER'S DETAILS AND SPECIFCIATION

03.20

AUTO BLIND AS SPECIFIED

PLENUM PLENUM

5400

CL

75 400

CL

02.13

AUTO BLIND AS SPECIFIED

SIM

VOID

CWT3 GLAZING BEYOND

01

FFL 15.320 LEVEL 3

A63.26

3430

VAR IES

GREY STREET

CL

CL

VOID

5400 5400

FFL 15.320 LEVEL 3 FFL 15.320 LEVEL 3

CWT3 GLAZING BEYOND

01

A63.26

7° 7°

FALL FALL

FFL 11.890 LEVEL 2

Ee

CONCOURSE

470 325

BONDEK SLAB REFER TO STRUCTURAL ENG. DETAILS

F.F.L 11.890 POD 11

FALL

POD 11

MIRRORED SIMILAR MIRRORED SIMILAR

Cc

14420

33

A68.04

08

33

TOP OF TR USS R .L 2 8.935

EXISTING BUILDING

Aa

6300

TOP OF TR USS R .L 2 8.555

TOP OF TR USS R .L 2 8.555

A68.04

SIMILAR MIRRORED SIMILAR MIRRORED

A40.09

SIMILAR MIRRORED SIMILAR MIRRORED

R OOF SE CTION SH OWN AT GRID LINE 4 FOR C LA RIDY.

A

C

B

6100

A 15475

B

A

A40.08 VG

A40.06

A40.07

7975

C

A40.06

C

A40.08

P ITCH IN G POINT TOP OF STEE L R.L 2 8.460

P ITCH IN G POINT TOP OF STEE L R.L 2 8.460 C EILING L INE TOP OF TR USS B EYOND R .L 2 8.485

TOP OF STEE LWORK R .L 2 8.930

TOP OF TR US S R.L 28 .715

C EILING L INE B EYOND

FUNCTION ROOM

FFL 8.460 LEVEL 1

EXISTING PLAZA BALLROOM FOYER

FOYER

U/S OF CEILING 3430

FL 7.450

Detail Section

GREY STREET FFL 5.030 GRD FLOOR Ee

Dd

Bb

Cc

Aa

4780

14420

9250

6300

D

MIRRORED SIMILAR

28

A40.09

SIMILAR A68.03 MIRRORED

R OOF SE CTION SH OWN AT GRID LINE 4 FOR C LA RIDY.

08

33

A43.25

A68.04

TOP OF TR USS R .L 2 8.935

C

6100

B

A

C

A40.06

A40.07

A40.08

05.21

FUNCTION ROOM

MEETING ROOM 1

P ITCH IN G POINT TOP OF STEE L R.L 2 8.460 TOP OF TR USS R .L 2 8.485

TOP OF STEE LWORK R .L 2 8.930

TOP OF TR US S R.L 28 .715

F.F.L 28.450 LEVEL 6

BG C EILING L INE B EYOND

MC2

FUNCTION ROOM

MEETING ROOM 1

05.21

04.17

CL MC5

690 690 CL

FALL

STRUCTURAL ENGINEER'S DETAILS

CL

470

325 470 325

E XISTIN G DOORS

05.21

STRUCTURAL ENGINEER'S DETAILS

BONDEK SLAB REFER TO STRUCTURAL ENG. DETAILS SLAB REFER TO BONDEK

CONCOURSE 02.27

CONCOURSE 02.27

F.F.L 11.890

STRUCTURAL ENG. DETAILS

F.F.L 11.890

FALL

1500 SUSPENDED CFC SOFFIT ON EXTERNAL1500 GRADE HANGERS ASCFC SPECIFIED SUSPENDED SOFFIT ON EXTERNAL GRADE HANGERS AS SPECIFIED

U/S OF CEILING FL 7.450 U/S OF CEILING FL 7.450

GREY STREET GREY STREET

RECESSED LIGHTING RECESSED LIGHTING COLUMN BEYOND COLUMN BEYOND HEIGHT LEVEL

INDICATOR AND HEIGHT LEVEL SIGNAGE AND INDICATOR SIGNAGE

02 02

Detail Detail Section Section

F.F.L 24.150 LEVEL 5

N EW FLOOR OVER E XISTING N EW C ON CR ETE PLINTH TO EN GINE ER S DETAILS P AC K TO N EW FLOOR N EW FLOOR OVER WHERE NECCE SSARY E XISTING N EW C ON CR ETE PLINTH TO EN GINE ER S DETAILS P AC K TO N EW FLOOR WHERE NECCE SSARY

UPPER FOYER

03.07

04.17

F.F.L 18.750 LEVEL 4 F.F.L 15.320 LEVEL 3

600 PAX PLENARY HALL

CORR 03.08

03.07

CORR 03.08

CORR

F.F.L 15.320 LEVEL 3 F.F.L 11.890 LEVEL 2

B EAM BE YOND

02.02

L IN E OF C LA DD ING

400 PAX PLENARY HALL 01.07

B EAM BE YOND

02.02

L IN E OF C LA DD ING

F.F.L 11.890 LEVEL 2 F.F.L 8.460 LEVEL 1

400 PAX PLENARY HALL

LOBBY

LOADING BAY EXISTING SERVICE ROAD

F.F.L 18.750 LEVEL 4

600 PAX PLENARY HALL

MEETING ROOM

01.08

01.07

EXISTING RAILWAY LINES LOADING BAY EXISTING SERVICE ROAD

PAINT FINISH SHS COLUMN TO STRUCTURAL PAINT FINISH SHS ENGINEER'S COLUMN TO DETAILS

SHS PLENUM FRAME. REFER STRUCTURAL ENGINEERS DWG'S SHS PLENUM FRAME. REFER STRUCTURAL ENGINEERS DWG'S

LOBBY 01.08

LOADING G.03

OFFICE F FL 5.030

LOADING G.03

G.07

OFFICE F FL 5.030

G.07

OFFICE G.06

L OWER B EA M AT GRID 4 BE YOND

RETAIL 01

L OWER B EA M AT GRID 4 BE YOND

RETAIL 01

OFFICE G.06

F FL 4.380

G.14

F FL 4.400

F FL 4.380

G.14

F FL 4.400

F.F.L 8.460 LEVEL 1 F.F.L 5.030 GROUND FL F.F.L 5.030 GROUND FL

Detail Section

F.F.L 18.750 LEVEL 4

600 PAX PLENARY HALL 03.07

N EW FLOOR OVER E XISTING N EW C ON CR ETE PLINTH TO EN GINE ER S DETAILS P AC K TO N EW FLOOR WHERE NECCE SSARY

CORR 03.08

F.F.L 15.320 LEVEL 3

MEETING ROOM CORR

B EAM BE YOND

02.02

L IN E OF C LA DD ING

F.F.L 11.890 LEVEL 2

400 PAX PLENARY HALL 01.07

EXISTING RAILWAY LINES LOADING BAY EXISTING SERVICE ROAD

CL

PAINT FINISH WB AND BRACKETS TO STRUCTURAL PAINT FINISH WB AND ENGINEER'S BRACKETS TODETAILS

UPPER FOYER

EXISTING PLAZA BALLROOM FOYER

FOYER

1040

F.F.L 24.150 LEVEL 5

EXISTING BUILDING

E XISTIN G DOORS

04.17

CORR

HEIGHT LEVEL INDICATOR AND SIGNAGE

1040

CL

PLENUM PLENUM

UPPER FOYER

EXISTING RAILWAY LINES

COLUMN BEYOND

REFER STRUCTURAL ENGINEERS DWGS FOR WALL TYPE REFER 1:100 PLANS

TERRACE

05.06

05.10

MEETING ROOM

GIRTS FIXED BETWEEN SHS FRAME REFER STRUCTURAL GIRTS FIXED ENGINEERS DWGS BETWEEN SHS FRAME

A43.02

F.F.L 24.150 LEVEL 5

TERRACE

05.06

F.F.L 18.750

Cross Cross Section Section

02

A43.02

VG

SIMILAR MIRRORED

TOP OF TR USS R .L 2 8.555

D 7975

15475

1.5°

1.5°

POD 11

B

A 11160

FOYER

RECESSED LIGHTING

CL

MC5

MC3 CLAD PROJECTION. FOR STRUCTURE REFER TO STRUCTURAL MC3 CLAD PROJECTION. ENGINEER'S DETAILS FOR STRUCTURE REFER

F.F.L 18.750

FOR WALL TYPE REFER 1:100 PLANS

01

TYPCIAL STACK JOINT. REFER FACADE ENGINEERS DETAILS

04.38

A43.02

F.F.L 28.450 LEVEL 6

TERRACE

05.06

05.10

05.10

CONCRETE FOOTING. REFER STRUCTURAL ENGINEERS

AUTO BLIND AS SPECIFIED

04.38

CONCOURSE

D

F.F.L 28.450 LEVEL 6

BG

MEETING ROOM 1

E XISTIN G DOORS

EXISTING PLAZA BALLROOM FOYER

7975

TOP OF STEE LWORK R .L 2 8.930

TOP OF TR US S R.L 28 .715

EXISTING BUILDING

PILE CAP BEYOND. REFER STRUCTURAL ENGINEERS SPECIFICATIONS

SUSPENDED CEILING AUTO BLIND AS REFER RCP PLANS SPECIFIED

CONCOURSE

D

C

15475

B 6100

A40.07

VG

TOP OF TR USS R .L 2 8.485 BG

TOP OF TR USS R .L 2 8.935

B

A 11160

28 A68.03 D11160 28 D A68.03

A40.09

R OOF SE CTION SH OWN AT GRID LINE 4 FOR C LA RIDY.

08

MC2

6300

4780

A43.25

MC2

Aa

Bb

4780

14420

A43.25

SUSPENDED CFC SOFFIT ON EXTERNAL GRADE HANGERS AS SPECIFIED

Bb

Cc

Dd

9250 9250

MC3 CLAD PROJECTION. FOR STRUCTURE REFER TO STRUCTURAL ENGINEER'S DETAILS

3430

FALL

Dd

Ee

1500

REFER LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTS DRAWINGS FOR ALL EXTERNAL FINISHES

SUSPENDED CEILING REFER RCP PLANS

TYPCIAL STACK JOINT. REFER A63.29 FACADE ENGINEERS DETAILS

FFL 5.030 GRD FLOOR FFL 5.030 GRD FLOOR

1.5°

EXISTING GROUND LINE SHOWN DASHED

Detail Detail Section Section

1.5°

CONC2. FOR JOINT SETOUT REFER A33 SERIES DWGS

CL

BLIND SUPPORT BRACKET

FFL 8.460 LEVEL 1 FFL 8.460 LEVEL 1

PLENUM

PAINT FINISH SHS COLUMN TO STRUCTURAL ENGINEER'S DETAILS 690

MC5

01

TO STRUCTURAL ENGINEER'S DETAILS

EXISTING GROUND LINE REFER LANDSCAPE SHOWN DASHED ARCHITECTS DRAWINGS FOR ALLLANDSCAPE EXTERNAL REFER FINISHES ARCHITECTS DRAWINGS FOR ALL EXTERNAL FINISHES

CONCRETE FOOTING. REFER STRUCTURAL ENGINEERS

SHS PLENUM FRAME. REFER STRUCTURAL ENGINEERS DWG'S

MC5

ENGINEER'S DETAILS ANDPFC SPECIFICATIONS 200 HOT DIPPED GALVANIZED AS PER STRUCTURAL ENGINEER'S 200 PFC HOT DIPPED SPECIFICATIONS GALVANIZED AS PER

FFL 11.890 LEVEL 2 FFL 11.890 LEVEL 2

CFC

BONDEK SLAB REFER TO STRUCTURAL ENG.

DETAILS SLAB REFER TO BONDEK STRUCTURAL ENG. STEEL BEAM SUPPORT DETAILS STRUCTURE WITH 2 HR FIRE PROTECTION (AS SPECIFIED) STEEL BEAM SUPPORT REFER TO STRUCTURAL STRUCTURE WITH 2 HR FIRE ENGINEER'S DRAWINGS PROTECTION (AS SPECIFIED) REFER TO STRUCTURAL ENGINEER'S DRAWINGS BLIND SUPPORT BRACKET

CL 470

SIM A63.29

STRUCTURAL ENGINEER'S SPECIFICATIONS

PILE CAP BEYOND. REFER STRUCTURAL ENGINEERS SPECIFICATIONS PILE CAP BEYOND. REFER

GIRTS FIXED BETWEEN SHS FRAME REFER STRUCTURAL ENGINEERS DWGS

685 CL 470

CWT2 INSULATED SPANDREL GLASS. REFER FACADE ENGINEERS CWT2 INSULATED DETAILS AND SPANDREL GLASS. REFER SPECIFICATION FACADE ENGINEERS

ANGLED AUTOMATIC AIR INTAKE AWNING WINDOWS TO FACADEAIR ANGLED AUTOMATIC ENGINEER'S DETAILS INTAKE AWNING AND SPECIFICATIONS WINDOWS TO FACADE

SHOWN FOR DASHED CONC2. JOINT SETOUT REFER A33 SERIES DWGS

02.27

MC5

CFC

PAINT FINISH WB AND BRACKETS TO STRUCTURAL ENGINEER'S DETAILS

1040

200 PFC HOT DIPPED GALVANIZED AS PER STRUCTURAL ENGINEER'S SPECIFICATIONS

HANGIING ANGLED PC1 PANELS UNDER CFC CLAD ANGLED CONCRETE COLUMN BEHIND SHOWN DASHED. REFER ENGINEERS SPECIFICATIONS

FFL 5.030

FOR WALL TYPE REFER 1:100 PLANS

01

A63.29 TYPCIAL STACK JOINT. REFER FACADE ENGINEERS DETAILS

ANGLED AUTOMATIC AIR INTAKE AWNING WINDOWS TO FACADE ENGINEER'S DETAILS AND SPECIFICATIONS

CWT4 SPANDREL GLAZING BEHIND PRECAST

FFL 5.030

SUSPENDED CEILING REFER RCP PLANS

CWT1 GLAZING SYSTEM

3085

FFL 8.460 LEVEL 1

FFL 5.030 F.F.L 18.750

BLIND SUPPORT BRACKET

MC5

CWT3 GLAZING BEYOND

REFER ENGINEERS GREY STREET SPECIFICATIONS CONC2. FOR JOINT SETOUT REFER A33 SERIES DWGSCFC GREY STREET EXISTING GROUND LINE

04.38

685

CL

CWT1 GLAZING SYSTEM

CWT4 SPANDREL GLAZING HANGIING ANGLED PC1 PANELS BEHIND PRECAST UNDER

CONCOURSE

CL

STACK JOINT TO FACADE ENGINEER'S DETAILS

PLENUM

STRUCTURAL ENGINEER'S DETAILS

CWT1 GLAZING SYSTEM SIM VOID

01

HANGIING ANGLED PC1 PANELS CFC CLAD ANGLED CONCRETE UNDER COLUMN BEHIND SHOWN DASHED. REFER ENGINEERS CFC CLAD ANGLED CONCRETE SPECIFICATIONS COLUMN BEHIND SHOWN DASHED.

