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Architecture Portfolio 2017

Ian Rodgers

ian.m.rodgers@gmail.com 626.372.9060


CONTENTS 1 Erosion of Quartz 2 Structurally Insulated Panel 3 City of Plinths 4 Studio House 5 LACMA Annex Museum 6 UNESCO Building Case Study 7 Leading Edge Design Competition 8 Work Samples


Erosion of Quartz The objective of the project is for each student to understand spatial qualities of a mineral that are best represented by drawing and physical model through deconstructionism. It is then typical to have sharp edges with distinguishable surfaces. The interior is a solid mass with primitives coursing through the mineral. Quartz is typically colorless and transparent allowing internal representation. This distinction of transparency is in relation to the building envelope.

A.UD 143: Tech III - Digital Technology UCLA - Georgina Huljich Spring 2014


The primitives are the interior forms creating an aggressive nature to the piece that stands left to right in a downward movement. The primitives play on the form of solid and void as controlled chaos creating erosion.


Structurally Insulated Panel This group project is a case study of Buckminster Fuller’s Dymaxion bathroom. The patented bathroom was formed from one prefabricated piece made of metal, which inherently made the system more efficient. The drawing represents the chronological order from section cut, to pointillism, to structurally insulated panel. The section cut displays the physical structure whereas pointilism shows the thermal properties of a section. The increasing amount of points shows where heat is prevalent. Panels are created to follow point density. The group consists of: Malcolm Galang, Vivian Kuong, Roojiar Sadeghi, Zhi Pei, Yani Cui, Arditha Auriyane and myself. My role within the group is the development of the digital model and physical panels.

A.UD 142: Tech II UCLA - Gabriel Fries-Briggs Winter 2015


Pointilism section (top right) of the Dymaxion bathroom shows the density in heat transfer of pipes and the overhead lamp. The model section (bottom) is made of wood to understand the properties of wax when placed in different water temperatures. Hot water temperatures expanded the wax, creating wide cavities. Cooler water created thin wax cavities. We looked at cavities as a possible paneling system.


A diagrammatic analysis of the wax cavities shows the ramifications of temperature properties. Each wax cavity made a unique piece that was later copied into a clay molding. Silicon pouring into the clay gave us mass replication of the cavities to form the panels.


Panels were created with expanding foam. Removing silicon displayed the cavities and exactly where heat transferred in the Dymaxion bathroom. The wider the cavity, the hotter the area. Eleven panels are fixed against oriented strand board. The drawing to the right is a scan of all physical panels together, standing at eight feet tall and four feet wide.


City of Plinths The site of the project is East Los Angeles, along the Los Angeles River. Each student chose a site to building within a 1.5 mile grid. My approach to the urban design project is utilizing the plinth. The plinth is a squared block that usually becomes the antimonument of a building through function. Each plinth supports a variety of hat fittings, individualizing each building. The hat in relation to the plinth would be residential areas. The buildings are large, in that this is a district within a district, a city within a building. There are restaurants, offices, and residential areas in each plinth. Mixed-use development takes into account the daily life of people who would live and work in the same plinth. Communities would grow within each plinth.

A.UD 123: Studio III UCLA - Jimenez Lai Spring 2015


A key idea is the tabula rasa, to start fresh and place a grid of structure for the building system. The current infrastructure was due for an overhaul from 50 year old buildings. The project site takes 3,885,039 Sq. Ft. with two thirds of built landscape. Residential areas take 53% of the building. The median apartment size is 250 Sq. Ft., making 5,900 residences.


The direction of the plinths are coordinated by the major streets cutting through the project. There are high rise buildings to the South and a freeway to the North of the project. A major building constraint was another student project cutting through my project, taking up air rights 60 feet above my project. My large buildings would form a valley to compromise space. The peaks and valleys of urban fabric are compromises with neighboring cities.

Referencing Rem Koolhaas, each building is its own world. Each building is isolated through the grid, making 25 parallel worlds. The model (bottom right) is 40� x 46� at 1/600th scale, encompassing the entire project area.


