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0'

5'

Drought

10'

15'

20' Normal

25' This

facility

flooding

will

serve

and

as

an

drought

environmental

two

powerful

education

center.

environmental

The

forces

center on

focuses

the

city,

on

two

covering

of two

Houston’s extreme

The center informs visitors and the general public about these issues in several ways. First, the center reaches visitors by providing

research space

pressing

portions

environmental of

Houston’s

issues: climate.

informational exhibits

and

in the structures found on site. In addition to these programmatic functions, the site itself becomes an informational tool to visitors and other

pedestrians and drivers.

30'

The structures on site are seated in water channels, fed by the adjacent bayou. The amount of water in the bayou determines the height of these

buildings, which begin to inform outsiders of the bayou level and the inherent relationship between this level and the environmental issues that the center addresses.

changing level of the buildings on site, the bayou to flood the majority of the site during the rainy season,

The visitors’ experience changes drastically as the bayou level changes. In addition to the topographical surface of the site has been altered in order to allow the

leaving the entire site as a full extension of the bayou into the education center.

In order to accommodate pedestrian circulation into this scheme, the

entrances to the buildings are connected to a boardwalk, floating on the bayou itself, in order to maintain the same level as the connected buildings.

Flood

35'


7.14 inches

Amount of rain Houston received from May 1, 2009 through August 19, 2009, the driest ever during this summer period These severe weather conditions affect bayou levels dramatically

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54 inches

Average amount of rain Houston receives each year This large amount of rain, typically concentrated between the months of August and April, raises bayou levels to dangerous levels and can destroy many homes and businesses

35 feet

Height that water on Buffalo Bayou can rise to, rapidly, from sea level,

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often within several hours These rapid changes require a project that can withstand and incorporate significant bayou level changes.

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about our environmental issues 8

87.4 degrees These record high temperatures, coupled with the minimal amount of rain experienced in recent summers, contribute to local droughts, requiring city water conservation regulations. The exhibits on site inform visitors about local and global conservation issues, while connecting these issues to the site through use of the bayou level

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The floating structures on site use flood waters in order to show these changes, in order to educate the public

Average temperature Houston experienced, July 2009

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1 1 reception 2 exhibition 3 classroom 4 electronic laboratory 5 storage 6 multi-purpose assembly 7 office 8 conference 9 library 10 kitchen 11 laboratory 12 archive 13 display kiosk 14 covered meeting area 15 gardening facilities 16 secured growing area 17 green house 18 pond

Site Plan


Section BB - Drought

Section BB - Flood

Axonometric

Cherrybark Oak

Montezuma Baldcypress

Large, deciduous tree Tolerates flooding well Reliable fall colors

Large, evergreen tree Tolerates flooding well Rapid Growth

Pea Gravel

Western Red Cedar

Relatively soft texture Low-to-no maintenance Drains water easily

Weathers to a silver-grey Exceptionally rot-proof Highly Durable

Polyvinylidene Fluoride Color-Coated Corrugated Iron Alloy


3/4" thick corrugated metal siding

10LH16 Steel Truss @ 24” OC

W12 x 24 Steel I-Beam 5”x10” Steel Column 1” Rigid Insulation Concrete Retaining Wall 1” Air Gap

6” Concrete Slab Rubber Bumper 2” Think Aluminum Flotation Tube

1” Steel Cable

Spring-loaded retracting pulley

Wall Section


Primary Concept: Organize program according to light requirements

Secondary Concept: Place dark, inherently private,

Conceptual Section

programmatic functions at the top of the building to keep the private experiences at the end of the visitor’s journey

Goal: Provide the lower levels with the most natural light, while limiting natural light from the upper levels

Solution: Create lightwells, angled to the typical location of the sun, in order to funnel light into the lower levels.

Site Plan

Light

Structure

HVAC

Accessible Emergency Egress


Section AA

Section BB

North Elevation A

A

B

B

Theater Level A

A

B

B

Ground Level

Model

Wall Section


INTENT To create housing units that accommodate different types of people with varying relationships. The curtain system allows residents to control the amount of privacy and environmental qualities of each space within the building. Secondly, the system permits the configuration of differerent spaces. This ability allows an unlimited number of configurations. As a result, large space can be organized to fit the needs of a single person - or a single family. Curtains can be opened in order to create one very large living space, or can be split into separate bedrooms, living spaces, dining spaces, etc. At the largest scale, this system creates relationships between these units. Whether neighbors want to open their yards up together, in order to gain outdoor area, while compromising privacy, or close their yards to other nearby residents, the system allows for interunit interactions (or lack thereof, based on resident choices). Each housing unit makes up part of the overall complex. The relationship between indoor and outdoor is mixed in order to create interactions among residents.