1035

3430 3430

VOID

A63.26

STUCTURAL STEEL TRUSS SUPPORT FOR PRECAST PANELS. REFER STRUCTURAL ENGINEERS DWGS

STEEL BEAM SUPPORT STRUCTURE WITH 2 HR FIRE PROTECTION (AS SPECIFIED) REFER TO STRUCTURAL ENGINEER'S DRAWINGS

VOID

A63.26

ENGINEERS CWT4 SPANDREL GLAZING DWGS BEHIND PRECAST

1035

CL

PAINT FINISH WB AND BRACKETS TO STRUCTURAL PAINT FINISH WB AND ENGINEER'S BRACKETS TODETAILS

DETAILS AND SPECIFICATION

STRUCTURAL ENGINEERS CONCRETE FOOTING. REFER SPECIFICATIONS STRUCTURAL ENGINEERS

02

CFC SOFFIT. REFER RCP PLANS FOR EXTENT

CWT2 INSULATED SPANDREL GLASS. REFER FACADE ENGINEERS DETAILS AND SPECIFICATION

BONDEK SLAB REFER TO STRUCTURAL ENG. DETAILS

CORBELS FIXED TO STUCTURAL STRUCTURE STEEL TRUSS SUPPORT FOR STUCTURAL PRECAST STEEL TRUSS PANELS. SUPPORT FOR REFER PRECAST STRUCTURAL PANELS. ENGINEERS REFER DWGS STRUCTURAL

02.13

1.5°

VOID

ANGLED 150MM PC1 PANELS ON DEADLOAD CORBELS FIXED TO STRUCTURE

FFL 18.750 LEVEL 4

PCO OFFICE

CL 470

3430

PAINTED CFC ON 35MM ALUMINIUM TOPHATS ON METAL FRAMING TO ALL SIDES

685

STACK JOINT TO FACADE ENGINEER'S DETAILS

1000 TO SILL

ING 1100 GLAZ

WWT1 GLAZING SYSTEM TO FACADE SPECIFICATION

FFL 8.460 LEVEL 1 FFL 8.460 LEVEL 1

PAINT FINISH WB AND BRACKETS TO STRUCTURAL ENGINEER'S DETAILS

1035

ANGLED AUTOMATIC AIR INTAKE AWNING WINDOWS TO FACADE ENGINEER'S DETAILS AND SPECIFICATIONS

VOID

STRUCTURAL BEAM. REFER STRUCTURAL ENGINEERS DWGS

PAINT FINISH PFC BLIND SUPPORT BRACKET

SIM

STACK JOINT TO FACADE ENGINEER'S DETAILS

02

ANGLED 150MM PC1 PANELS ON DEADLOAD FIXED PC1 TO CORBELS ANGLED 150MM STRUCTURE PANELS ON DEADLOAD

01

BOARDROOM

03

FFL 11.890 LEVEL 2

PAINT FINISH SHS COLUMN TO STRUCTURAL ENGINEER'S DETAILS

02.13

PCO OFFICE

VOID

CFC SOFFIT. REFER RCP PLANS FOR EXTENT

A63.29

NGLED COLUMN BEYOND GP GLAZING YSTEM. EFER A63.26 ACADE PECIFICATION

ONC2 ROJECTION

670

02

VAR IES VAR IES

04

CL

A63.26

FFL 15.320 LEVEL 3

SUSPENDED CEILING REFER RCP PLANS

VOID

STRUCTURAL STRUCTURAL ENGINEERS BEAM. REFER DWGS STRUCTURAL ENGINEERS A63.26 DWGS CFC SOFFIT. REFER RCP A63.26 PLANS FOR EXTENT

FFL 18.750 LEVEL 4 FFL 18.750 LEVEL 4

PCO OFFICE

3430 3430

HEAD BEAM TO STRUCTURAL ENG. DETAILS

04.15

VOID

METAL FRAMING STRUCTURAL TO ALLREFER SIDES BEAM.

CL

STACK JOINT TO FACADE ENGINEER'S DETAILS

3430 3430

4300

1100 GLA ZING

PCO OFFICE

FFL 11.890 LEVEL 2 FFL 11.890 LEVEL 2

STEEL BEAM SUPPORT STRUCTURE WITH 2 HR FIRE PROTECTION (AS SPECIFIED) REFER TO STRUCTURAL ENGINEER'S DRAWINGS

ALTRAC FALL ARREST SYSTEM AS SPECIFIED

400

ONC2 PROJECTION

670

3085 3085

FFL 18.750 LEVEL 4

WWT1 GLAZING PAINTED CFC ONSYSTEM TO FACADE SPECIFICATION 35MM ALUMINIUM TOPHATSCFC ON ON PAINTED METALALUMINIUM FRAMING 35MM TO ALL SIDES TOPHATS ON

A63.26 CL

PAINTED CFC ON 35MM ALUMINIUM TOPHATS ON METAL FRAMING TO ALL SIDES

75

05

VOID

ANGLED WWT1 GLAZING SYSTEM

75 400

WWT1 GLAZING SYSTEM TO FACADE SPECIFICATION

AUTO BLIND AS SPECIFIED

ENGINEER'S DETAILS AND SPECIFICATIONS

1.5°

1130

VOID

ANGLED AUTOMATIC AIR INTAKE AWNING WINDOWS TO FACADEAIR ANGLED AUTOMATIC ENGINEER'S DETAILS INTAKE AWNING AND SPECIFICATIONS WINDOWS TO FACADE

VOID

ING ING 1100 GLAZ 1100 GLAZ

ANGLED 150MM PC1 PANELS ON DEADLOAD CORBELS FIXED TO STRUCTURE

PAINT FINISHAS PFC BLIND AUTO BLIND SUPPORT SPECIFIEDBRACKET

PLENUM PLENUM PLENUM

STACK JOINT TO FACADE ENGINEER'S DETAILS

VOID

FFL 28.450 LEVEL 6

MC5

TO STRUCTURAL PAINT FINISH PFC BLIND ENGINEER'S DETAILS SUPPORT BRACKET

01

3430 3430

SIM

01

A63.23

A63.26 ACADE PECIFICATION ONC2 ROJECTION ONC2 ROJECTION

670

SUSPENDED CEILING PAINT FINISH SHS COLUMN REFER RCP PLANS TO STRUCTURAL ENGINEER'S PAINT FINISHDETAILS SHS COLUMN

01

03.20

03

670

SIM A63.29

BOARDROOM

1000 TO 1000 SILL TO SILL

1715

STRUCTURAL STEEL TRUSS TO SUPPORT PC1 PANELS TO STRUCTURAL ENGINEERS DETAILS

CL

MC5

PANELIZED VERTICAL BLADE REFER TO PLAN DETAILS AND FACADE ENGINEER'S PANELIZED VERTICAL BLADE DETAILS AND SPECIFCIATION REFER TO PLAN DETAILS

STACK JOINT TO FACADE A63.29 ENGINEER'S DETAILS

03.20

400

FFL 15.320 LEVEL 3 FFL 15.320 LEVEL 3

175

FFL 24.150 LEVEL 5

04

BOARDROOM

NGLED COLUMN BEYOND GP GLAZING YSTEM. EFER GP GLAZING A63.26 ACADE YSTEM. PECIFICATION EFER

03

05.21

GB1 BALUSTRADE

CL

A63.26

NGLED COLUMN BEYOND

TERRACE

SPECIFIED) REFER TO STRUCTURAL SUSPENDED CEILING ENGINEER'S DRAWINGS REFER RCP PLANS

AND FACADE ENGINEER'S DETAILS AND SPECIFCIATION SIM

A63.26

ANGLED HOT DIP GALV STRUCTURAL STEEL COLUMNS BEYOND. PAINT FINISH

STEEL BEAM SUPPORT STRUCTURE WITH 2 HR FIRE PROTECTION (AS SPECIFIED) TO STRUCTURAL STEEL BEAMREFER SUPPORT STRUCTURE ENGINEER'S DRAWINGS WITH 2 HR FIRE PROTECTION (AS

HEAD BEAM TO STRUCTURAL ENG. DETAILS

04.15

D

670

ALTRAC FALL ARREST HEAD BEAM TO STRUCTURAL SYSTEM AS SPECIFIED ENG. DETAILS

75 400

75

METAL FRAMING TO ALL SIDES ONC2 PROJECTION

670

ALTRAC FALL ARREST SYSTEM AS SPECIFIED

PCO OFFICE

400

FFL 18.750 LEVEL 4 FFL 18.750 LEVEL 4

1100 GLA 1100 GLA ZING ZING 1000 1000

ANGLED WWT1 GLAZING SYSTEM ANGLED WWT1

4300 4300

CL

LOBBY 01.08

F.F.L 8.460 LEVEL 1

LOADING G.03

OFFICE F FL 5.030

G.07

OFFICE G.06

F FL 4.380

L OWER B EA M AT GRID 4 BE YOND

RETAIL 01 G.14

F FL 4.400

F.F.L 5.030 GROUND FL

Cross Section Section Section

Section

050

Elevation Elevation

051


D ANGLED HOT DIP GALV STRUCTURAL STEEL COLUMNS BEYOND. PAINT FINISH

TERRACE 05.21

GB1 BALUSTRADE 175

FFL 24.150 LEVEL 5

1715

SIM

01

A63.23

FFL 28.450 LEVEL 6

VOID

05

VOID

A63.26

PCO OFFICE

HEAD BEAM TO STRUCTURAL ENG. DETAILS

04.15

75

FFL 24.150 LEVEL 5

VOID

04

CL

SKY FOYER

VOID

PLANT

AMENITIES

1035

CL

VOID

02.13

BOULEVARD FOYER

02

VOID

3430

GREY STREET

CONC2. FOR JOINT SETOUT REFER A33 SERIES DWGS

CL

PAINT FINISH WB AND BRACKETS TO STRUCTURAL ENGINEER'S DETAILS

1040

CL

EXISTING GROUND LINE SHOWN DASHED

SHS PLENUM FRAME. REFER STRUCTURAL ENGINEERS DWG'S

02 A63.30

690

FALL

Ee

Dd

Cc

9250

Bb

14420

Aa

02.27

470 325

CWT4 SPANDREL GLAZING PANEL. REFER FACADE SPECIFICATION AND DETAILS

F.F.L 11.890

MC3 CLAD PROJECTION. FOR STRUCTURE REFER TO STRUCTURAL ENGINEER'S DETAILS

4780

A

6300

11160

PILE CAP BEYOND. REFER STRUCTURAL ENGINEERS SPECIFICATIONS

D 08

33

A43.25

A68.04

Detail Section

BG

Bb

Cc

Aa

4780

14420

9250

6300

MIRRORED SIMILAR

D

28

A40.09

08

33

A68.04

1.5°

TOP OF TR USS R .L 2 8.935

SIMILAR

A68.03 MIRRORED

6100

A

FL 7.450

HEIGHT LEVEL INDICATOR AND TERRACE SIGNAGE 05.21

FUNCTION ROOM 05.06

F.F.L 28.450 LEVEL 6

F.F.L 24.150 LEVEL 5

MC2

03.08

F.F.L 28.450 LEVEL 6

FUNCTION ROOM

MEETING ROOM 1

F.F.L 15.320 LEVEL 3

CORR

TERRACE

05.06

05.10

Detail Section CORR

N EW C ON CR ETE PLINTH TO EN GINE ER S DETAILS P AC K TO N EW FLOOR WHERE NECCE SSARY

C EILING L INE B EYOND

05.21

B EAM BE YOND

02.02

F.F.L 24.150 LEVEL 5

EXISTING BUILDING

L IN E OF C LA DD ING

F.F.L 11.890 LEVEL 2

400 PAX PLENARY HALL 01.07

FALL

EXISTING RAILWAY LINES E XISTIN G DOORS

LOADING BAY EXISTING SERVICE ROAD EXISTING PLAZA BALLROOM FOYER

FOYER

04.17

F.F.L 18.750 LEVEL 4

600 PAX PLENARY HALL 03.07

01.08

F.F.L 8.460 LEVEL 1

CORR 03.08

F.F.L 15.320 LEVEL 3

MEETING ROOM

LOADING

OFFICE

G.03 CORR

B EAM BE YOND

02.02

G.07

OFFICE G.06

L OWER B EA M AT GRID 4 BE YOND

RETAIL 01 G.14

F FL 5.030

L IN E OF C LA DD ING

F.F.L 11.890 LEVEL 2

400 PAX PLENARY HALL 01.07

EXISTING RAILWAY LINES LOADING BAY EXISTING SERVICE ROAD

FFL 5.030

EXISTING GROUND LINE SHOWN DASHED REFER LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTS DWS FOR ALL EXTERNAL FINISHES

LOBBY

UPPER FOYER

N EW FLOOR OVER E XISTING N EW C ON CR ETE PLINTH TO EN GINE ER S DETAILS P AC K TO N EW FLOOR WHERE NECCE SSARY

BALUSTRADE TO LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTS SPECIFICATIONS

S.S HANDRAIL REFER LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT DWGS

FALL

03.07

TOP OF STEE LWORK R .L 2 8.930

TOP OF TR US S R.L 28 .715

03

F.F.L 18.750 LEVEL 4

600 PAX PLENARY HALL

A43.02

BG

CONC2 (P2)

CONCRETE STAIR REFER STRUCTURAL ENGINEERS DRAWINGS. TILE FINISH REFER LANDSCAPE ENGINEERS DRAWINGS

04.17

02

A40.08

N EW FLOOR OVER E XISTING

TOP OF TR USS R .L 2 8.485

AUTO-SLIDING DOOR AS SPECIFIED EXTERNAL FINISH REFER LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTS DRAWINGS

RECESSED LIGHTING COLUMN BEYOND

VG

P ITCH IN G POINT TOP OF STEE L R.L 2 8.460

TOP OF TR USS R .L 2 8.555

U/S OF CEILING

UPPER FOYER

C

A40.06

HOT DIP GALV STEEL HOOD

02 A43.02

A63.30

7975

15475

B

A40.07

SIMILAR MIRRORED

MEETING ROOM

A40.08 VG

D

1.5°

FOYER

C

E XISTIN G DOORS

R OOF SE CTION SH OWN AT GRID LINE 4 FOR C LA RIDY.

A43.25

B

A 11160

EXISTING PLAZA BALLROOM FOYER POD 11

A40.06

FFL 5.030 GRD FLOOR

EXISTING BUILDING

Dd

A40.07

GREY STREET

MEETING ROOM 1 05.10

CONC2 COLUMN BEYOND

7975

C

C EILING L INE B EYOND

MC2

Ee

A

TOP OF TR US S R.L 28 .715

TOP OF TR USS R .L 2 8.485

HOT DIP GALV HORIZONTAL WB GLAZING SUPPORT

D

15475

B

1.5°

TOP OF TR USS R .L 2 8.935

C

TOP OF STEE LWORK R .L 2 8.930

P ITCH IN G POINT TOP OF STEE L R.L 2 8.460

TOP OF TR USS R .L 2 8.555

B

SIMILAR

A68.03 MIRRORED

A40.09 FFL R OOF SE8.460 CTION SH OWN AT GRID LINE 4 FOR C LA RIDY. LEVEL 1

SIMILAR MIRRORED

3430

MIRRORED SIMILAR

POD 11

1.5°

CONCRETE FOOTING. REFER STRUCTURAL ENGINEERS

SUSPENDED CFC SOFFIT ON EXTERNAL GRADE HANGERS AS SPECIFIED

6100

28

FFL 8.460 LEVEL 1

CONCOURSE

BONDEK SLAB REFER TO STRUCTURAL ENG. DETAILS

1500

REFER LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTS DRAWINGS FOR ALL EXTERNAL FINISHES

SUSPENDED CFC SOFFIT ON EXTERNAL GRADE HANGERS. REFER RCP PLANS FOR SETOUT

PLENUM

PAINT FINISH SHS COLUMN TO STRUCTURAL ENGINEER'S DETAILS

CL

WWT1 GLAZING FRAME TO UNDERSIDE OF SLAB. 2 x 9mm CFC SHEET TO OUTSIDE, GALV. STEEL SHEET TO INSIDE. INSULATION AS SPECIFIED WWT1 GLAZING AS SPECIFIED