Residential Offices Restaurants Each building has a hierarchy of mix use space. The most used areas will be on bottom, while least population use will be on top.


Studio House The project is a house for an architect that would utilize the same building with a robotic machine in studio space. My approach to the project was to do a ribbon sequence that shows the fluidity of circulation in the building around the robot room. The robot has a triple height space acting as a hinge in the buildings form, showcasing it with the stairs along with the gallery.

A.UD 122: Studio II UCLA - Katy Barkan Fall 2014


Ground Floor

Second Floor

Third Floor

The ribbon overlaps and intersects at the middle, which is the second floor making shared space. As the circulation wraps around the hinge that is facing the street, the exterior demonstrates a splitting separation from one form into two ends. The two pieces on the opposite side distinguish a hierarchy of the work space on the lower level, from the living space on the upper level. The use of hyperbolic parabolas shows the separation of pieces from while keeping fluidity of the hinge.


LACMA Annex Museum This is an extension project to LACMA museum in downtown Los Angeles. The building is tucked between two residential buildings on the East and West side. Iterations were made to explore space and void design. My approach to the project is the starburst. Sun can be captured and light up the building in multiple directions.

A.UD 121: Studio I UCLA - Andrew Kovacs Winter 2014

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2

3

4


Ground Floor

Second Floor

Third Floor

When light flows through the building, the wood glows a warm golden-brown. The use of wood is determined by active change in elevation and walkable paths. Gallery space is left white and blue to represent cool and calm. The balance of color adds active and calm disposition to the museum.

East Section Cut

South Section Cut

West Building

East Building


Renzo Piano UNESCO Building Case Study This case study project is a one-fourth scale section cut of Renzo Piano’s UNESCO building in Italy. The model is just over a foot tall, it is also made completely out of wood. The building has a complex brise soleil system to control the amount of light and heat generated into the building. The model is a group project between Rene Zarate, Brittany Segovia, and myself. My role in the project was to build the model with Rene.

Arch 23: Presentations MSAC - Hiro Kuroki Spring 2013


SOUTH ELEVATION

AIR FLOW

INTERIOR VIEWS

LIGHT DIAGRAM

ROOF-FLOOR ELEVATION

BEAM-POST ASSEMBLY

SUN DIAGRAM

SUMMER WINDS

WINTER WINDS

CIRCULATION

ROOM FUNCTION


Leading Edge Design Competition The Leading Edge Design Competition is a sponsorship by Southern California Edison to come up with a zero net carbon building. Each student was tasked to make 6 LEED certified townhomes with a restaurant. At least one townhome had to be accessible for the disabled. Designing from California codes became a fascinating task, to make the building more efficient and sustainability. The structure incorporates a sloped roof that was designed to give enough surface area for solar panels. The second roof structure is away from the sun for the use of a skylight. When building the structure, I was conscious about versatility and use of space, mainly for disability. With a storefront system outfitted with a brise soleil, the amount of sun that came into the building was focused towards the seasons. When the sun is high in summer months, little sun penetrates. The opposite operation occurs in winter months.

Arch 29: Design VI MSAC - Robert Perkins Spring 2013


The sustainability is determined by the control of temperature. The strategies that are in the building: water feature, faรงade, brise soleil, portable intake, and plant life all contribute to sustainability. The water feature contains a fish pond (with koi fish) that recycles the water through a garden that has a gravel bed that is full of plant life. This method of growing plant life and fish together in a re-circulating system is based on nature, called an aquaponics system. In the building, water is then evaporated into the air. The air will give cooling to the building and the surrounding area. Water is evaporated toward the town-houses, making the air cooler, and rising through the building. A window in the back of the house is then required to carry cool air throughout the house. This gives the building natural ventilation.


Second Floor

First Floor

Basement Floor


The use of the HEED program research displays how zero net carbon is accomplish. The use of regulatory building codes for this building would give out a total of 5,716 lbs. of carbon. Using the default setting for HEED with no savings came out with 4% drop in carbon from the code building, with 5,508 lbs. of carbon. With incorporating design features, there is 35% less carbon than code, with 3,718 lbs. With incorporating solar power to the building carbon drops -3,064 lbs. With incorporating solar hot water system, carbon drops -828 lbs. The project surpasses the zero net carbon with -174.10 lbs., accomplishing the objective.