Unit A Interior Configuration

Perspective Origin


Curtain Properties

Spatial Organizer

Inter-Unit Configurations

Light Control Visual Privacy

Sound Dampening Sound Absorption Artificial Light Source

Unit A

Site Plan

Unit B - Lower

Unit B - Upper

Unit C - Lower

Unit C - Upper


Selling the “Car Culture” through Advertising Between 1921 and 1925, declining production costs allowed dealers to cut car prices six times. As a result, cars were made available to the public at large. By 1929, a quarter of all American families owned a car. This number was further facilitated by the ability to purchase cars on credit: about 60%of driven cars were paid in installments with interest rates of 30% or higher. Cars revolutionized the American way of life by promoting family togetherness through evening rides, picnics, and weekend excursions.

“80% Automatic, Only 20% Driver Effort”Chevro

“Any color - so long as it is black...” Henry Ford

a

b Car production time - 12.5 hours

Car production time - 1.5 hours

Car sales decline because of an expanding market and the war

Power steering becomes comercially o available

aterialistic consumer cuture influenc Materialistic The station wagon gains popuarity among families Post-WWII boom in construction industry raises truck sales

Ford Model A introduced as first “closed cab” pickup

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10

1919-40

a

20

25

30

35

1940-80

b

40

45

50

1

c

55

1980-?

2

Financing Options (1919-Present)


Cars, Women, and Advertising

A New Market for Consumerism

Advertisements of the 1960s unveiled undercurrents of sexism. For instance, specific car models were specifically made and advertised for men or women, especially with the recent popularity of muscle cars. Selling points, such as the comparison of driving and sports or dancing, reflect not only the contemporary economy, but also the culture.

With the creation of the minivan, a new market for consumerism commenced. Automobile manufacturers transitioned their efforts from the single family to the multi-family. In turn, advertising prioritized a larger age group. The introduction of the minivan promoted price and space efficiency, best suited for the Brady Bunch and boy scouts alike.

A Crisis as Represented in Advertising Losses In the first quarter of 2008 alone, the auto industry spent $414 million less on advertising than in last year’s first quarter. Newspapers were the hardest hit, losing $131 million, while magazines have lost $72 million. For the year, auto advertising dollars declined by approximately $3 billion.

“New Fun” Pontiac Phoenix

c

olet

First s hybrid car intruuced to the US

intro ces introduction

Sales decline drastically due to high prices and economic recession t Wagon sales slow due to negative image g and increasing competition

Small wagons ns re-enter the market to compete with less fuel efficient large vehicles Construction industry picks up due to dot-com market boom

Minivan introduction caters to the second baby-boom

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65

aa

70

Sales decline because of rocketing fuel prices

SUV gains popularity among families

Economic recession decreases sales, especially among gass guzzlers

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b

80

85

90

c

Declining image gives way to other sectors of the market

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05

08

Future

79% New Cars 21% Used Cars

Average Ratio of New to Used Cars on Texas Dealer Lots Source: Don McGill Toyota of Katy

Ford GM Chrysler Domestic Misc. Foreign

Ford GM Chrysler Domestic Misc. Foreign

Market Share Percentage (1920, 1950, 2008)

Texas Sales Relative to 2004, Each Car Represents 0.5% Source: New York Times

Texas Auto Sales Net Value (2008) Sales Relative to 2004, Each Car Represents 0.5% Source: Texas Ahead


van

our vans don’t roll over but your miles do

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This office building concept begins to look at the way architecture can begin to accommodate vehicular and pedestrian traffic on a relatively narrow, unusually shaped site.

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I detailed renderings for presentation and rendered drawings in order to convey programmatic functions, spatial organization, and traffic flow.

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SERVICE

STRUCTURED PARKING

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PARKING GARAGE ENTRANCE/EXIT


This apartment building is designed to accommodate the needs of the transit center which it is built around.

I worked

primarily on construction threedimensional model and rendering views for presentation.