FALL

3430

FFL 5.030

01

A63.29 TYPCIAL STACK JOINT. REFER FACADE ENGINEERS DETAILS

MC5

FFL 11.890 LEVEL 2

CFC

GIRTS FIXED BETWEEN SHS FRAME REFER STRUCTURAL ENGINEERS DWGS FOR WALL TYPE REFER 1:100 PLANS

200 PFC HOT DIPPED GALVANIZED AS PER STRUCTURAL ENGINEER'S SPECIFICATIONS

CWT4 SPANDREL GLAZING BEHIND PRECAST

RETAIL

AUTO BLIND AS SPECIFIED

ANGLED AUTOMATIC AIR INTAKE AWNING WINDOWS TO FACADE ENGINEER'S DETAILS AND SPECIFICATIONS

HANGIING ANGLED PC1 PANELS UNDER CFC CLAD ANGLED CONCRETE COLUMN BEHIND SHOWN DASHED. REFER ENGINEERS SPECIFICATIONS

SUSPENDED CEILING

REFER RCP PLANS RESTAURANT

SIM

FFL 15.320 LEVEL 3

A63.30

BOULEVARD ROOM

BOARDROOM

CWT3 GLAZING BEYOND

01

01

F.F.L 18.750

BLIND SUPPORT BRACKET

MC5

SUBSTATION

RUSSEL STREET

A63.26

VAR IES

STUCTURAL STEEL TRUSS SUPPORT FOR PRECAST PANELS. REFER STRUCTURAL ENGINEERS DWGS

CWT2 INSULATED SPANDREL GLASS. REFER FACADE ENGINEERS DETAILS AND SPECIFICATION

CWT1 GLAZING SYSTEM

OFFICES

04.38

MEETING ROOMS

CL 470

ARBOUR LOUNGE FOYER

3085

FFL 8.460 LEVEL 1

MEETING ROOMS AMENITIES

SPEAKERS VOID LOUNGE

A63.26

ANGLED 150MM PC1 PANELS ON DEADLOAD CORBELS FIXED TO STRUCTURE

PLANT AMENITIES

400 AUDITORIUM

CFC SOFFIT. REFER RCP PLANS FOR EXTENT

FFL 18.750 LEVEL 4

PCO OFFICE

CONCOURSE

STEEL BEAM SUPPORT STRUCTURE WITH 2 HR FIRE PROTECTION (AS SPECIFIED) REFER TO STRUCTURAL ENGINEER'S DRAWINGS

115

STRUCTURAL BEAM. REFER STRUCTURAL ENGINEERS DWGS

600 AUDITORIUM

MEETING ROOMS

AMENITIES

BONDEK SLAB REFER TO STRUCTURAL ENG. DETAILS

685

STACK JOINT TO FACADE ENGINEER'S DETAILS

3430

PAINTED CFC ON 35MM ALUMINIUM TOPHATS ON METAL FRAMING TO ALL SIDES

AMENITIES

1000 TO SILL

ING 1100 GLAZ

WWT1 GLAZING SYSTEM TO FACADE SPECIFICATION

PLAZA FOYER

PAINT FINISH WB AND BRACKETS TO STRUCTURAL ENGINEER'S DETAILS

2400

5400

SKY ROOM

PLENUM

CL

ANGLED AUTOMATIC AIR INTAKE AWNING WINDOWS TO FACADE ENGINEER'S DETAILS AND SPECIFICATIONS

PLANT

75 400

PLENUM

01

STACK JOINT TO FACADE ENGINEER'S DETAILS

03.20

D FOR CONTINUATION REFER TO DETAIL SECTION 0 9 PART 02

A63.29

BOARDROOM

03

FFL 11.890 LEVEL 2

C

AUTO BLIND AS SPECIFIED

SIM

NGLED COLUMN BEYOND GP GLAZING YSTEM. EFER A63.26 ACADE PECIFICATION

ONC2 ROJECTION

PAINT FINISH PFC BLIND SUPPORT BRACKET

MC5

PANELIZED VERTICAL BLADE REFER TO PLAN DETAILS AND FACADE ENGINEER'S DETAILS AND SPECIFCIATION

A63.26

FFL 15.320 LEVEL 3

PAINT FINISH SHS COLUMN TO STRUCTURAL ENGINEER'S DETAILS

670

20

ONC2 PROJECTION

SUSPENDED CEILING REFER RCP PLANS

1000

PAINTED CFC ON 35MM ALUMINIUM TOPHATS ON METAL FRAMING TO ALL SIDES

STEEL BEAM SUPPORT STRUCTURE WITH 2 HR FIRE PROTECTION (AS SPECIFIED) REFER TO STRUCTURAL ENGINEER'S DRAWINGS

ALTRAC FALL ARREST SYSTEM AS SPECIFIED

400

FFL 18.750 LEVEL 4

1100 GLA ZING

ANGLED WWT1 GLAZING SYSTEM

670

4300

CL

3430

1130

ANGLED 150MM PC1 PANELS ON DEADLOAD CORBELS FIXED TO STRUCTURE

3430

STRUCTURAL STEEL TRUSS TO SUPPORT PC1 PANELS TO STRUCTURAL ENGINEERS DETAILS

F FL 4.380

F FL 4.400

F.F.L 5.030 GROUND FL

LOBBY 01.08

F.F.L 8.460 LEVEL 1

LOADING G.03

OFFICE F FL 5.030

G.07

OFFICE G.06

F FL 4.380

L OWER B EA M AT GRID 4 BE YOND

RETAIL 01 G.14

F FL 4.400

F.F.L 5.030 GROUND FL

DPC ON 50MM COMPACTED SAND BASE PILE BEYOND

Cross Section 052

053


D ANGLED HOT DIP GALV STRUCTURAL STEEL COLUMNS BEYOND. PAINT FINISH

TERRACE 05.21

GB1 BALUSTRADE 175

FFL 24.150 LEVEL 5

1715

SIM

01

A63.23

FFL 28.450 LEVEL 6

VOID

05

VOID

A63.26

PCO OFFICE

HEAD BEAM TO STRUCTURAL ENG. DETAILS

04.15

75

FFL 24.150 LEVEL 5

VOID

04

CL

SKY FOYER

VOID

PLANT

AMENITIES

1035

CL

VOID

02.13

BOULEVARD FOYER

02

VOID

3430

GREY STREET

CONC2. FOR JOINT SETOUT REFER A33 SERIES DWGS

CL

PAINT FINISH WB AND BRACKETS TO STRUCTURAL ENGINEER'S DETAILS

1040

CL

EXISTING GROUND LINE SHOWN DASHED

SHS PLENUM FRAME. REFER STRUCTURAL ENGINEERS DWG'S

02 A63.30

690

FALL

Ee

Dd

Cc

9250

Bb

14420

Aa

02.27

470 325

CWT4 SPANDREL GLAZING PANEL. REFER FACADE SPECIFICATION AND DETAILS

F.F.L 11.890

MC3 CLAD PROJECTION. FOR STRUCTURE REFER TO STRUCTURAL ENGINEER'S DETAILS

4780

A

6300

11160

PILE CAP BEYOND. REFER STRUCTURAL ENGINEERS SPECIFICATIONS

D 08

33

A43.25

A68.04

Detail Section

BG

Bb

Cc

Aa

4780

14420

9250

6300

MIRRORED SIMILAR

D

28

A40.09

08

33

A68.04

1.5°

TOP OF TR USS R .L 2 8.935

SIMILAR

A68.03 MIRRORED

6100

A

FL 7.450

HEIGHT LEVEL INDICATOR AND TERRACE SIGNAGE 05.21

FUNCTION ROOM 05.06

F.F.L 28.450 LEVEL 6

F.F.L 24.150 LEVEL 5

MC2

03.08

F.F.L 28.450 LEVEL 6

FUNCTION ROOM

MEETING ROOM 1

F.F.L 15.320 LEVEL 3

CORR

TERRACE

05.06

05.10

Detail Section CORR

N EW C ON CR ETE PLINTH TO EN GINE ER S DETAILS P AC K TO N EW FLOOR WHERE NECCE SSARY

C EILING L INE B EYOND

05.21

B EAM BE YOND

02.02

F.F.L 24.150 LEVEL 5

EXISTING BUILDING

L IN E OF C LA DD ING

F.F.L 11.890 LEVEL 2

400 PAX PLENARY HALL 01.07

FALL

EXISTING RAILWAY LINES E XISTIN G DOORS

LOADING BAY EXISTING SERVICE ROAD EXISTING PLAZA BALLROOM FOYER

FOYER

04.17

F.F.L 18.750 LEVEL 4

600 PAX PLENARY HALL 03.07

01.08

F.F.L 8.460 LEVEL 1

CORR 03.08

F.F.L 15.320 LEVEL 3

MEETING ROOM

LOADING

OFFICE

G.03 CORR

B EAM BE YOND

02.02

G.07

OFFICE G.06

L OWER B EA M AT GRID 4 BE YOND

RETAIL 01 G.14

F FL 5.030

L IN E OF C LA DD ING

F.F.L 11.890 LEVEL 2

400 PAX PLENARY HALL 01.07

EXISTING RAILWAY LINES LOADING BAY EXISTING SERVICE ROAD

FFL 5.030

EXISTING GROUND LINE SHOWN DASHED REFER LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTS DWS FOR ALL EXTERNAL FINISHES

LOBBY

UPPER FOYER

N EW FLOOR OVER E XISTING N EW C ON CR ETE PLINTH TO EN GINE ER S DETAILS P AC K TO N EW FLOOR WHERE NECCE SSARY

BALUSTRADE TO LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTS SPECIFICATIONS

S.S HANDRAIL REFER LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT DWGS

FALL

03.07

TOP OF STEE LWORK R .L 2 8.930

TOP OF TR US S R.L 28 .715

03

F.F.L 18.750 LEVEL 4

600 PAX PLENARY HALL

A43.02

BG

CONC2 (P2)

CONCRETE STAIR REFER STRUCTURAL ENGINEERS DRAWINGS. TILE FINISH REFER LANDSCAPE ENGINEERS DRAWINGS

04.17

02

A40.08

N EW FLOOR OVER E XISTING

TOP OF TR USS R .L 2 8.485

AUTO-SLIDING DOOR AS SPECIFIED EXTERNAL FINISH REFER LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTS DRAWINGS

RECESSED LIGHTING COLUMN BEYOND

VG

P ITCH IN G POINT TOP OF STEE L R.L 2 8.460

TOP OF TR USS R .L 2 8.555

U/S OF CEILING

UPPER FOYER

C

A40.06

HOT DIP GALV STEEL HOOD

02 A43.02

A63.30

7975

15475

B

A40.07

SIMILAR MIRRORED

MEETING ROOM

A40.08 VG

D

1.5°

FOYER

C

E XISTIN G DOORS

R OOF SE CTION SH OWN AT GRID LINE 4 FOR C LA RIDY.

A43.25

B

A 11160

EXISTING PLAZA BALLROOM FOYER POD 11

A40.06

FFL 5.030 GRD FLOOR

EXISTING BUILDING

Dd

A40.07

GREY STREET

MEETING ROOM 1 05.10

CONC2 COLUMN BEYOND

7975

C

C EILING L INE B EYOND

MC2

Ee

A

TOP OF TR US S R.L 28 .715

TOP OF TR USS R .L 2 8.485

HOT DIP GALV HORIZONTAL WB GLAZING SUPPORT

D

15475

B

1.5°

TOP OF TR USS R .L 2 8.935

C

TOP OF STEE LWORK R .L 2 8.930

P ITCH IN G POINT TOP OF STEE L R.L 2 8.460

TOP OF TR USS R .L 2 8.555

B

SIMILAR

A68.03 MIRRORED

A40.09 FFL R OOF SE8.460 CTION SH OWN AT GRID LINE 4 FOR C LA RIDY. LEVEL 1

SIMILAR MIRRORED

3430

MIRRORED SIMILAR

POD 11

1.5°

CONCRETE FOOTING. REFER STRUCTURAL ENGINEERS

SUSPENDED CFC SOFFIT ON EXTERNAL GRADE HANGERS AS SPECIFIED

6100

28

FFL 8.460 LEVEL 1

CONCOURSE

BONDEK SLAB REFER TO STRUCTURAL ENG. DETAILS

1500

REFER LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTS DRAWINGS FOR ALL EXTERNAL FINISHES

SUSPENDED CFC SOFFIT ON EXTERNAL GRADE HANGERS. REFER RCP PLANS FOR SETOUT

PLENUM

PAINT FINISH SHS COLUMN TO STRUCTURAL ENGINEER'S DETAILS

CL

WWT1 GLAZING FRAME TO UNDERSIDE OF SLAB. 2 x 9mm CFC SHEET TO OUTSIDE, GALV. STEEL SHEET TO INSIDE. INSULATION AS SPECIFIED WWT1 GLAZING AS SPECIFIED

FALL

3430

FFL 5.030

01

A63.29 TYPCIAL STACK JOINT. REFER FACADE ENGINEERS DETAILS

MC5

FFL 11.890 LEVEL 2

CFC

GIRTS FIXED BETWEEN SHS FRAME REFER STRUCTURAL ENGINEERS DWGS FOR WALL TYPE REFER 1:100 PLANS

200 PFC HOT DIPPED GALVANIZED AS PER STRUCTURAL ENGINEER'S SPECIFICATIONS

CWT4 SPANDREL GLAZING BEHIND PRECAST

RETAIL

AUTO BLIND AS SPECIFIED

ANGLED AUTOMATIC AIR INTAKE AWNING WINDOWS TO FACADE ENGINEER'S DETAILS AND SPECIFICATIONS

HANGIING ANGLED PC1 PANELS UNDER CFC CLAD ANGLED CONCRETE COLUMN BEHIND SHOWN DASHED. REFER ENGINEERS SPECIFICATIONS

SUSPENDED CEILING

REFER RCP PLANS RESTAURANT

SIM

FFL 15.320 LEVEL 3

A63.30

BOULEVARD ROOM

BOARDROOM

CWT3 GLAZING BEYOND

01

01

F.F.L 18.750

BLIND SUPPORT BRACKET

MC5

SUBSTATION

RUSSEL STREET

A63.26

VAR IES

STUCTURAL STEEL TRUSS SUPPORT FOR PRECAST PANELS. REFER STRUCTURAL ENGINEERS DWGS

CWT2 INSULATED SPANDREL GLASS. REFER FACADE ENGINEERS DETAILS AND SPECIFICATION

CWT1 GLAZING SYSTEM

OFFICES

04.38

MEETING ROOMS

CL 470

ARBOUR LOUNGE FOYER

3085

FFL 8.460 LEVEL 1

MEETING ROOMS AMENITIES

SPEAKERS VOID LOUNGE

A63.26

ANGLED 150MM PC1 PANELS ON DEADLOAD CORBELS FIXED TO STRUCTURE

PLANT AMENITIES

400 AUDITORIUM

CFC SOFFIT. REFER RCP PLANS FOR EXTENT

FFL 18.750 LEVEL 4

PCO OFFICE

CONCOURSE

STEEL BEAM SUPPORT STRUCTURE WITH 2 HR FIRE PROTECTION (AS SPECIFIED) REFER TO STRUCTURAL ENGINEER'S DRAWINGS

115

STRUCTURAL BEAM. REFER STRUCTURAL ENGINEERS DWGS

600 AUDITORIUM

MEETING ROOMS

AMENITIES

BONDEK SLAB REFER TO STRUCTURAL ENG. DETAILS

685

STACK JOINT TO FACADE ENGINEER'S DETAILS

3430

PAINTED CFC ON 35MM ALUMINIUM TOPHATS ON METAL FRAMING TO ALL SIDES

AMENITIES

1000 TO SILL

ING 1100 GLAZ

WWT1 GLAZING SYSTEM TO FACADE SPECIFICATION

PLAZA FOYER

PAINT FINISH WB AND BRACKETS TO STRUCTURAL ENGINEER'S DETAILS

2400

5400

SKY ROOM

PLENUM

CL

ANGLED AUTOMATIC AIR INTAKE AWNING WINDOWS TO FACADE ENGINEER'S DETAILS AND SPECIFICATIONS

PLANT

75 400

PLENUM

01

STACK JOINT TO FACADE ENGINEER'S DETAILS

03.20

D FOR CONTINUATION REFER TO DETAIL SECTION 0 9 PART 02

A63.29

BOARDROOM

03

FFL 11.890 LEVEL 2

C

AUTO BLIND AS SPECIFIED

SIM

NGLED COLUMN BEYOND GP GLAZING YSTEM. EFER A63.26 ACADE PECIFICATION

ONC2 ROJECTION

PAINT FINISH PFC BLIND SUPPORT BRACKET

MC5

PANELIZED VERTICAL BLADE REFER TO PLAN DETAILS AND FACADE ENGINEER'S DETAILS AND SPECIFCIATION

A63.26

FFL 15.320 LEVEL 3

PAINT FINISH SHS COLUMN TO STRUCTURAL ENGINEER'S DETAILS

670

20

ONC2 PROJECTION

SUSPENDED CEILING REFER RCP PLANS

1000

PAINTED CFC ON 35MM ALUMINIUM TOPHATS ON METAL FRAMING TO ALL SIDES

STEEL BEAM SUPPORT STRUCTURE WITH 2 HR FIRE PROTECTION (AS SPECIFIED) REFER TO STRUCTURAL ENGINEER'S DRAWINGS

ALTRAC FALL ARREST SYSTEM AS SPECIFIED

400

FFL 18.750 LEVEL 4

1100 GLA ZING

ANGLED WWT1 GLAZING SYSTEM

670

4300

CL

3430

1130

ANGLED 150MM PC1 PANELS ON DEADLOAD CORBELS FIXED TO STRUCTURE

3430

STRUCTURAL STEEL TRUSS TO SUPPORT PC1 PANELS TO STRUCTURAL ENGINEERS DETAILS

F FL 4.380

F FL 4.400

F.F.L 5.030 GROUND FL

LOBBY 01.08

F.F.L 8.460 LEVEL 1

LOADING G.03

OFFICE F FL 5.030

G.07

OFFICE G.06

F FL 4.380

L OWER B EA M AT GRID 4 BE YOND

RETAIL 01 G.14

F FL 4.400

F.F.L 5.030 GROUND FL

DPC ON 50MM COMPACTED SAND BASE PILE BEYOND

Cross Section 052

053


OV

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EA OF CE ILIN RO G WI OM THO S UT