Lusive Decor Work Sample BHCC - One of the first completed projects that gave a better understanding of production processes, from legal documents to finished product. (1) 1/2"-13 ALL THREAD AND NUT (BY OTHERS) SECURE TO PRIMARY STRUCTURE AS NECESSARY (BY OTHERS)

A B

WWW.LUSIVE.COM 3400 Medford Street Los Angeles, CA 90063 T: 323.227.9207 F: 323.227.9208 E: LD_DESIGN_DEPT@LUSIVEDECOR.COM

5'-0"Ø

SEE DETAIL A FOR SPECIFICATIONS CHAIN AS PER FIXTURE DWG. SEE DETAIL B FOR SPECIFICATIONS

4'-2"

(28) 4W E12 BASE, 120V (BY OTHERS)

Project Name:

Designer:

Item #:

CUSTOM CHANDELIER OPT 2

8"

Location:

(64) TOTAL CANDLES

INTERIOR

Area:

SEE DETAIL C FOR SPECIFICATIONS

2" 1'-10"

8"

TBD

Qty:

6'-0"Ø

C

PO#:

BHCC

8" 6'-0"

14'-0" OAH

1/2"Ø RIGID STEM: H.F. OIL RUB BRONZE, (4) STEMS PER RING

Project Acronym:

1/2"Ø RIGID STEM: H.F. OIL RUB BRONZE, (4) STEMS PER RING

Size:

Approx. Weight:

1

400 LBS

5'-0"Ø x 6'-0"BH x 14'-0"OAH

Lamping:

(64) 4W LED, 120V

Max Wattage Allow:

256 WATTS MAX

(36) 4W E12 BASE, 120V (BY OTHERS)

FRONT ELEVATION

H.F. OIL RUB BRONZE

8"

SCALE: 3/4" = 1'-0"

SUBMITTAL DATE

3-7-16

CANDLE DIAGRAM

REV. DATE

DRAFTER

I.R.

BY

PROJECT MANAGER

H.S.

REV. DATE

BY

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

NOTE / STAMP: MID CANOPY H.F. OIL RUB BRONZE

5'-0"Ø

6'-0"Ø

UPPER RING

SHOP DRAWING APPROVAL 1/2"Ø RIGID STEM: H.F. OIL RUB BRONZE, (4) STEMS PER RING

BOTTOM VIEW SCALE: 3/4" = 1'-0"

LOWER RING

Revised / Resubmit Per Changes: Review / Approved as Noted for Production: Review / Approved for Production: Date

8"

Signature

SHEET SIZE: 11 X 17

SHEET: 1 OF 2


CL

4" OCTAGONAL J-BOX (BY OTHERS)

WWW.LUSIVE.COM 3400 Medford Street Los Angeles, CA 90063 T: 323.227.9207 F: 323.227.9208 E: LD_DESIGN_DEPT@LUSIVEDECOR.COM

(1) 1/2"-13 ALL THREAD AND NUT (BY OTHERS) SECURE TO PRIMARY STRUCTURE AS NECESSARY (BY OTHERS)

Project Acronym: Project Name:

BACKING AS NECESSARY (BY OTHERS)

PO#:

BHCC

Designer:

Item #:

SLOPED FINISHED CEILING MATCHPLATE

CUSTOM CHANDELIER OPT 2

Location:

(4) FULLY WELDED STUDS

INTERIOR

Area:

CANOPY AS PER FIXTURE DWG.

TBD

DECORATIVE BUTTON Qty:

1/2" EYE BOLT CHAIN AS PER FIXTURE DWG.

finished product

QUICK LINK

Size:

400 LBS

5'-0"Ø x 6'-0"BH x 14'-0"OAH

Lamping:

DETAIL A

Approx. Weight:

1

(64) 4W LED, 120V

Max Wattage Allow:

256 WATTS MAX

SCALE: 6" = 1'-0"

SUBMITTAL DATE

3-7-16

REV. DATE

DRAFTER

I.R.