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This large hotel begins to look at solutions regarding the accommodation of incredible numbers of people simultaneously.

From rooms and food

service areas to lobbies and public spaces, this project investigates the challenges presented by the program.

I

began to look at these spaces by drawing and rendering plans, elevations, and landscape details.

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6.80m 7.60m

MICHAEL GRAVES AND ASSOCIATES

HOTEL A - LEVEL 02

HOTEL A - LEVEL 02

SCALE 1:300

SCALE 1:300

JABAL AL KABAA JABAL HOTEL AL KABAA HOTEL MAKKAH, SAUDI ARABIA

MAKKAH, SAUDI ARABIA

MARCH 31, 2010

MARCH 31, 2010

KAABA

KAABA

4.35m NET 4.50m MODULE 4.35m NET 4.50m MODULE

4 BED GUESTROOM - 31m²

5 BED GUESTROOM - 34.5m²

TYPICAL GUESTROOM MODULES

(AS PROVIDED BY CLIENT INITIALLY)

SCALE 1:30

JABAL AL KABAA HOTEL

MICHAEL GR MEDHAT ABO

MAKKAH, SAUDI ARABIA JULY 2010

MICHAEL GRAVES AND ASSOCIATES

HOTEL B - LEVEL 02M SCALE 1:300

JABAL AL KABAA HOTEL

KAABA

MAKKAH, SAUDI ARABIA MARCH 31, 2010

6.80m

100 m ABOVE GROUND 132.5 m TO PARAPET 182.5 m TOTAL HEIGHT

MECHANICAL PENTHOUSE

GUESTROOM LEVELS

4.35m NET 3 LEVELS PODIUM ABOVE GRADE

4.50m MODULE +306.00 m GROUND

2 SERVICE & VEHICULAR LEVELS BELOW GRADE PARKING LEVELS BELOW GRADE

4 BED GUESTROOM - 31m² HOTEL A - SCHEMATIC SECTION SCALE 1:300

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P S / I S 4 2 Q U E EN S A D D I TI O N - L LW 4 7 651 S P E C I F I C AT I ON # : 0 9 6 5 0 R ES I L I EN T FLO O R I N G C O M M E N T S # : 2 0 1 1 -0 3 -3 1 .S K -1

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SPECIFICATION SECTION : 09650 Re silie nt flooring, 3 . 0 4 I n s t a lla t ion o f t ile f lo ors , B . 2 . “ 2. L ay adja c e nt tile with dire c t io n of t e x t u re o ppos it e a djoin ing t i l e s . ” V CT PATTERNS, COLORS A N D STA RT P OI N T S SH OW N I N A 9 0 0 S E RI E S .

N E W YOR K C I T Y S C H OOL CON S T R U C T I ON A U T HOR I T Y

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GRAVES-MMA,

a Joint Venture


Ps 42 Q ueens Q ueens , ny

This elementary school in Queens, NY posed a new set of education experiences

I was on preceptorship. Although the building was already under construction, I gained valuable construction administration experience, working directly

while

with the contractors and client in order to help facilitate the completion of a desirable final product.

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Ps 290 Q ueens Q ueens , ny

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I worked extensively on this elementary school project, drawing from schematic through construction documents. I approached sustainable building aspects, such as glazing issues and materiality, head on in order to create a student and faculty-friendly facility.


1-15 GRADE 4-5

1-15 GRADE 4-5

8-10 GUIDANCE

CW10-11 SPECIAL ED

ROOF

SUPER VISOR

CW10-11 SPECIAL ED

6-12.1 LIBRARY

1-15 GRAD E 4-5

1-15 GRADE 4-5

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CW30-00 GUIDANCE

C H

3-14 SCIENCE LAB/DEMO A

1-14 GRADE 3

V

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IFG A IFG

CW17-12 C SPEECH S

3-15 SCIENCE PREP

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BW I

1-15 GRADE 4-5

1-14 GRADE 3

OPEN

8-51 MEDICAL SUITE

8'-0"

8'-0"