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AP

S ECTI ON A CRA NKED

S ECTI ON A CRA NKED

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OV

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EA OF CE ILIN RO G WI OM THO S UT

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AP

S ECTI ON A CRA NKED

S ECTI ON A CRA NKED

054

055


D ANGLED HOT DIP GALV STRUCTURAL STEEL COLUMNS BEYOND. PAINT FINISH

TERRACE 05.21

GB1 BALUSTRADE 175

FFL 24.150 LEVEL 5

1715

STRUCTURAL STEEL TRUSS TO SUPPORT PC1 PANELS TO STRUCTURAL ENGINEERS DETAILS

SIM

FFL 28.450 LEVEL 6

01 A63.23

05

1130

ANGLED 150MM PC1 PANELS ON DEADLOAD CORBELS FIXED TO STRUCTURE

VOID

VOID

CL

670

4300

A63.26

STEEL BEAM SUPPORT STRUCTURE WITH 2 HR FIRE PROTECTION (AS SPECIFIED) REFER TO STRUCTURAL ENGINEER'S DRAWINGS

ALTRAC FALL ARREST SYSTEM AS SPECIFIED

PAINTED CFC ON 35MM ALUMINIUM TOPHATS ON METAL FRAMING TO ALL SIDES

PAINT FINISH SHS COLUMN TO STRUCTURAL ENGINEER'S DETAILS

CL

04.15 1000

FFL 24.150 LEVEL 5

670 PAINT FINISH PFC BLIND SUPPORT BRACKET

MC5

AUTO BLIND AS SPECIFIED

PANELIZED VERTICAL BLADE REFER TO PLAN DETAILS AND FACADE ENGINEER'S DETAILS AND SPECIFCIATION

75 ONC2 PROJECTION

SUSPENDED CEILING REFER RCP PLANS

PCO OFFICE

400

FFL 18.750 LEVEL 4

HEAD BEAM TO STRUCTURAL ENG. DETAILS

1100 G LA ZING

ANGLED WWT1 GLAZING SYSTEM

SIM

PLENUM

01

VOID

A63.29

PLENUM

STACK JOINT TO FACADE ENGINEER'S DETAILS CL

ANGLED AUTOMATIC AIR INTAKE AWNING WINDOWS TO FACADE ENGINEER'S DETAILS AND SPECIFICATIONS

NGLED COLUMN BEYOND

BOARDROOM

GP GLAZING YSTEM. EFER A63.26 ACADE PECIFICATION

03.20

03

FFL 18.750 LEVEL 4 VOID

D

FFL 15.320 LEVEL 3

3430

FALL

STUCTURAL STEEL TRUSS SUPPORT FOR PRECAST PANELS. REFER STRUCTURAL ENGINEERS DWGS

CFC CLAD ANGLED CONCRETE COLUMN BEHIND SHOWN DASHED. REFER ENGINEERS SPECIFICATIONS

BONDEK SLAB REFER TO STRUCTURAL ENG. DETAILS

685

CL 470

02.13

1100 GLA ZING

1000 TO SILL

SIM

CL

PILE CAP BEYOND. REFER

PAINT FINISH SHS COLUMN TO STRUCTURAL ENGINEER'S DETAILS 690

CL

CONCOURSE

BONDEK SLAB REFER TO STRUCTURAL ENG. DETAILS

470 325

F.F.L 11.890

FALL

CFC

GREY STREETLEVEL 2

CFC

ENGINEERS GREYSTRUCTURAL STREET

SHS PLENUM FRAME. REFER STRUCTURAL ENGINEERS DWG'S

HEIGHT LEVEL INDICATOR AND SIGNAGE 02.27

MC5

CFC CLAD ANGLED CONCRETE COLUMN BEHIND SHOWN DASHED. REFER ENGINEERS FFL 11.890 SPECIFICATIONS

COLUMN BEYOND

PAINT FINISH WB AND BRACKETS TO STRUCTURAL ENGINEER'S DETAILS

1040

ANGLED AUTOMATIC AIR INTAKE AWNING WINDOWS TO FACADE 7° ENGINEER'S DETAILS AND SPECIFICATIONS CL

MC3 CLAD PROJECTION. CONC2. FOR JOINT SETOUT REFER A33 SERIES DWGS FOR STRUCTURE REFER

SPECIFICATIONS

CONC2. FOR JOINT SETOUT REFER A33 SERIES DWGS EXISTING GROUND LINE SHOWN DASHED

EXISTING GROUND LINE SHOWN DASHED

FFL 5.030

CONCRETE FOOTING. REFER STRUCTURAL ENGINEERS

REFER LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTS DRAWINGS FOR ALL EXTERNAL FINISHES

TO STRUCTURAL ENGINEER'S DETAILS

REFER LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTS DRAWINGS FOR ALL EXTERNAL FINISHES

1500 SUSPENDED CFC SOFFIT ON EXTERNAL GRADE FALL HANGERS AS SPECIFIED

3430

FALL

PILE CAP BEYOND. REFER STRUCTURAL ENGINEERS SPECIFICATIONS

PILE CAP BEYOND. REFER STRUCTURAL ENGINEERS SPECIFICATIONS

CONCRETE FOOTING. REFER FFL STRUCTURAL ENGINEERS

8.460 LEVEL 1

CONCRETE FOOTING. REFER STRUCTURAL ENGINEERS

RECESSED LIGHTING

U/S OF CEILING FL 7.450

COLUMN BEYOND

3430

Detail Section

Detail Section

HEIGHT LEVEL INDICATOR AND SIGNAGE

GREY STREET FFL 5.030 GRD FLOOR

Dd

Bb

Cc 4780

14420

9250

Aa 6300

D

MIRRORED SIMILAR

28

A40.09

SIMILAR A68.03 MIRRORED

R OOF SE CTION SH OWN AT GRID LINE 4 FOR C LA RIDY.

08

33

A43.25

A68.04

C

B

A

C

A40.06

A40.07

P ITCH IN G POINT TOP OF STEE L R.L 2 8.460

TOP OF TR USS R .L 2 8.555

TOP OF TR USS R .L 2 8.485

A40.08

FUNCTION ROOM

MEETING ROOM 1

MIRRORED SIMILAR

05.21

4780

Aa 6300

Detail Section TOP OF TR USS R .L 2 8.935

MC2

04.17

600 PAX PLENARY HALL 03.07

N EW C ON CR ETE PLINTH TO EN GINE ER S DETAILS P AC K TO N EW FLOOR

F.F.L 15.320

C 15475

B

A

C

A40.06

A40.07

A40.08 VG

P ITCH IN G POINT TOP OF STEE L R.L 2 8.460

TOP OF TR USS R .L 2 8.555

TOP OF TR USS R .L 2 8.485

TOP OF STEE LWORK R .L 2 8.930

TOP OF TR US S R.L 28 .715

BG C EILING L INE B EYOND

FUNCTION ROOM

TERRACE

05.06

05.10

05.21

EXISTING BUILDING

057

UPPER FOYER 04.17

EXISTING PLAZA BALLROOM FOYER

F.F.L 18.750 LEVEL 4

CORR 03.08

6100

MEETING ROOM 1

F.F.L 24.150 LEVEL 5

UPPER FOYER

N EW FLOOR OVER E XISTING

SIMILAR A68.03 MIRRORED

SIMILAR MIRRORED

E XISTIN G DOORS

E XISTIN G DOORS

EXISTING PLAZA BALLROOM FOYER

28

R OOF SE CTION SH OWN AT GRID LINE 4 FOR C LA RIDY.

33

A68.04

B

A 11160 A40.09

08

A43.25

TERRACE

05.06

05.10

EXISTING BUILDING

FOYER

POD 11

F.F.L 28.450 LEVEL 6

C EILING L INE B EYOND

Bb

Cc 14420

D

02

A43.02

TOP OF STEE LWORK R .L 2 8.930

TOP OF TR US S R.L 28 .715

Dd 9250

VG

SIMILAR MIRRORED

BG

MC2

Ee

D 7975

15475

1.5°

TOP OF TR USS R .L 2 8.935

6100

1.5°

1.5°

POD 11

B

A 11160

1.5°

Ee

056

PLENUM

FOR WALL TYPE REFER 1:100 PLANS

A63.29 BEYOND

200 PFC HOT DIPPED GALVANIZED AS PER STRUCTURAL ENGINEER'S SPECIFICATIONS

HANGIING ANGLED PC1 PANELS UNDER

RECESSED LIGHTING

AUTO BLIND AS SPECIFIED

GREY STREET

FFL 5.030 GRD FLOOR

F.F.L 18.750

GIRTS FIXED BETWEEN SHS FRAME REFER STRUCTURAL ENGINEERS DWGS

SUSPENDED CEILING REFER RCP PLANS

U/S OF CEILING

TYPCIAL STACK JOINT. REFER FACADE ENGINEERS DETAILS

04.38

BLIND SUPPORT BRACKET

MC5

FL 7.450 01CWT3 GLAZING

VOID

FFL 01 15.320 A63.26 3 LEVEL

CONCOURSE

STEEL BEAM SUPPORT STRUCTURE WITH 2 HR FIRE PROTECTION (AS SPECIFIED) REFER TO STRUCTURAL ENGINEER'S DRAWINGS

VOID

CWT4 SPANDREL GLAZING BEHIND PRECAST

HANGIING ANGLED PC1 PANELS UNDER

CL

CWT1 GLAZING SYSTEM

3430

FFL 8.460 LEVEL 1

CWT4 SPANDREL GLAZING BEHIND PRECAST

FFL 5.030

02

VAR IES

REFER LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTS DRAWINGS FOR ALL EXTERNAL 7° FINISHES

1035

PCO OFFICE

CWT2 INSULATED SPANDREL GLASS. REFER FACADE ENGINEERS DETAILS AND VOID SPECIFICATION

3085

STEEL TRUSS SUPPORT FOR PRECAST PANELS. REFER STRUCTURAL ENGINEERS DWGS

VAR IES

FFL 8.460 LEVEL 1

BEYOND

EXISTING 01 GROUND LINE A63.26 SHOWN DASHED STUCTURAL

PLENUM

CL

STACK JOINT TO FACADE ENGINEER'S DETAILS

FFL 18.750 LEVEL 4

ANGLED 150MM PC1 PANELS ON DEADLOAD CORBELS FIXED TO STRUCTURE

CONC2. FOR JOINT SETOUT REFER A33 SERIES DWGS VOID CWT3 GLAZING

PLENUM

PAINT FINISH WB AND BRACKETS TO STRUCTURAL ENGINEER'S DETAILS

ANGLED AUTOMATIC AIR INTAKE AWNING WINDOWS TO FACADE ENGINEER'S DETAILS

A63.26

GREY STREET

ANGLED 150MM PC1 PANELS ON DEADLOAD CORBELS FIXED TO STRUCTURE

1500

CFC SOFFIT. REFER RCP PLANS FOR EXTENT

CFC

3085

PLANS FOR EXTENT

STRUCTURAL BEAM. REFER STRUCTURAL ENGINEERS DWGS

F.F.L 11.890

SIM

01

3430

FFL 8.460 FFL 11.890 LEVEL LEVEL 1 2

CFC CLAD ANGLED CONCRETE COLUMN BEHIND SHOWN DASHED. REFER 02 ENGINEERS VOID A63.26 SPECIFICATIONS CFC SOFFIT. REFER RCP

AUTO BLIND AS SPECIFIED

A63.29

SUSPENDED CFC SOFFIT AND SPECIFICATIONS VOID ON EXTERNAL GRADE HANGERS AS SPECIFIED

PAINTED CFC ON 35MM ALUMINIUM TOPHATS ON METAL FRAMING TO ALL SIDES

02.13

TO

BOARDROOM

WWT1 GLAZING SYSTEM TO FACADE SPECIFICATION

1000 TO SILL

VOID

ONC2 ROJECTION

PCO OFFICE

HANGIING ANGLED PC1 PANELS UNDER

STRUCTURAL BEAM. REFER STRUCTURAL ENGINEERS DWGS

PAINT FINISH PFC BLIND CONCOURSE SUPPORT BRACKET 02.27

DETAILS

STACK JOINT TO FACADE ENGINEER'S DETAILS 03.20

ING 1100 GLAZ

ING 1100 GLAZ

PAINTED CFC ON 35MM ALUMINIUM TOPHATS ON METAL FRAMING TO ALL SIDES

325

PAINT FINISH SHS COLUMN TO STRUCTURAL ENGINEER'S DETAILS

670

MC5 VOID PANELIZED VERTICAL BLADE REFER TO PLAN DETAILS BONDEK SLAB REFER AND CL FACADE ENGINEER'S STRUCTURAL ENG. DETAILS 470AND SPECIFCIATION

04

SUSPENDED CEILING REFER RCP PLANS

COLUMN TO STRUCTURAL ENGINEER'S DETAILS CL

FALL

NGLED COLUMN BEYOND GP GLAZING MC3 CLAD PROJECTION. YSTEM. FOR STRUCTURE REFER 03 EFER A63.26 ACADE TO STRUCTURAL PECIFICATION ENGINEER'S DETAILS

3430

VOID

FFL 15.320 LEVEL 3

04.15

SHS PLENUM FRAME. REFER STRUCTURAL ENGINEERS DWG'S

STEEL BEAM SUPPORT STRUCTURE WITH 2 HR FIRE PROTECTION (AS SPECIFIED) REFER TO STRUCTURAL ENGINEER'S DRAWINGS

PCO OFFICE PAINT FINISH SHS

A63.26

FFL 11.890 LEVEL 2

03.20

PAINT FINISH WB AND CL BRACKETS TO670 STRUCTURAL ENGINEER'S DETAILS

690

5400

01

BOARDROOM

A63.26

1040

MC5

A63.26 STUCTURAL STEEL TRUSS SUPPORT FOR PRECAST PANELS. REFER STRUCTURAL ENGINEERS DWGS

CWT4 SPANDREL GLAZING WWT1 GLAZING SYSTEM TO BEHIND PRECAST FACADE SPECIFICATION

FFL 5.030

1715

400

CWT3 GLAZING BEYOND

75

A63.26

VOID

400

04

VOID

CL FFL 24.150 LEVEL 5

75

1000

75

VOID

05

HEAD BEAM TO STRUCTURAL ENG. DETAILS

200 PFC HOT FFL 18.750 GALVANIZED AS PER ENGINEER'S ONC2 PROJECTION LEVEL 4 STRUCTURAL SPECIFICATIONS

PLENUM

FOR WALL TYPE REFER 1:100 PLANS

VOID

ALTRAC FALL ARREST SYSTEM AS SPECIFIED

35MM ALUMINIUM TOPHATS ON METAL FRAMING DIPPED TO ALL SIDES

400 75 400

175

ANGLED AUTOMATIC AIR ANGLED WWT1 INTAKE AWNINGGLAZING SYSTEM WINDOWS TO FACADE ENGINEER'S DETAILS PAINTED AND SPECIFICATIONS CFC ON