BY

PROJECT MANAGER

H.S.

REV. DATE

BY

TALLEST RESIN CANDLE

4"Ø SHORTEST RESIN CANDLE

NOTE / STAMP:

CHAIN AS PER FIXTURE DWG.

9"

(64) 4W E12 BASE, 120V (BY OTHERS)

5"Ø 4"Ø

1/2" EYE BOLT FIXING SCREW

5 1/2"

ACCESS COVER 1/2"Ø RIGID STEM: H.F. OIL RUB BRONZE, (4) STEMS PER RING

SHOP DRAWING APPROVAL Revised / Resubmit Per Changes:

WIRING THROUGH RIGID STEM

Review / Approved as Noted for Production:

DETAIL B SCALE: 6" = 1'-0"

CANOPY AS PER FIXTURE DWG.

2"

1/2"x1" 4 WAY CROSS

1/2" EYE BOLT

DETAIL C

Review / Approved for Production: Signature

Date

SCALE: 3" = 1'-0"

SHEET SIZE: 11 X 17

SHEET: 2 OF 2


Lusive Decor Work Sample SIMW - For both of these project, they required freeform design research for ADA standards and high craftsmanship from our welders and wood workers. These fixtures were designed for an ocean front hotel.

1'-1"

WWW.LUSIVE.COM 3400 Medford Street Los Angeles, CA 90063 T: 323.227.9207 F: 323.227.9208 E: LD_DESIGN_DEPT@LUSIVEDECOR.COM

CL

Project Acronym:

1'-4"

Project N

PO#:

SIMW

-

11 3/4"

SOCKET BRACKET WITH SET SCREW (1) 40W E26 BASE; 120V (BY OTHERS) ASYMMETRICAL SHADE FINISH: OFF WHITE LINEN SHADE FINISH

(1) 40W E26 BASE; 120V (BY OTHERS)

Designer:

Item #:

8 1/2"

ASYMMETRICAL SHADE FINISH: OFF WHITE LINEN SHADE FINISH

LBY-502-LT

Location:

5'-10"

Area:

ENTRY WALL, LOBBY

Qty:

Approx. Weight:

4

Size:

CUSTOM TWIG BODY FINISH: REAL CARVED STAINED WOOD

FLOOR LAMP

80LBS

70" OAH x 12" DIA

Lamping:

(1) 40w E26, 120v (BY OTHERS) Max Wattage Allow:

40 WATTS MAX

(3) LEGS IN TRIPOD FORMATION FINISH: REAL CARVED STAINED WOOD

SUBMITTAL DATE

06-24-16

REV. DATE

3/8"Ø TUBING

1'-0"

I.R.

BY

07-05-16

8' CLEAR CORD WITH ON-LINE FOOT SWITCH FULL DIMMER RANGE

1'-8"

DRAFTER

PROJECT MANAGER

P.A.

REV. DATE

BY

I.R.

NOTE / STAMP:

1'-0" WIRING GOING INTO WOOD BODY THROUGH METAL TUBE

FRONT ELEVATION

SIDE ELEVATION

SCALE: 1" = 1'-0"

SCALE: 1" = 1'-0"

SHADE DETAIL SCALE: 3" = 1'-0"

2'-0"

SHOP DRAWING APPROVAL

TOP VIEW

ASYMMETRICAL SHADE FINISH: OFF WHITE LINEN SHADE FINISH (1) 40W E26 BASE; 120V (BY OTHERS)

CUSTOM TWIG BODY FINISH: REAL CARVED STAINED WOOD

Revised / Resubmit Per Changes: Review / Approved as Noted for Production: Review / Approved for Production: Signature

Date

SCALE: 1" = 1'-0"

SHEET SIZE: 11 X 17

SHEET: 1 OF 1


WWW.LUSIVE.COM 3400 Medford Street Los Angeles, CA 90063 T: 323.227.9207 F: 323.227.9208 E: LD_DESIGN_DEPT@LUSIVEDECOR.COM Project Acronym: Project N