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G

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CW80-00 STORAGE

CW40-70 ADMIN

CW34-00 OCC THERAPY

CW10-12 CW10-12 CW10-12 SPECIAL ED SPECIAL ED SPECIAL ED ALT 1 ALT 1 ALT 1

9-25 AV

CHAIRS 2-30.1 MUSIC SUITE

LO

WER

9-25 AV

GYMNASIUM BELOW

1-14 GRADE 3

J

GFI

4-30 LOCKER ROOM

E

10-22 MAIL

7-21 LOBBY

4-30 LOCKER ROOM

4-X SHWR

G

CA

PA

CI

TY

= 26

4

10-11 GENERAL OFFICE 10-16 DUPLIC

10-14 RECORDS

4-53 GYM ST

IWB

1-14 GRADE 3

GFI

H

C

1 -1 8 KINDERGARTEN ALT1

1 -1 8 KINDERGARTEN ALT1

1-11 KINDERGARTEN 5 -2 9 AV

11-10 STUDENT DINING FEMALE T & L MALE T & L C

4-12 GYMNASIUM

H

RECEIVING C

H

9-24 REFUSE

SERVERY

COOK

9-19 GRNDS

OFFICE

C

PREP

C

H

DRY STORAGE

H

PREP

NON-FOOD STORAGE REF POT WASH FR

CAN WASH/ MOP ROOM

FUEL 1-12 GRADE 1-2

1-12 GRADE 1-2

J

9-25 AV

SUPERVISOR

1-32 SPEECH RESOURCE

1-12 GRADE 1-2

1-12 GRADE 1-2

12-XX FIRE PUMP

1-12 GRADE 1-2

9-11 BOOK STOR 12-28 SSA BIKES OFFICE

12-10 CUST LCKR

E

1-30 SPECIAL ED

WATER EMERG MAIN ELEC SERVICE ELEC

8'-0"

1-14 GRADE 3

9-21 SECURE AV

IN

10-13 PRINCIPAL

4-50 HEALTH INSTR

3-13 SCIENCE ROOM

AT

1-10 PRE-K

1-10 PRE-K

1-34 RESOURCE RM

9-25 AV

L SE

12-11 CUSTODIAN

RPZ

1-31 READING RESOURCE

8'-0"

E

8-30 SBST

1-30 SPECIAL ED

VE

4-90 GYMNASIUM/ AUDITORIUM

5-12 DRESSING

1-14 GRADE 3

LE

1-12 GRADE 1-2 12-10 CUST LCKR

1-12 GRADE 1-2 12-25 TELECOM ROOM

1-12 GRADE 1-2

9 - 1 4 12-14 12-16 FURN CUSTOD CUST 9-16 STOR STORAGE WKSHP GENERAL SUPPLY

10-25 PARENTS ROOM 1 0 - 2 4 11-11 TEACHER STAFF WORKRM LUNCH

2-11 ART STOR UP

2-10 ART

OPEN TO BELOW

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D A Y LI G H T Z ON E F A CTOR OV E R . 1 8 UN D E R . 1 5

DAY L I GH T I N G

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BRACED-SIDE COURT GOAL GE927 GE913 GE912

VOLLEYBALL COURT/ FLOOR MARKINGS FLOOR MARKING/BASKETBALL COURT

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09590

1

7

WALL PROTECTION MATS (QTY. VARIES)

2'x6'x2"

11480

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8

GE929

VOLLEYBALL STANDARDS FLOOR PLATE/BASE PAD CHAIR LIFT

2'x6'x2"

11480

2

-

14420

1

10

MD004

FOLDING PARTITION/ ELECTRICAL W/POCKET DOOR

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10652

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MA002 MA001 MA004 MA006 MA005 FE001 M1003 M1001 MD006 MD007 GE914

ACT CURTAIN PROSCENIUM VALANCE SIDE CYCLORAMA CURTAIN

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GE914 CL001

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WALL MARKINGS

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CL004

ANALOG CLOCK WITH GUARD

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EL005

DUPLEX THREE WIRE GROUNDED RECEPT. 20A-125V

E3

EL039

QUADRUPLEX THREE WIRE GROUNDED RECEPTACLE, 20A, 125V. SUBSCRIPT "S" INDICATES WITH SURGE SUPPRESSION.

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EL034 TE002

PRIVACY/CALL-IN SWITCH OUTLET FOR WALL MTD TELEPHONE IN A METAL LOCK BOX

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16725

2

E7

EL004

SINGLE POLE TOGGLE SWITCH, SUBSCRIPT 'K' INDICATES KEY OPERATED

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16140

6

E22

EL101

MICROPHONE OUTLET, SURFACE MOUNTED, AT 18" A.F.F.