01

A63.23

1000

04.15

VARIES

ONC2 ROJECTION

TYPCIAL STACK JOINT. REFER FACADE ENGINEERS DETAILS

AUTO BLIND AS SPECIFIED

SIM

CL

PCO OFFICE

GIRTS FIXED BETWEEN SHS FRAME REFER STRUCTURAL ENGINEERS DWGS

SUSPENDED CEILING REFER RCP PLANS

FFL 28.450 LEVEL 6

A63.29

3085

03

FFL 11.890 LEVEL 2

SIM ANGLED 150MM PC1 PANELS ON DEADLOAD CORBELS FIXED TO STRUCTURE

01

VOID

ANGLED 150MM PC1 PANELS ON DEADLOAD CORBELS FIXED TO STRUCTURE

GP GLAZING YSTEM. EFER A63.26 ACADE PECIFICATION

05.21

TRUSS TO SUPPORT PC1 PANELS TO STRUCTURAL ENGINEERS DETAILS

02.13

02 A63.26

PAINTED CFC ON 35MM ALUMINIUM TOPHATS ON METAL FRAMING TO ALL SIDES

CFC SOFFIT. REFER RCP PLANS FOR EXTENT

15.320 FFL 8.460FFL LEVEL 3 LEVEL 1

VOID

TERRACE

1130

A63.26

MC5D

STRUCTURAL STEEL CWT1 GLAZING SYSTEM

PCO OFFICE

1000 TO SILL

VOID

FFL 24.150 LEVEL 5

3430

SYSTEM

VOID

05

1100 GLA ZING

1130

STRUCTURAL BEAM. REFER STRUCTURAL ENGINEERS ANGLED WWT1 DWGS GLAZING

SIM

01

A63.23

F.F.L 18.750

BLIND SUPPORT BRACKET

4300

175

1715

PAINTED CFC ON 35MM ALUMINIUM TOPHATS ON METAL FRAMING TO ALL SIDES

ANGLED 150MM PC1 PANELS ON DEADLOAD CORBELS FIXED TO STRUCTURE

NGLED COLUMN BEYOND

CWT2 INSULATED SPANDREL GLASS. REFER FACADE ENGINEERS DETAILS AND ANGLED HOT DIP SPECIFICATION GALV

GB1 BALUSTRADE

3430

ING 1100 GLAZ

05.21

WWT1 GLAZING SYSTEM TO FACADE SPECIFICATION

ONC2 PROJECTION

CL 470

TERRACE

STRUCTURAL STEEL TRUSS TO SUPPORT PC1 PANELS TO STRUCTURAL ENGINEERS DETAILS

FFL 11.890 LEVEL 2

STEEL BEAM SUPPORT STRUCTURE WITH 2 HR FIRE PROTECTION (AS SPECIFIED) REFER TO STRUCTURAL ENGINEER'S DRAWINGS

STRUCTURAL STEEL COLUMNS BEYOND. PAINT FINISH

GB1 BALUSTRADE

FFL 24.150 LEVEL 5

CONCOURSE 04.38

75 ONC2 ROJECTION

BONDEK SLAB REFER TO STRUCTURAL ENG. DETAILS

685

STACK JOINT TO FACADE ENGINEER'S DETAILS

ANGLED HOT DIP GALV STRUCTURAL STEEL COLUMNS BEYOND. PAINT FINISH

FFL 18.750 LEVEL 4

CL

400

FFL 15.320 LEVEL 3

1035

5400

04 A63.26

PAINT FINISH WB AND BRACKETS TO STRUCTURAL ENGINEER'S DETAILS

600 PAX PLENARY HALL 03.07

N EW FLOOR OVER E XISTING

FOYER

N EW C ON CR ETE PLINTH TO EN GINE ER S DETAILS P AC K TO N EW FLOOR WHERE NECCE SSARY

CORR 03.08


D ANGLED HOT DIP GALV STRUCTURAL STEEL COLUMNS BEYOND. PAINT FINISH

TERRACE 05.21

GB1 BALUSTRADE 175

FFL 24.150 LEVEL 5

1715

STRUCTURAL STEEL TRUSS TO SUPPORT PC1 PANELS TO STRUCTURAL ENGINEERS DETAILS

SIM

FFL 28.450 LEVEL 6

01 A63.23

05

1130

ANGLED 150MM PC1 PANELS ON DEADLOAD CORBELS FIXED TO STRUCTURE

VOID

VOID

CL

670

4300

A63.26

STEEL BEAM SUPPORT STRUCTURE WITH 2 HR FIRE PROTECTION (AS SPECIFIED) REFER TO STRUCTURAL ENGINEER'S DRAWINGS

ALTRAC FALL ARREST SYSTEM AS SPECIFIED

PAINTED CFC ON 35MM ALUMINIUM TOPHATS ON METAL FRAMING TO ALL SIDES

PAINT FINISH SHS COLUMN TO STRUCTURAL ENGINEER'S DETAILS

CL

04.15 1000

FFL 24.150 LEVEL 5

670 PAINT FINISH PFC BLIND SUPPORT BRACKET

MC5

AUTO BLIND AS SPECIFIED

PANELIZED VERTICAL BLADE REFER TO PLAN DETAILS AND FACADE ENGINEER'S DETAILS AND SPECIFCIATION

75 ONC2 PROJECTION

SUSPENDED CEILING REFER RCP PLANS

PCO OFFICE

400

FFL 18.750 LEVEL 4

HEAD BEAM TO STRUCTURAL ENG. DETAILS

1100 G LA ZING

ANGLED WWT1 GLAZING SYSTEM

SIM

PLENUM

01

VOID

A63.29

PLENUM

STACK JOINT TO FACADE ENGINEER'S DETAILS CL

ANGLED AUTOMATIC AIR INTAKE AWNING WINDOWS TO FACADE ENGINEER'S DETAILS AND SPECIFICATIONS

NGLED COLUMN BEYOND

BOARDROOM

GP GLAZING YSTEM. EFER A63.26 ACADE PECIFICATION

03.20

03

FFL 18.750 LEVEL 4 VOID

D

FFL 15.320 LEVEL 3

3430

FALL

STUCTURAL STEEL TRUSS SUPPORT FOR PRECAST PANELS. REFER STRUCTURAL ENGINEERS DWGS

CFC CLAD ANGLED CONCRETE COLUMN BEHIND SHOWN DASHED. REFER ENGINEERS SPECIFICATIONS

BONDEK SLAB REFER TO STRUCTURAL ENG. DETAILS

685

CL 470

02.13

1100 GLA ZING

1000 TO SILL

SIM

CL

PILE CAP BEYOND. REFER

PAINT FINISH SHS COLUMN TO STRUCTURAL ENGINEER'S DETAILS 690

CL

CONCOURSE

BONDEK SLAB REFER TO STRUCTURAL ENG. DETAILS

470 325

F.F.L 11.890

FALL

CFC

GREY STREETLEVEL 2

CFC

ENGINEERS GREYSTRUCTURAL STREET

SHS PLENUM FRAME. REFER STRUCTURAL ENGINEERS DWG'S

HEIGHT LEVEL INDICATOR AND SIGNAGE 02.27

MC5

CFC CLAD ANGLED CONCRETE COLUMN BEHIND SHOWN DASHED. REFER ENGINEERS FFL 11.890 SPECIFICATIONS

COLUMN BEYOND

PAINT FINISH WB AND BRACKETS TO STRUCTURAL ENGINEER'S DETAILS

1040

ANGLED AUTOMATIC AIR INTAKE AWNING WINDOWS TO FACADE 7° ENGINEER'S DETAILS AND SPECIFICATIONS CL

MC3 CLAD PROJECTION. CONC2. FOR JOINT SETOUT REFER A33 SERIES DWGS FOR STRUCTURE REFER

SPECIFICATIONS

CONC2. FOR JOINT SETOUT REFER A33 SERIES DWGS EXISTING GROUND LINE SHOWN DASHED

EXISTING GROUND LINE SHOWN DASHED

FFL 5.030

CONCRETE FOOTING. REFER STRUCTURAL ENGINEERS

REFER LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTS DRAWINGS FOR ALL EXTERNAL FINISHES

TO STRUCTURAL ENGINEER'S DETAILS

REFER LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTS DRAWINGS FOR ALL EXTERNAL FINISHES

1500 SUSPENDED CFC SOFFIT ON EXTERNAL GRADE FALL HANGERS AS SPECIFIED

3430

FALL

PILE CAP BEYOND. REFER STRUCTURAL ENGINEERS SPECIFICATIONS

PILE CAP BEYOND. REFER STRUCTURAL ENGINEERS SPECIFICATIONS

CONCRETE FOOTING. REFER FFL STRUCTURAL ENGINEERS

8.460 LEVEL 1

CONCRETE FOOTING. REFER STRUCTURAL ENGINEERS

RECESSED LIGHTING

U/S OF CEILING FL 7.450

COLUMN BEYOND

3430

Detail Section

Detail Section

HEIGHT LEVEL INDICATOR AND SIGNAGE

GREY STREET FFL 5.030 GRD FLOOR

Dd

Bb

Cc 4780

14420

9250

Aa 6300

D

MIRRORED SIMILAR

28

A40.09

SIMILAR A68.03 MIRRORED

R OOF SE CTION SH OWN AT GRID LINE 4 FOR C LA RIDY.

08

33

A43.25

A68.04

C

B

A

C

A40.06

A40.07

P ITCH IN G POINT TOP OF STEE L R.L 2 8.460

TOP OF TR USS R .L 2 8.555

TOP OF TR USS R .L 2 8.485

A40.08

FUNCTION ROOM

MEETING ROOM 1

MIRRORED SIMILAR

05.21

4780

Aa 6300

Detail Section TOP OF TR USS R .L 2 8.935

MC2

04.17

600 PAX PLENARY HALL 03.07

N EW C ON CR ETE PLINTH TO EN GINE ER S DETAILS P AC K TO N EW FLOOR

F.F.L 15.320

C 15475

B

A

C

A40.06

A40.07

A40.08 VG

P ITCH IN G POINT TOP OF STEE L R.L 2 8.460

TOP OF TR USS R .L 2 8.555

TOP OF TR USS R .L 2 8.485

TOP OF STEE LWORK R .L 2 8.930

TOP OF TR US S R.L 28 .715

BG C EILING L INE B EYOND

FUNCTION ROOM

TERRACE

05.06

05.10

05.21

EXISTING BUILDING

057

UPPER FOYER 04.17

EXISTING PLAZA BALLROOM FOYER

F.F.L 18.750 LEVEL 4

CORR 03.08

6100

MEETING ROOM 1

F.F.L 24.150 LEVEL 5

UPPER FOYER

N EW FLOOR OVER E XISTING

SIMILAR A68.03 MIRRORED

SIMILAR MIRRORED

E XISTIN G DOORS

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NANJING INTERNATIONAL EXPO CENTER Nanjing, China Architect Kevin Gordon – Principal in Charge and Design Principal Firm tvsdesign

“Curling Dragon, Crouching Tiger! ” Inspired by the local spirit and natural environments surrounding Nanjing, the new Expo Center is the centerpiece of the city’s new downtown area, the New District. The more than 325,160 sqm facility f e a t u r e s m u l t i p l e e x h i b i t h a l l s, a conference center and dozens of meeting rooms. Outdoor exhibition space is also featured in a highly visible location on the grand entry plaza. In addition, a junior ballroom and the grand ballroom offer dynamic views of the surrounding city. Dubbed“Curling Dragon, Crouching Tiger ”, the Nanjing International Expo Center spatially represents an integration of the mountains, water, city and trees which make this historic area so unique.

Area 325,160 m2 Photographer Blain Crellin

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NANJING INTERNATIONAL EXPO CENTER Nanjing, China Architect Kevin Gordon – Principal in Charge and Design Principal Firm tvsdesign

“Curling Dragon, Crouching Tiger! ” Inspired by the local spirit and natural environments surrounding Nanjing, the new Expo Center is the centerpiece of the city’s new downtown area, the New District. The more than 325,160 sqm facility f e a t u r e s m u l t i p l e e x h i b i t h a l l s, a conference center and dozens of meeting rooms. Outdoor exhibition space is also featured in a highly visible location on the grand entry plaza. In addition, a junior ballroom and the grand ballroom offer dynamic views of the surrounding city. Dubbed“Curling Dragon, Crouching Tiger ”, the Nanjing International Expo Center spatially represents an integration of the mountains, water, city and trees which make this historic area so unique.

Area 325,160 m2 Photographer Blain Crellin

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THEME PAVILION Yeosu, Korea Architect Stefan Rutzinger, Kristina Schinegger, Martin Oberascher, Günther Weber Team Lukas Galehr, Christoph Treberspurg, Alice Mayer, Victorie Senesova, Alex Matl, Karin Dobbler, Kathrin Dörfler, Raimund Krenmüller Firm soma Rendering Isochrom Area 6,918 m² Photographer soma

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The Theme Pavilion for the EXPO 2012 planned by the Austrian architecture office soma opened in Yeosu on May 12th. Soma's design proposal One Ocean was selected as the first prize winner in an open international competition in 2009. The main design intent was to embody the Expo’s theme The Living Ocean and Coast and transform it into a multi-layered architectural experience. Therefore the Expo’s agenda, namely the responsible use of natural resources was not visually represented, but actually embedded into the building, e.g. through the sustainable climate design or the biomimetic approach of the kinetic facade. The cutting-edge facade system was developed together with Knippers Helbig Advanced Engineering and supports the aim of the world exhibition to introduce forward-looking innovations to the public.

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Continuous transitions between contrasting experiences also form the outer appearance of the Pavilion. Towards the sea the conglomeration of solid concrete cones define a new meandering coastline, a soft edge that is in constant negotiation between water and land. Opposite side the pavilion develops out of the ground into an artificial landscape with plateaus and scenic paths. The topographic lines of the roof turn into lamellas of the kinetic media facade that faces the Expo’s entrance and draws attention to the pavilion after sunset.

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Architects experience the Ocean mainly in two ways, as an endless surface and in an immersed perspective as depth. This plain/ profound duality of the Ocean motivates the building’s spatial and organizational concept. Continuous surfaces twist from vertical to horizontal orientation and define all significant interior spaces. The vertical cones invite the visitor to immerse into the Theme Exhibition. They evolve into horizontal levels that cover the foyer and become a flexible stage for the Best Practice Area.

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Continuous transitions between contrasting experiences also form the outer appearance of the Pavilion. Towards the sea the conglomeration of solid concrete cones define a new meandering coastline, a soft edge that is in constant negotiation between water and land. Opposite side the pavilion develops out of the ground into an artificial landscape with plateaus and scenic paths. The topographic lines of the roof turn into lamellas of the kinetic media facade that faces the Expo’s entrance and draws attention to the pavilion after sunset.