CL

PO#:

SIMW

-

4" OCTAGONAL J-BOX (BY OTHERS) PERFORATED HOLE SHAPES

4"

FINISH WALL LINE

Designer:

Item #:

LT-102

BACKPLATE FINISH: POWDER COATED WHITE ALUMINUM PERFORATED METAL SHADE FINISH: POWDER COATED WHITE ALUMINUM

2 3/4"

(1) 40W E12 G16.5 BASE; 120V (BY OTHERS) ACRYLIC CASING

PLAN

2"

LAMPING DETAIL AA

WEEP HOLE

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

3 1/2"

1" 1 3/4"

LOBBY

2 3/4"

2'-2 7/32" CL

MAIN LOBBY COLUMNS Area:

PERFORATED METAL SHADE FINISH: POWDER COATED WHITE ALUMINUM

SCALE: 3" = 1'-0"

Location:

CL

Qty:

Size:

Approx. Weight:

8

20LBS

24" OAH x 12" W x 4" PROJ.

Lamping:

(1) 40w E12, G16.5, 120v (BY OTHERS)

Max Wattage Allow:

40 WATTS MAX

SUBMITTAL DATE

06-24-16

REV. DATE

2'-0"

2'-0"

PERFORATED METAL SHADE FINISH: POWDER COATED WHITE ALUMINUM

4" OCTAGONAL J-BOX (BY OTHERS)

DRAFTER

I.R.

BY

06-29-16

I.R.

06-30-16

I.R.

PROJECT MANAGER

P.A.

REV. DATE

BY

NOTE / STAMP:

SOLID METAL FINISH: POWDER COATED WHITE ALUMINUM

8"

8"

(1) 40W E12 G16.5 BASE; 120V (BY OTHERS) BACKPLATE FINISH: POWDER COATED WHITE ALUMINUM

AA

5"

FINISH WALL LINE

4"

SHOP DRAWING APPROVAL

1'-0"

FRONT ELEVATION SCALE: 1 1/2" = 1'-0"

Revised / Resubmit Per Changes:

SIDE ELEVATION SCALE: 1 1/2" = 1'-0"

SHADE FLAT PATTERN SCALE: 1 1/2" = 1'-0"

*WET LISTED

Review / Approved as Noted for Production: Review / Approved for Production: Signature

SHEET SIZE: 11 X 17

Date

SHEET: 1 OF 1


Paul Murdoch Architects Work Sample This work was a competition for the renovation of the World War I memorial in Washington D.C. Working directly under the principal architect, the design allowed free-form of the landscape. Rather than a memorial in a park, the entire block is reformed into a gently sloped and undulating terrain of craters and mounds.


1.4

7 3/8" 1'-3" 8 1/2" 3'-10 1/2" 1"

1'-6" TYP. (3)

F.D.

6'-5"

3'-6 3/4"

4"

3'-1/2" CLR.

1/2"

14

3'-4"

11" 6"

3'-2 3/4"

HC 7

F.D.

10B TYP.

HC

6

12 4'-0"

2 TYP.

6 1/2"

1'-6"

10B

17

2'-2 3/8"

TYP.

CL

9" CL

G.L.

2'-3/4"

5'-0"

B

11 TYP. (3)

2'-2 3/8"

D

4 A423

8'-0"

F.D.

5'-5/8"

4 1/2" A

C 3'-3"

13'-5 3/4"

2

2'-0"

CL

SR

C OPP.

HC

5'-0"

13

2 A423

1/2"

3'-3"

13'-1 1/4"

A OPP. D 4'-5"

F.D.

SS

WR

7

1'-8 1/4" HC

6"

3'-0"

5

GB2 GB1

1'-6"

6" TYP. 16

3'-0"

5

1'-6"

2'-3 7/8"

4'-0"

6'-9 7/8"

3'-5/8"

1'-6"

WOMEN'S

6"

PT

HC

5'-1/8"

1'-3"

MEN'S

1'-6" 9

6"

3'-3 1/8"

13 1'-8"

1'-3"

1'-8"

6'-3 3/4"

1'-3"

CL

2'-10"

2'-2 3/8"

32'-11 1/4"

3'-0"

17

2'-2 3/8"

F.D.