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16770

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E34

WIRELESS ACCESS POINT

16770

16770

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2

E2

E39

EL037 EL031

AUDITORIUM SPEAKER

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E40

EL069

AUDIO INPUT FOR VCR/DVD MTD. AT 18" A.F.F.

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16770

1

E41 E45 E47

EL041

FIBER OPTIC DATA OUTLET

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16728 16771 16771 16471 16770 16471

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16471 10652

1 2

E2

16770 16771

2 1

E7

16771

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E48 E49

EL103

STAGE MANAGER'S PANEL

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EL104

LOCAL SOUND SYSTEM

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E50

EL105

RECEPTACLE FOR DIMMING CONTROL CONSOLE

E51 E64

DIMMER PACK

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EL124

SAFETY KEY ACTIVATED SWITCH FOR ELECTRICAL FOLDING PARTITIONS

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EL125 EL202

SPHEREDOME LOUDSPEAKER/CEILING MOUNTED -

EL078

INFRARED REMOTE EXTENDER

E65 E68 E75

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AUDIO / VIDEO INPUT PANEL

(PURCHASED CONTRACTOR PROVIDED

VIA ALLOWANCE)

9'-9"

1 1 1 1

AND INSTALLED ITEMS

1

E2 E22 E5

35'-0"

2

E39

24'-0"

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CEILING PROJECTOR

K

PROJECTION SCREEN

2 2

E39

AUD

EL199

EL201

16727

E2

LOWER LEVEL SEATING CAPACITY = 264

S

MUSIC EQPT/CONDUCTOR'S PLATFORM - N.S.

H

ME003

MUSIC EQPT/PIANO/GRAND - N.S.

ME030

MUSIC EQPT/PIANO TRUCK/GRAND - N.S.

J

ME010

BACKRAIL

22"x34" 4'10"x5'9"x3'3 4'8"x5'1"x3' -

K

CH128A

CHAIR/MUSIC POSTURE CHAIR (N.S.)

16"x16"x34"

D E

MA013 MA020

ITEM REF.

DESCRIPTION

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ME054

MUSIC EQPT/GRAND PIANO BENCH (N.S.)

M

FB001

N

GE041 GE045

FIRE BLANKET MAT, TUMBLING; 1.5" THICK FOAM - N.S. MAT, BOARD JUMP - N.S.

O

SIZE 20"x14"x30" 36"x144"x1"

E2 E68

E40 E22

PROJECTION SCREEN

E7 15

OWNER PROVIDED AND INSTALLED ITEMS ITEM NO.

E2 E8 E22

M

16

QTY

2 3

"

ALL COURT DIMENSIONS TO INSIDE OF GAME LINES.

4

PROVIDE CUTOUTS IN WALL PADDING AS REQUIRED FOR ANY ELECTRICAL DEVICES.

5 6 7 8 9 10 11

EGRESS REQUIREMENTS TO COMPLY WITH THE NYC BUILDING CODE BACKBOARD RIM HEIGHT 8-6" TYP. FIRE ALARM REQUIREMENT TO COMPLY WITH THE NYC BUILDING CODE. PROSCENIUM MINIMUM OPENING HEIGHT 12'-0". BACKSTAGE MINIMUM HEIGHT 16'-0" CLEAR OF ALL OBSTRUCTIONS. EXPOSED STEEL ABOVE STAGE MUST RUN FRONT TO REAR. DESIGNER MAY MODIFY PLATFORM LAYOUT TO SUIT PROJECT. SIGHT LINES MUST BE MAINTAINED

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QUANTITY OF FIRE EXTINGUISHERS TO BE PROVIDED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE SCA DESIGN STANDARD AND THE NYC BUILDING CODE. RETURN REGISTER SHALL BE PROVIDED AT FLOOR AND AT 1/2 HEIGHT OF GYM.

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VERIFY BACKSTOP WALL BRACE REQUIREMENTS WITH MANUFACTURER FOR MAX. DISTANCE ALLOWED

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MINIMUM HEIGHT BETWEEN FLOOR TO UNDERSIDE OF SLAB SHALL BE 18'-0".