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NEW CHINA INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION CENTER Beijing, China Architect Andy McLean - Principal in Charge Firm tvsdesign Area 354,000 m2 Photographer Paul Dingman

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In an international competition-winning design, tvsdesign presented a master plan for the New China International Exhibition Center that encompasses a mixed-use development as well as the countr y ’s premier exhibition complex. In keeping with Beijing’s vision of livable work environments and significant green space development, the plan links the site to the nearby Wen Yu River and the proposed green belt that runs its length. Drawing from a legacy of monumental civic design that is characteristically Chinese, the 354,000 square meters exhibition center has at its heart a series of gardens arranged along a central north-south axis extended from the river. The building is a minimally expressive framework for these spaces, a group of wall planes, gates, and pavilions that serve to create layers of space and enclose these outdoor rooms. For maximum flexibility, public access is distributed around all sides of the center, alternating with discrete and separate access points for service vehicles. To be built in two phases, the first phase will include eight exhibit halls with a total of 170,000 square meters of exhibit and support space.

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NEW CHINA INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION CENTER Beijing, China Architect Andy McLean - Principal in Charge Firm tvsdesign Area 354,000 m2 Photographer Paul Dingman

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In an international competition-winning design, tvsdesign presented a master plan for the New China International Exhibition Center that encompasses a mixed-use development as well as the countr y ’s premier exhibition complex. In keeping with Beijing’s vision of livable work environments and significant green space development, the plan links the site to the nearby Wen Yu River and the proposed green belt that runs its length. Drawing from a legacy of monumental civic design that is characteristically Chinese, the 354,000 square meters exhibition center has at its heart a series of gardens arranged along a central north-south axis extended from the river. The building is a minimally expressive framework for these spaces, a group of wall planes, gates, and pavilions that serve to create layers of space and enclose these outdoor rooms. For maximum flexibility, public access is distributed around all sides of the center, alternating with discrete and separate access points for service vehicles. To be built in two phases, the first phase will include eight exhibit halls with a total of 170,000 square meters of exhibit and support space.

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穿过商业区的绿色走廊连接东西两端的绿化带 Recreation/Greenbelt connector through commercial parcels

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雕塑园 Sculpture Garden

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景观环境图 Landscape Diagram 光滑的黑色河砾石 Polished black river rock 对比铺面 Contrasting paving 格架 Trellis

亭阁 Pavilion

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水园 Water Garden

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穿过商业区的绿色走廊连接东西两端的绿化带 Recreation/Greenbelt connector through commercial parcels

草坪 Lawn

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雕塑园 Sculpture Garden

木园 Wood Garden 沿绿化带成角度排列的窗口 既提供了视野连接又保证了 绿化带的屏冲作用 Diagonals through landscape buffer allow the connection of views while maintaining screening effect

景观环境图 Landscape Diagram 光滑的黑色河砾石 Polished black river rock 对比铺面 Contrasting paving 格架 Trellis

亭阁 Pavilion

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BMW WELT Munich, Germany Architect COOP HIMMELB(L)AU Wolf D. Prix, Helmut Swiczinsky, Wolfdieter Dreibholz ZT GmbH Design Principal Wolf D. Prix Client BMW AG, Munich, Germany Site Area 25,000 m² Gross Floor Area 73,000 m² Photographer Ari Marcopoulos, Duccio Malagamba, Marcus Buck, Christian Richters, Richard Walch

In 2000, the BMW Group decided to build a brand-experience and car-delivery center in close vicinity to the corporate headquarters and the BMW museum. 275 architects participated in an open international competition for the project. In a multi-stage selection procedure, the design by COOP HIMMELB(L)AU came out winning in July 2001.

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One of the central design ideas is to expand the existing configuration of the BMW Tower and the museum with an additional element so as to create a spatial, ideal, and identity-forming architectural ensemble. The design proposal by COOP HIMMELB(L)AU consists of a large transparent hall with a sculptural roof and a double cone informed by the relation with the existing company headquarter building.

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BMW WELT Munich, Germany Architect COOP HIMMELB(L)AU Wolf D. Prix, Helmut Swiczinsky, Wolfdieter Dreibholz ZT GmbH Design Principal Wolf D. Prix Client BMW AG, Munich, Germany Site Area 25,000 m² Gross Floor Area 73,000 m² Photographer Ari Marcopoulos, Duccio Malagamba, Marcus Buck, Christian Richters, Richard Walch

In 2000, the BMW Group decided to build a brand-experience and car-delivery center in close vicinity to the corporate headquarters and the BMW museum. 275 architects participated in an open international competition for the project. In a multi-stage selection procedure, the design by COOP HIMMELB(L)AU came out winning in July 2001.

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One of the central design ideas is to expand the existing configuration of the BMW Tower and the museum with an additional element so as to create a spatial, ideal, and identity-forming architectural ensemble. The design proposal by COOP HIMMELB(L)AU consists of a large transparent hall with a sculptural roof and a double cone informed by the relation with the existing company headquarter building.

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Flow of forces from the roof into the Double Cone Concept for taking the weight of the roof in the area of the Double Cone.

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THE CONVENSIA CONVENTION CENTER Incheon, Korea Firm Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates (KPF) Architect James von Klemperer, Richard Nemeth, Jisop Han, Jorge Mendoza Project Team Brian Chung, Elie Gamburg, Markus Hocherl, Heejin Kim, Joon-Hyuk Lee, Chloe Li, Emily Menez, Nadine Pinkett, Daniel Treinen, Udoiwod Udoiwod Area 111,000 m2 Photographer Woneyu Lee, Hans-Georg Esch, Jae-Seong

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The ConvensiA Convention Center is conceptualized as a series of folded roof planes – a "landscape" that draws upon the central p a r k s e t t i n g a n d i n v o ke s t h e jagged profile of the surrounding mountains. LEED certified sustainable design engages with the natural world on another level. The large-scale folds contain the main programmatic elements, including exhibition halls and prefunction areas. The curved roofs, like a series of upturned boat hulls, float above freestanding support spaces. The planar areas between the hull-shaped forms generate openings that engage the street and provide gathering spaces. A head-house area contains meeting rooms, the ballroom, and administrative spaces.

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THE POD EXHIBITION PAVILION Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Architect Luca F. Nicoletti, Serina Hijjas Firm Studio Nicoletti Associati Italy and Hijjas Kasturi Associates Sdn, Malaysia Construction Bina Jurati Sdn Bhd Photographer H. Lim Ho Area 800 m2

In the area of Petaling Jaya, west of Kuala Lumpur, a great urban development is under way for the establishment of a new urban center. As a landmark of this area, the developer wanted to host his on-site offices and sale's showroom in an iconic pavilion that would reflect the spirit and the architectural style of the whole development. Water droplets in nature were the inspiration for "The Pod" pavilion structure, creating a dynamic spherical form resulting in a primitive building archetype with a modern twist. The round and soft shape of The Pod is formed as a series of elliptical sections of variable widths and heights. Slither of windows brings natural daylight into the spaces below. Internally the pavilion is divided into two parts: one zone is

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THE POD EXHIBITION PAVILION Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Architect Luca F. Nicoletti, Serina Hijjas Firm Studio Nicoletti Associati Italy and Hijjas Kasturi Associates Sdn, Malaysia Construction Bina Jurati Sdn Bhd Photographer H. Lim Ho Area 800 m2

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PALM SPRINGS CONVENTION CENTER Palm Springs, California, USA Architect Fentress Architects Area 11,149 m2 Photographer Nick Merrick © Hedrich Blessing; Jason A. Knowles © Fentress Architects; © Fentress Architects

"Palm Springs is a uniquely beautiful place, and I am proud to know that visitors to the Convention Center will see that beauty mirrored in this building. This is sure to cement the city's reputation as a premier destination for meetings and conventions." – Mayor Ron Oden, Mayor of Palm Springs, California. When the City of Palm Springs asked for a new image for their convention center, they sought one that would provide a unique experience and a lasting memory to visitors who use the building. In addition, they felt that the center should create a sense of civic pride for the citizens of Palm Springs. Deriving inspiration from the surrounding landscape, Fentress Architects created a design that incorporates natural materials, mirroring the arid desert and the nearby mountain range.

visual themes throughout the design. The undulating mountain ridgeline with its windswept edges inspired the building's roofline, held aloft by irregularly shaped and canted stone pylons. The roofline welcomes and shelters guests as it guides them to the main entry, clearly announcing the building's entrance. Relocating the main entry from the east side to the west side of the building was in important design decision that resulted in a two-fold accomplishment: creation of a pedestrian connection to the downtown, and reorientation of the building views toward the city's stunning mountains. The amiable desert climate allowed the creation of spaces that flow from interior to exterior, such as the integration of outdoor oases. Sliding open the 12-meter-long glass doors between the areas connect interior and exterior. The spaces are imbued with the colors and textures of the desert – sun, shade, water and color.

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"Palm Springs is a uniquely beautiful place, and I am proud to know that visitors to the Convention Center will see that beauty mirrored in this building. This is sure to cement the city's reputation as a premier destination for meetings and conventions." – Mayor Ron Oden, Mayor of Palm Springs, California. When the City of Palm Springs asked for a new image for their convention center, they sought one that would provide a unique experience and a lasting memory to visitors who use the building. In addition, they felt that the center should create a sense of civic pride for the citizens of Palm Springs. Deriving inspiration from the surrounding landscape, Fentress Architects created a design that incorporates natural materials, mirroring the arid desert and the nearby mountain range.

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COOP HIMMELB(L)AU was founded by Wolf D. Prix, Helmut Swiczinsky, and Michael Holzer in Vienna, Austria, in 1968, and is active in architecture, urban planning, design, and art. In 1988, a second studio was opened in Los Angeles, USA. Further project studios are located in Frankfurt, Germany; Paris, France; and Hongkong, China. COOP HIMMELB(L)AU employs currently 150 team members from nineteen nations.

CRAWFORD ARCHITECTS Crawford Architects is an international full-service practice with offices in Kansas City, Missouri, USA and Sydney, NSW, Australia. They bring a wealth of planning expertise to communities worldwide. They are a leading expert in the design of mixed-use developments and specialize in their integration with public assembly facilities such as stadiums and arena facilities, convention centers, and major elements of public infrastructure. They add value to the developments that they create through innovation. The personnel comprising their team include professionally qualified, award-winning architects and planners who have provided key senior leadership roles on some of the most successful and challenging projects in the industry. The firm specializes in all aspects of the planning and design of complex projects encompassing: convention centers, mixed use, entertainment, sports, parking structures, retail, hotels, housing, commercial office facilities and higher – education. They are intimately familiar with the processes and issues associated with these projects and are recognized for their planning expertise, innovative design capabilities, accurate documentation and timely delivery of their work product. As an international practice, Crawford’s business model is unique in that the firm offers faster development timelines through the utilization of several time zones between the Kansas City and Sydney offices and by the integration of real-time communication technology into their project design and delivery methodologies. This technology means that projects can be worked on virtually around the clock with two production shifts per day resulting in time and cost savings for their clients.

FRANCISCO MANGADO Born in Navarre in 1957, Francisco Mangado earned his architecture degree from the University of Navarre School of Architecture in 1982, and has since made this institution the center of his teaching career. He has been a Guest Professor at Harvard’s Graduate School of Design, as well as Eero Saarinen Visiting Professor at Yale’s School of Architecture. He is Studio Professor in the Navarre school’s Master of Architectural Design program and Visiting Professor at l’École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne. In June 2008 he set up the Fundación Arquitectura y Sociedad, which aims to help increase architecture’s interaction with other fields of knowledge and action. The numerous distinctions he has received include the Thiene Architecture Award, the Architécti Prize, and the FAD Award for Architecture. The year 2009 brought him the Giancarlo Ius Gold Medal of the UIA, the García Mercadal Prize, the Copper in Architecture Award, the International Architecture Award, and the National Architecture Award of Spain’s Council of Architects’ Associations (CSCAE). He was named a RIBA International Fellow in December 2011.

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BENTHEM CROUWEL ARCHITEKTEN BV BNA Benthem Crouwel was set up in 1979 by Jan Benthem and Mels Crouwel. A year later the office landed its first big commission from the Government Building Agency. Benthem Crouwel became responsible for all border crossing points. In addition, the office soon carried out major work, and continues to do so today, at Schiphol Airport. Icons like Sonsbeek Pavilion and House Almere were also completed. In 1999 Benthem Crouwel was awarded the BNA Cube. The jury viewed the work as "of great value to Dutch architectural practice. Despite the complexity of the commissions, the work is marked by its clear structure, pure design and distinct character." The commissions are highly varied and span different scales. From complex infrastructure projects and public buildings with huge visitor numbers to information desks and interior color schemes. Museums, shopping centers, universities, buildings for music, assisted living centers, urban studies and master plans are all designed with the same passion. The projects reveal a fascination with solving complicated problems and, equally, attention to the smallest detail.

DANIEL LIBESKIND Daniel Libeskind, B.Arch. M.A. BDA AIA, is an international architect and designer. His practice extends worldwide from museums and concert halls to convention centers, universities, hotels, shopping centers, and residential projects. Born in Lodz, Poland in 1946, Libeskind was a virtuoso musician at a young age before giving up music to become an architect. He has received numerous awards and designed world-renowned projects including: the Jewish Museum in Berlin, the Denver Art Museum, the Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto, the Military History Museum in Dresden, and the masterplan for Grand Zero among others. Daniel Libeskind’s commitment to expanding the scope of architecture reflects his profound interest and involvement in philosophy, art, literature and music. Fundamental to Libeskind’s philosophy is the notion that buildings are crafted with the perceptible human energy, and that they address the greater cultural context in which they are built. Daniel teaches and lectures at universities across the world. He resides in New York City with his wife and business partner, Nina Libeskind.

PLASMA STUDIO ZAHA HADID Zaha Hadid studied architecture at the Architectural Association from 1972 and was awarded the Diploma Prize in 1977. As the founder of Zaha Hadid Architects, she was awarded the Pritzker Architecture Prize (considered to be the Nobel Prize of architecture) in 2004 and is internationally known for both her theoretical and academic work. Each of her dynamic and innovative projects builds on over thirty years of revolutionary exploration and research in the interrelated fields of urbanism, architecture and design. Hadid’s interest lies in the rigorous interface between architecture, landscape and geology as her practice integrates natural topography and human-made systems, leading to experimentation with cutting-edge technologies. Such a process often results in unexpected and dynamic architectural forms.

Plasma Studio is a leading emergent architecture and design practice with worldwide scope and outlook, engaging seamlessly a wide range of scales and types including furniture design, houses, hotels, cultural projects as well as landscape and urban planning. Starting with a range of small but challenging refurbishment projects in London between 1999 and 2002, founding partners Eva Castro and Holger Kehne then completed various new buildings in the Italian Dolomites where they opened a studio location with partner Ulla Hell in 2002. The studio is best known for its architectural use of form and geometry. Shifts, folds and bends create surface continuities that are never arbitrary but part of a consistent spatial and structural organization. Space becomes expanded, new potentials arise, new experiences abound. A reduced palette of materials and colors with minimal clean detailing is used in order to let dynamic ephemeral events, such as light changes, reflections and people’s movements happen and be noticed.

OLANO Y MENDO ARQUITECTOS LMN LMN specializes in designing convention centers, cultural arts venues, higher education facilities, commercial and mixed-use developments and urban environments that celebrate and enrich communities. The Seattle, WA-based firm designs both public and private projects with a particular focus on their connections to the public realm. Founded in 1979, LMN has earned an international reputation for highquality design, successfully managing complex projects, and delivering progressive, sustainable solutions. LMN’s approach draws upon the people, program, and place to create architecture that evokes a unique experience and contributes to the evolution of a community’s culture. Through rigorous exploration and research of the possibilities offered by modern technology, the firm’s work combines functional spaces with concepts that redefine the model of urban development.

KOHN PEDERSEN FOX ASSOCIATES Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates (KPF) is one of the world’s pre-eminent architecture firms, providing architecture, interior, programming and master planning services for clients in both the public and private sectors. Operating as one firm with six global offices, KPF is led by 20 Principals and 14 Directors. The firm’s 500+ staff members come from 43 different countries, speak more than 30 languages, and include over 70 LEED accredited professionals. KPF’s diverse portfolio, which features over 70 projects certified or pursuing green building certification, comprises corporate, hospitality, residential, academic, civic, transportation, and mixed-use projects located in more than 35 countries.