2'-3/4"

5'-5/8"

MEN'S LOCKER M112 438 ASF

5'-0"

C.8

2'-2 3/8"

3'-0"

17

F.D.

2'-3/4"

5'-5/8"

6

1 10 1/4"

10'-3 3/4" 7 3/4"

14'-5 1/4"

2'-1/2"

7"

1'-9 1/4"

17

1'-2 1/4"

17

2'-11 1/2"

2'-2 3/8"

3'-0"

FIRST FLOOR RESTROOM ENLARGED PLAN

ALL WALL FIN. TO BE SOLID SURFACE U.N.O. RE REFER TO FIXTURE AND ACCESSORY SYMBOL L ACCESSORY MOUNTING HEIGHTS REFER TO ACCESSORY LEGEND AND SPEC. SEC ACCESSORIES EQUIPMENT MODEL NUMBERS R REFER TO MECH. ELEC. + PLMB. DWGS FOR ACC LOC. W/ ARCH. PRIOR TO INSTALLATION. FLOOR SLOPE TO DRAIN AT 2% MAX. REFER TO REFER TO SPEC. SECTION 10 2113 FOR TOILET C PROVIDE MOISTURE RESISTANT GYP BD AT ALL ROOMS. REFER TO SPEC. SECTION 09 2900 ALL DIMENSIONS ARE FROM FACE OF WALL FINI SEE A708 FOR EPOXY FLOOR DET. ACOAT HOOKS TO BE PROVIDED AS SHOWN ON SHOWERS (2 TOTAL). ALL TOILET COMPARTMEN COMBINATION COAT HOOK / DOOR STOP. SEE A705 FOR BACKING DETAIL PROVIDE SOLID BATHROOM ACCESSORIES, GRAB BARS, FIXTUR SHOWER SEATS, ETC.

LOCKER

7

4'-2 1/4"

7 1/4"

For the interior elevations, lockers and restrooms descibe understanding of ADA codes for the facility.

8. 9. 10.

6

CL

2'-7"

1'-3"

6"

7

7 SD

TYP.

4'-8 1/8"

ENTRY LOBBY M100LO 246 NASF

MEN'S RESTROOM M112R 219 ASF

B

CL

5. 6. 7.

TM

16

1'-6"

D112

2'-0" EQ.

DF-2

1

C TM

4 3/8"

CL EQ.

1 A431

TS

TP

4"

4"

CL

5'-1/2"

5'-7 3/4"

For the enlarged plan, the lockers were designed and fitted to maximize space.

DF-1

C

11.

A 3 A423

D

CL

1'-8"

WR

D107 16

TP

2'-10" CLR. MIN

13

SD

7

D109

3'-7"

TM

TM

7

4'-4"

5 5/8"

SD

5 SR

JANITOR ROOM M107 27 NASF F.D. 6'-11 3/4"

5 1/4"

2'-7 3/8"

3'-5/8"

2

4.

6

1'-6"

1'-5"

4'-8"

PT

15" -16"

WOMEN'S LOCKER M109R 173 ASF

4

GB3

6

1

B

C

3

GB3 4'-8"

2'-10" CLR. MIN

3.

11'-8"

5'-2 3/8"

5'-5/8"

1 A423

D

7

12

3

4

F.D.

1. 2.

3'-1"

7

3'-8 5/8"

A

F.D.

HC

SS

3'-0" CLR.

14

2'-11"

1'-8"

1'-6"

6

9 1/4" 6'-3/4"

6'-10"

7'-3 5/8"

15" -16"

2 1/2" MAX.

1/2"

7

GB2 GB1

GENERAL NOTES

8"

CL 1'-6"

2 1/2" MAX.

6" 1'-6"

1'-6" 1/2"

6"

C 1'-6" L

3'-0"

2'-10 5/8"

F.D.

1'-3"

EQ.