GYM/AUDITORIUM - FLOOR PLAN 1/4" = 1'-0"

1 -

17'-6"

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E45

E41 14

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11'-10"

E5 E2 E50

CROSS OVER AISLE C

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ALL GAME LINES ARE 2" W UNLESS NOTED OTHERWISE. CONFIRM SIZE AND LOCATION OF LINES WITH SCA AND LOCAL RULE GOVERNING AGENCY. THE 3-POINT LINE IS THE SAME COLOR AS THE FREE THROW LANE LINE & SEMICIRCLE. THE COLOR OT THE LANE SPACE MARKS AND NEUTRAL ZONE MARKS SHALL CONTRAST WITH THE COLOR OF THE BOUNDING LINES. THE MIDCOURET MARKS SHALL BE THE SAME COLOR AS THE BOUNDING LINES.

E2 E22 E22

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1 1 20 3

NOTES TO DESIGNER (DELETE) 1

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STAGE LIGHTS

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MA012

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STAGE LIGHTS

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14'-4"

SIZE 48"x72" 48"x72" 48"x72" -

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MA011

QTY

DESCRIPTION FLAG, NYS, W/ SPEAR - N.S. FLAG, NYC, W/ SPEAR - N.S. FLAG, US, W/ EAGLE - N.S. FLAG STAND, CAST IRON FINISH - N.S. DICTIONARY/READING STAND - N.S. STANDING CHORAL RISER 3-STEP - N.S.

MA010

E34

G

ITEM REF.

A B

3'-0"

ITEM NO.

E4

K

OWNER PROVIDED AND INSTALLED ITEMS

M

CURTAINS -(NS) FLOOR MARKINGS

CLOCK WITH SPEACKER

W

TRACK FOR CURTAINS (NS)

P

48"X86" -

DANCE BARRE

E47

UPPER LEVEL SEATING CAPACITY= 50

SMP

FIRE EXTINGUISHER 10# ABC MIRROR (NS)

E3

2 1 3 3 1 1 VARIES VARIES VARIES VARIES 1

11'-10"

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BORDERS REAR CYCLORAMA CURTAIN

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09590

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Consultants: ARCHITECTURAL

GRAVES/MMA JOINT VENTURE 341 Nassau Street Princeton, NJ 08540 TEL: 609-924-6409 FAX: 609-924-1795

Consultants:

Preliminary Not For Construction

NOTE: Drawing may be printed at reduced scale

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--

No.

Date

--Revision

Key Plan: PS 290 QUEENS

METROPOLITAN AVENUE

EET TONSOR STR

NEW BUILDING PUBLIC SCHOOL NO. 290 Q

Block #3365

Lot #27

SELIM OZALP, AIA

SCA Design Manager: Project Architect/Engineer:

GRAVES-MMA JOINT VENTURE

Discipline Lead:

THOMAS ROWE

Designer:

TR MGA

Drawn by:

MGA

Checked by: Design No or LLW No.:

Facility Code:

Date:

LLW60354

Q290

06/29/2010

Project:

55-20 METROPOLITAN AVENUE QUEENS, NY 11385 Drawing Title:

GYMNASIUM/AUDITORIUM FLOOR PLANS SECOND AND THIRD FLOOR Drawing No.:

FF207 Sheets in Contract Set:

of XXX Sheets in DOB Set:

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K:\PROJECTS\21006 PS290Q\CAD\FF207.dwg

Address:

08/01/10 - 8:06pm

P.S. 290 QUEENS

I also helped shape the multipurpose space, accommodating performance and sport activities

23'-3"

within one space, while adhering to building codes and client needs and desires.

I helped design

and implement a retractable curtain system that stowed away seamlessly and easily so the room could transition quickly between programmatic functions.

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This luxury hotel proposal allowed me to work on many different components of design.

From

landscape design to plan details, this project allowed me to play a large part in assembling a set of proposal drawings that proved intriguing and 16

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These housing units, designed for veteran rehabilitation, allowed me to work in a residential capacity, while thinking about accessibility in a very powerful way.

The entire

project was assembled in

Revit and was an

exercise in providing users with maximum access without making that concept an obvious focus.

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This project proposed a very large master planned housing development outside of downtown Mumbai. My role in this project was to draw, render, and add landscaping to plans, while help manage the project proposal in office. I worked extensively on presentation drawings and pedestrian and vehicular circulation analysis.

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