Olano y Mendo Arquitectos S.L. was founded by the architects Daniel Olano and Alberto Mendo in 1998. The firm has been involved in the planning, development and construction of numerous projects and building works, as well as other consultancy and management projects for large-scale developments, urban developments, work on unique urban spaces (Special Interior Renovation Plans and Special Plans for the Protection and Rehabilitation of Urban Centers) and technical assistance work related to urban development and building for local councils. The work of the firm is complemented by the development of interior design projects.

CEPEZED ARCHITECTS cepezed enjoys a solid reputation for its user and use-oriented architecture, providing a rich spatial experience. The manifestation is both modest and striking. Without explicitly demanding attention, the projects claim their own space in a forceful and self-evident way. Internally, they are characterized by friendliness, flexibility and compliance. cepezed directs equal effort to the result and to the process leading to its realization. Accordingly, the designs have a strictly rational structure and can be quickly realized by means of technologically advanced, industrially manufactured components. As cepezed’s favourite construction material, daylight makes a major contribution to the sustainability of the projects. Cost, time and quality are firmly under control at cepezed.

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COOP HIMMELB(L)AU was founded by Wolf D. Prix, Helmut Swiczinsky, and Michael Holzer in Vienna, Austria, in 1968, and is active in architecture, urban planning, design, and art. In 1988, a second studio was opened in Los Angeles, USA. Further project studios are located in Frankfurt, Germany; Paris, France; and Hongkong, China. COOP HIMMELB(L)AU employs currently 150 team members from nineteen nations.

CRAWFORD ARCHITECTS Crawford Architects is an international full-service practice with offices in Kansas City, Missouri, USA and Sydney, NSW, Australia. They bring a wealth of planning expertise to communities worldwide. They are a leading expert in the design of mixed-use developments and specialize in their integration with public assembly facilities such as stadiums and arena facilities, convention centers, and major elements of public infrastructure. They add value to the developments that they create through innovation. The personnel comprising their team include professionally qualified, award-winning architects and planners who have provided key senior leadership roles on some of the most successful and challenging projects in the industry. The firm specializes in all aspects of the planning and design of complex projects encompassing: convention centers, mixed use, entertainment, sports, parking structures, retail, hotels, housing, commercial office facilities and higher – education. They are intimately familiar with the processes and issues associated with these projects and are recognized for their planning expertise, innovative design capabilities, accurate documentation and timely delivery of their work product. As an international practice, Crawford’s business model is unique in that the firm offers faster development timelines through the utilization of several time zones between the Kansas City and Sydney offices and by the integration of real-time communication technology into their project design and delivery methodologies. This technology means that projects can be worked on virtually around the clock with two production shifts per day resulting in time and cost savings for their clients.

FRANCISCO MANGADO Born in Navarre in 1957, Francisco Mangado earned his architecture degree from the University of Navarre School of Architecture in 1982, and has since made this institution the center of his teaching career. He has been a Guest Professor at Harvard’s Graduate School of Design, as well as Eero Saarinen Visiting Professor at Yale’s School of Architecture. He is Studio Professor in the Navarre school’s Master of Architectural Design program and Visiting Professor at l’École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne. In June 2008 he set up the Fundación Arquitectura y Sociedad, which aims to help increase architecture’s interaction with other fields of knowledge and action. The numerous distinctions he has received include the Thiene Architecture Award, the Architécti Prize, and the FAD Award for Architecture. The year 2009 brought him the Giancarlo Ius Gold Medal of the UIA, the García Mercadal Prize, the Copper in Architecture Award, the International Architecture Award, and the National Architecture Award of Spain’s Council of Architects’ Associations (CSCAE). He was named a RIBA International Fellow in December 2011.

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BENTHEM CROUWEL ARCHITEKTEN BV BNA Benthem Crouwel was set up in 1979 by Jan Benthem and Mels Crouwel. A year later the office landed its first big commission from the Government Building Agency. Benthem Crouwel became responsible for all border crossing points. In addition, the office soon carried out major work, and continues to do so today, at Schiphol Airport. Icons like Sonsbeek Pavilion and House Almere were also completed. In 1999 Benthem Crouwel was awarded the BNA Cube. The jury viewed the work as "of great value to Dutch architectural practice. Despite the complexity of the commissions, the work is marked by its clear structure, pure design and distinct character." The commissions are highly varied and span different scales. From complex infrastructure projects and public buildings with huge visitor numbers to information desks and interior color schemes. Museums, shopping centers, universities, buildings for music, assisted living centers, urban studies and master plans are all designed with the same passion. The projects reveal a fascination with solving complicated problems and, equally, attention to the smallest detail.

DANIEL LIBESKIND Daniel Libeskind, B.Arch. M.A. BDA AIA, is an international architect and designer. His practice extends worldwide from museums and concert halls to convention centers, universities, hotels, shopping centers, and residential projects. Born in Lodz, Poland in 1946, Libeskind was a virtuoso musician at a young age before giving up music to become an architect. He has received numerous awards and designed world-renowned projects including: the Jewish Museum in Berlin, the Denver Art Museum, the Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto, the Military History Museum in Dresden, and the masterplan for Grand Zero among others. Daniel Libeskind’s commitment to expanding the scope of architecture reflects his profound interest and involvement in philosophy, art, literature and music. Fundamental to Libeskind’s philosophy is the notion that buildings are crafted with the perceptible human energy, and that they address the greater cultural context in which they are built. Daniel teaches and lectures at universities across the world. He resides in New York City with his wife and business partner, Nina Libeskind.

PLASMA STUDIO ZAHA HADID Zaha Hadid studied architecture at the Architectural Association from 1972 and was awarded the Diploma Prize in 1977. As the founder of Zaha Hadid Architects, she was awarded the Pritzker Architecture Prize (considered to be the Nobel Prize of architecture) in 2004 and is internationally known for both her theoretical and academic work. Each of her dynamic and innovative projects builds on over thirty years of revolutionary exploration and research in the interrelated fields of urbanism, architecture and design. Hadid’s interest lies in the rigorous interface between architecture, landscape and geology as her practice integrates natural topography and human-made systems, leading to experimentation with cutting-edge technologies. Such a process often results in unexpected and dynamic architectural forms.

Plasma Studio is a leading emergent architecture and design practice with worldwide scope and outlook, engaging seamlessly a wide range of scales and types including furniture design, houses, hotels, cultural projects as well as landscape and urban planning. Starting with a range of small but challenging refurbishment projects in London between 1999 and 2002, founding partners Eva Castro and Holger Kehne then completed various new buildings in the Italian Dolomites where they opened a studio location with partner Ulla Hell in 2002. The studio is best known for its architectural use of form and geometry. Shifts, folds and bends create surface continuities that are never arbitrary but part of a consistent spatial and structural organization. Space becomes expanded, new potentials arise, new experiences abound. A reduced palette of materials and colors with minimal clean detailing is used in order to let dynamic ephemeral events, such as light changes, reflections and people’s movements happen and be noticed.

OLANO Y MENDO ARQUITECTOS LMN LMN specializes in designing convention centers, cultural arts venues, higher education facilities, commercial and mixed-use developments and urban environments that celebrate and enrich communities. The Seattle, WA-based firm designs both public and private projects with a particular focus on their connections to the public realm. Founded in 1979, LMN has earned an international reputation for highquality design, successfully managing complex projects, and delivering progressive, sustainable solutions. LMN’s approach draws upon the people, program, and place to create architecture that evokes a unique experience and contributes to the evolution of a community’s culture. Through rigorous exploration and research of the possibilities offered by modern technology, the firm’s work combines functional spaces with concepts that redefine the model of urban development.

KOHN PEDERSEN FOX ASSOCIATES Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates (KPF) is one of the world’s pre-eminent architecture firms, providing architecture, interior, programming and master planning services for clients in both the public and private sectors. Operating as one firm with six global offices, KPF is led by 20 Principals and 14 Directors. The firm’s 500+ staff members come from 43 different countries, speak more than 30 languages, and include over 70 LEED accredited professionals. KPF’s diverse portfolio, which features over 70 projects certified or pursuing green building certification, comprises corporate, hospitality, residential, academic, civic, transportation, and mixed-use projects located in more than 35 countries.

Olano y Mendo Arquitectos S.L. was founded by the architects Daniel Olano and Alberto Mendo in 1998. The firm has been involved in the planning, development and construction of numerous projects and building works, as well as other consultancy and management projects for large-scale developments, urban developments, work on unique urban spaces (Special Interior Renovation Plans and Special Plans for the Protection and Rehabilitation of Urban Centers) and technical assistance work related to urban development and building for local councils. The work of the firm is complemented by the development of interior design projects.

CEPEZED ARCHITECTS cepezed enjoys a solid reputation for its user and use-oriented architecture, providing a rich spatial experience. The manifestation is both modest and striking. Without explicitly demanding attention, the projects claim their own space in a forceful and self-evident way. Internally, they are characterized by friendliness, flexibility and compliance. cepezed directs equal effort to the result and to the process leading to its realization. Accordingly, the designs have a strictly rational structure and can be quickly realized by means of technologically advanced, industrially manufactured components. As cepezed’s favourite construction material, daylight makes a major contribution to the sustainability of the projects. Cost, time and quality are firmly under control at cepezed.

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FENTRESS ARCHITECTS

SOMA

CCM²

RIEGLER RIEWE ARCHITECTS

Fentress Architects is a global design firm that passionately pursues the creation of sustainable and iconic architecture. Together with their clients, Fentress creates inspired design to improve the human environment. Founded by Curtis Fentress in 1980, the firm has designed US$26 billion of architectural projects worldwide, visited by over 300 million people each year. Fentress is a dynamic learning organization, driven to grow its ability to design, innovate and exceed client expectations. The firm has been honored with more than 385 distinctions for design excellence and innovation, and in 2010, Curtis Fentress was recognized by the American Institute of Architects with the most prestigious award for public architecture, the Thomas Jefferson Award. Fentress has studios in Denver, Colorado; Los Angeles, California; San Jose, California; Washington, D.C.; and London, U.K.

soma is a creative and innovative practice founded in 2009 in Austria by four partners, Martin Oberascher, Stefan Rutzinger, Kristina Schinegger and Günther Weber. soma engages architecture as an ongoing inquiry and experimentation. The studio’s field of activities ranges from the development of contemporary design strategies and innovative implementation methods to theoretical research. soma understands architecture as thinking in concepts, that deploy their potentials in spatial, physical and sensuous experiences. The office won prizes in various international competitions and has successfully worked on the implemention of international projects. soma has collected design expertise and professional experience in international collaborations and prestigious international projects. soma specializes in high-standard and complex digital design processes and the implementation of complex and advanced geometries. Their work has been widely published in international publications and exhibitions, such as the Venice Architecture Biennale 2010 (Austrian Pavilion). soma operates offices in Vienna and Salzburg.

Established in 1963, Côté Chabot Morel Architectes (CCM²) is among Québec City’s largest architecture firms. Experienced professionals and technologists have always formed a solid team that has never shied away from reinventing itself. Today, the company is led by Pierre and Mathieu Morel, who hold more than 50 years of experience between them and are assisted by a permanent team of skilled designers and technicians. CCM² is known for the quality of its work and its ability to provide distinctive and original concepts that respect the budget and deadline. They are also recognized for its excellent professional services, focused on customer and user satisfaction and on quality architecture. Over the past fifteen years, their team's energy, creativity and constant search for new ideas has garnered the firm with over twenty awards for the quality of its work. Many of these were at national level.

Since its foundation in 1987 the office Riegler Riewe Architects‘ approach has always been focused rather on the process than on the product – led by the belief that well – conceived and usable architectural concepts that are limited to the essential facilitate an economic and unobtrusive realization. Riegler Riewe are particularly interested in the confrontations and interrelations of a sociocultural approach to architectural and urban planning issues. For Riegler Riewe, in this experimental field, architectural-conceptual strategies definitely have priority over formal considerations. In their effort to incorporate sophisticated architectural design with innovative technical concepts, Riegler Riewe understand the process of designing a building as an interdisciplinary task bringing together leading specialists in their respective fields for reaching a high degree of sustainability as well as cost efficiency.

NIETO&SOBEJANO FUENSANTA NIETO and ENRIQUE SOBEJANO are graduated Architects of the Escuela Técnica Superior de Arquitectura Madrid and the GSAP Columbia University, New York. USA. They teach currently at the Universidad Europea de Madrid (UEM) and at the Universität der Künste of Berlin (UdK), and are partners of the office Nieto Sobejano Arquitectos S.L. Both have been visiting critics and/ or referents at various Spanish and international universities and institutions. From 1986 to 1991 they were editors of the architectural journal "ARQUITECTURA" edited by the Architectural Association of Madrid (Colegio Oficial de Arquitectos de Madrid). Their work has been published in various Spanish and international magazines and books and has been exhibited among others, at Biennale di Venezia 2000, 2002 and 2006.

R. SCOTT SICKELER During his twenty years at tvsdesign, Scott has been involved in some of the highest profile and most complex hotel, mixed use and convention center projects in the firm’s history. Part of what drew Scott to these building types is his facility with master planning and his strength at understanding the implications of the decisions made in the initial phases to the ultimate experience of the final built work. This understanding was derived through years of taking these complex problems from concept design to built reality; he is involved in all phases and components. He is the director of the tvsdesign hospitality segment and leads the design of a diverse range of hotel projects.

ROBERT J. SVEDBERG Rob joined tvsdesign in 1992 and has played key roles in a wide variety of project types including convention centers, hospitality, mixed use, corporate office campuses, retail and cultural facilities. With key design roles in many of tvsdesign’s award winning projects, he is a firm leader in the design of large and complex convention center and mixeduse projects, including the Puerto Rico Convention Center, Raleigh Convention Center, headquarters campuses for Merrill Lynch and large hospitality projects. Rob has spoken internationally on convention center focused on developments and convention center operations. Rob is very active in his community and sits on the City of Atlanta’s SPI-1 Development Review Committee and Marietta Street Artery Association’s Land Use Committee. He is active in firm wide leadership roles including strategic planning and employee ownership issues. As chairman of tvsdesign’s Employee Stock Ownership Plan (ESOP) committee, Rob has spoken nationally on employee communication and training issues.

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RENÉ VAN ZUUK René van Zuuk studied building production technology at the Technical University Eindhoven, where he graduated in 1988. Directly after receiving his engineers diploma, he started working at the office of Skidmore, Owings & Merrill in London and Chicago(1988-1989). In 1989 he won the competition “Ongewoon wonen II” (Unusual living II) in Almere with the design for his own house “Psyche”. His first project did not go unnoticed and got immediate attention from the architectural world. After realizing the project in 1992 René van Zuuk started his own architectural office in Almere. In the past twenty years the office has created an interesting portfolio with a large variety of designs. Underlying in all the designs is the continuous search for methods which can guide the projects. The aim is to unite a maximised degree of "particularity" of the final product with simplicity in manufacturing. René van Zuuk’s knowledge of building production technology, is of crucial importance. Almost every project derives its expression from an idea, an invention that initiates and boosts the design process.

TVSDESIGN As the world's leading convention center design firm, tvsdesign continues to have a significant impact in the industry. Their practice re-invented the convention center, focusing on emerging trends and bringing people together in both business and civic life. Their projects are often the largest and most complex investment that a client or community will undertake. This is a great responsibility that energizes their approach to transformative projects which tangibly represent the community's values and inspire the human spirit. Through this focus, they have designed four of the five largest convention facilities in North America and three of the most visited exhibition facilities in China. Their projects for Chicago, Washington D.C., and Philadelphia won national AIA and ULI design awards for re-envisioning what a convention center looks like, how it works and what market it serves – all within public works' budgets and challenging schedules. At tvsdesign, they have dedicated their professional lives to the advancement of the science, business and art of convention centers. Their 35 years of collective wisdom and expertise – from local to international markets – allows them to provide innovative, inspired design insight to meet the unique challenges of each client's vision more efficiently – with a sensitivity to the community, and an aesthetic awareness of culture and environment. Making memorable spaces with unique value is at the forefront of their vision from conception to completion of each public assembly project.