7 3/8"

C

3'-2"

7'-0"

3'-1"

C

2'-4" 2'-4"

6" 6"

8'-3 1/8"

EQ.

4'-0"

1'-8 1/8"

SN

6"

10"

3'-11"

CL 1'-6"

D

8'-4 5/8" TP

5'-0"

1

10"

1'-6" MIN.

1'-11"

1'-8 1/8"

2'-0"

2 A423

B

For the UCLA Maintenance Facility, help was needed with the drafter Eric Cunningham. Working with ADA standards, drawings were made in ArchiCAD then transfered into AutoCAD for being a public works project. This gave a better understanding of work flow while also being the first experience of putting together working bid documents.

15'-9 3/4"

A

TS

OPP.

5'-2 3/8"

Paul Murdoch Architects Work Sample 6'-4 1/8"

4'-11 3/4" 7'-1"

2

D

B OPP.

TOTAL

ACCESSIBL

92

5

5

1


C

SCALE: 1/4" = 1'-0"

A

5

6" MAX. FOLDED SEAT PROJECTION

2

3

1 TYP.

GB3

1'-6" 1'-10" 3'-0" 3'-3"

9"

6" MIN.

B

7 TYP.

KEYNOTE LEGEND

4'-6" MIN. 24" MIN.

19" MIN.

2'-10" 3'-3" 3'-8"

7'-0"

C

1'-6"

9"

3'-0"

3'-8" MAX.

11" MIN.

D

1'-6"

1'-6"

9" 2

3'-6" 1'-6" 2'-0"

SN

TP

TS

WR

SD PT

GB3

TM

GB1

3'-0"

B

SHOWER COMPARTMENT INTERIOR ELEVATION

6"

1'-6"

1'-0" 4'-0" MAX.

4'-0"

A

8

WOMEN'S RESTROOM INTERIOR ELEVATIONS

2

1

SCALE: 1/4" = 1'-0"

1

FLOOR / WALL MOUNTED TOILET PARTITION

2

ACCESSIBLE WALL MTD. BENCH: 18" H. X 48" W. X 20" D.

3

AUTOMATIC FLUSHOMETER. REFER TO PLUMB FIXT SCHEDULE

4

COAT HOOKS

5

CONC. CURB MOUNTED LOCKER

6

WALL MOUNTED URINAL SCREEN 18"X48"

7

TOP OF QUARTZ COVE BASE

8

TOP HUNG SLIDING GLASS SHOWER DOOR

9

PTD. SHEET METAL CAP AT LOCKERS

PAU L M U R D O C H ARCHITECTS

8820 Wilshire Blvd. Suite 330 Beverly Hills, California 90211 310 358-0993 F.310 358-9196

3

D

3'-3" 3'-0" 1'-6"

C

6

9"

19" MIN.

2'-3" MIN. 2'-10" MAX.

4'-6" MIN. 24" MIN.

9"

1'-0"

3'-0"

1'-5" MAX.

11" MIN.

TS

GB3

8" MIN.

3'-8" MAX. 1'-6"

9"

3'-8" 3'-3" 2'-10"

3'-6" 2'-0" 1'-6"

TP

TP

GB3

PT

SD

PT

ACCESSORY LEGEND

SD

6" MIN.

B

6

A

3

MEN'S RESTROOM INTERIOR ELEVATIONS

3

PT

SEMI-RECESSED MTD. PAPER TOWEL DISPENSER O.F.O.I.

SD

SURFACE-MOUNTED SOAP DISP. O.F.O.I.

TP

SURFACE-MOUNTED JUMBO-ROLL TOILET TISSUE DISP. O.F.O.I.

TM

MIRROR WITH STAINLESS STEEL FRAME (MODEL # B-293)

WR

RECESSED PAPER TOWEL DISPENSER + WASTE RECEPTICAL (MODEL # ASI-0469 + TORK 3096020 + PATER TOWEL DISP. O.F.O.I.)