RENZO PIANO Renzo Piano was born in September 1937 in Genoa, the ancient Italian port on the Mediterranean. He studied in Florence and in Milan, where he worked in the office of Franco Albini and experienced the first student rebellions of the 1960s. Born into a family of builders, frequent visits to his father Carlo’s building sites gave him the opportunity to combine practical with academic experience. He graduated from the Politecnico University in Milan in 1964. From 1965 to 1970, he combined his first experimental work with his brother Ermanno together with numerous trips to Great Britain and the United States. In 1971, he set up the Piano & Rogers office in London with Richard Rogers. Together they won the competition for the Centre Pompidou and he subsequently moved to Paris. From the early 1970s to the 1990s, he worked with the engineer Peter Rice, sharing the Atelier Piano & Rice from 1977 to 1981. In 1981, the Renzo Piano Building Workshop (RPBW) was established, and it currently has a staff of 150 and offices in Paris, Genoa and New York. RPBW has designed buildings all around the world.

RAMON ESTEVE The architect Ramón Esteve (Valencia, 1964) is one of the most important representatives of the Valencian contemporary architecture. Formed at the Superior Technique School of Architecture of Madrid, his prolific and versatile work includes an important variety of projects, from big public equipments, such as the Biomedical Research Center, the New La Fe Hospital in Valencia, health centers, schools, conventions and cultural centers; to libraries, office buildings or a church. Ramón Esteve’s activity also excels in a very notable way in design area, originated as a natural development of his architectural projects, having given cause for the creation of several furniture collections for international brands.

STUDIO NICOLETTI ASSOCIATI STUDIO NICOLETTI ASSOCIATI, founded in 1957, delivers world-class professional design and management services. Studio Nicoletti Associati offers award winning architectural design, progressive infrastructure engineering, highly ranked project and construction management and is known for its quality and professionalism. With over 30 professionals, it is one of the eldest and largest firms in Rome. It can deliver total services to a project or form flexible work teams that can integrate into a larger group in partnering and sub-consulting roles. The Studio practice has expanded through all major aspects of urban and building design in Italy, USA, Europe, Africa, the Middle East and the Far East.

As a consequence Riegler Riewe’s projects do not only recieve national and international attention for their design but moreover prove to be highly effective and efficient in every aspect of everyday use. Riegler Riewe Architects have gained a very high reputation not only in Austria but also in many other countries as well. As a result, Riegler Riewe Architects have been invited to competitions in Austria, Italy, Germany and Switzerland.

COX RAYNER ARCHITECTS Cox Rayner Architects is the Queensland office of Cox Architecture, an Australian and international practice with projects in Singapore, China, India, Indonesia and the Middle East. Cox Rayner is renowned as a practice which translates urban design into architecture which responds integrally to context, place and culture. The practice is especially distinguished in creating innovative solutions for tropical and subtropical climates, with environmental performance at the fore. The practice is internationally recognized by winning two World Architecture Festival (Barcelona) Awards for the Helix Pedestrian Bridge in Singapore and the Kurilpa Pedestrian Bridge in Brisbane. Durability to create inventive ways to integrate structure and architecture has also resulted in a specialization in Exhibition and Convention Centers, major examples being Brisbane, Cairns North Queensland and Changi Singapore.

STUDIO MANFRONI & ASSOCIATI (MMAA) Studio Manfroni & Associati (MMAA) was founded in La Spezia (Italy) in 1986 by Mario Manfroni as Chief Executive. Patrizia Burlando joined MMAA in 1993, Daniela Cappelletti in 1999 and Danilo Sergiampietri in 2001. MMAA works internationally across all key construction sectors for both the public and private clients and is known for providing complete projects to transform areas for different uses with the target of getting high architectural quality, technical innovation and controlled costs. The main results are a high level of concreteness and implementation of most of the planned projects. Realized projects include the Trade Fair Center, the Riva Shipyard and an Office and Production Center in La Spezia, the Reuse of the Former Railway Lines in Levanto, a Road Police Station in Mondovì, Cuneo and a number of private residential buildings. MMAA's current projects include Safran Palace in La Spezia, the Idroscalo Park Renovation in Milan, three new Office Buildings in La Spezia, a Marina in Gelendzhik (Russia) and the Conversion of a Former Furnace Building in La Spezia.

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FENTRESS ARCHITECTS

SOMA

CCM²

RIEGLER RIEWE ARCHITECTS

Fentress Architects is a global design firm that passionately pursues the creation of sustainable and iconic architecture. Together with their clients, Fentress creates inspired design to improve the human environment. Founded by Curtis Fentress in 1980, the firm has designed US$26 billion of architectural projects worldwide, visited by over 300 million people each year. Fentress is a dynamic learning organization, driven to grow its ability to design, innovate and exceed client expectations. The firm has been honored with more than 385 distinctions for design excellence and innovation, and in 2010, Curtis Fentress was recognized by the American Institute of Architects with the most prestigious award for public architecture, the Thomas Jefferson Award. Fentress has studios in Denver, Colorado; Los Angeles, California; San Jose, California; Washington, D.C.; and London, U.K.

soma is a creative and innovative practice founded in 2009 in Austria by four partners, Martin Oberascher, Stefan Rutzinger, Kristina Schinegger and Günther Weber. soma engages architecture as an ongoing inquiry and experimentation. The studio’s field of activities ranges from the development of contemporary design strategies and innovative implementation methods to theoretical research. soma understands architecture as thinking in concepts, that deploy their potentials in spatial, physical and sensuous experiences. The office won prizes in various international competitions and has successfully worked on the implemention of international projects. soma has collected design expertise and professional experience in international collaborations and prestigious international projects. soma specializes in high-standard and complex digital design processes and the implementation of complex and advanced geometries. Their work has been widely published in international publications and exhibitions, such as the Venice Architecture Biennale 2010 (Austrian Pavilion). soma operates offices in Vienna and Salzburg.

Established in 1963, Côté Chabot Morel Architectes (CCM²) is among Québec City’s largest architecture firms. Experienced professionals and technologists have always formed a solid team that has never shied away from reinventing itself. Today, the company is led by Pierre and Mathieu Morel, who hold more than 50 years of experience between them and are assisted by a permanent team of skilled designers and technicians. CCM² is known for the quality of its work and its ability to provide distinctive and original concepts that respect the budget and deadline. They are also recognized for its excellent professional services, focused on customer and user satisfaction and on quality architecture. Over the past fifteen years, their team's energy, creativity and constant search for new ideas has garnered the firm with over twenty awards for the quality of its work. Many of these were at national level.

Since its foundation in 1987 the office Riegler Riewe Architects‘ approach has always been focused rather on the process than on the product – led by the belief that well – conceived and usable architectural concepts that are limited to the essential facilitate an economic and unobtrusive realization. Riegler Riewe are particularly interested in the confrontations and interrelations of a sociocultural approach to architectural and urban planning issues. For Riegler Riewe, in this experimental field, architectural-conceptual strategies definitely have priority over formal considerations. In their effort to incorporate sophisticated architectural design with innovative technical concepts, Riegler Riewe understand the process of designing a building as an interdisciplinary task bringing together leading specialists in their respective fields for reaching a high degree of sustainability as well as cost efficiency.

NIETO&SOBEJANO FUENSANTA NIETO and ENRIQUE SOBEJANO are graduated Architects of the Escuela Técnica Superior de Arquitectura Madrid and the GSAP Columbia University, New York. USA. They teach currently at the Universidad Europea de Madrid (UEM) and at the Universität der Künste of Berlin (UdK), and are partners of the office Nieto Sobejano Arquitectos S.L. Both have been visiting critics and/ or referents at various Spanish and international universities and institutions. From 1986 to 1991 they were editors of the architectural journal "ARQUITECTURA" edited by the Architectural Association of Madrid (Colegio Oficial de Arquitectos de Madrid). Their work has been published in various Spanish and international magazines and books and has been exhibited among others, at Biennale di Venezia 2000, 2002 and 2006.

R. SCOTT SICKELER During his twenty years at tvsdesign, Scott has been involved in some of the highest profile and most complex hotel, mixed use and convention center projects in the firm’s history. Part of what drew Scott to these building types is his facility with master planning and his strength at understanding the implications of the decisions made in the initial phases to the ultimate experience of the final built work. This understanding was derived through years of taking these complex problems from concept design to built reality; he is involved in all phases and components. He is the director of the tvsdesign hospitality segment and leads the design of a diverse range of hotel projects.

ROBERT J. SVEDBERG Rob joined tvsdesign in 1992 and has played key roles in a wide variety of project types including convention centers, hospitality, mixed use, corporate office campuses, retail and cultural facilities. With key design roles in many of tvsdesign’s award winning projects, he is a firm leader in the design of large and complex convention center and mixeduse projects, including the Puerto Rico Convention Center, Raleigh Convention Center, headquarters campuses for Merrill Lynch and large hospitality projects. Rob has spoken internationally on convention center focused on developments and convention center operations. Rob is very active in his community and sits on the City of Atlanta’s SPI-1 Development Review Committee and Marietta Street Artery Association’s Land Use Committee. He is active in firm wide leadership roles including strategic planning and employee ownership issues. As chairman of tvsdesign’s Employee Stock Ownership Plan (ESOP) committee, Rob has spoken nationally on employee communication and training issues.

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RENÉ VAN ZUUK René van Zuuk studied building production technology at the Technical University Eindhoven, where he graduated in 1988. Directly after receiving his engineers diploma, he started working at the office of Skidmore, Owings & Merrill in London and Chicago(1988-1989). In 1989 he won the competition “Ongewoon wonen II” (Unusual living II) in Almere with the design for his own house “Psyche”. His first project did not go unnoticed and got immediate attention from the architectural world. After realizing the project in 1992 René van Zuuk started his own architectural office in Almere. In the past twenty years the office has created an interesting portfolio with a large variety of designs. Underlying in all the designs is the continuous search for methods which can guide the projects. The aim is to unite a maximised degree of "particularity" of the final product with simplicity in manufacturing. René van Zuuk’s knowledge of building production technology, is of crucial importance. Almost every project derives its expression from an idea, an invention that initiates and boosts the design process.

TVSDESIGN As the world's leading convention center design firm, tvsdesign continues to have a significant impact in the industry. Their practice re-invented the convention center, focusing on emerging trends and bringing people together in both business and civic life. Their projects are often the largest and most complex investment that a client or community will undertake. This is a great responsibility that energizes their approach to transformative projects which tangibly represent the community's values and inspire the human spirit. Through this focus, they have designed four of the five largest convention facilities in North America and three of the most visited exhibition facilities in China. Their projects for Chicago, Washington D.C., and Philadelphia won national AIA and ULI design awards for re-envisioning what a convention center looks like, how it works and what market it serves – all within public works' budgets and challenging schedules. At tvsdesign, they have dedicated their professional lives to the advancement of the science, business and art of convention centers. Their 35 years of collective wisdom and expertise – from local to international markets – allows them to provide innovative, inspired design insight to meet the unique challenges of each client's vision more efficiently – with a sensitivity to the community, and an aesthetic awareness of culture and environment. Making memorable spaces with unique value is at the forefront of their vision from conception to completion of each public assembly project.

RENZO PIANO Renzo Piano was born in September 1937 in Genoa, the ancient Italian port on the Mediterranean. He studied in Florence and in Milan, where he worked in the office of Franco Albini and experienced the first student rebellions of the 1960s. Born into a family of builders, frequent visits to his father Carlo’s building sites gave him the opportunity to combine practical with academic experience. He graduated from the Politecnico University in Milan in 1964. From 1965 to 1970, he combined his first experimental work with his brother Ermanno together with numerous trips to Great Britain and the United States. In 1971, he set up the Piano & Rogers office in London with Richard Rogers. Together they won the competition for the Centre Pompidou and he subsequently moved to Paris. From the early 1970s to the 1990s, he worked with the engineer Peter Rice, sharing the Atelier Piano & Rice from 1977 to 1981. In 1981, the Renzo Piano Building Workshop (RPBW) was established, and it currently has a staff of 150 and offices in Paris, Genoa and New York. RPBW has designed buildings all around the world.

RAMON ESTEVE The architect Ramón Esteve (Valencia, 1964) is one of the most important representatives of the Valencian contemporary architecture. Formed at the Superior Technique School of Architecture of Madrid, his prolific and versatile work includes an important variety of projects, from big public equipments, such as the Biomedical Research Center, the New La Fe Hospital in Valencia, health centers, schools, conventions and cultural centers; to libraries, office buildings or a church. Ramón Esteve’s activity also excels in a very notable way in design area, originated as a natural development of his architectural projects, having given cause for the creation of several furniture collections for international brands.

STUDIO NICOLETTI ASSOCIATI STUDIO NICOLETTI ASSOCIATI, founded in 1957, delivers world-class professional design and management services. Studio Nicoletti Associati offers award winning architectural design, progressive infrastructure engineering, highly ranked project and construction management and is known for its quality and professionalism. With over 30 professionals, it is one of the eldest and largest firms in Rome. It can deliver total services to a project or form flexible work teams that can integrate into a larger group in partnering and sub-consulting roles. The Studio practice has expanded through all major aspects of urban and building design in Italy, USA, Europe, Africa, the Middle East and the Far East.

As a consequence Riegler Riewe’s projects do not only recieve national and international attention for their design but moreover prove to be highly effective and efficient in every aspect of everyday use. Riegler Riewe Architects have gained a very high reputation not only in Austria but also in many other countries as well. As a result, Riegler Riewe Architects have been invited to competitions in Austria, Italy, Germany and Switzerland.

COX RAYNER ARCHITECTS Cox Rayner Architects is the Queensland office of Cox Architecture, an Australian and international practice with projects in Singapore, China, India, Indonesia and the Middle East. Cox Rayner is renowned as a practice which translates urban design into architecture which responds integrally to context, place and culture. The practice is especially distinguished in creating innovative solutions for tropical and subtropical climates, with environmental performance at the fore. The practice is internationally recognized by winning two World Architecture Festival (Barcelona) Awards for the Helix Pedestrian Bridge in Singapore and the Kurilpa Pedestrian Bridge in Brisbane. Durability to create inventive ways to integrate structure and architecture has also resulted in a specialization in Exhibition and Convention Centers, major examples being Brisbane, Cairns North Queensland and Changi Singapore.

STUDIO MANFRONI & ASSOCIATI (MMAA) Studio Manfroni & Associati (MMAA) was founded in La Spezia (Italy) in 1986 by Mario Manfroni as Chief Executive. Patrizia Burlando joined MMAA in 1993, Daniela Cappelletti in 1999 and Danilo Sergiampietri in 2001. MMAA works internationally across all key construction sectors for both the public and private clients and is known for providing complete projects to transform areas for different uses with the target of getting high architectural quality, technical innovation and controlled costs. The main results are a high level of concreteness and implementation of most of the planned projects. Realized projects include the Trade Fair Center, the Riva Shipyard and an Office and Production Center in La Spezia, the Reuse of the Former Railway Lines in Levanto, a Road Police Station in Mondovì, Cuneo and a number of private residential buildings. MMAA's current projects include Safran Palace in La Spezia, the Idroscalo Park Renovation in Milan, three new Office Buildings in La Spezia, a Marina in Gelendzhik (Russia) and the Conversion of a Former Furnace Building in La Spezia.

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EXHIBITION & CONVENTION CENTER  

ISBN 978-7-5611-7320-6 285mm*380mm 384pages Hardcopy 1st edition, January, 2013

EXHIBITION & CONVENTION CENTER  

ISBN 978-7-5611-7320-6 285mm*380mm 384pages Hardcopy 1st edition, January, 2013

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