TS

RECESSED TOILET SEAT COVER AND TISSUE DISP. (MODEL # B-3013)

SN

RECESSED SANITARY NAPKIN DISPOSAL (MODEL # B-353)

GB1

TOILET COMPARTMENT GRAB BAR: 1'-6" L. (MODEL # B-6806.99-18)

GB2

TOILET COMPARTMENT GRAB BAR: 4'-0" L. (MODEL # B-6806.99-48)

GB3

TOILET COMPARTMENT GRAB BAR: 3'-0" L. x 4'-8" L. (MODEL # B-68137.99)

SS

FOLDING SHOWER SEAT (MODEL # B-5191)

SR

SHOWER ROD + CURTAIN + HOOKS (MODEL # B-6107 + B-204-2 + 204-1)

1'-6"

SCALE: 1/4" = 1'-0"

2

9

B

5

A

8

MEN'S RESTROOM INTERIOR ELEVATIONS

4

SCALE: 1/4" = 1'-0"

NOTE: THIS DETAIL IS TO SHOW MAXIMUM ALLOWABLE HEIGHTS FOR ALL OPERABLE CONTROLS OF THE ACCESSORIES TO BE INSTALLED.

FIXTURE AND ACCESSORY SYMBOL LEGEND AND MOUNTING HEIGHTS

GENERAL NOTES

SHOWER CONTROLS

1. 2. 3.

4'-0" MAX.

TOP OF SINK 2'-10"

SINK / LAVATORY

BOT. OPNG. 1'-5" MAX.

URINAL

TOILET

TOP OF SEAT BOT. TOILET PAPER DISP.

SS

TP

SN

1'-10"

TS

WR

PT

TM

TOP ACCESSIBLE OPNG. SURFACE OR DEVICE 3'-3"

27" MIN.

F. FLOOR

BOT. VIEWING SURFACE

NO.

3'-3"

C

HIGHEST CONTROL

5

3'-8"

9

SD

D

TOP OF GRAB BAR

5

3'-0"

9

GB1 GB2 GB1

D

1'-6"

3'-6" 5'-6" 4

6"

2'-10" MAX. 2'-3" MIN.

1'-0"

6" MAX. FOLDED SEAT PROJECTION

1'-6"

1'-0"

GB2

GB1

9"

4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

11.

ALL WALL FIN. TO BE SOLID SURFACE U.N.O. REFER TO A708 FOR TYP. DET. REFER TO FIXTURE AND ACCESSORY SYMBOL LEGEND FOR RESTROOM ACCESSORY MOUNTING HEIGHTS REFER TO ACCESSORY LEGEND AND SPEC. SECTION 10 2813 FOR TOILET ACCESSORIES EQUIPMENT MODEL NUMBERS REFER TO BOBRICK U.N.O. REFER TO MECH. ELEC. + PLMB. DWGS FOR ACCESS PNL REQ. - COORD. LOC. W/ ARCH. PRIOR TO INSTALLATION. FLOOR SLOPE TO DRAIN AT 2% MAX. REFER TO SPEC. SECTION 10 2113 FOR TOILET COMPARTMENTS. PROVIDE MOISTURE RESISTANT GYP BD AT ALL RESTROOMS + LOCKER ROOMS. REFER TO SPEC. SECTION 09 2900 ALL DIMENSIONS ARE FROM FACE OF WALL FINISH U.N.O. SEE A708 FOR EPOXY FLOOR DET. ACOAT HOOKS TO BE PROVIDED AS SHOWN ON ELEV. & / OR ADJ. TO SHOWERS (2 TOTAL). ALL TOILET COMPARTMENT DOORS TO INCLUDE COMBINATION COAT HOOK / DOOR STOP. SEE A705 FOR BACKING DETAIL PROVIDE SOLID BACKING FOR ALL BATHROOM ACCESSORIES, GRAB BARS, FIXTURES, PARTITIONS, HOOKS, SHOWER SEATS, ETC.

DATE

REVISION

100% CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS ISSUED FOR BID PMA PROJECT NO.

14003 DRAWING TITLE

ENLARGED INTERIOR ELEVATIONS: RESTROOM

SCALE

1/4" = 1'-0" DATE

09/05/2015 DRAWN

CHECKED

SHEET NO.

A423


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